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Louisiana: 4th-Grade Standards

  • LA.G-E. Content Standard: Geography

    Physical and Cultural Systems: Students develop a spatial understanding of Earth's surface and the processes that shape it, the connections between people and places, and the relationship between man and his environment.

    • G-1A-E1. Benchmark / Gle: The World in Spatial Terms

      identifying and describing the characteristics and uses of geographic representations, such as various types of maps, globes, graphs, diagrams, photographs, and satellite-produced images. (1, 3, 4)

    • G-1A-E2. Benchmark / Gle: The World in Spatial Terms

      locating and interpreting geographic features and places on maps and globes. (1, 2, 3, 4)

    • G-1A-E3. Benchmark / Gle: The World in Spatial Terms

      constructing maps, graphs, charts, and diagrams to describe geographical information and to solve problems. (1, 3, 4)

    • G-1B-E1. Benchmark / Gle: Places and Religions

      describing and comparing the physical characteristics of places, including land forms, bodies of water, soils, vegetation, and climate. (1, 3, 4)

    • G-1B-E2. Benchmark / Gle: Places and Religions

      identifying and describing the human characteristics of places, including population distributions and culture. (1, 3, 4)

    • G-1B-E3. Benchmark / Gle: Places and Religions

      describing how the physical and human characteristics of places change over time. (1, 3, 4)

    • G-1B-E4. Benchmark / Gle: Places and Religions

      defining and differentiating regions by using physical characteristics, such as climate and land forms, and by using human characteristics, such as economic activity and language. (1, 3, 4)

    • G-1C-E1. Benchmark / Gle: Physical and Human Systems

      describing how physical processes help to shape features and patterns on Earth's surface. (1, 3, 4)

    • G-1C-E2. Benchmark / Gle: Physical and Human Systems

      describing and comparing the types of settlement and patterns of land use in local communities, the United States, and world regions. (1, 2, 3, 4)

    • G-1C-E3. Benchmark / Gle: Physical and Human Systems

      describing and explaining the characteristics, distribution, and migration of human populations. (1, 3, 4)

    • G-1C-E4. Benchmark / Gle: Physical and Human Systems

      identifying and comparing the cultural characteristics of different regions and people. (1, 2, 3, 4)

    • G-1C-E5. Benchmark / Gle: Physical and Human Systems

      locating and explaining the spatial distribution of economic activities. (1, 3, 4)

    • G-1C-E6. Benchmark / Gle: Physical and Human Systems

      identifying and describing types of territorial units, such as parishes or counties, states, and countries. (1, 3, 4, 5)

    • G-1D-E1. Benchmark / Gle: Environment and Society

      identifying and explaining ways in which people depend upon and modify the physical environment. (1, 2, 3, 4)

    • G-1D-E2. Benchmark / Gle: Environment and Society

      describing how humans adapt to variations in the physical environment. (1, 2, 3, 4)

    • G-1D-E3. Benchmark / Gle: Environment and Society

      describing the locations, causes, and effects of natural disasters on the environment and society. (1, 2, 3, 4)

    • G-1D-E4. Benchmark / Gle: Environment and Society

      describing the use, distribution, and importance of natural resources. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

    • GLE-E-1. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      The World in Spatial Terms: Interpret different kinds of maps using a map key/legend, compass rose, cardinal and intermediate directions, and distance scale (G-1A-E1)

    • GLE-E-2. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      The World in Spatial Terms: Use a variety of images or other spatial graphics (e.g., aerial photographs, satellite images) to locate major physical and human characteristics (G-1A-E1)

    • GLE-E-3. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      The World in Spatial Terms: Locate and label places on a map or globe: the seven continents, the United States and its major land forms, major bodies of water and waterways, referring to the poles, the equator, latitude, longitude and meridians (G-1A-E2)

    • GLE-E-4. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      The World in Spatial Terms: Identify all U.S. states by shapes and position on map (G-1A-E2)

    • GLE-E-5. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      The World in Spatial Terms: Draw, complete, and add features to a map (including such map elements as a title, compass rose, legend, and scale), based on given information (G-1A-E3)

    • GLE-E-6. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Places and Regions: Describe and compare the distinguishing characteristics of various land forms, bodies of water, climates, and forms of vegetation in the United States (G-1B-E1)

    • GLE-E-7. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Places and Regions: Identify the best place for human settlement based on a map showing physical characteristics of an area (G-1B-E1)

