Kansas Curricular Standards
The Territorial Kansas Online lesson plans address the following requirements of the Kansas Curricular Standards for Kansas and United States History:
K8B3I1--Explains the concept of popular sovereignty under the Kansas-Nebraska Act
K8B3I4--Describes the role of important individuals during
the territorial period. The lesson plan will focus on John Brown.
K8B3I5--Evaluates the Wyandotte Constitution with respect to the civil rights of women and African Americans
K8B8I3—Examines historical document, artifacts, and other materials of Kansas history and analyzes them in terms of credibility, purpose, perspective, or point of view
K11B3I1--Describes the development of towns on the Missouri
River in relationship to the slavery issue in the Kansas Territory
K11B8I3—Examines and analyzes primary and secondary sources in order to differentiate between historical facts and historical interpretations in Kansas history.
United States History
U8B3I1—Examines historical materials relating to United States history during the 1800s to analyze change over time and make logical inferences concerning cause and effect.
U11B8I3—Examines and analyzes primary and secondary sources in order to differentiate between historical facts and historical interpretations in United States history.