Standard 3: Structure and Functions of Government

General Information
Number: SS.1.C.3
Title: Structure and Functions of Government
Type: Standard
Subject: Social Studies
Grade: 1
Strand: Civics and Government

Related Benchmarks

This cluster includes the following benchmarks.

Related Access Points

This cluster includes the following access points.

Independent

SS.1.C.3.In.a
Identify ways to make a decision or resolve a conflict, such as talking about problems or listening to each other.
SS.1.C.3.In.b
Recognize symbols and individuals that represent America, such as the American flag, Pledge of Allegiance, bald eagle, and current president.

Supported

SS.1.C.3.Su.a
Recognize ways to make a decision or resolve a conflict, such as talking about problems or listening to each other.
SS.1.C.3.Su.b
Recognize symbols that represent America, such as the American flag or Pledge of Allegiance.

Participatory

SS.1.C.3.Pa.a
Recognize a way to make a decision or resolve a conflict, such as making a choice or taking turns.
SS.1.C.3.Pa.b
Recognize the American flag.

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David's big problem:

In this lesson students will work collaboratively in guided groups to resolve conflicts while demonstrating respect and kindness with a focus on recognizing the characteristics of responsible citizenship. They will collect data into categories and represent the results using tally marks or pictographs.

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Basic Story Elements Read Aloud:

Read aloud that incorporates basic story elements and conflict resolution

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