Rhode Island Standards
RI.HP. Historical Perspectives/Rhode Island History
HP 1. History is an account of human activities that is interpretive in nature.
HP 1 (7-8)-1. Students act as historians, using a variety of tools (e.g., artifacts and primary and secondary sources) by…
HP 1 (7-8)-1.c. Asking and answering historical questions, evaluating sources of information, organizing the information, and evaluating information in terms of relevance and comprehensiveness.
HP 1 (7-8)-2. Students interpret history as a series of connected events with multiple cause-effect relationships, by…
HP 1 (7-8)-2.a. Investigating and analyzing historical and visual data in order to draw connections between a series of events.
HP 2. History is a chronicle of human activities, diverse people, and the societies they form.
HP 2 (7-8)-2. Students chronicle events and conditions by…
HP 2 (7-8)-2.a. Identifying key events and people of a particular historical era or time period (e.g., centuries, BCE, “The Sixties”).
HP 2 (7-8)-2.b. Correlating key events to develop an understanding of the historical perspective of the time period in which they occurred (e.g., Jacksonian Democracy and Dorr’s Rebellion, water power and steam power, WWII and women at work).
HP 3. The study of history helps us understand the present and shape the future.
HP 3 (7-8)-2. Students make personal connections in an historical context (e.g., source-to-source, source-to-self, source-to-world) by…
HP 3 (7-8)-2.c. Comparing and contrasting the cultural influences that shape individuals and historical events (e.g., Conversion of Quakers from slave holders to abolitionists, emergence of mill villages, Gordon Trial).