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									                   North Dakota
    Content and Achievement Standards:
              Social Studies

                      Standard 4
                       December 2007



North Dakota Department of Public Instruction
       Dr. Wayne G. Sanstead, State Superintendent
            600 E. Boulevard Avenue, Dept. 201
            Bismarck, North Dakota 58505-0440
                    www.dpi.state.nd.us
                                                           Standard 4: Government and Citizenship

Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and forms of various political institutions and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                          ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
             Benchmark Expectations
                                                             ADVANCED PROFICIENT                PROFICIENT             PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                   NOVICE
 Kindergarten
 CITIZENSHIP
 K.4.1    Identify membership in different groups (e.g.,     Students identify            Students identify           Students identify             Students identify
          family, school, community)                         membership in an             membership in a             membership in a limited       membership in an
                                                             extensive variety of         representative variety of   variety of groups.            insufficient variety or no
                                                             groups.                      groups.                                                   groups.


 K.4.2    Identify school rules and appropriate behavior     Students identify school     Students identify school    Students identify school      Students identify school
                                                             rules and appropriate        rules and appropriate       rules and appropriate         rules and appropriate
                                                             behavior with few, if any,   behavior with no            behavior with limited         behavior with many
                                                             errors.                      significant errors.         significant errors.           significant errors.

 K.4.3    Identify examples of good citizenship (e.g.,       Students identify            Students identify           Students identify examples    Students identify examples
          honesty, cooperation, respect, responsibility)     examples of good             examples of good            of good citizenship with      of good citizenship with
                                                             citizenship with few, if     citizenship with no         limited significant errors.   many significant errors.
                                                             any, errors.                 significant errors.




         North Dakota Social Studies                                                            2                                                          Standard 4
         Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                                December 2007
                                                          Standard 4: Government and Citizenship

Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and form of various political systems and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                         ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
             Benchmark Expectations
                                                            ADVANCED PROFICIENT                PROFICIENT             PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                    NOVICE
Grade 1
CITIZENSHIP
1.4.1    Apply good citizenship (e.g., respect,             Students almost always      Students consistently       Students inconsistently         Students rarely apply good
         cooperation, honesty, responsibility ) in the      apply good citizenship in   apply good citizenship in   apply good citizenship in the   citizenship in the school
         school environment                                 the school environment.     the school environment.     school environment.             environment.



1.4.2    Explain the purpose for rules in home, school,     Students explain the        Students explain the        Students explain the            Students explain the
         and community                                      purpose for rules in the    purpose for rules in the    purpose for rules in the        purpose for rules in the
                                                            home, school, and           home, school, and           home, school, and               home, school, and
                                                            community with few, if      community with no           community with limited          community with many
                                                            any, errors.                significant errors.         significant errors.             significant errors.




        North Dakota Social Studies                                                           3                                                            Standard 4
        Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                                 December 2007
                                                            Standard 4: Government and Citizenship

Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and forms of various political institutions and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                         ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
              Benchmark Expectations
                                                              ADVANCED PROFICIENT                  PROFICIENT           PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                   NOVICE
Grade 2
CITIZENSHIP
2.4.1   Identify roles and responsibilities of leaders in    Students identify an         Students identify a          Students identify a limited   Students identify an
        the home, school, and community (e.g.,               extensive variety of roles   representative variety of    variety of roles and          insufficient variety or no
        parents, teachers, principal, mayor, governor,       and responsibilities of      roles and responsibilities   responsibilities of leaders   roles and responsibilities of
        president)                                           leaders in the home,         of leaders in the home,      in the home, school, and      leaders in the home,
                                                             school, and community.       school, and community.       community.                    school, and community.

2.4.2   Compare the relationship between rules and           Students compare the         Students compare the         Students compare the          Students compare the
        laws in home, school, and community (e.g.,           relationship between rules   relationship between rules   relationship between rules    relationship between rules
        hitting/assault, stealing/larceny)                   and laws in home, school,    and laws in home, school,    and laws in home, school,     and laws in home, school,
                                                             and community with           and community with           and community with            and community with
                                                             substantial detail.          sufficient detail.           sketchy detail.               minimal detail.




