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Connections to Ohio Department of Education 2010 Academic Content Standards: PK - Grade 8 Social Studies and High School Social Studies Course Syllabi

Historic Village Connections to Ohio 2010 Academic Content Standards:

Social Studies

Specific Grade-Level Indicators and Suggested Exhibits to Visit


Kindergarten

History 1: Time can be measured.

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History 3: Heritage is reflected through the arts, customs, traditions, family, celebrations, and language. 

Historic Village History 4: Nations are represented by symbols and practices. Symbols and practices of the United States included the American flag, Pledge of Allegiance, and the National Anthem.

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, Herb Shop, Museum, 1920 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, Herb Shop, Elmira Depot, Dr. McGuffin's Office, Museum, General Store, Glass Works, Broom Shop, Brush Creek Pottery, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Blacksmith Shop, Tiffin River Woodworks

Grade 1

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.

Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Roth Barber Shop, St. Mark's Lutheran Chuch, Elmira Depot, Dr. McGuffin's Office, District 16 Schoolhouse, Museum, W.O. Taylor Printing Shop, 1920 Homestead, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomers, Lauber Settlement, Log Schoolhouse, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Jail, Peter Stuckey Farm, Holdeman Church, Little Pioneers Homestead

History 3: The way basic human needs are met has changed over time.

Dr. McGuffin's Office, 1920 Homestead, Museum, Natives and Newcomers, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Little Pioneer's Homestead

Geography 6: Families interact with the physical environment differently in different times and places.

1920 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, Herb Shop, Elmira Depot, Dr. McGuffin's Office, Museum, General Store, 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

Grade 2

History 2: Change over time can be shown with artifacts, maps and photographs

Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Roth Barber Shop, St. Mark's Lutheran Chuch, Elmira Depot, Dr. McGuffin's Office, District 16 Schoolhouse, Museum, W.O. Taylor Printing Shop, 1920 Homestead, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomers, Lauber Settlement, Log Schoolhouse, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Jail, Peter Stuckey Farm, Holdeman Church, Little Pioneers Homestead

History 3: Science and technology have changed daily life.

Elmira Depot, Dr. McGuffin's Office, District 16 Schoolhouse, Museum, W.O.Taylor Print Shop, 1920 Homestead, Buggy Ride @ 1920 Homestead, Grist Mill, Erie Express Train Ride, Natives and Newcomers, Lauber Settlement, Log Schoolhouse, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Little Pioneers Homestead

History 4: Biographies can show how people's actions have shaped the world in which we live.

Erie's Farm Shop, Museum, Greenburg Gallery

Geography 7: Human activities can alter the physical environment, both positively and negatively.

Museum, 1920 Homestead, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomers, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm

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, Herb Shop, Glass Works, Broom Shop, 1920 Homestead, Brush Creek Pottery Shop, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Little Pioneers Homestead, 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, Herb 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

Grade 3

History 1: Events in local history can be shown on timelines organized by years, decades and centuries.

Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Elmira Depot, Dr. McGuffin's Office, District 16 Schoolhouse, W.O. Taylor Printing Office, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Log Schoolhouse, Holdeman Church

History 2: Primary sources such as artifacts, maps, and photographs can be used to show change over time.

Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Roth Barber Shop, St. Mark's Lutheran Chuch, Elmira Depot, Dr. McGuffin's Office, District 16 Schoolhouse, Museum, W.O. Taylor Printing Shop, 1920 Homestead, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomers, Lauber Settlement, Log Schoolhouse, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Jail, Peter Stuckey Farm, Holdeman Church, Little Pioneers Homestead, Museum

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, 1920 Homestead, Brush Creak Pottery, Natives and Newcomers, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Blacksmith Shop

Geography 6: Evidence of human modification of the environment can be observed in the local community.

Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Basket Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Herb Shop, Elmira Depot, Museum, Broom Shop, 1920 Homestead, Brush Creek Pottery, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Log Schoolhouse, Witmer-Roth, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Blacksmith Shop, Tiffin River Woodworks

Geography 7: Systems of transportation and communication move people, products, and ideas from place to place.

Elmira Depot, Museum, W.O. Taylor Printing Office, 1920 Homestead, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm

Geography 8: Communities may include diverse cultural groups.

St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Museum, 1920 Homestead, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Setttlement, Witmer-Roth, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, 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. *Builds listed focus on producer aspect of standard

Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Basket Shop, Roth Barber Shop, Tinsmith's Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Herb 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, Museum

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, Herb 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

Grade 4

History 1: The order of significant events in Ohio and the United States can be shown on a timeline.

