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I.A

Self Concept Skills

PK3.I.A
Self Concept Skills
PK3.I.A.1

Child is building competence in controlling own body movements. 

I.A.1

Child is building competence in controlling own body movements. 

PK3.I.A.2

Child can identify own physical attributes and indicate some likes and dislikes when prompted.

I.A.2

Child can identify own physical attributes and indicate some likes and dislikes when prompted.

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Child begins to show awareness of own abilities.

I.A.3

Child begins to show awareness of own abilities.

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Child shows initiative in trying new activities but may not persist when obstacles or challenges arise.

I.A.4

Child shows initiative in trying new activities but may not persist when obstacles or challenges arise.

PK3.I.B

Self Regulation

I.B

Self Regulation

PK3.I.B.1

Behavior Control - Child follows simple rules and routines when assisted by adults.

I.B.1

Behavior Control - Child follows simple rules and routines when assisted by adults.

I.B.2

Behavior Control - Child takes care of and manages classroom materials with adult  assistance.

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Behavior Control - Child takes care of and manages classroom materials with adult  assistance.

I.B.3

Behavior Control - Child manages own behavior with adult guidance and assistance.

PK3.I.B.3

Behavior Control - Child manages own behavior with adult guidance and assistance.

PK3.I.B.4

Emotional Control - Child recognizes and expresses a range of emotions.

I.B.4

Emotional Control - Child recognizes and expresses a range of emotions.

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Emotional Control - Child is familiar with basic feeling words (e.g., happy, sad, mad, scared).

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Emotional Control - Child is familiar with basic feeling words (e.g., happy, sad, mad, scared).

SS.ECO-FE.1
Economics. The student understands the concepts of scarcity and opportunity costs. The student is expected to:
PK3.I.B.6

Emotional Control - Child manages intensity of emotions with adult assistance.

SS.6.1
History. The student understands that historical events influence contemporary events. The student is expected to:
I.B.6

Emotional Control - Child manages intensity of emotions with adult assistance.

I.B.7

Control of Attention - Child focuses attention on one task at a time but may not stay with it to completion.

PK3.I.B.7

Control of Attention - Child focuses attention on one task at a time but may not stay with it to completion.

SS.K.1
History. The student understands that holidays are celebrations of special events. The student is expected to:
SS.6.1.A
trace characteristics of various contemporary societies in regions that resulted from historical events or factors such as colonization, immigration, and trade; and
Effects of Colonization  icon Effects of Colonization
Lesson Study ID: TXLSR7.010 Grade Range: 6 Subject: Social Studies
Students analyze an interactive map and discuss whether those that colonized Latin America made a positive or a negative impact.
SS.ECO-FE.1.A
explain why scarcity and choice are basic economic problems faced by every society;
SS.ECO-FE.1.B
describe how societies answer the basic economic questions: what to produce, how to produce, and for whom to produce;
I.B.8

Control of Attention - Child remains focused on engaging, teacher-led group activities for   up to 10–15 minutes at a time.

PK3.I.B.8

Control of Attention - Child remains focused on engaging, teacher-led group activities for   up to 10–15 minutes at a time.

SS.MAS.1
History. The student understands historical points of reference in Mexican American history. The student is expected to apply absolute and relative chronology through the sequencing of significant individuals, events, and time periods.
SS.K.1.A

explain the reasons for national patriotic holidays such as Presidents' Day, Veterans Day, and Independence Day; and

SS.6.1.B
analyze the historical background of various contemporary societies to evaluate relationships between past conflicts and current conditions.
I.C

Relationships with Others

SS.ECO-FE.1.C
describe the economic factors of production: land, labor, capital, and entrepreneurship; and
PK3.I.C
Relationships with Others
SS.MAS.2
History. The student understands developments related to pre-colonial settlements and Spanish colonization of Mesoamerica and North America. The student is expected to:
SS.K.1.B
identify customs associated with national patriotic holidays such as parades and fireworks on Independence Day.
SS.6.2
History. The student understands the influences of individuals and groups from various cultures on various historical and contemporary societies. The student is expected to:
M.K.1

Mathematical process standards. The student uses mathematical processes to acquire and demonstrate mathematical understanding. The student is expected to:

SS.ECO-FE.1.D
interpret a production-possibilities curve and apply the concepts of opportunity costs and scarcity.
I.C.1

Child forms positive relationships with adults and peers.

TA.K.1
Computational thinking--foundations. The student explores the core concepts of computational thinking, a set of problem-solving processes that involve decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction, and algorithms. The student is expected to:
PK3.I.C.1

Child forms positive relationships with adults and peers.

SS.MAS.2.A
explain the significance of the following events as turning points relevant to Mexican American history: Aztec arrival in Mexico's central valley, establishment of the Aztec Empire, Hernán Cortéz's first encounter with the Aztecs, Spanish conquest of the Aztecs, creation of the New Laws, and Jesuit expulsion from the Americas; and
SS.K.2
History. The student understands how historical figures, patriots, and good citizens helped shape the community, state, and nation. The student is expected to: