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1 May 10, 2007 Social Studies K-12 Content Expectations Information and Survey

2 Social Studies Content Expectations A description of what students should know and be able to do in Social Studies in preparation for responsible citizenship, successful post-secondary education, and the workplace.

3 Social Studies Content Expectations Provide the plan for curriculum and assessment development that represents rigorous and relevant learning for ALL students.

4 Social Studies Content Expectations  Revise and extend the current Michigan Curriculum Framework Standards and Benchmarks  Selected expectations will become the basis for the MEAP and Michigan Merit Exam

5  Build on and extend –The Michigan Curriculum Framework –The State Board’s Policy on Learning Expectations (2002) –Recommendations of the Cherry Commission, the Social Studies Task Force, previous Social Studies Content Expectation’s Group and national reviews  Aligned with –National standards, NAEP Frameworks, exemplary state standards –College Readiness recommendations by College Board, ACT, and the Understanding University Success report Social Studies Content Expectations

6  Apply knowledge in new situations  Solve problems by generating new ideas  Make connections between what they read, hear, and learn in class and the world around them  Make connections to the future  Develop leadership qualities Social Studies Content Expectations Rigor and Relevance are characterized by students being able to:

7 Stan Masters, Lenawee ISD, Chair P. Kathryn Russell, Marquette Schools Cindy Bloom, Comstock Public Schools William Weir, Detroit Public Schools Michael Federspiel, Midland Public Schools Rebecca Bush, Ionia ISD Kelly Gaideski, Berrien County ISD K-8 Social Studies Work Group

8  Bob Bain, University of Michigan, Chair  Craig Benjamin, Grand Valley State University  Jeffrey Bernstein, Eastern Michigan University  Jessica Cotter, Holt Public Schools  John Davidek, Flint Public Schools  David Dieterle, Michigan Council for Economic Education  Hal Friedman, Henry Ford Community College  Vivian Johnston, Bloomfield Hills Schools  Marc W. Kruman, Wayne State University  Russ Olwell, Eastern Michigan University  Pam Sayre, Henry Ford Community College  Joseph P. Stoltman, Western Michigan University  Bill Strickland, East Grand Rapids Schools High School Social Studies Work Group

9 Support from UM Graduate Students  Drew Ciancia  Brett Levy  Lauren McArthur  Tamara Shreiner High School Social Studies Work Group

10 Representatives from the following:  Michigan Council for Social Studies  Michigan Supervisors of Social Studies Association  Michigan Geographic Alliance  Michigan Council for Economics  Council on Civics Education  Michigan Council for History Education  Community Leaders External Review Group

11 Components for Social Studies Proficiency Learning in the context of: Disciplinary Knowledge Thinking Skills Democratic Values Citizen Participation Leadership Skills

12 K-4 Social Studies Expectations  History  Geography  Civics and Government  Economics  Social Studies Processes and Skills –Reading and Communication –Inquiry, Research and Analysis –Public Discourse and Decision Making –Citizen Involvement Organized by strand and standard

13 Social Studies Expectations Grade 5  Era 1 Beginnings to 1620  Era 2 Colonization and Settlement  Era 3 The New Nation Grade 8  Era 3 The New Nation  Era 4 Expansion and Reform  Era 5 Civil War and Reconstruction Integrated Study of United States History

14 6 & 7 Social Studies Expectations Grade 6 Western Hemisphere Studies  Canada  United States  Mexico  Central America  South America  Caribbean Organized by region and standard Grade 7 Eastern Hemisphere Studies  Africa  Asia  Europe  Russia  Australia/New Zealand  Small Island Countries  Antarctica

15 Social Studies Expectations Grades 5 and 8  Eras 1-5 (Foundations for High School) High School  Era 6 United States Development  Era 7 Great Depression and WWII  Era 8 Postwar United States  Era 9 United States to Present 1980-present United States History and Geography

16 Social Studies Expectations Elementary and Middle School  Era 1-4 Foundations, Prior to 1000 C.E./A.D. High School  Era 5 Hemispheric Interactions,  Era 6 The First Global Age, 15 th - 18 th Centuries  Era 7 Global Revolutions, 18 th Century  Era 8 Global Crisis and Achievement,  Era 9 Global Promises and Paradoxes, 1945-present World History and Geography

17 Social Studies Expectations Civics Foundations in Elementary and Middle School  C1 Conceptual Foundations  C2 Origins and Foundations of U.S. Government  C3 Functioning of U.S. Government  C4 The United States in World Affairs  C5 Idea of Citizenship in the United States  C6 Citizenship in Action  C7 Civic Inquiry and Public Discourse Civics

18 Social Studies Expectations Economics Foundations in Elementary and Middle School  E1 Businesses Choices and Economic Organizations  E2 Role of Government  E3 Economic Systems  E4 Trade  E5 Personal Finance (Recommended) Economics

