Nevada State Standards for Social Studies: Grade 4

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NV.1.0. Economics: The Economic Way of Thinking: Students will use fundamental economic concepts, including scarcity, choice, cost, incentives, and costs versus benefits to describe and analyze problems and opportunities, both individual and social.

1.5.1 Scarcity, Choice, and Cost: Describe how scarcity requires a person to make a choice and identify a cost associated with the decision. 16
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1.5.2 Incentives and Preferences: Demonstrate an understanding that people may respond to the same incentive in different ways because they may have different preferences. 25
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1.5.3 Cost versus Benefits: Demonstrate an understanding that choosing a little more or a little less generates either a benefit or a cost. (E 4.3.2) 18
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1.5.4 Personal Economics: Identify the benefits and costs of spending now versus saving for later. (E.10.5.1) 25
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NV.2.0. Economics: Measuring U.S. Economic Performance: Students will demonstrate a knowledge of past and present U.S. economic performance, identify the economic indicators used to measure that performance, and use this knowledge to make individual decisions and discuss social issues.

2.5.2 Measuring Economic Growth: Identify and compare per capita measures for the U.S. for different time periods. (H 1.5.2) 26
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2.5.4 Measuring Inflation: Define inflation and deflation and explain how they affect individuals. 25
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2.5.6 Measuring Unemployment: Define employment and unemployment. 3
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2.5.8 Measuring Interest: Identify and give examples of interest rates for borrowing and saving. 25
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NV.3.0. Economics: Functioning of Markets: Students will demonstrate an understanding of how markets work, including an understanding of why markets form, how supply and demand interact to determine market prices and interest rates, and how changes in prices act as signals to coordinate trade.

3.5.1 Trade Is Beneficial: Explain why trade must be mutually beneficial. 3
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3.5.2 Markets Determine Prices: Demonstrate an understanding of supply and demand in a market. 16
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3.5.3 Prices as Signals: Contrast the effects of price changes on the behavior of buyers and sellers. 25
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NV.4.0. Economics: Private U.S. Economic Institutions: Students will describe the roles played by U.S. economic institutions including financial institutions, labor unions, corporations, and not-for-profit organizations. 32
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4.5.1 Financial Institutions: Identify financial institutions. 25
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4.5.2 Labor Unions: Provide examples of labor unions. 15
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4.5.3 For-profit Business Organizations: Explain the purposes for establishing for-profit organizations. 1
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4.5.4 Not-for-profit Organizations: Explain the purposes for establishing not-for-profit organizations. 15
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4.5.5 Personal Economics: Identify the rewards and risks of saving money in financial institutions. 25
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NV.5.0. Economics: Money: Students demonstrate an understanding of forms of money, how money makes it easier to trade, borrow, save, invest, and compare the value of goods and services; and how the Federal Reserve System and its policies affect the U.S. money supply.

5.5.1 Functions of Money: Explain why it is easier for people to save and trade using money rather than using other commodities. 28
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5.5.4 History of Money: Identify forms of money used in the United States prior to the twentieth century. (H 5.5.11) 25
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5.5.5 Personal Economics: Give examples of purchases made using credit. 61
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NV.6.0. Economics: The U.S. Economy as a Whole: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the U.S. economic system as a whole in terms of how it allocates resources; determines the nation's production, income, unemployment, and price levels; and leads to variations in individual income levels.

6.5.1 Resource Allocation: Identify the resources needed for production in households, schools, and community groups. 16
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6.5.2 Resource Allocation: Demonstrate an understanding that an individual can be both a consumer and a producer. 16
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6.5.3 The Nation's Production Level: Recognize the three types of productive resources: natural (such as minerals), human (such as educated workers), and capital (such as machinery). (E 6.5.2; G 5.5.6) 97
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6.5.4 The Nation's Income Level: Illustrate how one person's spending becomes another person's income. 9
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6.5.5 The Nation's Unemployment Rate: Identify factors within an individual's control that can affect the likelihood of being employed. 21
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6.5.6 Differences in Individual Incomes: Describe how income reflects choices people make about education, training, skill development, lifestyle, and careers. 231
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NV.7.0. Economics: An Evolving Economy: Students will demonstrate an understanding of how investment, entrepreneurship, competition, and specialization lead to changes in an economy's structure and performance.

