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Skills available for Wisconsin fourth-grade social studies standards

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BH Behavioral Sciences

  • SS.BH1 Wisconsin students will examine individual cognition, perception, behavior, and identity (Psychology).

    • SS.BH1.a Individual cognition, perception, and behavior

      • SS.BH1.a.4 Describe how a person's understanding, perceptions, and behaviors are affected by relationships and environments.

    • SS.BH1.b Personal identity and empathy

      • SS.BH1.b.4 Describe how culture, ethnicity, race, age, religion, gender, and social class can help form self-image and identity.

  • SS.BH2 Wisconsin students will investigate and interpret interactions between individuals and groups (Sociology).

    • SS.BH2.a Relationship of people and groups

      • SS.BH2.a.4-5 Compare how people from different cultures solve common problems, such as distribution of food, shelter, and social interactions.

    • SS.BH2.b Cultural patterns

      • SS.BH2.b.4 Give examples of how peoples from different cultures develop different values and ways of interpreting experiences.

  • SS.BH3 Wisconsin students will assess the role that human behavior and cultures play in the development of social endeavors (Anthropology).

  • SS.BH4 Wisconsin students will examine the progression of specific forms of technology and their influence within various societies.

    • SS.BH4.a Progression of technology

      • SS.BH4.a.i Classify technologies based on intended use, access, and design, and how they might change people's lives (for better or worse).