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					Social Studies and the Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning First Grade SC Standards for Social Studies Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning

Families Here and across the World
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The student will demonstrate an understanding of how individuals, families, and communities live and work together here and across the world.

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Students formulate questions based on information needs. Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats. Students develop creative products in a variety of formats. Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. Students practice ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology. Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. Students respect intellectual property rights. Students use information technology responsibly. Students share knowledge and information with others.

1-1.1 Summarize the characteristics that contribute to personal identity, including physical growth, the development of individual interests, and family changes over time. (H)

1.1 Students recognize the need for information. 1.2 Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. 1.3 Students formulate questions based on information needs. 1.4 Students identify a variety of potential sources of information. 1.5 Students develop and use successful strategies for locating information. 2.1 Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. 2.2 Students distinguish among facts, points of view, and opinions. 2.3 Students identify inaccurate and misleading information 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. 3.1 Students organize information for practical application. 3.2 Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. 3.3 Students apply information in critical thinking and problem solving. 3.4 Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats. 4.1 Students seek information related to various dimensions of personal well being, such as career interests, community involvement, health matters, and recreational pursuits. 5.1 Students are competent and self-motivated readers. 5.2 Students derive meaning from information presented creatively in a variety of formats. 6.1 Students assess the quality of the process and products of their own information seeking. 6.2 Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. 7.1 Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. 8.1 Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. 8.2 Students respect intellectual property rights. 1.1 Students recognize the need for information. 1.2 Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. 1.3 Students formulate questions based on information needs. 1.4 Students identify a variety of potential sources of information. 1.5 Students develop and use successful strategies for locating information. 2.1 Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. 2.2 Students distinguish among facts, points of view, and opinions. 2.3 Students identify inaccurate and misleading information 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. 3.1 Students organize information for practical application. 3.2 Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. 3.3 Students apply information in critical thinking and problem solving.

1-1.2 Summarize ways in which people are both alike and different from one another in different regions of the United States and the world, including their culture, language, and jobs. (H, G, E)

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3.4 Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats. 4.1 Students seek information related to various dimensions of personal well being, such as career interests, community involvement, health matters, and recreational pursuits. 5.1 Students are competent and self-motivated readers. 5.2 Students derive meaning from information presented creatively in a variety of formats. 6.1 Students assess the quality of the process and products of their own information seeking. 6.2 Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. 7.1 Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. 8.1 Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. 8.2 Students respect intellectual property rights.

1-1.3 Illustrate personal and family history on a time line. (H)

1.4 Students identify a variety of potential sources of information. 1.5 Students develop and use successful strategies for locating information. 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. 3.1 Students organize information for practical application. 3.2 Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. 7.1 Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. 8.1 Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. 8.2 Students respect intellectual property rights. 8.3 Students use information technology responsibly. 1.1 Students recognize the need for information. 1.2 Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. 1.3 Students formulate questions based on information needs. 1.4 Students identify a variety of potential sources of information. 1.5 Students develop and use successful strategies for locating information. 2.1 Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. 2.2 Students distinguish among facts, points of view, and opinions. 2.3 Students identify inaccurate and misleading information 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. 3.1 Students organize information for practical application. 3.2 Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. 3.3 Students apply information in critical thinking and problem solving. 3.4 Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats. 4.1 Students seek information related to various dimensions of personal well being, such as career interests, community involvement, health matters, and recreational pursuits. 4.2 Students design, develop, and evaluate information products and solutions related to personal interests. 5.2 Students derive meaning from information presented creatively in a variety of formats. 5.3 Students develop creative products in a variety of formats. 7.1 Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. 1.4 Students identify a variety of potential sources of information. 1.5 Students develop and use successful strategies for locating information. 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. 3.1 Students organize information for practical application. 3.2 Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. 7.1 Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. 8.1 Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. 8.2 Students respect intellectual property rights.

1-1.4 Compare the daily life of families across the world—including the roles of men, women, and children; typical food, clothes, and style of homes; and the ways the families earn their living. (H, E, G)

1-1.5 Illustrate different elements of community life, including the structure of schools; typical jobs; the interdependence of family, school, and the community; and the common methods of transportation and communication. (H, E, G)

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Students use information technology responsibly.

Families Here and across the World
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The student will demonstrate an understanding of home, school, and other settings across the world.

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Students formulate questions based on information needs. Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats. Students develop creative products in a variety of formats. Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. Students practice ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology. Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. Students respect intellectual property rights. Students use information technology responsibly. Students share knowledge and information with others.