7.5.1 Investment: Provide an example of how purchasing a tool or acquiring education can be an investment. 231
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7.5.4 Entrepreneurship: Describe the characteristics of an entrepreneur. 115
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7.5.5 Competition: Give examples of ways sellers compete. 17
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7.5.6 Specialization: Explain why specialization increases productivity and interdependence. 17
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7.5.7 Personal Economics: Describe the steps an entrepreneur would take to start a business. 122
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NV.8.0. Economics: The Role of Government in a Market Economy: Students will explain the role of government in a market economy.

8.5.7 Personal Economics: Give examples of items for which a sales tax is charged and items for which a sales tax is not charged. 16
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NV.9.0. Economics: The International Economy: Students explore the characteristics of non-U.S. economic systems in order to demonstrate an understanding of how they are connected, through trade, to peoples and cultures throughout the world.

9.5.1 International Trade: Explain why the U.S. imports and exports goods. (G 4.5.5) 14
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9.5.2 Interdependence: Describe how the exchange of goods and services around the world creates interdependence among people in different places (such as the production of a candy bar requires ingredients from different countries around the world). (C 8.5.2; G 4.5.5; G 4.5.7) 14
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9.5.4 Exchange Rates: Give the value of the U.S. dollar in terms of the currencies of other countries. 32
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NV.1.0. Geography: The World in Spatial Terms: Students use maps, globes, and other geographic tools and technologies to locate and derive information about people, places, and environments.

1.5.1 Map Use: Use maps and map features, including directional orientation, map symbols, and grid system, to identify and locate major geographic features in Nevada and the United States. 215
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1.5.2 Map Section: Identify the characteristics and purposes of different maps and globes. 37
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1.5.3 Geographic Tools and Technologies: Read and derive geo- graphic information from photographs, maps, graphs, and computer resources. (E 4.5.1; H 1.5.2) 47
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1.5.4 Map Construction: Construct maps and charts to display information about human and physical features in the United States. (H 3.3.5; H 6.5.17) 288
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1.5.5 Map Applications: Identify the purpose and content of various U.S. maps. 34
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1.5.6 Map Analysis: Answer spatial questions about a map using basic geographic vocabulary. 34
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1.5.7 Map Concepts: Recognize that states in the United States may be grouped into regions such as the West, Southwest, Midwest, Southeast, and Northeast. 230
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1.5.8 Map Locations: Label a map of the United States with the names of the fifty states and major cities, such as Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, Seattle, Denver, Chicago, Atlanta, and New York. 213
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NV.2.0. Geography: Places and Regions-Students understand the physical and human features and cultural characteristics of places and use this information to define and study regions and their patterns of changes.

2.5.1 Characteristics of Places and Regions: Describe physical and human features and cultural characteristics of places and regions in the United States. (H 3.5.5; H 5.5.5; H 5.5.6) 285
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2.5.2 Cultural Identity: Identify examples in their community or region that reflect cultural identity. (C 4.5.3; E 3.5.3; E 8.5.3; H 3.5.5) 264
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2.5.3 Cultural Perspectives: Describe the characteristics of their community and Nevada from different perspectives. (C 4.5.3; H 3.5.5; H 5.5.5; H 5.5.6; H 6.8.1; H 6.8.14; H 9.8.13; H 10.8.3) 231
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2.5.4 Impact of Technology: Identify the effects of the use of technology in different communities in the United States. (H 9.5.5) 84
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2.5.5 History and Region: Identify and describe the locations of selected historical events. (E 3.5.3; H 4.5.1; H 5.11; H 6.5.4; H 6.5.17; H 6.5.21) 40
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2.5.6 Patterns of Change: Describe how their community and Nevada have changed over time. (H 3.5.5; H 5.5.5; H 5.5.36) 224
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2.5.7 Applying Concepts of Regions: Identify the criteria used to define different types of regions. 57
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NV.3.0. Geography: Physical Systems-Students understand how physical processes shape Earth's surface patterns and ecosystems.

3.5.1 Physical Systems: Identify the components of each of Earth's four basic physical systems including atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere. 101
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3.5.2 Natural Hazards: Define and give examples of natural hazards, such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and tsunamis. 78
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3.5.3 Characteristics of Ecosystems: Identify the parts of different ecosystems, including soil, climate, plant life, and animal life. 142
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3.5.4 Distribution of Ecosystems: Describe the biodiversity of different ecosystems on Earth. 142
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3.5.5 Analysis of Ecosystems: Investigate an ecosystem by asking and answering geographic questions. 142
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NV.4.0. Geography: Human Systems - Students understand how economic, political, and cultural processes interact to shape patterns of human migration and settlement, influence and interdependence, and conflict and cooperation.

