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Nevada Standards for Eighth Grade Social Studies

NV.C13.0. Citizenship and the Law - Students know why society needs rules, laws, and government and understand the roles, rights, and responsibilities of citizens. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

Responsibilities

C13.[6-8].7. Define and explain popular sovereignty and the need for citizen involvement at all levels of U.S. government.

Rights

C13.[6-8].5. Explain the influence of ancient civilizations of the roles, rights, and responsibilities of citizens.

Rules & Law

C13.[6-8].3. Describe the significance of the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution as foundations of U.S. democracy.
C13.[6-8].4. Describe how the Nevada and U.S. Constitution serve as devices for preserving state and national principles and as vehicles for change, including the amendment process.

NV.C14.0. The Federal System: U.S., State, and Local Governments - Students understand the U.S. Constitution and the government it creates, including the relationship between national and sub-national governments, as well as the structure and function of state and local governments. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

Federalism

C14.[6-8].2. Give examples of governmental powers, i.e., the power to tax, declare war, and issue drivers’ licenses, that are distributed between the national and state governments.
C14.[6-8].3. Explain how the supremacy clause of the U.S. Constitution defines the relationship between national and state governments.

Governmental Structures

C14.[6-8].5. Explain the functions of the three branches of government (executive, legislative, and judicial) as found in the U.S. and Nevada Constitutions.
C14.[6-8].6. Explain the system of checks and balances and the principle of limited powers in the design of the U.S. Constitution.

NV.C15.0. The Political Process - Students describe the roles of political parties, elections, interest groups, media, and public opinion in the democratic process. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

Elections & Leadership

C15.[6-8].2. Provide examples of how political parties have changed.

NV.C16.0. Global Relations - Students explain the different political systems in the world and how those systems relate to the United States and its citizens. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

Global Relations

C16.[6-8].2. Define the world’s major political systems:
C16.[6-8].2.e. Communism
C16.[6-8].3. Identify nations that play a significant role in U.S. foreign policy.
C16.[6-8].4. Define foreign policy and describe ways nations interact diplomatically, i.e., treaties, trade, humanitarian aid, and military intervention.
C16.[6-8].5. List and describe international organizations, i.e., the United Nations, World Bank, Amnesty International, and the International Red Cross.

NV.CC.RH.6-8. Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Craft and Structure

RH.6-8.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including vocabulary specific to domains related to history/social studies.
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RH.6-8.5. Describe how a text presents information (e.g., sequentially, comparatively, causally).
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Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

RH.6-8.10. By the end of grade 8, read and comprehend history/social studies texts in the grades 6-8 text complexity band independently and proficiently.
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NV.E10.0. The U.S. Economy As A Whole - Students will identify indicators used to measure economic performance, understand key aspects of how the economy acts as a system, and understand the roles of money, interest rates, savers, and borrowers, financial institutions, and the central bank in our economy. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

Economic Growth

E10.[6-8].7. Explain how the current utilization of a productive resource affects the availability of that resource in the future.

Financial Institutions

E10.[6-8].5. Compare the rewards and risks of saving money in financial institutions.

Financial Institutions, Credit, & Interest Rates

E10.[6-8].14. Explain the purposes and functions of financial institutions by comparing and contrasting the services, and evaluate the risks and rewards to borrowers and savers.

Interest, Saving Borrowing

E10.[6-8].4. Identify the pros and cons of paying with cash versus using credit.

NV.E11.0. The Dynamic Economy - Students will identify the causes of economic change; explain how the U.S. economic system responds to those changes; and explain how other economic systems respond to change. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

Comparative Systems

E11.[6-8].8. Define stereotypical economic systems by contrasting:
E11.[6-8].8.b. Command economy and market economy

Entrepreneurship

E11.[6-8].3. Determine the advantages and disadvantages of being an entrepreneur.

Organizations

E11.[6-8].1. Describe for-profit and not-for-profit organizations and explain why not-for-profit organizations are tax exempt.

Rise of Democratic Capitalism

E11.[6-8].7. Discuss the rise of the merchant class, the development of mercantilism and the move toward industrialization.

Specialization & Interdependence

E11.[6-8].4. Give examples of how specialization is facilitated by trade.

