2.1.1 - Understands and analyzes the costs and benefits of people’s decisions to move and relocate to meet their needs and wants.

3.1.1 - Constructs and uses maps to explain the movement of people.

3.2.3 - Understands that the geographic features of the Pacific Northwest have influenced the movement of people.

4.1.1 - Understands and creates timelines to show how historical events are organized into time periods and eras.

4.2.1 - Understands and analyzes how individuals caused change in Washington State history.

4.3.1 - Understands that there are multiple perspectives regarding the interpretation of historical events and creates an historical account using  multiple sources.

5.1.2 - Evaluates the accuracy of primary and secondary sources.

5.2.1 - Creates and uses a research question to conduct research on an issue or event.

5.2.2 - Understands the main ideas from an artifact, primary source, or secondary source describing an issue or event.

5.4.1 - Draws clear, well-reasoned conclusions and provides explanations that are supported by artifacts and/or primary sources in a paper or presentation.

5.4.2 - Prepares a list of resources, including the title, author, and type of source, date published, and publisher for each source.

1.1.1 - Understands the key ideal of rights set forth in Article I of the Washington State Constitution.

1.1.2 - Evaluates the effectiveness of a law or policy by explaining how it promotes ideals.

1.2.1 - Understands that governments are organized into local, state, tribal, and national levels.

1.2.2 - Understands how and why state and tribal governments make, interpret, and carry out policies, rules, and laws.

1.4.1 - Understands that civic participation involves being informed about public issues and voting in elections.

4.4.1 - Understands that significant historical events in Washington State have implications for current decisions.

5.1.1 - Understands the concepts used in documents and sources.

2.2.1 - Understands the basic elements of Washington State’s economic system, including agriculture, businesses, industry,  natural resources, and labor.

2.2.2 - Understands that the economy in Washington State relies on trade with Pacific Rim countries.

2.4.1 - Understands how geography, natural resources, climate, and available labor contribute to the sustainability of the
economy of regions in Washington State

3.1.2 - Understands the physical, political, and cultural characteristics of places, regions, and people in the Pacific Northwest including the difference between cities, states, and countries.

3.3.1 - Understands that learning about the geography of Washington State helps us understand the global issue of trade.