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Time, Continuity, and Change: Students in Wisconsin will learn about the history of Wisconsin, the United States, and the world, examining change and continuity over time in order to develop historical perspective, explain historical relationships, and analyze issues that affect the present and the future.

Political Science and Citizenship:

Power, Authority, Governance, and Responsibility: Students in Wisconsin will learn about political science and acquire the knowledge of political systems necessary for developing individual civic responsibility by studying the history and contemporary uses of power, authority, and governance.

Economics:

Production, Distribution, Exchange, Consumption: Students in Wisconsin will learn about production, distribution, exchange, and consumption so that they can make informed economic decisions.

The Behavioral Sciences:

Individuals, Institutions, And Society: Students in Wisconsin will learn about the behavioral sciences by exploring concepts from the discipline of sociology, the study of the interactions among individuals, groups, and institutions; the discipline of psychology, the study of factors that influence individual identity and learning; and the discipline of anthropology, the study of cultures in various times and settings.

The School District of White Lake does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, sexual orientation, pregnancy, marital or parental status, physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability.

Social Studies Standards (A.4.1)

Information and Technology Literacy Standards (ITL A.4.1)

All Standards located at DPI Website

http://www.dpi.state.wi.us/dpi/standards/index.html

First Grade

Geography

Locate on a map or a globe physical features such as continents, oceans, mountain ranges, capital cities and states. (A.4.2)

Show the directions of north, south, east and west on a map. (A.4.1)

Describe and give examples of how people interact with the physical environment. (A.4.4)

Use atlases and maps to locate Wisconsin, the United States and other neighboring countries. (A.4.5)

Make connections and state similarities between the local community, other places in Wisconsin, the Unites States and the world. (A.4.7)

History

Compare and contrast changes in contemporary life with life in the past by looking at changes in life styles. (B.4.4)(ITL A.4.2, D.4.1)

Be able to tell why the Pilgrims left their land and connect it to our values of freedom, democracy and justice. (B.4.5)(ITL B.4.3, B.8.3, B.4.4, D.4.1)

Tell the importance and significance of national holidays, such as Independence Day and Memorial Day. (B.4.6)(ITL D.4.1

Give examples of cooperation between individuals and groups. (B.4.9)

Political Science and Citizenship

Identify and explain an individual's responsibilities to family, play groups, and community. (C.4.1)(ITL D.4.1)

Discuss rules in school and home. (C.4.3)(ITL D.4.1)

Economics

Explain how some of Wisconsin's resources play a role to help out the economy. (D.4.3)(ITL D.4.1)

Explain why businesses and industries need specially trained workers. (D.4.4)

Know the difference between a private business and public goods and services. (D.4.5)

The Behavioral Sciences

Describe how families are alike and different, comparing characteristics such as size, cultural celebrations, location and different ways to make a living. (E.4.3)(ITL D.4.1)

Identify and describe institutions such as home, church, school, police and family and discuss how they contribute to the well being of us all. (W.4.5)(ITL D.4.1)

Second Grade

Geography, People, Places, and Environments

Use reference points, direction, and size and shape to locate positions on various representations of the earth's surface. (A.4.1)(ITL B.4.3)

Locate on map or globe physical features such as continents, oceans, mountain ranges, and landforms; natural features such as landforms; and human features such as cities, states and national borders. (A.4.2)(ITL B.4.3)

Complete a map of the world, showing the location of different landmasses and oceans. (A.4.3)(ITL A.4.5)

Describe and give examples of ways in which people interact with the physical environment, including use of land, location of communities and methods of construction and design of shelters. (A.4.4)(ITL A.4.5, B.4.7, C.4.1)

Use grid systems, charts, graphs, and maps to gather information about the local community, Wisconsin, the United States, and the world. (A.4.5)(ITL B.4.3, B.4.4)

Identify and distinguish between weather patterns, seasons and unpredictable changes in weather. (A.4.6)(ITL B.4.3, B.4.6)

Identify connections between the local community and other places in Wisconsin, the United States, and the world. (A.4.7)(ITL B.4.2, B.4.3)

