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Tularosa Municipal School District:
Tularosa Grade 4
Social Studies - Grade 4 Q4

Historical Perspective

Analysis: Develop Skills
The learner will be able to develop historical analysis skills.
Strand Scope Source
Historical Analysis Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Analysis: Sources/Multiple
The learner will be able to analyze historical events using multiple sources.
Strand Scope Source
Historical Analysis Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Data Interpretation: Graph/Series
The learner will be able to draw conclusions from the information presented in series of graphs.
Strand Scope Source
Data Interpretation Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Data Interpretation: Chart/Graph/Analyze
The learner will be able to analyze data presented in a chart or graph.
Strand Scope Source
Data Interpretation Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
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Geography

Geography II-A
The learner will be able to 1. Apply geographic tools of title, grid system, legends, symbols, scale, and compass rose to construct and interpret maps.2. Translate geographic information into a variety of formats such as graphs, maps, diagrams, and charts.3. Draw conclusions and make generalizations from geographic information and inquiry.
Strand Scope Source
Earth Attributes Master Tularosa Municipal Schools Curriculum Standards 2006
  
Geography II-B
The learner will be able to 1. Identify a region as an area with unifying characteristics (e.g., human, weather, agriculture, industry, natural characteristics).2. Describe the regions of New Mexico, the United States, and the Western Hemisphere.3. Identify ways in which different individuals and groups of people view and relate to places and regions.
Strand Scope Source
Earth Attributes Master Tularosa Municipal Schools Curriculum Standards 2006
  
Geography II-C
The learner will be able to 1. Explain how geographic factors have influenced people, including settlement patterns and population distribution in New Mexico, past and present.2. Describe how environments, both natural and man-made, have influenced people and events over time, and describe how places change.3. Understand how visual data (e.g., maps, graphs, diagrams, tables, charts) organizes and presents geographic information.
Strand Scope Source
Earth Attributes Master Tularosa Municipal Schools Curriculum Standards 2006
  
Geography II-E
The learner will be able to 1. Describe how cultures change.2. Describe how geographic factors influence the location and distribution of economic activities.3. Describe types and patterns of settlements.4. Identify the causes of human migration.5. Describe how and why people create boundaries and describe types of boundaries.
Strand Scope Source
Earth Attributes Master Tularosa Municipal Schools Curriculum Standards 2006
  
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Civics and Government

Civics and Government III-A
The learner will be able to 1. Explain how the organization of New Mexico's government changed during its early history.2. Compare how the State of New Mexico serves national interests and the interests of New Mexicans.3. Explain the difference between making laws, carrying out the laws, and determining if the laws have been broken, and identify the government bodies that perform these functions at the local, state, tribal, and national levels.
Strand Scope Source
American Identity Master Tularosa Municipal Schools Curriculum Standards 2006
  
Civics and Government III-B
The learner will be able to 1. Describe various cultures and the communities they represent, and explain how they have evolved over time.
Strand Scope Source
American Identity Master Tularosa Municipal Schools Curriculum Standards 2006
  
Civics and Government III-C
The learner will be able to 1. Compare and contrast how the various governments have applied rules/laws, majority rule, "public good," and protections of the minority in different periods of New Mexico's history.
Strand Scope Source
American Identity Master Tularosa Municipal Schools Curriculum Standards 2006
  
Civics and Government III-D
The learner will be able to 1. Explain the difference between rights and responsibilities, why we have rules and laws, and the role of citizenship in promoting them.2. Examine issues of human rights.
Strand Scope Source
American Identity Master Tularosa Municipal Schools Curriculum Standards 2006
  
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Economics

Economics IV-A
The learner will be able to 1. Understand when choices are made that those choices impose "opportunity costs."2. Describe different economic, public, and/or community incentives (wages, business profits, amenities rights for property owners and renters).3. Illustrate how resources can be used in alternative ways and, sometimes, allocated to different users.4. Explain why there may be unequal distribution of resources (e.g., among people, communities, states, nations).5. Understand and explain how conflict may arise between private and public incentives (e.g., new parks, parking structures).
Strand Scope Source
Currency Master Tularosa Municipal Schools Curriculum Standards 2006
  
Economics IV-B
The learner will be able to 1. Understand how the characteristics and benefits of the free enterprise system in New Mexico compares to other economic systems in New Mexico (e.g., acequia systems).2. Explain that government raises money by taxing and borrowing to pay for the goods and services it provides.
Strand Scope Source
Currency Master Tularosa Municipal Schools Curriculum Standards 2006
  
Economics IV-C
The learner will be able to 1. Identify patterns of work and economic activity in New Mexico and their sustainability over time (e.g., farming, ranching, mining, retail, transportation, manufacturing, tourism, high tech).2. Explain how New Mexico, the United States, and other parts of the world are economically interdependent.3. Explain that banks handle currency and other forms of money and serve as intermediaries between savers and borrowers.4. Explain that money can be used to express the "market value" of goods and services in the form of prices.5. Use data to explain an economic pattern.
Strand Scope Source
Currency Master Tularosa Municipal Schools Curriculum Standards 2006
  
