Unpacking the Standards”

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“Unpacking the Standards”:
Georgia in a Divided Nation
8th Grade Social Studies
Mr. Short
Lesson 1: Westward
Expansion
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History Standard – SS8H5
The student will explain significant
factors that affected the development
of Georgia as part of the growth of
the United States between 1789 and
1840.
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SS8H5 Elements
a. Explain the establishment of the
University of Georgia, Louisville, and the
spread of Baptist and Methodist
churches.
b. Evaluate the impact of land policies
pursued by Georgia; include the headright
system, land lotteries, and the Yazoo land
fraud.
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SS8H5 Elements
c. Explain how technological developments,
including the cotton gin and railroads,
had an impact on Georgia’s growth.
Lesson 1: Westward Expansion
Explain
Explain
Explain
Evaluat e
Lesson 1: Westward Expansion
Westward
Expansion
Universit y of
Georgia
Cott on Gin
Explain
Louisville
(movement of
GA's Capit al)
Est ablishm ent
and/or Spread
Spread of
Bapt ist and
Met hodist
churches
Explain
Significant factors that
affect ed t he
development of GA
bet ween 1789 - 1840
Explain
T echnological
development s
im pact on GA's
growth
Evaluat e
Railroads
Headright
Syst em
Impact of land
policies
pursued by GA
Land Lot teries
Yazoo Land
Fraud
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Lesson 2: Indian Removal
History Standard – SS8H5
The student will explain significant
factors that affected the development
of Georgia as part of the growth of
the United States between 1789 and
1840.
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standard
SS8H5 Elements
d. Analyze the events that led to the removal
of Creeks and Cherokees; include the
roles of Alexander McGillivray, William
McIntosh, Sequoyah, John Ross,
Dahlonega Gold Rush, Worcester v.
Georgia, Andrew Jackson, John
Marshall, and the Trail of Tears.
Lesson 2: Indian Removal
Explain
Analyze
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Lesson 2: Indian Removal
Indian
Removal
Explain
Significant factors that
affect ed t he
development of GA
bet ween 1789 - 1840
Analyze
Event s that led
t o the rem oval
of Creeks and
Cherokees
Include
Alexander
McGillivary
William
McInt osh
Sequoyah
John Ross
Dahlonega
Gold Rush
Worcester v.
Goergia
Andrew
Jackson
John Marshall
T rail of T ears
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Lesson 3: Antebellum Georgia
History Standard – SS8H6
The student will analyze the impact of
the Civil War and Reconstruction on
Georgia.
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SS8H6 Elements
a. Explain the importance of key issues and
events that led to the Civil War; include
slavery, states’ rights, nullification,
Missouri Compromise, Compromise of
1850 and the Georgia Platform, KansasNebraska Act, Dred Scott case, election
of 1860, the debate over secession in
Georgia, and the role of Alexander
Stephens.
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Lesson 3: Antebellum Georgia
Economics Standard – SS8E1
The student will give examples of the
kinds of goods and services
produced in Georgia in different
historical periods.
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Lesson 3: Antebellum Georgia
Economics Standard – SS8E2
The student will explain the benefits of
free trade.
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SS8E2 Elements
a. Describe how Georgians have
engaged in trade in different
historical time periods.
Lesson 3: Antebellum Georgia
Analyze
In
Describe
Give
Explain
Include
During
Lesson 3: Antebellum Georgia
Antebellum
Georgia
Analyze
Differnet
Historical time
periods
In
How Georgians
have engaged in
trade
Describe
Impact of the Civil War
and Reconstruction on
Georgia
Give
Examples of goods
and services
produced in GA
During
Different
Historical
Time Periods
Explain
Importance of
key issues and
events that led
to the Civil War
Include
Slavery
State's Rights
Nullification
Missouri
Compromise
Compromise
of 1850
KansasNebraska Act
Dred Scott
Case
Election of
1860
Debate over
secession in
GA
Role of
Alexander
Stephens
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Lesson 4: The Civil War
History Standard – SS8H6
The student will analyze the impact of
the Civil War and Reconstruction on
Georgia.
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SS8H6 Elements
b. State the importance of key events
of the Civil War; include Antietam,
Emancipation Proclamation,
Gettysburg, Chickamauga, the
Union blockade of Georgia’s coast,
Sherman’s Atlanta Campaign,
Sherman’s March to the Sea, and
Andersonville.
Lesson 4: The Civil War
Analyze
State
Include
Lesson 4: The Civil War
Civil W ar
Analyze
Impact of the Civil W ar
and Reconst ruct ion on
Georgia
State
Importance of
Key Event s of
t he Civil War
Include
Antiet am
Emancipat ion
P roclamation
Gett ysburg
Chickam auga
Union
Blockade of
GA's Coast
Sherman's
At lant a
Campaign
Sherman's
March t o t he
Sea
Andersonville
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Lesson 5: Reconstruction
History Standard – SS8H6
The student will analyze the impact of
the Civil War and Reconstruction on
Georgia.
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SS8H6 Elements
c. Analyze the impact of Reconstruction
on Georgia and other southern states,
emphasizing Freedmen’s Bureau;
sharecropping and tenant farming;
Reconstruction plans; 13th, 14th, and
15th amendments to the constitution;
Henry McNeal Turner and black
legislators; and the Ku Klux Klan.
Lesson 5: Reconstruction
Analyze
Analyze
Emphasizing
Lesson 5: Reconstruction
Reconst ruction
Analyze
Impact of the Civil W ar
and Reconst ruct ion on
Georgia
Analyze
Impact of
Reconst ruction on
Georgia and ot her
sout hern st ates
Emphasizing
Freedm en's
Bureau
Sharecropping
and tenant
farming
Reconst ruction
plans
13th, 14t h,
15th,
Amendm ent s
Henry
McNeal
T urner
Black
Legislat ors
Ku Klux Klan