    • GLE-E-8. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Places and Regions: Explain physical and human developments in a region of the United States since it was first settled based on given information (G-1B-E3)

    • GLE-E-9. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Places and Regions: Identify, define, and compare regions of the United States using physical and human characteristics (e.g., land forms and use, cultural diversity) (G-1B-E4)

    • GLE-E-10. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Physical and Human Systems: Identify physical processes that change Earth's surface and create physical features suddenly or over time (e.g., what physical processes created the Grand Canyon, the Great Lakes, the Hawaiian Islands) (G-1C-E1)

    • GLE-E-11. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Physical and Human Systems: Identify geographical/physical reasons for regional variations that influence patterns of settlement and land use in the United States and the world, past and present (G-1C-E2)

    • GLE-E-12. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Physical and Human Systems: Describe characteristics of the human population in a given area (e.g., cultural diversity, population size or growth) (G-1C-E3)

    • GLE-E-13. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Physical and Human Systems: Explain and compare the cultural identities of various U.S. regions and how a region is influenced by past events and the heritage of its people (G-1C-E4)

    • GLE-E-14. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Physical and Human Systems: Locate economic activities that use natural resources in the local region, state, and nation and describe the importance of the activities to these areas (G-1C-E5)

    • GLE-E-15. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Physical and Human Systems: Differentiate between countries, states, parishes, and cities (G-1C-E6)

    • GLE-E-16. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Environment and Society: Identify ways in which people in the United States depend upon and modify the physical environment (G-1D-E1)

    • GLE-E-17. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Environment and Society: Identify natural disasters, their causes, areas prone to them, and how those disasters affect people and the environment (G-1D-E3)

    • GLE-E-18. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Environment and Society: Describe the importance of specific natural resources to human survival and human endeavors (G-1D-E4)

    • GLE-E-19. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Environment and Society: Describe the use, distribution, and importance of natural resources in different regions of the United States using geographic tools such as maps (G-1D-E4)

  • LA.C-E. Content Standard: Civics

    Citizenship and Government: Students develop an understanding of the structure and purposes of government, the foundations of the American democratic system, and the role of the United States in the world, while learning about the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.

    • C-1A-E1. Benchmark / Gle: Structure and Purposes of Government

      describing government in terms of the people and groups who make, apply, and enforce rules and laws in the home, school, community, and nation. (1, 3, 4, 5)

    • C-1A-E2. Benchmark / Gle: Structure and Purposes of Government

      explaining the necessity and basic purposes of government. (1, 5)

    • C-1A-E3. Benchmark / Gle: Structure and Purposes of Government

      comparing limited governments to unlimited governments. (1, 3)

    • C-1A-E4. Benchmark / Gle: Structure and Purposes of Government

      identifying and describing some of the major responsibilities of local, state, and national governments. (1, 3, 5)

    • C-1A-E5. Benchmark / Gle: Structure and Purposes of Government

      identifying key members of government at the local, state, and national levels and describing their powers and the limits on their powers. (1, 3, 5)

    • C-1A-E6. Benchmark / Gle: Structure and Purposes of Government

      explaining how officials in government acquire the authority to exercise political power. (1, 5)

    • C-1A-E7. Benchmark / Gle: Structure and Purposes of Government

      explaining the purposes and importance of rules and laws. (1, 2, 3, 5)

    • C-1B-E1. Benchmark / Gle: Foundations of the American Political System

      identifying basic principles of American constitutional democracy and explaining how the constitutions of the United States and Louisiana reflect these principles. (1, 3, 4, 5)

    • C-1B-E2. Benchmark / Gle: Foundations of the American Political System

      discussing the importance of citizens' sharing and supporting the principles of American constitutional democracy. (1, 3, 4, 5)

    • C-1C-E1. Benchmark / Gle: International Relationships

      explaining that the world is divided into different nations and describing the major ways that these nations interact. (1, 3, 4, 5)

    • C-1D-E1. Benchmark / Gle: Roles of the Citizen

      explaining the meaning of citizenship and the means by which individuals become citizens of the United States. (1, 3, 5)

    • C-1D-E2. Benchmark / Gle: Roles of the Citizen

      describing the rights and responsibilities of citizenship in a democratic society. (1, 5)

    • C-1D-E3. Benchmark / Gle: Roles of the Citizen

      identifying and discussing civic traits that are important to the preservation and improvement of American constitutional democracy. (1, 4, 5)

