Compare life in the past with life today.
Explain the significance of our national holidays and the heroism and achievements of the people associated with them.
Describe roles and responsibilities of people in authority.
Explain the need for and purposes of rules in various settings, inside and outside of school.
Create a chronological sequence of multiple events.
Describe individuals and groups who have shaped a significant historical change.
Compare perspectives of people in the past to those of people in the present.
Explain how all people, not just official leaders, play important roles in a community.
Identify and explain how rules function in various settings, inside and outside of the school.
Summarize changes that have occurred in the local community over time.
Compare individuals and groups who have shaped a significant historical change.
Explain how different kinds of historical sources (such as written documents, objects, artistic works, and oral accounts) can be used to study the past.
Explain what governments are and some of their functions (e.g. making and enforcing laws, protecting citizens, and collecting taxes).
Describe how communities work to accomplish common tasks, establish responsibilities, and fulfill roles of authority.
Create and use a chronological sequence of events.
Describe how significant people, events, and developments have shaped their own community and region.
Identify artifacts and documents as either primary or secondary sources of historical data from which historical accounts are constructed.
Describe ways in which interactions among families, workplaces, voluntary organizations, and government benefit communities.
Explain how groups of people make rules to create responsibilities and protect freedoms.
Describe how people have tried to improve their communities over time.