MS Grade Standards


History (World)

SST-MS.WH-e1

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 6-8 Social Studies

 World History Domain

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Era 1: Emergence of Civilizations and Religions Around the Globe

Standards

  • SST-MS.WH-e1.01 Analyze historical achievements related to science and technology.
  • SST-MS.WH-e1.02 Explain historical changes related to religions and ideologies.
  • SST-MS.WH-e1.03 Analyze the effects of different political systems on people.
  • SST-MS.WH-e1.04 Analyze the influence of social, cultural, and economic developments on individuals.

Description

World history is about connections between people. Students need to understand how civilizations and cultures arose, developed, and interacted through conflict and peaceful exchange. 

World history content is separated into four eras. The six standards for world history are the same for each era and are applicable to all eras of study. Benchmarks provide guidance on how to apply the standards to each era. The guiding topics column includes key topics fundamental to that era of study. It is the belief of the development committee that the guiding topics, while not required, illustrate multiple ways for students to successfully achieve the standards.

Calculation Method for Domains

Domains are larger groups of related Standards with benchmarks. So the Domain is a calculation of all the related standards that calculate to the benchmarks. So click on the benchmark identifier below each Standards to access the learning targets and proficiency scales for each standard.


SST-MS.WH-e2

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 6-8 Social Studies

 World History Domain

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Era 2: Middle Ages and the Renaissance

Standards

  • SST-MS.WH-e2.01 Analyze historical achievements related to science and technology.
  • SST-MS.WH-e2.02 Explain historical changes related to religions and ideologies.
  • SST-MS.WH-e2.03 Analyze the effects of different political systems on people.
  • SST-MS.WH-e2.04 Analyze the influence of social, cultural, and economic developments on individuals.

Description

World history is about connections between people. Students need to understand how civilizations and cultures arose, developed, and interacted through conflict and peaceful exchange. 

World history content is separated into four eras. The six standards for world history are the same for each era and are applicable to all eras of study. Benchmarks provide guidance on how to apply the standards to each era. The guiding topics column includes key topics fundamental to that era of study. It is the belief of the development committee that the guiding topics, while not required, illustrate multiple ways for students to successfully achieve the standards.

Calculation Method for Domains

Domains are larger groups of related Standards with benchmarks. So the Domain is a calculation of all the related standards that calculate to the benchmarks. So click on the benchmark identifier below each Standards to access the learning targets and proficiency scales for each standard.