Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Examine different types of producers and consumers in the U.S.
Identify the Lost State of Franklin as Tennessee’s first attempt at statehood, and explain the reasons for its failure.
Explain how the name “Tennessee” originated from the Yuchi language, referring to where the rivers come together.
Compare and contrast how goods and services are exchanged on local and regional levels.
Compare natural resources within the three grand divisions of Tennessee, and trace the development of a product from natural resource to a finished product.
Recognize major U.S. industries and their products, including: agriculture, manufacturing, tourism, transportation, etc.
Describe how scarcity, supply, and demand affect the prices of products.
Explain the significance of the Watauga Settlement on Tennessee history, including the following: Watauga Compact, Dragging Canoe, John Sevier, and Nancy Ward.
Locate the Territory South of the River Ohio (i.e., Southwest Territory), identify its leaders, and explain how it was the first step to Tennessee’s statehood.
Explain how the Cumberland Gap and Wilderness Road influenced migration into the Tennessee region following the Proclamation of 1763.