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Content: Mathematics

Standards Correlation Date: 9/03
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text                          Standard Text                                  Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make          Calculate and estimate sums,
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,   differences, products, quotients,
Numbers, Number
Approximate Square                       students will accurately calculate and use estimation     powers, and roots using mental
MX21-04                             Sense and
Roots                                    techniques, number relationships, operation rules, and    math, formulas, and algorithms.
Computation
algorithms; they will determine the reasonableness of
answers and the accuracy of solutions.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make          Calculate and estimate sums,
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,   differences, products, quotients,
Numbers, Number
students will accurately calculate and use estimation     powers, and roots using mental
MX63-01      Bases and Powers       Sense and
techniques, number relationships, operation rules, and    math, formulas, and algorithms.
Computation
algorithms; they will determine the reasonableness of
answers and the accuracy of solutions.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make          Calculate and estimate sums,
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,   differences, products, quotients,
Numbers, Number
students will accurately calculate and use estimation     powers, and roots using mental
MX12-02      Roots                  Sense and
techniques, number relationships, operation rules, and    math, formulas, and algorithms.
Computation
algorithms; they will determine the reasonableness of
answers and the accuracy of solutions.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make          Calculate and estimate sums,
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,   differences, products, quotients,
Numbers, Number
Make Mathematical                        students will accurately calculate and use estimation     powers, and roots using mental
MX67-04                             Sense and
Models                                   techniques, number relationships, operation rules, and    math, formulas, and algorithms.
Computation
algorithms; they will determine the reasonableness of
answers and the accuracy of solutions.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make          Apply the laws of exponents to
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,   perform operations on expressions
Numbers, Number
students will accurately calculate and use estimation     with integral exponents and
MX12-01      Exponents              Sense and
techniques, number relationships, operation rules, and    expressions in scientific notation.
Computation
algorithms; they will determine the reasonableness of
answers and the accuracy of solutions.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text                             Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Apply the laws of exponents to
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        perform operations on expressions
Numbers, Number
Evaluate Expressions                        students will accurately calculate and use estimation          with integral exponents and
MX12-03                              Sense and
Involving Exponents                         techniques, number relationships, operation rules, and         expressions in scientific notation.
Computation
algorithms; they will determine the reasonableness of
answers and the accuracy of solutions.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Apply the properties and theories of
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        the real number system to everyday
Numbers, Number
students will accurately calculate and use estimation          situations.
MX06-05      Signed Numbers          Sense and
techniques, number relationships, operation rules, and
Computation
algorithms; they will determine the reasonableness of
answers and the accuracy of solutions.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Perform simple operations on
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        matrices.
Numbers, Number
Addition and                                students will accurately calculate and use estimation
MX66-01                              Sense and
Subtraction                                 techniques, number relationships, operation rules, and
Computation
algorithms; they will determine the reasonableness of
answers and the accuracy of solutions.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Perform simple operations on
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        matrices.
Numbers, Number
students will accurately calculate and use estimation
MX66-02      Scalar Multiplication   Sense and
techniques, number relationships, operation rules, and
Computation
algorithms; they will determine the reasonableness of
answers and the accuracy of solutions.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Represent and solve problems using
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        discrete structures including graphs
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        and matrices, with and without
MX66-01                                                  illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        technology.
Subtraction             and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Represent and solve problems using
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        discrete structures including graphs
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        and matrices, with and without
Patterns, Functions
MX66-02      Scalar Multiplication                       illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        technology.
and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name       Strand Text                             Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Represent and solve problems using
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        discrete structures including graphs
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        and matrices, with and without
Concepts in Discrete   Patterns, Functions
MX67-01                                                 illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        technology.
Mathematics            and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Create and use different forms of a
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        variety of equations, proportions,
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        and/or formulas (e.g., I=PRT or
Patterns, Functions
MX03-01      Ratios                                     illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        R=I/PT), solving for the needed
and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,   variable as necessary in given
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.    situations.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Create and use different forms of a
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        variety of equations, proportions,
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        and/or formulas (e.g., I=PRT or
Patterns, Functions
MX03-02      Ratio Variations                           illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        R=I/PT), solving for the needed
and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,   variable as necessary in given
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.    situations.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Create and use different forms of a
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        variety of equations, proportions,
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        and/or formulas (e.g., I=PRT or
Patterns, Functions
MX03-03      Proportions                                illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        R=I/PT), solving for the needed
and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,   variable as necessary in given
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.    situations.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Create and use different forms of a
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        variety of equations, proportions,
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        and/or formulas (e.g., I=PRT or
Patterns, Functions
MX03-04      Conversion of Units                        illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        R=I/PT), solving for the needed
and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,   variable as necessary in given
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.    situations.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name       Strand Text                             Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Create and use different forms of a
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        variety of equations, proportions,
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        and/or formulas (e.g., I=PRT or
Solve Equations by     Patterns, Functions
MX09-01                                                 illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        R=I/PT), solving for the needed
Substitution           and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,   variable as necessary in given
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.    situations.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Create and use different forms of a
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        variety of equations, proportions,
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        and/or formulas (e.g., I=PRT or
Solve Linear Equations Patterns, Functions
MX09-02                                                 illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        R=I/PT), solving for the needed
With One Unknown       and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,   variable as necessary in given
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.    situations.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Create and use different forms of a
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        variety of equations, proportions,
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        and/or formulas (e.g., I=PRT or
MX09-03                                                 illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        R=I/PT), solving for the needed
Equations              and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,   variable as necessary in given
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.    situations.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Create and use different forms of a
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        variety of equations, proportions,
Solve Equations With                       students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        and/or formulas (e.g., I=PRT or
Patterns, Functions
MX09-04      More Than One                              illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        R=I/PT), solving for the needed
and Algebra
Unknown                                    (words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,   variable as necessary in given
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.    situations.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                Create and use different forms of a
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,         variety of equations, proportions,
Use a Solution of One                     students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,         and/or formulas (e.g., I=PRT or
Patterns, Functions
MX09-05      Equation to Solve                         illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations         R=I/PT), solving for the needed
and Algebra
Another                                   (words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,    variable as necessary in given
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.     situations.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name       Strand Text                             Standard Text                                      Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Create and use different forms of a
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        variety of equations, proportions,
General Quadratic                          students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        and/or formulas (e.g., I=PRT or
Patterns, Functions
MX09-06      Equations Using a                          illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        R=I/PT), solving for the needed
and Algebra
Formula                                    (words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,   variable as necessary in given
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.    situations.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Add, subtract, multiply, and factor (1 st
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        and 2nd degree) polynomials,
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        describing each step in the process
illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        and the connection between the
MX58-03                                                 (words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,   algebraic process and the arithmetic
Equations              and Algebra
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.    process; use simple quadratic
equations with integer roots to solve
practical and mathematical
problems.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Determine the domain and range of
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        linear relations given a graph or a set
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        of ordered pairs; explain their
Patterns, Functions
MX109-02 Form and Function                              illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        importance in problem s1olving
and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,   situations.
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Solve systems of two linear
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        equations, both algebraically and
Solve Systems of                           students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        graphically; use graphing calculators
Patterns, Functions
MX55-01      Linear Equations                           illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        as a primary tool in solving these
and Algebra
Algebraically                              (words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,   problems and to verify solutions
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.    found by other methods.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make               Solve systems of two linear
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,        equations, both algebraically and
Solve Systems of                           students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,        graphically; use graphing calculators
Patterns, Functions
MX55-02      Linear Equations                           illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations        as a primary tool in solving these
and Algebra
Graphically                                (words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,   problems and to verify solutions
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.    found by other methods.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name       Strand Text                             Standard Text                                       Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Solve systems of two linear
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          equations, both algebraically and
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,          graphically; use graphing calculators
Round Off and          Patterns, Functions
PX37-01                                                 illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations          as a primary tool in solving these
Guesstimate            and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,     problems and to verify solutions
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.      found by other methods.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Solve systems of two linear
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          equations, both algebraically and
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,          graphically; use graphing calculators
PX37-02                                                 illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations          as a primary tool in solving these
Sparingly              and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,     problems and to verify solutions
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.      found by other methods.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Solve systems of two linear
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          equations, both algebraically and
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,          graphically; use graphing calculators
Patterns, Functions
PX37-03      Show Your Work                             illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations          as a primary tool in solving these
and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,     problems and to verify solutions
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.      found by other methods.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Solve systems of two linear
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          equations, both algebraically and
students will use various algebraic methods to analyze,          graphically; use graphing calculators
Patterns, Functions
PX37-04      Check Backwards                            illustrate, extend, and create numerous representations          as a primary tool in solving these
and Algebra
(words, numbers, tables, and graphs) of patterns, functions,     problems and to verify solutions
and algebraic relations as modeled in practical situations.      found by other methods.

