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Social Studies Objectives Grade 4 Mrs. Cangero. Unit 1: Geography of Florida Reading Objective: Identify main ideas and the details that support them.

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1 Social Studies Objectives Grade 4 Mrs. Cangero

2 Unit 1: Geography of Florida Reading Objective: Identify main ideas and the details that support them Chapter 1: Florida: Land, Water, and Sun – Lesson 1: The Land Describe the shape and location of Florida Describe Florida’s elevation Identify the kinds of bodies of water in Florida Identify coastal features of Florida Explain how Archie Carr pursued his interest in the environment and helped to protect the environment Read an elevation map to draw conclusions about the elevation of Florida and other parts of the United States – Lesson 2: The Climate Describe the climate of Florida Identify details about specific weather features of Florida Explain the dangerous effects that hurricanes can have Identify ways the Evan Forde demonstrates responsibility and makes Florida safer

3 Unit 1: Geography of Florida Reading Objective: Identify main ideas and the details that support them Chapter 2: The Regions of Florida – Lesson 1: Physical Regions Identify criteria used to define a physical region, such as landforms and vegetation Identify details about Florida’s physical regions Describe characteristics of the Everglades and the Florida Keys Summarize Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings’s feelings about Florida Use a map scale to calculate distances between places in Florida – Lesson 2: Where Are the People? Identify key features of Florida’s population Identify human criteria, such as population, used to define a region Identify major population centers in the coastal areas of Florida Describe Maurice Ferre’s contribution to the city of Miami Compare and contrast the land and economy of Florida and Italy

4 Unit 1: Geography of Florida Reading Objective: Identify main ideas and the details that support them Chapter 2: The Regions of Florida (cont.) – Lesson 3: Using the Land and Water Explain how resources vary from region to region Identify Florida’s natural resources Identify products from Florida’s land Identify products from Florida’s waters Explain viewpoints about the Everglades Describe the costs and benefits associated with alternate choices

5 Unit 2: Florida Long Ago Reading Objective: Analyze information by comparing and contrasting Chapter 3: Early People of Florida – Lesson 1: The Earliest People Compare and contrast Florida land and ways of life before and after the glaciers melted Explain how early Native Americans might have migrated to Florida Describe the ways of life of the earliest Native Americans in Florida – Lesson 2: Native Americans Compare and contrast the cultural, social, and political ways of life of Native Americans in Florida Explain the development of Native American cultural groups in Florida Describe how early Native American cultural groups in Florida used the environment to meet their needs Compare and contrast the ways of Florida Native Americans with those of Arctic Inuits Interpret a cross-section diagram

6 Unit 2: Florida Long Ago Reading Objective: Analyze information by comparing and contrasting Chapter 4: Europeans Come to Florida – Lesson 1: Early Exploration Compare and contrast early European explorers in the Americas Explain the importance of Ponce de Leon and other Spanish explorers to the history of Florida Summarize early relations between Spaniards and Native Americans Explain why Spain failed to establish a colony in Florida by 1561 Describe Ponce de Leon’s contribution to the development of Florida – Lesson 2: The French Try to Colonize Compare and contrast early French expeditions to Florida Identify French explorers Jean Ribault and Rene Laudonniere and explain their importance to Florida history Describe how Spanish troops defeated the French in Florida Identify and interpret primary and secondary sources

7 Unit 2: Florida Long Ago Reading Objective: Analyze information by comparing and contrasting Chapter 4: Europeans Come to Florida (cont.) – Lesson 3: Spanish Florida Compare and contrast early Spanish settlements and missions in Florida Explain the role of Pedro Menendez de Aviles in the development of Florida Describe the connection between the Spanish Main and Spanish colonies in Florida Explain the purpose of missions and describe life on a mission Identify the effects of Spanish rule in Florida Explain the role of Pedro Menendez de Aviles in the colonization of Florida Describe shipwrecks and salvage efforts in waters off Florida – Lesson 4: The Seminole Explain how the Seminole and Africans worked to keep their freedom Explain how the Seminole culture developed in Florida Identify the role the Black Militia played in the founding of Fort Mose Explain how the Seminole kept their culture from disappearing Identify achievements and contributions of Betty Mae Jumper Describe Francisco Menendez’s fight for freedom and fairness Identify the contribution of Francisco Menendez to the development of Florida

