Social Studies Worksheets and Study Guides Seventh Grade. The American Revolution

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Missouri Learning Standards

MO.6-8.AH. American History
6-8.AH.1. Tools of Social Science Inquiry
6-8.AH.1.CC. History: Continuity and Change
6-8.AH.1.CC.B. Explain connections between historical context and peoples’ perspectives at the time in American history.
6-8.AH.3. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.AH.3.CC. History: Continuity and Change
6-8.AH.3.CC.A. Trace the events leading to escalating conflict between Great Britain and the colonies, from multiple viewpoints.
6-8.AH.3.CC.B. Analyze the Declaration of Independence to determine the historical context and political philosophies that influenced its creation.
6-8.AH.3.CC.C. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the American colonies and Great Britain to explain the American victory in the Revolution.
6-8.AH.4. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.AH.4.CC. History: Continuity and Change
6-8.AH.4.CC.A. Analyze the expansion of the United States in the early nineteenth century to trace U.S. growth and form hypotheses about future conflicts.
6-8.AH.3. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.AH.3.GS. Governmental Systems and Principles
6-8.AH.3.GS.C. Apply the principles of inalienable rights, popular sovereignty, natural rights, and social contract to evaluate the purpose and legacy of the Declaration of Independence.
6-8.AH.3. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.AH.3.CC. Economic Concepts
6-8.AH.3.EC.A. Describe the function and purpose of taxes imposed by Great Britain following the Seven Years War, evaluating colonial responses to them.
6-8.AH.3. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.AH.3.PC. People, Groups, and Cultures
6-8.AH.3.PC.A. Analyze the perspectives of diverse individuals and groups to explain the extent of their support for the Revolutionary War.
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