Here are the recommended multicultural standards for MANGO curriculum.
CD1A-Acknowledge the existence of food and celebrations from other countries.
CD1B-Know the differences between cultural stereotypes and reality.
CD1C-Be informed about cultural appreciation vs. cultural appropriation.
FL1A-Understand the alphabet and list of numbers in another language.
FL1B-Know the days of the week, months of the year, tell the time, and how to give dates.
FL1C-Learn about how to describe seasons and the weather.
FL1D-Greet people, provide basic introductions and say thank you.
FL1E-Fill out personal information about yourself.
FL1F-Ask and answer basic questions.
HR1A-Be able to understand the importance of consent and refrain from improper touch.
HR1B-Recognize the importance of respecting others, regardless of gender, race, nationality, disability, genetic information, political beliefs, religion, sexual orientation, age, or socioeconomic status.
HR1C-Understand the dangers of rigid gender roles for boys and girls, focusing instead on a more open idea of what each gender can do.
HR1D-Be aware of physical, verbal, and cyberbullying.
C1A-Students should be informed about the basic functions of local, state, and federal government.
C1B-Learners need to be taught about basic currency and exchange rates.
CD2A-Be taught about major cultural events in the world that are country specific and take place in multiple nations.
CD2B-Recognize cultural practices of indigenous populations.
CD2C-Discover Women’s History Month and the importance of it
GH2A-Learn about important historical figures among different ethnicities and from each gender.
GH2B-Recognize the impact of inventions from the Prehistoric Times.
GH2C-Be taught about the origins behind major landmarks.
FL2A-Be able to make a grocery list and go to a supermarket.
FL2B-Learn how to find out where the bathroom is.
FL2C-Find out how to take a taxi or use public transportation.
FL2D-Be familiar with vocabulary terms related to animals.
FL2E-Find your way around town and ask for directions.
FL2F-Know how to go to the doctor and pharmacy.
HR2A Build more extensive knowledge about equal rights in the workplace, in sports, and communities in general.
HR2B Examine the significance of protests
HR2C Learn about the basics of fair trade
G2A-Be able to interpret basic maps to identify states, countries, and continents.
G2B- Learn about major cities around the world.
G2C-Compare urban, suburban, and rural areas.
C2A-Examine the Constitution of the country.
C2B-Realize how checks and balances work with the various branches of government.
C2C-Be taught about how elections work and the existence of different parties.
CD3A-Be aware of misconceptions about cultures and realities
CD3B-Get taught about special months such asNational Hispanic Heritage Month, Chuseok, and Black History Month
CD3C-Explore holidays like Lunar and Tetl Festival, as well as Cinco de Mayo.
GH3A Know about Juneteenth and how it has impacted the world
GH3B-Recognize the impact of inventions from the Ancient Times.
GH3C-Discover the history behind World Teacher's Day
FL3A-Know how to follow simple instructions and ask for permission
FL3B-Express opinions, stating preferences, and making complaints
FL3C-Accept, decline, and giving invitations
FL3D-Give and receive compliments
FL3E-Being polite by making requests, saying sorry, and congratulating.
HR3A-Be knowledgeable about different forms of discrimination in the public and private sectors
HR3B-Talk about maternity and paternity leave options throughout the world
G3A-Name major bodies of water in smaller and larger areas.
G3B-Determine state and province capitals.
C3A Understand the difference between capitalism, socialism, and communism.
C3B Be taught about how food stamps and government assistance programs work
CD4A Get taught about different types of games in other parts of the world
CD4B Discover days of significance like Waitangi Day and Nauruz
CD4C Understand how Golden Week is celebrated
CD4D Learn about the Dragon Boat Festival
GH4A Get taught about the history of slavery around the world
GH4B-Recognize the impact of inventions from the Middle Ages.
FL4A-Go to retail locations to purchase items.
FL4B-Visit places that offer leisure activities
FL4C-Make reservations and ordering at a restaurant
FL4D-Go to additional places such as the bank, gas station, and library
HR4A-Explore the consequences of discrimination and reverse-discrimination
HR4B Explore the issue of poverty and methods of helping people in need
G4A-Identify lines of latitude and longitude
C4A Understand how taxes work and what they fund
C4B Be familiar with policies about waste management, recycling, and water supply.
