Social Studies Worksheets and Study Guides Third Grade. Roles of the Citizens

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Wisconsin Academic Standards

WI.SS.Inq: Social Studies Inquiry Practices and Processes (Inq)
SS.Inq5: Wisconsin students will be civically engaged.
Inq5.a: Civic engagement
SS.Inq5.a.i. Explore opportunities for personal or collaborative civic engagement with community, school, state, tribal, national, and/or global implications.
WI.SS.Geog. Geography (Geog)
SS.Geog2: Wisconsin students will analyze human movement and population patterns.
Geog2.b: Reasons People Move
SS.Geog2.b.5. Investigate push and pull factors of movement in their community, state, country, and world.
WI.SS.PS. Political Science (PS)
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 actions of people and groups that have advanced civil rights for individuals. Identify and describe basic human liberties (i.e., thought, expression, privacy).
PS2.b: Fundamentals of Citizenship
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).
SS.PS3: Wisconsin students will analyze and evaluate the powers and processes of political and civic institutions.
PS3.a: Political Participation
SS.PS3.a.4-5. Investigate reasons why citizens participate in elections. Identify their role in government at the local, state, tribal, and federal levels.
PS3.b: Linkage Institutions
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, community groups, religious institutions).

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