N.M. Code R. § 6.29.11.9 - ANCHOR STANDARDS AND PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR FIRST GRADE

A. Civics. The student shall demonstrate an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a civic life by explaining and providing examples of how people play important roles in society.
B. Economics and personal financial literacy.
(1) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of incentives and choices by examining choices that families make in purchasing general goods and identifying costs associated with those choices.
(2) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of money and markets by examining decisions people make about spending and saving money.
(3) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of personal financial literacy by:
(a) identifying examples of producers and consumers; and
(b) examining how earning money through work is related to the purchase of goods and services.
C. Geography.
(1) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of geographic representations and reasoning by:
(a) creating geographic representations to identify the location of familiar places and demonstrate how these representations can help us navigate from one place to the next, provide directions, or trace important routes;
(b) identifying the common symbols used on maps for human-made structures and physical features; and
(c) using a variety of maps to locate specific places, and identify major landforms, bodies of water, and other places of significance around the United States.
(2) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of location, place, and region by explaining how human-made structures are all examples of how people modify the physical environment to meet needs and wants.
(3) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of human-environmental interactions and sustainability by explaining how people interact with their physical environment in ways that may have a positive or a negative effect on natural resources.
D. History.
(1) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of historical change, continuity, context, and reconciliation by comparing life in New Mexico in the past to life in New Mexico today.
(2) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of historical thinking by:
(a) comparing fact and opinion in stories and narratives from the past; and
(b) demonstrating chronological thinking by distinguishing among past, present, and future using family, school, or community events.
(3) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of critical consciousness and perspectives by examining and identifying cultural differences within their community.
E. Ethnic, cultural, and identity studies.
(1) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of diversity and identity by:
(a) explaining how groups of people believe different things and live in unique ways; and
(b) explaining how student and individual identities are part of what makes each person unique and special.
(2) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of identity in history by investigating significant events, people, and observances in history, and discussing their effects on local and national communities.
(3) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of community equity building by investigating how people work together to accomplish a common task, and how working together benefits and challenges people.
F. Inquiry.
(1) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of constructing compelling and supporting questions by:
(a) recognizing a compelling question; and
(b) generating supporting questions related to compelling questions within a variety of social studies topics.
(2) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of gathering and evaluating sources by interacting with a variety of primary and secondary sources.
(3) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of communicating and critiquing conclusions by constructing responses to compelling questions using examples.
(4) The student shall demonstrate an understanding of taking informed action by:
(a) taking group or individual action to help address local, regional, or global problems or issues; and
(b) using deliberative and democratic procedures to make decisions about, and act on, civic problems or issues in their classrooms.

Notes

N.M. Code R. § 6.29.11.9
6.29.11.9 NMAC - Rp, 6.30.2.16 NMAC, 6-30-2009, Adopted by New Mexico Register, Volume XXXIII, Issue 04, February 22, 2022, eff. 2/22/2022

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