To solve problems, communicate, reason and make                 Convert between customary and
Measurement                                 connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,         metric systems; convert among
MX26-01      Instruments and        Measurement          students will use appropriate tools and techniques of           monetary systems.
Techniques                                  measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct
and indirect measurements.
To solve problems, communicate, reason and make                 Convert between customary and
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,         metric systems; convert among
Measurement
MX26-02                             Measurement          students will use appropriate tools and techniques of           monetary systems.
Problems
measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct
and indirect measurements.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text                          Standard Text                                      Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason and make               Select and use measurement tools,
Measurement                             connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,       techniques, and formulas to calculate
MX26-01      Instruments and        Measurement      students will use appropriate tools and techniques of         and compare rates, cost, distances,
Techniques                              measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct interest, temperatures, and
and indirect measurements.                                    weight/mass.
To solve problems, communicate, reason and make               Select and use measurement tools,
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,       techniques, and formulas to calculate
Measurement
MX26-02                             Measurement      students will use appropriate tools and techniques of         and compare rates, cost, distances,
Problems
measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct interest, temperatures, and
and indirect measurements.                                    weight/mass.
To solve problems, communicate, reason and make               Distinguish and differentiate among
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,       the structures, language and uses of
students will use appropriate tools and techniques of         systems of measures (e.g., linear,
measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct square units, cubic units); justify and
Measurement
and indirect measurements.                                    communicate the differences
MX26-01      Instruments and        Measurement
between accuracy, precision, error,
Techniques
and tolerance in measurement;
describe how each of these can
affect solutions found in problem
situations.
To solve problems, communicate, reason and make               Distinguish and differentiate among
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,       the structures, language and uses of
students will use appropriate tools and techniques of         systems of measures (e.g., linear,
measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct square units, cubic units); justify and
Measurement                             and indirect measurements.                                    communicate the differences
MX26-02                             Measurement
Problems                                                                                              between accuracy, precision, error,
and tolerance in measurement;
describe how each of these can
affect solutions found in problem
situations.
To solve problems, communicate, reason and make               Use and interpret consumer data
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,       (e.g., amortization tables, tax tables,
students will use appropriate tools and techniques of         and compound interest charts) to
MX23-01      Tables and Charts      Measurement
measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct make informed financial decisions
and indirect measurements.                                    related to practical applications such
as budget.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text                          Standard Text                                       Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason and make                 Use and interpret consumer data
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,         (e.g., amortization tables, tax tables,
students will use appropriate tools and techniques of           and compound interest charts) to
MX23-02      Graphs                 Measurement
measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct   make informed financial decisions
and indirect measurements.                                      related to practical applications such
as budget.
To solve problems, communicate, reason and make                 Use and interpret consumer data
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,         (e.g., amortization tables, tax tables,
students will use appropriate tools and techniques of           and compound interest charts) to
MX23-03      Bar Graphs             Measurement
measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct   make informed financial decisions
and indirect measurements.                                      related to practical applications such
as budget.
To solve problems, communicate, reason and make                 Use and interpret consumer data
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,         (e.g., amortization tables, tax tables,
students will use appropriate tools and techniques of           and compound interest charts) to
MX23-04      Circle Graphs          Measurement
measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct   make informed financial decisions
and indirect measurements.                                      related to practical applications such
as budget.
To solve problems, communicate, reason and make                 Use and interpret consumer data
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,         (e.g., amortization tables, tax tables,
students will use appropriate tools and techniques of           and compound interest charts) to
MX23-05      Line Graphs            Measurement
measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct   make informed financial decisions
and indirect measurements.                                      related to practical applications such
as budget.
To solve problems, communicate, reason and make                 Use relationships (e.g., proportions)
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,         and formulas (indirect measurement)
students will use appropriate tools and techniques of           to determine the measurement of
MX03-01      Ratios                 Measurement
measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct   unknown dimensions, angles, areas,
and indirect measurements.                                      and volumes to solve problems.

To solve problems, communicate, reason and make                 Use relationships (e.g., proportions)
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,         and formulas (indirect measurement)
students will use appropriate tools and techniques of           to determine the measurement of
MX03-02      Ratio Variations       Measurement
measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct   unknown dimensions, angles, areas,
and indirect measurements.                                      and volumes to solve problems.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name       Strand Text                              Standard Text                                         Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason and make                    Use relationships (e.g., proportions)
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,            and formulas (indirect measurement)
students will use appropriate tools and techniques of              to determine the measurement of
MX03-03      Proportions             Measurement
measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct      unknown dimensions, angles, areas,
and indirect measurements.                                         and volumes to solve problems.

