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Another name forEast South North West
Horizontal lines on a map. They measure distance north and south of the Equator
The Compass Rose shows this on a map
Vertical lines on a map They measure distance east and west of the Prime Meridian
The imaginary line of latitude which is the midpoint of the world
Of America, Asia and Australia, the one which is not a continent
Hemisphere and continent of the United States
Countries which make up North America
Put the following in order from smallest to largest: Continent, hemisphere and country
Oceans which border the coasts of North and South America
Pacific Ocean Atlantic Ocean
This “Founding Father” led America during its struggle with England and then as its first President
The Wizard of Menlo Park (NJ) who was famous for the electric light
The “Great Emancipator” led America through the Civil War.
This important President led America through the Great Depression and World War II
He worked in Franklin Twp. And was famous for inventing the radio
This famous preacher had the right to assemble when he met millions in Washington DC or marched in the south
One pioneer broke the color barrier in baseball and the other brought rights to others in public transportation
Who were Jackie Robinson and Rosa Parks?
These two Presidents are responsible for the Civil Rights Bill of 1965
Who were John Kennedy who introduced the bill and Lyndon Johnson who signed it into law?
This “conductor” of the Underground Railroad regretted not freeing more slaves
A scientist, researcher and leader of the African American community at the turn of 1900s through World War II
The most basic Personal Right all American citizens are entitled to have President Lincoln and Sojourner Truth
What is to do as one wants as long as it doesn’t interfere with others?
Along with rights, every American citizen has this to others and to our country
What is a responsibility? erfe
Freedom from discrimination means everyone must be treated this way, no matter their race, religion, age or gender
What is treated equally?
Students’ rights are limited in school for two reasons
What are to ensure an education and to protect them from bullies?
Student responsibilities do not include paying taxes or doing jury duty. Instead their responsibilities may include (2)
How does the Constitution protect our basic rights? Bill of rights, Freedom of Expression, etc…
The History of Connecticut Written By Mr. Woods 4 th Grade Class.
Unit 6 4 th Grade Social Studies Vocabulary Click here to go to begin Click here to go to begin.
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
A person who by birth or choice owes allegiance to a nation You are born in the US or a territory At least 1 of your parents was a US citizen when.
VOTE? A Brief History of America’s Voting Rights So you think you can.
Rights vs. Responsibilities CAN I?I?. RIGHTS Definition: Things that you are allowed to do because of nature or because of law.
Typical Graph This is an example of a typical graph we are all familiar with. The graph is made up of different points with lines that connect the points.
How can maps help us to understand the world?. Vocabulary Map – Drawing of an area The person who makes maps Network of vertical and horizontal lines.
Map Skills 1. Continents 2. Oceans 3. Equator/Prime Meridian.
Famous Americans SOL 2.11 Famous Americans Jeopardy What Did They Contribute? George Washington & Abraham Lincoln Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500.
Game Board 300 Foreign Policy Foreign Policy Talkin bout a Revolution Constitution To bill or not to bill?: New Nation Go West Young Man Causes of Civil.
We The People Civics in Our Lives. Civics is the study of what it means to be a citizen.
7th Grade Maps and Geography Unit S. Smith Room 603.
Warm Up How many themes of Geography are there? 2. What are the seven continents of the world? 3. What are the earths four oceans? 4. What is the.
Famous Americans. Who Are They? B e t s y R o s s Ben Franklin George Washington George Washington Carver Abraham Lincoln S u s a n B. A n t h o n y Helen.
Learning Target: I can identify and explain the important parts of a map. Warm Up: List the 5 themes of geography and explain how each theme is represented.
Definitions Hemisphere: Half of the globe created by the prime meridian or the equator. Equator: An imaginary line around the middle of the earth that.
AlabamaLouisiana Voting Requirements in the South Many African Americans in these states lacked a quality education, and the tests were meant to exclude.
High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
\ EXAMPLE of something notable this person did … Don’t confuse this person with … Somebody from today’s world this person is like \ Characteristic … Characteristic.
Ms. Bloyds Jeopardy Emily Bloyd Third Grade Communities Bordering.
Chapter 4. Study Guide Sherry Woods, Caywood Elementary School Lexington, TN.
4 th Grade LEAP Assessment Guide All information is taken from Louisiana Department of Education Social Studies Assessment Guide.
The United States Constitution What?. You may be asking… Who is this old guy? What is this Constitution? Why in the world are we spending an hour and.
CE-Notes DO NOW-Bill of Rights Sheet Week 5: Do Now 1.Which branch has the power to veto laws? 2.Which branch has the power to override a veto?
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