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Grade 2 Units - Research- Continent Study, Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, History Link to K-8 Social Studies Curriculum Scoring Guides
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K12Social Studies K-2"I can..." statements/Learning TargetsSS Maine Learning Results1234
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SS.K-2.ASS.K-2.A Applications of Social Studies SS.K-2.A Applications of Social Studies Processes, Knowledge, and Skills: Students apply critical thinking, a research process, and discipline-based processes and knowledge from civics/government, economics, geography, and history in authentic contexts.
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Research - Continent Study, HistorySS.K-2.A1 SS.K-2.A1 I can research and develop positions on current Social Studies issues.SS.K-2.A1 Researching and Developing Positions on Current Social Studies Issues - Students identify and investigate research questions related to social studies by locating, organizing, and sharing information.
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Research - Continent StudySS.K-2.A1aSS.K-2.A1a I can ask questions related to Social Studies.SS.K-2.A1a Identify questions related to social studies.
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Research - Continent StudySS.K-2.A1bSS.K-2.A1b I can find good fit resources.SS.K-2.A1b Follow an established procedure for locating sources appropriate to reading level.
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Research - Continent Study, Geography, HistorySS.K-2.A1cSS.K-2.A1c I can use maps, photographs, charts, and graphs.SS.K-2.A1c Locate and collect information for a specific purpose from sources including maps, photographs, charts, and graphs.
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Research - Continent Study, HistorySS.K-2.A1dSS.K-2.A1d I can organize information.SS.K-2.A1d Organize findings.
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Research - Continent Study, HistorySS.K-2.A1eSS.K-2.A1e I can share information.SS.K-2.A1e Share information gathered using oral and visual examples.
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Civics & Government, EconomicsSS.K-2.A2 SS.K-2.A2 I can make decisions using my Social Studies knowledge and skills.SS.K-2.A2 Making Decisions Using Social Studies Knowledge and Skills - Students make individual and collaborative decisions on matters related to social studies using research and discussion skills.
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EconomicsSS.K-2.A2aSS.K-2.A2a I can share and listen to ideas (K) and make collaborative decisions (1&2).SS.K-2.A2a Share ideas and listen to the ideas of others to reach individual and collaborative decisions and make plans.
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EconomicsSS.K-2.A2bSS.K-2.A2b I can make decisions using appropriate social studies skills.SS.K-2.A2b Make a real or simulated decision related to the classroom, school, or beyond by applying appropriate and relevant social studies skills, including research skills, and relevant information.
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Civics & GovernmentSS.K-2.A3 SS.K-2.A3 I can take action using my Social Studies knowledge and skills.SS.K-2.A3 Taking Action Using Social Studies Knowledge and Skills - Students select, plan and participate in a civic action or service-learning project based on a classroom or school asset or need, and describe the project’s potential civic contribution.
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SS.K-2.BSS.K-2.B Civics and GovernmentSS.K-2.B Civics and Government: Students draw on concepts from civics and government to understand political systems, power, authority, governance, civic ideals and practices, and the role of citizens in the community, Maine, the United States, and world.
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Civics & Government, EconomicsSS.K-2.B1 SS.K-2.B1 I can show my understanding of key ideas and processes that characterize democratic government in my community and the United States.SS.K-2.B1 Knowledge, Concepts, Themes, and Patterns of Civics/Government - Students understand key ideas and processes that characterize democratic government in the community and the United States. Links to Informational text standards K (With prompting and support) - RI K.1 (ask and answer questions about key details) RI K.2 (identify main topic and retell key details) G1 - RI 1.3 (describe connections between events / information...) RI 1.5 (use text feartures to locate information...) RI 1.7 (use illustrations and details to describe key ideas) G2 - RI 2.3 (connection between historical events...) RI 2.5 (know and use various text features to locate key facts/information)
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Civics & GovernmentSS.K-2.B1aSS.K-2.B1a I can describe different rights and rules of citizens.SS.K-2.B1a Describe and provide examples of democratic ideals.
