Document Based Questions from Mrs. Madden's 2nd Grade Class

courtesy of University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Where was this picture taken and what does this picture show?

What is the importance of the building in the center of this picture?

Describe the kinds of events that happened in this building.



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Bronze Statue

Olympic Rings



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Mrs. Madden's Second Grade Class
Brushy Creek School
Taylors, South Carolina

South Carolina Social Studies Standards
I. Time, Continuity, and Change: History

2.1 The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the way individuals, families, and communities live and work together now and in the past. The student should be able to

2.1.1 identify characteristics that contribute to one�s personal identity;

2.1.2 compare and contrast family life in various places now, in the recent past, and long ago;

2.1.3 discuss the historic traditions of diverse groups and peoples; and

2.1.4 explain the ways these traditions are passed down from generation to generation.

2.2 The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the history of peoples of many cultures around the world. The student should be able to

2.2.1 describe folklore and other cultural contributions from various regions of the United States and the world and how they help form a nation�s heritage