NV.E12.0. The International Economy - Students will explore trends in international trade, the impact of trade on the U.S. economy, and the role of exchange rates. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

Globalization

E12.[6-8].3. Describe the rise of international economies, the emergence of capitalism and free markets around the world.

International Interdependence

E12.[6-8].1. Describe how the exchange of goods and services around the world creates interdependence among people in different countries and effects standards of living.

NV.E9.0. The Market Economy - Students will understand how scarcity and incentives affect choices, how markets work, why markets form, how supply and demand interact to determine the market price, and how changes in prices act as economic signals to coordinate trade. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

Consumers

E9.[6-8].2. Identify factors that affect purchasing decisions such as:
E9.[6-8].2.c. Availability of substitutes
E9.[6-8].2.d. Self interest

Incentives, Choice and Cost

E9.[6-8].1. Discuss choices made by individuals including the concepts of opportunity cost and total benefit.

Markets & Prices

E9.[6-8].5. Demonstrate and explain an understanding of supply and demand in a market, i.e., law of supply and law of demand.

NV.G5.0. The World in Spatial Terms: Students use maps, globes, and other geographic tools and technologies to locate and extrapolate information about people, places, and environments. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

Map Construction

G5.[6-8].4. Construct mental maps from memory, i.e., sketch a map.
G5.[6-8].5. Create and compare maps of human and physical features around the world for purpose, accuracy, content, form, and design.
G5.[6-8].6. Provide oral directions in order to move from one location to another.

Map Elements & Concepts

G5.[6-8].1. Use map elements, including scale, to identify and locate physical and human features in the United States and the world.

Map Selection & Analysis

G5.[6-8].2. Compare characteristics and purposes of several types of maps, map projections, and other geographic representations.
G5.[6-8].3. Make and defend a spatial decision using basic geographic vocabulary, tools, and concepts.

Map Use & Geographic Tools

G5.[6-8].7. Compare Earth’s physical and human features using maps, fieldwork, graphic representations, aerial photographs, satellite images, and technological resources.

NV.G6.0. Places & Regions - Students understand the physical and human features of places and use this information to define and study regions and their patterns of change. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

Application of Concepts & Characteristics of Places & Regions

G6.[6-8].3. Illustrate the relationship between the physical and cultural characteristics of a region.
G6.[6-8].5. Define physical geographic terms, i.e., archipelago, gulf, basin, tundra.

Location

G6.[6-8].9. Use absolute and relative location (including latitude and longitude) to locate prominent countries, cities, and physical features in different regions of the world.

Patterns of Change & Impact of Technology

G6.[6-8].8. Compare the uses of technology across world cultures.

NV.G7.0. Human Systems - Students understand how economic, political, and cultural processes interact to shape patterns of human migration and settlement, influence and interdependence, and conflict and cooperation. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

Analysis of Economic Issues

G7.[6-8].5. Identify a regional or international economic issue and explain it from a spatial perspective.
G7.[6-8].6. Explain how the physical and human geography of regions influences their allocation of resources.

Human Organizations

G7.[6-8].7. Compare cultural, political, and economic organizations in the United States.

Migration & Settlement

G7.[6-8].3. Identify the conditions necessary for the development of civilizations and the cultural, political, and economic characteristics resulting from the growth of civilizations.

NV.G8.0. Environment and Society - Students understand effects of interactions between human and physical systems and the changes in use, distribution, and importance of resources. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

Management of Earth’s Resources

G8.[6-8].6. Define renewable, nonrenewable, and human resources.
G8.[6-8].7. Categorize and locate examples of renewable, nonrenewable, and human resources.
G8.[6-8].8. Evaluate different viewpoints regarding a resource.

Technology & Modifications of the Physical Environment

G8.[6-8].2. Evaluate the role of technology in the human modification of the physical environment.
G8.[6-8].3. Describe the changes that result from human modification of the physical environment.

NV.H1.0. People, Cultures, and Civilizations - Students understand the development, characteristics, and interaction of people, cultures, societies, religion, and ideas. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

United States & Nevada: Antebellum America

H1.[6-8].5. Identify American industrialists and discuss their contributions to the social, economic, and political way of life.

United States & Nevada: Colonial America

H1.[6-8].4. Compare lifestyles in the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies as determined by race, class, and gender.

