Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3



SUGGESTED UNIT OUTLINES FOR SOCIAL STUDIES GLES 3rd GRADE M

SOCIAL STUDIES UNIT OUTLINES – THIRD GRADE


In third grade, students begin to explore more complex concepts and ideas from civics, economics, geography, and Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 history as they study the varied backgrounds of people living in Washington and the rest of the United States. Emphasis is on cultures in the United States, including the study of American Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 Indians. Students examine these cultures from the past and in the present and the impact they have had in shaping our contemporary society. They begin to look at issues and events from more than Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 one perspective.


The following pages organize the required social studies standards for the 3rd grade by suggested unit plans related to culture and cultural universals. As with the other grade Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 levels, these suggested unit outlines are framed along two dimensions: chronological era and major developments or themes. Civics, economics, geography, and social studies skills are embedded in this framework. They start with possible Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 essential and guiding questions to help frame the unit. The sample guiding questions фокус on the specific issues that connect with the particular era, developments, or themes. The sample essential questions are meant Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 to remind us of how the themes and eras addressed in a particular unit relate to timeless important issues and concepts.


Please note that while the GLEs (in bold) are required Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3, the examples are merely suggestions. Since it would be impossible to address all of the important people, cultures, and events from Washington state history that promotes in-depth understanding, these examples are meant Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 to provide some possible contexts in which to teach these standards. They are not meant to be followed like a recipe or as a one-size-fits-all curriculum. Ultimately, it is up Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 to teachers and administrators in each district to decide how to tailor this course and these examples to their students’ and community’s particular interests and needs. The document is Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 in Word format to facilitate this tailoring. Local educators will have to help decide which themes and developments students will examine deeply and which they will look at as points of comparison Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3. By balancing depth and breadth, students will have the opportunity to gain enduring understandings that social studies teaches us about ourselves and our world. To help develop these enduring understandings, these unit Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 outlines include recommended placement of several of the state’s Classroom-Based Assessment models (CBAs). To see the full requirements of the CBAs referenced below, visit OSPI’s social studies assessment web page.


Unit Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 Outlines for Third Grade

  1. First Nations of North America

  2. Cultures of North America

  3. Cultures in Our Community


Recommended CBAs: Humans and the Environment, Meeting Needs and Wants, Cultural Contributions


Unit Outline 1: First Nations of North America

Essential Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 Question(s):

Guiding Question(s):


CBA: Humans and the Environment







^ Required GLE

Suggested Examples

GEOGRAPHY

3.1.1

Understands and applies how maps and globes are used to display the regions of North Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 America in the past and present.

  • Uses maps to identify physical features of the regions where the Plains and Eastern Woodland Indians lived.

  • Explains the regions of North America based on current and Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 historical maps.

  • Uses maps of North America to explain the interaction between indigenous peoples and their environment.

GEOGRAPHY

3.2.1

Understands how the environment affects cultural groups and how cultural groups affect the environment.


  • Explains Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 how the environment influenced the development of a native culture’s lifestyle, traditions, and beliefs.

  • Explains ways native people affected their environment as they met their needs.

  • Uses different maps, such as Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 climate and vegetation maps, to explain the interaction between native people and their environment.

^ SOCIAL STUDIES SKILLS

5.2.2

Uses a graphic organizer to organize main ideas and supporting details from visuals and Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 literary, narrative, informational, and expository texts.

  • Uses a graphic organizer to organize main ideas and supporting details from sources on the cultural contributions of Eastern Woodland tribes.

  • Uses a graphic organizer to organize main Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 ideas and supporting details from sources on the cultural contributions of Northern Plains tribes and Southeast tribes.

5.3.1

Engages in discussions that attempt to answer questions about cultural similarities and differences.

  • Engages in Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 discussion on creation legends to learn about the differences in tribes’ beliefs.

  • Engages in discussion to learn about the different ways tribes affected their environments as they met their needs.


CBA: Meeting Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 Needs & Wants







^ Required GLE

Suggested Examples

ECONOMICS

2.2.1

Understands how the economic systems of groups are influenced by laws, values, and customs.