4.5.1 Demographic Concepts: Explain differences in population distribution within Nevada and the United States. 213
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4.5.2 Migration and Settlement: Identify the push-pull factors influencing human migration and settlement. (E 5.5.6; Ec 2.5.6) 11
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4.5.3 Historical Movement of People, Goods, and Ideas: List examples of historical movements of people, goods, and ideas. (H 4.5.1; H 5.5.7; H 5.5.8; H 5.5.11; H 6.5.17; H 7.5.9) 61
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4.5.4 Patterns of Human Settlement: Describe the differences among rural, suburban, and urban migration and settlement. 21
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4.5.5 Economic Systems and Interdependence: Identify the sources of various economic goods and describe their movement between states or countries. (C 8.5.2; Ec 9.5.1; Ec 9.5.2; Ec 9.5.4; Ec 6.5.3) 35
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4.5.6 Analysis of Economic Issues: Investigate an economic issue by asking and answering geographic questions about location. (H 6.5.21; H 10.5.3; Ec 9.5.01; Ec 9.5.2; Ec 9.5.4) 55
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4.5.7 Patterns of Human Development: Compare differences in the economic development and quality of life among the countries in North America. (Ec 6.5.3; Ec 6.5.6; Ec 9.5.1; Ec 9.5.2; Ec 9.5.4; H 9.5.5) 60
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4.5.8 Human Organizations: Describe why types of organizations may differ by geographic region. (H 5.5.5; H 5.5.6) 56
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4.5.9 Cooperation and Conflict: Describe issues of cooperation and conflict within the United States. (C 5.5.6; H 6.5.21; H 10.5.3) 9
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NV.5.0. Geography: Environment and Society-Students understand the effects of interactions between human and physical systems and the changes in use, distribution, and importance of resources.

5.5.1 Changes in the Physical Environment: Describe ways in which changes in the physical environment affect humans. 76
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5.5.3 Technology and the Physical Environment: Describe places in the United States whose physical environment has been altered by technology. 84
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5.5.4 Human Modification: Explore the impact of human modification of the physical environment on the people who live in that location. 76
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5.5.6 Earth's Resources: Describe the patterns of distribution and use of natural resources in the United States. (Ec 6.5.3) 81
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5.5.7 Management of Earth's Resources: Compare the use of the same resource in the United States with another place in the world. (Ec 6.5.3) 83
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NV.6.0. Geography: Geographic Applications-Students apply geographic knowledge of people, places, and environments to interpret the past, understand the present, and plan for the future.

6.5.1 Applying Geography in History: Describe how the physical setting influenced an event in the past. (H 4.5.1; H 5.5.7; H 6.5.4; H 6.5.21) 47
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6.5.2 Applying Geography in Current Events: Use current events to ask and answer geographic questions. 47
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6.5.3 Applying Geography to Contemporary Issues: Discuss a geographic issue from more than one point of view. (E 11.5.2; H 6.5.21) 151
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6.5.4 Applying Geography to the Future: Describe a geographic issue and the possible impact it could have in the future. (E 5.5.6) 151
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NV.7.0. Geography: Geographic Skills: Students ask and answer geographic questions by acquiring, organizing, and analyzing geographic information.

7.5.1 Ask Geographic Questions: Ask geographic questions about the origin and significance of spatial patterns. (E 10.5.2) 43
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7.5.2 Acquire Geographic Information: Locate and gather geographic information from a variety of sources. (E 11.5.2) 47
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7.5.3 Organize Geographic Information: Create complex maps, graphs, or charts to display geographic information. (E 11.5.5) 111
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7.5.4 Analyze Geographic Information: Investigate and interpret information from a variety of geographic sources. (E 6.5.1; E 11.5.2; H 1.5.2) 47
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7.5.5 Present Geographic Information: Draw a conclusion by presenting geographic information in an oral or written report accompanied by maps or graphics. (E 6.5.3; E 6.5.7; E 10.5.3; E 11.5.5) 61
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NV.1.0. Civics: Rules and Law: Students know why society needs rules, laws, and governments.

