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Being a Good Citizen
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Students create a news story about a local citizen who exhibits good citizenship.

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CSCOPE
Date Added:
04/10/2017
Celebrating Freedom Week: The Constitution
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Students are introduced to the Constitution. They learn how it came into being and how it ensures our freedom. Students look back at the rules they wrote in Unit 1 and relate those to the Constitution. They look at U.S. symbols and begin to learn about customs and celebrations.

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CSCOPE
Date Added:
04/10/2017
Characteristics of a Good Citizen
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Students develop an understanding of how good citizens acting alone or working together can improve the community and help other people.

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CSCOPE
Date Added:
04/19/2017
Choices About Money
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Students will learn about the concepts of work, choice, spend, earn, and save.

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CSCOPE
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04/11/2017
Colonial Economies
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Students examine economic patterns of colonial America. Students make connections between industries, available resources in the area, and their impact on how people make a living. The development of a free enterprise market economy is also explored.

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CSCOPE
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04/19/2017
Colonies Develop
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This lesson investigates where and why the English colonists settled in America. The lesson also looks at leaders who had an impact on the development of the colonies and their reasons for founding the colonies.

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CSCOPE
Date Added:
04/19/2017
Communities Celebrations
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Students learn about community celebrations and their importance to a community's culture heritage. Students compare different celebrations, including place, time, purpose, history, food and drinks, activities, and other important ideas associated with culture.

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CSCOPE
Date Added:
04/12/2017
Communities Change
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In this lesson, students learn about people, important events, and natural disasters that have contributed most to influencing change in our communities.
Focus is on Benjamin Banneker, Pierre Charles La'Enfant, Benjamin Franklin, Henry Ford, Christopher Columbus and Daniel Boone. They also study local people who have changed the local community. Students consider which changes are still having the most influence in the community today.

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CSCOPE
Date Added:
04/13/2017
Constitution by Design
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This lesson deals with events that led to the creation of a new type of government in the United States changing from the Articles of Confederation to the designing, writing, and ratification of the United States Constitution. These events created a government that had never been tried before.

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CSCOPE
Date Added:
04/19/2017
Cultural Characteristics
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Students focus on cultural characteristics, cultural events, and celebrations of the community. Students gather information on the local community.

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CSCOPE
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04/17/2017
Exploring Maps and Globes
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Students identify a globe as a model of the Earth. They interact with maps and globes to locate land masses (continents) and oceans.

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CSCOPE
Date Added:
04/10/2017
Family Customs
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Students gain an understanding that families have similarities and differences and that members of families share the customs and traditions unique to their family.

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CSCOPE
Date Added:
04/10/2017
Foundations of Our Government
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Students learn about the Declaration of Independence and the term "consent of the governed" as well as its relationship to the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. Students also learn about several Founding Fathers, including Benjamin Franklin, and their contributions to communities that have influenced history.

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CSCOPE
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04/13/2017
Good Citizens Vote
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Students will look at many of the responsibilities of good citizens, one of which is voting.

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CSCOPE
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04/07/2017
Governing Systems
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Students learn about the governing systems that developed in the colonies. Systems of government are compared, particularly those that are representative of the people and those that ruled without the consent of the people, including the monarchy.

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CSCOPE
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04/19/2017
Government Leaders
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Students learn about how public officials are selected, including election and appointment. Students also learn about and compare the roles of mayor, governor, and president along with learning who our current government leaders are.

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CSCOPE
Date Added:
04/12/2017
Grade 01 Social Studies Unit 02 Exemplar Lesson 01: Celebrating Freedom Week: The Constitution
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In this lesson students are introduced to the Constitution. They learn how it came into being and how it ensures our freedom. Students look back at the rules they wrote in Unit 1 and relate those to the Constitution. They look at U.S. symbols and begin to learn about customs and celebrations.

Subject:
Social Studies
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
CSCOPE
Date Added:
04/10/2017