19 Timeline  Presentation of DRAFT to State Board of Education for information, May 8, 2007  Web, Legislative, and Public Review May 10 - June 29, 2007 (Closed for Comment)  National Review, May 10 – July 6, 2007  Request to Superintendent Flanagan for State Board submission, August 14, 2007, pending final approval September 11, 2007

20 CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION The same criteria used to develop the K-12 Social Studies Expectations were the basis for the survey.  RIGOR – appropriate level of intellectual demand  CLARITY – clearly written, logical, easy-to-use  SPECIFICITY – specific enough to convey performance level  FOCUS – emphasize most important content  PROGRESSION – knowledge and skills build on previous learning and prepare students for subsequent learning  COHERENCE – convey unified vision of social studies  The following slides contain the Expectations for your review

21 To view/print a copy of the K-8 Expectations, click here. To print a copy of the K-8 Survey, click on this link. Paper Copy To take the K-8 Grade Span survey, click here. K - 8 Survey K-8 Grade Span Survey

22 To view/print a copy of the High School Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the High School Survey, click on this link: Paper CopyPaper Copy To take the High School (9-12) Grade Span Survey, click here: Survey High School Survey Social Studies HSCE

23 To view/print a copy of the K-5 Expectations, click here: To print copy of the K-5 Grade Span Survey, click on this link: Paper CopyPaper Copy To take the K-5 Grade Span Survey click here: K-5 Survey K-5 Grade Span Survey

24 To view/print a copy of the 6-8 Social Studies Expectations, click here: To print copy of the 6-8 Grade Span Survey, click on this link: Paper Copy To take the 6-8 Grade Span Survey, click here: 6-8 Survey 6-8 Grade Span Survey

25 To view/print a copy of the High School Expectations, click here: To view/print a copy of the 6-8 Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the 6-12 Grade Span Survey, click on this link: Paper Copy To take the 6-12 Grade Span Survey, click here: Survey Six - High School (6-12) Survey Social Studies HSCE 6-8 SS

26 To view/print a copy of the High School Expectations, click here: To view/print a copy of the K-8 Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the K-12 Grade Span Survey, click on this link: Paper Copy To take the K-12 Grade Span Survey, click here: K - 12 Survey K- 12 Survey Social Studies HSCE K-8 SS

27 To view/print a copy of the Kindergarten Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the Kindergarten Survey, click on this link: Paper Copy To take the Kindergarten Survey, click here: Kindergarten Survey Kindergarten

28 To view/print a copy of the First Grade Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the First Grade Survey, click on this link: Paper Copy To take the First Grade Survey, click here: First Grade Survey First Grade

29 To view/print a copy of the Second Grade Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the Second Grade Survey, click on this link: Paper Copy To take the Second Grade Survey, click here: Second Grade Survey Second Grade

30 To view/print a copy of the Third Grade Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the Third Grade Survey, click on this link: Paper Copy To take the Third Grade Survey, click here: Second Grade Survey Third Grade Survey Third Grade

31 To view/print a copy of the Fourth Grade Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the Fourth Grade Survey, click on this link: Paper CopyPaper Copy To take the Fourth Grade Survey, click here: Fourth Grade Survey Fourth Grade

32 To view/print a copy of the Fifth Grade Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the Fifth Grade Survey, click on this link: Paper CopyPaper Copy To take the Fifth Grade Survey, click here: Fifth Grade Survey Fifth Grade

33 To view/print a copy of the Sixth Grade Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the Sixth Grade Survey, click on this link: Paper CopyPaper Copy To take the Sixth Grade Survey, click here: Sixth Grade Survey Sixth Grade

34 To view/print a copy of the Seventh Grade Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the Seventh Grade Survey, click on this link: Paper CopyPaper Copy To take the Seventh Grade Survey, click here: Seventh Grade Survey Seventh Grade

35 To view/print a copy of the Eighth Grade Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the Eighth Grade Survey, click on this link: Paper CopyPaper Copy To take the Eighth Grade Survey, click here: Eighth Grade Survey Eighth Grade

36 To view/print a copy of the WHG Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the HS WHG Survey, click on this link: Paper CopyPaper Copy To take the HS World History and Geography Survey, click here: HS WHG Survey High School World History and Geography (WHG) World History and Geography (WHG)

37 To view/print a copy of the USHG Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the HS USHG Survey, click on this link: Paper CopyPaper Copy To take the HS United States History and Geography Survey, click here: HS USHG Survey High School United States History and Geography (USHG) U.S. History and Geography (USHG)

38 To view/print a copy of the Civics Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the HS Civics Survey, click on this link: Paper CopyPaper Copy To take the HS Civics Survey, click here: HS Civics Survey High School Civics Civics

39 To view/print a copy of the Economics Expectations, click here: To print a copy of the HS Economics Survey, click on this link: Paper CopyPaper Copy To take the HS Economics Survey, click here: HS Economics Survey High School Economics Economics

40 Contact Information  Susan Codere Kelly, Project Coordinator Office of School Improvement  Betty Underwood, Assistant Director Office of School Improvement


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