To solve problems, communicate, reason and make                    Use relationships (e.g., proportions)
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,            and formulas (indirect measurement)
students will use appropriate tools and techniques of              to determine the measurement of
MX03-04      Conversion of Units     Measurement
measurement to determine, estimate, record, and verify direct      unknown dimensions, angles, areas,
and indirect measurements.                                         and volumes to solve problems.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections             Identify and use the properties of
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will        polygons (including interior and
Regular and Irregular   Spatial
identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and exterior angles) and elements of
MX16-06      Polygons and Other      Relationships and
geometric properties.                                            circles (e.g., angles, arcs, chords,
Shapes                  Geometry
secants and tangents) to solve
practical problems.
To solve problems, communicate, and make connections             Use coordinate geometry to graph
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will        linear equations, determine slopes of
identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and lines, identify parallel and
Spatial             geometric properties.                                            perpendicular lines and find possible
MX13-01      Number Lines            Relationships and                                                                    solutions to sets of equations; use
Geometry                                                                             algebraic techniques to solve
problems determined by geometric
relationships.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Use coordinate geometry to graph
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          linear equations, determine slopes of
identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   lines, identify parallel and
Spatial             geometric properties.                                              perpendicular lines and find possible
MX13-02      Definitions             Relationships and                                                                      solutions to sets of equations; use
Geometry                                                                               algebraic techniques to solve
problems determined by geometric
relationships.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text                              Standard Text                                         Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Use coordinate geometry to graph
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          linear equations, determine slopes of
identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   lines, identify parallel and
Spatial               geometric properties.                                              perpendicular lines and find possible
Distance Between Two
MX13-03                           Relationships and                                                                        solutions to sets of equations; use
Points
Geometry                                                                                 algebraic techniques to solve
problems determined by geometric
relationships.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Use coordinate geometry to graph
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          linear equations, determine slopes of
identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   lines, identify parallel and
Spatial             geometric properties.                                              perpendicular lines and find possible
Determine the Midpoint
MX13-04                             Relationships and                                                                      solutions to sets of equations; use
of a Line Segment
Geometry                                                                               algebraic techniques to solve
problems determined by geometric
relationships.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Use coordinate geometry to graph
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          linear equations, determine slopes of
identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   lines, identify parallel and
Spatial             geometric properties.                                              perpendicular lines and find possible
Plot the Graph of a
MX13-05                             Relationships and                                                                      solutions to sets of equations; use
Line
Geometry                                                                               algebraic techniques to solve
problems determined by geometric
relationships.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Use coordinate geometry to graph
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          linear equations, determine slopes of
identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   lines, identify parallel and
Spatial             geometric properties.                                              perpendicular lines and find possible
MX13-06      The Y-Intercept        Relationships and                                                                      solutions to sets of equations; use
Geometry                                                                               algebraic techniques to solve
problems determined by geometric
relationships.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text                              Standard Text                                         Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Use coordinate geometry to graph
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          linear equations, determine slopes of
identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   lines, identify parallel and
Spatial             geometric properties.                                              perpendicular lines and find possible
MX13-07      The X-Intercept        Relationships and                                                                      solutions to sets of equations; use
Geometry                                                                               algebraic techniques to solve
problems determined by geometric
relationships.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Use coordinate geometry to graph
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          linear equations, determine slopes of
identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   lines, identify parallel and
Spatial             geometric properties.                                              perpendicular lines and find possible
MX13-08      Find the Slope         Relationships and                                                                      solutions to sets of equations; use
Geometry                                                                               algebraic techniques to solve
problems determined by geometric
relationships.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Use complementary and
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          supplementary angles, congruent
Plane                  Spatial             identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   angles, vertical angles, angles
MX14-01      Geometry—Basic         Relationships and   geometric properties.                                              formed when parallel lines are cut by
Concepts               Geometry                                                                               a transversal, and angles in polygons
to solve practical problems.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Use complementary and
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          supplementary angles, congruent
Spatial             identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   angles, vertical angles, angles
MX14-02      Angles                 Relationships and   geometric properties.                                              formed when parallel lines are cut by
Geometry                                                                               a transversal, and angles in polygons
to solve practical problems.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Use complementary and
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          supplementary angles, congruent
Spatial               identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   angles, vertical angles, angles
Complimentary and
MX14-03                           Relationships and     geometric properties.                                              formed when parallel lines are cut by
Supplementary Angles
Geometry                                                                                 a transversal, and angles in polygons
to solve practical problems.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name       Strand Text                              Standard Text                                        Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Use complementary and
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          supplementary angles, congruent
Spatial             identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   angles, vertical angles, angles
MX14-04      Vertical Angles         Relationships and   geometric properties.                                              formed when parallel lines are cut by
Geometry                                                                               a transversal, and angles in polygons
to solve practical problems.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Use complementary and
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          supplementary angles, congruent
Spatial             identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   angles, vertical angles, angles
MX14-05      Parallel Lines          Relationships and   geometric properties.                                              formed when parallel lines are cut by
Geometry                                                                               a transversal, and angles in polygons
to solve practical problems.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Use complementary and
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          supplementary angles, congruent
Regular and Irregular   Spatial             identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   angles, vertical angles, angles
MX16-06      Polygons and Other      Relationships and   geometric properties.                                              formed when parallel lines are cut by
Shapes                  Geometry                                                                               a transversal, and angles in polygons
to solve practical problems.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections             Apply the Pythagorean Theorem, its
Spatial             within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will        converse, properties of special right
Perpendicular
MX15-02                              Relationships and   identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and triangles, and right triangle
Bisectors
Geometry            geometric properties.                                            trigonometry to solve practical
problems.
To solve problems, communicate, and make connections             Construct, justify and defend
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will        mathematical conclusions using
Statements,        Spatial
identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and logical, sequential, deductive
MX25-01      Negations, and     Relationships and
geometric properties.                                            reasoning supported by established
Compound Sentences Geometry
mathematical principles.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Construct, justify and defend
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          mathematical conclusions using
Spatial
identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   logical, sequential, deductive
MX25-02      The Language of Logic Relationships and
geometric properties.                                              reasoning supported by established
Geometry
mathematical principles.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text                              Standard Text                                        Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Construct, justify and defend
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          mathematical conclusions using
Spatial
identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   logical, sequential, deductive
MX25-03      Truth Values           Relationships and
geometric properties.                                              reasoning supported by established
Geometry
mathematical principles.

To solve problems, communicate, and make connections               Construct, justify and defend
within and beyond the field of mathematics, students will          mathematical conclusions using
Spatial
identify, represent, verify, and apply spatial relationships and   logical, sequential, deductive
MX25-04      Venn Diagrams          Relationships and
geometric properties.                                              reasoning supported by established
Geometry
mathematical principles.

