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Social Studies, Samhällskunskap (Years 4-6 English)

Skapad 2019-08-15 14:29 i Rödabergsskolan Stockholm Grundskolor
Grundskola 4 – 6
Level E
Godtagsbara- Acceptable
Level C
Mycket godtagsbara- Exceeds expectations
Level A
Mycket godtagsbara- Exceeds Expectations
Structure of Society
Students have basic knowledge about different societal structures.
Students have good knowledge about different societal structures.
Students have very good knowledge about different societal structures.
Investigating Societal Structure
The student demonstrates this by examining how social, media, judicial, economic and political structures in society are structured and function and describe simple connections within different social structures.
The student demonstrates this by examining how social, media, judicial, economic and political structures in society are structured and function and describe slight more complex connections within different social structures.
The student demonstrates this by examining how social, media, judicial, economic and political structures in society are structured and function and describe complex connections within different social structures..
Key Terms/Concepts
In descriptions of key terms, the student can use concepts in a mainly functioning way.
In descriptions of key terms, the student can use concepts in a fairly well functioning way.
In descriptions of key terms, the student can use concepts in a well functioning way.
Affecting Decisions
The student can, based on any given example, give simple arguments, partly about how individuals and groups can influence decisions at different levels, and partly about conditions that limit people's opportunities to influence decisions.
The student can, based on any given example, give developed arguments, partly about how individuals and groups can influence decisions at different levels, and partly about conditions that limit people's opportunities to influence decisions.
The student can, based on any given example, give well developed arguments, partly about how individuals and groups can influence decisions at different levels, and partly about conditions that limit people's opportunities to influence decisions.
Investigating Societal Questions
The student can investigate societal questions in familiar areas and describe in a simple way their relations with some reasoning.
The student can investigate societal questions in familiar areas and describe in a developed way their relations with developing reasoning.
The student can investigate societal questions in familiar areas and describe in a well developed way their relations with well developed reasoning.
Analyse and Express Viewpoints
The student values ​​and expresses different positions in student-related social issues with simple reasoning and to some extent developed arguments.
The student values ​​and expresses different positions in student-related social issues with developed reasoning and to some extent well developed arguments.
The student values ​​and expresses different positions in student-related social issues with well developed reasoning and well developed arguments.
Human/Childrens' Rights
The student describes the meaning of human rights and the rights of the child and gives examples of what the rights can mean to children in different parts of the world.
The student describes the meaning of human rights and the rights of the child and gives examples of what the rights can mean to children in different parts of the world.
The student describes the meaning of human rights and the rights of the child and gives examples of what the rights can mean to children in different parts of the world.
Democracy
The student has basic knowledge of what democracy is and how democratic processes work. They show this by conducting simple arguments about how the democratic values and principles connect to decisions made in student-friendly contexts.
The student has good knowledge of what democracy is and how democratic processes work. They show this by conducting developed arguments about how the democratic values and principles connect to decisions made in student-friendly contexts.
The student has very good knowledge of what democracy is and how democratic processes work. They show this by conducting well developed arguments about how the democratic values and principles connect to decisions made in student-friendly contexts.
Information and Sources
Students can search for information about society and use different sources in a basically functionally way and can basically comment on the sources' usefulness.
Students can search for information about society and use different sources in a well functioning way and can comment on the sources' usefulness with some development.
Students can search for information about society and use different sources in a well developed way and can comment on the sources' usefulness with good developments.
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