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Big Lake 6th Grade Social Studies

6th Grade "I Can" Statements
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Amber Marsh

on 4 February 2013

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Transcript of Big Lake 6th Grade Social Studies

Foundation Chapter 2
I can describe indigenous people
based on evidence and oral history. Big Lake Middle School 6th Grade Social Studies
Minnesota History Chapter 3 & 4
I can compare and contrast
the Dakota and the Anishinaabe
tribes. Chapter 1
I can locate major
physical and political features. Chapter 5
I can describe European exploration of the MN area.
I can determine how exploration affected the Dakota and the Anishinaabe in MN. Chapter 6
I can describe the impact of white settlement
along the upper Mississippi River on cultural and
physical landscapes.
I can explain the treaty process and tribal sovereignty. Chapter 7
I can describe the impact of white settlement along the upper Mississippi River on cultural and physical landscapes.
I can describe how Minnesota became a territory and a state.
I can explain the purpose of Minnesota's Constitution.
I can describe the purposes of major state government offices.
I can compare and contrast the purposes of state and local government. Chapter 8
I can describe how how Minnesotans viewed slavery and the events that led to the Civil War.
I can identify how Civil War events affected Minnesotans and the part Minnesotans played in the war. Chapter 9
I can examine the consequences of the land treaties.
I can understand the reasons and the differing perspectives related to the U.s.-Dakota War of 1862. Chapter 10
I can explain the impact of the Industrial Revolution on MN.
I can give a persuasion speech on a public issue. Chapter 11
I can explain the impact of the Industrial Revolution on MN
I can explain reasons for immigration to MN from 1870-1920.
I can make informed decisions based on the scarcity of resources.
I can describe the simple circular flow of goods and services, resources, and money in a market-based economy. Chapter 10
I can explain the impact of the Industrial Revolution on MN.
I can give a persuasive speech on a public issue. Chapter 12
I can explain reasons for immigration to Minnesota from 1870-1920. Chapter 13
I can describe the Progressive movements and their impact on Minnesotans from 1870-1920.
I can describe the national American Indian policy during 1870-1920.
I can explain the culture of MN in the early 1900s and how it affected Minnesotans involvement in WWI.
I can use data to explain a public issue. Chapter 15
I can describe types of income and ways to use that income to increase individual profit.
I can describe the impact of the Great Depression and the New Deal in MN.
I can compare and contrast the juvenile and adult justice systems. Chapter 16
I can describe how cultural changes and isolationism between WWI and WWII affected Minnesota.
I can describe Minnesota's contributions to WWII and explain the impact of WWII on the home front. Chapter 17
I can describe the Cold War and its impact on Minnesota and its people.
I can describe Minnesota's 19th Amendment (MN Human Rights Law of 1967) Chapter 18
I can describe the Civil Rights Movement (and other social movements) and explain how they impacted Minnesota.
I can describe American Indian nations today (sovereignty and treaty rights). Chapter 19
I can describe American Indian nations today (sovereignty and treaty rights). Chapter 20
I can explain modern immigration to MN
I can define citizenship and the process by which someone becomes a citizen. Geography plays an important role in the development of MN Indigeonous peoples of MN had distinct cultures shown by evidence and oral histories European exploration and trade in the upper Mississippi River region affected Dakota and Anishinaabe people and culture. US Settlement in the upper Mississippi River region impacted its cultural, physical, and political landscapes. The American Civil War and the Dakota Conflict of the 1860s had a social, political, and an economic impact on MN. Industrialization caused changes in Minnesota's economic, social, and political climate. The Reform Movements and the American
Indian Policy of the early 20th Century impacted
the political, social, and economic culture of MN. The World Wars created changes
in MN's economic, social, and political changes to MN. The Cold War brought economic, social, and political changes to MN. The 1960s brought new
reform movements and global conflicts issues to MN. New immigration patterns emerged in MN after the Cold War.
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