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Many Communities, One United States; Civics for Grades 3-5
This 4-week, interactive, standards-based course covers most civic focused standards as outlined by the C3 Social Studies State Standards.
Kristina Rinard, Etc.
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$10 per class
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45 minutes per class
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Session 1: Distinguish the responsibilities and powers of government officials at various levels and branches of government and in different times and places. Explain how groups of people make rules to create responsibilities and protect freedoms. The student will: --discover the levels of government --dissect the preamble to the constitution to learn its anatomy --create a Preamble Picture Book as a group --explore the Bill of Rights and play a Bill of Rights Kahoot Session 2: Distinguish...
D2.Civ.1.3-5. Distinguish the responsibilities and powers of government officials at various levels and branches of government and in different times and places. D2.Civ.2.3-5. Explain how a democracy relies on people’s responsible participation, and draw implications for how individuals should participate. D2.Civ.3.3-5. Examine the origins and purposes of rules, laws, and key U.S. constitutional provisions. D2.Civ.4.3-5. Explain how groups of people make rules to create responsibilities and protect freedoms. D2.Civ.5.3-5. Explain the origins, functions, and structure of different systems of government, including those created by the U.S. and state constitutions. D2.Civ.6.3-5. Describe ways in which people benefit from and are challenged by working together, including through government, workplaces, voluntary organizations, and families D2.Civ.8.3-5. Identify core civic virtues and democratic principles that guide government, society, and communities. D2.Civ.10.3-5. Identify the beliefs, experiences, perspectives, and values that underlie their own and others’ points of view about civic issues. D2.Civ.11.3-5. Compare procedures for making decisions in a variety of settings, including classroom, school, government, and/or society. D2.Civ.12.3-5. Explain how rules and laws change society and how people change rules and laws. D2.Civ.13.3-5. Explain how policies are developed to address public problems. D2.Civ.14.3-5. Illustrate historical and contemporary means of changing society
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Kristina Rinard, Etc.
Lifelong Teachers and Learners
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
339 total reviews
451 completed classes
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