Unit 1: Thinking Like a Historian Thinking Like A HistorianIn the Thinking Like a Historian Unit, students will use historical tools (primary/secondary sources, maps, timelines, charts, graphs, etc) to develop analytical and inquiry skills that will deepen their study and understanding of United States history. 5.H.1.5 Compare multiple perspectives of various historical events using primary and secondary sources. 5.G1.1 Explain the relationship between location, physical environment, and human activity in the United States. 5.C&G.1.1 Distinguish the roles and responsibilities of the three branches of government in terms of how the branches cooperate .5.C&G.2.2 Exemplify ways in which rights are protected under the United States Constitution. 5.B.1.2 Explain how the values and beliefs of various indigenous, religious, and racial groups have contributed to the development of American identity.