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    Lesson 1 Geography of the Earth Objective: Students will review some geographic terms to read maps and globes.

    Lesson 2 Reading the Earth Objective: Students will recognize the hemispheres of the Earth and how to locate

    place on the Earth.

    Lesson 3 Seven Natural Regions of the Lower 48 Objective: Students learn more about the landforms of the 48 continuous states.

    Lesson 4 Rivers in America Objective: Students will explore the large bodies of water in America. Lesson 5 Geography Terms Objective: Students will be able to recognize the terms for some of the landforms; geography terms. Lesson 6 This is Your Life! Objective: Students will identify and describe the characteristics and purpose of a variety of geographic tools and technologies and the use of a timeline. Lesson 7 The Five Themes of Geography Objective: Describe ways in which the United States can be divided into different regions (e.g. political regions, economic regions, landform regions, vegetation regions). Lesson 8 First People Objectives: Students will use maps to locate peoples in the desert Southwest, the Pacific Northwest, the nomadic nations of the Great Plains, and the woodland peoples east of the of the Mississippi River (Eastern Woodland). Compare how American Indians in the desert Southwest and the Pacific Northwest adapted to or modified the environment. Describe Eastern Woodland American Indian life with respect to governmental and family structures, trade, and views on property ownership and land use. Lesson 9 Who lives in North America? Objective: Students learn about how the Indians of North America lived depending on which section or region they lived in.

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    Lesson 10 The American Indians Objective: Students learn more about the tribes of the first Indians of North America. Lesson 11 Who Named That State? Objective: Students learn that the Native Americans named many of our states. Lesson 12 Travels Objective: Students are introduced to movement of the Old World to the New World through explorers. Lesson 13 Right of Discovery and Conquest Objective: Students learn what the Right of Discovery and Conquest means to the explorers of America. Lesson 14 Christopher Columbus Objective: Students learn more about the explorers from Spain. They will come to understand how so many countries came to claim land in North America. Lesson 15 Spanish Explorers Objective: Students learn more of the individual explorers and stories of life in Europe. Lesson 16 European Explorers Timeline Objective: Students will examine the causes and consequences of European exploration of the New World in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Lesson 17 European Explorers Objective: Students learn more about the movement of people from Europe to North America beginning colonies. Lesson 18 Pocahontas Objective: Students learn about the first colonies and their hardships. Lesson 19 French and Dutch Colonies Objective: Students will understand why colonial America was settled in regions.

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    Lesson 20 Religious Freedom Objective: Student recognize why religious freedom was a reason for leaving Europe and coming to the New World. Lesson 21 A Celebration Objective: Students learn how the immigrants survived in North America; how they learned to relate to the Native Americans. Lesson 22 Puritans Objective: Students focus on another group of immigrants leaving for religious freedom. Lesson 23 Fundamentalists Objective: Students learn more about the formation of Puritan communities and how they differed from other colonies. Lesson 24 Three Regions of Colonies Objective: Students will learn how the regions of the colonies affected their way of life. Lesson 25 New England Colonies Objective: Students will learn about important people of the colonies. Lesson 26 Review Lesson Students will review information about the founding of the colonies. Objective Lesson 27 The 13 Colonies Objective: Student learn when and why each of the original colonies were established. Lesson 28 Three Regions Objective: Students learn to separate the colonies by location. Lesson 29 Review and Study Objective: Student will review the establishment of the colonies.

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    Lesson 30 Test Objective: Students will be assessed on information they have learned in regards to the origin of the colonies. Lesson 31 Colonial Life Objectives: Students learn about life in the Colonies and how are they alike and different? Lesson 32 Triangular Trade Route Objectives: Students learn where the colonists traded and what they traded. Lesson 33 Colonial Communities Objectives: Students learn that the 13 Colonies had big cities, small towns, and farms of all sizes. Lesson 34 Every Day Life Objectives: Students learn about the schooling, religious services and reading in Colonial Days. Lesson 35 Slavery in the Colonies Objectives: Students learn about slavery in the Colonies in the 1700s and review Colonial Life. Lesson 36 Who Owns that Land? Objectives: Students will focus on how the Spanish expanded in the New World through establishing colonies in Florida and New Mexico. Lesson 37 Where were the French Settlers? Objectives: Students learn about the colonization of the French in the New World. Lesson 38 The French and Indian War Objectives: Students learn about why the French and Indian war happened and what they were fighting about. Lesson 39 The Proclamation of 1763 Objectives: Students explore the results of the French and Indian War.