8 Unit 3: From Colony to State Reading Objective: Analyze information by identifying cause-and-effect relationships Chapter 5: Conflict and Change – Lesson 1: Changing Flags Describe the conflict Spanish settlers faced from British colonists to the north and some Native Americans in Florida Explain why the British divided their Florida colony into East Florida and West Florida Identify the effects of British rule during the colonial period Identify events in the second period of Spanish colonial rule in Florida Identify the changes that took place after Florida became a United States territory List Anna Kingsley’s achievements Interpret and use a time line Compare and contrast the culture and history of Florida and Venezuela – Lesson 2: The Seminole Wars Identify the causes and effects of the First Seminole War Identify the causes of the Second Seminole War and explain the effects of the Seminole Wars on Native Americans Identify the causes and effects of the Third Seminole War Identify the contributions of Osceola to the development of Florida Analyze information resources to obtain information

9 Unit 3: From Colony to State Reading Objective: Analyze information by identifying cause-and-effect relationships Chapter 6: From Territory to State – Lesson 1: Life in Florida Identify the role of plantations and slavery in the Florida Territory Explain the role of homesteaders in the Florida Territory Describe Florida towns of the early 1800s Identify changes that the steam engine brought to Florida Describe early uses of steam power Explain how Dr. John Gorrie’s inventions demonstrate caring – Lesson 2: Florida Becomes a State Explain the effect of national politics on Florida’s path to statehood Identify key events leading to statehood for Florida Describe key steps in the establishment of Florida’s state government Identify the role of David Levy Yulee in Florida statehood Identify point of view

10 Unit 4: A Changing State Reading Objective: Analyze information by identifying the sequence of events Chapter 7: War and Its Aftermath – Lesson 1: The Civil War Identify causes of the Civil War Order key events of the Civil War in Florida and the nation as a whole Describe the role Floridians played in the Civil War Describe life in an army camp during the Civil War Identify items used by Civil War soldiers and the importance of each Take notes from informational reading – Lesson 2: Reconstruction and Beyond Describe the challenges Florida faced during Reconstruction Describe the status of African Americans in Florida during and after Reconstruction Identify the contributions of James Weldon Johnson to culture and literature Identify the contributions of Mary McLeod Bethune to the development of Florida

11 Unit 4: A Changing State Reading Objective: Analyze information by identifying the sequence of events Chapter 8: Growth and Development – Lesson 1: Transportation and Travel Identify ways the economy of Florida grew after the Civil War Describe how the geographic features of Florida, including beaches and waterways, influenced its development Describe how the growth of railroads affected Florida Explain how tourism affected the growth of Florida Identify the contributions of Henry Flagler to the development of Florida Read a time zone map – Lesson 2: A Growing Economy Explain how the geographic features of Florida – its wetlands – made usable land scarce and influenced development Describe how economic development affected the use of land and other natural resources in Florida Explain why many Cuban immigrants came to Florida after the Civil War List the contributions of Vicente Martinez Ybor Identify the role of Lue Gim Gong in the growth of Florida’s citrus industry

12 Unit 4: A Changing State Reading Objective: Analyze information by identifying the sequence of events Chapter 8: Growth and Development (cont.) – Lesson 3: The Spanish-American War Order events in the Spanish-American War Explain why the United States went to war against Spain Describe how the Spanish-American War affected the role of the United States in the world Describe the effect the Spanish-American War had on Florida Compare and contrast the Spanish-American War in Cuba and the Philippines – Lesson 4: A Growing Population Identify countries and states from which immigrants to Florida came in the late 1800s and early 1900s Explain how urbanization affected Florida in the early 1900s Explain why Florida’s population increased so rapidly in the early 1900s Read and interpret line and bar graphs

13 Unit 5: FL in The Twentieth Century Reading Objective: Summarize passages of text by rewriting key ideas and supporting details Chapter 9: Boom, Bust, and War – Lesson 1: The Booming 1920s Describe what Florida was like during the land boom of the 1920s Identify Florida’s population centers in the 1920s and trace how they developed Analyze the causes and effects of the growth of highways in Florida in the 1920s Explain how falling land prices and the hurricane of 1926 changed Florida Read a road map to find routes from one place to another – Lesson 2: Hard Times and War Outline the causes of the Great Depression Describe how Florida changed during the 1930s Summarize Florida’s importance in World War II Identify the contributions of significant individuals, such as Zora Neale Hurston, during the 1930s and 1940s Identify the contributions of significant individuals, such as Jacqueline Cochran, before and after World War II

