Learning Zone

Learning Zone



– – – – – – Grade K
– – – – – – Grade 1
– – – – – – Grade 2
– – – – – – Grade 3
– – – – – – Grade 4
– – – – – – Grade 5
– – – – – – Grade 6
– – – – – – Grade 7
– – – – – – Grade 8
              – – – – – Characteristics of Technological Expansion During the Antebellum Era (USI.27, USI.29)
              – – – – – Characteristics of the abolitionist movement (USI. 31)
              – – – – – Characteristics of the religious movements of the antebellum era. (USI.32)
              – – – – – Characteristics of Thomas JeffersonÆs Political Philosophy (USI.22)
              – – – – – Concept of Popular Sovereignty (USI.14)
              – – – – – European Cultural Heritage and itÆs Impact on American Revolutionary Spirit (USI.1, USI.2)
              – – – – – Features of European Settlement of North America ( )
              – – – – – Governmental and Social Structure of English Colonies in North America ( )
              – – – – – Major Characters and Characteristics of the changing roles of women during the Antebellum (USI.33)
              – – – – – Major Components of Massachusetts Government (USI.18)
              – – – – – Major Debates of the US Constitutional Convention (USI.7)
              – – – – – Major Delegates of the US Constitutional Convention (USI.7)
              – – – – – Major Policies and Political Developments during the Presidencies of George Washington and John Adams (USI.22)
              – – – – – Major policies and Political Developments during the Presidency of Abraham Lincoln (USI.38)
              – – – – – Major policies and Political Developments during the Presidency of Andrew Jackson (USI.24)
              – – – – – Major policies and Political Developments during the Presidency of Thomas Jefferson (USI.22)
              – – – – – North American Native American Social Structures ( )
              – – – – – Political solutions to issues of civil rights ( )
              – – – – – -Revolutionary Colonial Resistance (USI.4, USI.5)
              – – – – – Reasons for and Characteristics of the Adoption of the Articles of Confederation (USI.6)
              – – – – – Reporting as a Historian ( )
              – – – – – Researching as a Historian ( )
              – – – – – Social and Political Effects of Growing American Sectionalism (USI.36)
              – – – – – Social constructs the Antebellum Era ( )
              – – – – – The Battle for Ratification and the Federalist Papers (USI.8)
              – – – – – The Cause and Characteristics of the French and Indian Wars ( )
              – – – – – The cause of and characteristics of the Emancipation Proclamation (USI.38)
              – – – – – The Cause, Course and Consequences of Westward Expansion (USI.26)
              – – – – – The characteristics of Jacksonian Democracy (USI.24)
              – – – – – The characteristics of Settlement of North America by Native Americans ( )
              – – – – – The expansion of universal male suffrage during the antebellumera (USI.23)
              – – – – – The features of American Slavery ( )
              – – – – – The Features of Different forms of Government (USI.12)
              – – – – – The Function of Checks and Balances in the US Government (USI.8)
              – – – – – The function of Federalism in the US Government (USI.8)
              – – – – – The Functions of the Bill of Rights (USI.9)
              – – – – – The Goals and Aspects of Reconstruction (USI.41)
              – – – – – The Impact of the French and Indian War on the Colonies (USI.1)
              – – – – – The Inspirations for and significance of the Declaration of Independence (USI.3)
              – – – – – The major battles and characters of the US Civil War (USI.39)
              – – – – – The Major Events of the American Revolutionary War ( )
              – – – – – The Political and Social Results of the US Civil War (USI.40)
              – – – – – The Political Characteristics of the Confederate States (USI.37, USI.39
              – – – – – The Reason for the Bill of Rights (USI.9)
              – – – – – The Results of Reconstruction (USI.41) (2)
              – – – – – The Rise of Abraham Lincoln (USI.36, USI.38)
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