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Below you will find a series of activities (including articles/chapters to read, video clips to watch, images to analyze, questions to consider, and possibly more). At the end of the lesson, you will complete the associated. Please take time to complete these activities carefully and critically, and make sure to cite/reference the items you viewed below in your assignment answers (be specific).

Part 1: Wrestle with the essential question(s) and respond to it/them in 3-5 sentences.

Part 2: List a SAC that fits within the bounds of this lesson. And briefly explain how you think this SAC is related to this module and what you learned in 3-5 sentences.

Essential Question(s): How do we become better and more informed consumers?

*Don’t forget to make connections to your life/experiences in Part I and in Part II to describe how you would use the SAC and module in your future classroom.

please watch the 2 videos and read the article

https://www.learner.org/series/social-studies-in-action-a-teaching-practices-library-k-12/making-bread-together/

READ

https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/business/batteries/congo-cobalt-mining-for-lithium-ion-battery/

SACs: Subject Area Competencies
History: Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 2: Knowledge of time, continuity, and change
. Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 2.1: Identify and analyze historical events that are related by cause
and effect
. Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 2.2: Analyze the sequential nature of historical events using
timelines.
. Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 2.3: Analyze examples of primary and secondary source
documents for historical perspective.
. Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 2.4: Analyze the impacts of the cultural contributions and
technological developments of Africa; the Americas; Asia, including the Middle
East; and Europe.
. Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 2.5: Identify the significant historical leaders and events that have
influenced Eastern and Western civilizations.
Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 2.6: Determine the causes and consequences of exploration,
settlement, and growth on various cultures.
• Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 2.7: Interpret the ways that individuals and events have influenced
economic, social, and political institutions in the world, nation, or state,
• Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 2.8: Analyze immigration and settlement patterns that have shaped
the history of the United States.
• Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 2.9: Identify how various cultures contributed to the unique social,
cultural, economic, and political features of Florida.
. Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 2.10: Identify the significant contributions of the early and classical
civilizations.
Geography: Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 3: Knowledge of people, places, and environment
. Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 3.1: Identify and apply the six essential elements of geography
(i.c., the world in spatial terms, places and regions, physical systems, human
systems, environment and society, uses of geography), including the specific terms
for each element.
Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 3.2: Analyze and interpret maps and other graphic representations
of physical and human systems.
Scc. 60, Soc. Sci. 3.3: Identify and evaluate tools and technologies (c.g., maps,
globe, GPS, satellite imagery) to acquire, process, and report information from a
spatial perspective.
. Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 3. 4: Interpret statistics that show how places differ in their human
and physical characteristics.
. Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 3.5: Analyze ways in which people adapt to an environment
through the production and use of clothing, food, and shelter.
. Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 3. 6: Determine the ways tools and technological advances affect
the environment,
. Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 3. 7: Identify and analyze physical, cultural, economic, and
political reasons for the movement of people in the world, nation, or state.
• Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 3. 8: Evaluate the impact of transportation and communication
networks contribute to the level of economic development in different regions.
. Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 3.9: Compare and contrast major regions of the world, nation, or
state
Government and Civies: Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 4: Knowledge of government and the
citizen
• Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 4.1: Distinguish between the structure, functions, and purposes of
federal, state, and local government.
. Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 4.2: Compare and contrast the rights and responsibilities of a
citizen in the world, nation, state, and community.
• Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 4.3: Identify and interpret major concepts of the U.S. Constitution
and other historical documents.
. Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 4.4: Compare and contrast the ways the legislative, executive, and
judicial branches share powers and responsibility.
. Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 4.5: Analyze the U.S. electoral system and the election process.
Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 4.6: Identify and analyze the relationships between social,
economic, and political rights and the historical documents that secure these rights
in the United States.
. Sec. 60, Soc. Sci. 4.7: Identify and analyze the processes of the U.S. legal system.
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Economics: Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 5: Knowledge of production, distribution, and
consumption
. Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 5.1: Determine ways that scarcity affects the choices made by
governments and individuals.
. Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 5.2: Compare and contrast the characteristics and importance of
currency.
. Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 5.3: Identify and analyze the role of markets from production
through distribution to consumption.
. Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 5.4: Identify and analyze factors to consider when making
consumer decisions.
Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 5.5: Analyze the economic interdependence between nations (e.g.,
trade, finance, movement of labor).
. Sec. 60. Soc. Sci. 5.6: Identify human, natural, and capital resources and evaluate
how these resources are used in the production of goods and services.
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