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Criterios de evaluacion

Unit 1: My Planet
1. Correctly use basic topological notions of position and closeness
(between) to orientate themselves in their immediate
surroundings
2. Identify the planets of the Solar System and locate the Earth
and the Moon in it.
3. Explain the basic characteristics of the Earth and its movements,
identifying rotation and revolution and their consequences.
4. Describe the basic characteristics of the Moon, its movements
and the lunar phases and their consequences.
5. Name and identify the layers that make up the Earth.
6. Identify and recognise the cardinal points, develop orientation
habits and basic spatial concepts, explain different ways to
represent the Earth.
7. Obtain specific, significant information about previously defined
events and phenomena, using different sources.
8. Collect specific and relevant information about previously
defined facts ot phenomena using different sources.
9. With guidance, use information and communications technology
to obtain information and learn to express content.
10.
Learn and use strategies for developing responsibility, the
ability to work hard and perseverance with regard to
schoolwork.
11.
Value teamwork, showing attitudes of cooperation and
particpation, accepting differences of opinion and tolerance for
the ideas and contribution of others in conversations and
debates.

Unit 2: A world of landscapes


1. Explain what a landscape is, identify the main features.
2. Explain in simple terms the elements that make up the natural
environment, identifying human activities which destroy it and
show attitudes of defense and respect towards the natural
environment
3. Explain the consequences on the natural environment of
human action, identifying the similarities and differences
between a natural and an urban landscape.

4. Recognise water as a natural element, its characteristics,


properties and processes and its relationship with living things,
analysing what humans use it for.
5. Explain what a protected area is.
6. Develop responsibility, effort and consistency when studying.
7. With guidance, use information and communications
technology to obtain information and learn to express content.
8. Carry out guided activities and simple presentations
individually, in pairs and in groups which include looking for,
selecting and organising geographic, social and historic texts.
demonstrating the ability to work both alone and
collaboratively as part of a team.
9. Value teamwork showing an attitude of cooperation and
responsible participation, accepting differences with respect
and tolerance towards the ideas and suggestions of others
during discussions and debates.

Unit 3: Land, water and air


1. Recognise water as a natural element, its characteristics,
properties and processes, its relationship with all other living
things, analysing how humans use it.
2. Identify and classify rocks and minerals according to their colour
and shape.
3. Know the composition of air and its main characteristics,
understanding that it is a vital element for life and also know
how wind is created.
4. Describe the weather using the senses (cold, humid, dry )
differentiating between them.
5. Identify ways that water is used and how these can cause
environmental damage such as droughts and water pollution.
6. Use Information and Communications technology in a structured
way to obtain information, learn and present Social Science
themes.
7. Develop responsibilty, effort and consistency when studying.

Unit 4: In my village or in your city?


1. Understand the social organisation of their local area
(neighbourhood, locality, municipality)

2. Know the basic functions of various agencies and the


importance of citizen participation.
3. Recognise different cultural events and the most representative
artistic, cultural and historic heritage works of their locality
developing attitudes which contrubute to their value and
conservation.
4. Observe and discriminate what a pedestrian should know
valuing the importance of mobility in daily life.
5. With guidance, use information and communications technology
to obtain information, learn and to express Social Sciences
themes.
6. Respect the variety of human groups and value the importance
of all living together peacefully and with tolerance, on the basis
of shared democratic values and human rights.
7. Participate in social life in an efficient and constructive way
developing strategies to resolve conflicts.
8. Develop an attitude of cooperation and of teamwork, as well as
accepting new roles in an ever changing society.

Unit 5: So many jobs!


1. Describe the jobs of the people around them land identify the
most common jobs matching the name of some professions
with the type of work they do.
2. Explain the differences between raw materials and
manufactured products, identifying how they were made.
3. Recognise the characteristics of mass communication media,
identifying their role in our daily lives.
4. With guidance, use information and communications technology
to obtain information, learn and to express Social Sciences
themes.
5. Carry out guided work and simple presentations individually, in
pairs and in groups which involve looking for, selecting and
organising geographical, social and historical texts showing an
ability to work alone or in a team.
6. Develop creativity and entrepreneurial spirit, increasing the
ability to use information, ideas and present innovative
conclusions.
Unit 6: Tell me a story

1. Understand how people, society and nature change as time


passes, discovering how some aspects of daily life evolve and
organise sequences in chronological order.
2. Use a calendar as a representation of passing time, locating
months, days or important dates
3. Use expressions of time which show duration, successive and
simultaneous events, observing the most obvious changes
4. Identify different periods of human history, distinguishing
between ancient and modern objects and recognising culture
and heritage as types of passtimes.
5. Explain the importance of history, showing an interest for
studying people and events of the past.
6. Know what a museum is and what it is for, value its role and
enjoy looking at their pieces.
7. With guidance, use information and communications technology
to obtain information, learn and to express Social Sciences
themes.
8. Develop responsibilty, effort and consistency in school work.