Identify major changes in the local community that have been caused by human beings and their probable effects on the community and the environment. (A.4.8) (ITL B.4.7)

Give examples to show how scientific and technological knowledge has led to environmental changes. (A.4.9) (ITL B.4.7)

History: Time, Continuity, and Change

Identify and examine sources of information such as maps, textbooks, photos, oral presentations, graphs, and charts. (B.4.1)(ITL A.4.2, A.4.4, B.4.2, B.4.3, B.4.4)

Use a timeline to sequence information in history. (B.4.2) (ITL B.4.2, B.4.3, B.4.4, B.4.6)

Examine biographies, stories, narratives and folk tales to understand the lives of ordinary and extraordinary people in history. (B.4.3)(ITL B.4.2, B.4.3, B.4.4, B.4.6)

Compare and contrast changes in contemporary life with life in the past. (B.4.4)(ITL B.4.6)

Explore the meaning of freedom and justice. (B.4.5)

Explain the significance of national and state holidays, and the United States Flag. (B.4.6)

Identify and describe important events and famous people in United States history. (B.4.7)

Compare past and present technology related to energy, transportation, and communications, and describe these changes on people and the environment. (B.4.8)(ITL B.4.7, a.4.2, B.4.3, B.4.6)

Describe examples of cooperation and interdependence among individual, groups, and nations. (B.4.9)

Explore the American Indians in history. (B.4.10)(ITL B.4.6)

Political Science and Citizenship, Authority, Governance and Responsibility

Identify and explain the individual's responsibilities to family, peers and the community, including the need for civility and respect for diversity. (D.4.1)(ITL D.4.1, D.4.2, D.4.3, D.4.4)

Identify the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. (C.4.2)

Explain how families, schools and other groups develop, enforce and change rules of behavior. (C.4.3)(ITL B.4.7)

Explore the basic government in American society. (C.4.4) (ITL B.4.7)

Explore the importance of voting in a community, state and country. (C.4.5)(ITL B.4.7)

Use information to understand an issue in the classroom or school. (C.4.6)(ITL B.4.2, B.4.3)

Economics: Production, Distribution, Exchange, Consumption

Describe and explain the role of money, banking, and savings in everyday life. (D.4.1)(ITL B.4.7)

Identify ways of saving and spending money such as an allowance. (D.4.2)(ITL B.4.6)

Identify local goods and services that are part of Wisconsin's economy. (D.4.3)(ITL B.4.3, B.4.7)

Describe the skills workers in business and industry use in production. (D.4.4)

Distinguish between private and public goods and services. (D.4.5)

Identify the economic roles of households and businesses. (D.4.6)(ITL B.4.3, B.4.6)

Describe how personal decisions on what to buy and recycle affect the lives of people in the world. (D.4.7)(ITL C.4.1)

The Behavioral Science: Individuals, Institutions, and Society

Use prior knowledge and personal interests in individual learning. (E.4.1)(ITL B.4.6, B.4.7, C.4.1)

Explain the influence of family, neighborhood, personal interests, language, likes and dislikes on individual identity and development. (E.4.2)(ITL B.4.6, B.4.7)

Describe how families are alike and different, where they live and how they make a living. (E.4.3)(ITL B.4.6)

Explore the ways in which ethnic cultures influence the daily lives of people. (E.4.4)(ITL B.4.3, B.4.6)

Identify school, church, police and family and describe their contribution to society. (E.4.5) (ITL B.4.3, B.4.6)

Give examples of rules and laws. (E.4.6)(ITL B.4.6)

Explain how individuals respond behaviorally to different situations. (E.4.7)(ITL B.4.7)

Describe and distinguish among the values and beliefs of different groups of people. (E.4.8) (ITL B.4.2, B.4.6)

Explain how people learn about others who are different from themselves. (E.4.9)

Explore how the media may influence choices. (E.4.10) (ITL B.4.4)

Explore stories, music and other artistic expressions of culture. (E.4.11)(ITL C.4.2)

Give examples of important contributions made by United States citizens. (E.4.12) (ITL B.4.2)

