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Social Studies Scope and SequenceLouisburg USD #416 - RevisionsGrade 5Social Studies 6World Geography 7Recognizes that everycivilization has a form oflaw or order. 6-1.1.K1Understands the differencebetween criminal and civillaw as it applies toindividual citizens (e.g.,criminal: felony,misdemeanor, crimesagainst people, crimesagainst property, whitecollar crimes, victimlesscrimes; civil: contracts,property settlements, childcustody). 7-1.1.K1 Compares how juvenilesand adults are treateddifferently under law (e.g.,due process, trial, agerestrictions, punishment,rehabilitation, diversion). 71.1.A2Evaluates the importance ofthe rule of law in protectingindividual rights andpromoting the commongood.7-1.1.A3Kansas History 7testedAmerican History 8World Geography 10Standard 1: Civics - GovernmentBenchmark 1: Rule of LawB1Rules of LawUnderstands laws that mustbe followed by those inauthority as well as thosewho are governed (limitedgovernment). 5-1.1.K1Defines the rule of law as alegal principal that is easilyunderstood, and can beapplied to all, includingthose who are rule makers.5-1.1.K2Benchmark 2: Shared Ideals & DiversityB2Shared Ideals &DiversityDescribes the principlescontained in the Declarationof Independence and theConstitution of the USincluding the Bill ofRights.(e.g. the right toquestion the government,having a voice ingovernment throughrepresentation) .5-1.2.K1Compares how the MagnaCarta, Mayflower Compact,Articles of Confederationand other similardocuments influenced the (K) defines the rightsguaranteed, granted, andprotected by the stateconstitution and itsamendments7-1.2.K1Explains the recurringproblems and solutionsinvolving minority rights(e.g., Title IXdiscrimination, affirmativeaction). 8-1.2.K1Last Update: July 10, 2005Note: A notation (6-2.5.1 K) in yellow indicates that this objective is tested on the Kansas Social Studies assessment. The 6 before the dash indicates it is tested at 6th grade; an 8 wouldindicate it is tested at 8th grade, and an 11 would indicate 11th grade testing. The 2.5.1 indicates the grade level, benchmark, and indicator where the objective is found in the standards.K indicates it is at the knowledge level; an A indicates application level.1

Social Studies Scope and SequenceLouisburg USD #416 - RevisionsGrade 5Social Studies 6World Geography 7Kansas History 7American History 8World Geography 10development of Americanconstitutional government.5-1.2.K2Explains the basic ideals ofthe American republicansystem(i.e. liberty, justice, equality of opportunity, human dignity) 5-1.2.A3 Identifies importantfounding fathers and theircontributions (i.e., GeorgeMason, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, GeorgeWashington, BenjaminFranklin, Thomas Paine, Samuel Adams, JohnAdams) 5-1.2.K4Benchmark 3: Constitution Allocates PowerB3ConstitutionAllocatesPowerDefines federalism as asystem of government inwhich power is dividedbetween national (central)and state governments as away to distribute power bypreventing a concentrationof power. 5-1.3.K1Explains the three branchesof Kansas government7-1.3.K1Defines the rightsguaranteed, granted, andprotected by the state andfederal constitution andamendments including theBill of Rights.Explains how authority andresponsibility are balancedbetween national and stategovernments in a federalsystem (e.g., propertyrights). 7-1.3.K2Defines the separation ofpower and gives examplesof how the power is limited(e.g. the President can (K) explains whyseparation of powers and asystem of checks andbalances are important toUnderstands that the UnitedStates Constitution iswritten by and for thepeople and it defines theauthority and power givento the government as wellas recognizes the rightsretained by the stategovernments and the people(e.g., separation of power,limited government, state’srights, the concept “by andfor the people”) 8-1.3.K1Researches historicalexamples of howlegislative, executive, andjudicial powers have beenchallenged at the nationallevel (e.g., secession,appointment of officials,Marbury v Madison)8-1.3.A2 Explains how the UnitedStates Constitution can bechanged throughamendments 8-1.3.K3Last Update: July 10, 2005Note: A notation (6-2.5.1 K) in yellow indicates that this objective is tested on the Kansas Social Studies assessment. The 6 before the dash indicates it is tested at 6th grade; an 8 wouldindicate it is tested at 8th grade, and an 11 would indicate 11th grade testing. The 2.5.1 indicates the grade level, benchmark, and indicator where the objective is found in the standards.K indicates it is at the knowledge level; an A indicates application level.2

