Explain how cultural artifacts represent cultures in local communities. (e.g., pictures, animals, and masks.).
Understand how the diversity of people and customs affects the local community.
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Identify and discuss expressions of culture evident in neighborhoods (e.g., art, music, literature, religion, food, dance, etc.).
Compare and contrast the social systems of pre-Columbian civilizations.
Compare and contrast neighborhoods to earlier generations in such areas as school, dress, manners, stories, games, and festivals drawing from biographies, oral histories, and folklore.
Identify school, community, state and national symbols (e.g., school mascot, community logo, Mississippi state flag, United States flag, American eagle, etc.).
Identify historical figures that are used as symbols of American culture (currency, monuments, and place names, etc.).