Investigate similarities and differences in ways cultures meet human needs. (E.4.13)(ITL B.4.6, B.4.7)

Describe how differences in cultures may lead to understand and misunderstanding among people. (E.4.14)(ITL B.4.7)

Explore cooperation and interdependence among individuals and groups such as helping others. (E.4.15)(ITL B.4.6, B.4.7)

Third Grade

Geography: People, Places and Environments

Use reference points, latitude, longitude, direction, size, shape, and scale to locate positions on the earth's surface. (A.4.1)(ITL B.4.3)

Locate on a map or globe, physical features such as resources, flora, fauna; and human features such as cities, states, and national borders. (A.4.2)(ITL B.4.3)

Construct a map of the world, showing the locations of major landmasses, bodies of water, and mountain ranges. (A.4.5)

Describe and give examples of ways people interact with the physical environment, including use land, and location of communities. (A.4.4)(ITL A.4.5, B.4.7, C.4.1)

Use atlases, databases, grid systems, charts, graphs, and maps to gather information about the local community, Wisconsin, the United States, and the world. (A.4.5) (ITL. A.4.3, B. 4.3)

Identify weather patterns and seasons, floods, droughts, and describe the social and economic effects of these changes. (A.4.6)(ITL B.4.3)

Identify connections between the local community and other places in Wisconsin, the United States, and the world. (A.4.7)(ITL B.4.3)

Identify major changes in the local community that have been caused by human beings, such as a construction project, a new highway, a building being torn down, or a fire; discuss reasons for these changes; and explain their probable effects on the community and the environment. (A.4.8) (ITL B.4.2)

Give examples to show how scientific and technological knowledge ha led to environmental changes, such as pollution prevention measures, and solar heating. (A.4.9)(ITL B.4.7)

History: Time, Continuity, and Change

Identify and examine various sources of information that are used for construction an understanding of the past, such as artifacts, documents, letters, maps, textbooks, photos, paintings, architecture, graphs, and charts. (B.4.1)(ITL A.4.2, B.4.3)

Use a timeline to select and sequence information in history. (B.4.2)(ITL B.4.5)

Examine biographies, stories, narratives, and folktales to understand the lives of ordinary and extraordinary people, place them in time and context, and explain their relationship to important historical events. (B.4.3)(ITL B.4.3, B.4.6)

Compare and contrast changes in contemporary life, with life in the past by looking at social, economic, political, cultural roes played by individuals and groups. (B.4.4) (ITL B.4.6)

Identify the historical background and meaning of important political values such as freedom, democracy, and justice. (B.4.5) (ITL D.4.4)

Explain the significance of national and state holidays, such a Independence Day and Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and national and state symbols, such as the United States flag, and the state flags. (B.4.6)(ITL B4.7)

Identify and describe important events, and famous people in Wisconsin and the United States history. (B.4.7)(ITL A.4.2, B4.3)

Compare past and present technologies related to energy, transportation, and communications, and describe the effects of technological change, either beneficial or harmful, on people and the environment. (B.4.8)(ITL B.4.2)(ITL B.4.3)

Describe examples of cooperation and interdependence among individuals, and groups and nations. (B.4.9)

Describe examples of the history, and culture of the American Indian tribes and bands in Wisconsin, and of several tribes in the United States. (B.4.10)(ITL B.4.6) (ITL B.4.7)

Political Science and Citizenship:

Identify and explain the individual's responsibilities to family, peers, and community, including the need for civility and respect for diversity. (C.4.1)(ITL D.4.1)

Identify documents, such as the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights, in which the rights of citizens in our country are guaranteed. (C.4.2)(ITL B.4.3)

Explain how families, schools, and other groups develop, enforce, and change rules of behavior and explain how various behaviors promote or hinder cooperation. (C.4.3)(ITL B.4.7)

Explain the basic purpose of government in American society, recognizing the three levels of government. (C.4.4)(ITL B.4.7)

Explain how various forms of civic action such as running for political office, voting, and speaking at public meetings can contribute to the well being of the community. (C.4.5)(ITL B.4.7)