        North Dakota Social Studies                                                            4                                                           Standard 4
        Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                                 December 2007
                                                           Standard 4: Government and Citizenship

Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and forms of various political systems and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                                ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
             Benchmark Expectations
                                                               ADVANCED PROFICIENT                   PROFICIENT                 PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                        NOVICE
Grade 3
CITIZENSHIP
3.4.1    Identify the roles, rights, and responsibilities of   Students identify an           Students identify a             Students identify a limited        Students identify an
         a citizen in a community (e.g., obedience to          extensive variety of roles,    representative variety of       variety of roles, rights, and      insufficient variety or no
         laws, the right to vote, service to the common        rights, and responsibilities   roles, rights, and              responsibilities of a citizen in   roles, rights, and
         good)                                                 of a citizen in a              responsibilities of a citizen   a community.                       responsibilities of a citizen in
                                                               community.                     in a community.                                                    a community.

GOVERNMENT SYSTEM
3.4.2    Identify the three branches of local government       Students identify the three    Students identify the three     Students identify the three        Students identify the three
         (i.e., Executive, Legislative, Judicial)              branches of local              branches of local               branches of local                  branches of local
                                                               government with no             government with no              government with limited            government with many
                                                               errors.                        significant errors.             significant errors.                significant errors.

3.4.3    Explain the rule-making process and its               Students explain the rule-     Students explain the rule-      Students explain the rule-         Students explain the rule-
         purpose in the school                                 making process and its         making process and its          making process and its             making process and its
                                                               purpose in the school with     purpose in the school with      purpose in the school with         purpose in the school with
                                                               few, if any, errors.           no significant errors.          limited significant errors.        many significant errors.




        North Dakota Social Studies                                                                  5                                                                   Standard 4
        Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                                               December 2007
                                                           Standard 4: Government and Citizenship

Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and forms of various political systems and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                                 ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
             Benchmark Expectations
                                                               ADVANCED PROFICIENT                    PROFICIENT                 PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                       NOVICE
Grade 4
CITIZENSHIP
4.4.1    Identify the roles, rights, and responsibilities of   Students identify the           Students identify the           Students identify the roles,      Students identify the roles,
         a citizen in North Dakota (e.g., obedience to         roles, rights, and              roles, rights, and              rights, and responsibilities of   rights, and responsibilities of
         laws, the right to vote)                              responsibilities of a citizen   responsibilities of a citizen   a citizen in North Dakota         a citizen in North Dakota
                                                               in North Dakota with few,       in North Dakota with no         with limited significant          with many significant errors.
                                                               if any, errors.                 significant errors.             errors.
GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS
4.4.2    Identify the basic roles of the three branches of     Students identify the basic     Students identify the basic     Students identify the basic       Students identify the basic
         North Dakota government (i.e., Executive,             roles of the three              roles of the three              roles of the three branches       roles of the three branches
         Legislative, Judicial)                                branches of North               branches of North               of North Dakota’s                 of North Dakota’s
                                                               Dakota’s government with        Dakota’s government with        government with limited           government with many
                                                               no errors.                      no significant errors.          significant errors.               significant errors.

4.4.3    Identify the characteristics of a sovereign           Students identify the           Students identify the           Students identify the             Students identify the
         nation in terms of tribal government in North         characteristics of a            characteristics of a            characteristics of a              characteristics of a
         Dakota                                                sovereign nation in terms       sovereign nation in terms       sovereign nation in terms of      sovereign nation in terms of
                                                               of tribal government in         of tribal government in         tribal government in North        tribal government in North
                                                               North Dakota with few, if       North Dakota with no            Dakota with limited               Dakota with many significant
                                                               any, errors.                    significant errors.             significant errors.               errors.




