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Social Studies Curriculum Map
Scott Foresman – Regions
August
Ch. 1, Lesson 1
Regions and Landforms
Objective
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Highest and lowest
landforms
Ch. 1, Lesson 2
Climate
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Map and Globe Skill: Read
Inset Map
•
Ch. 1, Lesson 3
Regional Resources
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•
Review
The United States is
divided into 5
regions.
The world is made up
of landforms in high
and low places.
Many factors
influence climate,
which varies from
region to region
An inset map is a
smaller map related
to the main map
used to show a
different scale from
the main map.
Each region has
special resources
The United States
and North America
have many different
landforms, climates,
and resources.
Label Northeast
states and capitals
on map.
Vocabulary
Assessment
Region, landform, mountain, Workbook p 3
plain, desert, canyon,
plateau, boundary, sea level
Weather, climate,
Workbook 4-5
precipitation, temperature,
humidity, equator,
elevation, tropical climate,
polar climate, subartic
climate, temperate climate,
inset map
Natural resource, raw
material, process, harvest,
industry, manufacturing,
product, capital resource,
agriculture, conserve,
nonrenewable resource,
human resource
Workbook 6
Chapter 1 test
September
Ch 4, Lesson 1
Beautiful Northeast
•
Ch4, Lesson 2
Resources of the
Northeast
•
Ch 4, Lesson 3
The Plentiful Sea
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The Northeast
region is one of
incredible scenery
and magnificent
natural formations
The Northeast
produces products
for the world to
enjoy.
Chesapeake Bay and
other bays in the
Northeast provide
seafood for millions.
Glacier, gorge, hydropower
Hydroelecticity,
lighthouse, penisula, crosssection diagram, reservoir
WB 10
Vineyard bog, sap, mineral,
quarry
Workbook 23
Bay, inlet, watermen, crab
pot
Workbook 26
Review
Chapter 4 test
October
Ch 6, Lesson 1
Coastal Plains to the
Mountains
Map and Globe Skills:
Read Elevation Map
Ch 6, Lesson 2
Sunlight and Storms
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•
•
The main areas of
the Southeast
region include the
coastal plains, the
Piedmont, and
Appalachia.
Elevation maps show
how high land rises
above sea level.
The mild climates of
the coastal areas of
the Southeast bring
tourists, but the
area has some
Barrier islands, wetlands,
fall line, sea level
Workbook 39
Workbook 40
Key, hurricane, hurricane
season
Workbook 41
Hurricanes
•
Ch 6, Lesson 3
Wildlife and Resources
•
natural disasters.
Hurricanes can
cause many
different types of
damage to
Southeaster
coastlines.
The Southeast is
rich in different
resources. These
resources are used
in different
industries
throughout the
region.
Endangered species,
extinct, pulp, fossil fuel
Review
Workbook 42
Ch 6 Test
November
Ch 8, Lesson 1
A Route to the Sea
•
Chart and Graph Skills:
Compare Line and Bar
Graphs
•
Ch 8, Lesson 2
The Badlands of South
Dakota
•
The Great Lakes link
the Midwest region
to the Gulf of
Mexico and to the
Atlantic Ocean.
Bar graphs are used
to compare the
amounts of
different things.
Waterway, canal, lock,
barge, line graph, bar
graph
Erosion has shaped
the South Dakota
Badlands
Badlands, erosion,
Prairie
Workbook 54
Workbook 55
Workbook 56
Ch 8, Lesson 3
Bountiful Midwestern
Farms
•
The Midwest is one
of the world’s
leading farming
regions.
Crop rotation, irrigation
Review
Workbook 57
Ch 8 Test
December
Ch 10, Lesson 1
A Land of Canyons
•
The Grand Canyon
dazzles visitors with
its size and beauty.
Thinking Skills: Making
Generalizations
•
Ch 10, Lesson 2
Climates in the Southwest
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Ch 10, Lesson 3
Oil and Technology
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•
Making
generalizations helps
explain the big
picture and makes it
easier to remember
facts.
The Southwest
Arid, savanna
climate can vary
greatly. It is dry in
some places and
moist in others.
The Southwest is a
Gusher, refinery
A region of
discovery and
research.
Review
January
Adobe, pueblo,
generalization
Workbook 70
Workbook 71
Workbook 72
Workbook 73
Ch 10 Test
Ch 12, Lesson 1
A Land of Mountains
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•
When a mountain explodes
Research and Writing
Skills: Take Notes and
Write Outline
Ch 12, Lesson 2
Climates in the West
•
Ch 12, Lesson 3
Resources in the West
Review
•
•
Many Parts of the
West are
mountainous.
