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1 Social Studies Curriculum Document Grade 3 Alignment with Common Core Unit 1 Student Learning Enduring Understanding: Good citizenship should be evident by observing proper etiquette of the American flag. C I will discuss the etiquette for etiquette American flag Discuss the proper the American flag. Modeling etiquette for the American flag Map skills are essential to identifying landforms and locations throughout the world. G I will define absolute absolute location Frayer model Define absolute location location. observation G Identify on which continent and which hemispheres the United States is located. I will identify the continent and hemispheres where the United States is located. continent hemisphere map G Identify the following using a globe or a map: equator, Prime Meridian, North Pole, South Pole I will identify the equator. I will identify the Prime Meridian. I will identify the North Pole. I will identify the South Pole. equator Prime Meridian North Pole South Pole globe/map G Divide the earth into the four hemispheres using a map or globe: northern, southern, eastern, western I will use a map or globe to divide the earth into the four hemispheres. hemisphere globe/map

2 Student Learning G I will identify the seven continent globe/map Identify the seven continents: Asia, Africa, continents. North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia. I need to know about my home state of Arkansas. G I will name and locate the locate map Name and locate the states that border Arkansas. border states that border Arkansas. G Discuss the characteristics that define a region: takes up area, has boundaries, has special features I will discuss that a region takes up area and has boundaries. I will discuss that a region has special features. characteristic region G Locate mountain ranges in Arkansas: Ozark, Ouachita I will locate the Ozark and Ouachita mountain ranges in Arkansas. Ozark Mountains Ouachite Mountains G Locate major rivers in Arkansas: Arkansas, Mississippi, Red, White, Ouachita, St. Francis G Identify cultural traits of ethnic groups that live in Arkansas. I will locate the major rivers in Arkansas: Arkansas, Mississippi, Red, White, Ouachita, and St. Francis. I will identify cultural traits of different groups in Arkansas. major river Arkansas River Mississippi River Red River White River Ouachita River St. Francis River cultural traits ethnic groups

3 Student Learning H Describe the early American Indian cultures in Arkansas I will describe the early American Indian American Indian cultures in culture Arkansas. H Recognize that Arkansas was part of the Louisiana Purchase. I will recognize that Arkansas was part of the Louisiana Purchase. Louisiana Purchase Essential Understanding. I need to have a basic understanding of how many American customs originated. G Discuss several customs in the United States and tell how they originated (e.g. greetings, fireworks, parades) I will discuss several United States customs and how they originated. custom originate parade Frayer model H Identify similarities and differences among the American Indians and Pilgrims: housing, clothing, foods, traditions, tools I will identify how pilgrim and American Indian housing, clothing, and food are the same and different. I will identify how pilgrim and American Indian traditions and tools are the same and different. similarities differences Venn diagram G Describe how seasonal weather changes affect the environment Alignment with Common Core Unit 2 I will describe how seasonal environment weather changes affect the seasonal affect environment.

4 Alignment with Common Core Unit 3 Map skills are essential to identifying landforms and locations throughout the world. Student Learning G I will identify why people live urban Identify reasons people in rural, urban, and suburban rural live in rural, urban, and areas. suburban suburban areas. I need to know about my home state of Arkansas. G I will identify characteristics Compare and contrast the of early settlements in human characteristics of Arkansas. I will compare and early settlements and contrast early settlements to today's communities in contemporary Arkansas. communities in Arkansas. H Examine historical people and events of Arkansas 9e.g. Maya Angelou, Civil War, Civil Rights Movement) C Examine the significance of national symbols and the role they play in fostering effective citizenship (e.g. National Anthem, Liberty Bell, Pledge of Allegiance, American Flag, Statue of Liberty, United States Constitution) I will examine why Maya Angelou is important to Arkansa history. I will examine why the Civil War is important to Arkansas history. I will examine why the Civil Rights Movement is important to Arkansas history. I will examine the importance of the National Anthem, Pledge of Allegiance, and American Flag to citizenship. I will examine the importance of the Liberty Bell and the Statue of Liberty to citizenship. I will examine the importance of the United States Constitution to citizenship. compare contrast settlement contemporary community human characteristic Maya Angelou Civil War Civil Rights Movement examine citizenship national symbol National Anthem Liberty Bell Pledge of Allegiance Statue of Liberty United States Constitution Venn diagram Frayer model

