Illinois State Standards

Illinois State Standards

General Museum and Village Tour

FIRST GRADE

SS.G.1.1: Construct and interpret maps and other representations to navigate a familiar place.

SS.CV.1.1: Explain how all people, not just official leaders, play important roles in a community.

SS.EC.FL.3.1: Explain how people earn pay or income in exchange for work.

SS.H.1.1: Create a chronological sequence of multiple events.

SS.H.2.1: Describe individuals and groups who have shaped a significant historical change.

SS.H.3.1: Compare perspectives of people in the past to those of people in the present.

SECOND GRADE

SS.EC.1.2: Demonstrate how our choices can affect ourselves and others in positive and negative ways

SS.EC.3.2: Compare the goods and services that people in the local community produce and those that are produced in other communities.

SS.G.2.2: Identify some cultural and environmental characteristics of your community and compare to other places.

SS.H.1.2: Summarize changes that have occurred in the local community over time

SS.H.2.2: Compare individuals and groups who have shaped a significant historical change

SS.H.3.2: Explain how different kinds of historical sources (such as written documents, objects, artistic works, and oral accounts) can be used to study the past

THIRD GRADE

SS.CV.1.3: Describe ways in which interactions among families, workplaces, voluntary organizations, and government benefit communities.

SS.EC.1.3: Compare the goods and services that people in the local community produce and those that are produced in other communities.

SS.EC.FL.3.3: Describe the role of banks and other financial institutions in an economy

SS.G.2.3: Compare how people modify and adapt to the environment and culture in our community to other places

SS.H.2.3: Describe how significant people, events, and developments have shaped their own community and region.

SS.H.3.3: Identify artifacts and documents as either primary or secondary sources of historical data from which historical accounts are constructed

FOURTH GRADE

SS.EC. 2.4: Describe how goods and services are produced using human, natural, and capital resources (e.g. tools and machines).

SS.G.2.4: Analyze how the cultural and environmental characteristics of places in Illinois change over time.

SS.G.3.4: Describe some of the current movements of goods, people, jobs, or information to, from, or within Illinois, and explain reasons for the movements.

SS.H.1.4: Explain connections among historical contexts and why individuals and groups differed in their perspectives during the same historical period.

SS.H.2.4: Using artifacts and primary sources, investigate how individuals contributed to and the founding and development of Illinois.

SS.H.3.4: Explain probable causes and effects of events and developments in Illinois history

FIFTH GRADE

SS.EC.1.5: Analyze why and how individuals, businesses, and nations around the world specialize and trade

SS.G.1.5: Investigate how the cultural and environmental characteristics of places within the United States change over time.

SS.G.4.5: Compare the environmental characteristics of the United States to other world regions

SS.H.2.5: Use information about a historical source-including the maker, date, place of origin, intended audience, and purpose-to judge the extent to which the source is useful for studying a particular topic. SS.H.3.5: Explain probable causes and effects of events and developments in U.S. history.

SIXTH-EIGHTH

SS.H.1.6-8.LC: Classify series of historical events and developments as examples of change and/or continuity.

SS.H.1.6-8.MdC: Analyze connections among events and developments in broader historical contexts.

SS.H.1.6-8.MC: Use questions generated about individuals and groups to analyze why they, and the developments they shaped, are seen as historically significant.

SS.H.2.6-8.LC: Explain how and why perspectives of people have changed over time

SS.H.2.6-8.MdC: Analyze multiple factors that influenced the perspectives of people during different historical eras

SS.H.2.6-8.MC: Analyze how people’s perspectives influenced what information is available in the historical sources they created.

SS.H.3.6-8.LC: Classify the kinds of historical sources used in secondary interpretation

SS.H.3.6-8.MdC: Detect possible limitations in the historical record based on evidence collected from different kinds of historical sources.

SS.H.3.6-8.MC: Use other historical sources to infer a plausible maker, date, place of origin, and intended audience for historical sources where information is not easily identified.

SS.H.4.6-8.LC: Explain multiple causes and effects of historical events.

SS.H.4.6-8.MdC: Compare the central historical arguments in secondary works across multiple media.

SS.H.4.6-8.MC: Organize applicable evidence into a coherent argument about the past.

HIGH SCHOOL

SS.H.1.9-12: Evaluate how historical developments were shaped by time and place as well as broader historical contexts.

SS.H.2.9-12: Analyze change and continuity within and across historical eras.

SS.H.3.9-12: Evaluate the methods utilized by people and institutions to promote change.

SS.H.4.9-12: Analyze how people and institutions have reacted to environmental, scientific, and technological changes.

SS.H.5.9-12: Analyze the factors and historical context that influenced the perspectives of people during different historical eras.

 SS.H.6.9-12: Analyze the concept and pursuit of the American Dream.

SS.H.7.9-12: Identify the role of individuals, groups, and institutions in people’s struggle for safety, freedom, equality and justice.

SS.H.8.9-12: Analyze key historical events and contributions of individuals through a variety of perspectives, including those of historically underrepresented groups.

SS.H.9.9-12: Analyze the relationship between historical sources and the secondary interpretations made from them.

 SS.H.10.9-12: Analyze the causes and effects of global conflicts and economic crises.

