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WI.SS.BH.Behavioral Sciences (BH)
Behavioral Sciences (BH)
SS.BH4: Wisconsin students will examine the progression of specific forms of technology and their influence within various societies.
BH4.a: Progression of technology
SS.BH4.a.i. Classify technologies based on intended use, access, and design, and how they might change people’s lives (for better or worse).
Econ2.c: Firm/Business Behavior and Costs of Production
SS.Econ2.c.3. Compare the skills and knowledge required to produce certain goods and services. Provide an example of the factors of production (i.e., land, labor, capital, entrepreneurship) for a given product.
SS.Geog1: Wisconsin students will use geographic tools and ways of thinking to analyze the world.
Geog1.a: Tools of Geography
SS.Geog1.a.4-5. Summarize how location (absolute and relative) affects people, places, and environment. Construct maps (paper or digital), charts, and graphs using appropriate elements (i.e., date, orientation, grid, scale, title, author, index, legend, situation)
SS.Geog2: Wisconsin students will analyze human movement and population patterns.
Geog2.a: Population and Place
SS.Geog2.a.3. Categorize the populations of people living in their state and country. Compare and contrast types of communities (i.e., rural, suburban, urban, or tribal), and different types of places on Earth (e.g., community, state, region, country/nation).
PS1.b: Origins & Foundation of the Government of the United States
SS.PS1.b.4-5. Summarize the contributions of historically significant people during the period of early United States history to the development of our political culture. Differentiate between freedom, justice, equality, rights, responsibilities, and citizenship. Apply
SS.PS2: Wisconsin students will examine and interpret rights, privileges, and responsibilities in society.
PS2.a: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
SS.PS2.a.i. Investigate examples of rights and responsibilities, including the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, Bill of Rights and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which individuals possess within the state, country, and world. Summarize the actio
SS.PS2.b.5. Compare and contrast being a citizen of a country to the principles of good citizenship. Describe the process by which people in the United States become legal citizens (i.e., natural born or naturalization).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study GuideImmigration
SS.PS2.c.4-5. Critique instances where groups have been denied access to power and rights, and any law or customs that have altered these instances. Summarize how people (e.g., religious groups, civil rights groups, workers, neighborhood residents) organize to gain a g
SS.PS3.b.3-4. Provide examples of how various types of media are used in elections and government. Compare and contrast the multiple roles people play in elections. Analyze the roles civic institutions play in their lives, their community and beyond (e.g., schools, com