Locate, organize, and use relevant information, to understand an issue in the classroom, or school, while taking into account the viewpoints and interests of different groups and individuals. (C.4.6)(ITL B.4.2)

Economics: Production, Distribution, Exchange, and Consumption

Describe and explain the role of money, banking, and savings in everyday life. (D.4.1)(ITL B.4.5)

Identify situations requiring an allocation of limited economic resources and appraise the opportunity cost (for example spending one's allowance on a movie will mean less money saved for a new video game. (D.4.2) (ITL A.4.3)

Identify local goods and services that are part of the global economy and explain their use in Wisconsin. (D.4.3)(ITL A.4.2)(ITL B.4.3)

Give examples to explain how businesses and industry depend upon workers with specialized skills to make production more efficient. (D.4.4)

Distinguish between private goods and services and public goods and services. (D.4.5)

Identify the economic roles of various institutions, including households, businesses, and government. (D.4.6)(ITL A.4.2, B.4.3)

Describe how personal economic decisions, such as deciding what to buy, what to recycle, or how much to contribute to people in need, can affect the lives of people in Wisconsin, the United States, and the world. (D.4.7)(ITL C.4.1)

The Behavioral Sciences

Explain the influence of prior knowledge, motivation, capabilities, personal interests, and other factors on individual learning. (E.4.1)(ITL B.4.6, C.4.1)

Explain the influence of factors such as family, neighborhood, personal interests, language, likes, and dislikes, and accomplishments of individual identity and development. (E.4.2)(ITL B.4.6)

Describe how families are alike and different, comparing characteristics such as size, hobbies, celebrations, where families live, and how they make a living. (E4.3) (ITL A.4.5, B.4.6)

Describe the ways in which ethnic cultures influence the daily lives of people. (E4.4)(ITL B.4.5, B.4.6)

Identify and describe institutions such as school, church, police, and family and describe their contributions to the well being of the community, state, nation, and global society.(E4.5) (ITL B.4.6, 4.3)

Give examples of group and institutional influences such as laws, rules, and peer pressure on people, events, and culture. (E.4.6)(ITL B.4.5, B.4.6)

Explain the reasons why individuals respond in different ways to particular event and the ways in which interactions among individuals influence behavior. (E.4.7)(ITL B.4.7)

Describe and distinguish among the values and beliefs of different institutions. (E4.8)(ITL B.4.5)

Explain how people learn about others who are different from themselves. (E.4.9) (ITLB4.7)

Give examples and explain how the media may influence opinions, choices and decisions. (E.4.10) (ITL B.4.4, C.4.3)

Give examples and explain how language, stories, folk takes, music, and other artistic creations are expressions of culture and how they convey knowledge of other peoples and cultures. (E.4.11) (ITL C.4.2)

Give examples if important contributions make by United States citizens, and world citizens. (E.4.12)(ITL B.4.2)

Investigate and explain similarities and differences in ways that cultures meet human needs. (E.4.13)(ITL B4.2, B.4.6)

Describe how differences in cultures may lead to understanding of misunderstanding among people. (E4.14)(ITL B.4.7)

Describe instances of cooperation and interdependence among individuals, groups, and nations, such as helping others in famines and disasters. (E.4.15)(ITL B.4.2, B.4.6)

Fourth Grade

Geography: People, Places, and Environments

Use reference points, latitude, and longitude, direction, size, shape, and scale to locate positions on various representations of the earth's surface. (A.4.1)

Locate on map or globe physical, natural, and human features. (A.4.2)

Construct a map of the world, showing the locations of major land and water masses. (A.4.3)

Describe and give examples of ways in which people interact with the physical environment. (A.4.4)

Use various types of resources to gather information. (A.4.5, A.4.7)

History: Time, Continuity, and Change

Introduce and examine various sources of information that are used for constructing an understanding of the past. (B.4.1, B.4.2)(ITL B.4.1)

Examine biographies, stories, narratives, and folk tales to understand the lives of ordinary and extraordinary people, place them in time and context, and explain their relationship to important historical events. (B.4.3, B.4.7, B.4.9)(ITL D.4.1)