SS.H.11.9-12: Analyze multiple and complex causes and effects of events in the past.

 SS.H.12.9-12: Analyze the geographic and cultural forces that have resulted in conflict and cooperation.

Re-enactment Days- the Great War, Civil War, and WWII (recommended 5+)

FIFTH GRADE

SS.CV.1.5: Distinguish the responsibilities and powers of government official at various levels and branches of government and in different times and places.

SS.CV.2.5: Examine the origins and purposes of rules, laws, and key U.S. Constitutional provisions. SS.CV.4.5: Explain how policies are developed to address public problems

SS.EC.2.5: Discover how positive incentives (e.g. sale prices and earning money) and negative incentives influence behavior in our nation’s economy and around the world.

SS.G.1.5: Investigate how the cultural and environmental characteristics of places within the United States change over time.

SS.G.2.5: Describe how humans have utilized natural resources in the United States.

SS.G.3.5: Analyze the effects of specific catastrophic and environmental events as well as technological developments that have impacted our nation and compare to other places.

SS.H.2.5: Use information about a historical source-including the maker, date, place of origin, intended audience, and purpose-to judge the extent to which the source is useful for studying a particular topic. SS.H.3.5: Explain probable causes and effects of events and developments in U.S. history.

SIXTH-EIGHTH

SS.CV.1.6-8.LC: Identify roles played by citizens (examples: voters, jurors, taxpayers, military

SS.CV.1.6-8.MdC: Describe the roles of political, civil and economic organizations in shaping people’s lives

SS.CV.1.6-8.MC: Evaluate the powers and responsibilities of citizens, political parties, interest groups, and the media

SS.CV.4.6-8.MdC: Analyze the ideas and principles contained in the founding documents of the United States and other countries, and explain how they influence the social and political system.

SS.G2.6-8.MdC: Compare and contrast the cultural and environmental characteristics of different places or regions.

SS.G3.6-8.MC: Evaluate the influences of long-term human induced environmental change on spatial patterns of conflict and cooperation

SS.H.1.6-8.LC: Classify series of historical events and developments as examples of change and/or continuity.

SS.H.1.6-8.MdC: Analyze connections among events and developments in broader historical contexts.

SS.H.1.6-8.MC: Use questions generated about individuals and groups to analyze why they, and the developments they shaped, are seen as historically significant.

SS.H.2.6-8.LC: Explain how and why perspectives of people have changed over time

SS.H.2.6-8.MdC: Analyze multiple factors that influenced the perspectives of people during different historical eras

SS.H.2.6-8.MC: Analyze how people’s perspectives influenced what information is available in the historical sources they created.

SS.H.3.6-8.LC: Classify the kinds of historical sources used in secondary interpretation

SS.H.3.6-8.MdC: Detect possible limitations in the historical record based on evidence collected from different kinds of historical sources.

SS.H.3.6-8.MC: Use other historical sources to infer a plausible maker, date, place of origin, and intended audience for historical sources where information is not easily identified.

SS.H.4.6-8.LC: Explain multiple causes and effects of historical events.

SS.H.4.6-8.MdC: Compare the central historical arguments in secondary works across multiple media.

SS.H.4.6-8.MC: Organize applicable evidence into a coherent argument about the past.

HIGH SCHOOL

SS.CV.1.9-12: Distinguish the rights, roles, powers, and responsibilities of individuals and institutions in the political system.

SS.CV.5.9-12: Analyze the impact of personal interest and diverse perspectives on the application of civic dispositions, democratic principles, constitutional rights, and human rights

SS.CV.6.9-12: Describe how political parties, the media, and public interest groups both influence and reflect social and political interests

SS.CV.8.9-12: Analyze how individuals use and challenge laws to address a variety of public issues. SS.CV.9.9-12: Evaluate public policies in terms of intended and unintended outcomes and related consequences.

SS.CV.10.9-12: Explain the role of compromise and deliberation in the legislative process.

SS.G.6.9-12: Analyze how historical events and the diffusion of ideas, technologies, and cultural practices have influenced migration patterns and the distribution of human population.

SS.G.7.9-12: Evaluate how economic activities and political decisions impact spatial patterns within and among urban, suburban, and rural regions

SS.G.9.9-12: Describe and explain the characteristics that constitute a particular culture.

 SS.G.10.9-12: Explain how and why culture shapes worldview.

SS.G.11.9-12: Explain how globalization impacts the cultural, political, economic, and environmental characteristics of a place or region.

SS.G.12.9-12: Evaluate how competition for scarce natural resources contributes to conflict and cooperation within and among countries

SS.H.1.9-12: Evaluate how historical developments were shaped by time and place as well as broader historical contexts.

SS.H.3.9-12: Evaluate the methods utilized by people and institutions to promote change

SS.H.4.9-12: Analyze how people and institutions have reacted to environmental, scientific, and technological changes.

SS.H.5.9-12: Analyze the factors and historical context that influenced the perspectives of people during different historical eras.

SS.H.7.9-12: Identify the role of individuals, groups, and institutions in people’s struggle for safety, freedom, equality and justice.

SS.H.8.9-12: Analyze key historical events and contributions of individuals through a variety of perspectives, including those of historically underrepresented groups.