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Complete Curriculum’s K-12 curriculum has been team-developed by a consortium of teachers, administrators, educational and subject matter specialists, graphic artists and editors.

In a collaborative environment, each professional participant contributed to ensuring the quality, integrity and effectiveness of each Compete Curriculum resource was commensurate with the required educational benchmarks and contemporary standards Complete Curriculum had set forth at the onset of this publishing program. �

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Lesson 1 Let's Begin! Objectives: Students will identify the questions that historians ask in examining the past: What happened? Who was involved? How and why did it happen? Lesson 2 The Historian Objectives: Students will continue utilizing questions Historians ask.

Lesson 3 The Questions a Historian Asks Objectives: Students will explore the “Big Idea”, how historical information is discovered and written.

Lesson 4 The Geographer Objectives: Geography is the study of the Earth; Geographers use five themes to organize information: location, place, human/environment interactions, movement, and region. Where is it? What is it like there? How is it connected to other places?

Lesson 5 Other Ways to Locate a Place Objectives: Many locations on the earth are marked by the locations unique features which make it different from other locations.

Lesson 6 Landforms and Points of Interest of the Midwest Objectives: Students will learn the landforms of the Midwest . Lesson 7 Human Characteristics of the Midwest Objectives: Students will learn characteristics of the Midwest .

Lesson 8 The Eastern Region Objectives: The students will learn about the resources and differing climates of the Northeast region of the United States.

Lesson 9 The Western Region Objectives: Students respond to questions in regards to a region of the United States .

Lesson 10 Think Like an Economist Objectives: Students will learn what a social economist studies.

Lesson 11 Look at one State’s Economy Objectives: Students will answer questions in regards to the economy of one of the states.

Lesson 12 Economics…Money Objectives: Students will think like an economist.

Lesson 13 Make Your Choices Carefully! Objectives: Students will learn more about our economy.

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Lesson 14 Economic Ups and Downs Objectives: Students will learn how the economy can go up and down; be strong or weak. Lesson 15 Some Facts about our Economy Objectives: Students will analyze an economic chart. Lesson 16 Political Scientists Objectives: Students will learn that Political scientists study government and how people interact with them.

Lesson 17 Branches of the Government Objectives: Students will learn the government system for exercising power, authority and regulating people at the state level. Lesson 18 Bill of Rights: First Amendment Objectives: Students will learn about The Bill of Rights and the ten amendments.

Lesson 19 Core Democratic Values Objectives: Students will learn the Core Democratic Values which teach the rights and duties of citizens.

Lesson 20 Review of the Historian Objectives: Students will review what questions a Historian would ask to learn about the history of a place or people.

Lesson 21 Assessing: Historian Objectives: The students will be assessed on their understanding of the work of a Historian.

Lesson 22 Review Geographer Objectives: Students learn about the research a geographer does to learn about the surface of the earth. Lesson 23 Geographer Objectives: Students will be assessed on their understanding of the work of a geographer. Lesson 24 Review Economist Objectives: Students will review what they have learned about Economics and Economists.

Lesson 25 Assessment: Economics Objectives: Students will be assessed on basic economics.

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Lesson 26 Review: Social Scientist Objectives: Students review the questions that a scientist would ask to discover the social interaction of people in different areas. Lesson 27 Assessment: Political Scientist Objectives: Students will demonstrate their knowledge of what political scientists study.

Lesson 28 Symbols of the U. S. Government Objectives: Students will learn about prominent symbols in the United States.

Lesson 29 How our Government Cares for Us! Objectives: Students learn about the areas of government and what responsibility each one takes for their citizens.

Lesson 30 Starting a Business Objectives: Students learn about using their own money to start a business.

Lesson 31 Directions and Locations Objectives: Students focus on one of the tools a Geographer uses in studying the earth.

Lesson 32 Geographer Looks at the U.S. Objectives: Students will learn abut Geography and how it is the study of the Earth and locations in the United States.

Lesson 33 Longitude and Latitude Objectives: Students will identify questions geographers ask in examining the United States (e.g. Where is it? What is it like there? How is it connected to other places?) Lesson 34 Landforms and terms Objectives: Students will use geographical tools and technologies, stories, songs, and pictures to answer geographic questions about the Unites States.

Lesson 35 Michigan is… Objectives: Students learn how geographers examine how people and places are connecting to each other, as well as how people are connected to the Earth. Lesson 36 Physical Features of Michigan Objectives: Students will look at physical characteristics of one of our states.

