Learning Standards

Student Log Cabin Fieldtrip

Historic Village Connections to Ohio's Learning Standards

Social Studies, English Language Arts and Science

Kindergarten

Learning Standards to Social Studies:

History 1: Time can be measured.
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History 3: Heritage is reflected through diverse cultures and is shown through the arts, customs, traditions, family, celebrations, and language. 
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History 4: Symbols and practices of the United States include the flag, Pledge of Allegiance and the National Anthem. Other nations are represented by symbols and practices too.
District 16 Schoolhouse, Natives and Newcomers, Log Schoolhouse

Geography 7: Humans depend on and impact the physical environment in order to supply food, clothing, and shelter.
Anna's Spinning Shop, 1928 Homestead, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomers, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Museum

Economics 12: Goods are objects that can satisfy people's wants.  Services are actions that can satisfy people's wants.
Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Basket Shop, Barber Shop, Tinsmith's Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Elmira Depot, Dr. McGuffin's Office, Museum, Glass Works, Broom Shop, Brush Creek Pottery, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Blacksmith Shop, Tiffin River Woodworks

 

Learning Standards to Science:

K.LS.1:  Living things have specific characteristics and traits.  
Garden Shed 

K.LS.2:  Living things are made up of a variety of structures.  Some traits can be observable structures. Some of these structures and behaviors influence their survival.  
Garden Shed 

Learning Standards to English Language Arts:

SL.K.1 Participate in collaborative conversations about kindergarten topics and texts with diverse partners in small and larger groups.

SL.K.3 Ask and answer questions in order to seek help, get information, or clarify something that is not understood. 
 
SL.K.6 Speak audibly and express thoughts, feelings and ideas clearly.  

Grade 1

Learning Standards to Social Studies:

History 1: Time can be divided into categories (e.g., months of the year, past, present, future).
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History 2: Photographs, letters, artifacts, and books can be used to learn about the past.
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History 3: The way basic human needs are met has changed over time.
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Geography 6: Families interact with the physical environment differently in different times and places.
1928 Homestead, Museum, Natives and Newcomers, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Museum

Economics 12: People produce and consume goods and services in the community.
Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Basket Shop, Barber Shop, Tinsmith's Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Elmira Depot, Dr. McGuffin's Office, Museum, Glass Works, Broom Shop, Brush Creek Pottery, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Blacksmith Shop, Tiffin River Woodworks

Economics 13: People trade to obtain goods and services they want.
Dr. McGuffin's Office, Natives and Newcomers

 

Learning Standards to Science:

1.LS.1:  Living things have basic needs, which are met by obtaining materials from the physical environment.
Peter Stuckey Farm, 1928 Grime Barns, Garden Shed 

1.LS.2:  Living things survive only in environments that meet their needs.
Peter Stuckey Farm, 1928 Grime Barns, Garden Shed 

Learning Standards to English Language Arts:

SL 1.1 Participate in collaborative conversations about grade 1 topics and texts with diverse partners in small and larger groups.

SL 1.2 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text read aloud or information presented in various media and other formats (e.g. orally). 

SL 1.3 Ask and answer questions about what a speaker says in order to gather additional information or clarify something that is not understood.

 

Grade 2

Learning Standards to Social Studies:

History 2: Change over time can be shown with artifacts, maps and photographs
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History 3: Science and technology have changed daily life.
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History 4: Biographies can show how people's actions have shaped the world in which we live.
Erie's Farm Shop, Museum

Geography 7: Human activities can alter the physical environment, both positively and negatively.
Museum, 1928 Homestead, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomers, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Grime Barn

Economics 14: Resources can be used in various ways.
Erie's Farm Shop, Cabinet Shop, Basket Shop, Tinsmith's Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Glass Works, Broom Shop, 1928 Homestead and Barn, Brush Creek Pottery Shop, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Blacksmith Shop, Tiffin River Woodworks

Economics 16: People use money to buy and sell goods and services.
Basket Shop, Barber Shop, Tinsmith's Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Elmira Depot, Dr. McGuffin's Office, General Store, Glass Works, Broom Shop, Brush Creek Pottery, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Blacksmith Shop, Tiffin River Woodworks

 

Learning Standards to Science:

2.LS.1:  Living things cause changes on Earth.  
Garden Shed 


Learning Standards to English Language Arts:

SL.2.1 Participate in collaborative conversations about grade 2 topics and texts with diverse partners in small and larger groups.  

