Students will use chronological thinking by developing a timeline of exploration by countries and their explorers.
Students will summarize a primary source selection from the Age of Exploration.
Students will compare and contrast the differences between bacteria and a viruses.
Students will be able to locate on a map the continents of Europe and North America, the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, as well as rivers and landforms.
Students will be able to determine direction of north, south, east and west.
Students will be able to compare and contrast the cultures of Native Americans and Europeans.
Students will analyze and identify the long term effects that viruses had on the populations of Native Americans.
Students will identify the long term effects of the Columbian Exchange on the continents of Europe and North America.
Students will identify and define the properties of the viruses that cause the diseases Influenza, Smallpox and Measles.
Students will use appropriate primary sources and present concrete examples.
Students will demonstrate clarity of ideas and expression while using information from a variety of sources
Students will present both sides of the conflict between Europeans and Native Americans.
Students will describe the contributions to science of the Renaissance and the Age of Exploration to the modern world.
Students will identify the reasons why Native Americans were susceptible to the viruses that the Europeans brought with them to the new world.