To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                   Design, conduct, analyze, and
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,            communicate the results of multi-
MX22-02      Probability            Data Analysis       students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze   stage probability experiments.
data to determine statistical relationships and probability
projections.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                   Design, conduct, analyze, and
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,            communicate the results of multi-
A Closer Look at
MX52-01                             Data Analysis       students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze   stage probability experiments.
Probability
data to determine statistical relationships and probability
projections.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                   Design, conduct, analyze, and
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,            communicate the results of multi-
MX52-02      Effect of Replacement Data Analysis        students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze   stage probability experiments.
data to determine statistical relationships and probability
projections.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                   Design, conduct, analyze, and
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,            communicate the results of multi-
MX52-03      Compound Events        Data Analysis       students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze   stage probability experiments.
data to determine statistical relationships and probability
projections.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                   Distinguish between and apply
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,            permutations and combinations
Permutations and
MX22-01                             Data Analysis       students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze   using a variety of methods, including
Combinations
data to determine statistical relationships and probability        The Fundamental Counting Principle.
projections.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name       Strand Text                           Standard Text                                         Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                   Select and use the measures of
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,            central tendency such as mean,
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze   median, mode and variability
MX19-01      Averages               Data Analysis
data to determine statistical relationships and probability        including range, distribution and
projections.                                                       possible outliers that are appropriate
for given situations.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                   Select and use the measures of
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,            central tendency such as mean,
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze   median, mode and variability
MX19-02      Medians                Data Analysis
data to determine statistical relationships and probability        including range, distribution and
projections.                                                       possible outliers that are appropriate
for given situations.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                   Select and use the measures of
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,            central tendency such as mean,
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze   median, mode and variability
MX19-03      Modes                  Data Analysis
data to determine statistical relationships and probability        including range, distribution and
projections.                                                       possible outliers that are appropriate
for given situations.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                   Select and use the measures of
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,            central tendency such as mean,
Percentiles, Quartiles,                  students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze   median, mode and variability
MX19-05                              Data Analysis
and Range                                data to determine statistical relationships and probability        including range, distribution and
projections.                                                       possible outliers that are appropriate
for given situations.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                   Analyze the validity of statistical
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,            conclusions noting various sources
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze   of bias, misuse, and abuse of data
data to determine statistical relationships and probability        caused by a wide variety of factors
projections.                                                       including choices of scale, probability
MX19-01      Averages               Data Analysis
versus odds, inappropriate uses of
measures of central tendency,
inaccurate curve fitting and
inappropriate uses of controls or
sample groups.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text                           Standard Text                                       Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Analyze the validity of statistical
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          conclusions noting various sources
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze of bias, misuse, and abuse of data
data to determine statistical relationships and probability      caused by a wide variety of factors
projections.                                                     including choices of scale, probability
MX19-02      Medians                Data Analysis
versus odds, inappropriate uses of
measures of central tendency,
inaccurate curve fitting and
inappropriate uses of controls or
sample groups.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Analyze the validity of statistical
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          conclusions noting various sources
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze of bias, misuse, and abuse of data
data to determine statistical relationships and probability      caused by a wide variety of factors
projections.                                                     including choices of scale, probability
MX19-03      Modes                  Data Analysis
versus odds, inappropriate uses of
measures of central tendency,
inaccurate curve fitting and
inappropriate uses of controls or
sample groups.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Analyze the validity of statistical
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          conclusions noting various sources
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze of bias, misuse, and abuse of data
data to determine statistical relationships and probability      caused by a wide variety of factors
projections.                                                     including choices of scale, probability
MX19-04      Histograms             Data Analysis
versus odds, inappropriate uses of
measures of central tendency,
inaccurate curve fitting and
inappropriate uses of controls or
sample groups.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name       Strand Text                           Standard Text                                       Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Analyze the validity of statistical
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          conclusions noting various sources
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze of bias, misuse, and abuse of data
data to determine statistical relationships and probability      caused by a wide variety of factors
Percentiles, Quartiles,                  projections.                                                     including choices of scale, probability
MX19-05                              Data Analysis
and Range                                                                                                 versus odds, inappropriate uses of
measures of central tendency,
inaccurate curve fitting and
inappropriate uses of controls or
sample groups.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Analyze the validity of statistical
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          conclusions noting various sources
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze of bias, misuse, and abuse of data
data to determine statistical relationships and probability      caused by a wide variety of factors
Standard Deviation                       projections.                                                     including choices of scale, probability
MX19-06                             Data Analysis
and Variance                                                                                              versus odds, inappropriate uses of
measures of central tendency,
inaccurate curve fitting and
inappropriate uses of controls or
sample groups.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Analyze the validity of statistical
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          conclusions noting various sources
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze of bias, misuse, and abuse of data
data to determine statistical relationships and probability      caused by a wide variety of factors
projections.                                                     including choices of scale, probability
MX22-02      Probability            Data Analysis
versus odds, inappropriate uses of
measures of central tendency,
inaccurate curve fitting and
inappropriate uses of controls or
sample groups.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text                           Standard Text                                       Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Analyze the validity of statistical
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          conclusions noting various sources
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze of bias, misuse, and abuse of data
data to determine statistical relationships and probability      caused by a wide variety of factors
A Closer Look at                        projections.                                                     including choices of scale, probability
MX52-01                             Data Analysis
Probability                                                                                              versus odds, inappropriate uses of
measures of central tendency,
inaccurate curve fitting and
inappropriate uses of controls or
sample groups.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Analyze the validity of statistical
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          conclusions noting various sources
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze of bias, misuse, and abuse of data
data to determine statistical relationships and probability      caused by a wide variety of factors
projections.                                                     including choices of scale, probability
MX52-02      Effect of Replacement Data Analysis
versus odds, inappropriate uses of
measures of central tendency,
inaccurate curve fitting and
inappropriate uses of controls or
sample groups.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Analyze the validity of statistical
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          conclusions noting various sources
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze of bias, misuse, and abuse of data
data to determine statistical relationships and probability      caused by a wide variety of factors
projections.                                                     including choices of scale, probability
MX52-03      Compound Events        Data Analysis
versus odds, inappropriate uses of
measures of central tendency,
inaccurate curve fitting and
inappropriate uses of controls or
sample groups.
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Design, construct, analyze, and
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          select an appropriate type of graph
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze to represent data to communicate
MX41-01      Graphs                 Data Analysis    data to determine statistical relationships and probability      the results of statistical experiments
projections.                                                     (e.g., write a survey question and
analyze and communicate the
findings).
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text                            Standard Text                                        Objective Text
Strategy #
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Design, construct, analyze, and
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          select an appropriate type of graph
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze to represent data to communicate
MX41-02      Diagrams               Data Analysis     data to determine statistical relationships and probability      the results of statistical experiments
projections.                                                     (e.g., write a survey question and
analyze and communicate the
findings).
To solve problems, communicate, reason, and make                 Design, construct, analyze, and
connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,          select an appropriate type of graph
students will collect, organize, display, interpret, and analyze to represent data to communicate
MX41-03      Tables                 Data Analysis     data to determine statistical relationships and probability      the results of statistical experiments
projections.                                                     (e.g., write a survey question and
analyze and communicate the
findings).
Students will develop their ability to solve problems by         Use technology, including
engaging in developmentally appropriate problem solving          calculators, to solve problems and
opportunities in which there is a need to use various            verify solutions.
approaches to investigate and understand mathematical
PX37-02                             Problem Solving   concepts in order to: formulate their own problems; find
Sparingly
solutions to problems from everyday situations; develop and
apply strategies to solve a wide variety of problems; and
integrate mathematical reasoning, communication and
connections.
Students will develop their ability to solve problems by         Use technology, including
engaging in developmentally appropriate problem solving          calculators, to investigate, define,
opportunities in which there is a need to use various            and describe quantitative
approaches to investigate and understand mathematical            relationships such as patterns and
PX37-02                             Problem Solving   concepts in order to: formulate their own problems; find         functions.
Sparingly
solutions to problems from everyday situations; develop and
apply strategies to solve a wide variety of problems; and
integrate mathematical reasoning, communication and
connections.
Content: Language Arts