C4C Understand public services related to utility management
CD5A Acknowledge the significance of Indigenous People’s Day and why people want to replace Columbus Day
CD5B Examine International Women’s Day and how it is celebrated around the world
CD5C Talk about topics like Black Friday, the World Cup, Teacher’s Day, and the differences between Dia De Los Muertos and Halloween
GH5A Learn about the history of the Summer and Winter Olympics
GH5B-Recognize the impact of inventions from the Renaissance
C5A Recognize basic laws regarding social services
C5B Be aware of public policy that focuses on telecommunication
C5C Understand how emergency planning from the government works
GH6A Know how the Geneva Conventions contributed to promoting international cooperation
GH6B-Recognize the impact of inventions from the Age of Enlightenment.
FL6A-Rent a car and get vehicle repaired
HR6A-Be familiar with the basic ideas of the UN Declaration of Human Rights.
HR6B-Recognize relationship red flags such as checking phones, emails, or social media without permission.
C6A Know about public policy as it pertains to agriculture and food as a whole
C6B Be aware of the basic parts of foreign policy
C6C Understand how the law works in regards to energy policy
GH7A Learn about crises such as terrorist attacks and migrant crises
GH7B-Recognize the impact of inventions from the Industrial Revolution.
GH7C Discuss operations throughout history where refugee outreach has taken place
HR7A-Get familiarized with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
HR7B-Explore other relationship red flags including, but not limited to, false accusations, jealousy, and telling others what to do
HR7C-Be introduced to the issues of landmines and explore efforts to ban them
C7A Know about the different branches of the UN and how they operate
C7B Learn about governmental operations of space exploration
C7C Understand basic health codes for businesses
GH8A Find out about major disasters and how they’ve been addressed
GH8B-Recognize the impact of inventions from the Information Age.
FL8A-Learn how to find an apartment to rent
FL8B-Understand how to fill out a job application
FL8C-Find out how to book a flight and hotel
FL8D-What to do at the airport
FL8E-Learn how to go sightseeing during vacations
HR8A-Understand other types of relationship red flags ranging from pushing isolation from friends and family to constant belittling
and big tempers
HR8B-Know one's rights in a relationship and the characteristics of a healthy relationship
HR8C-Find out about child slavery and how industries such as chocolate impact it.
C8A Get information about trade policy worldwide
C8B Explore climate change policy and how it impacts our environment
C8C Recognize basic information about immigration as it pertains to visas and citizenship
C8D Talk about the negative impact from graffiti on communities
HR9A-Recognize economic abuse, using children to relay messages, and tactics of minimizing, denying, and blaming as methods of control.
HR9B-Be informed about the differences between the honeymoon, tension building, and explosive phases of relationships
C9A-Be aware of how laws affect trademarks and patents
C9B Understand concepts of zoning laws
C9C-Talk about the prison industrial complex, private prisons, and prison labor
C9D Discuss solitary confinement and how it relates to the justice system
HR10A-Understand the practice of emotional abuse and isolation used for control.
C10A Focus on how boycotting can have an impact on future laws
C10B Discuss surveillance and its legal ramifications
C10C Talk about mandatory voting and its impact on elections
C10D Highlight distracted driving and the importance of road safety
HR11A-Be aware of intimidation and the presence of coercion and threats used for control.
C11A-Discuss the legal aspects of using drones
C11B-Compare monarchies, oligarchies, aristocracies, and democracies
C11C-Talk about the War on Drugs and how it affects government
C11D-Learn about how companies scam customers and how the law addresses this
HR12A-Be able to handle intense conversations in regards to fighting against human trafficking, domestic violence, child marriage, rape, and sexual assault.
HR12B-Recognize dating violence and how we can prevent it.
HR12C-Discuss hazing on campus and ways to stop it from happening
C12A-Explore censorship and what role the law has in it
C12B-Talk about police body cameras and the importance of fighting police brutality
C12C-Discuss martial law and the consequences behind it