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    Lesson 40 Meet the People Objectives: Students learn about important people of this time period. Lesson 41 No taxation without Representation! Objectives: Students learn how the British taxing the colonists affected their relationship. Lesson 42 The Boston Massacre Objectives: Students learn about the events in Boston that brought Britain and the colonist closer to war. Lesson 43 Think and Review Objectives: Students will review the events leading up to the Revolutionary War. Lesson 44 April 18, 1775 - Poem Objectives: Students learn about the events, cause and effects of the Revolutionary War and that it begins with battles at Lexington and Concord. Lesson 45 Biography of Paul Revere Objectives: Students learn of the events and people during this time period in American History. Lesson 46 Biography of George Washington Objectives: Students learn about George Washington. Lesson 47 The Red Coats Objectives: Students learn about the people, places and cultures of the Revolutionary War. Lesson 48 The Shot Heard Around the World Objectives: Students learn about the battles that began the Revolutionary War. Lesson 49 Declaring Independence Objectives: Students learn more about the Declaration of Independence.

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    Lesson 50 Review Important Events Objectives: Students will review and think about the main ideas for some of the important events from The French and Indian War to beginning of Revolutionary War. Lesson 51 Who are our heroes? Objectives: Students will understand a leader demonstrates certain traits, qualities, or characteristics. Leaders exist in America today and existed in early American history as well. Lesson 52 Common Sense Objectives: Students understand U. S. History through 1880 and also know and understands significant events that led to the American Revolution. Lesson 53 Colonialists at War Objectives: Students learn about the events of the Revolutionary War. Lesson 54 The Turning Point Objectives: Students continue to follow the events of the Revolutionary War. Lesson 55 Some Women of the Revolutionary War Objectives: Students learn about the support people during the Revolutionary War. Lesson 56 Help from other Countries Objectives: Students learn how America was supported by other countries to fight the Revolutionary War. Lesson 57 Victory at Yorktown Objectives: Students learn how the Americans won their freedom and the events of the war. Lesson 58 Battles 1776-1781 Objectives: Students review the events for the years from 1776-17781. Lesson 59 Read and Review Objectives: Students will read for main ideas and review facts from the lessons.

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    Lesson 60 Assessment Objectives: Students will be assessed on their understanding of the events during the Revolutionary War. Lesson 61 A New Nation Objectives: Students learn about the formation of the government. The new nation struggled to govern itself under the Articles of Confederation. Lesson 62 Rebellion Objectives: Students learn more of the reasons the New Nation needed to change the Article of Confederation Plan to govern the United States.

    Lesson 63 The Continental Convention Objectives: Students will develop an understanding of the process for establishing a government.

    Lesson 64 The Preamble Objectives: The students will read and take time to memorize the Preamble to the Constitution as it states the goals of the Constitution.

    Lesson 65 Checks and Balances Objectives: Students learn the way the Constitution provided for a balance in power.

    Lesson 66 Ratifying the Constitution Objectives: Students understand the process of ratifying the Constitution.

    Lesson 67 The Amendments Objectives: Students learn about a democratic government and amendments.

    Lesson 68 Review Lesson Objectives: Students demonstrate their understanding of the formation of the new government.

    Lesson 69 Core Democratic Values Objectives: Students will take a closer look at the Core Democratic Values.

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    Lesson 70 Citizenship Objectives: Students will reflect on the responsibilities of being a citizen of the United States.

    Lesson 71 How are Laws made? Objectives: Students will follow the process of how a law is made.

    Lesson 72 A President Objectives: The students learn more about how a person becomes eligible to be President of the United States.

    Lesson 73 Representatives Objectives: Students learn who Representatives are and what their jobs are in the government.

    Lesson 74 Senators Objectives: Students learn what the qualifications are to become a Senator in the United States Government.

    Lesson 75 The State Government Objectives: Students will understand what they learned about the National Government is also true of the State Government.

    Lesson 76 The Buildings of Importance Objectives: Students will learn about our governmental buildings.

    Lesson 77 Other Symbols of America Objectives: Students will be introduced to additional symbols of America, so they can recognize them and understand what they stand for. Lesson 78 Political Parties Objectives: Students learn how political parties developed in the new government. Lesson 79 IOUs Objectives: the students learn how the United States proposed to pay their debt for the war.

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    Lesson 80 Two Persons of Interest Objectives: Students learn about a frontier legend and our first Vice President.

    Lesson 81 Looking West Objectives: Students will look at how the New Nation doubled its size and expanded settlements westward.

    Lesson 82 Lewis and Clark Objectives: Students learn about the geographic, political and cultural factors that characterized early exploration to the Americas.

    Lesson 83 Waragain! Objectives: Students learn how Britain continued to try to control the United States and the need to fight to gain freedom at sea and with the westward development.

    Lesson 84 Tecumseh Objectives: Students learn more about one of the famous Indians.

    Lesson 85 Look at a Time-Line Objectives: Students learn about events that occurred from 1789-1812.

    Lesson 86 Changes in America: 1820s-1830s Objectives: Students learn about the expansion of North America and its power in the Western Hemisphere.

    Lesson 87 Improvements and Growth Objectives: The student will learn more about the tools the Americans developed that expanded their growth.

    Lesson 88 Era of Good Feelings Objectives: Students learn about the document that kept other countries from claiming land in America.

    Lesson 89 Events of a Growing Nation Objective: Student compare...

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