Common Core Curriculum: United States History: Grades 3-5 (Common Core History: The Alexandria Plan)

Common Core Curriculum: United States History: Grades 3-5 (Common Core History: The Alexandria Plan)

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Comprehensive Common Core curriculum for United States History, Grades 3-5 The Alexandria Plan is Common Core's curriculum tool for the teaching of United States and World History. It is a strategic framework for identifying and using high quality informational texts and narrative nonfiction to meet the expectations of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for English Language Arts (ELA) while also sharing essential historical knowledge drawn from the very best state history and civics standards from around the country. The curriculum is presented in this four volume series: Common Core Curriculum: United States History, Grades K-2; Common Core Curriculum: World History, Grades K-2; Common Core Curriculum: United States History, Grades 3-5; and Common Core Curriculum: World History, Grades 3-5. Features of each book include: * Learning Expectations, which articulate the key ideas, events, facts, and figures to be understood by students in a particular grade span. * Suggested anchor texts for each topic. * In depth text studies, comprised of text-dependent questions, student responses, and assessments based on a featured anchor text. * Select additional resources. * Concise Era Summaries that orient both teachers and students to the historical background. The curriculum helps teachers pose questions about texts covering a wide range of topics. This volume, Common Core Curriculum: United States History, Grades 3-5, introduces upper elementary students to 18 key eras in our country's history, from the original Native American people to modern times, through stories that they will treasure forever.

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Common Core, Inc. (commoncore.org) is a non-profit organization formed in 2007 to advocate for a content-rich liberal arts education in Americas K-12 schools. To improve education in America, Common Core creates curriculum materials, conducts professional development, and also promotes programs, policies, and initiatives at the local, state, and federal levels that provide students with challenging, rigorous instruction in the full range of liberal arts and sciences. Common Core, Inc. is not affiliated with the Common Core State Standards Initiative.

