Fifth Grade Unit 4

Girl Student with Books

1. What causes conflict?
  b. This means I can understand and discuss the meaning conflict in various settings.
    Subject Title Series
Conflict 5 Ways to Work Things Out (Without Fighting) Get Along Monsters
Conflict Countdown to Independence: Causes of the American Revolution Causes of the American Revolution
Conflict Decisions and Conflicts Health for Children
Conflict Don't Laugh At Me: Grades 2-5
Conflict Elements of Fiction Literature for Students
Conflict Enemy Pie Reading Rainbow General Education
Conflict French and Indian War
Conflict Global Concerns Global Human Rights
Conflict Groak Learns About Bullying Prevent Violence With Groak
Conflict How to Get Along (Without Beating Each Other Up) My Blog
Conflict McGruff on Anger, Conflict and Violence McGruff the Crime Dog
Conflict Seeds of Liberty: Causes of the American Revolution Causes of the American Revolution
Conflict Solving Conflicts
Conflict Southern Colonies: Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia Making the 13 Colonies
Conflict Student Workshop, Communication: A Key to Resolving Conflict Student Workshop
Conflict Student Workshop, Lower the Volume: Anger and Conflict Student Workshop
Conflict The Civil War United States History - Origins to 2000
Conflict The Civil War United States History - Origins to WWII
Conflict The Cold War United States History - Origins to 2000
Conflict The Middle East United States History - Origins to 2000
Conflict The Road to War Unfinished Nation II
Conflict Utah's Blackhawk War: Culture in Conflict
Conflict When You Can't Work It Out Student Workshop
Conflict Working Things Out (The Answer is Out There) My Blog
Conflict World War I Talking Maps
Conflict World War I: The War in Europe America in the 20th Century
Conflict You Can Solve It! Conflict
2. How are traits inherited and behaviors learned?
  c. This means I can chart data about parental traits.
    Subject Title Series
Heredity/Traits Adaptations and Life Cycles Science Clips for Students
Heredity/Traits Characteristics of Animals Science Clips for Children
Heredity/Traits Evolution Animal Life in Action
Heredity/Traits Fundamentals of Genetics Genetics
Heredity/Traits Genes and Heredity Human Body in Action
Heredity/Traits Heredity Genetics
Heredity/Traits Mammals Animal Life in Action
d. This means I can compare and contrast traits of similar species.
  Subject Title Series
Instinct Animal Behavior Nature of Living Things
Instinct Ants: Little Creatures Who Run the World Nova
Instinct Butterfly Basics
Instinct Instincts in Animals Concepts in Nature
e. This means I can explain how specific environments help different animals survive.
  Subject Title Series
Animal Adaptation Adaptation Nature Works
Animal Adaptation Adaptations Many Worlds of Nature
Animal Adaptation Adaptations and Life Cycles Science Clips for Students
Animal Adaptation Adaptations and Life Cycles Nature of Living Things
Animal Adaptation Adapting to Changes in Nature Concepts in Nature
Animal Adaptation All About Animal Adaptations Animal Life for Children
Animal Adaptation All About Bugs Animal Life for Children
Animal Adaptation All About Deserts and Grasslands Ecosystems for Children
Animal Adaptation Animal Adaptations Animal Life in Action
Animal Adaptation Animal Adaptations Discovery School Channel Elementary
Animal Adaptation Animal Adaptations: Communication Science of Disney Imagineering
Animal Adaptation Animal Biology: The Hippopotamus
Animal Adaptation Animal Habitats First Film
Animal Adaptation Animals At Home in the Desert Living Desert
Animal Adaptation Animals in Autumn and Winter
Animal Adaptation Animals of the Rainforest Rainforest for Children
Animal Adaptation Animals With Backbones
Animal Adaptation Antarctic Animals: Living On the Edge 3-2-1 Classroom Contact
Animal Adaptation Ants: Little Creatures Who Run the World Nova
Animal Adaptation Australia's Plants: Surviving Down Under World of Nature
Animal Adaptation Birds in the City First Film
Animal Adaptation Characteristics of Animals Science Clips for Children
Animal Adaptation Coloration Nature Works
Animal Adaptation Coniferous Forests Biomes of the World in Action
Animal Adaptation Creatures of the Namib Desert
Animal Adaptation Desert Life: Desert Giant: the World of the Saguaro Cactus/Alejandro's Gift Reading Rainbow Favorites
Animal Adaptation Deserts Biomes of the World in Action
Animal Adaptation Deserts Wonder Why I
Animal Adaptation Deserts and the Tundra Biomes
Animal Adaptation Earth Disneynature
Animal Adaptation Ecosystems and Habitats Science Clips for Children
Animal Adaptation Habitat Diversity Great Animal Stories
Animal Adaptation Migration Disneynature
Animal Adaptation Monkey Rain Forest Wild Places
Animal Adaptation Polar Prowl Really Wild Animals
Animal Adaptation Predators and Prey Disneynature
Animal Adaptation Reptiles Animal Life in Action
Animal Adaptation Season in the Mountains Great Animal Stories
Animal Adaptation Venomous Marine Adaptations The Living Oceans
Grizzly Bears All About Animal Adaptations Animal Life for Children
Grizzly Bears Brother Bear Disney Classics
Grizzly Bears Brother Bear 2
Grizzly Bears Grizzly Bears Alphabet Zoop
Penguins Adventures of Scamper the Penguin
Penguins All About Birds Animal Life for Children
Penguins Antarctic Antics
Penguins Cold-Blooded Penguin
Penguins Deserts/Ice Worlds/Shallow Seas Planet Earth
Penguins March of the Penguins
Penguins March of the Penguins
Penguins Penguin Nature Watch Digest
Penguins Penguins Disney's Animal World
Penguins Penguins Alphabet Zoop
Penguins Penguins
Penguins Polar Ice Biomes for Students
Penguins The Antarctic Animal Homes
Penguins The Pebble and the Penguin
Penguins Told From the Cold The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That
3. What were the causes and events of the Civil War?
  a. This means I can research, understand, and explain the events that lead to the Civil War.