United States & Nevada: Transatlantic Encounters

H1.[6-8].2. Investigate ways in which Native Americans and immigrants helped create North American culture.
H1.[6-8].3. Describe the interactions among Native Americans, Europeans, and Africans.

United States & Nevada: Westward Expansion

H1.[6-8].10. Describe the role of farming, railroads, and mining in the settlement of the West.
H1.[6-8].7. Explore the lure of the West and the reality of life on the frontier as it relates to communication, farming and water issues, mining, and ranching.
H1.[6-8].9. Discuss the characteristics of American culture.

United States & Nevada: World War I & World War II

H1.[6-8].11. Explain the effects of WWI and WWII on social and cultural life in Nevada and the United States.

World: Early Civilizations

H1.[6-8].16. Identify the characteristics of a civilization.
H1.[6-8].18. Describe the achievements of ancient and classical civilizations.
H1.[6-8].19. Locate ancient, classical, and regional civilizations and describe their contributions of social structure, religion, and political systems.
H1.[6-8].20. Describe the origin, traditions, customs, and spread of the five major world religions (Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism).
H1.[6-8].21. Describe the cultural achievements of societies in the Middle East, Far East, the Americas, Africa, South Asia, and Europe.

World: Middle Ages

H1.[6-8].22. Identify contributions of individuals around the world during the Middle Ages.
H1.[6-8].23. Explain the impact of the Crusades, trade, and the Plague on society during the Middle Ages.

World: Pre-Civilization

H1.[6-8].14. Identify the characteristics of pre-Columbian civilizations in South America that became part of American culture.
H1.[6-8].15. Evaluate factors that contributed to the fall of pre-Columbian civilizations.

NV.H2.0. Nation Building and Development - Students understand the people, events, ideas, and conflicts that lead to the evolution of nations, empires, distinctive cultures, and political and economic ideas. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

United States & Nevada: Civil War and Reconstruction

H2.[6-8].18. Describe the institutionalization of slavery in America, the resistance of the enslaved, and the ongoing struggle between proponents and opponents of slavery.
H2.[6-8].19. Identify and describe the causes, key people, and events of the Civil War.
H2.[6-8].20. Identify and discuss the immediate outcomes and long term effects of the Civil War.
H2.[6-8].21. Summarize the successes and failures of Reconstruction.

United States & Nevada: Constitutional America

H2.[6-8].10. Explain how the failures of the Articles of Confederation led to the creation of the Constitution.
H2.[6-8].11. Explain the issues involved in the creation and ratification of the U.S. Constitution and the new government it established.
H2.[6-8].12. Identify the individual and states rights protected by the Bill of Rights and their continuing significance.
H2.[6-8].9. Describe the events, course, and results of the American Revolution, including the contributions of women, African Americans, and Native Americans.

United States & Nevada: Nationalism

H2.[6-8].13. Evaluate the influence of individuals in the building of a national identity, i.e., Pontiac, George Washington, and Abigail Adams.
H2.[6-8].14. Describe contributing factors in the development of a national identity following the War of 1812.
H2.[6-8].15. Describe the colonization, immigration, and settlement patterns of the American people, i.e., the role of economic incentives, the effects of physical/political geography, and transportation systems.

United States & Nevada: The Gilded Age & the Progressive Era

H2.[6-8].22. Describe the effects of industrialization and new technologies on the development of the United States.

United States & Nevada: The Great Depression

H2.[6-8].23. Explain the causes of the Great Depression and the impact the Great Depression had on society and its effect on U.S. political policy.

United States & Nevada: Westward Expansion

H2.[6-8].16. Define the concept of Manifest Destiny and explain the events that led to the expansion of the United States.

World: Early Civilizations

H2.[6-8].24. Identify the characteristics that led to the emergence and decline of empires around the world.
H2.[6-8].25. Identify the characteristics of various political systems of ancient civilizations.

World: Exploration & Trade

H2.[6-8].30. Explore how a desire for foreign goods led to an increase of economic and cultural diversity.

World: Middle Ages

H2.[6-8].26. Explain how feudal relationships provided a foundation for political order in Europe and Japan.
H2.[6-8].27. Determine the causes and consequences of political revolutions.

