SBS:GELife Skills Social Studies
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LIFE SKILLS SOCIAL STUDIES
Measurement Topic: SS.09.H11 Use the historical method of inquiry to ask questions, evaluate primary and secondary sources, critically analyze and interpret data, and develop interpretations defended by evidence
SS.09E.H11.E1.03 Obtain information about a historical event using multiple reliable sources
Measurement Topic: SS.09.H12 The key concepts of continuity and change, cause and effect, complexity, unity and diversity over time
SS.09E.H12.E2.03 Explore different movements and groups that influenced world history.
Measurement Topic: SS.11.H12 The key concepts of continuity and change, cause and effect, complexity, unity and diversity over time
SS.11E.H12.E1.03 Create a timeline using symbols including four major events in modern world history (Industrial Revolution to present)
Measurement Topic: SS.11.H13 The significance of ideas as powerful forces throughout history
SS.11E.H13.E1.03 Explore historical ideas as related to religion, social movements, and civil rights
Measurement Topic: SS.11.G21 Use different types of maps and geographic tools to analyze features on Earth to investigate and solve geographic questions
SS.11E.G21.E1.03 Create a simple graph based on geographical data (e.g., population, geographical features, etc.)
Measurement Topic: SS.11.G22 Explain and interpret geographic variables that influence the interactions of people, places and environments
SS.11E.G22.E1.03 Identify regional differences in lifestyle in parts of the United States due to geographic differences
Measurement Topic: SS.11.G23 The interconnected nature of the world, its people and places
SS.11E.G23.E1.03 Describe ways groups of people are the same and different across regions of the world.
Measurement Topic: SS.10.E31 Productive resources - natural, human, capital - are scarce; therefore, choices made about how individuals, businesses, governments, and societies allocate these resources
SS.10E.E31.E1.03 Explain what happens when there is not enough of a good or service.
Measurement Topic: SS.10.E33 Government and competition affect markets
SS.10E.E33.E1.03 Identify competition in the local economic market (e.g., cars, groceries, apartments, etc.)
Measurement Topic: SS.10.E34 Design, analyze, and apply a financial plan based on short- and long-term financial goals (PFL)
SS.10E.E34.E1.03 Develop a simple monthly budget.
Measurement Topic: SS.10.E35 Analyze strategic spending, saving, and investment options to achieve the objectives of diversification, liquidity, income, and growth (PFL)
SS.10E.E35.E1.03 Identify ways to save money
Measurement Topic: SS.10.E36 The components of personal credit to manage credit and debt (PFL)
SS.10.E36.E1.03 Demonstrate an understanding of personal responsibility related to debt.
Measurement Topic: SS.10.E37 Identify, develop, and evaluate risk-management strategies (PFL)
SS.10E.E37.E1.03 Explore types and purposes of insurance
Measurement Topic: SS.10.C41 Research, formulate positions, and engage in appropriate civic participation to address local, state, and national issues or policies
SS.10E.C41.E1.03 Compare information from multiple sources related to a current event (local, state, or national)
SS.10E.C41.E2.03 Engage in activities as a responsible public citizen.
Measurement Topic: SS.10.C42 Purposes of and limitations on the foundations, structures and functions of government
SS.10E.C42.E1.03 Identify personal rights and responsibilities of self and others
SS.10E.C42.E2.03 Identify the responsibilities of the three branches of government (i.e. judicial = interprets, legislative = makes, executive = enforces)
Measurement Topic: SS.10.C43 Analyze how public policy - domestic and foreign - is developed at the local, state, and national levels and compare how policy making occurs in other forms of government
SS.10E.C43.E1.03 Identify ways individuals can influence public policy.
SS.10E.C43.E2.03 Identify the multiple perspectives of a current public issue.