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2020-2021 Pacing

Social Studies Curriculum Map

 

GEOGRAPHY: Weeks 1-4

 

Vocabulary/Key Concepts

Standards

We are learning..

Latitude

Longitude

Map scale

Colony

Population maps

Political maps

Physical maps

Historical maps

Meridians

Parallels

Compass

Map key

Compass rose

Cardinal directions

Intermediate directions

Relative location

Absolute location

Equator

Migration

Urban

Rural

Physical Barrier 

Appalachian Mountains

Ohio river

Mississippi River

Wilderness Road

Cumberland Gap


 

5.G.HE.1

Explain how cultural and environmental changes impact population distribution and influence how people modify and adapt to their environments 

 

5.G.GR.1

Use a variety of maps, satellite images and other models to explain the relationships between the location of places and regions and their human and environmental characteristics

 

To explain how people interact with their environment to meet their needs

 

To use geographic tools to locate places and describe their characteristics 



 

COLONIZATION: Weeks 5-13

 

Vocabulary/Key Concepts

Standards

We are learning...

Colony
Royal colony

Compact

Self-government

Apprentice

Alliance

Consequence

Manifest Destiny

Immigrant

Subsistence farming 

Cash crop

Indentured servant

Settlement

Triangular Trade Route 

Traditions

Diversity

Push & pull factors 

5.E.IC.1
Analyze how incentives and opportunity costs impact decision making, using examples from history

 

5.E.KE.1
Analyze how incentives and opportunity costs impact decision making, using examples from Kentucky history

 

5.G.MM.1
Analyze how cultural, economic, and environmental factors encouraged and restricted the movement of people, ideas and goods to and within the United States

 

5.G.HI.1
Describe the traditions diverse cultural groups brought with them when they moved to and within the United States

 

5.G.HI.2

Analyze how and why cultural characteristics diffuse and blend with migration and settlement 

 

5.G.KGE.1
Compare the lives of Kentucky settlers to those living in other areas during the early years of the United States

 

5.H.CE.2
Analyze the role religion played in early colonial society

 

5.H.CE.3
Describe the social and economic impact of the slave trade on diverse groups

To describe how incentives and opportunity costs impacted history

 

Explain how culture, economics, and the physical environment had an impact on the movement of people, ideas and goods 

 

Describe the various traditions of diverse groups

 

Describe how and why cultures diffuse and blend

 

Compare Kentucky settlers to settlers from other areas in the early years of the United States 

 

Identify the importance of religion in early colonial society

 

Explain the social and economic impact of the slave trade

 














 

AMERICAN REVOLUTION: Weeks 14-22

 

Vocabulary/Key Concepts

Standards

We are learning...

Blockade

Revolution

Independence 

Declaration

Treason

Loyalist

Patriot

Boycott

Rebellion

Boston Tea Party

Quartering Act

Intolerable Act

Stamp Act

Townshend Acts

French & Indian War

Tariff 

Boston Massacre 

Militia 

Conflict

Collaboration

5.H.CE.1
Analyze the causes of the American Revolution and the effects that individuals and groups had on the conflict

 

5.H.KH.1
Describe the role of Kentucky settlers in the American Revolution

To explain various causes of the American Revolution and the involvement of individuals/groups

 

To describe the involvement of Kentucky settlers in the American Revolution




 

CONSTITUTION & GOVERNMENT: Weeks 23-31

 

Vocabulary/Key Concepts

Standards

We are learning...

Veto

Bill

Unconstitutional

Self-government

Majority rule

Delegate

Repeal

Protest

Petition

Preamble

Grievance

Article I,II,III

Assemble

Incriminate 

Jury

Right

Dictator

Compromise

Checks and balances

Legislative

Judicial

Executive

Abolish

Ratify

Common defense

Domestic tranquility 

Preamble

Declaration of Independence

Constitution

Bill of Rights

Popular Sovereignty 

Formal and informal policies 

Equal rights 

5.C.CP.1

Analyze the development and establishment of the U.S. federal government 

 

5.C.CP.2
Analyze the structure of the U.S. government, including separation of power and its system of checks and balances

 

5.C.CP.3

Describe how the U.S. Constitution upholds popular sovereignty, ensures rule of law, and establishes a federal system

 

5.C.RR.1
Analyze responsibilities of U.S. Citizens by explaining and demonstrating ways to show good citizenship

 

5.C.RR.2
Analyze the personal rights conferred by citizenship, and find examples of citizenship, using a variety of sources

 

5.C.CV.1
Demonstrate the democratic principles of equality before the law, inalienable rights, consent of the governed and right to alter or abolish the government 

 

5.C.PR.1

Evaluate whether various rules and laws promote the general welfare, using historical and contemporary examples 

 

5.C.KGO.1

Explain the roles and responsibilities of a Kentucky citizen

 

5.E.MA.1

Describe why the government collects taxes and what goods and services it provides society

 

5.H.CH.1

Describe the impact of foundational documents on the development of the United States 

 

To explain how the U.S. government was formed

 

To explain the three branches of government 

 

To describe how the U.S. Constitution gives power to the people

 

To show roles and responsibilities of a good citizen as well as the rights of citizens

 

To describe the rights of a citizen in a democratic government 

 

To analyze how the government helps citizens today and in the past 

 

Describe why taxes are collected and what they are used for 

 

Understand important historical documents 


 








 

ECONOMICS: Weeks 32-35

 

Vocabulary/Key Concepts

Standards

We are learning...

Raw material

Profit 

Indentured servant

Triangular trade route 

Export

Import 

Debtor

Broker 

Budget

Boycott

Monopoly

Mass production

Assembly line

Specialization 

Venn diagram

Pictograph

Circle graph

T-chart

Scarcity

Opportunity cost

Producer

Consumer

Natural resource

Capital resource

Human resource

Interdependence

Demand

Barter

Surplus

Factors of production 

Incentives 

Mass production

Assembly line

Interchangeable parts

Comparative advantages

Agrarian economy

Taxes

Cotton gin

Innovation 

5.E.MI.1

Explain the relationship between supply and demand

 

5.E.MA.2

Explain how the United States developed into a market economy

 

5.E.ST.1

Explain how specialization, comparative advantage and competition influence the production and exchange of goods and services in an interdependent economy

 

5.H.CH.2

Analyze the impact innovation and human ingenuity had on the development of the United States from Colonization to Constitution 

To understand supply and demand

 

To explain what a market economy is 

 

To explain how unique economics exchange goods and services help each other

 

To explain the importance of early inventions in the United States