  • Explains how the farming and herding practices of Eastern Woodland peoples reflected how they viewed Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 their environment.

  • Explains how the basket and rug weaving customs of the Southwest tribes contributed to their economy through trade.

  • Compares how laws, values, and customs affected the ways in which Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 Pueblo tribes and Plains tribes built homes; produced, gathered, or hunted food; and мейд clothing and tools.

^ SOCIAL STUDIES SKILLS

5.4.1

Draws conclusions using at least two clear, specific, and accurate examples in a Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 paper or presentation.

  • Draws a conclusion using at least two clear, specific, and accurate examples in a paper about the trading systems of different tribes.

  • Draws a conclusion using at least two clear, specific Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3, and accurate examples in a presentation about how different tribes met their needs.


Unit Outline 2: Cultures of North America


Essential Question(s):


Guiding Question(s):










^ Required GLE

Suggested Examples

GEOGRAPHY

3.1.2

Understands the physical, political, and cultural characteristics of places, regions Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3, and people in North America including the location of the fifty states within the regions of the U.S.

  • Explains the physical geography, including landforms and climate, of Mexico, Canada, and the U.S.

  • Explains Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 the unique cultural characteristics of regions in North America, including language, food, customs, religion, stories, music, and art.

  • Explains which states are located in the southwest region of the Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 United States.

3.3.1

Understands that learning about the geography of North America helps us understand the global issue of culture.

  • Explains that cultural groups in North America have traditions, beliefs, and celebrations that have been Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 brought from countries all around the world.



Unit Outline 3: Cultures in Our Community


Essential Question(s):


Guiding Question(s):










Required GLE

Suggested Examples

CIVICS

1.1.1

Understands the key ideals of unity and diversity.

  • Explains that the community is мейд up of people from various cultures.

  • Explains the benefits of diversity for a community Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3, including the increased range of viewpoints, ideas, customs, and choices available.

1.1.2

Understands and applies the key ideals of unity and diversity within the context of the community.

  • Explains the diverse perspectives Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 of cultural groups in the community.

  • Contributes one’s own diverse cultural perspective to the classroom community.

GEOGRAPHY

3.2.2

Understands the cultural universals of place, time, family life, economics, communication, arts, recreation, food Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3, clothing, shelter, transportation, government, and education.


  • Explains the variety of ways that people in North America use language to communicate, including spoken, written, sign, and body language in the past or present Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3.

  • Compares the forms of literature, music, art, dance, and games that belong to cultures in Mexico, Canada, and the United States.

  • Compares the traditions, beliefs, and values of cultural groups in North America Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3.

  • Explains how children gain knowledge formally through school and informally through family, friends, and media.

  • Explains how people make a living in different communities.

  • Explains the variety of ways that Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 people in one’s community use money or trade to meet their needs and wants.



CBA: Cultural Contributions







^ Required GLE

Suggested Examples

HISTORY

4.2.2

Understands how contributions мейд by various cultural groups have shaped the history of the community Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 and world

  • Explains the technology, art, and music contributions мейд by the Southwest native tribes and the Eastern Woodland native tribes.

  • Compares the contributions to transportation мейд by the Northern Plains native tribes with Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 those of the Southeast native tribes.

  • Compare the contributions that people from Mexico, Canada, or other countries have мейд to art, food, music, literature, and sports in your community.

  • Explains the contributions Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 that Asian immigrants have мейд to strawberry farming in Bainbridge Island.

  • Explains the contributions that Hispanic workers have мейд to farming in the Yakima Valley.

^ SOCIAL STUDIES SKILLS

5.1.2

Evaluates if information is clear Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3, specific, and detailed.

  • Determines whether there are details to support a conclusion about tools as a cultural contribution of the Eastern Woodlands tribe.

  • Determines whether there are details to Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 support a conclusion about apple farming as a contribution of Japanese Americans in your community.

  • Determines whether a conclusion on the cultural contribution of the Eastern Woodlands tribes is clearly stated.

5.4.2

Prepares a list of Suggested unit outlines for social studies gles 3 resources, including the title and author for each source.

  • Completes a graphic organizer listing resources on various cultures, including the title and author for each source

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