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EL3SSSS01000EL3-SS.SS.01.00.0Knowledge of the principles expressed in documents shaping constitutional democracy in the United States.Civics & Government: Social structures and and government systems, Laws and principles of U.S. government.
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EL3SSSS01AaEL3-SS.SS.01.A.aDescribe how people in the community and state work together to achieve common goals.Civics & Government: Social structures and governments systems.
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EL3SSSS01AbEL3-SS.SS.01.A.bIdentify reasons why cities make laws and ordinances.Civics & Government: Laws and principles of the U.S. govenrment.
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EL3SSSS01AcEL3-SS.SS.01.A.cExplain why cities make laws and ordinances.Civics & Government: Laws and principles of the U.S. govenrment.
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EL3SSSS01AdEL3-SS.SS.01.A.dIdentify and describe the basic sequence of how laws are made: law is proposed, discussed, amended, voted on.Civics & Government: Laws and principles of the U.S. govenrment.
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EL3SSSS01AeEL3-SS.SS.01.A.eDiscuss and explain responsibilities of citizens including respect for the rights of others, paying taxes, voting, working for social justice, volunteering, stewardship.Civics & Government: Rights and responsibilities.
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EL3SSSS01AfEL3-SS.SS.01.A.fState the main purposes of the Declaration of Independence.Civics & Government: Social structures and government systems.
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EL3SSSS02000EL3-SS.SS.02.00.0Knowledge of principles and processes of governance systems.Civics & Government: Social structures and government systems.
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EL3SSSS02AaEL3-SS.SS.02.A.aRecognize there are different levels of government (local, state, and federal).Civics & Government: Social structures and government systems.
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EL3SSSS02AbEL3-SS.SS.02.A.bIntroduce and define the functions of the three branches of government.Civics & Government: Social structures and government systems.
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EL3SSSS02AcEL3-SS.SS.02.A.cAnalyze peaceful resolution of disputes by courts or other legitimate authorities, such as parents, teachers, principals, etc.Civics & Government: Viewpoints and issues.
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EL3SSSS03000EL3-SS.SS.03.00.0Knowledge of continuity and change in the history of the United States.History: Change and chronolgy.
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EL3SSSS03AaEL3-SS.SS.03.A.aIntroduction of migration and immigration.History: Change and chronolgy.
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EL3SSSS03AbEL3-SS.SS.03.A.bIntroduce Westward Expansion (e.g., Lewis and Clark, Sacagawea, pioneers).History: Change and chronolgy.
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EL3SSSS03AcEL3-SS.SS.03.A.cDescribe the contributions of people who have influenced and shaped the modern world (i.e. Martin Luther King, Jr., Susan B. Anthony, Mother Theresa, and Mahatma Ghandi).Civics & Government: Viewpoints and issues.
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EL3SSSS03AdEL3-SS.SS.03.A.dIntroduce the role of the Civil War as a catalyst for change.History: Change and chronolgy.
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EL3SSSS04000EL3-SS.SS.04.00.0Knowledge of economic concepts and principles.Economics: Economics principles.
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EL3SSSS04AaEL3-SS.SS.04.A.aDefine and explain the principles of goods and services, including: scarcity, investment/savings, supply/demand, charitable organizations, community service, tithing, and stewardship.Economics: Economics principles.
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EL3SSSS04AbEL3-SS.SS.04.A.bCompare natural, capital and human resources.Economics: Economics principles.
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EL3SSSS04AcEL3-SS.SS.04.A.cIdentify and give examples of consumers and producersEconomics: Economic principles, Production and technology.
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EL3SSSS04AdEL3-SS.SS.04.A.dConduct a cost-benefit analysis incorporating the production of natural resources to the final projectEconomics: Economic principles, Production and technology.
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EL3SSSS04AeEL3-SS.SS.04.A.eIdentify taxes that students experience, such as sales taxNot tested.
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EL3SSSS04AfEL3-SS.SS.04.A.fList how tax moneys are used, who benefits from tax-supported services and who pays for these servicesNot tested.
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EL3SSSS05000EL3-SS.SS.05.00.0Knowledge of major elements of geographical study and analysis (such as location, place, movement, and regions) and their relationship to changes in society and the environment.Geography: People and enviornment.
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EL3SSSS05AaEL3-SS.SS.05.A.aConstruct a map of a familiar place (e.g., home, neighborhood, Biblical or fictional place) that includes a title, compass rose, symbols, and legend.Geography: Earth's features.
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EL3SSSS05AbEL3-SS.SS.05.A.bConstruct maps using symbols to represent human and physical features.Geography: Earth's features.
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EL3SSSS05AcEL3-SS.SS.05.A.cRecognize physical and human features on a map or globe. Physical: (i.e., ocean, continent, river, lake, mountain range, valley, volcano), Human: (i.e., equator, North and Southern Hemispheres, North and South Poles)Geography: Earth's features.
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EL3SSSS05AdEL3-SS.SS.05.A.dLocate physical and human features on a map, globe, illustrations or images. Physical: (i.e., seven continents, world's oceans, river, lake, mountain range, coast) Human: (i.e., equator, Northern/Southern Hemispheres, Northern/Southern Poles)Geography: Earth's features.
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EL3SSSS05AeEL3-SS.SS.05.A.eLocate the regions of the United States.Geography: Earth's features.
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EL3SSSS05AfEL3-SS.SS.05.A.fName the states of each region of the United States.Geography: Earth's features.
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EL3SSSS05AgEL3-SS.SS.05.A.gDescribe and use absolute location on political and physical maps using the following elements: alpha-numeric grids, title, compass rose, symbols, legend, scale.Geography: Earth's features.
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EL3SSSS05AhEL3-SS.SS.05.A.hDescribe major factors that impact human populations.Geography: People and the Enviornment.
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EL3SSSS06000EL3-SS.SS.06.00.0Knowledge of relationships of the individual and groups to institutions and cultural traditions.History: Historical research methods. Civics & Government: Viewpoints and issues.
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EL3SSSS06AaEL3-SS.SS.06.A.aCompare how people's needs have been met in different ways in different cultures at various times.History: Historical research methods.
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EL3SSSS06AbEL3-SS.SS.06.A.bIdentify how various cultures exchange different, values, beliefs, and experiences.History: Historical research methods.
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EL3SSSS06AcEL3-SS.SS.06.A.cUnderstand the impact of missionaries on the growth of our nation (schools, hospitals, orphanages)Not tested.
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EL3SSSS07000EL3-SS.SS.07.00.0Knowledge of the use of tools of social science inquiry (such as surveys, statistics, maps and documents)History: Historical research methods.
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EL3SSSS07AaEL3-SS.SS.07.A.aIdentify, select and use visual, graphic and auditory aids (timelines and diagrams)History: Change
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EL3SSSS07AbEL3-SS.SS.07.A.bIdentify, use and create primary and secondary sources (diaries, letters, pictures)Not tested.
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EL3SSSS07AcEL3-SS.SS.07.A.cIdentify and use library and media resourcesNot tested.
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EL3SSSS07AdEL3-SS.SS.07.A.dIdentify and use artifacts (building structures, fossils, cultural art)Not tested.
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