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United States History

State History: Summary of Events
The learner will be able to summarize the events within his/her state history.
Strand Scope Source
State History Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
State History: Geography
The learner will be able to understand how geography has impacted his/her state history.
Strand Scope Source
State History Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
State History: Population
The learner will be able to understand changes in population over time within his/her state.
Strand Scope Source
State History Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
State History: Relationship to Nation
The learner will be able to identify how his/her state history relates to the history of the nation.
Strand Scope Source
State History Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
State History: Role/American Revolution
The learner will be able to explain his/her state's role in the American Revolution.
Strand Scope Source
State History Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
State History: Revolution-Civil War
The learner will be able to describe the social and political climate in his/her state from the American Revolution through the Civil War.
Strand Scope Source
State History Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
State History: Role/Civil War
The learner will be able to explain his/her state's role in the Civil War.
Strand Scope Source
State History Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Revolutionary War: Contributing Factors
The learner will be able to identify the factors contributing to the onset of the American Revolution.
Strand Scope Source
Revolutionary War Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Revolutionary War: Affect/Nation
The learner will be able to explain how the Revolutionary War affected the nation.
Strand Scope Source
Revolutionary War Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Symbols: Pledge/Key Ideas
The learner will be able to recognize how the key ideas and values of American democracy are reflected in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Strand Scope Source
Historical Symbols Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Symbols: National Anthem/Meaning
The learner will be able to explain the meaning of the national anthem.
Strand Scope Source
Historical Symbols Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Symbols: Patriotic Songs/Key Ideas
The learner will be able to recognize how the key ideas and values of American democracy are reflected in patriotic songs.
Strand Scope Source
Historical Symbols Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Symbols: Statue of Liberty/Meaning
The learner will be able to explain the meaning of the Statue of Liberty.
Strand Scope Source
Historical Symbols Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Symbols: Democratic Principles
The learner will be able to associate a symbol (e.g., Liberty Bell) with democratic principles (e.g., freedom).
Strand Scope Source
Historical Symbols Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Symbols: Government
The learner will be able to understand the relationship between historical symbols and the government.
Strand Scope Source
Historical Symbols Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Migration: Various Movements
The learner will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the various movements of large groups of people, such as westward and northward migrations.
Strand Scope Source
Migration Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Western Development: Pioneers/Describe
The learner will be able to describe early pioneers' expansion of the West.
Strand Scope Source
Western Development Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Civil War: Events/Identify
The learner will be able to identify events that led to Civil War.
Strand Scope Source
Civil War Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Civil War: Significant Battles/Identify
The learner will be able to identify the significant battles of the Civil War.
Strand Scope Source
Civil War Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Civil War: Affect/Nation/Explain
The learner will be able to explain how the Civil War affected the nation.
Strand Scope Source
Civil War Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Reconstruction Era: Affect/Nation
The learner will be able to explain how the Reconstruction Era affected the nation.
Strand Scope Source
Reconstruction Era Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Civil Rights: Segregation
The learner will be able to assess the effect of segregation within the United States.
Strand Scope Source
Civil Rights Movement Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Civil Rights: MLK/Quote/Identify
The learner will be able to identify a quote from the famous speech by Martin Luther King Jr., "I Have a Dream".
Strand Scope Source
Civil Rights Movement Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
American Indian: Origin of Conflict
The learner will be able to explain the origin of conflict between American Indians and Europeans.
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Indigenous People Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Indigenous People: Legends/Myths
The learner will be able to draw conclusions about the indigenous people of North America using legends and myths.
Strand Scope Source
Indigenous People Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
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Cultural Perspective

Diversity: Understand Concept
The learner will be able to understand the concept of diversity.
Strand Scope Source
Diversity Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Folklore: Art/Music
The learner will be able to identify folk art and/or music that is a part of U.S. cultural history.
Strand Scope Source
Folklore Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Folklore: National Heritage/Explain
The learner will be able to explain how folklore contributes to the national heritage of the United States.
Strand Scope Source
Folklore Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Diversity: Define
The learner will be able to define diversity.
Strand Scope Source
Diversity Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Diversity: Explain
The learner will be able to explain diversity in the United States.
Strand Scope Source
Diversity Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Diversity: Common Forms
The learner will be able to list common forms of diversity in the United States.
Strand Scope Source
Diversity Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Media: Newspaper Headline/Interpret
The learner will be able to interpret newspaper headlines.
Strand Scope Source
Media Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
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First Global Era (1450 - 1750)

Europe: 15th/16th Century Explorers
The learner will be able to demonstrate knowledge of various 15th and 16th century European explorers.
Strand Scope Source
European Expansion Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
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Technological Developments

Transportation: Rail Systems/Impact
The learner will be able to understand the impact of the use of rail systems for transportation.
Strand Scope Source
Transportation Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Transportation: Road Systems/Impact
The learner will be able to understand the impact of the use of road systems for transportation.
Strand Scope Source
Transportation Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Transportation: Aircraft/Impact
The learner will be able to understand the impact of the use of aircraft for transportation.
Strand Scope Source
Transportation Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Transportation: Significant People
The learner will be able to identify significant people who contributed to the field of transportation.
Strand Scope Source
Transportation Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Communication: Written/Development
The learner will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the development of written communication throughout history.
Strand Scope Source
Communication Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Inventions: Tools
The learner will be able to understand the invention of basic tools.
Strand Scope Source
Inventions Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Inventions: Technological Achievements
The learner will be able to identify significant technological achievements of various historical societies.
Strand Scope Source
Inventions Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
Science: Achievements/Various
The learner will be able to identify significant scientific achievements of various historical societies.
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Math/Science Master Tularosa Municipal Schools: Social Studies Curriculum: September 1998, Fourth Grade
  
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