SL 2.2 Retell or describe key ideas or details from text read aloud or information presented in various media and other formats (e.g. orally). 

SL2.3 Ask and answer questions about what a speaker says in order to clarify comprehension, gather additional information, or deepen understanding of a topic or issue.  

 

Grade 3

Learning Standards to Social Studies:

History 1: Events in local history can be shown on timelines organized by years, decades and centuries.
Sauder Village "Walk Through Time"

History 2: Primary and secondary can be used to show change over time.
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History 3: Local communities change over time.
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Geography 5: Daily life is influenced by the agriculture, industry, and natural resources in different communities.
Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Basket Shop, Tinsmith's Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Herb Shop, Elmira Depot, Museum, Glass Works, Broom Shop, 1928 Homestead and Barn, Brush Creak Pottery, Natives and Newcomers, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Blacksmith Shop

Geography 6: Evidence of positive and negative human modification of the environment can be observed in the local community.
Historic Village

Geography 7: Systems of transportation and communication move people, products, and ideas from place to place.
Elmira Depot, Museum, W.O. Taylor Printing Office, 1928 Homestead, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Livery, Auto Dealership and Museum.

Geography 8: Communities may include diverse cultural groups.
St. Mark's Lutheran Church,1928 Homestead, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Setttlement, Holdeman Church

Economics 17: A consumer is a person whose wants are satisfied by using goods and services. A producer makes goods and/or provides services.
Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Basket Shop, Barber Shop, Tinsmith's Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Dr. McGuffin's Office, W.O. Taylor Printing Office, Glass Works, Broom Shop, Brush Creek Pottery, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Blacksmith Shop, Tiffin River Woodworks, Livery, Stuckey Wagon Shop.

Economics 18: A market is where buyers and sellers exchange goods and services.
Basket Shop, Barber Shop, Tinsmith's Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Elmira Depot, Dr. McGuffin's Office, Glass Works, Broom Shop, Brush Creek Pottery, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Blacksmith Shop, Tiffin River Woodworks

 

Learning Standards to Science:

3.ESS.1:  Earth’s nonliving resources have specific properties
Garden Shed

3.ESS.2:  Earth’s resources can be used for energy.
Grist Mill 

3.LS.1:  Offspring resemble their parents and each other. 
Garden Shed 

3.LS.2:  Individuals of the same kind of organism differ in their inherited traits.  These differences give some individuals an advantage in surviving and/or reproducing.  
Garden Shed 

3.LS.3:  Plants and animals have life cycles that are part of their adaptations for survival in their natural environments.
Garden Shed

3.PS.3:  Heat, electrical energy, light, sound and magnetic energy are forms of energy. 
Garden Shed, Grist Mill

Learning Standards to English Language Arts:

SL.3.1 Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussion (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 3 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly.

SL3.2 Determine the main ideas and supporting details of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively, and orally.

SL.3.3 Ask and answer questions about information from a speaker, offering appropriate elaboration and detail. 

 

Grade 4

Learning Standards to Social Studies:

History 1: The order of significant events in Ohio and the United States can be shown on a timeline.
Sauder Village "Walk Through Time"

History 3: Various groups of people have lived in Ohio over time including American Indians, migrating settlers and immigrants. Interactions among these groups have resulted in both cooperation, conflict and compromise.
St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Museum, 1928 Homestead, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Setttlement, Witmer-Roth, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Holdeman Church

History 6: Ongoing conflicts on the Ohio frontier with American Indians and Great Britain contributed to the United States involvement in the War of 1812
Natives and Newcomers, Museum

Geography 12: People have modified the environment throughout history resulting in both positive and negative consequences in Ohio and the United States.
Elmira Depot, Museum, 1928 Grime Homestead, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Peter Stuckey Farm

Geography 13: The population of the United States has changed over time, becoming more diverse (e.g. racial, ethnic, linguistic, religious). Ohio's population has become increasingly reflective of the multicultural diversity of the United States.
St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Museum, 1928 Homestead, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Setttlement, Witmer-Roth, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Holdeman Church