NV.H3.0. Social Responsibility & Change - Students understand how social ideas and individual action lead to social, political, economic, and technological change. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

United States & Nevada: 1920’s

H3.[6-8].12. Explain the major social, technological, and cultural developments of the 1920’s.

United States & Nevada: American Revolutionary Era

H3.[6-8].1. Describe the similarities and differences of European colonial communities in North America in terms of politics, religion, language, economics, and social customs.
H3.[6-8].2. Explain the political and economic causes and effects of the American Revolution.
H3.[6-8].3. Describe key political ideas that influenced the American Revolution and the formation of the United States.
H3.[6-8].4. Explain the major ideas expressed in the Declaration of Independence.

United States & Nevada: Antebellum America

H3.[6-8].5. Describe the social reform and religious movements of antebellum America.
H3.[6-8].6. Define abolition and identify key people and events of the movement.
H3.[6-8].8. Explore the causes, events, major inventions, and technologies of the Industrial Revolution and explain their impact on the way of life in Nevada and the United States.

United States & Nevada: Reconstruction

H3.[6-8].10. Identify the Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws and explain how they reflected attitudes about race.
H3.[6-8].9. Identify the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments to the Constitution and explain their impact on the expansion of human rights.

United States & Nevada: The Gilded Age & Progressive Era

H3.[6-8].11. Discuss the rise of the Populist and Progressive Movements and explain how they reflected social change.

World: Early Civilizations

H3.[6-8].13. Explain how democratic principles introduced by the Greeks and Romans developed the concept of social responsibility.
H3.[6-8].14. Analyze the social impact of technology, i.e., ships, iron, water delivery systems, wheel, and the printing press.
H3.[6-8].15. Explain the spread of the five major world religions and their impact on society.
H3.[6-8].17. Compare the economic and social importance of slavery with other forms of coerced labor from ancient times to the present.

World: Middle Ages

H3.[6-8].18. Explain how civilizations create order through social groupings, i.e., caste system, class system, feudalism.

NV.H4.0. International Relationships & Power - Students understand the interaction and interdependence of nations around the world. Students understand the impact of economics, politics, religion, and culture on international relationships. At a minimum, students will maintain previous content and attain the following:

United States & Nevada: American Revolutionary Era

H4.[6-8].4. Describe the contributions of foreign individuals and nations to the outcome of the American Revolution.

United States & Nevada: Colonial America

H4.[6-8].1. Describe major local, national, and world issues; and explain their impact on international relations.
H4.[6-8].2. Describe the causes and effects of the French and Indian War on U.S. political policy and the expansion of U.S. territory.

United States & Nevada: World War I & World War II

H4.[6-8].5. Examine U.S. involvement in World War I.
H4.[6-8].6. Explain the political and economic effects of World War I on the United States.
H4.[6-8].7. Identify the causes of World War II and the reasons for U.S. entry into the war.
H4.[6-8].8. Discuss the effects of World War II on American economic and political policies.

World: Middle Ages

H4.[6-8].10. Examine how the Crusades led to a diffusion of ideas throughout Europe and Asia.

NV.S1.0. Social Studies Skills - As students become increasingly sophisticated and informed thinkers, they are provided opportunities to develop and apply skills that enhance critical thinking processes by developing and applying 21st Century Skills.

Civic Participation

S1.[6-8].25. Identify issues and events that have an impact on people at local, state, national, and global levels.

Content Literacy

S1.[6-8].1. Read texts by using reading strategies (i.e., prior knowledge, key vocabulary words, context clues, main ideas, supporting details, and text features: pictures, maps, text boxes).
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S1.[6-8].2. Read to identify cause and effect relationships, compare and contrast information, fact v. opinion, and author bias.
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S1.[6-8].3. Apply reading and writing strategies to construct and express knowledge.
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S1.[6-8].4. Use reading and writing to respond to historical literature.
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S1.[6-8].6. Formulate essential questions on a given topic.

Historical Analysis & Interpretation

S1.[6-8].16. Develop a clear sense of historical time, past, present, and future in order to identify the sequence in which events occurred.
S1.[6-8].20. Formulate historical questions.

Information, Media & Technology Literacy

S1.[6-8].11. Explain content through the use of maps, graphs, charts, and diagrams.

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