Elmira Depot, District 16 Schoolhouse, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Log Schoolhouse

History 3: Various groups of people have lived in Ohio over time including prehistoric and historic American Indians, migrating settlers and immigrants. Interactions among these groups have resulted in both cooperation and conflict.

St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Museum, 1920 Homestead, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Setttlement, Witmer-Roth, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Holdeman Church

Geography 10: The economic development of the United States continues to influence and be influenced by agriculture, industry, and natural resources in Ohio.

Erie's Farm Shop, Museum, 1920 Homestead, Natives and Newcomer's, Peter Stuckey Farm

Geography 12: People have modified the environment since prehistoric times. There are both postive and negative consequences for modifying the environment in Ohio and the United States.

Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Basket Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Herb Shop, Elmira Depot, Museum, Broom Shop, 1920 Homestead, Brush Creek Pottery, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Log Schoolhouse, Witmer-Roth, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Blacksmith Shop, Tiffin River Woodworks

Geography 13: The population of the United States has changed over time, becoming more diverse. Ohio's population has become increasingly reflective of the cultural diversity of the United States.

St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Museum, 1920 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, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm

Economics 23: Entrepreneurs organize productive resources and take risks to make a profit and compete with other producers.

Erie's Farm Shop, Museum, Greenburg Gallery (in Welcome Center)

Grade 5

History 3: European exploration and colonization had lasting effects which can be used to understand the Western Hemisphere today.

Museum, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm

Geography 7: Variations among physical environments within the Western Hemisphere influence human activities. Human activities also alter the physical environment.

Erie's Farm Shop, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Basket Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Herb Shop, Elmira Depot, Museum, Broom Shop, 1920 Homestead, Brush Creek Pottery, Barbara's Weaving Shop, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Log Schoolhouse, Witmer-Roth, Eicher Cabin, 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 due to American Indian, European, Asian, and African influences and interactions, as evidenced by artistic expression, language, religion, and food.

St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Museum, 1920 Homestead, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Log Schoolhouse, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm, Holdeman Church

Economic 15: The availabilty of productive resources (i.e. human resources, captial goods and natural resources) promotes specialization that leads 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

Grade 6

*Standards are based on Eastern Hemisphere

Grade 7

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.

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Geography 12: Maps and other geographic representations can be used to trace the development of human settlement over time.

Elmira Depot, Museum, 1920 Homestead, Native and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm

Grade 8

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: 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, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm

Geography 14: The availability of natural resources contributed to the geographic and economic expansion of the United States, sometimes resulting in unintended environmental consequences.

Erie's Farm Shop, Cabinet Shop, Basket Shop, Tinsmith's Shop, Black Swamp Cooperage, Anna's Spinning Shop, Museum, Brush Creek Pottery, Grist Mill, Natives and Newcomer's, Lauber Settlement, Witmer-Roth, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm

Geography 15: 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, Witmer-Roth, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm

Economics 23: 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, Sauder Cabinet Shop, Elmira Depot, Museum, W.O. Taylor Printing Office, 1920 Homestead, Girst Mill, Witmer-Roth Home, Eicher Cabin, Peter Stuckey Farm

Grade 9

Standard: People in Societies

Benchmark B

Grade level 9, Indicator 2

Interaction - Analyze the results of political, economic and social oppression and the violation of human rights including: the exploitation of indigenous peoples.

Pioneer Settlement, Natives & Newcomers

Grade 11

Standard: People in Societies

Benchmark A

Grade level 11, Indicator 1

Cultures - Choose a government policy or program and analyze how it has affected and been received by one or more racial, ethnic or religious groups: Indian policies.

Pioneer Settlement, Natives & Newcomers

Standard: People in Societies

Benchmark C

Grade level 11, Indicator 4

Diffusion - Explain how the U.S. has been affected politically, economically and socially by its multicultural diversity.

1920s Homestead, Pioneer Settlement, Natives & Newcomers

Grade 12

Standard: History

Benchmark B

Grade level 12, Indicator 3

Analysis and Interpretation - Analyze cause and effect relationships and multiple causation including the influence of ideas, the role of chance, and individual and collective action.

Pioneer Settlement, Natives & Newcomers, Erie's Farm Shop, Museum, Exhibit on Erie Sauder in Welcome Center

Source: Ohio Department of Education 2010 Academic Content Standards: Pre-Kindergarten through Grade Eight Social Studies and High School Social Studies Course Syllabi (Rev. July 2017)