Standard 1: Foundations of Government, Law, and the American Political System

General Information
Number: SS.1.C.1
Title: Foundations of Government, Law, and the American Political System
Type: Standard
Subject: Social Studies
Grade: 1
Strand: Civics and Government

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This cluster includes the following access points.

Independent

SS.1.C.1.In.a
Identify reasons for rules that keep students safe in the classroom and school, such as keeping order.
SS.1.C.1.In.b
Identify authority figures in the school, such as the teacher, principal, and cafeteria manager.
SS.1.C.1.In.c
Identify an example of the use of power without authority in the classroom or school, such as bullying and stealing.

Supported

SS.1.C.1.Su.a
Recognize reasons for rules that keep students safe in the classroom and school, such as keeping order.
SS.1.C.1.Su.b
Recognize an authority figure in the school, such as the teacher or principal.
SS.1.C.1.Su.c
Recognize an example of the use of power without authority in the classroom or school, such as bullying or stealing.

Participatory

SS.1.C.1.Pa.a
Associate a classroom rule with a consequence.
SS.1.C.1.Pa.b
Recognize the teacher as the classroom leader.
SS.1.C.1.Pa.c
Recognize ownership of personal belongings.

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Lesson Plan

Rules/Laws Read Aloud Incorporating Main Topic:

In this lesson, students will learn laws of the classroom and community all while determining the main idea.

Type: Lesson Plan

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