    • C-1D-E4. Benchmark / Gle: Roles of the Citizen

      describing the many ways that citizens can participate in and contribute to their communities and to American society. (1, 2, 4, 5)

    • C-1D-E5. Benchmark / Gle: Roles of the Citizen

      discussing issues related to citizenship and public service. (1, 3, 5)

    • GLE-E-20. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Structure and Purposes of Government: Identify the necessity or basic purposes of government in such terms as establishing order, providing security, managing conflict, and providing services (C-1A-E2)

    • GLE-E-21. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Structure and Purposes of Government: Distinguish between limited government and unlimited government (C-1A-E3)

    • GLE-E-22. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Structure and Purposes of Government: Explain the role of government and the rights of citizens (C-1A-E3)

    • GLE-E-23. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Structure and Purposes of Government: Identify the three branches of the federal government and describe their major responsibilities (C-1A-E4)

    • GLE-E-24. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Structure and Purposes of Government: Identify key government positions at the national level, their respective powers, and limits on their powers (C-1A-E5)

    • GLE-E-25. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Structure and Purposes of Government: Distinguish between elected and appointed officials and give examples of each at the local, state, and national levels (C-1A-E6)

    • GLE-E-26. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Structure and Purposes of Government: Identify the purpose and importance of a rule or a law (C-1A-E7)

    • GLE-E-27. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Foundations of the American Political System: Describe the significance of the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and its principles of democracy, and the Bill of Rights (e.g., basic freedoms) (C-1B-E1)

    • GLE-E-28. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Foundations of the American Political System: Explain the similarities between the Louisiana and U.S. Constitutions (C-1B-E1)

    • GLE-E-29. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      International Relationships: Explain the concept of nation with reference to countries, governments, and peoples (C-1C-E1)

    • GLE-E-30. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      International Relationships: Identify ways nations interact and why interactions are important (e.g., treaties, diplomacy) (C-1C-E1)

    • GLE-E-31. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      International Relationships: Identify the United Nations and its role in international peace keeping (C-1C-E1)

    • GLE-E-32. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Roles of the Citizen: Identify the means by which individuals become U.S. citizens (C-1D-E1)

    • GLE-E-33. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Roles of the Citizen: Identify the rights and responsibilities of citizenship in making the nation a better place to live (C-1D-E2)

    • GLE-E-34. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Roles of the Citizen: Discuss civic traits of good citizenship that are important to the preservation and improvement of American constitutional democracy, using an excerpt from a speech, address, or essay which illustrates those traits (C-1D-E3) (C-1D-E4)

    • GLE-E-35. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Roles of the Citizen: Identify a national issue and describe how good citizenship can help solve the problem (C-1D-E5)

  • LA.E-E. Content Standard: Economics

    Interdependence and Decision Making: Students develop an understanding of fundamental economic concepts as they apply to the interdependence and decision making of individuals, households, businesses, and governments in the United States and the world.

    • E-1A-E1. Benchmark / Gle: Fundamental Economic Concepts

      recognizing that limited resources require people to make decisions. (1, 2, 4)

    • E-1A-E2. Benchmark / Gle: Fundamental Economic Concepts

      identifying what is gained and lost when individuals or groups make decisions. (1, 3, 4, 5)

    • E-1A-E3. Benchmark / Gle: Fundamental Economic Concepts

      demonstrating how economic wants affect decisions about using goods and services. (1, 2, 4)

    • E-1A-E4. Benchmark / Gle: Fundamental Economic Concepts

      discussing and determining the process for making economic decisions;

    • E-1A-E5. Benchmark / Gle: Fundamental Economic Concepts

      explaining the relationships among producers and consumers. (1, 4)

    • E-1A-E6. Benchmark / Gle: Fundamental Economic Concepts

      describing how natural resources, human resources, and capital (human-made) resources have been used and are combined in the production of goods and services. (1, 3, 4)

    • E-1A-E7. Benchmark / Gle: Fundamental Economic Concepts

      describing how specialization affects productivity and contributes to the need for interdependence among producers and consumers. (1, 4)

    • E-1A-E8. Benchmark / Gle: Fundamental Economic Concepts

      determining how the development of skills and knowledge relates to career opportunity and economic well-being. (1, 4, 5)