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Lesson 37 Who lives there? Regions of the United States Objectives: Students will look at how the four regions of the United States were settled.

Lesson 38 State’s Abbreviations Objectives: Students review the names and positions of the states as they learn the abbreviations for each of them.

Lesson 39 State Capitals: Eastern Objectives: Students will be challenged to learn the capitals of all of the states.

Lesson 40 State Capitals: Middle States Objectives: Students will learn the location and names of the states.

Lesson 41 State Capitals: Western Objectives: Students will continue to learn about the states and their capitals.

Lesson 42 Where did the names come from? Objectives: Students will learn the origin of different state names while also learning the history of the land.

Lesson 43 Water and Mountains Objectives: Students learn where and what kind of landforms are found in the United States. Lesson 44 What have you learned? Objectives: Students will research information on the states.

Lesson 45 Climates of the Midwest/Ohio Valley Objectives: The student will learn about the climate in different parts of the states.

Lesson 46 Climates in the Midwest Objectives: Students will identify questions geographers ask in examining the United States…Where it is? What is it like there? How is it connected to other places?

Lesson 47 Climate in Eastern States Objectives: The student will learn how common geographic characteristics help us understand locations.

Lesson 48 Climate in the Southeast Objectives: Students learn about the climate in the states on the southeast coast.

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Lesson 49 Take a Trip! Objectives: Students learn about the people that live in different sections of the country.

Lesson 50 Fascinating Facts-1 Objectives: Students learn why people, goods and ideas moved in and out of locations.

Lesson 51 Fascinating Facts-2 Objectives: Students continue to explore how and why people, goods and ideas moved in and out of different locations.

Lesson 52 Fascinating Facts-3 Objectives: Students learn elements, features and additional information about the states.

Lesson 53 Fascinating Facts-4 Objectives: Students learn elements, features and additional information about the states.

Lesson 54 Fascinating Facts-5 Objectives: Students learn elements, features and information about the states.

Lesson 55 Fascinating Facts-6 Objectives: Students learn elements, features and information about the states.

Lesson 56 Fascinating Fact-7 Objectives: Students learn elements, features and a variety of information about the states.

Lesson 57 Fascinating Facts-8 Objectives: Students learn elements, features and information about the states.

Lesson 58 Fascinating Facts-9 Objectives: Students learn elements, features and information about the states.

Lesson 59 Fascinating Facts - 10 Objectives: Students learn elements, features and information about the states.

Lesson 60 What Fascinating Facts Do You Remember? Objectives: Students are assessed on their knowledge about the states.

Lesson 61 Being an Immigrant Objectives: Students explore how and why people, goods, and ideas moved in and out of locations.

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Lesson 62 Real History of Immigrants Objectives: Students explore how and why people, goods, and ideas moved in and out of locations.

Lesson 63 Push Pull Factors Objectives: Students explore why people leave one country and go to another (push/pull).

Lesson 64 Immigrants are Citizens Objectives: Students explore how and why people, goods, and ideas moved in and out of different locations in the United States. Lesson 65 Effects of more people on Forests Objectives: Students will describe the impact of immigration to the United States and further describe the cultural development of different places and regions of the United States.

Lesson 66 Movement Objectives: Students explore the movement of people in and around during the Early American years.

Lesson 67 Wanted….Not Wanted! Objectives: Students learn about forcible movement.

Lesson 68 Native American Removal Objectives: Students will learn that not all movement was welcomed by the people who moved.

Lesson 69 Where we live! Objectives: Students learn what things influenced where people decided to live.

Lesson 70 Roots of Democracy Objectives: Students will begin learning about the roots of our government.

Lesson 71 Roots of Democracy 2 Objectives: Students learn the terms of democracy and define them.

Lesson 72 Rules and Laws Objectives: Students learn why we need laws and rules and also who enforces them.

Lesson 73 Government is … Objectives: Students learn that government is a system people use to exercise authority, distribute power, and regulate the conduct of people. They will further learn that Political Scientists ask different questions to learn about human society and the human experience, past and present.

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Lesson 74 Power Federal versus State Objectives: Students look at different governments having different responsibilities.

Lesson 75 Your Rights Objectives: Students further explore the core democratic values and what their freedoms are.

Lesson 76 State Branches of Government Objectives: Students are able to recognize the branches of the government and their responsibilities to the citizens.

