Welcome to Sixth Grade Social Studies--Minnesota Studies
Students study Minnesota history and its government, placing the state and its people within the setting of the national story. Grade six features history as the lead discipline but the focus includes geographic, economic and civic understandings. Students engage in historical inquiry and study events, issues and individuals significant to Minnesota history, beginning with the early indigenous people of the upper Mississippi River region to the present day. They examine the relationship between levels of government, and how the concept of sovereignty affects the exercise of treaty rights. They analyze how the state’s physical features and location of resources affected settlement patterns and the growth of cities. Drawing on their knowledge of economics, students analyze the influence of a market-based economy at the local and national levels. They learn about the unique role Minnesota played, and continues to play, in regional, national and global politics.

You can contact me by phone
(651)407-2248 or by email
jennifer.ward@isd832.net

PLEASE NOTE: ALL ASSIGNMENTS AND TEST DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR STUDENT'S PLANNER AS THE ACCURATE DUE DATE--THANK YOU.

Unlocking the mysteries of our past
is the key to our future.

Students study Minnesota history and its government, placing the state and its people within the setting of the national story. Grade six features history as the lead discipline but the focus includes geographic, economic and civic understandings. Students engage in historical inquiry and study events, issues and individuals significant to Minnesota history, beginning with the early indigenous people of the upper Mississippi River region to the present day. They examine the relationship between levels of government, and how the concept of sovereignty affects the exercise of treaty rights. They analyze how the state’s physical features and location of resources affected settlement patterns and the growth of cities. Drawing on their knowledge of economics, students analyze the influence of a market-based economy at the local and national levels. They learn about the unique role Minnesota played, and continues to play, in regional, national and global politics.

You can contact me by phone
(651)407-2248 or by email


PLEASE NOTE: ALL ASSIGNMENTS AND TEST DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR STUDENT'S PLANNER AS THE ACCURATE DUE DATE--THANK YOU.

Eagle Team Social Studies 6