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- SS.7.1.1 Use a variety of primary and secondary sources from multiple perspectives to formulate an appropriate thesis supported by evidence.
- SS.7.1.1.a Utilize primary and secondary sources to explain the interdependence and uniqueness among peoples in the Eastern Hemisphere during significant eras or events; including their influence on modern society.
- SS.7.1.1.b Examine primary and secondary sources to identify points of view while formulating historical claims and questions.
- SS.7.1.2 The historical context of significant current events, individuals, groups, ideas, and themes within regions of the Eastern Hemisphere and their relationships with one another.
- SS.7.1.2.a Identify and explain the historical context of key people, regions, events, and ideas; including the roots of current issues.
- SS.7.1.2.b Investigate and evaluate the social, political, cultural and technological development of regions in the Eastern Hemisphere.
- SS.7.1.2.c Describe the interactions and contributions of various peoples and cultures that have lived in or migrated within/to the Eastern Hemisphere.
- SS.7.2.1 Use geographic tools and resources to research topics in the Eastern Hemisphere to make geographic inferences and predictions.
- SS.7.2.1.a Use maps and geographic tools to find patterns in human systems and/or physical features.
- SS.7.2.1.b Collect, classify, and analyze data to make geographic inferences and predictions.
- SS.7.2.1.c Apply inquiry and research utilizing geographic tools.
- SS.7.2.1.d Interpret maps to make inferences and predictions.
- SS.7.2.2 Regional differences and perspectives in the Eastern Hemisphere impact human and environmental interactions.
- SS.7.2.2.a Determine how physical and political features impact cultural diffusion and regional differences.
- SS.7.2.2.b Examine the geographic location and distribution of resources within a region to determine the economic and social impact on its people.
- SS.7.3.1 Describe how economic systems in the Eastern Hemisphere address the problem of scarcity.
- SS.7.3.1.a Describe how different societies developed economic systems.
- SS.7.3.1.b Evaluate the different economic systems in the Eastern Hemisphere, utilizing economic data
- SS.7.3.1.c Explain how trade affects the production of goods and services in different regions.
- SS.7.3.2 Investigate the role of consumers within the Eastern Hemisphere (PFL).
- SS.7.3.2.a Define resources from an economic and personal finance perspective.
- SS.7.3.2.b Summarize how the distribution of resources impacts consumerism.
- SS.7.3.2.c Compare and contrast choices available to consumers within different cultures as they developed in the Eastern Hemisphere throughout history.
- SS.7.4.1 Analyze the civic similarities and differences within governmental systems in the Eastern Hemisphere.
- SS.7.4.1.a Describe civic virtues and principles that guide governments and societies.
- SS.7.4.1.b Analyze the opportunities and limitations of civic participation in societies in the Eastern Hemisphere.
- SS.7.4.1.c Give examples illustrating the interactions between nations and their citizens.
- SS.7.4.1.d Identify public problems and research ways in which governments address those problems.
- SS.7.4.2 Nations in various regions of the Eastern Hemisphere interact with international organizations, govern, organize, and impact their societies in different ways.
- SS.7.4.2.a Explain the origins, functions, and structure of different governments.
- SS.7.4.2.b Evaluate and analyze how various governments and organizations interact, resolve their differences, and cooperate.
- SS.7.4.2.c Investigate examples of collaboration and interdependence between international organizations and countries.