    • E-1A-E9. Benchmark / Gle: Fundamental Economic Concepts

      identifying different methods for the distribution of goods and services, including the concept of markets. (1, 4, 5)

    • E-1A-E10. Benchmark / Gle: Fundamental Economic Concepts

      identifying some of the economic institutions, such as households and banks, that make up the economy. (1, 4)

    • E-1A-E11. Benchmark / Gle: Fundamental Economic Concepts

      explaining and demonstrating why people participate in voluntary exchanges and how money helps in the process. (1, 2, 4, 5)

    • E-1B-E1. Benchmark / Gle: Individuals, Households, Businesses, and Governments

      describing how prices are determined by the interactions of buyers and sellers. (1, 3, 4)

    • E-1B-E2. Benchmark / Gle: Individuals, Households, Businesses, and Governments

      explaining how the changes in prices affect incentives to produce, consume, and save. (1, 3, 4)

    • E-1B-E3. Benchmark / Gle: Individuals, Households, Businesses, and Governments

      identifying and explaining economic concepts, such as profit as an incentive for people to take economic risk. (1, 2, 4)

    • E-1B-E4. Benchmark / Gle: Individuals, Households, Businesses, and Governments

      explaining why some goods and services are provided by the government through taxing, charging user fees, and borrowing. (1, 3, 4, 5)

    • E-1B-E5. Benchmark / Gle: Individuals, Households, Businesses, and Governments

      identifying the major goods and services produced in the local community and state. (1, 3, 5)

    • GLE-E-36. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Fundamental Economic Concepts: Demonstrate that limited resources necessitate choices and decisions (E-1A-E1)

    • GLE-E-37. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Fundamental Economic Concepts: Explain the factors, including trade-offs, involved in a choice or decision (e.g., discuss the choices and decisions involved in developing a personal budget) (E-1A-E4)

    • GLE-E-38. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Fundamental Economic Concepts: Identify the four basic questions all producers must answer (i.e., What will be produced? How will it be produced? For whom will it be produced? How much will be produced?) (E-1A-E5)

    • GLE-E-39. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Fundamental Economic Concepts: Describe the combination of natural, human, and capital resources needed to produce a given good (e.g., a candy bar) or given service (e.g., recycling paper) (E-1A-E6)

    • GLE-E-40. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Fundamental Economic Concepts: Define some effects of division of labor and specialization in a given context, such as a simple assembly line (e.g., greater labor productivity/output per hour) (E-1A-E7)

    • GLE-E-41. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Fundamental Economic Concepts: Describe the benefits of increasing one's skill/knowledge and various ways to do so (E-1A-E8)

    • GLE-E-42. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Fundamental Economic Concepts: Describe the basic concept of a market (e.g., exchange of goods/services between buyers and sellers) and identify ways of transporting goods (E-1A-E9)

    • GLE-E-43. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Fundamental Economic Concepts: Identify the roles of banks, governments, businesses, and households in the economy (E-1A-E10)

    • GLE-E-44. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Fundamental Economic Concepts: Identify the relationship between money, writing checks, and credit cards (E-1A-E11)

    • GLE-E-45. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Fundamental Economic Concepts: Explain why people engage in voluntary exchange/barter/direct trading (E-1A-E11)

    • GLE-E-46. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Individuals, Households, Businesses, and Governments: Describe how supply and demand affect the price of a good or service in a given situation (E-1B-E1)

    • GLE-E-47. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Individuals, Households, Businesses, and Governments: Explain how a rise or fall in prices affects personal, family, and government budgets (E-1B-E2)

    • GLE-E-48. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Individuals, Households, Businesses, and Governments: Identify the terms profit and risk and give examples of risk that businesses take to make a profit (E-1B-E3)

    • GLE-E-49. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Individuals, Households, Businesses, and Governments: Define tax and explain how government pays for goods and services through taxes and fees (E-1B-E4)

  • LA.H-E. Content Standard: History

    Time, Continuity, and Change: Students develop a sense of historical time and historical perspective as they study the history of their community, state, nation, and world.

