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Skills available for Kentucky fifth-grade social studies standards

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5.C Civics

  • 5.C.CP Civic and Political Institutions

  • 5.C.RR Roles and Responsibilities of a Citizen

    • 5.C.RR.1 Analyze responsibilities of U.S. citizens by explaining and demonstrating ways to show good citizenship.

    • 5.C.RR.2 Analyze the personal rights conferred by citizenship, and find examples of citizenship, using a variety of sources.

  • 5.C.CV Civic Virtues and Democratic Principles

    • 5.C.CV.1 Describe the democratic principles of equality before the law, inalienable rights, consent of the governed and right to alter or abolish the government.

  • 5.C.PR Processes, Rules and Laws

    • 5.C.PR.1 Evaluate whether various rules and laws promote the general welfare, using historical and contemporary examples.

  • 5.C.KGO Kentucky Government

5.E Economics

5.G Geography

  • 5.G.MM Migration and Movement

  • 5.G.HI Human Interactions and Interconnections

    • 5.G.HI.1 Describe the traditions diverse cultural groups brought with them when they moved to and within the United States.

    • 5.G.HI.2 Analyze how and why cultural characteristics diffuse and blend with migration and settlement.

  • 5.G.HE Human Environment Interaction

    • 5.G.HE.1 Explain how cultural and environmental changes impact population distribution and influence how people modify and adapt to their environments.

  • 5.G.GR Geographic Reasoning

    • 5.G.GR.1 Use a variety of maps, satellite images and other models to explain the relationships between the location of places and regions and their human and environmental characteristics.

  • 5.G.KGE Kentucky Geography

    • 5.G.KGE.1 Compare the lives of Kentucky settlers to those living in other areas during the early years of the United States.

5.H History