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Skills available for Missouri first-grade social studies standards

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1.PC Principles shaping constitutional democracy

  • 1.PC.1.B Purposes and principles of the Constitution

  • 1.PC.1.C Purposes and principles of the Bill of Rights

    • 1.PC.1.C.a Discuss how individual rights are protected.

  • 1.PC.1.D Role of citizens and governments in carrying out constitutional principles

    • 1.PC.1.D.a Give examples of being an active and informed citizen in your classroom and community.

  • 1.PC.1.E Character traits and civic attitudes of significant individuals

    • 1.PC.1.E.a Describe the character traits of role models within your community.

  • 1.PC.1.F Knowledge of the symbols of our state and nation

    • 1.PC.1.F.a Recognize and explain the significance of the Statue of Liberty, U.S. Capitol, Bald Eagle and the Liberty Bell.

    • 1.PC.1.F.b Recognize and explain the significance of symbols of your local community.

1.GS Principles of governance

  • 1.GS.2.C Processes of governmental systems in decision-making

    • 1.GS.2.C.a Describe how authoritative decisions are made, enforced and interpreted within schools and local communities (e.g., explain what rules mean in specific cases).

  • 1.GS.2.D Functions of governmental systems

1.H History of Missouri and the U.S.

1.E Economic concepts and principles

1.EG Relationship of geographical study to society and the environment

  • 1.EG.5.A Reading and constructing maps

    • 1.EG.5.A.a Identify globes as representations of real places.

    • 1.EG.5.A.b With assistance, read, construct, and use maps which have a title and key.

    • 1.EG.5.A.c Describe how maps are created for different purposes such as a school fire drill, a trip to the zoo etc.

    • 1.EG.5.A.d Use a compass rose to identify cardinal directions on a map.

  • 1.EG.5.B Understanding the concept of location to make predictions and solve problems

  • 1.EG.5.C Understanding the concept of place

1.RI Relationships of individuals and groups to institutions and cultural traditions

  • 1.RI.6.A Cultural characteristics of all people

  • 1.RI.6.B Methods of resolving conflicts

    • 1.RI.6.B.a Propose peaceful resolutions of disputes in the classroom and on the playground.

  • 1.RI.6.C Ideas and beliefs of different cultures

    • 1.RI.6.C.a Recount stories about locations, people, and cultural events in your community.

  • 1.RI.6.D Cultural heritage and preservation

1.TS Tools of social science inquiry

  • 1.TS.7.A Identify, select, analyze and evaluate resources to create a product of social science inquiry

    • 1.TS.7.A.a Identify and analyze primary and secondary Social Studies sources in classroom discussion with guidance and support from an adult.

    • 1.TS.7.A.b Identify and use artifacts to share information on Social Studies topics (building structures and materials, works of art representative of cultures, fossils, pottery, tools, clothing, and musical instruments).

  • 1.TS.7.B Use visual tools to communicate information and ideas

    • 1.TS.7.B.a Create visual tools to communicate information.

  • 1.TS.7.D Conducting and presenting research with appropriate resources

    • 1.TS.7.D.a Share findings about a Social Studies topic.

  • 1.TS.7.E Developing a research plan and identifying resources

    • 1.TS.7.E.a Ask supporting questions and find answers about a Social Studies topics, with assistance.