Standards Correlation Date: 9/03
Skill/      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                                    Objective Text
Strategy #          Name
Students know and use word analysis skills   Apply knowledge of Anglo-Saxon-, Greek-, and
In the Beginning,
and strategies to comprehend new words       Latin-derived roots and affixes to determine the
encountered in text.                         meaning of unknown vocabulary across the
Word
curriculum.
Students know and use word analysis skills   Apply knowledge of Anglo-Saxon-, Greek-, and
Use Prefixes or                     and strategies to comprehend new words       Latin-derived roots and affixes to determine the
Roots                               encountered in text.                         meaning of unknown vocabulary across the
curriculum.
Students know and use word analysis skills   Apply knowledge of Anglo-Saxon-, Greek-, and
Connect the                         and strategies to comprehend new words       Latin-derived roots and affixes to determine the
Words                               encountered in text.                         meaning of unknown vocabulary across the
curriculum.
Students know and use word analysis skills   Discern subtle differences between closely related
Connect the
PX21-03                          Reading         and strategies to comprehend new words       words (e.g., thin and slender); use references as
Words
encountered in text.                         necessary.
Students know and use word analysis skills   Apply knowledge of syntax and literary allusions to
Connect the
PX21-03                          Reading         and strategies to comprehend new words       acquire an understanding of new words and to
Words
encountered in text.                         comprehend text.
Students use reading process skills and      Refine pre-reading strategies such as accessing
PX30-01      Read Carefully      Reading         strategies to build comprehension.           prior knowledge, predicting, previewing, and setting
a purpose to ensure comprehension.
Students use reading process skills and      Refine pre-reading strategies such as accessing
PX30-03      Read for Results    Reading         strategies to build comprehension.           prior knowledge, predicting, previewing, and setting
a purpose to ensure comprehension.
Students use reading process skills and      Use specific repair strategies such as summarizing,
MX35-02      Use Annotations     Reading         strategies to build comprehension.           clarifying ambiguities, and consulting other sources.
Skill/      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                  Standard Text                                        Objective Text
Strategy #          Name
Students use reading process skills and          Use specific repair strategies such as summarizing,
PX30-02      Write On             Reading         strategies to build comprehension.               clarifying ambiguities, and consulting other sources.

Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Analyze characters, plots, setting, themes, and
Analyze the
MX27-01                           Reading         evaluate literature from a variety of authors,   points of view in any given piece of literature.
Setting
cultures, and times.
Determine and                        Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Analyze characters, plots, setting, themes, and
MX27-04      Support Theme or     Reading         evaluate literature from a variety of authors,   points of view in any given piece of literature.
Tone                                 cultures, and times.
Determine and                        Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Make inferences supported by the text regarding
MX27-04      Support Theme or     Reading         evaluate literature from a variety of authors,   characters, plots, settings, and themes.
Tone                                 cultures, and times.
Classify and                         Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Make inferences supported by the text regarding
MX27-03      Evaluate             Reading         evaluate literature from a variety of authors,   characters, plots, settings, and themes.
Character                            cultures, and times.
Identify and                         Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Make inferences supported by the text regarding
MX27-02      Interpret Point of   Reading         evaluate literature from a variety of authors,   characters, plots, settings, and themes.
View                                 cultures, and times.
Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Make inferences supported by the text regarding
Analyze the
MX27-01                           Reading         evaluate literature from a variety of authors,   characters, plots, settings, and themes.
Setting
cultures, and times.
Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Analyze viewpoints and messages in relation to the
Identify and
MX27-05                           Reading         evaluate literature from a variety of authors,   historical and cultural context of recognized works of
Compare Genres
cultures, and times.                             British, American, or world literature.
Determine and                        Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Use textual evidence to analyze the theme or
MX27-04      Support Theme or Reading             evaluate literature from a variety of authors,   meaning of a selection.
Tone                                 cultures, and times.
Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Analyze and evaluate ways authors use imagery,
MX28-01      Metaphor             Reading         evaluate literature from a variety of authors,   figures of speech, and sound to elicit reader
cultures, and times.                             response.
Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Analyze and evaluate ways authors use imagery,
MX28-03      Irony                Reading         evaluate literature from a variety of authors,   figures of speech, and sound to elicit reader
cultures, and times.                             response.
Skill/      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                   Standard Text                                       Objective Text
Strategy #          Name
Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Analyze and evaluate ways authors use imagery,
MX28-02      Symbol              Reading         evaluate literature from a variety of authors,   figures of speech, and sound to elicit reader
cultures, and times.                             response.
Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Analyze how irony, tone, mood, style, syntax, and
MX28-03      Irony               Reading         evaluate literature from a variety of authors,   sound of language are used for rhetorical and
cultures, and times.                             aesthetic purposes.
Identify Author’s                   Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Analyze the effects of an author's choice of literary
MX29-01      Purpose and Point Reading           evaluate literature from a variety of authors,   form.
of View                             cultures, and times.
Students read to comprehend, interpret, and      Analyze text features and rhetorical strategies of
Identify Author’s                   evaluate informational texts for specific        different types of primary source documents (e.g.,
MX29-01      Purpose and Point Reading           purposes.                                        policy statements, speeches, debates, diaries,
of View                                                                              platforms) and identify how authors use the features
to achieve their purposes.
Students write a variety of texts that inform,   Write a research paper that develops a thesis,
The Writing                         persuade, describe, evaluate, or tell a story    contains information selected from at least ten
MX30-01                          Writing
Process                             and are appropriate to purpose and               sources, and conforms to a style manual.
audience.
Students write a variety of texts that inform,   Write a research paper that develops a thesis,
persuade, describe, evaluate, or tell a story    contains information selected from at least ten
PX45-01      Prewriting          Writing
and are appropriate to purpose and               sources, and conforms to a style manual.
audience.
Students write a variety of texts that inform,   Write a research paper that develops a thesis,
Identify Your
persuade, describe, evaluate, or tell a story    contains information selected from at least ten
MX30-02      Audience and        Writing
and are appropriate to purpose and               sources, and conforms to a style manual.
Purpose
audience.
Students write a variety of texts that inform,   Write reflective texts that draw comparisons
The Writing                         persuade, describe, evaluate, or tell a story    between specific incidents and broader themes.
MX30-01                          Writing
Process                             and are appropriate to purpose and
audience.
Students write a variety of texts that inform,   Write reflective texts that draw comparisons
persuade, describe, evaluate, or tell a story    between specific incidents and broader themes.
PX45-01      Prewriting          Writing
and are appropriate to purpose and
audience.
Skill/      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                  Standard Text                                        Objective Text
Strategy #          Name
Students write a variety of texts that inform,    Write reflective texts that draw comparisons
Identify Your
persuade, describe, evaluate, or tell a story     between specific incidents and broader themes.
MX30-02      Audience and        Writing
and are appropriate to purpose and
Purpose
audience.
Students write a variety of texts that inform,    Write responses to literature that analyze and
Determine Key                       persuade, describe, evaluate, or tell a story     critique the use of imagery, language, themes,
MX30-04                          Writing
Points                              and are appropriate to purpose and                stylistic devices, and tone.
audience.
Students write a variety of texts that inform,    Write persuasive texts that evaluate, interpret, or
Identify Your
persuade, describe, evaluate, or tell a story     speculate using specific rhetorical devices to
MX30-02      Audience and        Writing
and are appropriate to purpose and                support assertions; clarify and defend positions with
Purpose
audience.                                         precise and relevant evidence.
Students write a variety of texts that inform,    Write persuasive texts that evaluate, interpret, or
The Writing                         persuade, describe, evaluate, or tell a story     speculate using specific rhetorical devices to
MX30-01                          Writing
Process                             and are appropriate to purpose and                support assertions; clarify and defend positions with
audience.                                         precise and relevant evidence.
Students write a variety of texts that inform,    Write persuasive texts that evaluate, interpret, or
persuade, describe, evaluate, or tell a story     speculate using specific rhetorical devices to
PX45-01      Prewriting          Writing
and are appropriate to purpose and                support assertions; clarify and defend positions with
audience.                                         precise and relevant evidence.
Students write with a clear focus and logical     Generate ideas for writing by selecting appropriate
The Writing                         development, evaluating, revising, and            pre-writing strategies with attention to audience,
MX30-01                          Writing
Process                             editing for organization, style, tone, and word   purpose, and personal style.
choice.
Students write with a clear focus and logical     Generate ideas for writing by selecting appropriate
development, evaluating, revising, and            pre-writing strategies with attention to audience,
PX45-01      Prewriting          Writing
editing for organization, style, tone, and word   purpose, and personal style.
choice.
Students write with a clear focus and logical     Organize ideas in compositions by selecting and
Select an
development, evaluating, revising, and            applying structures such as comparison/contrast or
MX30-05      Organizational      Writing
editing for organization, style, tone, and word   cause/effect, which enhance the central idea,
Structure
choice.                                           theme, or purpose.
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                  Standard Text                                         Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Students write with a clear focus and logical     Organize ideas in compositions by selecting and
Group Ideas and
development, evaluating, revising, and            applying structures such as comparison/contrast or
MX30-06      Sequence           Writing
editing for organization, style, tone, and word   cause/effect, which enhance the central idea,
Information
choice.                                           theme, or purpose.
Students write with a clear focus and logical     Write compositions that present complex ideas in a
Reread and                         development, evaluating, revising, and            sustained and compelling manner.
MX32-01                         Writing
Revise                             editing for organization, style, tone, and word
choice.
Students write with a clear focus and logical     Revise writing to improve word choice, organization,
development, evaluating, revising, and            and point of view, using given criteria such as
PX45-03      Revising           Writing
editing for organization, style, tone, and word   rubrics or feedback from others.
choice.
Students write with a clear focus and logical     Edit for use of standard English.
development, evaluating, revising, and
editing for organization, style, tone, and word
choice.
Students write with a clear focus and logical     Edit for use of standard English.
MX32-02                         Writing
Carefully                          editing for organization, style, tone, and word
choice.
Students write using standard English        Apply the rules of usage, grammar, and
Proofread                          grammar, usage, punctuation, capitalization, capitalization with few significant errors; use
MX32-02                         Writing
Carefully                          and spelling                                 modifiers, parallel structure, and subordination
correctly in writing.
Students write using standard English        Apply the rules of usage, grammar, and
grammar, usage, punctuation, capitalization, capitalization with few significant errors; use
and spelling                                 modifiers, parallel structure, and subordination
correctly in writing.
Students write using standard English        Apply the rules of usage, grammar, and
Sentence
grammar, usage, punctuation, capitalization, capitalization with few significant errors; use
MX24-02      Correction         Writing
and spelling                                 modifiers, parallel structure, and subordination
Questions
correctly in writing.
Students write using standard English        Use multiple structures such as inversion,
Choose Parallel
MX44-02                         Writing         grammar, usage, punctuation, capitalization, parallelism, and sentences of varying lengths for
Structure
and spelling                                 stylistic effect.
Skill/      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                  Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #          Name
Students write using standard English          Use multiple structures such as inversion,
Fix Sentence
MX44-01                          Writing         grammar, usage, punctuation, capitalization,   parallelism, and sentences of varying lengths for
Fragments
and spelling                                   stylistic effect.
Paragraph                           Students write using standard English          Use multiple structures such as inversion,
MX24-03      Improvement         Writing         grammar, usage, punctuation, capitalization,   parallelism, and sentences of varying lengths for
Questions                           and spelling                                   stylistic effect.
Sentence                            Students write using standard English          Use multiple structures such as inversion,
MX24-02      Correction          Writing         grammar, usage, punctuation, capitalization,   parallelism, and sentences of varying lengths for
Questions                           and spelling                                   stylistic effect.
Students write using standard English          Use rules of punctuation; manipulate conventions
MX38-01      Commas              Writing         grammar, usage, punctuation, capitalization,   for emphasis in writing.
and spelling
Students write using standard English          Use rules of punctuation; manipulate conventions
Colons and
MX38-02                          Writing         grammar, usage, punctuation, capitalization,   for emphasis in writing.
Semicolons
and spelling
Students write using standard English          Use rules of punctuation; manipulate conventions
MX38-03      Odds and Endings Writing            grammar, usage, punctuation, capitalization,   for emphasis in writing.
and spelling
Sentence                            Students write using standard English          Use rules of punctuation; manipulate conventions
MX24-02      Correction          Writing         grammar, usage, punctuation, capitalization,   for emphasis in writing.
Questions                           and spelling
Students write using standard English          Demonstrate conventional spelling.
MX32-02                          Writing         grammar, usage, punctuation, capitalization,
Carefully
and spelling
Students write using standard English          Demonstrate conventional spelling.
MX68-03      The Details Count Writing           grammar, usage, punctuation, capitalization,
and spelling
Formulate research questions, use a variety    Evaluate possible sources of information for
Look for Literary                   of sources to obtain information, weigh the    credibility and usefulness.
PX46-03                          Research
Merit                               evidence, draw valid conclusions, and
present findings.
Formulate research questions, use a variety    Evaluate possible sources of information for
Go with What You                    of sources to obtain information, weigh the    credibility and usefulness.
PX46-04                       Research
Know                                evidence, draw valid conclusions, and
present findings.
Skill/      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #          Name
Formulate research questions, use a variety   Evaluate possible sources of information for
Provide                             of sources to obtain information, weigh the   credibility and usefulness.
MX31-02                         Research
Supporting Details                  evidence, draw valid conclusions, and
present findings.
Formulate research questions, use a variety   Evaluate possible sources of information for
Structure the                       of sources to obtain information, weigh the   credibility and usefulness.
MX70-02                          Research
Message                             evidence, draw valid conclusions, and
present findings.
Formulate research questions, use a variety   Evaluate possible sources of information for
There's Strength in                 of sources to obtain information, weigh the   credibility and usefulness.
MX70-03                          Research
Numbers                             evidence, draw valid conclusions, and
present findings.
Formulate research questions, use a variety   Cite sources of information using a standard method
Use Quoted
of sources to obtain information, weigh the   of documentation.
MX31-03      Material            Research
evidence, draw valid conclusions, and
Appropriately
present findings.
Content: Science