Lesson 77 Our Representatives Objectives: Students learn more about the government of a state.

Lesson 78 A Community Problem Objectives: Students learn how community issues can affect the development of laws.

Lesson 79 Declaration of Rights Objectives: Students look at their rights as citizens.

Lesson 80 Economics Objectives: Students look at how people make a living and what economics means.

Lesson 81 Production/Consumption Objectives: Students look at what Michigan produces for consumers.

Lesson 82 Michigan’s Economics Objectives: Students will look at at Michigan’s economic activities.

Lesson 83 Competition Objectives: Students will learn how companies advertise their products.

Lesson 84 Wants and Needs Objectives: Students understand there is a difference between the consumer’s wants and needs.

Lesson 85 Everyday Life Objectives: Students will learn more about how money is used for in everyday life.

Lesson 86 Paper Money Objectives: Students will learn about the history of and use of currency in our economy.

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Lesson 87 Quiz on Money Objectives: Students demonstrate their understanding of money and its history.

Lesson 88 Taxes Objectives: Students learn about taxes and what they are used for.

Lesson 89 Revenue Objectives: Students continue to learn how the governments get money and use it.

Lesson 90 Quiz on Revenue Objectives: Students demonstrate their understanding of revenue.

Lesson 91 The Great Lakes Objectives: The student will take a geographer’s look at Michigan. The student will review the different types of social studies. (In studying human/environment interaction, geographers ask questions such as: How do people use the Earth? How do people change the Earth? What are the consequences of changing the Earth? ) Lesson 92 The History of the Soo Locks Objectives: The student will learn more about the Soo Locks in Michigan. Lesson 93 The Bridge Objectives: The student will learn about the building of the suspension bridge between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron.

Lesson 94 The Golden Gate Bridge Objectives: The student will learn about an amazing feat of engineering while studying a bridge in California. Lesson 95 The Native Americans’ Writing Objectives: The student will learn more about what geographers have learned about Native Americans in Michigan; signs of communities and life of the past. Lesson 96 Special Rocks…Rushmore Objectives: The student will explore a unique geographical location. They will also study human/environment interaction while asking questions that a Geographer would ask, such as: How do people use the Earth? How do people change the Earth? and What are the consequences of changing the Earth? Lesson 97 The Fathers of our Country Objectives: The student will look in depth at some of the ways we have honored our leaders.

Lesson 98 Yellowstone National Park Objectives: The students will learn about the history of one of our national parks.

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Lesson 99 Create a Geyser Objectives: The student will compare human and physical characteristics of two regions.

Lesson 100 A Unique Island Objectives: The student will learn about unique geographical locations. Lesson 101 Our Parks Objectives: The student will do an in depth study of a national park.

Lesson 102 Another Island Objectives: The student will learn about the formation of the Hawaiian Islands. Lesson 103 Mount St. Helens Objectives: The student will learn about Mount St. Helen’s.

Lesson 104 Eight Stars of Gold… Objectives: The student will study Alaska.

Lesson 105 Iditarod Objectives: The student will learn more about Alaska by studying the Iditarod.

Lesson 106 The Cape Objectives: The student will learn about the geography of the East Coast.

Lesson 107 The Culture Objectives: The students will learn about the culture of the Native Americans. The student will use geographic tools and technologies, stories, songs, and pictures to answer geographic questions about the United States. The student will assess the positive and negative

Lesson 108 Fishing Objectives: The student will use geographic tools and technologies, stories, songs, and pictures to answer geographic questions about the United States. The student will assess the positive and negative effects of human activities on the physical environment of the United States.

Lesson 109 Food Gathering Objectives: The students will learn about the culture/behavior of the Native Americans. Lesson 110 The Peace Pipe Objectives: The student will learn more about the Native Americans.

Lesson 111 Many Different Tribes Objectives: The student will learn more about the Native Americans’ life.

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Lesson 112 War and Peace Objectives: The student will learn that tribes developed a governing body to protect their rights.

Lesson 113 Oral Tradition Objectives: The student will learn more about the culture of the Native Americans.

Lesson 114 Story of Creation Objectives: The student will read more about the traditions of the Native Americans.

Lesson 115 Legends about the Earth Objectives: The student will read more legends from the oral tradition of the Indians.

Lesson 116 Magical Powers Objectives: The student will read more about the Native American traditions.

Lesson 118 International Bridges Objectives: The student will learn about another bridge between the United States and Canada.