Social Studies Scope and SequenceLouisburg USD #416 - RevisionsGrade 5Social Studies 6nominate a Supreme CourtJustice but Congress has toapprove).5-1.3.K2Describes how the UnitedStates Constitution supportsthe principle of majorityrule, but also protects therights of the minority.5-1.3.K3World Geography 7Kansas History 7American History 8World Geography 10limit government. 7-1.3.3(K) Describes how citizens,legislators, and interestgroups are involved in a billbecoming a law at the statelevel. 7-1.3.K4 (A) analyzes theDeclaration ofIndependence and theUnited States Constitutionto identify essential ideas ofAmerican constitutionalgovernment. 8-1.3.A4(A) Designs, researches andcompletes a civic projectrelated to a public issues atthe state or local level (e.g.,designs and carries out acivic-oriented project).7-1.4.A1Compares the popular votewith the Electoral Collegeas a means to electgovernment officials8-1.4.K1(K) Knows variousprocedures for contactingappropriate representativesfor the purpose ofexpressing opinions orasking for help at the stateor local level (e.g., publichearing, open meeting,phone, email, letter,personal interview).7-1.4.K2Researches and analyzes acurrent issue involvingrights from an historicalperspective (e.g., civilrights, native Americans,organized labor). 8-1.4.A2 Explains functions of the3 branches of government. legislature makes law; executive – enforces law; judicial- interprets law)5-1.3.K4Identifies the key ideas ofthe Preamble.5-1.3.K5Compares the steps of howa bill becomes a law at stateand national levels.Benchmark 4: Active Civic ParticipantB4Active CivicParticipantUnderstands that rights arepersonal, political andeconomic (e.g., personal:privacy, speech, religion;political: holding publicoffice, voting; economic:employment, owningproperty, copyrights andpatents). 5-1.4.K1Understands that privilegesrequire qualifications (e.g.,driving: pass exam, agerequirement; running foroffice: age requirement,must be US citizen,residency). 5-1.4.K5 (A) Compares andcontrasts the rights ofpeople living in AncientGreece (Sparta and Athens)and Classical Rome withthe Modern United States.6-1.4.A1Last Update: July 10, 2005Note: A notation (6-2.5.1 K) in yellow indicates that this objective is tested on the Kansas Social Studies assessment. The 6 before the dash indicates it is tested at 6th grade; an 8 wouldindicate it is tested at 8th grade, and an 11 would indicate 11th grade testing. The 2.5.1 indicates the grade level, benchmark, and indicator where the objective is found in the standards.K indicates it is at the knowledge level; an A indicates application level.3