5 Student Learning H Recognize individuals who contributed to the common good of society (e.g. Rosa Parks, Susan B. Anthony, Cesar Chavez) I will recognize how Rosa recognize Parks added to the common contributed good of society. I will society recognize how Susan B. Rosa Parks Anthony added to the Susan B. Anthony common good of society. I Cesar Chavez will recognize how Cesar Chavez added to the common good of society. G Describe human settlements (e.g. cities, towns, communities, villages) I will describe human settlements like cities, towns, communities, and villages. human settlement city town community village H Identify the following explorers: Hernando Desoto, La Salle/De Tonti, Marquette/Joliet I will identify the explorer Hernando Desoto. I will identify the explorers La Salle and De Tonti. I will identify the explorers Marquette and Joliet. explorer Hernando Desoto La Salle/De Tonti Marquette/ Joliet Frayer model H Analyze a timeline that illustrates selected historical events. I will analyze a historical timeline. timeline historical H Compare artifacts from events in various periods of history. I will compare artifacts from different events in history. artifact compare

6 Student Learning G Discuss different types of transportation and communication links between communities I will discuss different types of transportation between communities. I will discuss different types of communication links between communities. transportation communication links H Identify ways in which technology has changed the world (e.g. computers, fax machines, cell phones) I will identify ways computers, fax machines, and cell phones have changed the world. identify fax machine

7 Alignment with Common Core Unit 4 Good citizenship should be evident by observing proper etiquette of the American flag. Student Learning C I will discuss the etiquette for etiquette American flag Discuss the proper the American flag. Modeling etiquette for the American flag observation I need to know about my home state of Arkansas. H I will research the history of Research the history of the the Arkansas flag. Arkansas flag. research H Identify the factors leading to the purchase of Louisiana. H Examine land development and its impact on a community G Describe how people affect and alter their environment (e.g. farming, building dams, environmental lighting, I will identify what led to the purchase of Louisiana. I will examine land development and how it affects a community I will describe how people change their environment by farming and irrigation. I will describe how people change their environment by building dams, pit mining, and using environmental identify factors Louisiana Purchase impact development community alter affect environmental lighting irrigation pit mining farming building dams

8 irrigation, pit mining) Student Learning H Identify Jamestown as the first permanent American settlement lighting. I will identify Jamestown as Jamestown the first permanent American permanent settlement. settlement H Discuss John Smith's role and influence in the establishment of selfsufficient settlement in Jamestown. I will discuss how John Smith helped start the Jamestown settlement. Jamestown John Smith H Identify the causes for the establishment of the thirteen colonies (Le.g. gold, tobacco, religion) I will identify why gold, tobacco, and religion led to the establishment of the thirteen colonies. thirteen colonies tobacco gold religion establishment H Discuss that conflicts between countries can lead to war. I will discuss that conflicts between countries can lead to war. conflict war H Discuss the meaning of revolution. I will discuss the meaning of revolution. revolution Frayer model H Discuss the meaning of civil war. I will discuss the meaning of civil war. civil war Frayer model

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10 Student Learning H Identify the modes of transportation in westward movement (.e.g, wagons, horses, railroads) C Discuss why government is necessary at the local level I will discuss why local government is necessary. government local level C Describe the responsibilities and services of local government (e.g. law enforcement, fire protection, public parks, public schools. Roads) I will describe the responsibilities and services of local government like law enforcement, fire protection, public parks, schools, and roads. responsibility law enforcement fire protection public C Identify the three levels of government: local, state, and federal I will identify the three levels of government: local, state, and federal. local government state government federal government C Identify the fundamental ideals of democracy (e.g. human rights, justice, common good, equal opportunity) I will identify important ideals of democracy like human rights and equal opportunity. I will identify important ideals of democracy like common good and justice. democracy human rights justice common good equal opportunity ideals Frayer model