Standards Correlation Date: 9/03
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                     Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Forces and Motion—Students understand that          Investigate and describe how changes in
Physical
MX82-01      Newton's Laws                     forces such as gravitational, electrical, and       motion are based on the laws of motion .
Science
magnetic influence the motion of objects.
Forces and Motion—Students understand that          Explain that the force of attraction that exists
Physical       forces such as gravitational, electrical, and       between two masses is inversely proportional
MX82-01      Newton's Laws
Science        magnetic influence the motion of objects.           to the square of the distance between them.

Forces and Motion—Students understand that         Investigate and describe that the usefulness
Physical       forces such as gravitational, electrical, and      of a simple machine such as a wheel or axle
MX82-02      Machines
Science        magnetic influence the motion of objects.          is based on its function, mechanical
Forces and Motion—Students understand that         Investigate and describe the relationship that
Physical       forces such as gravitational, electrical, and      exists between force, pressure, and area in
MX82-01      Newton's Laws
Science        magnetic influence the motion of objects.          general, and between pressure and depth in
liquids.
Forces and Motion—Students understand that         Investigate and explain that magnetic forces
forces such as gravitational, electrical, and      are related to electric forces and can be
Physical
MX81-03      Magnetism                         magnetic influence the motion of objects.          thought of as different aspects of a single
Science
electromagnetic force. (e.g., electric motors,
Structure and Properties of Matter—Students        Explain that substances can be identified on
understand that materials have distinct properties the basis of specific energies given off or
Chemical           Physical
MX79-04                                        which depend on the amount of matter present, its taken in by that substance.
Reactions          Science
chemical composition, and structure.

Structure and Properties of Matter—Students        Explain that substances can be identified on
Understanding                     understand that materials have distinct properties the basis of specific energies given off or
Physical
MX87-01      Chemical                          which depend on the amount of matter present, its taken in by that substance.
Science
Reactions                         chemical composition, and structure.
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                     Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Structure and Properties of Matter—Students        Explain how atoms may bond with one
understand that materials have distinct properties another by transferring or sharing electrons
Chemical           Physical
MX79-04                                        which depend on the amount of matter present, its that are farthest from the nucleus.
Reactions          Science
chemical composition, and structure.

Structure and Properties of Matter—Students        Explain that the electromagnetic force
understand that materials have distinct properties between the nucleus and electrons holds the
Physical
MX79-02      Atoms                             which depend on the amount of matter present, its atom together.
Science
chemical composition, and structure.

Structure and Properties of Matter—Students        Explain that carbon atoms can bond to one
understand that materials have distinct properties another to form a large variety of structures,
Physical
MX88-01      Elements of Life                  which depend on the amount of matter present, its including the molecules essential to life.
Science
chemical composition, and structure.

