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Kentucky Social Studies Standards Relevant to the Woodland Indian Outreach ProgramContent *Highlighted words indicate exact areas of standards our programs address.
Cultures and Societies: SS-04-2.1.1 (4th Grade) Students will identify early cultures (Native American, Appalachian, pioneers) in Kentucky and explain their similarities and differences.
SS-04-2.3.1 (4th Grade) Students will describe various forms of interactions (compromise, cooperation, conflict) that occurred during the early settlement of Kentucky between diverse groups (Native Americans, early settlers). (Standard Partially Addressed in Fur Trade Era Program Only)
SS-05-2.3.1 (5th Grade) Students will describe various forms of interactions (compromise, cooperation, conflict) that occurred between diverse groups (e.g., Native Americans, European Explorers, English colonists, British Parliament) in the history of the United States. (Standard Partially Addressed in Fur Trade Era Program Only)
Historical Perspective: SS-EP-5.2.2 (End of Primary) Students will identify and compare the early cultures of diverse groups of Native Americans (e.g., Northwest, Southwest, Plains, Eastern Woodlands) and explained why they settled in what is now the United States.
SS-04-5.2.2 (4th Grade) Students will identify and compare the cultures of diverse groups and explain why people explored and settled in Kentucky.
Content From: Kentucky Department of Education
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