        North Dakota Social Studies                                                                   6                                                                  Standard 4
        Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                                               December 2007
                                                           Standard 4: Government and Citizenship

Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and forms of various political systems and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                               ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
             Benchmark Expectations
                                                               ADVANCED PROFICIENT                   PROFICIENT               PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                     NOVICE
Grade 5
CITIZENSHIP
5.4.1    Identify the roles, rights, and responsibilities of   Students identify an           Students identify a           Students identify a limited     Students identify an
         U.S. citizens in a democratic society (e.g., the      extensive variety of roles,    representative variety of     variety of roles, rights, and   insufficient variety or no
         responsibility to pay taxes, the responsibility to    rights, and responsibilities   roles, rights, and            responsibilities of U.S.        roles, rights, and
         sit on a jury)                                        of U.S. citizens in a          responsibilities of U.S.      citizens in a democratic        responsibilities of U.S.
                                                               democratic society.            citizens in a democratic      society.                        citizens in a democratic
                                                                                              society.                                                      society.

GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS
5.4.2    Identify the duties of the executive, judicial,       Students identify an           Students identify a           Students identify a limited     Students identify an
         and legislative branches of the Federal               extensive variety of duties    representative variety of     variety of duties of the        insufficient variety or no
         government (e.g., checks and balances)                of the executive, judicial,    duties of the executive,      executive, judicial, and        duties of the executive,
                                                               and legislative branches       judicial, and legislative     legislative branches of the     judicial, and legislative
                                                               of the Federal                 branches of the Federal       Federal government.             branches of the Federal
                                                               government.                    government.                                                   government.


5.4.3    Identify the purpose and importance behind            Students identify the          Students identify the         Students identify the           Students identify the
         documents leading up to the writing of the            purpose and importance         purpose and importance        purpose and importance          purpose and importance
         United States Constitution and the Bill of            behind documents leading       behind documents leading      behind documents leading        behind documents leading
         Rights (e.g., Magna Carta, English common             up to the writing of the       up to the writing of the      up to the writing of the        up to the writing of the
         law, English Bill of Rights, Declaration of           United States Constitution     United States Constitution    United States Constitution      United States Constitution
         Independence, Articles of Confederation)              and the Bill of Rights with    and the Bill of Rights with   and the Bill of Rights with     and the Bill of Rights with
                                                               substantial detail.            sufficient detail.            sketchy detail.                 little or no detail.




        North Dakota Social Studies                                                                 7                                                               Standard 4
        Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                                          December 2007
Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and forms of various political systems and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                       ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
             Benchmark Expectations
                                                             ADVANCED PROFICIENT              PROFICIENT            PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                  NOVICE
5.4.4    Explain why the United States government is         Students explain why the   Students explain why the   Students explain why the      Students explain why the
         necessary (e.g., government helps secure            United States government   United States government   United States government is   United States government is
         people’s lives, liberty, and property through law   is necessary with          is necessary with          necessary with superficial    necessary with little or no
         and military protection; groups can accomplish      substantial detail.        sufficient detail.         detail.                       detail.
         things collectively that individuals cannot)




        North Dakota Social Studies                                                           8                                                         Standard 4
        Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                              December 2007
                                                         Standard 4: Government and Citizenship

Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and forms of various political systems and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                             ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
             Benchmark Expectations
                                                              ADVANCED PROFICIENT                 PROFICIENT             PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                   NOVICE
Grade 6
GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS
6.4.1    Explain why government became necessary in           Students provide             Students provide relevant   Students provide superficial   Students provide irrelevant
         ancient civilizations (e.g., need for hierarchy of   insightful explanations as   explanations as to why      explanations as to why         explanations as to why
         power to prevent chaos, power of groups)             to why government            government became           government became              government became
                                                              became necessary in          necessary in ancient        necessary in ancient           necessary in ancient
                                                              ancient civilizations.       civilizations.              civilizations.                 civilizations.
6.4.2    Describe how different forms of government           Students describe how        Students describe how       Students describe how          Students describe how
         (i.e., monarchy, oligarchy, aristocracy,             different forms of           different forms of          different forms of             different forms of
         democracy) distributed power within ancient          government distributed       government distributed      government distributed         government distributed
         societies.                                           power within ancient         power within ancient        power within ancient           power within ancient
                                                              societies with substantial   societies with sufficient   societies with superficial     societies with negligible
                                                              detail.                      detail.                     detail.                        detail.