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Civics & GovernmentSS.K-2.B1bSS.K-2.B1b I can recognize symbols, monuments, celebrations, and leaders of government.SS.K-2.B1b Recognize symbols, monuments, celebrations, and leaders of local, State, and national government.
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Civics & Government, EconomicsSS.K-2.B1cSS.K-2.B1c I can describe how volunteers and community workers support the common good.SS.K-2.B1c Identify community workers and volunteers and the roles they play in promoting the common good.
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Civics & GovernmentSS.K-2.B2 SS.K-2.B2 I can show my understanding the rights, duties, responsibilities, and citizen participation in government.SS.K-2.B2 Rights, Duties, Responsibilities, and Citizen Participation in Government - Students understand the concepts of rights, duties, responsibilities, and participation.
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Civics & GovernmentSS.K-2.B2aSS.K-2.B2a I can describe my classroom rights, duties, and responsibilties are.SS.K-2.B2a Describe classroom rights, duties, and responsibilities including how students participate in some classroom decisions and are obliged to follow classroom rules.
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Civics & GovernmentSS.K-2.B2bSS.K-2.B2b I can explain what the classroom / school rules are and how I can help practice those rules.SS.K-2.B2b Explain the purpose of school/classroom rules and laws encountered in daily experiences to promote the common good and the peaceful resolution of conflict.
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Civics & GovernmentSS.K-2.B3 SS.K-2.B3 I can show my understanding of the civic aspects of classroom traditions and decisions, and the traditions of various cultures, including Maine Native Americans. SS.K-2.B3 Individual, Cultural, International, and Global Connections in Civics and Government - Students understand civic aspects of classroom traditions and decisions, and the traditions of various cultures, including Maine Native Americans.
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Civics & GovernmentSS.K-2.B3aSS.K-2.B3a I can explain that students have different interests and opinions.SS.K-2.B3a Identify and compare similar and differing interests and opinions students have related to classroom traditions and decisions.
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Civics & GovernmentSS.K-2.B3bSS.K-2.B3b I can compare national traditions and cultures including Maine Native Americans.SS.K-2.B3b Compare traditions that are similar across the nation and traditions that differ in various cultural groups including Maine Native Americans.
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SS.K-2.CSS.K-2.C EconomicsSS.K-2.C Economics: Students draw on concepts and processes from economics to understand issues of personal finance and issues of production, distribution, and consumption in the community, Maine, the United States, and world.
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EconomicsSS.K-2.C1 SS.K-2.C1 I can show my understanding of economics and key foundation ideas.SS.K-2.C1 Economic Knowledge, Concepts, Themes, and Patterns - Students understand the nature of economics as well as key foundation ideas.
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EconomicsSS.K-2.C1aSS.K-2.C1a I can describe the difference between wants and needs.SS.K-2.C1a Describe economics as how people make choices about how to use scarce resources to meet their wants and needs.
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EconomicsSS.K-2.C1bSS.K-2.C1b I can describe how money is used to buy goods, services, and save for the future.SS.K-2.C1b Describe how money is earned and managed in order to buy goods and services and save for the future.
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EconomicsSS.K-2.C2 SS.K-2.C2 I can show my uunderstanding of the influence of economics on individuals and groups in the United States and the world, including Maine Native Americans. SS.K-2.C2 Individual, Cultural, International, and Global Connections in Economics - Students understand the influence of economics on individuals and groups in the United States and the world, including Maine Native Americans.
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EconomicsSS.K-2.C2aSS.K-2.C2a I can describe economic factors that influence people and communities.SS.K-2.C2a Identify examples of how individuals, families, and communities, including Maine Native Americans, are influenced by economic factors.
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?SS.K-2.C2bSS.K-2.C2b I can describe how our community is impacted economically by various groups, past and present.SS.K-2.C2b Describe the work and contribution of various groups to the economics of the local community in the past and present.
