1. Demonstrate understanding of some significant historical concepts, events, people and themes (Knowledge &Inquiry)
  2. Demonstrate understanding of how historians think and approach the past using debate or argument (Knowledge &Inquiry)
  3. Apply historical methods to historical problems, including how changes occurred over time, in research, writing and presentation (Critical Thinking, Knowledge & Inquiry)
  4. Articulate understanding of diversity within and among past cultures and societies (Identity & Culture, Ethics & Social Responsibility)
  5. Demonstrate the application of historical approaches to historical issues and problems in written English and American Sign Language (Language and Communication)
  6. Demonstrate ability to contextualize and evaluate primary and secondary source evidence (Critical thinking)