In a volcanic
eruption, hot magma
from inside Earth
moves to the Earth’s
surface.
Notes and outline
help organize
material.
The climate in
different areas of
the West varies
greatly.
The West is rich in
natural resources.
Timberline, geyser, magma,
vocano, lava, notes, outline
Workbook 86
Workbook 87
Tundra, frigid, rain shadow
Workbook 88
Greenhouse, livestock,
reforest.
Workbook 89
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Ch 12 Test
Illinois Text Book
February
Ch 1, Lesson 1
A Bird’s Eye View of
Illinois
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Glaciation
•
Ch , Lesson 2
Illinois’s Physical
Environment
•
Illinois is a large
state located near
the middle of North
America
Glaciers affected
the topography of
Illinois.
Illinois is the home
of a variety of
ecosystems.
Continent, glacier,
landform, prairie, hub,
waterway
Workbook 3
Climate, precipitation,
growing season, natural
hazard, meteorologist,
ecosystem, conservation,
arboretum,
Workbook 4
Review
Ch 1 Test
March
Ch 2, Lesson 1
The Northern and Central
Plains
•
Biography: John Deere
•
Ch 2, Lesson 2
Southern Forests and Hills
•
The Northern Plains
region is largely an
industrial area, and
farming is key in the
Central Plains
John Deere was a
blacksmith who
started one of the
largest farm
equipment
manufacturing
companies in the
world.
The Southern
Forest and Hills
region has rich soil
and small towns.
Moraine, tributary,
erosion,
Workbook 8
Delta
Workbook 10
Review
Ch 2 test
Ch 3, Lesson 1
Humans Arrive
•
Ch 3, Lesson 2
The Illiniwek
Confederation
•
Here and There: Illinois
and Oklahoma – The Peoria
People
•
The first people to
live in what is now
Illinois were
hunters.
After 1600 new
groups of Native
Americans migrated
to and settled in
what is now Illinois.
The Peoria People
were forced off
Migrate, archaeologist,
culture, artifact, adapt,
mound, trade, government,
Workbook 15
Wigwam, longhouse, maize,
cultivate
Workbook 17
Field Trip to Cahokia
Mounds
their lands in Illinois
and eventually
settled in Oklahoma,
where many remain
today.
Review
Ch 3 test
April
Ch 4, Lesson 1
The French
•
Biography: Jean-BaptistePoint du Sable
•
Ch 4, Lesson 2
The British
•
Chart and Graph Time:
Reading a Timeline
•
Ch4, Lesson 3
The American Revolution
•
The first Europeans
to arrive in Illinois
were French traders
and fur trappers
who lived peacefully
among the Native
Americans.
Jean-Baptiste-Point
du Sable was a
pioneer known as
“the father of
Chicago”
Both the French and
the British wanted
to control the land
and resources of
Illinois and the
surrounding area.
A timeline is a tool
used to organize
events.
The American
Revolution affected
all of the British-
Colony, missionary,
voyageur
Workbook 20
Ally, rebellion,
proclamation, time line
Workbook 21
Workbook 22
Repeal, revolution
Workbook 23
George Rogers Clark
•
controlled lands in
North America,
including that which
became Illinois.
George Rogers
Clark’s leadership
and courage against
the British helped
the United States
claim land after the
American Revolution.
Review
Ch 4 test
May
Ch 5, Lesson 1
The Changing West
•
Map and Globe Skills:
Finding Latitude and
Longitude
•
Lesson 2
Forming a State
•
The organization of
the Northwest
Territory attracted
people to the
western lands,
including the area
that became Illinois.
Latitude and
longitude are
numbered lines
drawn on maps and
globes to help locate
cities, towns, and
other places on
Earth.
In 1818 Illinois
became the twentyfirst state in the
Ordinance, district,
constitution, expedition,
latitude, parallel, equator,
longitude, meridian, prime
meridian, degree
Workbook 28
Legislative branch,
executive branch, judicial
branch
Workbook 30
Workbook 29
Union.
Review
Ch 6, Lesson 1
The People and the Land
Here and There:
Hodgenville, Kentucky, and
Springfield, Illinois –
Lincoln’s first and last
Homes
Ch 6, Lesson 2
Growth and Technology
Review
Ch 5 test
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In the first years of
statehood, settlers
in Illinois began
building a frontier
society.
Abraham Lincoln was
born in a rural
Kentucky area and
lived in many places
until he settled in
Springfield for the
17 years before he
became President.
People in Illinois
developed new ways
to farm, travel, and
transport goods.
Institution
Workbook 33
Reaper, canal, immigrant
Workbook 34
Ch 6 test