Social Studies Scope and SequenceLouisburg USD #416 - RevisionsGrade 5Social Studies 6World Geography 7Kansas History 7American History 8World Geography 10Recognizes that rightsrequire responsibilities ofcitizenship (e.g., payingtaxes, jury duty, militaryservice, voting, obeying thelaw, public service).5-1.4.K3Identifies criteria andprocesses to attainnaturalized citizenship (i.e.,residence requirements,proof of moral character,required knowledge andskills.) 5-1.4.K1Examines the stepsnecessary to become aninformed voter (i.e.,recognize issues andcandidates, stands taken bycandidates on issues,personal choice, voting).5-1.4.K1(K)Compares the methodsby which we electgovernment officials (i.e.,Electoral College, popularvote).Compares the structure andfunctions of local, Kansas,and federal governments(i.e., make laws, carry outlaws, enforce laws, manageconflicts, provide for thedefense of the nation,sources of trading.)Benchmark 5: National and International InteractionsB5National andInternationalInteractions(A) Analyzes differentchoices of governmenttypes the United States hadupon its founding. (K) identifies the basicfeatures of system ofgovernment (i.e., republic, democracy, monarchy, dictatorship, oligarchy,and theocracy).6-1.5.K1Recognizes that cities areformed through a process ofincorporation, establishingboundaries, creating agovernment, levying taxes.7-1.5.K1Examines governmentresponse to internationalaffairs from a historicalperspective (e.g.,immigration, SpanishAmerican war). 8-1.5.A1Last Update: July 10, 2005Note: A notation (6-2.5.1 K) in yellow indicates that this objective is tested on the Kansas Social Studies assessment. The 6 before the dash indicates it is tested at 6th grade; an 8 wouldindicate it is tested at 8th grade, and an 11 would indicate 11th grade testing. The 2.5.1 indicates the grade level, benchmark, and indicator where the objective is found in the standards.K indicates it is at the knowledge level; an A indicates application level.4

Social Studies Scope and SequenceLouisburg USD #416 - RevisionsGrade 5Explains the key ideas ofthe Preamble.Social Studies 6World Geography 7(K) Describes the wayspolitical systems meet orfail to meet the needs andwants of their citizens (e.g.,republic, democracy,monarchy, dictatorship). 5.2Identifies the types of localgovernment (e.g., cities,townships, counties)7-1.5.K2K) Defines the Identifies the goods andservices provided by localgovernment in thecommunity (e.g., education,health agency, firedepartment, police, care forlocal community property,parks and recreation)7-1.5.K3Researches the roles ofpeople who make up localgovernment (e.g., police,mayor/city manager, countycommissioner, city councilmembers, school boardmember). 7-1.5.A4Understands the role ofschool board members7-1.5.K5characteristics of nations(e.g., territory, population,government, sovereignty).6-1.5.K3Kansas History 7American History 8World Geography 10Standard 2: EconomicsBenchmark 1: Scarcity & ChoicesB1Scarcity &ChoicesExplains how scarcity ofresources requiresindividuals, communities,states, and nations to makechoices about goods andservices (e.g., what food toeat, type of housing to livein, how to use the land).5-2.1.K1 (A) Determines howunlimited wants and limitedresources lead to choicesthat involve opportunitycosts.Gives examples of choicesthe government must makewith limited resources (i.e., Explains how scarcity ofresources requirescommunities and nations tomake choices about goodsand services (i.e., whatfood to eat, where tolocate, how to use land).6-2.1.K1Identifies substitutes (s) andcomplements (c) forselected goods and services(e.g., sod houses vs. woodhouses (s), wagons vs.railroads (s); trains and rails(c), wagons and wheels (c).7-2.1.K1Gives examples ofinternational economicinterdependence. (e.g.,Europeans depended on theFar East for spices & tea;Far Easterners got silverand gem stones in return).6-2.1.A.2(K) Explains that howpeople choose to useresources has both presentand future consequences.7-2.1.K2 Analyzes the effect ofscarcity on the price,production, consumptionand distribution of goodsand services (i.e., pricegoes up and productiongoes down, consumptiongoes down and distributionis limited). 8-2.1.A1Last Update: July 10, 2005Note: A notation (6-2.5.1 K) in yellow indicates that this objective is tested on the Kansas Social Studies assessment. The 6 before the dash indicates it is tested at 6th grade; an 8 wouldindicate it is tested at 8th grade, and an 11 would indicate 11th grade testing. The 2.5.1 indicates the grade level, benchmark, and indicator where the objective is found in the standards.K indicates it is at the knowledge level; an A indicates application level.5

