Social Studies Standard Articulated by Grade Level to 2000 Social Studies Standards



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Crosswalk: Social Studies Standard Articulated by Grade Level
to 2000 Social Studies Standards

Kindergarten






Social Studies Standard Articulated by Grade Level

2000 Arizona Academic Content Standard:

Social Studies



Strand 1: American History

Concept 1: Research Skills for History

Coding

Performance Objective

SS01-S1C1-01

Place important life events in chronological order on a timeline.


1SS-F1-PO1

SS01-S1C1-02

Retell stories to describe past events, people and places.


1SS-F1-PO2

1SS-F3-PO1




SS01-S1C1-03

Use primary source materials (e.g., photos, artifacts, maps) to study people and events from the past.


1SS-F2-PO1

Concept 2: Early Civilizations Pre 1500




SS01-S1C2-01

Recognize that the development of farming allowed groups of people to settle in one place and develop into cultures/civilizations (e.g., Ancestral Puebloans [Anasazi], Hohokam, Moundbuilders, Aztec, Mayan)


1SS-F2-PO2

SS01-S1C2-02

Recognize that settlement led to developments in farming techniques (e.g., irrigation), government, art, architecture, and communication in North America.




Concept 3: Exploration and Colonization 1500s – 1700s




SS01-S1C3-01

Describe the interaction of Native Americans with the Spanish (e.g., arrival of Columbus, settlement of St. Augustine, exploration of the Southwest, exchange of ideas, culture, and goods).


1SS-F2-PO3

SS01-S1C3-02

Describe the interaction of Native Americans with the Pilgrims (e.g., arrival of the Mayflower, Squanto, the Wampanoag, the First Thanksgiving).


1SS-F2-PO3

SS01-S1C3-03

Describe the exchange of ideas, culture and goods between the Native Americans and the Pilgrims.


1SS-F2-PO3

SS01-S1C3-04

Recognize that the United States began as the Thirteen Colonies ruled by England.




SS01-S1C3-05

Compare the way people lived in Colonial times with how people live today (e.g., housing, food transportation, school).


1SS-F3-PO3

Concept 4: Revolution and New Nation 1700s – 1820







No performance objectives at this grade.





Concept 5: Westward Expansion 1800 – 1860







No performance objectives at this grade.





Concept 6: Civil War and Reconstruction 1850 – 1877







No performance objectives at this grade.





Concept 7: Emergence of the Modern United States 1875 – 1929







No performance objectives at this grade.





Concept 8: Great Depression and World War II 1929 – 1945







No performance objectives at this grade.





Concept 9: Postwar United States 1945 – 1970s




SS01-S1C9-01

Recognize that Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr., and César Chavez worked for and supported the rights and freedoms of others.


1SS-F3-PO2

1SS-F4-PO2



Concept 10: Contemporary United States 1970s – Present




SS01-S1C10-01

Use information from written documents, oral presentations, and the media to discuss current local and state events.







Social Studies Standard Articulated by Grade Level

2000 Arizona Academic Content Standard:

Social Studies



Strand 2: World History

Concept 1: Research Skills for History

Coding

Performance Objective

SS01-S2C1-01

Place important life events in chronological order on a timeline.


1SS-F1-PO1

SS01-S2C1-02

Retell stories to describe past events, people and places.



1SS-F1-PO2

1SS-F3-PO1




SS01-S2C1-03

Use primary source materials (e.g., photos, artifacts, maps) to study people and events from the past.


1SS-F2-PO1

Concept 2: Early Civilizations




SS01-S2C2-01

Recognize that the development of farming allowed groups of people to settle in one place and develop into civilizations (e.g., Egypt).


1SS-F3-PO3

SS01-S2C2-02

Recognize that settlement led to the development of farming techniques (e.g., Nile River flooding), government (e.g., pharaohs), art/ architecture (e.g., pyramids), and writing (e.g., hieroglyphics) which contributed to the advancement of the Ancient Egyptian civilization.


1SS-F3-PO3

SS01-S2C2-03

Recognize that civilizations in the Americas had similar characteristics to the Egyptians.


1SS-F3-PO3

Concept 3: World in Transition







No performance objectives at this grade level




Concept 4: Renaissance and Reformation







No performance objectives at this grade level




Concept 5: Encounters and Exchange




SS01-S2C5-01

Recognize why England and Spain wanted to rule other areas of the world.




Concept 6: Age of Revolution







No performance objectives at this grade level




Concept 7: Age of Imperialism







No performance objectives at this grade level




Concept 8: World at War







No performance objectives at this grade level




Concept 9: Contemporary World




SS01-S2C9-01

Use information from written documents, oral presentations, and the media to discuss current events.






Social Studies Standard Articulated by Grade Level

2000 Arizona Academic Content Standard:

Social Studies



Strand 3: Civics/Government

Concept 1: Foundations of Government

Coding

Performance Objective

SS01-S3C1-01

Identify national symbols and monuments that represent American democracy and values:

a. American flag

b. Bald Eagle

c. Statue of Liberty

d. White House

e. Washington Monument




2SS-F2-PO3


SS01-S3C1-02

Recognize the Pledge of Allegiance and the National Anthem.


