5th Grade TN Part 2 Social Studies Standards Review

5th Grade TN Part 2 Social Studies Standards Review
5th Grade TN Part 2 Social Studies Standards Review
5th Grade TN Part 2 Social Studies Standards Review
5th Grade TN Part 2 Social Studies Standards Review
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****This packet includes standards from "Industrial America and Westward Expansion (5.27-41); WWI, Roaring 20's, WWII (5.42-60); and Modern U.S. (5.61-74)*****
Omitted part 2 standards are not included but the following are also NOT INCLUDED because of time constraints to make resources for all of them: 5.31, 32, 35, 36, 37, 39, 40, 41; 52, 54, 56, 58, 59, 60; 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 71;

If I am able to create resources for these standards before test time I will add them to this document and send notification to those who have downloaded the original.

***I have another packet that reviews ALL standards that are outlined for Part 2 TN Ready for the Prior to Civil War, Civil War, and Reconstruction Standards (5.1-5.26) in my store****

What IS INCLUDED in this packet:
Industrial America and Westward Expansion:
5.27 Explain the need for the South and Tennessee to move toward industry and mechanization
after the Civil War and identify examples of the effort, including Coca Cola bottling in
Chattanooga, mining on the Cumberland Plateau, coal and iron processing, the growth of urban
areas, and the increase in railroads. (G, E, H, TN)
5.28 Map the sources of new immigration from Southern and Eastern Europe, China, and
Japan, and interpret narratives and excerpts from informational text describing the role that
Chinese and Irish laborers played in the development of the Transcontinental Railroad. (C, E, G,
5.29 Summarize why the United States was viewed as the land of opportunity by immigrants
versus a growing sense of protectionism and nativism by American citizens. (C, P)

WWI, Roaring 20's, WWII:
5.42 Summarize the reasons for American entry into World War I, including submarine attacks
on the Lusitania and the Zimmerman Telegram. (H, P)
5.43 Locate and map the countries of the Central and Allied Powers during World War I. (G)
5.44 Explain the roles of significant people and groups in World War I, including Herbert
Hoover, John J. Pershing, doughboys, Lawrence Tyson, and Alvin C. York. (H, TN)
5.45 Refer to details and examples in a text to explain the aims of world leaders in the Treaty of
Versailles and why the United States rejected Wilson’s League of Nations. (C, E, G, H, P)
5.46 Evaluate the role of Tennessee as the “Perfect 36” and the work of Anne Dallas Dudley,
Harry Burn, and Governor Roberts in the fight for women’s suffrage and Josephine Pearson’s
opposition. (C, P, TN)
5.47 Make connections with the growth of popular culture of the “Roaring Twenties” with the
following: (C,E, TN)
• W.C. Handy, Bessie Smith
• automobiles, radios, and nickelodeons
• Harlem Renaissance
• WSM, Grand Ole Opry
• Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis
• mass production, “just in time” inventory, appliances
5.48 Determine the meaning and use of economic terms credit, interest, and debt and the role
these played in the economy of the 1920s. (E)
5.49 Analyze the events that caused the Great Depression and its impact on the nation and
Tennessee, including mass unemployment, Hoovervilles, and soup kitchens. (C, E, H, TN)
5.50 Use specific textual evidence from primary and secondary source to summarize the
success, failures, and challenges of President Roosevelt’s New Deal policies, including: (C, E, G,
H, TN)
• Social Security
• Civilian Conservation Corps
• Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
• Tennessee Valley Authority
• Cumberland Homesteads
• Great Smoky Mountains National Park
5.51 Compare and contrast a first hand and second hand account of the impact of the Dust Bowl
of the 1930s. (E, G, C)

5.53 Compare and contrast different stories from media, and informational text regarding the
bombing of Pearl Harbor and its impact on the United States, including the USS Arizona and
USS Tennessee and America’s entry in the war. (H, TN)

5.72 Summarize the significant contributions to American culture of entrepreneurs and
innovators, including: (C, E, TN)
• Ray Kroc
• Sam Walton
• Fred Smith
• Bill Gates
• Michael Dell
• Steve Jobs
5.73 Analyze the increase in terrorism, the tragedy of September 11, 2001, and the role of the
United States in Afghanistan and the war in Iraq. (C, G, H, P)
5.74 Identify the significance of the election of 2008, including the primary run of Hillary
Clinton and election of Barack Obama.
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45 pages
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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