6.1.2.CivicsCM.2 Use examples from a variety of sources to describe how certain characteristics can help individuals collaborate and solve problems (e.g., open-mindedness, compassion, civility, persistence).
6.1.2.HistorySE.2 Analyze a variety of sources describing the same event and make inferences about why the accounts are different (e.g., photographs, paintings, cartoons, newspapers, poetry, novels, plays).
6.1.2.HistorySE.3 Use historical data from a variety of sources to investigate the development of a local community (e.g., origins of its name, originating members, important historical events and places).
6.1.2.HistoryCA History, Culture, and Perspectives: Claims and Argumentation
6.1.2.HistoryCA.1 Make an evidence-based argument how and why communities change over time (e.g., locally, nationally, globally).
6.3.2 Active Citizenship in the 21st Century by the End of Grade 2
6.3.2.CivicsPD Civics, Government and Human Rights: Participation and Deliberation
6.3.2.CivicsPD.1 With adult guidance and support, bring awareness of a local issue to school and/or community members and make recommendations for change.
6.3.2.GeoGI Geography, People and the Environment: Global Interconnections
6.3.2.GeoGI.1 Investigate a global issue such as climate change, its significance, and share information about how it impacts different regions around the world.
6.3.2.GeoGI.2 Collect data and consider sources from multiple perspectives to become informed about an environmental issue and identify possible solutions.