Project Standards & Vocabulary

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Project Standards & Vocabulary
Unit 1: The Colonial Era
1607-1763
SSUSH1 The student will describe European
settlement in North America during the 17th
century.
SSUSH2 The student will trace the ways that
the economy and society of British North
America developed.
SSUSH 1 – Power Vocabulary
1. Colony
2. Virginia Company
3. Jamestown
4. Tobacco cultivation
5. Powhatan
6. Indentured servitude
7. House of Burgesses
8. Bacon’s Rebellion
9. Slavery
10. Massachusetts Charter
& settlement
11. Rhode Island
settlement
12. Half-Way Covenant
13. King Phillip’s War
14. Salem Witch Trials
15. Mid-Atlantic Colonies
16. Pennsylvania
17. New Amsterdam (New
York)
18. Quebec
SSUSH 2 – Power Vocabulary
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7.
8.
Mercantilism
Transatlantic Trade
Middle Passage
African American
culture
Benjamin Franklin
Individualism
Social Mobility
The Great Awakening
9. Northern Colonies
10. Middle Colonies
11. Southern Colonies
Unit 2:
Revolution to Constitution
1763-1789
SSUSH 3 – The student will explain the primary
causes of the American Revolution.
SSUSH 4 – The student will identify the
ideological, military, and diplomatic aspects of
the American Revolution.
SSUSH 5 – The student will explain specific
events and key ideas that brought about the
adoption and implementation of the United
States Constitution.
SSUSH 3 – Power Vocabulary
1.
2.
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6.
7.
French and Indian War
Treaty of Paris of 1763
Proclamation of 1763
Stamp Act
Intolerable Acts
Sons of Liberty
Daughters of Liberty
8. Committees of
Correspondence
9. Lexington & Concord
10. Second Continental
Congress
11. Olive Branch Petition
12. Thomas Paine
13. Common Sense
SSUSH 4 – Power Vocabulary
1. Declaration of
Independence
2. John Locke
3. Thomas Jefferson
4. George Washington
5. Crossing the
Delaware River
6. Saratoga
7. Valley Forge
8. Benjamin Franklin
9. Marquis de Lafayette
10. General Charles
Cornwallis
11. Battle of Yorktown
12. Treaty of Paris of 1783
SSUSH 5 – Power Vocabulary
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10.
Articles of Confederation
Daniel Shays’ Rebellion
Great Compromise
Slavery
3/5 Compromise
Separation of Powers
Limited Government
Charles de Montesquieu
Executive Branch
Legislative Branch
11.
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20.
Judicial Branch
Checks and Balances
US Constitution
Federalists
Anti-Federalists
The Federalist Papers
James Madison
Alexander Hamilton
States’ Rights
Bill of Rights
Unit 3: Creating a Nation
1789-1850
SSUSH 6 –Analyze the nature of territorial and
population growth, and its impact in the early
decades of the new nation.
SSUSH 7 – Explain the process of economic
growth, its regional and national impact in the
first half of the 19th century, and the different
responses to it.
USH 6 – Power Vocabulary
1. Northwest Ordinance
2. Louisiana Purchase
3. Lewis and Clark
expedition
4. War of 1812
5. Eerie Canal
6. New York City
7. National infrastructure
8. Monroe Doctrine
USH 7 – Power Vocabulary
1.
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6.
Industrial Revolution
Eli Whitney
Cotton Gin
Interchangeable Parts
Manifest Destiny
Temperance
Movement
7. Abolitionism
8. Public School Reform
9. Women’s Suffrage
10. Elizabeth Cady Stanton
11. Seneca Falls Conference
12. Jacksonian Democracy
13. American Nationalism

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