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Social Studies Level 00 Capacity Matrices

Social Studies Level 00 Vocabulary


Contents

History

Measurement Topic: SS.00.K11 Ask questions, share information and discuss ideas about the past Capacity Matrix SS.00.K11

SS.00.K11.01.03 Ask questions about the past using question starters. Questions to include but not limited to: What did? Where? When did? Which did? Who did? Why did? How did? (CAS: K.1.1.a)

SS.00.K11.02.03 Identify information from narrative stories that answer questions about the past and add to our collective memory and history. (CAS: K.1.1.b)

SS.00.K11.03.03 Use correctly the word "because" in the context of personal experience or stories of the past using words. Words to include but not limited to past, present, future, change, first, next, last. (CAS: K.1.1.c)

Measurement Topic: SS.00.K12 The first component in the concept of chronology is to place information in sequential order Capacity Matrix SS.00.K12

SS.00.K12.01.03 Order sequence information using words. Words to include but not limited to past, present future, days, weeks, months, years, first, next, last, before, and after. (CAS: K.1.2.a)

SS.00.K12.02.03 Explore differences and similarities in the lives of children and families of long ago and today. (CAS: K.1.2.b)

SS.00.K12.03.03 Explain why knowing the order of events is important. (CAS: K.1.2.c)

Geography

Measurement Topic: SS.00.K21 People belong to different groups and live in different places around the world that can be found on a map or globe Capacity Matrix SS.00.K21

SS.00.K21.01.03 Compare and contrast how people live in different settings around the world. (CAS: K.2.1.a)

SS.00.K21.02.03 Give examples of food, clothing, and shelter and how they change in different environments. (CAS: K.2.1.b)

SS.00.K21.03.03 Distinguish between a map and a globe as ways to show places people live. (CAS: K.2.1.c)

Economics

Measurement Topic: SS.00.K31 Ownership as a component of economics Capacity Matrix SS.00.K31

SS.00.K31.01.03 Give examples of ownership of different items. (CAS: K.3.1.a)

SS.00.K31.02.03 Recognize and give examples one person may want to use another’s object and that this requires asking permission and sharing. (CAS: K.3.1.b)

Measurement Topic: SS.00.K32 Discuss how purchases can be made to meet wants and needs (PFL) Capacity Matrix SS.00.K32

SS.00.K32.01.03 Identify the difference between personal wants and needs. (CAS: K.3.2.a)

SS.00.K32.02.03 Give examples of the difference between spending income on something you want versus something you need. (CAS: K.3.2.b)

Civics

Measurement Topic: SS.00.K41 Participate in making decisions using democratic traditions Capacity Matrix SS.00.K41

SS.00.K41.01.03 Explain why rules are needed. (CAS: K.4.1.a)

SS.00.K41.02.03 Create and follow classroom rules. (CAS: K.4.1.b)

SS.00.K41.03.03 Explain how a class rule promotes fairness and resolves conflict. (CAS: K.4.1.c)

SS.00.K41.04.03 Contribute to making and maintaining class community decisions. (CAS: K.4.1.d)

SS.00.K41.05.03 Give examples of the difference between democratic voting and decisions made by authorities including but not limited to the parent, teacher, or principal. (CAS: K.4.1.e)

Measurement Topic: SS.00.K42 Civic participation takes place in multiple groups Capacity Matrix SS.00.K42

SS.00.K42.01.03 Categorize examples of people and events that relate to civic participation. (CAS: K.4.2.a)

SS.00.K42.02.03 Give examples of qualities of a good citizen. (CAS: K.4.2.b)

SS.00.K42.03.03 Practice citizenship skills including courtesy, honesty, and fairness in working with others. (CAS: K.4.2.c)



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