    • H-1A-E1. Benchmark / Gle: Historical Thinking Skills

      demonstrating an understanding of the concepts of time and chronology. (1, 3, 4)

    • H-1A-E2. Benchmark / Gle: Historical Thinking Skills

      recognizing that people in different times and places view the world differently. (1, 3, 4)

    • H-1A-E3. Benchmark / Gle: Historical Thinking Skills

      identifying and using primary and secondary historical sources to learn about the past. (1, 3, 4)

    • H-1B-E1. Benchmark / Gle: Families and Communities

      describing and comparing family life in the present and the past. (1, 2, 3, 4)

    • H-1B-E2. Benchmark / Gle: Families and Communities

      relating the history of the local community and comparing it to other communities of long ago. (1, 2, 3, 4)

    • H-1C-E1. Benchmark / Gle: Louisiana and United States History

      describing the people, events, and ideas that were significant to the growth and development of our state and nation. (1, 3, 4)

    • H-1C-E2. Benchmark / Gle: Louisiana and United States History

      identifying the development of democratic principles and discussing how these principles have been exemplified by historic figures, events, and symbols. (1, 3, 4, 5)

    • H-1C-E3. Benchmark / Gle: Louisiana and United States History

      describing the causes and nature of various movements of large groups of people into and within Louisiana and the United States throughout history. (1, 3, 4)

    • H-1C-E4. Benchmark / Gle: Louisiana and United States History

      recognizing how folklore and other cultural elements have contributed to our local, state, and national heritage. (1, 3, 4)

    • H-1D-E1. Benchmark / Gle: World History

      identifying the characteristics and historical development of selected societies throughout the world. (1, 3, 4)

    • H-1D-E2. Benchmark / Gle: World History

      describing the social and economic impact of major scientific and technological advancements. (1, 3, 4)

    • H-1D-E3. Benchmark / Gle: World History

      discussing the impact of significant contributions made by historic figures from different regions of the world. (1, 3, 4)

    • GLE-E-50. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Historical Thinking Skills: Interpret data presented in a timeline or construct a historical timeline (e.g., events in history, historical figure's life and accomplishments) (H-1A-E1)

    • GLE-E-51. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Historical Thinking Skills: Compare how a person today might view an issue or event differently from a person living in an earlier time (H-1A-E2)

    • GLE-E-52. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Historical Thinking Skills: Describe the point of view of an historical figure or group, drawing on given stimulus material (e.g., views expressed in the 'I Have a Dream' speech) (H-1A-E2)

    • GLE-E-53. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Historical Thinking Skills: Interpret historical information in a map, table, or graph (H-1A-E3)

    • GLE-E-54. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Historical Thinking Skills: Compare and contrast primary and secondary sources (H-1A-E3)

    • GLE-E-55. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Families and Communities: Describe beliefs, customs, and traditions of family life in the past and present (H-1B-E1)

    • GLE-E-56. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Louisiana and United States History: Identify and describe major early explorers and explorations in North America (H-1C-E1)

    • GLE-E-57. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Louisiana and United States History: Identify leaders and their influence in the early development of America (H-1C-E1)

    • GLE-E-58. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Louisiana and United States History: Describe the importance of events and ideas significant to our nation's development (H-1C-E1)

    • GLE-E-59. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Louisiana and United States History: Identify a document/speech/address significant to the development of the nation from an excerpt (e.g., Preamble to the U.S. Constitution), and identify the author/speaker of a particular document/speech/address (H-1C-E1)

    • GLE-E-60. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Louisiana and United States History: Describe American democratic principles as exemplified by major historic events, groups of people, and leaders (e.g., American Revolution, Civil War, Civil Rights Movement) (H-1C-E2)

    • GLE-E-61. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Louisiana and United States History: Identify the causes and effects of the major historical (voluntary and involuntary) migrations to and within America (H-1C-E3) (G-1C-E3)

    • GLE-E-62. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      Louisiana and United States History: Identify and explain cultural elements that have contributed to our national heritage (H-1C-E4)

    • GLE-E-63. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      World History: Identify how dance, music, and arts of various cultures around the world reflect the history, daily life, and beliefs of the people (H-1D-E1)

    • GLE-E-64. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      World History: Identify significant historical achievements of various cultures of the world (e.g., building of the pyramids, founding of the Olympics) (H-1D-E1)

    • GLE-E-65. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      World History: Identify and describe inventions that have affected people's lives or altered their view of the world (H-1D-E2)

    • GLE-E-66. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      World History: Identify the chronological order of major scientific or technological advancements (H-1D-E2)

    • GLE-E-67. Benchmark / Gle: Grade Level Expectation

      World History: Identify important historic figures from around the world and explain the impact of their contributions (e.g., Galileo, Madame Curie, Guttenberg) (H-1D-E3)

 
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