Contents

Introduction: How to Use the Alexandria Plan vii Text Studies Era 1 Across Beringia: Original People of North America (ca. 20,000 bce to ca. 1600 ce) 1 Text Study: The Discovery of the Americas: From Prehistory through the Age of Columbus by Betsy and Giulio Maestro Era 2 Driven to Discover: Europeans Establish the New World (Late 1400s to Late 1600s) 7 Text Study: Exploration and Conquest: The Americas after Columbus, 1500 1620 by Betsy and Giulio Maestro Era 3 Uniquely American: The Beginnings of a New Nationality (1607 to Late 1600s) 13 Text Study: We the People: The Thirteen Colonies by Marc Tyler Nobleman Era 4 Taxation without Representation: Tension Mounts (ca. 1660 to 1763) 19 Text Study: Making Thirteen Colonies: 1600 1740, chapter 38 A Nasty Triangle by Joy Hakim Era 5 Independence: America Gains Its Freedom (1763 to 1783) 25 Text Study: A History of US: From Colonies to Country: 1735 1791, chapter 11 A Taxing King by Joy Hakim Era 6 We the People: Building an American Republic (1776 to 1789) 31 Text Study: We the People: The Story of Our Constitution by Lynne Cheney Era 7 Democracy Made Real: America Passes the Torch (1789 to 1800) 37 Text Study: The Revolutionary John Adams by Cheryl Harness Era 8 Going West: Opportunity and Peril on America s Frontier (1800 to 1830s) 43 Text Study: A History of US: The New Nation: 1789 1850, chapter 22 Going Places by Joy Hakim Era 9 Freedom for All: American Democracy Begins to Transform (1820s to 1840s) 49 Text Study: Elizabeth Leads the Way: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the Right to Vote by Tanya Lee Stone Text Study: I Could Do That! Esther Morris Gets Women the Vote by Linda Arms White Era 10 A House Divided: North versus South (1820 to 1859) 57 Text Study: Words Set Me Free: The Story of Young Frederick Douglass by Lesa Cline-Ransome Text Study: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, chapter 7 by Frederick Douglass Era 11 Blue versus Gray: Civil War and Reconstruction (1860 to 1877) 63 Text Study: A Civil War Scrapbook: I Was There Too! by History Colorado Era 12 Resistance and Recovery: Rebuilding a War-Torn Nation (1870s to 1890s) 73 Text Study: Chief Joseph s Lincoln Hall Speech, 1879 Era 13 The Next Benchmark: America Is a Global Leader (1890s to 1920) 79 Text Study: Ellis Island by Elaine Landau Text Study: At Ellis Island: A History in Many Voices by Louise Peacock Era 14 The Great War: Rallying American Patriotism (1914 to 1929) 89 Text Study: Henry Ford: Putting the World on Wheels by the Editors of TIME For Kids with Dina El Nabli Era 15 Prosperity Has Its Price: Economic Collapse and World War II (1929 to 1945) 97 Text Study: World War II: An Overview by Scholastic Text Study: Franklin and Winston: A Christmas That Changed the World by Douglas Wood Era 16 The New American Dream: Freedom from Tyranny (1946 to Late 1950s) 105 Text Study: The Wall: Growing Up behind the Iron Curtain by Peter Sis Era 17 Communism and Counterculture: The Challenges of the 50s and 60s (1950s to Late 1960s) 113 Text Study: Moonshot: The Flight of Apollo 11 by Brian Floca Era 18 Modern Times: Presidential Scandals, Conservatism, and Unrest (1968 to Present) 121 Text Study: September 11 by Mary Englar Era Summaries 129 Era 1 Across Beringia: Original People of North America (ca. 20,000 bce to ca. 1600 ce) 131 Indigenous Peoples Arrive Distribution, Diversity, and Cultural Regions Native American Civilization in North America and Beyond The Effects of European Contact in the Americas Era 2 Driven to Discover: Europeans Establish the New World (Late 1400s to Late 1600s) 133 Europe Discovers the Americas European Rivals in the Americas Aims of British Settlement Differ by Region The Colonists Encounter the Native North Americans Era 3 Uniquely American: The Beginnings of a New Nationality (1607 to Late 1600s) 137 The Early Colonies: Regional Differences Abound Religious Tension and Tolerance The Rise, Entrenchment, and Regional Patterns of Slavery The Rise of Representative Government and Popular Power in the Colonies Era 4 Taxation Without Representation: Tension Mounts (ca. 1660 to 1763) 140 Britain Expands Its Rule over America The Colonies Become More Modern, British, and Like One Another The Colonies Role in the Empire Grows and Becomes More Complex Era 5 Independence: America Gains Its Freedom (1763 to 1783) 143 The French and Indian War Prods Britain to Seek Revenue from the Colonies The Colonies Reject British Taxation and Respond to the Stamp Act Crisis Builds toward Revolution The Revolutionary War: America Stands Up for Freedom, Britain for Its Empire Era 6 We the People: Building an American Republic (1776 to 1789) 147 Democratic Experiments: The Articles of Confederation and the State Constitutions The Constitutional Convention of 1787 The Battle for Ratification and the Call for a Bill of Rights Era 7 Democracy Made Real: America Passes the Torch (1789 to 1800) 151 Creating the National Government The First Party Schism The New Nation s Parties and Politics The Revolution of 1800 Era 8 Going West: Opportunity and Peril on America s Frontier (1800 to 1830s) 155 A Young and Fast-Expanding Nation America Defies the European Powers The Economy Transforms as Commerce Expands Era 9 Freedom for All: American Democracy Begins to Transform (1820s to 1840s) 159 The New Party Schism and the Jacksonian Era A More Perfect Society: Social Change and the Reform Movements After Its Post-Revolution Decline, Slavery Gains Strength Era 10 A House Divided: North versus South (1820 to 1859) 162 A Line in the Sand: Slavery in the Territories The Sectional Divide Grows The Divide Begins to Rend the Country Era 11 Blue versus Gray: Civil War and Reconstruction (1860 to 1877) 166 Secessionists and Unionists The War for the Union: 1861 1862 The War against Slavery: 1863 1865 The Rise and Fall of Reconstruction Era 12 Resistance and Recovery: Rebuilding a War-Torn Nation (1870s to 1890s) 172 Industrialization, Immigration, and Expansion The Strains of the Gilded Age The New South and the Rise of Jim Crow Era 13 The Next Benchmark: America Is a Global Leader (1890s to 1920) 176 The United States Looks Overseas Social Strain at Home and the Progressive Push for Reform The Limits of Progressivism and the Call for Civil Rights Era 14 The Great War: Rallying American Patriotism (1914 to 1929) 180 America Enters Europe s War The War at Home: Growth and Government, Patriotism, and Repression Post-War America: Prosperity and New Freedoms for Some Era 15 Prosperity Has Its Price: Economic Collapse and World War II (1929 to 1945) 184 Crash, Depression, and the New Deal Response Totalitarian Europe and Global Crisis: Alarm, Extremism, and Isolationism at Home The United States Joins the Second World War The World War II Home Front Era 16 The New American Dream: Freedom from Tyranny (1946 to Late 1950s) 191 The Soviet Union and the Emerging Cold War The Cold War at Home and the New Red Scare American Life in the Post-War Era The Renewed Civil Rights Movement Era 17 Communism and Counterculture: The Challenges of the 50s and 60s (1950s to Late 1960s) 197 The Superpowers Find an Uneasy Balance: Deterrence and the Battle for Hearts and Minds Cold War Tensions under Kennedy and Johnson Reform at Home: The Civil Rights Revolution and LBJ s Great Society The 60s: War, Counterculture, and Conflict Era 18 Modern Times: Presidential Scandals, Conservatism, and Unrest (1968 to Present) 203 Global Conflict and Diplomacy: Detente, China, and the Middle East The Cold War Ends, and European Communism Falls The Changing Post Cold War World Recent Trends: Global Ties and Conflicts Postscript: Recent Events (1992 to Present) Who Is Common Core 215 Acknowledgments 217 Index 219

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  • publication date: 23/05/2014
  • ISBN13: 9781118526965
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 240
  • ID: 9781118526965
  • weight: 568
  • ISBN10: 1118526961

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