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Identify a familiar area or neighborhood on a simple map, using the basic map symbols and the cardinal directions. (G) Compare the ways that people use land and natural resources in different settings across the world, including the conservation of natural resources and the actions that may harm the environment. (G)

1.1 Students recognize the need for information. 1.2 Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. 2.1 Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. 1.1 Students recognize the need for information. 1.2 Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. 1.3 Students formulate questions based on information needs. 1.4 Students identify a variety of potential sources of information. 1.5 Students develop and use successful strategies for locating information. 2.1 Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. 2.2 Students distinguish among facts, points of view, and opinions. 2.3 Students identify inaccurate and misleading information 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. 3.1 Students organize information for practical application. 3.2 Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. 3.3 Students apply information in critical thinking and problem solving. 3.4 Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats. 4.1 Students seek information related to various dimensions of personal well being, such as career interests, community involvement, health matters, and recreational pursuits. 4.2 Students design, develop, and evaluate information products and solutions related to personal interests. 5.2 Students derive meaning from information presented creatively in a variety of formats. 5.3 Students develop creative products in a variety of formats. 7.1 Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures.

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Families Here and across the World The student will demonstrate an
1.3 3.2 Students formulate questions based on information needs. Students integrate new information into their own knowledge.

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understanding of how government functions and how government affects families.

3.4 5.3 7.1 8. 8.1 8.2 8.3 9.1

Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats. Students develop creative products in a variety of formats. Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. Students practice ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology. Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. Students respect intellectual property rights. Students use information technology responsibly. Students share knowledge and information with others.

1-3.1 Identify the basic functions of government, including making and enforcing laws and protecting citizens. (P) 1-3.2 Summarize of the concept of authority and give examples of people in authority, including school officials, public safety officers, and government officials. (P)

1.1 Students recognize the need for information. 1.2 Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. 2.1 Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand.

1.1 Students recognize the need for information. 1.2 Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. 1.3 Students formulate questions based on information needs. 1.4 Students identify a variety of potential sources of information. 1.5 Students develop and use successful strategies for locating information. 2.1 Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. 2.2 Students distinguish among facts, points of view, and opinions. 2.3 Students identify inaccurate and misleading information 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. 3.1 Students organize information for practical application. 3.2 Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. 3.3 Students apply information in critical thinking and problem solving. 3.4 Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats. 4.1 Students seek information related to various dimensions of personal well being, such as career interests, community involvement, health matters, and recreational pursuits. 5.1 Students are competent and self-motivated readers. 5.2 Students derive meaning from information presented creatively in a variety of formats. 6.1 Students assess the quality of the process and products of their own information seeking. 6.2 Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. 7.1 Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. 8.1 Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. 8.2 Students respect intellectual property rights. 1.1 Students recognize the need for information. 1.2 Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. 2.1 Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand.

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Identify ways that government affects the daily lives of individuals and families in the United States, including providing public education, building roads and highways, and promoting personal freedom and opportunity for all. (P) 1-3.4 Summarize possible consequences of an absence of laws and rules, including

1.1 Students recognize the need for information. 1.2 Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. 1.3 Students formulate questions based on information needs. 1.4 Students identify a variety of potential sources of information.

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the potential for disorderliness and violence. (P)

1.5 Students develop and use successful strategies for locating information. 2.1 Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. 2.2 Students distinguish among facts, points of view, and opinions. 2.3 Students identify inaccurate and misleading information 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. 3.1 Students organize information for practical application. 3.2 Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. 3.3 Students apply information in critical thinking and problem solving. 3.4 Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats. 4.1 Students seek information related to various dimensions of personal well being, such as career interests, community involvement, health matters, and recreational pursuits. 5.1 Students are competent and self-motivated readers. 5.2 Students derive meaning from information presented creatively in a variety of formats. 6.1 Students assess the quality of the process and products of their own information seeking. 6.2 Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. 7.1 Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. 8.1 Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. 8.2 Students respect intellectual property rights.

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Families Here and across the World 1-4. The student will demonstrate an understanding of the foundations and principles of American democracy.
1-4.1 Recognize the basic values of American democracy, including respect for the rights and opinions of others, fair treatment for everyone, and respect for the rules by which we live. (P) 1-4.2 Identify the different levels of government—local, state, and national. (P) 1-4.3 Recall made the contributions by historic and

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Students formulate questions based on information needs. Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats. Students develop creative products in a variety of formats. Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. Students practice ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology. Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating selfgenerated knowledge. Students respect intellectual property rights. Students use information technology responsibly. Students share knowledge and information with others. 1.4 Students formulate questions based on information needs. Students develop and use successful strategies for locating information. Students integrate new information into their own knowledge.

