Social Studies ELTs.xls
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Graduation StandardGradeTitleFoundational ConceptProficient Rigor = 3Exceeds Rigor = 4
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Civics and GovernmentKUnderstands rules and their purpose inåÊallowing groups to work effectively. (Rights and Responsibilities A)(Rights and Responsibilities)
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Civics and Government2Understands (compare)åÊtheåÊrights and responsibilities of various leadership roles within the school and community. (Rights and Responsibilities B)(Rights and Responsibilities)
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Civics and Government3Understands how laws and rules define good citizenship in his/her community. (Rights and Responsibilities C)(Rights and Responsibilities)
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Civics and Government3Understands the significance of having a written constitution (as in a document that sets out the laws). (US Constitution and Legal System A)(US Constitution and Legal System)
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Economics2Understand that money is earned and used to buy goods and services. (Personal Finance)
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Economics2Understand the concept of saving money for the future. (Personal Finance)
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GeographyKUnderstands that people have similarities and differences. (Cultural Awareness and Understanding A)
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Geography1Understand (compare and contrast) that people have different cultural backgrounds. (Cultural Awareness and Understanding B)
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Geography1Understands (compare and contrast) thatåÊthe world is diverse and multicultural. (Cultural Awareness and Understanding C)
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Geography1Understands (symbolizing) that a map isåÊa visual representation of a place such as a room, home, school, neighborhood, etc. (Maps and Tools A)
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Geography3Understands (identify and categorize) geography includesåÊtheåÊstudy of the Earth‰Ûªs surface. (Maps and Tools B)
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Geography3Understands cardinal and intermediate directions. (Maps and Tools C)
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Geography4Understands (abstract / compare and contrast) purposes and uses ofåÊthematic maps. (Maps and Tools E)
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Geography4Understands (comparing / distinguish) the geography of Maine including physical features and regions. (US Regions A)
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Geography4Understands the conceptåÊ(symbolize / show and represent)åÊof geographic grid using latitude and longitude. (Maps and Tools E)
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Geography4Understands the purpose (analyzing errors / evaluate and edit)åÊof a legend and a map scale. (Maps and Tools D)
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Geography5Understands (classifying / identifying the types of) the geographic features that are common and uniqueåÊtoåÊcertain partsåÊof the United States. (US Regions B)
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Geography5Understands (constructing support / give reasons to explain) where people live/settleåÊinfluencesåÊhow they work, play, andåÊinteract. (US Regions D)
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Geography5Understands the geographic features that are common and unique to certain parts of the United States. (US Regions B)
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Geography5Understands the relationship between regions of the United States and climate. (US Regions C)
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Geography5Understands where people live/settle influences how they work, play, and interact. (US Regions D)
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Geography5UnderstandsåÊ(analyzing / compare and contrast) theåÊrelationship between regions of the United States and climate. (US Regions C)
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World History1Understand (compare and contrast) different customs and belief systems of people and societies around the world. (Religion, Diversity, Identity A)
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