Social Studies Scope and SequenceLouisburg USD #416 - RevisionsGrade 5Social Studies 6World Geography 7Kansas History 7American History 8World Geography 10highways, welfare, defense,education, social security.)5-2.1.A2Describes howspecialization results inincreased productivity (e.g.,when a person in a townspecializes in producingone product and then sellsor trades with each other,there is more produced thanif everyone tried to makeeverything they need forthemselves). 5-2.1.K3Gives examples ofeconomic interdependenceat either the local, state,regional, or national level(i.e., Western settlersdepended on the east fortextiles, Easternersdepended on the west forfurs and hides 5-2.1.A4Identifies an entrepreneur asone who organizes othereconomic resources.Compares and contrastsgovernment revenues andexpenditures.Benchmark 2: U.S. Market EconomyB2U.S. MarketEconomyDefines supply as thequantity of resources,goods, or services thatsellers offer at variousprices at a particular timeand demand as the numberof consumers willing andable to purchase a good orservice at a given time.5-2.2.A1(A) - ( ) analyzes theimpact of inflation ordeflation on the value ofmoney and people’spurchasing power (e.g.,cattle towns, mining towns,time of “boom”, time ofdepression). 7-2.2.A1 (K) explains howrelative price, people’seconomic decisions, andinnovations influence themarket system (i.e., cotton gin led toincreased productivity,more cotton produced,higher profits, and lowerprices; steamboat led toincreased distribution ofgoods, which brought downLast Update: July 10, 2005Note: A notation (6-2.5.1 K) in yellow indicates that this objective is tested on the Kansas Social Studies assessment. The 6 before the dash indicates it is tested at 6th grade; an 8 wouldindicate it is tested at 8th grade, and an 11 would indicate 11th grade testing. The 2.5.1 indicates the grade level, benchmark, and indicator where the objective is found in the standards.K indicates it is at the knowledge level; an A indicates application level.6

Social Studies Scope and SequenceLouisburg USD #416 - RevisionsGrade 5Uses the concept of tradeoffs to make a decision. Identifies factors thatchange supply and demandfor a product (i.e., technology changes(supply), invention of newand substitute goods(demand), climate andweather (supply or demand)5-2.2.K2Describes how changes insupply and demand affectprices of specific products.5-2.2.K3Social Studies 6World Geography 7Kansas History 7American History 8World Geography 10prices of good and mademore affordable to peopleacross the United States; development of railroadled to transportation ofcattle to eastern markets,price was decreased andprofit was increased, timelyaccess to beef). 8-2.2.K1( ) Describes the four basictypes of earned income(e.g., wages and salaries,rent, interests, and profit).8-2.2.K2( ) Explains the factors thatcause unemployment (e.g.,seasonal demand for jobs,changes in skills needed byemployers, other economicinfluences, downsizing,outsourcing). 8-2.2.K3 ( ) describes the positiveand negative incentives towhich employees respond(i.e., wage levels, benefits, work hours, working conditions).8-2.2.K4Last Update: July 10, 2005Note: A notation (6-2.5.1 K) in yellow indicates that this objective is tested on the Kansas Social Studies assessment. The 6 before the dash indicates it is tested at 6th grade; an 8 wouldindicate it is tested at 8th grade, and an 11 would indicate 11th grade testing. The 2.5.1 indicates the grade level, benchmark, and indicator where the objective is found in the standards.K indicates it is at the knowledge level; an A indicates application level.7