Compare and contrast changes: contemporary life with life in the past. (B.4.4, B.4.8, B.4.9)

Identify the historical background and meaning of important political values such as freedom, democracy, and justice. (B.4.5)

Explain the significance of national and state holidays (B.4.6, B.4.7, B.4.10)(ITL D.4.1)

Political Science and Citizenship: Power, Authority, Governance, and Responsibility

Identify and explain the individual's responsibilities to family, peers, and the community. (C.4.1)

Identify significant American documents, such as the Constitution. (C.4.2)(ITL B.4.2)

Explain the basic purpose of government in American society, recognizing the three levels of government. (C.4.4, C.4.5)

Economics: Production, Distribution, Exchange, and Consumption

Define what economics is. (D.4.1)

Identify situations requiring an allocation of limited economic resources. (D.4.2)(ITL.C 4.3)

Identify the economic roles of various institutions. (D.4.6)

Describe how personal economic decisions can affect the lives of people. (D.4.7)(ITL B.4.2)

The Behavioral Sciences: Individuals, Institutions, and Society

Explain the influence of prior knowledge, motivation, capabilities, personal interests, and

other factors on individual learning.

(E.4.1, E.4.9) (ITL C.4.4)

Explain the influence of factors such as family and neighborhood on individual identity and development. (E.4.2, E.4.3)

Describe the ways in which ethnic cultures influence the daily lives of people. (E.4.4, E.4.5, E.4.6, E.4.13, E.4.14)(ITL D.4.4)

Explain the reasons why individuals respond in different ways to a particular event and the ways in which interactions among individuals influence behavior. (E.4.7, E.4.8, E.4.9)

Give examples and explain how language, stories, folk tales, music, and other artistic creations are expressions of culture and how they convey knowledge of other peoples and cultures. (E.4.11)

Investigate and explain similarities and differences in ways that cultures meet human needs. (E.4.4, E.4.13)

Fifth Grade

Geography: People, Places, and Environments

Utilize and construct various types of maps and apply appropriate vocabulary to describe aspects of physical geography of the United States. (A.8.1, A.8.2)(ITL B.8.3, C.8.4)

Recognize population patterns related to immigration and expansion of the U.S. (A.8.3)

Identify cultural factors involved in founding, development and expansion of the U.S. (A.8.7, A 8.9)

Recognize cultural and political disputes and their effects on boundaries within the U.S. (A.8.8, A.8.11)

History: Time, Continuity, and Change

Use a variety of sources to explain and assess different points of view on the same historical event. (B.8.1, B.8.4) (ITL D.8.1)

Recognize the relationship between historical periods. (B.8.3, B.8.4) (ITL B.8.1)

Explain the significance of important people, their work, and their ideas. (B.8.7, B.8.10) (ITL B.8.4)

Identify the role of political values, such as democracy, in the development of the U.S. history. (B.8.5, B.8.6)(ITL B.8.6)

Describe the history and culture of Native American tribes. (B.8.11)

Explain the history of slavery, racial, and ethnic discrimination. (B.8.10, B.8.12)(ITL B.8.2)

Political Science and Citizenship: Power, Authority, Governance, and Responsibility

Identify and apply rights and responsibilities as citizens. (C.8.1) (ITL C.8.1)

Describe the federal, state, and local governmental systems. (C.8.4)(ITL A.8.2)

Recognize the basis for liberty and universal rights. (C.8.1)

Summarize the roles of political parties. (C.8.6) (ITL B.8.2)

Identify and discuss American political documents and their significance to American government. (C.8.2, C.8.2)

Economics: Production, Distribution, Exchange, and Consumption

Identify and explain basic economic concepts, systems, terms, and point of view. (D.8.2, D.8.5, D.8.10)(ITL B.8.7)

Identify and explain what goods and services are as they relate to our economy. (D.8.1, D.8.8)

Identify and explain natural resources as they affect our economy. (D.8.7)

The Behavioral Sciences: Individuals, Institutions, and Society

Give examples of how factors such as motivation, gender, family, and cultures influence an individual's learning and identity. (E.8.1, E.8.2)(ITL D.8.4)

