Process Skills Strand


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USH1.1.01
Interpret Maps



USH1.1.02
Physical and political and political
features of local and world regions



USH1.1.03
Primary and secondary documents



USH1.1.04
Interpreting historical narratives



Colonization


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USH1.5.05
Reasons for Immigration to
America from 1600-1750



USH1.5.06
New England, Middle,
and Southern Colonies



USH1.5.07
Relationship between Colonies and
European nations



American Government and Political Parties


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Enlightenment thinkers, early
colonial and founding
US documents



USH1.5.09
Origins of US Constitution



USH1.5.10
Constitutional Interpretation during
early republic



USH1.5.11
Origins of two-party system
Federalists and Anti-Federalist



USH1.5.12
Rise-and-fall of political parties
from 1789-1877, including
3rd parties



USH1.5.13
Confederacy's political reasons for
secession



Westward Expansion and Native American Culture


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Westward expansion from Colonial
Era-late 19th century



USH1.5.15
Cultural differences between
European-Americans and
Native Americans



USH1.5.16
"Broken Promises" between the
Colonies/US government and
Native American tribes



Slavery and Challenging Oppression


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Origins, motives, and impact of
slavery



USH1.5.18
Economic impacts of slavery



USH1.5.19
Political power of the institution of
slavery and how it led to
sectionalism



USH1.5.20
Oppression in US History based on
race, gender, religion, and
economic status



USH1.5.21
Reform movements in response
to oppression