Nevada State Standards for Social Studies — Grade 2


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C13.2.1

Identify and follow classroom and school rules that guide behavior and resolve conflicts.

C13.2.2

Identify an individuals rights within the classroom and in school.

C13.2.3

Participate in class decisionmaking, i.e., individual responsibilities in the classroom.

C13.2.4

Recognize the Pledge of Allegiance.

C13.2.5

Describe traditional patriotic activities, holidays, or symbols from around the world.

C14.2.1

Name the current President of the United States.

C15.2.1

Identify sources of information

C16.2.1

Name their school and community.

E10.2.1

Discuss the concept that money is limited.

E10.2.2

Identify reasons for saving money.

E11.2.1

Identify businesses in the community.

E11.2.2

Describe ways to share classroom resources.

E12.2.1

Demonstrate an understanding of trade by providing an example.

E9.2.1

Give examples of what is given up when choices are made.

E9.2.2

Identify consumers and where they make purchases.

E9.2.3

Identify producers in your neighborhood and community.

E9.2.4

Discuss why people work.

G5.2.1

Identify titles and symbols maps.

G5.2.2

Recognize spatial patterns, i.e., political units, physical features, on a map and globe.

G5.2.3

Construct a map key from given symbols and choose a map title.

G5.2.4

Give and follow simple oral directions to move from one location to another.

G5.2.5

Use a simple letter/number grid system to find a specific location.

G5.2.6

Identify geographic information within media sources, i.e., maps, books, photographs.

G6.2.1

Define region and provide examples of regions.

G6.2.2

Describe neighborhoods and communities as places where people live, work, and play.

G6.2.3

Identify traditions and customs that families practice.

G6.2.4

Identify patterns of change in the community.

G6.2.5

Provide examples of geographical uses of machines, tools, and technologies, i.e., surveying tools, map navigation programs.

G6.2.6

Show that different locations have different addresses.

G6.2.7

Locate his/her city and state on a map.

G7.2.1

Construct a visual model, i.e., graph, table, and/or choropleth map of population distribution.

G7.2.2

Categorize different ways to move people, goods, and ideas, i.e., air, water, land, phone, and/or computer.

G7.2.3

Define and compare rural and urban communities.

G7.2.4

List types of social groups to which people belong

G8.2.1

Tell how the physical environment affects community activity, i.e., recreation, water usage

G8.2.2

Provide examples of tools that assist in finding geographic locations.

G8.2.3

Identify how people shape the physical environment.

G8.2.4

Define and provide examples of natural hazards.

G8.2.5

Identify natural resources and where they can be found in the neighborhood.

H1.2.1

Compare the local community with others around the nation.

H1.2.2

Use artifacts to understand how people lived their daily lives

H1.2.3

Tell why important events, people, and/or customs are marked by holidays.

H1.2.4

Recognize similarities and differences of earlier generations in areas such as work, dress, manners, stories, games, and festivals.

H1.2.5

Compare communities around the world with the local community.

H1.2.6

Explain why important events, people, and/or customs from around the world are marked by holidays.

H1.2.7

Examine artifacts from around the world for important clues as to how people lived their daily lives.

H2.2.1

Identify ways in which people cooperate to achieve a common goal.

H2.2.2

Explore the importance of both local and national landmarks, and explain how they create a sense of community among citizens

H3.2.1

Identify public and private spaces within the community

H3.2.2

Compare and/or contrast their daily lives with children around the world.

H3.2.3

Explain why people and events are honored in commemorative holidays.

H3.2.4

Demonstrate respect for each other and people in the community.

H3.2.5

Define technology and identify uses of technology in their daily lives.

H3.2.6

Listen to and discuss news events in the community.