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C.4. Government: Students shall develop an understanding of the forms and roles of government. C.4.2.1. Forms and Roles of Government: Explain the basic purposes of government at the local level.
C.4.2.3. Forms and Roles of Government: Identify local government officials (e.g., mayor, city manager, county judge, sheriff).
C.4.2.4. Forms and Roles of Government: Define democracy.
C.5. Citizenship: Students shall develop an understanding of how to participate, develop, and use the skills necessary for effective citizenship. C.5.2.1. Roots of Democracy: Understand the significance of national symbols (e.g., National Anthem, Liberty Bell, Pledge of Allegiance, American Flag, Statue of Liberty, United States Constitution). Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Landmarks
C.5.2.2. Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens: Examine the rights and responsibilities that citizens have in a community (e.g., obey laws, voting in elections).
C.5.2.3. Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens: Explain the voter's role in the democratic process.
C.5.2.4. Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens: Identify rules of etiquette for the American flag.
E.7. Choices: Students shall analyze the costs and benefits of making economic choices. E.7.2.2. Costs and Benefits: Discuss that because of scarcity people must make choices and incur opportunity costs.
E.7.2.3. Costs and Benefits: Discuss making choices based on incentives/rewards
E.8. Resources: Students shall evaluate the use and allocation of human, natural, and capital resources. E.8.2.1. Factors of Production: Distinguish between consumers and producers in a local community.
E.8.2.3. Factors of Production: Discuss the availability of natural resources.
E.9. Markets: Students shall analyze the exchange of goods and services and the roles of governments, businesses, and individuals in the market place. E.9.2.5. Goods and Services: Investigate goods and services provided by markets in the local community.
E.9.2.6. Goods and Services: Identify exchanges made: monetary and barter.
E.9.2.7. Goods and Services: Define specialization and interdependence
G.1. Physical and Spatial: Students shall develop an understanding of the physical and spatial characteristics and applications of geography. G.1.2.1. Location, Place, and Region: Define relative location.
G.1.2.10. Map and Globe Skills: Understand the purpose of map components: title, compass rose, key/legend, and map scale.
G.1.2.11. Map and Globe Skills: Describe the relative locations of places using cardinal directions (e.g., Arkansas is south of Missouri).
G.1.2.12. Map and Globe Skills: Identify and locate physical features on maps and globes: rivers, lakes, oceans, mountains, islands, desert, and coast. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Landmarks
G.1.2.5. Location, Place, and Region: Locate and define the North and South Poles and the Equator on a map of globe.
G.1.2.6. Location, Place, and Region: Locate the seven continents using a map or globe.
G.1.2.7. Location, Place, and Region: Name and locate the four major oceans.
G.1.2.9. Map and Globe Skills: Distinguish between different types of maps: physical, political, and historical.
G.3. Interaction of People and the Environment: Students shall develop an understanding of the interactions between people and their environment. G.3.2.1. Movement: Identify the various types of transportation and communication links between communities.
G.3.2.3. Human Environment Interaction: Examine ways in which people affect the physical environment.
H.6. History: Students shall analyze significant ideas, events, and people in world, national, state, and local history and how they affect change over time. H.6.2.1. Regionalism/ Nationalism: Explain the purpose in celebrating national holidays: Labor Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving, Columbus Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, President's Day, Independence Day, and Constitution Day . Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Time Lines
H.6.2.10. Continuity and Change: Discuss the characteristics of a colony. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Time Lines
H.6.2.13. Movement: Identify areas settled as a result of Christopher Columbus' voyages to America. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Time Lines
H.6.2.15. Cultural Diversity and Uniformity: Understand the significance of the Thanksgiving feast to the relationship between the American Indians and the Pilgrims.
H.6.2.7. Continuity and Change: Define technology and list examples. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Time Lines