11 Student Learning C Describe how citizens contribute to the improvement of a community (e.g. service projects, volunteerism) I will describe how citizens citizen can improve their improvement communities through service service project projects and volunteerism. volunteerism C Describe the election process I will describe the election process. election process graphic organizer

12 Alignment with Common Core Unit 5 Map skills are essential to identifying landforms and locations throughout the world. Student Learning G I will locate places on a map cardinal directions map Locate places on using cardinal and intermediate directions contemporary maps using intermediate directions. I map scale cardinal and intermediate will locate places on a map legend using a map scale. I will title directions, map scales, locate places on a map using legends, and titles. legends and titles. G Label physical features on maps and globes: rivers, lakes, oceans, mountains, islands, desert, coast, peninsula, plain, plateau G Create a physical map that includes the following: title, compass rose, legend/key I will label rivers, lakes, oceans, coasts, and islands. I will label mountains, deserts, peninsulas, plains, and plateaus. I will create a physical map with a title, compass rose, and a legend or key. landform physical feature river lake ocean coast island mountain desert peninsula plain plateau physical map compass rose legend key map physical map

13 Student Learning G Explain the purpose of a physical map. I will explain why people use physical map physical maps. purpose G Utilize the map key/legend to interpret physical maps. I will utilize a map key/legend. utilize map key legend G Discuss ways in which the school and community can improve the physical environment by practicing conservation I will discuss ways to practice conservation in my school and community. conservation environment Frayer model

14 Alignment with Common Core Unit 6 Map skills are essential to identifying landforms and locations throughout the world. Student Learning E I will determine that people trade off Determine that people make trade offs. scarce resources make trade offs to get the most benefit from scarce resources E Evaluate examples from the local community that illustrate scarcity E Recognize that stating the problem and listing the alternatives are part of the decision-making model I will evaluate examples of scarcity in my community. I will recognize the parts of the decision-making model. scarcity decision-making model stating the problem listing the alternatives E Define profit I will define profit. profit Frayer model E Define and discuss characteristics of an entrepreneur I will define and discuss characteristics of an entrepreneur. entrepreneur Frayer model E Discuss human capital I will discuss human capital. human capital producer consumer

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16 Student Learning E Recognize ways people become more skillful in the workplace I will recognize ways people workplace become better workers. E Recognize the product associated with the natural resources from which it is created E Explain how capital resources are related to specific jobs E Research items that represented money (e.g. shells, beads, pelts) E List and explain the functions of money: medium of exchange, measure of value, store of value I will recognize how products are connected to the natural resources they came from. I will explain how capital resources are related to specific jobs. I will research how shells, beads, and pelts were used as money. I will list the functions of money. I will explain how money is used as a medium of exchange. I will explain how money is used as a measure of value. I will explain how money is used as a store of value. natural resource associated product capital resource represent function of money medium of exchange measure of value store of value

17 Student Learning E Discuss costs and benefits of saving in a financial institution I will discuss the costs and costs benefits of saving money in a benefits bank. financial institution E Identify and explain the role of each productive resource in producing a good or service (e.g. school lunches) E Research goods and services provided by markets in the local community E Describe the benefits of voluntary exchange (e.g. trade) E Recognize the connection between specialization and interdependence E Define supply and demand I will identify and explain how resources produce goods and services. I will research goods in my community. I will research services in my community. I will describe the benefits of trading. I will recognize the connection between specialization and interdependence. I will define supply and demand. productive resource goods services goods services markets benefit voluntary exchange barter trade connection specialization interdependence supply demand E I will define import and Import

18 Define import and export. export. export

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