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Curriculum Map

September October November December January February

Topic Rules and Where People Live We Love Our Our Changing Meeting People The Market
Laws Country World Place

Themes VI. Power, I. Culture and IV. Individual II. Time, III. People, III. People,
Authority, and Culture Diversity. Development and Continuity, and Places and Places, and
Governance II. Time, community, Identity Change Environments Environment
X. Civic Ideals Change V. Individuals, VIII. Science, IX. Global VII. Production,
and Practices III. People, Places & Groups, and Technology, and Connections Distribution, and
Environments. Institutions Society Consumption
IX. Global X. Civic Ideals and
Connections Practices

Idaho 1.SS.1.1.1 1.SS.1.1.1 1.SS.1.1.4 1.SS.1.1.2 1.SS.2.1.1 1.SS.1.1.1

State Recognize that Recognize that each Compare personal Compare Explain what Recognize that
Standard each person person belongs to histories, pictures, differences in the maps and each person
belongs to many groups such and music of other ways American globes belongs to many
many groups as family, school, selected times and families live represent and groups such as
such as family, friends, and places in America’s today to how how they are family, school,
school, friends, neighborhood. past. they lived in the used. friends, and
and 1.SS.1.1.2 1.SS.4.2.1 past. 1.SS.2.1.2 neighborhood.
neighborhood Compare Identify the 1.SS.1.1.4 Use directions 1.SS.2.2.1
1.SS.4.1.1 differences in the significance of Compare on a map: East, Describe ways
Explain why ways American symbols in the personal West, South, people adjust to
rules are families live today to United States. histories, and North. their
necessary at how they lived in the 1.SS.4.2.2 pictures, and 1.SS.2.1.3 environment.
home and past. Recite the Pledge of music of other Identify legends 1.SS.2.2.2
school. 1.SS.2.1.1 Allegiance. selected times and keys on Identify the
1.SS.4.1.2 Explain what maps 1.SS.4.2.3 Describe and places in maps. ways people
Create rules and globes holidays and events, America’s past. 1.SS.2.1.4 modify their
and explain represent and how and tell why they are 1.SS.2.2.1 Identify environment.
why rules must they are used. commemorated in Describe ways continents and 1.SS.3.1.1
the United States people adjust to large bodies of Identify the
be applied 1.SS.2.1.2 Use their water on a globe basic needs of
fairly. directions on a map: environment. or a map. people, such as
1.SS.4.1.3 East, West, South, 1.SS.2.2.2 1.SS.2.1.5 food, clothing,
Discuss how and North. Identify the ways Name and and shelter.
individuals and 1.SS.2.1.3 Identify people modify locate continent, 1.SS.3.1.2
groups make legends and keys on their country, state, Identify ways
decisions and maps. environment. and community people meet
solve 1.SS.2.1.4 Identify in which the their needs by
problems, continents and large class lives. sharing, trading,
such as voting bodies of water on a and using
and globe or a map. money to buy
consensus. 1.SS.2.1.5 Name goods and
1.SS.4.1.4 and locate continent, services.
Identify country, state, and 1.SS.3.1.3
personal traits, community in which Name things
such as the class lives. that people may
courage, want but do not
honesty, and need and
responsibility. explain the
1.SS.2.1.1 difference.
Explain what 1.SS.3.4.1
maps and Identify ways to
globes save money for
represent and future needs
how they are and wants.
used. 1.SS.4.1.4
1.SS.2.1.2 Use Identify personal
directions on a traits, such as
map: East, courage,
West, South, honesty, and
and North. responsibility.
1.SS.2.1.3 1.SS.4.3.1
Identify Identify
legends and individuals who
keys on maps. are helpful to
1.SS.4.3.1 people in their
Identify everyday lives.
who are
helpful to
people in their
everyday lives.
Name some
that students
have at home
and school.


State 1 With guidance and Ask and answer 3 1.4 .3
Standard Ask and support from adults, questions about key Describe the Identify words Describe the
s answer focus on a topic, details in a text. connection and phrases in connection
questions respond to CCSS.ELA- between two stories or poems between two
about key questions and LITERACY.RI.1.5 individuals, that suggest individuals,
details in a suggestions from Know and use events, ideas, or feelings or events, ideas, or
text. peers, and add various text features pieces of appeal to the pieces of
CCSS.ELA- details to strengthen (e.g., headings, information in a senses. information in a
Literacy.RI.1. writing as needed. tables of contents, text. CCSS.ELA- text.
Ask and LITERACY.W.1.2 electronic menus, LITERACY.RI.1. 4 LITERACY.RI.1
answer Write icons) to locate key 6 Ask and answer .5
questions to informative/explanat facts or information Distinguish questions to Know and use
help determine ory texts in which in a text. between help determine various text
or clarify the they name a topic, CCSS.ELA- information or clarify the features (e.g.,
meaning of supply some facts LITERACY.RF.1.3 provided by meaning of headings, tables
words and about the topic, and Know and apply pictures or other words and of contents,
phrases in a provide some sense grade-level phonics illustrations and phrases in a glossaries,
text. of closure. and word analysis information text. electronic
menus, icons) to
CCSS.ELA- CCSS.ELA- skills in decoding provided by the CCSS.ELA- locate key facts
Literacy.W.1.1 LITERACY.SL.1.1.B words. words in a text. LITERACY.RF. or information in
Write opinion CCSS.ELA- CCSS.ELA- 1.3 a text.
pieces in Build on others' talk LITERACY.W.1.2 LITERACY.W.1. Know and apply CCSS.ELA-
which they in conversations by Write 8 grade-level LITERACY.RI.1
introduce the responding to the informative/explanat With guidance phonics and .6
topic or name comments of others ory texts in which and support from word analysis Distinguish
the book they through multiple they name a topic, adults, recall skills in between
are writing exchanges. supply some facts information from decoding words. information
about, state an CCSSELA- about the topic, and experiences or CCSS.ELA- provided by
opinion, supply LITERACY.SL.1.1.C provide some sense gather LITERACY.SL.1 pictures or other
a reason for of closure. information from .4 illustrations and
the opinion, Ask questions to CCSS.ELA- provided sources Describe information
and provide clear up any LITERACY.SL.1.2 to answer a people, places, provided by the
some sense of confusion about the Ask and answer question. things, and words in a text.
closure. topics and texts questions about key CCSS.ELA- events with CCSS.ELA-
CCSS.ELA- under discussion. details in a text read LITERACY.SL.1 relevant details, LITERACY.SL.
Literacy.SL.1. aloud or information .4 expressing 1.2
1.b presented orally or Describe people, ideas and Ask and answer
Build on through other media. places, things, feelings clearly. questions about
others' talk in CCSS.ELA- and events with CCSS.ELA- key details in a
conversations LITERACY.L.1.2 relevant details, LITERACY.SL.1 text read aloud
by responding Demonstrate expressing ideas .5 or information
to the command of the and feelings Add drawings or presented orally
comments of conventions of clearly. other visual or through other
others through standard English CCSS.ELA- displays to media.
multiple capitalization, LITERACY.L.1.1 descriptions CCSS.ELA-
exchanges. punctuation, and .E when LITERACY.SL.
spelling when Use verbs to appropriate to 1.5
writing. convey a sense clarify ideas, Add drawings or
of past, present, thoughts, and other visual
and future. feelings. displays to
appropriate to
clarify ideas,
thoughts, and