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A Correlation of

       America
 History of Our Nation
   Beginnings to 1914, 2014




            To the

Idaho Content Standards
   for Social Studies
       U.S. History I
       Grades 6-12
    A Correlation of America, History of Our Nation, Beginnings to 1914, 2014
         to the Idaho Content Standards for Social Studies, U.S. History I
                                    Grades 6-12




                                       Introduction


This document demonstrates how America: History of Our Nation, Beginnings to 1914
2014, meets the Idaho Content Standards for Social Studies, Grades 6-12, U.S. History I.
Correlation page references are to the Student and Teacher's Editions.

America: History of Our Nation is the key to unlocking the exciting story of our nation's
history for all middle grade students. Engaging narrative, digital multimedia, and hands-on
activities expand students' understanding of U.S. history and why it remains important to us
today. The new America: History of Our Nation offers a highly visual, engaging current
events update providing a snapshot of significant events, such as the 2012 national
elections and events in the Middle East that have the potential to shape the national and
international landscapes.

Research-based reading instruction is embedded into the Student Edition, and supported in
the Teacher's Edition, the Interactive Reading, and Note taking Study Guide.

Connect: Students connect to our country's history through PBS videos embedded within
the online course.

Experience: Students fully participate and experience the content through hands-on
activities found within the Historian's Apprentice Activity Kit.

Understand: Informal and formal assessment options provide student with multiple ways
to demonstrate mastery of important concepts.




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     E=Student Edition                                             TE= Teacher's Edition
     A Correlation of America, History of Our Nation, Beginnings to 1914, 2014
          to the Idaho Content Standards for Social Studies, U.S. History I
                                     Grades 6-12




                                              Table of Contents

Standard 1: History ................................................................................................ 4

Standard 2: Geography .......................................................................................... 6

Standard 3: Economics ........................................................................................... 6

Standard 4: Civics and Government ....................................................................... 7

Standard 5: Global Perspectives ............................................................................. 8




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   A Correlation of America, History of Our Nation, Beginnings to 1914, 2014
        to the Idaho Content Standards for Social Studies, U.S. History I
                                   Grades 6-12


        Idaho Content Standards                           America, History of Our Nation,
       U.S. History 1, Grades 6-12                         Beginnings to 1914, 2014

Standard 1: History
Goal 1.1: Build an understanding of the cultural and social development of the
United States.
 6-12.USH1.1.1.1 Compare and contrast the      SE/TE: 64-65, 71-76, 77-83, 84-89, 90-93,
 different cultural and social influences that 94-97, 107-109, 126-129
 emerged in the North American colonies.

6-12.USH1.1.1.2 Describe the experiences              SE/TE: 64-65, 71-76, 77-83, 84-89, 90-93,
of culturally, ethnically, and racially               94-97, 107-109, 113-117, 119, 126-129,
different groups existing as part of                  131, 133, 186-187, 188-190, 317-319, 325-
American society prior to the Civil War.              326, 355-359, 360-361, 396-400, 422-426

6-12.USH1.1.1.3 Analyze the common                    SE/TE: 118-123, 127-129, 130-133, 170-
traits, beliefs, and characteristics that unite       173, 174-178, 202-203, 212-217, 218-221,
the United States as a nation and a society.          222-225, 226-250, 252-257

6-12.USH1.1.1.4 Discuss the causes and                SE/TE: 145-149, 150-153, 154-155, 156-
effects of various compromises and conflicts          161, 162-165, 170-173, 179-184, 186-190,
in American history such as the American              191-195, 196-199, 214-215, 217, 290-293,
Revolution, Civil War and Reconstruction.             322-326, 327-331, 333-335, 355-361, 362-
                                                      367, 482-485, 486-493, 494-498, 499-503,
                                                      504-507, 510-511, 512-517, 518-523, 524-
                                                      527, 533-537, 538-541, 544-545, 546-549,
                                                      550-551, 552-557, 558-563, 565-567

6-12.USH1.1.1.5 Compare and contrast                  SE/TE: 4-5, 6-9, 10-15, 28-31
early cultures and settlements that existed
in North America prior to European contact.

Goal 1.2: Trace the role of migration and immigration of people in the
development of the United States.
 6-12.USH1.1.2.1 Analyze the religious,      SE/TE: 27, 34-35, 37-41, 44-48, 49-52, 53-
 political, and economic motives of European 57, 59-61, 66-70, 625-631
 immigrants who came to North America.

6-12.USH1.1.2.2 Explain the motives and               SE/TE: 69, 83, 113-117, 215, 396-400,
consequences for slavery and other forms of           422-426, 482-485, 486-491, 492-493, 494-
involuntary immigration to North America.             498, 499-503, 505-507

6-12.USH1.1.2.3 Analyze the concept of                SE/TE: 442-443, 447, 448-453, 459, 462-
Manifest Destiny and its impact on American           467, 469-471
Indians and the development of the United
States.




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    E=Student Edition                                                   TE= Teacher's Edition
   A Correlation of America, History of Our Nation, Beginnings to 1914, 2014
        to the Idaho Content Standards for Social Studies, U.S. History I
                                   Grades 6-12


        Idaho Content Standards                        America, History of Our Nation,
       U.S. History 1, Grades 6-12                      Beginnings to 1914, 2014


Goal 1.3: Identify the role of American Indians in the development of the United
States.
 6-12.USH1.1.3.1 Trace federal policies and  SE/TE: 325-326, 355-359, 369-370, 375,
 treaties such as removal, reservations, and 453, 467, 584-589, 601-603
 allotment throughout history that have
 impacted contemporary American Indians.

6-12.USH1.1.3.2 Explain how and why                SE/TE: HT4-HT5, 332, 368
events may be interpreted differently
according to the points of view of
participants and observers.

6-12.USH1.1.3.3 Discuss the resistance of          SE/TE: 325-326, 355-359, 369-370, 375,
American Indians to assimilation.                  453, 467


Goal 1.4: Analyze the political, social, and economic responses to industrialization
and technological innovations in the development of the United States.
6-12.USH1.1.4.1 Explain the consequences    SE/TE: 382-383-387, 396, 606-607, 608-
of scientific and technological inventions  613, 637-638; In the News 19In the News
and changes on the social and economic      21
lives of the people in the development the
United States.

6-12.USH1.1.4.2 Explain how the                    SE/TE: 392-393, 402-404, 576-577, 580-
development of various modes of                    581, 582-583, 609
transportation increased economic
prosperity and promoted national unity.

Goal 1.5: Trace the role of exploration and expansion in the development of the
United States.
6-12.USH1.1.5.1 Examine the development       SE/TE: 6-9, 10-15, 16-20, 22-27, 28-31,
of diverse cultures in what is now the United 64-65, 71-76, 77-83, 84-89, 90-93, 94-97,
States.                                       107-109, 126-129

6-12.USH1.1.5.2 Identify significant               SE/TE: 34-35, 37-41, 44-48, 49-52, 53-57,
countries and their roles and motives in the       59-61, 66-70, 90-93, 95-97
European exploration of the Americas.

6-12.USH1.1.5.3 Analyze and describe the           SE/TE: 38-41, 44-48, 53, 57, 59-61
interactions between native peoples and the
European explorers.




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