Social Studies Standards


Michigan Social Studies Standards as of June 2019.

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3-G4.0.3

Describe some of the current movements of goods, people, jobs, or information to, from, or within Michigan and explain reasons for the movements.

3-G4.0.4

Use data and current information about the Anishinaabek and other Indigenous Peoples living in Michigan today to describe the cultural aspects of modern life.

3-G5.0.1

Describe how people are a part of, adapt to, use, and modify the physical environment of Michigan.

3-G5.0.2

Locate natural resources in Michigan and explain the consequences of their use.

3-H3.0.1

Identify questions historians ask in examining the past in Michigan.

3-H3.0.10

Create a timeline to sequence and describe major eras and events in early Michigan history.

3-H3.0.2

Explain how historians use primary and secondary sources to answer questions about the past.

3-H3.0.3

Describe the casual relationships between three events in Michigan's past.

3-H3.0.4

Draw upon traditional stories and/or teachings of Indigenous Peoples who lived and continue to live in Michigan in order to better understand their beliefs and histories.

3-H3.0.5

Use informational text and visual data to compare how Indigenous Peoples and non-Indigenous Peoples in the early history of Michigan interacted with, adapted to, used, and/or modified their environments.


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