7th Grade

Topic Code Benchmark Description
Unification and Monarchy 7HHK.1.1 Analyze both change and continuity during unification and the monarchy period Mo‘okū‘auhau
Unification and Monarchy 7HHK.1.1 Analyze both change and continuity during unification and the monarchy period Nūpepa ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi
Unification and Monarchy 7HHK.1.1 Analyze both change and continuity during unification and the monarchy period Governance
Unification and Monarchy 7HHK.3.1 Explain the events (including warfare and land control), people (including Kamehameha, Kekūhaupi‘o, Kalani‘ōpu‘u, Kīwala‘ō, Keōua, Keawema‘uhili, Kahekili, Kalanikūpule, Davies, and Young), and ideas (including foreign advisors, weaponry, and strategies) that led to the unification of the Hawaiian Islands. Kamehameha and his legacy
Unification and Monarchy 7HHK.3.1 Explain the events (including warfare and land control), people (including Kamehameha, Kekūhaupi‘o, Kalani‘ōpu‘u, Kīwala‘ō, Keōua, Keawema‘uhili, Kahekili, Kalanikūpule, Davies, and Young), and ideas (including foreign advisors, weaponry, and strategies) that led to the unification of the Hawaiian Islands. Kaumuali‘i's Kaua‘i
Unification and Monarchy 7HHK.3.3 Explain reasons foreigners (including explorers, whalers, traders, and missionaries) came to Hawai‘i and explain the political (including change in government and roles/power of leaders), social (including the decline of Hawaiian population, Christianity, the establishment of churches/schools, and end of kapu system) and economic (including the rise of mercantilism) impact on Hawai‘i Kalākaua and the Kingdom of Hawai'i
Unification and Monarchy 7HHK.3.3 Explain reasons foreigners (including explorers, whalers, traders, and missionaries) came to Hawai‘i and explain the political (including change in government and roles/power of leaders), social (including the decline of Hawaiian population, Christianity, the establishment of churches/schools, and end of kapu system) and economic (including the rise of mercantilism) impact on Hawai‘i Nāhi'ena'ena and her Pā'ū
Unification and Monarchy 7HHK.3.3 Explain reasons foreigners (including explorers, whalers, traders, and missionaries) came to Hawai‘i and explain the political (including change in government and roles/power of leaders), social (including the decline of Hawaiian population, Christianity, the establishment of churches/schools, and end of kapu system) and economic (including the rise of mercantilism) impact on Hawai‘i Missionary influence
Unification and Monarchy 7HHK.3.5 Describe the coming of early immigrant groups (including Chinese, Portuguese, and Japanese) to Hawai‘i as contract laborers, their experience in the plantation system, aspects of their culture that was brought with them (including beliefs, knowledge, and/or practices), and the relationships that developed between themselves as well as others (including inequities on the job, cultural diffusion, and/or assimilation) Waves of new migration
Overthrow and Contemporary Issues 7HHK.3.7 Analyze the roles of significant individuals (including King David Kalākaua, Robert Wilcox, Queen Lili‘uokalani, Sanford B. Dole, Lorrin A. Thurston, and Minister Stevens) and groups (including Annexationist/Committee of Public Safety, Aloha ‘Āina, and American businessmen) and their involvement in the Overthrow Hae Hawai‘i