• I Can Objectives 6th Grade Social Studies Standards

    I can arrange dates in order using B.B/A.D and B.C.E./C.E.

    I can create a multiple-tiered timeline using correct chronological order.

    I can describe the hunter-gather lifestyle of the Paleolithic Era.

    I can describe the revolution of agriculture in the Neolithic Era.

    I can define and give examples of primary and secondary sources.

    I can identify a variety of sources to use when finding information.

    I can define the role of a cartographer, including how he/she decides to display information.

    I can describe the government, economy, society, religion, technology, and agriculture of Mesopotamia.

    I can explain the beliefs relating to Judaism.

    I can explain the beliefs relating to Christianity.

    I can describe the government, economy, society, religion, technology, and agriculture of Ancient Egypt.

    I can explain the beliefs relating to Islam.

    I can describe the government, economy, society, religion, technology, and agriculture of Ancient China.

    I can explain the beliefs relating to Buddhism.

    I can explain why trade occurs and what patterns have contributed to global interdependence.

    I can use latitude and longitude to identify absolute location.

    I can define a region based on landforms, climate, population, or cultural/economic criteria.

    I can explain how humans change the physical environment.

    I can describe the government, economy, society, religion, technology, and agriculture of Ancient India.

    I can explain the beliefs relating to Hinduism.

    I can describe the cultural practices and products of the Eastern Hemisphere.

    I can describe the Mississippian mound builders’ lifestyle.

    I can describe the lifestyles of the Maya, Aztec, and Inca tribes.

    I can explain patterns of migration based on political, environmental, social, and economic factors.

    I can define monarchies, theocracies, dictatorships, and democracies.

    I can explain the role of government.

    I can explain the ways that countries interact with each other.

    I can describe the interaction of supply and demand.

    I can explain the factors of production.

    I can explain how competition affects producers and consumers in a market economy.

    I can define the role of an economist, including how he/she draws conclusions and relationships from data.

    I can analyze how scarcity affects supply, demand, inflation, and economic choices.

    I can explain the opportunity cost involved in allocating scarce resources.

    I can compare the price and quality of available goods and services.

    I can explain that specialization within a country allows for global trade.

    I can describe how choices have present and future consequences.

Last Modified on September 10, 2010