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Test Standards

  1. (6-G1.1.1 ) Globes & Maps
  2. (6-G1.1.2) Draw a Map
  3. (6-G1.2.1) Geographic Skills
  4. (6-G1.2.2 ) Types of Maps
  5. (6-G1.2.3) Using Maps
  6. (6-G1.2.4) Using Images
  7. (6-G1.2.5) Geographic Information Systems
  8. (6-G1.2.6&2.8) Population Distribution
  9. (6-G1.3.1) Geographic Themes
  10. (6-G1.3.3) Interdependence
  1. (6-G2.1.1&1.3) Ecosystems & Climates
  2. (6-G2.1.2) Plate Tectonics
  3. (6-G2.2.1) Human Characteristics
  4. (6-G2.2.2 ) Technology's Impact
  5. (6-G2.2.3 ) Perceptions of Places
  6. (6-G2.2.4) Population Pyramids
  1. (6-G3.1.1 ) Climate Locations
  2. (6-G3.1.2 ) Causes of Climates
  3. (6-G3.2.1&2.2) Ecosystems
  1. (6-G4.1.1) Cultural Change
  2. (6-G4.1.2) Gender Roles
  3. (6-G4.1.3&1.4) Language & Religion
  4. (6-G4.2.1) Transportation & Communication
  5. (6-G4.3.1) Environmental Modifications
  6. (6-G4.3.2 ) Settlement Patterns
  7. (6-G4.3.3) Migrations
  8. (6-G4.4.1&4.2) Cultural Conflict & Cooperation
  1. (6-G5.1.1&1.2) Technology & the Environment
  2. (6-G5.1.3&1.4) Environmental Changes
  3. (6-G5.2.2) Natural Disasters
  1. (6- C1.1.1&.2) Nature of Civic Life, Politics, & Government
  2. (6-C3.6.1&.2) Characteristics of Nation-States
  3. (6-C4.3.1-.3) Conflict and Cooperation Between and Among Nations
  4. (6-E1.1.1) Individual, Business, and Government Choices
  5. (6-E2.3.1) Role of Government
  6. (6-E3.1.1) Economic Interdependence
  7. (6-E3.1.2) Circular Flow
  8. (6-E3.1.3) Economic Interactions
  9. (6-E3.3.1) Economic Systems
  10. (6-E3.3.2) Ecological Costs
  1. (7-W1.1.1&1.2) Paleolithic Era
  2. (7-W1.2.1-2.3 ) The Agricultural Revolution
  3. (7-W1.2.4) River Valley Civilizations
  1. (7-W2.1.1) Language Development
  2. (7-W2.1.2) Impact of Agriculture
  3. (7-W2.1.3&1.4) River Civilizations
  4. (7-W2.1.5) Cultural Diffusion
  5. (7-W2.1.6) Pastoralism
  1. (7-W3.1.1 & 1.2) Cultural Similarities of Major Empires
  2. (7–W3.1.3 ) Demographic Concept
  3. (7-W3.1.4) Greek Influence
  4. (7-W3.1.5 ) Achievements & Contributions
  5. (7-W3.1.6) Trade Networks
  6. (7-W3.1.7) Cultural Integration
  7. (7-W3.1.8&1.9) State Authority
  8. (7-W3.1.10) Timelines of Classical Empires
  9. (7-W3.1.11) Economics in Classical Empires
  10. (7–W3.2.1&2.2) Six World Religions
  1. (7-W4.1.1) Crisis in the Classical World
  2. (7-W4.1.2) World Religions
  3. (7-W4.1.3) Trade Networks and Contacts
  4. (7-W4.2.1) Growth of Islam and Dar al-Islam
  5. (7-W4.2.2 ) Unification of Eurasia under the Mongols
  6. (7-W4.2.3) The Plague
  7. (7-W4.3.1) Africa to 1500
  8. (7-W4.3.2 ) The Americas to 1500
  9. (7-W4.3.3 ) China to 1500
  10. (7-W4.3.4) Western Europe to 1500
  1. (7H1.1.1) Temporal Thinking
  2. (H1.2.1-3) Historical Sources
  3. (H1.2.4-6) Historical Perspectives
  4. (H1.4.1-3) Historical Understanding
  5. (7-G1.2.1-G4.4.2) Geographical Inquiry and Analysis
  6. (7-C1.1-.2) Nature of Civic Life, Politics, & Government
  7. (7-C3.6.1&.2) Characteristics of Nation-States
  8. (7-C4.3.1&.2) Conflict and Cooperation Between and Among Nations
  9. (7-E2.&E.3) Economics
  1. (F1.1) Pre-Independence America
  2. (F1.2 ) The Declaration of Independence
  3. (F1.3 ) The Effects of the American Revolution
  1. (8-U3.3.1&3.2) Articles of Confederation
  2. (8-U3.3.3) The Constitutional Convention
  3. (8-U3.3.4) Constitutional Compromises
  4. (8-U3.3.5 ) Ratifying the Constitution
  5. (8-U3.3.6 ) The Bill of Rights
  6. (8-U3.3.7) Foundational Documents
  1. (8-U4.1.1) Washington’s Farewell
  2. (8-U4.1.2) Establishing America’s Place in the World
  3. (8-U4.1.3) Challenge of Political Conflict
  4. (8-U4.1.4) Establishing a National Judiciary and Its Power
  5. (8-U4.2.1) Comparing Northeast & the South
  6. (8-U4.2.2) The Institution of Slavery
  7. (8-U4.2.3&2.4) Westward Expansion & Its Consequences
  8. (8-U4.3.1 ) America's Education System
  9. (8-U4.3.2) The Abolitionist Movement
  10. (8-U4.3.3) Antebellum Women's Movement
  11. (8-U4.3.4) Antebellum Temperance Movement
  12. (8-U4.3.5) Religion & Antebellum Movements
  1. (8-U5.1.1) Free vs. Slave
  2. (8-U5.1.2) The Northwest Ordinance
  3. (8-U5.1.3) States' Rights
  4. (8-U5.1.4) Sectional Tension
  5. (8-U5.1.5 ) Resistance to Slavery
  6. (8-U5.1.6) The Civil War & the Constitutional Convention
  7. (8-U5.2.1 ) Secession
  8. (8-U5.2.2) Union Victory
  9. (8-U5.2.3) Lincoln's Presidency
  10. (8-U5.2.4 ) African Americans in the Civil War
  11. (8-U5.2.5) Civil War: The Home Front
  12. (8-U5.3.1 ) Reconstruction
  13. (8-U5.3.2) Responses to the War's End
  14. (8-U5.3.3) Resistance to Reconstruction
  15. (8-U5.3.4) The "Civil War" Amendments
  16. (8-U5.3.5) Ending Reconstruction