1.5.1 Rules and Law: Describe the effects on society of the absence of law. 23
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1.5.2 Documents: Identify the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution as written documents that are the foundation of the United States government. (H 6.5.4) 26
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1.5.4 Democratic Participation: Describe the operation of representative government, including the rights of political minorities. 2
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NV.2.0. Civics: The U.S. Government: Students know the United States Constitution and the government it creates.

2.5.1 The U.S. Constitution: Identify the three branches of government (as set forth in the U.S. Constitution). (E 10.2.3) 26
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2.5.2 The Legislative Structure and Process: Name the two houses of the U.S. Congress. 13
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2.5.3 Legislative Powers: Identify the powers of the U.S. Congress, such as power to tax, declare war, and impeach the President. 13
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2.5.4 The Executive Branch: Identify the duties of the President. 6
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2.5.5 The Judicial Branch: Identify the Supreme Court as the highest court in the land. 11
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2.5.6 The Jury System: Describe the purpose of a judge and jury in a trial as it relates to resolving disputes. 22
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NV.3.0. Civics: National and State Government: Students can explain the relationship between the states and national government.

NV.4.0. Civics: The Political Process: Students describe the roles of political parties, interest groups, and public opinion in the democratic process.

4.5.1 Leaders and Elections: List the qualities of a leader. (H 6.5.5; H 7.5.7; H 9.5.8) 8
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4.5.2 Political Parties: Name the two major political parties. 25
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4.5.3 Interest Groups: Give examples of interest groups. (G 2.5.2; G 2.5.3) 19
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4.5.4 Formation of Public Opinion: Identify sources of information people use to form an opinion. (E 11.5.2; E 11.5.3) 24
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NV.5.0. Civics: Citizenship: Students know the roles, rights, and responsibilities of United States citizens and the symbols of our country.

5.5.1 Citizenship: Describe the difference between a natural-born and a naturalized citizen of the United States. 10
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5.5.3 Symbols: Describe the symbolic importance of the Fourth of July and the Pledge of Allegiance. (H 6.5.4; H 6.5.5) 33
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5.5.4 Individual Rights: Identify the Bill of Rights. 18
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5.5.6 Conflict and Resolution: Identify ways conflicts can be resolved in a peaceful manner that respects individual rights. (G 4.8.9; H 9.5.8; S 18.5.4) 2
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NV.6.0. Civics: State and Local Government: Students know the structure and functions of state and local governments.

6.5.1 Structure of State, Local, and Tribal Government: Explain why local governments are created within states. 13
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6.5.3 Structure of State, Local, and Tribal Government: Name the three branches of state government. 13
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6.5.4 Court Systems: Know that there are different types of courts. 23
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NV.7.0. Civics: Political and Economic Systems: Students explain the different political and economic systems in the world.

7.5.1 Comparative Political Systems: List the characteristics of a nation-state, including: self-rule; territory; population; organized government. 1
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NV.8.0. Civics: International Relations: Students know the political and economic relationship of the United States and its citizens to other nations.

8.5.1 From Individual to the World: Identify the countries bordering the United States. 42
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8.5.2 Foreign Policy: Explain ways in which nations interact. (Ec 9.5.2; G 4.5.5) 6
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NV.1.0. History: Chronology: Students use chronology to organize and understand the sequence and relationship of events.

1.5.1 Current Events: Identify current events from multiple sources. 38
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1.5.2 Chronology: Record events on a graphic organizer, such as a calendar or time line. (G 7.5.4) 49
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NV.2.0. History: History Skills: Students will use social studies vocabulary and concepts to engage in inquiry, in research, in analysis, and in decision making. 25
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2.5.1 Inquiry: Ask a historical question and identify resources to be used in research. (E 11.5.1; E 11.5.2; E 11.5.3) 38
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2.5.2 Research and Analysis: Organize historical information from a variety of sources. (E 6.5.2) 38
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NV.3.0. History: Prehistory to 400 CE: Students understand the development of human societies, civilizations, and empires through 400 CE.

3.5.1 World, United States, and Nevada: Define hunter-gatherer. 40
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3.5.5 Nevada: Locate Nevada's earliest Native American inhabitants, known as the Desert Archaic people. 10
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NV.4.0. History: 1 CE to 1400: Students understand the characteristics, ideas, and significance of civilizations and religions from 1 CE to 1400.