    Subject Title Series
Civil War American Civil War American Civil War
Civil War Causes of the Civil War U.S. History Collection
Civil War Causes of the Civil War United States Origins to 2000 History
Civil War Civil War and Reconstruction and Development of the Industrial U.S. The American Presidents
Civil War Civil War Minutes - Union Civil War Minutes
Civil War Colonial Children
Civil War Colonizing North America: Early Settlers Colonial and Founding Period
Civil War Gettysburg: The Last Full Measure
Civil War I Want to Finish This Job: 1864 Lincoln
Civil War National Struggle Portraits of American Presidents
Civil War North vs. South in the Founding of the U.S. Geography in the U.S. History
Civil War Pony Express
Civil War Reconstruction Portraits of American Presidents
Civil War Reconstruction and Segregation (1865-1910) United States Origins to 2000 History
Civil War Slavery in the Lower South: The Mississippi Valley and Low Country American Paradox
Civil War The Battle of Gettysburg History Happened Here
Civil War The Civil War United States Origins to 2000 History
Civil War The Civil War in Four Minutes
Civil War The Turning Tide and the Final Peace Great Campaigns of the Civil War
Civil War U.S. and the World (1865-1917) United States Origins to 2000 History
Civil War Utah's Blackhawk War: Culture in Conflict
Emancipation Proclamation A History of Slavery in America
Emancipation Proclamation Abraham Lincoln (16th) Our Presidents in America's History
Emancipation Proclamation African American Life American History for Children
Emancipation Proclamation Equal Rights For All American History for Children
Gettysburg Gettysburg: The Last Full Measure
Gettysburg Just a Few Words, Mr. Lincoln: The Story of the Gettysburg Address
Gettysburg Lincoln at Gettysburg Early Americans in History
Gettysburg Smithsonian and the Presidency This Is America, Charlie Brown
Gettysburg The Battle of Gettysburg History Happened Here
Historical Figures Abraham Lincoln Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures Abraham Lincoln Our Presidents in America's History
Historical Figures Abraham Lincoln
Historical Figures Abraham Lincoln Animated Hero Classics
Historical Figures Abraham Lincoln America's Story
Historical Figures Clara Barton Against the Odds
Historical Figures Harriet Tubman Great Americans for Children
Historical Figures Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad
Historical Figures History of Slavery in America
Historical Figures Millard Fillmore (13th), Franklin Pierce (14th), & James Buchanan (15th) Our Presidents in America's History
4. What impact did the Civil War have on people?
  a. This means I can recognize that the Civil War had a lasting effect on all people.
    Subject Title Series
Impact Eli Whitney Inventors of the World
Impact North to Freedom: The Underground Railroad to Canada
Slavery A History of Slavery in America
Slavery Abraham Lincoln Great Americans for Children
Slavery Abraham Lincoln America's Story
Slavery African American Life American History for Children
Slavery Democracy and Reform United States Origins to 2000 History
Slavery Follow the Drinking Gourd Reading Rainbow
Slavery Harriet Tubman The Animated Hero Classics
Slavery Harriet Tubman Animated Hero Classics
Slavery Henry's Freedom Box
Slavery Opposing Slavery: The Abolitionist Movement in America America's Journey Through Slavery
Slavery Reconstruction and Segregation (1865-1910) United States Origins to 2000 History
Slavery Sellin' of Jamie Thomas, Part 1 and 2 Young People's Specials
Slavery Show Way Reading Rainbow Social Studies
Slavery Slavery and Freedom United States Origins to 2000 History
Slavery Slavery in Colonial Virginia and the Chesapeake American Paradox
Slavery Slavery in the Lower South: The Mississippi Valley and Low Country American Paradox
Slavery Slavery in the Northeast - New England and the Middle Colonies American Paradox
Slavery Southern Colonies: Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia Making the 13 Colonies
Slavery The Life of an Enslaved Person in America America's Journey Through Slavery
Slavery William H. Harrison (9th), John Tyler (10th), James K. Polk (11th), and Zachary Taylor (12th) Our Presidents in America's History
5. What are the consequences of the Civil War?
  a. This means I can identify and describe the positive and negative of the Civil War.
    Subject Title Series
Civil Rights A History of the Civil Rights Movement
Civil Rights African Americans Multicultural Peoples of North America
Civil Rights Ain't Scared of Your Jails PBS Index Database: Eye on the Prize
Civil Rights Bridge to Freedom (1965) PBS Index Database: Eye on the Prize
Civil Rights Civil Rights United States Origins to 2000 History
Civil Rights Equality and Civil Rights Our Modern U.S. History
Civil Rights Martin Luther King, Jr.
Civil Rights Martin Luther King, Jr. Great Americans for Children
Civil Rights Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Holidays for Children
Civil Rights Mississippi: Is This America? (1962-1964) PBS Index Database: Eye on the Prize
Civil Rights No Easy Walk (1962-66) PBS Index Database: Eye on the Prize
Civil Rights Post-War U.S.A. United States Origins to 2000 History
Civil Rights Rosa
Civil Rights Selma, Lord, Selma
Civil Rights The Time Has Come (1964-1966) /Two Societies (1965-1968) Eye on the Prize II