MCPS CURRICULUM GUIDE – Social Studies

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MCPS CURRICULUM GUIDE – Social StudiesGRADE 2COURSE SEQUENCE/PacingFirst Nine Weeks SOL 2.10 – SOL 2.3 – SOL 2.5 – SOL 2.6 –Responsibilities of good citizenshipChanges in community lifeMap and globe skills/continents/oceans/riversConstruction of simple mapsSecond Nine Weeks SOL 2.12 –Community diversity/state & local governments SOL 2.2 –Contributions of American Indians SOL 2.4 a,c,d– Map skills/American IndiansThird Nine Weeks SOL 2.11 – SOL 2.7 – SOL 2.8 – SOL 2.9 –Famous Americans and their contributions (review as applicable throughout year)Natural/human/capital ourth Nine Weeks SOL 2.1 –Contributions of ancient China and Egypt SOL 2.4a, b - Map skills/China/Egypt REVIEW of SOLs 2.1 – 2.12

First Nine WeeksMCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12)VA Standards of Learning (SOL)Essential Understandings and SkillsSOL 2.10 The student will explain theresponsibilities of a good citizen, withemphasis ona) respecting and protecting the rightsand property of others.b) taking part in the voting processwhen making classroom decisions.c) describing actions that can improvethe school and community.d) demonstrating self-discipline andself-reliance.e) practicing honesty andtrustworthiness.A good citizen has a variety ofresponsibilities.SkillsStudents will be able to: Participate in groups anddemocratic society. Make decisions.Essential Questions and KnowledgeWhat are some responsibilities of agood citizen?Responsibilities of a good citizen Respecting and protecting therights and property of others. Taking part in the voting processwhen making classroom decisions. Describing actions that canimprove the school andcommunity. Demonstrating self-discipline andself-reliance. Practicing honesty andtrustworthiness.Textbook andChildren’s LiteratureConnectionsOur World Near AndFar Five Ponds PressAssessments andActivities BinderSupportingMaterialsTAH Second GradeResource Room(Log into Moodle andgo to 2nd grade SocialStudies)Enhanced Scopeand SequenceActivities andAssessments:SOL Review CardsCivics Poster Set

MCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12)VA Standards of Learning (SOL)Essential Understandings and SkillsSOL 2.3 The student will identify andcompare changes in community lifeover time in terms of buildings, jobs,transportation, and population.Communities change over time for avariety of reasons.SkillsStudents will be able to: Make and explain graphs. Compare and contrast information. Gather, classify, and interpretinformation.Essential Questions and KnowledgeHow and why have communitieschanged over time?Terms to know Community: A place where peoplelive, work, and play. Population: The number of peopleliving in a community. Transportation: A way of movingpeople and things from one placeto another.The way people live today is differentfrom the way people lived long ago.New inventions have led to changesin buildings, jobs, transportation, andpopulations of communities over time.First Nine WeeksTextbook andChildren’s LiteratureConnectionsOur World Near AndFar Five Ponds PressAssessments andActivities BinderGraphing Your Classp. 17Then and Now p. 18Changing Times p. 19SupportingMaterialsTAH Second GradeResource Room(Log into Moodle andgo to 2nd grade SocialStudies)Enhanced Scopeand SequenceActivities andAssessments:SOL Review CardsCivics Poster Set

First Nine WeeksMCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12)VA Standards of Learning (SOL)Essential Understandings and SkillsSOL 2.5 Students will develop map skills bya) locating the equator, the sevencontinents, and the five oceans on mapsand globes.b) locating selected rivers (James River,Mississippi River, Rio Grande, Huang He,Nile River), mountain ranges(Appalachian Mountains and RockyMountains), and lakes (Great Lakes) inthe United States and other countries.Maps can be used to locate land andwater features.Maps and globes help people study theEarth.SkillsStudents will be able to: Locate areas (regions) on maps andglobes.Essential Questions and KnowledgeWhere are the seven continents, the fiveoceans, and the equator located onmaps and globes?Where are these major rivers, lakes, andmountain ranges located on a map of theUnited States and the world?Terms to know Equator: An imaginary line around themiddle of the Earth. Continent: A large body of land on theEarth.The seven continents Locate North America, South America,Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, andAntarctica on maps and globes.The five oceans Locate the Arctic Ocean, the AtlanticOcean, the Indian Ocean, the PacificOcean, and the Southern Ocean onmaps and globes.Selected rivers, mountain ranges, andlakes in the United States Locate the James River, the MississippiRiver, the Rio Grande, theAppalachian Mountains, the RockyMountains, and the general area ofthe Great Lakes on a United Statesmap.Selected world rivers Locate the Huang He in China and theNile River in Egypt.Textbook andChildren’s LiteratureConnectionsOur World Near AndFar Five Ponds PressAssessments andActivities BinderWide World Word Bankp. 24Three 3-D Rivers, p. 25Make a Compass Rosep. 26SupportingMaterialsTAH Second GradeResource Room(Log into Moodle andgo to 2nd grade SocialStudies)Enhanced Scopeand SequenceActivities andAssessments:SOL Review Cards

MCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12)VA Standards of Learning (SOL)Essential Understandings and SkillsSOL 2.6 The student will demonstratemap skills by constructing simplemaps, using title, map legend, andcompass rose.People who make maps include atitle, map legend, and compass rose.A map is a drawing that shows whatplaces look like from above andwhere they are located.A map legend includes symbols thatrepresent objects and places.SkillsStudents will be able to: Use a map legend. Draw maps of familiar areas. Make and use simple mapsymbols. Use a compass rose to identifydirections.Essential Questions and KnowledgeWhat is included when making a map?Maps include the following Title—The name or kind of map. Map legend—A list of shapes andsymbols used on a map and anexplanation of what each stands for. Compass rose—A symbol that showsdirection (north, east, south, and west)on a map.First Nine WeeksTextbook andChildren’s LiteratureConnectionsOur World Near AndFar Five Ponds PressAssessments andActivities BinderAre You a Map Master?p. 27SupportingMaterialsTAH Second GradeResource Room(Log into Moodle andgo to 2nd grade SocialStudies)Enhanced Scopeand SequenceActivities andAssessments:SOL Review CardsGeography PosterSet

MCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12)VA Standards of Learning (SOL)Essential Understandings and SkillsSOL 2.12 The student will understand thatthe people of Virginiab) have diverse ethnic origins, customs,and traditions, who makecontributions to their communities,and who are united as Americans bycommon principles.The people of Virginia have diverseethnic origins, customs, and traditionsand are united as Americans bycommon principles and traditions.They contribute to their community bypracticing the responsibilities of goodcitizens.Americans are a people of diverseethnic origins, customs, and traditionswho are united as Americans bycommon principles and traditions.SkillsStudents will be able to: Compare and contrast differing setsof ideas. Make generalizations of data. Gather and classify information.Essential Questions and KnowledgeHow do people of diverse ethnicorigins, customs, and traditions,participate and contribute to theircommunities in the United States?How are people of different ethnicorigins and customs united asAmericans?People living in Virginia have diverseethnic origins, customs, and traditionsand participate in and contribute totheir communities.People contribute to their communityby practicing the responsibilities ofgood citizens.While people in our communities havedifferent ethnic and cultural origins,they are united as Americans bycommon principles and traditions.People share the principles ofrespecting and protecting the rightsand property of others, participatingin school and community activities,demonstrating self-discipline and selfreliance, and practicing honesty andtrustworthiness.Second Nine WeeksTextbook andChildren’s LiteratureConnectionsOur World Near AndFar Five Ponds PressAssessments andActivities BinderDiversity Bingo p. 40-41Passport Please p. 42Invent a Holiday p. 44All About Diversity p. 45SupportingMaterialsTAH Second GradeResource Room(Log into Moodle andgo to 2nd grade SocialStudies)Enhanced Scopeand SequenceActivities andAssessments:SOL Review Cards

MCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12)VA Standards of Learning (SOL)Essential Understandings and SkillsContinuedSOL 2.12 The student will understand thatthe people of Virginiaa) have state and local governmentofficials who are elected by voters.Virginia cities and counties have electedstate and local government officials.SkillsStudents will be able to: Compare and contrast differing setsof ideas. Make generalizations of data. Gather and classify information.Essential Questions and KnowledgeHow are state and local governmentofficials elected?Voters in Virginia elect officials tomake decisions for them in the stateand local governments.Second Nine WeeksTextbook andChildren’s LiteratureConnectionsOur World Near AndFar Five Ponds PressAssessments andActivities BinderSupportingMaterialsTAH Second GradeResource Room(Log into Moodle andgo to 2nd grade SocialStudies)Enhanced Scopeand SequenceActivities andAssessments:SOL Review Cards

MCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12)VA Standards of Learning (SOL)Essential Understandings and SkillsSecond Nine WeeksEssential Questions and KnowledgeSOL 2.2 The student will compare thelives and contributions of threeAmerican Indians cultures of the pastand present with emphasis on thePowhatan of the Eastern Woodlands, theLakota of the Plains, and the Pueblopeoples of the Southwest.In what ways were past AmericanIndian lifestyles in Virginia similar toand different from those of the Lakotaand Pueblo Indians?American Indian peoples have lived inVirginia and in other regions of Americafor thousands of years.How are American Indians of the pastdifferent from those of today?American Indians developed differentcultures because they lived in differentenvironments of North America.American Indians have made andcontinue to make contributions topresent-day life.SkillsStudents will be able to: Compare and contrast differing setsof ideas. Gather, classify, and interpretinformation. Construct and explain simple charts. Collect, organize, and recordinformation.What are some contributions ofAmerican Indian culture to presentday life?Terms to know Regions: Places that have common(the same) characteristics.RegionEastern oHomesOccupation TransportationWoodFishermenandH canoesWalkedUsed horsesWalkedContributions of American Indians Arts (jewelry, pottery, weaving)Legends and storiesRespect for natureFarmingTextbook andChildren’s LiteratureConnectionsOur World Near AndFar Five Ponds PressAssessments andActivities BinderSharing America’s NativeHeritages p. 11Virtual Beadwork p. 12First Americans WordSearch p. 13Pueblo Kachinas p. 14The First Americans p. 15Pueblo Ways p. 16SupportingMaterialsTAH Second GradeResource Room(Log into Moodle andgo to 2nd grade SocialStudies)Enhanced Scopeand SequenceActivities andAssessments:SOL Review CardsEarly CivilizationsPoster Set

MCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12)VA Standards of Learning (SOL)Essential Understandings and SkillsEssential Questions and KnowledgeSOL 2.4 The student will developmap skills bya) locating the United States onworld maps.c) locating the regions of thePowhatan, Lakota, and PuebloIndians on United States maps.d) understanding the relationshipbetween the environment andthe culture of the Powhatan,Lakota, and Pueblo Indians.How did the environment affect the Powhatan,Lakota, and Pueblo Indians?People relate to their environmentin different ways.The United States is located in North America.SkillsStudents will be able to: Locate regions on maps andglobes. Locate and use information fromprint and non-print sources. Use resource materials. Collect, organize, and recordinformation. Gather, classify, and interpretinformation.How are the climates, land, and plant life of theseregions similar and different?How did the Powhatan, Sioux, and Pueblo peoplerelate to their environments?Terms to know Climate: The kind of weather an area has over along period of time. Land: The shape of the land’s surface. Environment: Surroundings.ClimateLandEastern Woodlands(Powhatan)Mild wintersHot, humid summersRivers Hills, MountainscoastlandPlains (Lakota)Hot summersHarsh, cold wintersPlainsPrairiesRolling hillsSouthwest (Pueblo people)Hot daysCold nightLittle rainfallHigh flatlandsWays people related to their environment The Powhatan farmed, fished, hunted, used treesfor homes and canoes, and gathered plants forfood. The Lakota moved around the region to hunt forbuffalo. They later used horses for transportation. The Pueblo people farmed the land. They lived invillages in adobe (clay) houses.Second Nine WeeksTextbook andSupportingChildren’s LiteratureMaterialsConnectionsOur World NearTAH Second GradeAnd Far Five Ponds Resource Room(Log into Moodle andPressAssessments andActivities BinderGrowing Pains p. 20My Weather Journalp. 21Climates Are Coolp. 22How is the Weatherp. 23go to 2nd grade SocialStudies)Enhanced Scopeand SequenceActivities andAssessments:SOL Review CardsEarly CivilizationsPoster Set

MCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12)VA Standards of Learning (SOL)Essential Understandings and SkillsSOL 2.11 The student will identify GeorgeWashington, Abraham Lincoln, Susan B.Anthony, Helen Keller, Jackie Robinson,and Martin Luther King, Jr. as Americanswhose contributions improved the livesof other Americans.Individuals in the past have workedsuccessfully to improve the lives of otherAmericans in the United States.SkillsStudents will be able to: Collect, organize, and recordinformation.Gather, classify, and interpretinformation.Compare and contrast differentpersonalities and behaviors.Explain cause and effectrelationships.Essential Questions and KnowledgeHow did George Washington, AbrahamLincoln, Susan B. Anthony, Helen Keller,Jackie Robinson, and Martin Luther King, Jr.help to improve the lives of other Americans?Famous Americans and their contributions George Washington: He led the fight forfreedom from England and helpedestablish a new country. Abraham Lincoln: He was the President ofthe United States who helped free AfricanAmerican slaves. Susan B. Anthony: She led the struggle togive women equal rights, including theright to vote. Helen Keller: She overcame disabilitiesand worked to help others who were blindand deaf. Jackie Robinson: He was the first AfricanAmerican player in the major leagues ofbaseball. His actions helped to bringabout other opportunities for AfricanAmericans. Martin Luther King, Jr.: He was an AfricanAmerican minister who worked so that allpeople would be treated fairly. He ledpeaceful marches and gave speeches.Third Nine WeeksTextbook andChildren’s LiteratureConnectionsOur World Near AndFar Five Ponds PressAssessments andActivities BinderBy George p. 32Vote for Lincoln p. 33That’s So Unfair! p. 34Learning Braille p. 35That Winning Seasonp. 36I Have a Dream p. 37Great Americans p. 38American Heroes p. 39SupportingMaterialsTAH Second GradeResource Room(Log into Moodle andgo to 2nd grade SocialStudies)Enhanced Scopeand SequenceActivities andAssessments:SOL Review CardsFamous AmericansPoster Set

MCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12)VA Standards of Learning (SOL)Essential Understandings and SkillsSOL 2.7 The student will describe naturalresources (water, soil, wood, and coal),human resources (people at work), andcapital resources (machines, tools, andbuildings).The three main types of resources arenatural, human, and capital.SkillsStudents will be able to: Gather, classify, and interpretinformation.Essential Questions and KnowledgeWhat are natural, human, and capitalresources?Terms to know Natural resources: Materials thatcome directly from nature. Human resources: People workingto produce goods and services. Capital resources: Goods made bypeople and used to produce othergoods and services.Third Nine WeeksTextbook andChildren’s LiteratureConnectionsOur World Near AndFar Five Ponds PressAssessments andActivities BinderKid-Biz p. 28SupportingMaterialsTAH Second GradeResource Room(Log into Moodle andgo to 2nd grade SocialStudies)Enhanced Scopeand SequenceActivities andAssessments:SOL Review CardsExamples of resources Natural: Water, soil, wood, coal. Human: Farmers, miners, builders,painters. Capital: Hammers, computers,trucks, lawn mowers, factorybuildings.Economics PosterSet

MCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12)VA Standards of Learning (SOL)Essential Understandings and SkillsEssential Questions and KnowledgeSOL 2.8 The student will distinguishbetween the use of barter and the use ofmoney in the exchange for goods andservices.What is the difference between usingbarter and using money in exchangefor goods and services?People acquire goods and servicesthrough barter or through the exchangeof money.SkillsStudents will be able to: Compare and contrast differentconcepts.Third Nine WeeksTextbook andChildren’s LiteratureConnectionsOur World Near AndFar Five Ponds PressAssessments andActivities BinderTerms to know Barter: The exchange of goods and Got Any Change? p. 29services without the use of money. Money: Coins, paper bills, andchecks used in exchange for goodsand services.SupportingMaterialsTAH Second GradeResource Room(Log into Moodle andgo to 2nd grade SocialStudies)Enhanced Scopeand SequenceActivities andAssessments:SOL Review CardsEconomics PosterSet

MCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12)VA Standards of Learning (SOL)Essential Understandings and SkillsSOL 2.9 The student will explain thatscarcity (limited resources) requirespeople to make choices aboutproducing and consuming goods andservices.People are both producers andconsumers.People must make economic choicesbecause resources are limited (scarcity).SkillsStudents will be able to: Make decisions based oninformation. Gather, classify, and interpretinformation.Essential Questions and KnowledgeWhat is scarcity?Third Nine WeeksTextbook andChildren’s LiteratureConnectionsOur World Near AndFar Five Ponds PressWhat is a consumer?What is a producer?Why do people have to makeeconomic choices?Terms to know Scarcity: Not being able to meet allwants at the same time becauseresources are limited. Consumer: A person who usesgoods and services. Producer: A person who usesresources to make goods and/orprovide services.People must make economic choicesbecause resources and goods andservices are scarce (limited).Assessments andActivities BinderIt’s Your Choice p. 30Are You a Smart Spenderp. 31SupportingMaterialsTAH Second GradeResource Room(Log into Moodle andgo to 2nd grade SocialStudies)Enhanced Scopeand SequenceActivities andAssessments:SOL Review CardsEconomics PosterSet

MCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12)VA Standards of Learning (SOL)Essential Understandings and SkillsEssential Questions and KnowledgeSOL 2.1 The student will explain how thecontributions of ancient China and Egypthave influenced the present world interms of architecture, inventions, thecalendar, and written language.What contributions did the people ofancient China and Egypt make to thedevelopment of written language?Ancien

MCPS Curriculum Guide Second Grade Social Studies (Rev. 6/12) VA Standards of Learning (SOL) Essential Understandings and Skills Essential Questions and Knowledge Textbook and . Children’s Literature . Connections Supporting Materials SOL 2.10 The student will explain

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