SOC.220.127.116.11: History-Social Science
Identify geographical features in their local region (e.g., deserts, mountains, valleys, hills, coastal areas, oceans, lakes).
SOC.18.104.22.168: History-Social Science
Describe national identities, religious beliefs, customs, and various folklore traditions.
SOC.22.214.171.124: History-Social Science
Discuss the ways in which physical geography, including climate, influenced how the local Indian nations adapted to their natural environment (e.g., how they obtained food, clothing, tools).
SOC.126.96.36.199: History-Social Science
Describe the economy and systems of government, particularly those with tribal constitutions, and their relationship to federal and state governments.
SOC.188.8.131.52: History-Social Science
Discuss the interaction of new settlers with the already established Indians of the region.
SOC.184.108.40.206: History-Social Science
Determine the reasons for rules, laws, and the U.S. Constitution; the role of citizenship in the promotion of rules and laws; and the consequences for people who violate rules and laws.
SOC.220.127.116.11: History-Social Science
Discuss the importance of public virtue and the role of citizens, including how to participate in a classroom, in the community, and in civic life.
SOC.18.104.22.168: History-Social Science
Know the histories of important local and national landmarks, symbols, and essential documents that create a sense of community among citizens and exemplify cherished ideals (e.g., the U.S. flag, the bald eagle, the Statue of Liberty, the U.S. Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Capitol).
SOC.22.214.171.124: History-Social Science
Understand the three branches of government, with an emphasis on local government.
SOC.126.96.36.199: History-Social Science
Describe the ways in which California, the other states, and sovereign American Indian tribes contribute to the making of our nation and participate in the federal system of government.
SOC.188.8.131.52: History-Social Science
Describe the lives of American heroes who took risks to secure our freedoms (e.g., Anne Hutchinson, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Martin Luther King, Jr.).