Lesson 119 Cultural Differences Objectives: The student will learn that some things that are not acceptable in certain cultures. They will compare cultures.

Lesson 120 Treasures Objectives: The students will explore why community treasures should be protected.

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Lesson 117 E Trip!

Today you will have the opportunity to “see” some of the things and more that we looked at in our lesson about Yellowstone National Park. Some people will have the opportunity to go and personally visit the park. Everyone can visit the park through a virtual tour. Your teacher will provide you with internet links that allow you to virtually explore the park.

After taking time to view an Internet presentation, construct your own travel brochure about Yellowstone Park. Include information that you discovered during your virtual tour of Yellowstone.

Enjoy your E-Trip!

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Lesson 118 International Bridges

Bridges are built to pass over water. The Peace Bridge was built to cross over the Niagara River. The two sides of this bridge belong to two different countries. The United States is on one side, and Canada is the other. The Peace Bridge connects Buffalo, New York and Ontario, Canada. This bridge is nicknamed “The Queen City” bridge. Where the Peace Bridge touches Canada, there once was a military fort. Fort Erie is on the Canadian side of the bridge. Today, the fort is known as the Dolls’ House Museum. It was one of the stops on the Underground Railroad for the escaped slaves.

The Peace Bridge was built in 1927. It made of steel and is over one mile long. It costs

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$3.00 to cross it. There are about four thousand trucks crossing it each day.

This connection of two countries also happens over the Detroit River. The Ambassador Bridge connects the two countries. One side is Detroit, Michigan and the other Windsor, Ontario. The Ambassador Bridge is a suspension bridge. It is one of the busiest international border crossings in the world. It is important for world economy because it is one of the ways we transport our products to other countries for trade.

The United States and Canada work together to have a safe passage from one country to another. Five people from the United States and five from Canada manage the Peace Bridge.

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Lesson 118 International Bridges

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Why would a bridge be called the Peace Bridge?

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Lesson 118 International Bridges

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Think and respond to the following:

1. What two countries do these bridges connect?

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2. What river does each bridge pass over

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3. What cities do the bridges connect?

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Lesson 119 Cultural Differences

Do you think good manners are an important way to act? What do you think are examples of good manners? Make a list in your notebook.

“Excuse me” is what we usually say if we belch (also known as burp). Now should you happen to be visiting the Inuit people or the Middle East, Korea or Hong Kong your belch would mean you like the food. It is considered a compliment on the meal.

When you are having a birthday party, do you open your gifts while your guests are there? In Colombia, India, Japan and Puerto Rico, it would be considered rude to open the gift in front of the giver.

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How do you say yes or no with a head gesture? We usually move our head back and forth from left to right if we mean no. However, if we mean yes we move our head up and down. Guess what? It is the opposite in places like Iran, Turkey, and Greece. Check where you are before you shake your head for yes or no.

How do you point something out? Usually we use our finger. The Native Americans use their entire hand. In Indonesia, you would need to use your thumb to show someone where something is located.

Before you travel to another culture in the world, be sure you know what is considered good manners, before you leave..

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Lesson 119 Cultural Differences

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When you meet someone, what do you do?

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Is it correct to shake anyone’s hand when being introduced?

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Lesson 119 Cultural Differences

Name:__________________________________________Date:____________________

Reflect and respond:

Make a list of things that are important ways to show good manners. Divide them between

the places the manners are most important. For instance, in a group you would not talk

loudly or be disruptive. While at a game, you are expected to cheer loudly.

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Lesson 120 Treasures

Have you ever gone to visit a museum? What kinds of things did you see there? In Detroit, one of the favorite places to visit is called Greenfield Village. There you would see the bus Rosa Park was on when she was arrested for not moving to the back of the bus. You would see many tools used for crafts done in the early years of our country. You would be able to see where Thomas Edison worked on his inventions. There are also cars exhibited that were owned by famous peiople

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There was a Russian artist named, Nicholas Roerich, who felt the art is part of a countries national heritage and should be protected. Many people agreed and therewas a pact agreed upon by 21 nations in 1935. This pact is also known as the “international pact for protection of artistic and scientific institutions, historic monuments, missions and collections”.

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Lesson 120 Treasures

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What valuable things do you have?

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Why are they important to you?

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Lesson 120 Treasures

Name:____________________________________________Date:__________________

Reflect and Respond:

Describe your experience visiting a museum. What was your favorite thing to see?

Why do you think it is important to protect old cultures?

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