Note: The Iowa Core Essential Elements are intended only for students with significant cognitive disabilities and who participate in alternate assessments.
Alternate Inquiry Anchor Standard
EE.SS.K.1. With guidance and support, recognize a question about a familiar topic.
Constructing Supporting Questions
Communicating and Critiquing Conclusions
Taking Informed Action
EE.SS.K.4. With guidance and support, identify a civic problem in their classroom.
Alternate Content Anchor Standard
Recognize the Interaction Between the Individual and Various Groups
EE.SS.K.6. With guidance and support, identify one role within the student's family, school, or community.
Examine Factors that Led to Continuity and Change on Human Development and Behavior
EE.SS.K.7. With guidance and support identify one way in which students are alike and different within one social category.
Interpret Processes, Rules and Laws
EE.SS.K.8. With guidance and support, identify one way in which people work together to make a decision.
EE.SS.K.9. With guidance and support, identify one school rule and one community rule.
Engage in Economic Decision Making
Analyze Credit and Debt Levels
EE.SS.K.11. With guidance and support identify the difference between buying and borrowing.
Create a Saving and Spending Plan
Create Geographic Representations
EE.SS.K.13. Identify maps, globes or other simple geographic models.
Evaluate Human Environment Interaction
EE.SS.K.14. Identify environmental characteristics in Iowa.
Analyze Human Population Movement and Patterns
EE.SS.K.15. With guidance and support, identify reasons why people move from place to place.
Analyze Change, Continuity, and Context
EE.SS.K.16. With guidance and support, identify a past and a present event.
EE.SS.K.17. With guidance and support categorize events/items according to when they existed in the past or the present.
Critique Historical Sources and Evidence
EE.SS.K.18. With guidance and support, identify the creator of a document.
EE.SS.K.19. With guidance and support, identify how where you live in Iowa is different than another part of the state.