14 Unit 5: FL in The Twentieth Century Reading Objective: Summarize passages of text by rewriting key ideas and supporting details Chapter 10: Moving Forward – Lesson 1: Changing Times Summarize the Civil Rights Movement in Florida and explain the changes it brought Describe ways in which life in Florida has changed since World War II Explain how improvements in transportation and communication changed Florida Identify the contributions of a significant individual, such as Charles Kenzie “C.K.” Steele, who worked to end racial discrimination in Florida Compare and contrast the cultures of Florida and Japan in the 1960s – Lesson 2: The Space Program Describe the beginnings of the space program in Florida Identify key events in the space program Explain how the space program has affected Florida Use primary and secondary sources, such as visual information, to acquire information Use an inset map to acquire information

15 Unit 5: FL in The Twentieth Century Reading Objective: Summarize passages of text by rewriting key ideas and supporting details Chapter 10: Moving Forward (cont.) – Lesson 3: Tourism Takes Off Explain why tourism increased after World War II Identify major tourist developments in Florida and describe their economic impact Identify natural and historic attractions in the state and explain why they are important Identify the contributions of significant individuals, such as John D. Pennekamp, whose efforts helped to protect some of Florida’s most valuable natural resources Use a search engine to obtain appropriate information on a research topic

16 Unit 6: Florida Today Reading Objective: Analyze information by drawing conclusions Chapter 11: Florida’s People – Lesson 1: Who Lives in Florida? Define a cultural group Understand that many cultural groups make up the population of Florida Identify social, cultural, economic, and political contributions cultural groups have made to Florida Compare the sister cities of Tallahassee, Florida, and Konongo-Odumasi, Ghana Use latitude and longitude to determine location – Lesson 2: Traditions, Festivals, and Contributions Identify holidays and festivals that are shared by Florida’s people Explain why different cultural groups celebrate their heritage in Florida Identify contributions and accomplishments of Floridians Understand how people and their traditions contribute to Florida Identify the contributions of significant individuals, such as Gloria Estefan, to Florida’s cultural heritage

17 Unit 6: Florida Today Reading Objective: Analyze information by drawing conclusions Chapter 12: Florida at Work – Lesson 1: Jobs in Florida Define the concept of income and identify ways people earn an income Identify jobs in Florida’s service industry Understand the ways workers in Florida earn income in agriculture Understand the ways workers in Florida earn income in manufacturing and mining Identify the contributions of significant individuals, such as Maria Bailey, to Florida business – Lesson 2: What Workers Do with Their Money Know examples from Florida history that demonstrate an understanding that decisions involve opportunity costs and that making effective decisions involves considering costs and benefits Know examples of scarcity in Florida Understand the concept of a budget and how a budget can help Floridians plan their finances Apply the meaning of a budget to a family and an individual Distinguish between fact and opinion Use primary sources, including artifacts, to learn about the past Describe the variety of coins used in the American colonies in the 1700s Explain how the system of money has changed in the United States since the colonial period

18 Unit 6: Florida Today Reading Objective: Analyze information by drawing conclusions Chapter 13: Florida’s Government – Lesson 1: Your State Government Understand the structure, function, and responsibilities of Florida’s legislative branch Understand the structure, function, and responsibilities of Florida’s executive branch Understand the structure, function, and responsibilities of Florida’s judicial branch Identify services provided by Florida’s government through taxation Understand how Florida’s government works for the good of all people and protects Floridians’ rights Identify the achievements of significant individuals, such as Lawton Chiles, in Florida politics Use a newspaper to acquire information – Lesson 2: Local Government Identify Florida's three types of local government Understand that Florida’s municipal governments serve the people of towns and cities Understand that Florida has 67 county governments that oversee county schools Identify services provided by Florida’s special districts

19 Unit 6: Florida Today Reading Objective: Analyze information by drawing conclusions Chapter 13: Florida’s Government (cont.) – Lesson 3: You and Your Government Identify rights and responsibilities that Florida’s citizens have Understand ways in which personal and civic responsibilities are important to Floridians Understand the importance of participation through community service, civic improvements, and political activity Identify different points of view about Florida’s voting system Identify how concerned citizens, such as Miguel Morales, can help their communities


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