Home Lesson Plans Activities Field Trips Standards 01 How Humans Think While Understanding the Natural World - Science as Inquiry02 What we Know Today About the World Around Us - Historical Perspectives01 Doing Scientific Inquiry02 Living the Values of Inquiry03 Using Unifying Concepts and Themes04 Doing Safety05 Relating the Nature of Technology to Science01 Understanding Inquiry & Character of Knowledge02 Interdependence of Science Technology & Society03 MALAMA I KA AINA: Sustainability04 Unity & Diversity05 Interdependence of Organisms06 Cycle of Matter and Energy Flow07 Biological Evolution08 Heredity09 Cells, Tissues, and Organs10 Human Development11 Wellness12 Learning and Human Behavior13 Nature of Matter14 Energy, Its Transformation and Matter15 Forces, Motion, Sound and Light16 Universe17 Forces of the universe18 Earth in the Solar System19 Forces that Shape the Earth
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National Standards:Science in Personal and Social Perspectives K-4
National Standards:Science in Personal and Social Perspectives 5-8

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In other words, a person's innate ability, inherited disposition, culture and experiences influence human behavior.

For example, changing one's behavior due to cultural experience can be described like this: Upon entering a home in Hawaii a visitor is asked to remove his/her footwear. On the next visit, the visitor automatically removes his/her footwear before entering the home.

Domain 2: What We Know About the World Around Us

Understanding Ourselves and the World Around Us

Standard 12: Learning and Human Behavior: Students explain what influences learning and human behavior.

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K-3

LEARNING

Identify factors that affect learning such as different interests, motivation, skills, and talents.

Explain how people can learn from each other by telling and listening, showing and watching, and imitating what others do.

BEHAVIOR

Explain how people are grouped by common behavior such as culture an learning style.

Explain how different families, classrooms, and societies have different roles and patterns of behavior for their members.

4-5

LEARNING

Express that learning means using what one already knows to make sense out of new experiences or information, not just storing new information in one's head.

Explain and demonstrate how repetition and practise can make a skill automatic, such as riding a bike.

BEHAVIOR

Identify situations where members of a group and even people in a crowd sometimes do and say things that they would not say on their own.

Compare human behavior in the various cultural groups during different time periods and give examples of some behaviors that are unacceptable in almost all cultures, past and present.

K-4 National Standards: Science in Personal and Social Perspectives

Students should develop understanding of

  • Personal health
  • Characteristics and changes in populations
  • Types of resources
  • Changes in environments
  • Science and technology in local challenges

5-8 National Standards: Science in Personal and Social Perspectives

Students should develop understanding of

  • Personal health
  • Populations, resources, and environments
  • Natural hazards
  • Risks and benefits
  • Science and technology in society
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Kindergarden

The Student:

LEARNING

1. No indicator for this grade level.

2. Describes how people learn from others.

BEHAVIOR

1. Celebrates occations like Girl's Day, Boy's day, St. Patrick's Day, Christmas, or Thanksgiving.

2. Talks about the different roles played by different family members.

Grade 1

The Student:

LEARNING

1. Describes how you know that you are learning.

2. Tells how people can learn from each other by telling and listening, showing and watching, and imitating what others do.

BEHAVIOR

1. Describes how people are grouped.

2. Describes how different groups have different roles and behaviors for their members.

Grade 2

The Student:

LEARNING

1. Identifies the conditions that promote learning.

2. Describes how people can learn from each other by telling and listening, showing and watching, and imitating what others do.

BEHAVIOR

1. Describes how people are grouped.

2. Describes how different groups have different roles and behaviors for their members.

Grade 3

The Student:

LEARNING

1. Identifies factors that affect learning such as different interests, motivation, skills and talents.

2. Explains how people can learn from each other by telling and listening, showing and watching, and imitating what others do.

BEHAVIOR

1. Explains how people are grouped by common behavior such as culture and learning style.

2. Explains how different families, classrooms, and socienties have differnt roles an patterns of behavior for their members.

Grade 4

The Student:

LEARNING

1. Gives an example of how memory of past experiences help make judgements about new situations.

2. Explains how repetition and practice can make a skill automatic.

BEHAVIOR

1. Describes or demonstrates how people may act differently when they are part of a crowd.

2. Gives examples of behaviors that may be unacceptable in almost all cultures.

Grade 5

The Student:

LEARNING

1. Expresses that learning means using what one already knows to make sense out of new experiences or information in one's head.

2. Explains and demonstrates how repetition and practice can make a skill automatic, such as riding a bike.

BEHAVIOR

1. Identifies situations where members of a group and even people in a crowd sometimes do and say things that they would not do or say on their own.

2. Compare human behavior in the various cultural groups during different time periods and give examples of some behaviors that are unacceptable in almost all cultures, past and present.