Performance Indicator - SS1.E.3A:
Students gather and organize information about the important accomplishments of individuals and groups, including Native American Indians, living in their neighborhoods and communities.
Performance Indicator - SS1.E.3B:
Students classify information by type of activity; social, political, economic, technological, scientific, cultural, or religious.
Performance Indicator - SS1.E.3C:
Students identify individuals who have helped to strengthen democracy in the United States and throughout the world.
Performance Indicator - SS1.I.3A:
Students complete well-documented and historically accurate case studies about individuals and groups who represent different ethnic, national and religious groups, including Native American Indians, in New York State and the United States at different times in different locations.
Performance Indicator - SS1.I.3B:
Students gather and organize information about the important achievements and contributions of individuals and groups living in New York State and the United States.
Performance Indicator - SS1.I.3C:
Students describe how ordinary people and famous historic figures in the local community, State, and the United States have advanced the fundamental democratic values, beliefs, and traditions expressed in the Declaration of Independence, the New York State and the United States Constitutions, the Bill of Rights, and other important historical documents.
Performance Indicator - SS1.I.3D:
Students classify major developments into categories such as social, political, economic, geographic, technological, scientific, cultural, or religious.
Performance Indicator - SS1.C.3A:
Students compare and contrast the experience of different ethnic, national, and religious groups, including Native American Indians, in the United States, explaining their contributions to American society and culture.
Performance Indicator - SS1.C.3B:
Students research and analyze the major themes and developments in New York State and United States history (e.g., colonization and settlement; Revolution and New National Period; immigration; expansion and reform era; Civil War and Reconstruction; The American labor movement; Great Depression; World Wars; contemporary United States).
Performance Indicator - SS1.C.3C:
Students prepare essays and oral reports about the important social, political, economic, scientific, technological, and cultural developments, issues, and events from New York State and United States history.
Performance Indicator - SS1.C.3D:
Students understand the interrelationships between world events and developments in New York State and the United States (e.g., causes for immigration, economic opportunities, human rights abuses, and tyranny versus freedom).