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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Taking a Crosswalk and Unpacking the Social Studies Standards

2nd grade Social Studies Standards


What’s Removed
What’s New/Added
Ideas for placement in pacing guide
Notes:
2.02  recognize and demonstrate examples of the elective process (moved to 3rd grade 3.C&G.2.3)



5.04 identify the absolute and relative location of communities (moved to 3rd grade 3.G.1.1)



6.03 –identify means and methods of human movement as they relate to the physical  environment (moved to 3rd grade 3.G.1.4)



1.01 identify and describe the attributes of responsible citizenship
2.05 identify examples of responsible citizen participation in society and social environments
2.C&G.2.1 exemplify characteristics of good citizenship through historical figures and everyday citizens
Late October, early November to coincide with elections


1.03 analyze and evaluate the effects of responsible citizenship in the school, community, and other social environments
2.C&G.2.2 explain  why it is important  for  citizens to participate in their community
Late October, early November to coincide with elections or March to coincide with story Firefighter

3.06 identify individuals of diverse cultures and describe their contributions to society
2.C.1.1 explain how artistic expressions of diverse cultures contribute to the community (stories, art, music, food, etc.)
February Black history month

3.05 identify historical figures and events associated with various cultural traditions and holidays created around the world
2.C.1.2 recognize the key historical figures and events that are associated with various cultural traditions
February Black history month;
1st week of May (Cinco de Mayo)
December to coincide with Dear  Juno


2.C.1.3 exemplify respect and appropriate social skills needed for working with diverse groups




2.H.1.1 use time lines to show sequencing of events
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin
October


2.H.1.2 Identify contributions of historical figures (community, state, nation, and world) through various genres
Helen Keller and the Big Storm
March


2.H.1.3 compare various interpretations of the same time period using evidence such as photographs and interviews


5.05 interpret maps, charts, and pictures of locations
2.G.1.1 interpret maps of the school and community that contain symbols, legends, and cardinal directions
Beginning of year

5.02 describe the role of a geographer and apply geographic tools, such as maps, globes, compasses, and photographs, in the understanding of locations and characteristics of places and regions
2.G.1.2 interpret the meaning of symbols, and the location of physical and human features on a map (cities, railroads, highways, countries, continents, oceans, etc.)
Middle of first  semester


2.G.2.1 give examples of ways in which people depend on the physical environment and natural resources to meet basic needs


6.01 identify natural resources and cite ways people conserve and replenish natural resources
6.02 cite ways people modify the physical environment to meet their needs and explain the consequences
2.G.2.2 explain how people  positively and negative affect the environment


7.01 distinguish between producers and consumers and identify ways people are both producers and consumers
2.E.1.2 explain the role and impact the role producers and consumers have on the economy



7.02 distinguish between  goods produced and services provided in communities
2.E.1.1 give examples of ways in which businesses in the community meet the needs and wants of the consumers



2.E.1.3summarize the concept of supply and demand



2.E.1.4 explain why people and countries around the world trade for goods and services


6.06 identify the uses of money by individuals which include saving and spending (moved t0 1st grade)
2.E.1.5 explain how money is used for savings, spending, borrowing, , and giving



2.E.1.6 summarize the role  of financial institutions relative to savings-


2.01 identify and explain the functions of local governmental and elected officials
2.C&G.1.2 explain how governments establish order, provide security, and create laws to manage conflicts



2.C&G.1.1 explain government services and their value to the community(libraries, schools, parks, etc.)





 Vocabulary Words that will help








  • Crosswalk (http://livebinders.com/play/play/52180)










  • Unpacking (http://www.k12curriculumdevelopment.com/1/post/2009/8/unpacking-standards.html)












  • Revised Blooms Taxonomy (http://www.odu.edu/educ/roverbau/Bloom/blooms_taxonomy.htm 







  • Once the 2nd Grade Social Studies Standards were viewed by taking a crosswalk, they were then unpacked and created from the revised bloom taxonomy. They seem to be more specific and appropriate for the 2nd grade. They seem to be a better road map for teachers to follow when preparing their lessons of instruction. Common Core is on its way! As Educators we need to prepare ourselves for these new standards in every way that we can http://jeopardylabs.com/play/common-core-standards-the-good-the-bad-the-ugly.






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