Reference codes for the hs outcomes framework

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Reference Codes for the HS Outcomes Framework Alignment Reference Codes for the Infant / Toddler Developmental Guidelines Alignment: ATL – Approaches to Learning CAE – Creative Arts Expression ELD – English Language Development LD – Language Development LKS – Literacy Knowledge & Skills LR- Logic & Reasoning MKS – Mathematics Knowledge & Skills PDH – Physical Development & Health SED – Social & Emotional Development SKS - Science Knowledge & Skills SSKS – Social Studies Knowledge & Skills ATL – Approaches to Learning CD – Cognitive Development LDC – Language Development and Communication PMD – Physical and Motor Development SED – Social and Emotional Development Reference Codes for Kindergarten Social Studies Standards AH - American History CG - Civics/Government E - Economics G - Geography WH - World History
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Arizona Early Learning Standards – May 2013 Social Studies Standard | P a g e STRAND 1: FAMILY INFANT & TODDLER GUIDELINES AZ EARLY LEARNING STANDARD HEAD START CHILD OUTCOME AZ KINDERGARTEN STANDARD Understands Family Self, Family & Community Engages in behaviors that build relationships with familiar adults. (SED) a. Views self as a member of the family unit. Identifies personal and family structure. Shows a preference for familiar adults. (SED) Recognizes familiar people, places and things. (CD) b. Identifies family members; e.g., mother, father, sister, brother, grandparents, cousins, etc. c. Describes/discusses own family’s cultural or family traditions. d. Identifies similarities and differences in their family composition and the families of others. Develops awareness of self as separate from others. (SED) e. Develops an awareness of their personal & family history. Expresses feelings and emotions through facial expressions, sounds, or gestures. (SED) Expresses physical needs verbally and non-verbally. (PMD) Responds when physical needs are met. (PMD) f. Shows knowledge of family members’ roles and responsibilities in the home. Give examples of work activities that people do at home. (E)
Arizona Early Learning Standards – May 2013 Social Studies Standard | P a g e STRAND 2: COMMUNITY INFANT & TODDLER GUIDELINES AZ EARLY LEARNING STANDARD HEAD START CHILD OUTCOME AZ KINDERGARTEN STANDARD Understands Community Self, Family & Community Seeks to find comfort in new situations. (SED) Listens with interest to language of others. (LDC) Shows ability to acquire and process new information. (CD) a. Recognizes that places where people live are made up of individuals from different cultures and who speak different languages. Recognize that Native Americans are the original inhabitants of North America. (AH) Recognize that groups of people in early civilizations (e.g., people of the Americas, Europeans, Asians, Africans) moved from place to place to hunt and gather food. (WH) Recognize through images how people live differently in other places and times.

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