        North Dakota Social Studies                                                               9                                                          Standard 4
        Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                                   December 2007
                                                         Standard 4: Government and Citizenship

Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and forms of various political systems and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                             ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
             Benchmark Expectations
                                                             ADVANCED PROFICIENT                  PROFICIENT                PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                     NOVICE
Grade 7
CITIZENSHIP
7.4.1    Compare the rights and responsibilities of          Students compare with         Students compare with          Students compare with           Students compare with little
         citizens from a variety of countries (e.g. United   substantial detail the        sufficient detail the rights   superficial detail the rights   or no detail the rights and
         States, Indonesia, Iran, Australia, India, China,   rights and responsibilities   and responsibilities of        and responsibilities of         responsibilities of citizens
         Germany, Poland, Brazil, Ghana)                     of citizens from a variety    citizens from a variety of     citizens from a variety of      from a variety of countries.
                                                             of countries.                 countries.                     countries.

GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS

7.4.2    Explain how people create and change                Students explain with         Students explain with          Students explain with           Students explain with little or
         structures of power (e.g., force, elections,        substantial detail how        sufficient detail how          superficial detail how people   no detail how people create
         wars, reactions to economic conditions and          people create and change      people create and change       create and change               and change structures of
         natural disasters)                                  structures of power.          structures of power.           structures of power.            power.




        North Dakota Social Studies                                                               10                                                               Standard 4
        Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                                        December 2007
                                                              Standard 4: Government and Citizenship

Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and forms of various political systems and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                               ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
              Benchmark Expectations
                                                                ADVANCED PROFICIENT                  PROFICIENT               PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                      NOVICE
Grade 8
CITIZENSHIP
8.4.1     Explain the connections between the rights            Students provide an           Students provide a            Students provide a               Students provide an
          and responsibilities of citizenship (e.g., voting     insightful explanation of     relevant explanation of       superficial explanation of the   irrelevant explanation of the
          and staying informed on issues; being tried by        the connections between       the connections between       connections between the          connections between the
          a jury and serving on juries; having rights and       the rights and                the rights and                rights and responsibilities of   rights and responsibilities of
          respecting the rights of others)                      responsibilities of           responsibilities of           citizenship.                     citizenship.
                                                                citizenship.                  citizenship.
                                                                Apply relevance
GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS                                              app
8.4.2     Explain factors (e.g., lack of economic power,        Students provide an           Students provide a            Students provide a               Students an irrelevant
          lack of central government, no court systems)         insightful explanation of     relevant explanation of       superficial explanation of       explanation of factors that
          that contributed to the demise of the Articles of     factors that contributed to   factors that contributed to   factors that contributed to      contributed to the demise of
          Confederation and explain how they led to the         the demise of the Articles    the demise of the Articles    the demise of the Articles of    the Articles of Confederation
          creation of the US Constitution.                      of Confederation and how      of Confederation and how      Confederation and how they       and how they led to the
                                                                they led to the creation of   they led to the creation of   led to the creation of the US    creation of the US
                                                                the US Constitution.          the US Constitution.          Constitution.                    Constitution.

8.4.3     Explain how the United States Constitution and        Students provide an           Students provide a            Students provide a               Students provide an
          Amendments influence society (e.g., voting            insightful explanation how    relevant explanation how      superficial explanation how      irrelevant explanation how
          rights, equal protection, due process)                the United States             the United States             the United States                the United States
                                                                Constitution and              Constitution and              Constitution and                 Constitution and
                                                                Amendments influence          Amendments influence          Amendments influence             Amendments influence
                                                                society.                      society.                      society.                         society.
                                                                                              .




