Describe the diversity of traditions, celebrations, or stories of individuals in the classroom and school.
Discuss cultural diversity in the family and classroom, including exploration of similarities and differences.
Assess ways in which relationships help to meet human needs.
Relate family events and stories of the recent or distant past to the student's place in present day family life.
Describe kinship patterns of the past and present and describe according to traditional teachings (e.g., Medicine Wheel teachings).
Demonstrate awareness of humans' reliance on the natural environment to meet needs, and how location affects families in meeting needs and wants.
Recognize globes and maps as representations of the surface of the Earth, and distinguish land and water masses on globes and maps.
Identify and represent the orientation in space (where) and time (when) of significant places and events in the lives of students.
Analyze actions and practices in the family, classroom, and on the playground that support peace and harmony, including rules and decision-making processes.
Analyze the causes of disharmony and ways of returning to harmony.
Describe the influence of physical, spiritual, emotional, and intellectual needs and wants on personal well-being.
Discuss ways in which work may be managed and distributed in families, schools, and groups.