Geography 14: Ohio's location and its transportation systems continue to influence the movement of people, products, and ideas in the United States.
Elmira Depot, Museum, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, and 1920 Car Dealership (opening summer 2019)

Economics 21: Entrepreneurs in Ohio and the United Statesorganize productive resources and take risks to make a profit and compete with other producers.
Erie's Farm Shop, Museum, Pottery, Glass Shop and Blacksmith

 

Learning Standards to Science:

4.ESS.2:  The surface of Earth changes due to erosion and deposition
Garden Shed

4.LS.1:  Changes in an organism’s environment are sometimes beneficial to its survival and sometimes harmful.
Garden Shed, Museum’s Black Swamp Exhibit 

Learning Standards to English Language Arts:

SL.4.1:  Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 4 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly.

Grade 5

Learning Standards to Social Studies:

Geography 7: The variety of physical environments within the Western Hemisphere influence human activities. Likewise, human activities also alter the physical environment.
Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Basket Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Elmira Depot, Museum, Broom Shop, 1928 Homestead, Brush Creek Pottery, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Log Schoolhouse, Peter Stuckey Farm, Blacksmith Shop, Tiffin River Woodworks

Geography 8: American Indians developed unique cultures with many different ways of life. American Indian tribes and nations can be classified into cultural groups based on geographic and cultural similarities.
Museum, Natives and Newcomer's

Geography 10: The Western Hemisphere is culturally diverse (e.g. language, food, religion, art, music), due to influences and interactions of a variety of world cultures.
St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Museum, 1928 Homestead, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Holdeman Church

Economic 15: The availability of productive resources (i.e. entrepreneurship, human resources, captial goods and natural resources) promotes specialization that could lead to trade.
Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Basket Shop, Tinsmith's Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Glass Works, Broom Shop, Brush Creek Pottery Shop, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Blacksmith Shop, Tiffin River Woodworks

 

Learning Standards to Science:

5.LS.1:  Organisms perform a variety of roles in an ecosystem.
Garden Shed

Learning Standards to English Language Arts:

SL.5.1 Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly.

Grade 6

Learning Standards to Social Studies:

Learning Standards are based on Eastern Hemisphere

Learning Standards to Science:

6.ESS.4:  Soil is unconsolidated material that contains nutrient matter and weathered rock.
Garden Shed

Learning Standards to English Language Arts:

SL.6.1 Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 6 topics, texts, and issues building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly.
 

Grade 7

Learning Standards to Social Studies:

History 1: Historians and archaeologists describe historical events and issues from the perspectives of people living at the time to avoid evaluating the past in terms of today's norms and values.
Historic Village

 

Learning Standards to English Language Arts:

SL.7.1 Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 7 topics, texts, and issues, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly.  

 

Grade 8

Learning Standards to Social Studies:

History 2: North America, originally inhabited by American Indians, was explored and colonized by Europeans for economic and religious reasons.
Museum, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Holdeman Church

History 10: The United States added to its territory through treaties and purchases. 
Museum, Natives and Newcomers

History 11: Westward expansion contributed to economic and industrial development, debates over sectional issues, war with Mexico and the displacement of American Indians.
Elmira Depot, Museum, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement

Geography 16: The availability of natural resources contributed to the geographic and economic expansion of the United States, sometimes resulting in unintended environmental consequences.
Garden Shed

Geography 17: The movement of people, products, and ideas resulted in new patterns of settlement and land use that influenced the political and economic development of the United States.
Elmira Depot, Museum, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Peter Stuckey Farm, 1928 Homestead and Barn

Economics 25: The Industrial Revolution fundamentally changed the means of production as a result of improvements in technology, use of new power resources, the advent of interchangeable parts and the shift from craftwork to factory work.
Erie's Farm Shop, Museum, W.O. Taylor Printing Office, Grist Mill, Weaving Shop 

Learning Standards to English Language Arts:

SL.8.1 Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 8 topics, texts, and issues, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly.  

Source: Ohio Department of Education 2018 - Learning Standards for Social Studies Kindergarten through 8th Grade.