        North Dakota Social Studies                                                                 11                                                                Standard 4
        Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                                           December 2007
Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and forms of various political systems and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                               ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
              Benchmark Expectations
                                                               ADVANCED PROFICIENT                  PROFICIENT               PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                        NOVICE
Grade 8
8.4.4     Explain the political party process at the local,    Students explain with         Students explain with         Students explain with              Students explain with little or
          state, and national level (e.g., the structure and   substantial detail the        sufficient detail the         superficial detail the political   no detail the political party
          functions of political parties, electoral college,   political party process at    political party process at    party process at the local,        process at the local, state,
          how campaigns are run and who participates           the local, state, and         the local, state, and         state, and national level.         and national level.
          in them, the role of the media in the election       national level.               national level.
          process, various kinds of elections)

8.4.5     Describe the relationship (e.g., power,              Students describe with        Students describe with        Students describe with             Students describe with little
          responsibility, influence) among the executive,      substantial detail the        sufficient detail the         superficial detail the             or no detail the relationship
          judicial, and legislative branches of the            relationship among the        relationship among the        relationship among the             among the executive,
          government at the local, state (i.e., North          executive, judicial, and      executive, judicial, and      executive, judicial, and           judicial, and legislative
          Dakota), and national level                          legislative branches of the   legislative branches of the   legislative branches of the        branches of the government
                                                               government at the local,      government at the local,      government at the local,           at the local, state, and
                                                               state, and national level.    state, and national level.    state, and national level.         national level.

8.4.6     Compare the functions and structure of local,        Students compare the          Students compare the          Students compare the               Students compare the
          state, tribal, and federal governments within        functions and structure of    functions and structure of    functions and structure of         functions and structure of
          North Dakota                                         local, state, tribal, and     local, state, tribal, and     local, state, tribal, and          local, state, tribal, and
                                                               federal governments           federal governments           federal governments within         federal governments within
                                                               within North Dakota with      within North Dakota with      North Dakota with limited          North Dakota with many
                                                               few, if any, errors.          no significant errors.        significant errors.                significant errors.




        North Dakota Social Studies                                                                 12                                                                 Standard 4
        Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                                            December 2007
                                                           Standard 4: Government and Citizenship

Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and forms of various political systems and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                           ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
            Benchmark Expectations
                                                             ADVANCED PROFICIENT                 PROFICIENT              PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                     NOVICE
Grades 9–12
 TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY
 9–12.4.1   Explain how political and economic forces        Students provide an          Students provide a           Students provide a               Students provide an
            have affected the sovereignty of tribal          insightful explanation of    relevant explanation of      superficial explanation of       irrelevant explanation of
            nations (e.g., constitutional provisions;        how political and            how political and            how political and economic       how political and economic
            Supreme Court cases; laws used in forming        economic forces have         economic forces have         forces have affected the         forces have affected the
            the basis of the federal-tribal relationship;    affected the sovereignty     affected the sovereignty     sovereignty of tribal nations.   sovereignty of tribal nations.
            political and economic forces affecting          of tribal nations.           of tribal nations.
            sovereignty of tribal nations)

 HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS
 9–12.4.2   Compare the nature and source of various         Students compare the         Students compare the         Students compare the             Students compare the
            types of political entities past and present     nature and source of         nature and source of         nature and source of various     nature and source of
            throughout the world (e.g., ancient Greek        various types of political   various types of political   types of political entities      various types of political
            and Roman political thought; classical           entities past and present    entities past and present    past and present throughout      entities past and present
            republicans; philosophy of natural rights;       throughout the world with    throughout the world with    the world with sketchy           throughout the world with
            limited and unlimited governments;               substantial detail.          sufficient detail.           detail.                          little or no detail.
            constitutional governments; representative
            democracy; con-federal, federal, unitary
            systems of government, and international
            organizations)