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SS.K-2.DSS.K-2.D GeographySS.K-2.D Geography: Students draw on concepts and processes from geography to understand issues involving people, places, and environments in the community, Maine, the United States, and world.
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GeographySS.K-2.D1 SS.K-2.D1 I can show my understanding of the nature and basic ideas of geography.SS.K-2.D1 Geographic Knowledge, Concepts, Themes, and Patterns - Students understand the nature and basic ideas of geography.
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GeographySS.K-2.D1aSS.K-2.D1a I can define geography as learning about places and the people who live there.SS.K-2.D1a Explain that geography is the study of the Earth’s surface and peoples.
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GeographySS.K-2.D1bSS.K-2.D1b I can create a map of my community.SS.K-2.D1b Create visual representations of the immediate neighborhood and community.
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GeographySS.K-2.D1cSS.K-2.D1c I can use the cardinal directions to find and describe where a place is on the map/globe.SS.K-2.D1c Use basic maps and globes to identify local and distant places b. and locations, directions (including N, S, E, and W), and basic
physical, environmental, and cultural features.
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Research - Continent Study, HistorySS.K-2.D2 SS.K-2.D2 I can show my understanding of the influence of geography on individuals and groups in the United States and the world, including Maine Native Americans. SS.K-2.D2 Individual, Cultural, International, and Global Connections in Geography - Students understand the influence of geography on individuals and groups in the United States and the world, including Maine Native Americans.
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Research - Continent Study, HistorySS.K-2.D2aSS.K-2.D2a I can explore and identify how people live(d) based on geographical location. SS.K-2.D2a Identify the impacts of geographic features on individuals, families, and communities, including Maine Native Americans, in the United States and various other nations.
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SS.K-2.ESS.K-2.E HistorySS.K-2.E History: Students draw on concepts and processes from history to develop historical perspective and understand issues of continuity and change in the community, Maine, the United States, and world.
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HistorySS.K-2.E1 SS.K-2.E1 I can show my understanding of the nature of history and key foundation ideas. SS.K-2.E1 Historical Knowledge, Concepts, Themes, and Patterns - Students understand the nature of history as well as key foundation ideas.
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HistorySS.K-2.E1aSS.K-2.E1a I can describe history as "stories" of the past.SS.K-2.E1a Describe history as “stories” of the past.
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HistorySS.K-2.E1bSS.K-2.E1b I can identify key figures and events in my life. I can identify the history of traditions and holidays.SS.K-2.E1b Identify a few key figures and events from personal history, and the history of the community, Maine, and the United States, especially those associated with historically-based traditions.
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HistorySS.K-2.E1cSS.K-2.E1c I can identify past, present, and future.SS.K-2.E1c Identify past, present, and future in stories, pictures, poems, songs, or videos.
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HistorySS.K-2.E1dSS.K-2.E1d I can use the terms before and after when sequencing events.SS.K-2.E1d Apply terms such as “before” and “after” in sequencing events.
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HistorySS.K-2.E1eSS.K-2.E1e I can share history about my family, the community, and the nation.SS.K-2.E1e Create a brief historical account about family, the local community, or the nation by using artifacts, photographs, or stories of the past.
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HistorySS.K-2.E2 SS.K-2.E2 I can show my understanding of historical aspects of the uniqueness and commonality of individuals and groups, including Maine Native Americans. SS.K-2.E2 Individual, Cultural, International, and Global Connections in History - Students understands historical aspects of the uniqueness and commonality of individuals and groups, including Maine Native Americans.
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HistorySS.K-2.E2aSS.K-2.E2a I can share and compare family and community traditions.SS.K-2.E2a Explain how individuals, families, and communities share both common and unique aspects of culture, values, and beliefs through stories, traditions, religion, celebrations, or the arts.
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?SS.K-2.E2bSS.K-2.E2b I can describe traditions of Native Americans as related to Thanksgiving. (may move to grade 3) SS.K-2.E2b Describe traditions of Maine Native Americans and various historical and recent immigrant groups and traditions common to all.
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