SS.PS2.a.1-2.ii Classify basic rights that all humans have (i.e., life, liberty, safety).
SS.PS2.b Fundamentals of Citizenship
SS.PS2.b.2.i Summarize situations where individuals have rights, freedoms, and equality.
SS.PS2.b.2.ii Develop an opinion about an issue in your school or community.
SS.PS2.c Asserting and Reaffirming of Human Rights
SS.PS2.c.1-2.i Identify groups within school, community, or society and compare their rights and responsibilities (e.g., student/teacher).
SS.PS2.c.1-2.ii Investigate ways in which people and groups can influence decision makers in school, their communities, states, or country (i.e., voting, running for office, participating in meetings).
SS.PS3 Wisconsin students will analyze and evaluate the powers and processes of political and civic institutions.
SS.PS3.a Political Participation
SS.PS3.a.1.i Describe and explain the effect an action has on members of a group.
SS.PS3.a.1.ii Express an opinion and vote on a topic in their lives.
SS.PS3.b Linkage Institutions
SS.PS3.b.e.i Identify different types of media and sources.
SS.PS3.c.1 Compare basic political institutions (e.g., what a government is and how it differs at the city, state, tribal, country, and global level), and the roles they serve in their lives and in the lives of others (e.g., make laws, create order).