2SS-F2-PO1


SS01-S3C1-03

Practice examples of democracy in action (e.g., voting, making classroom rules).


2SS-F4-PO1


SS01-S3C1-04

Recognize how students work together to achieve common goals.


2SS-F1-PO1


SS01-S3C1-05

Discuss the significance of national holidays:

a. Thanksgiving

b. Presidents’ Day

c. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

d. Fourth of July

e. Constitution Day




2SS-F2-PO2


SS01-S3C1-06

Recognize state symbols of Arizona (e.g., bird, flower, tree, flag).




SS01-S3C1-07

Recognize that people in Arizona and the United States have varied backgrounds, but may share principles, goals, customs, and traditions.


2SS-F1-PO1

2SS-F2-PO2




Concept 2: Structure of Government




SS01-S3C2-01

Identify the current

President of the United States and Governor of Arizona.




Concept 3: Functions of Government




SS01-S3C3-01

No performance objectives at this grade level




Concept 4: Rights, Responsibilities, and Roles of Citizenship




SS01-S3C4-01

Identify examples of responsible citizenship in the school setting and in stories about the past and present.




SS01-S3C4-02

Describe the rights and responsibilities of citizenship:

  1. elements of fair play, good sportsmanship, and the idea of treating others the way you want to be treated

  2. importance of participation and cooperation in a classroom and community

  3. why there are rules and the consequences for violating them

  4. responsibility of voting (every vote counts)




2SS-F3-PO1

2SS-F3-PO2

2SS-F3-PO4


SS01-S3C4-03

Discuss the importance of students contributing to a community (e.g., helping others, working together, cleaning up the playground.)


2SS-F3-PO2


Concept 5: Government Systems of the World







No performance objectives at this grade level






Social Studies Standard Articulated by Grade Level

2000 Arizona Academic Content Standard:

Social Studies



Strand 4: Geography

Concept 1: The World in Spatial Terms

Coding

Performance Objective

SS01-S4C1-01

Recognize different types of maps (e.g., political, physical) serve various purposes.


3SS-F1-PO1

SS01-S4C1-02

Identify characteristics of maps and globes:

  1. compass rose

  2. symbols

  3. map key/legend




3SS-F1-PO2

SS01-S4C1-03

Construct a map of a familiar place (e.g., classroom, bedroom, playground) including a compass rose, symbols, and key/legend.


3SS-F1-PO3

SS01-S4C1-04

Recognize characteristics of human and physical features:

a. physical (i.e., continent, ocean, river, lake, mountains,

islands)

b. human (i.e., equator, North and South Poles)




3SS-F2-PO1

3SS-F2-PO2



SS01-S4C1-05

Locate physical and human features using maps, illustrations, images or globes:

a. physical ((i.e., continent, ocean, river, lake, mountains,

islands)

b. human (i.e., equator, North and South poles, country)




3SS-F1-PO7

SS01-S4C1-06

Locate Arizona on a map of the United States.


3SS-F1-PO5

Concept 2: Places and Regions




SS01-S4C2-01

Discuss human features (e.g., cities, parks, railroad tracks, hospital, shops, schools) in the world.


3SS-F2-PO2

SS01-S4C2-02

Discuss physical features (e.g., mountains, rivers, deserts) in the world.


3SS-F2-PO1

SS01-S4C2-03

Recognize through images of content studied that places (e.g., Egypt, Arizona, local community) have distinct characteristics.




SS01-S4C2-04

Discuss the ways places and regions change over time.




Concept 3: Physical Systems - Science Strands are summarized below as they apply to Social Studies content in Grades K-8.




Connect with: Science Strand 4 Concept 3


Identify, compare and describe plants and animals in various habitats.


4SC-F4

Connect with: Science Strand 6 Concept 1


Identify the basic properties and uses of earth materials (rocks, soil, water; conservation).

6SC-F1

Connect with: Science Strand 6 Concept 2


Identify objects in the sky (sun, moon, stars, clouds).



Connect with: Science Strand 6 Concept 3

Understand characteristics of weather patterns and how they affect daily activities.


6SC-F7

Concept 4: Human Systems




SS01-S4C4-01

Discuss elements of culture (e.g., food, clothing, housing, sports, holidays) of a community in areas studied (e.g., local community, Arizona, Egypt).




SS01-S4C4-02

Discuss how land in the students’ community is used for industry, housing, business, agriculture, and recreation.




SS01-S4C4-03

Describe how people earn a living in the community and the places they work.





Concept 5: Environment and Society




SS01-S4C5-01

Identify ways humans adapt to their environment (e.g., clothing, housing, crops).


3SS-F2-PO6

SS01-S4C5-02

Identify resources that are renewable, recyclable, and non-renewable.


3SS-F2-PO5

Concept 6: Geographic Applications




SS01-S4C6-01

Use geography concepts and skills (e.g., recognizing patterns, mapping, graphing) to find solutions for problems (e.g., trash, leaky faucets, bike paths, traffic patterns) in the local environment.



3SS-F1-PO4

SS01-S4C6-02

Discuss geographic concepts related to current events.





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