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Announcements: Social Studies Standards

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Social Studies Standards

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2.US.1.1. Students are able to place important historical events in the order in which they occurred.

2.US.1.2. Students are able to compare features of modern-day living (food, shelter, clothing, transportation) to those of the past.

2.US.1.3. Students are able to describe ways historical figures contributed to modern-day life.

2.US.2.1. Students are able to compare ways different cultures shared traditions.

2.W.2.1. Students are able to compare holidays celebrated in different countries.

2.G.1.1. Students are able to construct a simple aerial view map of the classroom using a map key/legend and at least five symbols.

2.G.1.2. Students are able to use simple map reading skills to identify the map title, label four directions on a compass rose, and interpret the symbols of a map key/legend.

Example:  Use these skills to find South Dakota and Washington D.C. on a map.

Identify seven continents and four major oceans.

2.C.1.1. Students are able to explain the difference between rules and laws.

Example: Create a Venn diagram comparing school rules vs. community laws.

2.C.1.2. Students are able to identify why laws are needed in a community and why there are legal consequences for lawbreakers.

Example:  Design a safety poster illustrating a law being obeyed and a law being broken.

2.C.1.3. Students are able to explain the basic political roles of leaders in the larger community.

Example: Match the mayor, the governor, the legislators, the congressmen, senators, and the president to local/state/national government.

2.C.2.1. Students are able to describe the meaning of majority rule and its related function in a democracy.

2.E.1.1. Students are able to identify the differences between natural resources and human resources and how they are used.

2.E.1.2. Students are able to explain the importance of making informed decisions about spending, borrowing, and saving.

  • name a resource;

participate in classroom money activities.

·        identify the differences between human resources and natural resources;

explain the importance of making informed decisions about spending, borrowing, and saving.

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Created at 9/3/2010 5:39 PM by Mack, Sharon
Last modified at 10/5/2010 4:29 PM by Mack, Sharon