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EL2SSSS01000EL2-SS.SS.01.00.0Identify some of the characteristics of citizenship and democracy in the United StatesCivic and Govt-social structures/government systems
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EL2SSSS01A0EL2-SS.SS.01.A.0Vote and apply the concept of majority ruleCivic and Govt-rights and responsibilities
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EL2SSSS01B0EL2-SS.SS.01.B.0Identify why cities make laws and why they should be obeyedLaws and Principals of US Government, Social Structures and government systems
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EL2SSSS01C0EL2-SS.SS.01.C.0Know the importance of national symbols including the flagCivic and Govt-social structures/government systems
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EL2SSSS01D0EL2-SS.SS.01.D.0Recite and describe the importance of the Pledge of AllegianceCivic and Govt-rights and responsibilities
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EL2SSSS01E0EL2-SS.SS.01.E.0Explain how the Constitution protects the rights of Americans past and present Civic & Govt-Rights and Responsiblities, Laws and Principals of US Government
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EL2SSSS01F0EL2-SS.SS.01.F.0State the roles of mayor, governor, president, congress, and courtCivic & Govt-Laws & Principals of US Government, Social structures and government systems
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EL2SSSS01G0EL2-SS.SS.01.G.0Explain how disputes can threaten the peace in a community and how they may be resolved peacefully promoting the common goodCivics-Rights and Responsibilities
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EL2SSSS01H0EL2-SS.SS.01.H.0Describe how authoritative decisions are made, enforced, and interpreted within local communities Civic & Govt-Laws & Principals of US Government, Social structures and government systems
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EL2SSSS02000EL2-SS.SS.02.00.0Identify individuals and groups and their impact on historyHistory-change and chronology
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EL2SSSS02A0EL2-SS.SS.02.A.0Summarize Colonial/Early American Life and Westward ExpansionHistory-change and chronology; Geography-People and the Environment
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EL2SSSS02B0EL2-SS.SS.02.B.0Compare and contrast the habitats, resources, art and daily lives of Native American people to our own present day lifeHistory-Cultures and Traditions
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EL2SSSS02C0EL2-SS.SS.02.C.0Summarize the main contributions of Lewis and ClarkHistory-change and chronology, culture and traditions
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EL2SSSS03000EL2-SS.SS.03.00.0Identify several econmic concepts in the working worldEconomics-work & workers, Needs, wants, and choices
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EL2SSSS03A0EL2-SS.SS.03.A.0Explain and demonstrate how people trade using money and bartering Economis-needs, wants, and choices
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EL2SSSS03B0EL2-SS.SS.03.B.0Chart the production of a good from farm to factory Economics-work and workers
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EL2SSSS03C0EL2-SS.SS.03.C.0Differentiate between goods and services, and producers and consumersEconomics-workers, needs, wants, choices
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EL2SSSS03D0EL2-SS.SS.03.D.0Participate in way(s) to provide goods or volunteer service to the community in need (Stewardship)Economics-needs, wants, choices
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EL2SSSS04000EL2-SS.SS.04.00.0Locate and describe some geographical areas, bodies of water, and modes of movements in the worldGeography-People and Environment, Earth's features
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EL2SSSS04A0EL2-SS.SS.04.A.0Read, construct, and use maps with title and keyGeography-Earths features
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EL2SSSS04B0EL2-SS.SS.04.B.0Identify and locate the world's seven continents and five oceansGeography-Earths features
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EL2SSSS04C0EL2-SS.SS.04.C.0Identify and describe physical characteristics in the world (landforms, water bodies, etc.)Geography-Earths features
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EL2SSSS04D0EL2-SS.SS.04.D.0Describe why people of different groups settle more in one place than anotherGeography/people and environment
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EL2SSSS04E0EL2-SS.SS.04.E.0Describe how transportation and communication systems have facilitated the movement of people, products and ideas History-change and chronology
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EL2SSSS04F0EL2-SS.SS.04.F.0Describe different types of communication and transportation and identify their advantages and disadvantages History-change and chronology
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EL2SSSS04G0EL2-SS.SS.04.G.0Define regions (i.e. places that have some unifying characteristic)Geography-Earths features
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EL2SSSS04H0EL2-SS.SS.04.H.0Identify natural resources and how we use and misuse themGeography-Earths features
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EL2SSSS05000EL2-SS.SS.05.00.0Recognize characteristics of diverse cultures and communitiesHIstory-culture and tradiitons
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EL2SSSS05A0EL2-SS.SS.05.A.0Identify customs and traditions of diverse culturesHIstory-culture and tradiitons
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EL2SSSS05B0EL2-SS.SS.05.B.0Differentiate between urban, rural, and suburban communities People and the Environment/Socials Structures and Government Systems
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EL2SSSS6000EL2-SS.SS.6.00.0Identify key historical figures and landmarks
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EL2SSSS6C0EL2-SS.SS.6.C.0Recognize key historical figures (Examples: Cesar Chavez, Clara Barton, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Martin Luther King, Jr.History-change and chronology
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EL2SSSS6D0EL2-SS.SS.6.D.0Recognize key historical landmarks (Examples: St. Louis Arch, Ellis Island, Grand Canyon, Redwood Forest, Mount Rushmore)Geography/People and Environment/Cultures and traditions
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EL2SSSS7000EL2-SS.SS.7.00.0Differentiate between several resources for social studies inquiryChange and Chronology/Economic Principals
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EL2SSSS7A0EL2-SS.SS.7.A.0Identify and select visual, graphic, and auditory aids (i.e.graphs and charts)Change and Chronology/Economic Principals
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EL2SSSS7B0EL2-SS.SS.7.B.0Identify, select, and use primary and secondary sources (i.e.diaries, letters, presenters, interviews, journals, photos, and field trips) to study past and current eventsChange and Chronology/Economic Principals
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EL2SSSS7C0EL2-SS.SS.7.C.0Identify libray and media resources (video, electronic resources, books and periodicals)
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EL2SSSS7D0EL2-SS.SS.7.D.0Identify and select artifacts (i.e.building structures and materials, works of cultural art, fossils, pottery, tools, clothing, anad musical instruments) to study people and events from the pastHistory/change and chronology, culture
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EL2SSSS7E0EL2-SS.SS.7.E.0Design a timeline to demonstrate previous content studied in chronological orderHistory/change and chronology; Economic principles
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