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1.1 Students recognize the need for information. 1.2 Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. 2.1 Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. 1.1 Students access information efficiently and effectively. 3.2 Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. 3.4 Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats.

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political figures to democracy in the United States, including George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr., and Rosa Parks. (P, H)
SC Standards for Social Studies Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning

Families Here and across the World 1-5: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the role of citizens in the American democracy.
1.3 3.2 3.4 5.3 7.1 8. 8.1 8.2 8.3 9.1 Students formulate questions based on information needs. Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats. Students develop creative products in a variety of formats. Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. Students practice ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology. Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating self-generated knowledge. Students respect intellectual property rights. Students use information technology responsibly. Students share knowledge and information with others.

1-5.1 Recognize ways that all citizens can serve the common good, including serving as public officials and participating in the election process. (P) 1-5.2 Summarize the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the rules). (P)

1.3 Students formulate questions based on information needs. 1.5 Students develop and use successful strategies for locating information. 3.2 Students integrate new information into their own knowledge.

1.1 Students recognize the need for information. 1.2 Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. 1.3 Students formulate questions based on information needs. 1.4 Students identify a variety of potential sources of information. 1.5 Students develop and use successful strategies for locating information. 2.1 Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. 2.2 Students distinguish among facts, points of view, and opinions. 2.3 Students identify inaccurate and misleading information 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. 3.1 Students organize information for practical application. 3.2 Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. 3.3 Students apply information in critical thinking and problem solving. 3.4 Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats. 4.1 Students seek information related to various dimensions of personal well being, such as career interests, community involvement, health matters, and recreational pursuits.

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5.1 Students are competent and self-motivated readers. 5.2 Students derive meaning from information presented creatively in a variety of formats. 6.1 Students assess the quality of the process and products of their own information seeking. 6.2 Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating self-generated knowledge. 7.1 Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. 8.1 Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating self-generated knowledge. 8.2 Students respect intellectual property rights.

Families Here and across the World 1-6: The student will demonstrate an understanding of how and why people make economic choices and the importance of these choices for families.
1.3 3.2 3.4 5.3 7.1 8. 8.1 8.2 8.3 9.1 1.1 1.2 Students formulate questions based on information needs. Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. Students produce and communicate information and ideas in appropriate formats. Students develop creative products in a variety of formats. Students seek information from diverse sources, contexts, disciplines, and cultures. Students practice ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology. Students devise strategies for revising, improving, and updating self-generated knowledge. Students respect intellectual property rights. Students use information technology responsibly. Students share knowledge and information with others.

1-6.1 Explain the concept of scarcity and the way it forces individuals and families to make choices about which goods and services to obtain. (E)

Students recognize the need for information. Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. 1.3 Students formulate questions based on information needs. 2.1 Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. 2.2 Students distinguish among facts, points of view, and opinions. 2.3 Students identify inaccurate and misleading information 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. 3.2 Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. 9.1 Students share knowledge and information with others. 9.2 Students respect others' ideas and background and acknowledge their contributions. 9.3 Students collaborated with others, both in person and through technologies, to identify information problems and to seek their solution. 1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 3.2 9.1 9.2 Students recognize the need for information. Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. Students formulate questions based on information needs. Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. Students distinguish among facts, points of view, and opinions. Students identify inaccurate and misleading information Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. Students integrate new information into their own knowledge. Students share knowledge and information with others. Students respect others' ideas and background and acknowledge their contributions.

1-6.2 Explain methods for obtaining goods and services, including buying with money and bartering. (E)

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9.3 Students collaborated with others, both in person and through technologies, to identify information problems and to seek their solution.

1-6.3 Identify ways that families and communities cooperate and compromise in order to meet their needs and wants. (E, P) 1-6.4 Recognize the roles of producers and consumers and the ways in which they are interdependent. (E)

1.1 Students recognize the need for information. 1.2 Students recognize that accurate and comprehensive information is the basis for intelligent decision making. 2.1 Students determine accuracy, relevance, and comprehensiveness. 2.4 Students select information appropriate to the problem or question at hand. 1.2 Students formulate questions based on information needs. 1.5 Students develop and use successful strategies for locating information. 3.2 Students integrate new information into their own knowledge.

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