Identify and explain examples of prejudice, beliefs and practices, and how they contribute to conflict. (E.8.7, E.8.8) (ITL B.8.6)

Give examples of cultural contributions of racial and ethnic groups in the U.S. (E.8.9, E.8.10) (ITL C.8.3)

Describe cooperation among individuals. (E 8.15) (ITL D 8.1)

Identify and describe components of culture. (E 8.10)

Sixth Grade

Geography: People, Places, and Environments

Utilize various types of atlases and apply appropriate vocabulary to describe aspects of physical and cultural geography. (A.8.1)

Construct maps of the world, past and present. (A.8.2)(ITL A.8.1, D.8.1)

Recognize population patterns and their social and environmental impact. (A.8.3)

Identify the natural resources of regions within ancient cultures. (A.8.5)

Discuss cultural factors. (A.8.7, A.8.9)

Identify technology's effects on cultures and environments past and present. (A.8.10) (ITL A.8.6)

Recognize cultural and political disputes and their effects on boundaries past and present. (A.8.11)

History: Time, Continuity, and Change

Use a variety of sources to explain different points of view on the same historical event. (B.8.1, B.8.2, B.8.4)

Explain the significance of important people, their work, and their ideas. (B 8.3, B 8.4, B 8.7)

Identify the roles of technology, religion, and ideas in the development of history, past and present. (B.8.5, B.8.12)

Explain the reasons and resolutions for war and conflict, past and present (B.8.2, B.8.3, B.8.5) (ITL B.8.1)

Describe the purpose and effects of treaties, alliances, and global organizations, past and present. (B.8.2)

Explain the history of slavery, racial and ethnic discrimination, and social issues, past and present. (B.8.12)

Political Science and Citizenship: Power, Authority, Governance, and Responsibility

Identify and explain democracy's basic principles. (C.8.1)(ITL B.8.4)

Describe the rationale for political and governmental systems past and present. (C.8.3)(ITL B.8.4)

Summarize the basis, merits, and deficiencies of governmental power and ideologies in different cultures. (C 8.3)

Describe the role of military alliances and trade, past and present. (C.8.9)

Identify and discuss the development of law and its relation to significant political documents, past and present. (C.8.2, C.8.5)

Economics: Production, Distribution, Exchange, and Consumption

Identify and explain basic economic concepts: supply, demand, capital, free enterprise, market economy, consumer goods, profit, money. (D.8.1, D.8.2) (ITL B.8.2)

Describe how investments of capital affect standards of living in different cultures. (D.8.4)

Give examples to show how governments provide for their people, past and present. (D.8.5)

Identify and explain various points of view on economic issues, past and present (D.8.6)(ITL D.8.4)

Identify the importance of natural resources to past and present cultures. (D.8.7)

The Behavioral Sciences: Individuals, Institutions, and Society

Give examples that illustrate how factors such as family, gender, and socioeconomic status contribute to individual identity, development, and learning. (D.8.1, D.8.2) (ITL C.8.1, D.8.2)

Describe the ways ethnic cultures may influence the everyday lives of people. (C.8.1)

Describe how individuals, groups, and institutions may contribute to society and meet the needs of individuals within the society, past and present. (D.8.10)(ITL B.8.3)

Describe the influence of status, ethnic origin, race, gender, and age on the interactions of individuals. (D.8.3, D.8.4, D.8.5) (ITL D.8.4)

Identify examples of bias, prejudice, and stereotyping, and how they contribute to conflict, past and present. (D.8.7)

Give examples of cultural contributions of racial and ethnic groups, past and present. (D.8.9, D.8.10)(ITL C.8.1)

Explain and give examples of how cultural similarities and differences can further global understanding or cause conflict, past and present. (D.8.10, D.8.13)(ITL B.8.6)

Select and compare examples of artistic expressions from different cultures. (D.8.14)(ITL B.8.7)

Describe cooperation and interdependence among individuals, groups, and nations. (D.8.15)(ITL B.8.5)

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