Social Studies Scope and SequenceLouisburg USD #416 - RevisionsGrade 5Social Studies 6World Geography 7Recognizes the economicconditions under whichtrade takes place amongpeople across nations (e.g.,students recognize thattrade takes place whenpeople have wants or needsthey cannot fulfill).6-2.3.K1 Identifies barriers totrade among people acrossnations (i.e., treaties, war, transportation, geography).6-2.3.K2 Describes examples offactors that might influenceinternational trade. (e.g.,United States economicsanctions, weather,exchange rates, war,boycotts, embargos.)7-2.3.A1Kansas History 7American History 8World Geography 10Benchmark 3: Economic SystemsB3EconomicSystems( ) Understands that banksare institutions wherepeople (individuals,families, businesses) savemoney and earn interestwhere people borrowmoney and pay interest.5-2.3.K1( ) Gives examples of howpositive and negativeincentives affect people’sbehavior (e.g., laws, such asthe Stamp Act, Sugar Act;profit; product price,indentured servant).5-2.3.A2Recognizes barriers to tradeamong people acrossnations (e.g., quotas, tariffs,boycotts, geography).5-2.3.K3Describes examples ofspecialized economicinstitutions found in marketeconomies (e.g.,corporations, partnerships,proprietorships, laborunions, banks, and nonprofit organizations).8-2.3.K1Explains the costs andbenefits of trade betweenpeople across nations (e.g.,job loss vs. cheaper prices,environmental costs vs.wider selection of goodsand services).7-2.3.K2Gives examples of factorsthat might influenceinternational trade (e.g.,United States sanctions,weather, exchange rate,war, boycotts, embargos).7-2.3.A3Gives examples of howtariffs, quotas, and othertrade barriers affectconsumers and the prices ofgoods (e.g., a countryfearful of purchasingKansas beef of fear ofdisease, tariffs on Kansaswheat). 7-2.3.A4Benchmark 4: Government RoleB4GovernmentRoleIdentifies goods andservices provided by local,state, national governments(e.g., transportation,education, funding,defense). 7-2.4.K1Gives examples of howmonopolies affectconsumers, the prices ofgoods, laborers (workers),and their wages. (e.g.,monopolistic employers anddevelopment of laborunions; oil, steel, andLast Update: July 10, 2005Note: A notation (6-2.5.1 K) in yellow indicates that this objective is tested on the Kansas Social Studies assessment. The 6 before the dash indicates it is tested at 6th grade; an 8 wouldindicate it is tested at 8th grade, and an 11 would indicate 11th grade testing. The 2.5.1 indicates the grade level, benchmark, and indicator where the objective is found in the standards.K indicates it is at the knowledge level; an A indicates application level.8

Social Studies Scope and SequenceLouisburg USD #416 - RevisionsGrade 5Social Studies 6World Geography 7Kansas History 7American History 8World Geography 10railroad monopolies; andanti-trust laws). 8- 2.4.K1Examines relationshipbetween local and staterevenues and expenditures(e.g., school bonds, salestax, property tax, teachersalaries, curbs and gutters,police force). 7-2.4.A2Benchmark 5: Effective DecisionsB5EffectiveDecisions Determines the costs andbenefits of a spending,saving, or borrowingdecision. 5-2.5.A1( ) Determines the costsand benefits of a spending,saving, or borrowingdecision.6-2.5.A1( ) Recognizes that supplyand demand for workers invarious careers affectincome. 5-2.5.K2( ) Explains that budgetingrequires trade-offs inmanaging income andspending. 6-2.5.K.2 ( ) compares thebenefits and costs ofspending, saving, orborrowing decisions basedon information aboutproducts and services. 72.5.A1Explains how anindividual’s income willdiffer in the labor marketdepending on supply of anddemand for his/her humancapital (e.g., skills, abilities,and/or education level).7-2.5.K2( ) Explains how savingaccumulation is influencedby the amount saved, therate of return and time.8-2.5.K1( ) Determines theopportunity cost ofdecisions related to apersonal finance plan orbudget 8-2.5.A2Identifies the opportunitycost that resulted from aspending decision.6-2.5.K3( ) Analyzes how supply ofand demand for workers invarious careers affectincome. 6-2.5.A4Last Update: July 10, 2005Note: A notation (6-2.5.1 K) in yellow indicates that this objective is tested on the Kansas Social Studies assessment. The 6 before the dash indicates it is te

Social Studies Scope and Sequence Louisburg USD #416 - Revisions Grade 5 Social Studies 6 World Geography 7 Kansas History 7 American History 8 World Geography 10 Last Update: July 10, 2005 Note: A notation (6-2.5.1 K) in yellow indicates that this objective is tested on the Kansas Social Studies assessment.

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