       North Dakota Social Studies                                                              13                                                              Standard 4
       Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                                      December 2007
Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and forms of various political systems and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                                ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
            Benchmark Expectations
                                                              ADVANCED PROFICIENT                    PROFICIENT               PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                      NOVICE
Grades 9–12
 9–12.4.3    Analyze the content and context of               Students provide an            Students provide a             Students provide a               Students provide a
             documents, events, and organizations that        insightful analysis of the     relevant analysis of the       superficial analysis of the      irrelevant analysis of the
             influenced and established the United            content and context of         content and context of         content and context of           content and context of
             States (e.g., Magna Carta; English               documents, events, and         documents, events, and         documents, events, and           documents, events, and
             common law; Petition of Right; English Bill      organizations that             organizations that             organizations that               organizations that
                          st    nd
             of Rights; 1 and 2 Continental                   influenced and                 influenced and                 influenced and established       influenced and established
             Congresses; Common Sense; Declaration            established the United         established the United         the United States.               the United States.
             of Independence, American Revolution             States.                        States.
             Articles of Confederation; Constitutional
             Convention; Federalist Papers, Anti-
             Federalist Papers; U.S. Constitution, Bill
             of Rights)

 HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL
 PROCESSES
 9–12.4.4   Evaluate the effectiveness of structures,         Students provide an            Students provide a             Students provide a               Students provide an
            operations, and influences of political           insightful evaluation of the   relevant evaluation of the     superficial evaluation of the    irrelevant evaluation of the
            systems and constitutional governments            effectiveness of               effectiveness of               effectiveness of structures,     effectiveness of structures,
            (e.g., federalism; separation of powers;          structures, operations,        structures, operations,        operations, and influences       operations, and influences
            checks and balances; media and special            and influences of political    and influences of political    of political systems and         political systems and
            interest groups)                                  systems and                    systems and                    constitutional governments.      constitutional governments.
                                                              constitutional                 constitutional
                                                              governments.                   governments.

 9–12.4.5   Analyze historical and contemporary               Students provide an            Students provide a             Students provide a               Students provide an
            examples of civil liberties and civil rights in   insightful analysis of         relevant analysis of           superficial analysis of          irrelevant analysis of
            the U.S. (e.g., incorporation of the Bill of      historical and                 historical and                 historical and contemporary      historical and contemporary
            Rights, amendments, key legislation, and          contemporary examples          contemporary examples          examples of civil liberties      examples of civil liberties
            landmark Supreme Court cases)                     of civil liberties and civil   of civil liberties and civil   and civil rights in the United   and civil rights in the United
                                                              rights in the United           rights in the United           States.                          States.
                                                              States.                        States.




       North Dakota Social Studies                                                                   14                                                              Standard 4
       Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                                           December 2007
Standard 4: Students understand the development, functions, and forms of various political systems and the role of the citizen in
            government and society.
                                                                                                          ACHIEVEMENT DESCRIPTORS
            Benchmark Expectations
                                                          ADVANCED PROFICIENT                   PROFICIENT               PARTIALLY PROFICIENT                     NOVICE
Grades 9–12
 RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CITIZENS
 9–12.4.6   Evaluate the rights and responsibilities of   Students provide an            Students provide a            Students provide a               Students provide an
            citizenship and civic participation (e.g.,    insightful evaluation of the   relevant evaluation of the    superficial evaluation of the    irrelevant evaluation of the
            election system and process;                  rights and responsibilities    rights and responsibilities   rights and responsibilities of   rights and responsibilities of
            naturalization; political activism)           of citizenship and civic       of citizenship and civic      citizenship and civic            citizenship and civic
                                                          participation with             participation.                participation.                   participation.
                                                          substantial detail.




       North Dakota Social Studies                                                              15                                                              Standard 4
       Content & Achievement Standards                                                                                                                      December 2007

								
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