4.5.1 World: Identify explorations of the Vikings in North America. (G 2.5.5; G 4.5.3; G 6.5.1) 7
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NV.5.0. History: 1200 to 1750: Students understand the impact of the interaction of peoples, cultures, and ideas from 1200 to 1750.

5.5.5 Nevada: Identify Nevada's Native American cultures, including: Northern Paiute, Southern Paiute, Washoe, Western Shoshone. (G 2.5.3; G 2.5.6; G 4.5.8) 9
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5.5.6 United States and Nevada: Describe Native North American life prior to European contact, such as: Clothing; Communication; Family; Food; Shelter; Transportation; Tools. (G 2.5.1; G 4.5.8; G 5.5.4) 33
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5.5.7 World and United States: Describe expeditions of early explorers, including: Christopher Columbus; Ferdinand Magellan. (G 4.5.3; G 6.5.1) 55
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5.5.8 World and United States: Describe relationships among Native Americans, Europeans, and Africans. (G 4.5.3; G 4.5.9) 18
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5.5.11 United States: Describe colonial life in North America. (Ec 5.5.4; G 2.5.5; G 4.5.3) 24
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NV.6.0. History: 1700 to 1865: Students understand the people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to the creation of new nations and distinctive cultures.

6.5.4 United States: Identify the events that led to the Declaration of Independence. (C 1.5.2; G 2.5.5; G 6.5.1) 16
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6.5.5 United States: Identify key people of the American Revolution, including: George Washington; Ben Franklin. 29
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6.5.14 United States: Describe the relationship between the War of 1812 and the national anthem. 7
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6.5.17 United States and Nevada: Describe experiences of pioneers moving west, including: Donner Party; Oregon and California Trails. (E 3.5.3; G 1.5.4; G 2.5.5;G 4.5.3) 21
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6.5.18 Nevada: Identify explorers and settlers in pre-territorial Nevada, including: Kit Carson, John C. Fremont. 231
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6.5.21 United States: Identify the Civil War and final outcome, including: Union and Confederacy, Generals Grant and Lee. (G 2.5.5; G 4.5.6; G 4.5.9; G 6.5.1; G 6.5.3) 21
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6.5.22 Nevada: Explain the symbols, mottos, and slogans related to Nevada, including: 'Battle Born'; state seal; Silver State; state flag. 173
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NV.7.0. History: 1860 to 1920: Students understand the importance and impact of political, economic, and social ideas.

7.5.7 United States: Identify the contributions of the inventors and discoverers, including: Thomas Edison; Wright brothers; Alexander Graham Bell; George Washington Carver. (C 4.5.1; E 3.5.3) 114
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7.5.9 Nevada and United States: Describe the contributions of immigrant groups to the United States. (G 4.5.3) 33
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7.5.11 United States and Nevada: Describe the significance of Labor Day. 65
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7.5.17 World and United States: Describe the distinction between Veterans Day and Memorial Day. 32
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NV.8.0. History: The Twentieth Century, a Changing World: 1920 to 1945: Students understand the importance and effect of political, economic, technological, and social changes in the world from 1920 to 1945.

8.5.5 United States and Nevada: Identify the major events of the Great Depression, such as: stock market crash; Dust Bowl; migration; Hoover Dam. 4
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8.5.6 World, United States, and Nevada: Identify the United States' participation in World War II, such as: Pearl Harbor; homefront; D-Day; atomic bomb. 17
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NV.9.0. History: The Twentieth Century, a Changing World: 1945 to 1990: Students understand the shift of international relationships and power as well as the significant developments in American culture.

9.5.5 World and United States: Identify major advancements in science and technology, including: television, computers. (G 2.5.4; G 4.5.7) 26
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9.5.8 World, United States, and Nevada: Identify the major points in Martin Luther King Jr.'s 'I Have a Dream' speech. (C 4.5.1; C 5.5.6; E 8.5.1; E 8.5.2) 18
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NV.10.0. History: New Challenges, 1990 to the Present: Students understand the political, economic, social, and technological issues challenging the world as it approaches and enters the new millennium.

10.5.3 World, United States, and Nevada: Identify major news events on the local, state, national, and world level. (G 4.5.6; G 4.5.9) 177
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