Power Standards (Listed) and Supporting Standards (Italicized)
With guidance and support, explain how individuals that live, learn and work together make important decisions, and the effect that these decisions have on a variety of diverse communities. (SS.1.CV.1)
Identify reasons for rules and explain how rules establish responsibilities and roles, and their effect on one’s own and other groups and communities.’ (SS.1.CV.2)
Compare how people in different types of communities use local and world-wide environments to meet their daily needs.(SS.1.G.3.)
Describe how human activities affect the cultural and environmental characteristics of places or regions. (SS.1.G.2 )
Construct and interpret print and digital maps and other cultural representations of familiar places (SS.1.G.1)
Explain and give examples of when choices are made that something else is given up. (SS.EC.1.1)
Describe the skills and knowledge required to produce certain goods and services. (SS EC 2.1)
Explain how people are compensated for work. (SS EC 3.1)
Social Studies Inquiry Standards
Generate important questions to address local, regional, state, national, and global problems.
Create action steps to find answers to questions.
Evaluate and use credible sources that represent multiple points of view.
Develop claims, formulate explanations, and construct arguments using relevant evidence and data from multiple sources to answer important questions.
Share findings with authentic audiences using a variety of technologies to enhance the message.
Reflect on one’s inquiry process and findings to take informed action.