Energy and Matter: Interactions and                 Investigate and describe how waves can
Forms—Students understand that changes in           superimpose on one another, bend around
Physical
MX83-01      Waves                             temperature and pressure can alter states of        corners, reflect off surfaces, be absorbed by
Science
matter. Energy exists in many forms, and one        materials they enter, and change direction
form can change into another.                       when entering a new material.
Energy and Matter: Interactions and                 Describe the properties of electrical circuits in
Forms—Students understand that changes in           terms of moving electrons, conductivity,
Electrical         Physical
MX81-02                                        temperature and pressure can alter states of        resistance, and electrical potential energy.
Circuits           Science
matter. Energy exists in many forms, and one
form can change into another.
Chemical Reaction—Students understand that          Investigate and describe how, in chemical
Understanding
Physical       chemical reactions change substances into           reactions, elements combine in predictable
MX87-01      Chemical
Science        different substances.                               ratios, and the numbers of atoms of each
Reactions
element do not change.
Chemical Reaction—Students understand that          Investigate and describe how chemical
Understanding                     chemical reactions change substances into           reaction rates depend on conditions in the
Physical
MX87-01      Chemical                          different substances.                               reacting system, the properties of reacting
Science
Reactions                                                                             materials, and the presence of certain rate-
regulating chemicals.
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Strand Text                   Standard Text                                    Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Understanding                     Chemical Reaction—Students understand that        Investigate and describe how chemical
Physical
MX87-01      Chemical                          chemical reactions change substances into        reactions may release or consume energy.
Science
Reactions                         different substances.
Physical,                         Chemical Reaction—Students understand that        Investigate and describe how chemical
Chemical, and      Physical       chemical reactions change substances into        reactions may release or consume energy.
MX80-02
Nuclear            Science        different substances.
Changes
Chemical Reaction—Students understand that       Relate the chemical properties of an element
Measuring          Physical
MX79-01                                        chemical reactions change substances into        to the outermost electrons of an element.
Matter             Science
different substances.
Chemical Reaction—Students understand that       Relate the chemical properties of an element
Physical
MX79-02      Atoms                             chemical reactions change substances into        to the outermost electrons of an element.
Science
different substances.
Nuclear Energy and Electromagnetic               Predict how light interacts with matter (e.g.,
Energy—Students understand that nuclear energy   reflection and refraction).
Physical
MX83-03      Light                             and electromagnetic energy are produced from
Science
both natural and human-made sources in many
forms.
Nuclear Energy and Electromagnetic               Simulate how the predictable rates of nuclear
Physical,
Energy—Students understand that nuclear energy   reactions can be used to estimate the age of
Chemical, and      Physical
MX80-02                                        and electromagnetic energy are produced from     some materials.
Nuclear            Science
both natural and human-made sources in many
Changes
forms.
Nuclear Energy and Electromagnetic               Describe electromagnetic waves including a
Energy—Students understand that nuclear energy   wide range of forms and varying wavelengths.
Physical
MX83-01      Waves                             and electromagnetic energy are produced from
Science
both natural and human-made sources in many
forms.
Nuclear Energy and Electromagnetic               Explain how the forces that hold the nucleus
Energy—Students understand that nuclear energy   of an atom together are usually stronger than
Physical
MX79-02      Atoms                             and electromagnetic energy are produced from     other forces that could make the nucleus fly
Science
both natural and human-made sources in many      apart.
forms.
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Strand Text                     Standard Text                                    Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Nuclear Energy and Electromagnetic                   Explain how energy is released when the
Physical,
Energy—Students understand that nuclear energy       nuclei of very heavy atoms (e.g., uranium or
Chemical, and      Physical
MX80-02                                        and electromagnetic energy are produced from         plutonium), split into middleweight ones, or
Nuclear            Science
both natural and human-made sources in many          when very light nuclei (e.g., hydrogen and
Changes
forms.                                               helium), combine into heavier ones.
Structure and Function—Students understand that      Investigate and describe how food molecules
Digestion,                        all life forms, at all levels of organization, use   are broken down through a series of chemical
MX71-02      Transport, and     Life Science   specialized structures and similar processes to      reactions to provide energy and the material
Synthesis                         meet life’s needs.                                   to make new molecules.

Structure and Function—Students understand that      Investigate and describe how food molecules
all life forms, at all levels of organization, use   are broken down through a series of chemical
Respiration and
MX71-03                         Life Science   specialized structures and similar processes to      reactions to provide energy and the material
Excretion
meet life’s needs.                                   to make new molecules.

Structure and Function—Students understand that    Investigate and describe how every cell is
all life forms, at all levels of organization, use covered by a cell membrane and most cells
specialized structures and similar processes to    also have specialized parts for the transport
MX71-01      Cells              Life Science
meet life’s needs.                                 of materials, energy, transfer, protein
building, waste disposal, information
feedback, and movement.
Structure and Function—Students understand that Investigate and describe how every cell is
all life forms, at all levels of organization, use covered by a cell membrane and most cells
Digestion,
specialized structures and similar processes to    also have specialized parts for the transport
MX71-02      Transport, and     Life Science
meet life’s needs.                                 of materials, energy, transfer, protein
Synthesis
building, waste disposal, information
feedback, and movement.
Structure and Function—Students understand that Investigate and describe how every cell is
all life forms, at all levels of organization, use covered by a cell membrane and most cells
Coordination and                  specialized structures and similar processes to    also have specialized parts for the transport
MX71-04                       Life Science
Control                           meet life’s needs.                                 of materials, energy, transfer, protein
building, waste disposal, information
feedback, and movement.
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                    Standard Text                                      Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Structure and Function—Students understand that      In photosynthesis, plants and many
all life forms, at all levels of organization, use   microorganisms use solar energy to combine
Photosynthesis
MX72-01                         Life Science   specialized structures and similar processes to      molecules of carbon dioxide and water to
and Respiration
meet life’s needs.                                   form energy rich compounds and oxygen.

Internal and External Influences on                  Investigate and describe how some broad
Organisms—Students understand that organisms         patterns of behavior exhibited by animals
MX76-02      Natural Selection Life Science
respond to internal and external influences.         have evolved to ensure survival of the
species.
Internal and External Influences on                  Investigate and describe how some broad
Adaptation in                     Organisms—Students understand that organisms         patterns of behavior exhibited by animals
MX76-03                         Life Science
Action                            respond to internal and external influences.         have evolved to ensure survival of the
species.
Internal and External Influences on                  Investigate and describe how plant and
Characteristics                   Organisms—Students understand that organisms         animals have mechanisms that allow them to
MX74-01                         Life Science
of Living Things                  respond to internal and external influences.         respond to changes in their environment.

Heredity and Diversity—Students understand that      Explain how all body cells in an organism are
life forms are diverse, and that they pass some      developed from a single cell and contain
Mendelian                         characteristics to their offspring.                  essentially identical genetic instructions.
MX78-02                         Life Science
Genetics                                                                               Explain how different parts of the instruction
are used in different kinds of cells.

Heredity and Diversity—Students understand that      Explain how relatedness among organisms
MX75-02      Mutation           Life Science   life forms are diverse, and that they pass some      can be estimated from the similarity of their
characteristics to their offspring.                  DNA sequences.
Heredity and Diversity—Students understand that      Investigate and describe how sorting and
Mendelian                         life forms are diverse, and that they pass some      recombination of genes in sexual
MX78-02                         Life Science
Genetics                          characteristics to their offspring.                  reproduction results in a great variety of
possible gene combinations.
Heredity and Diversity—Students understand that      Explain how genetic information from parents
Mendelian                         life forms are diverse, and that they pass some      is encoded in DNA molecules and provides
MX78-02                         Life Science
Genetics                          characteristics to their offspring.                  instruction for assembling protein molecules.
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Strand Text                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Heredity and Diversity—Students understand that   Investigate and describe how patterns of
Mendelian
MX78-02                         Life Science   life forms are diverse, and that they pass some   inheritance are described by laws of
Genetics
characteristics to their offspring.               segregation and independent assortment.
Heredity and Diversity—Students understand that   Explain how diversity of species and variation
life forms are diverse, and that they pass some   among organisms within a species increase
Populations in
MX72-03                         Life Science   characteristics to their offspring.               the chances for survival of life when large
Ecosystems
changes occur in the environment.

Heredity and Diversity—Students understand that   Explain how diversity of species and variation
life forms are diverse, and that they pass some   among organisms within a species increase
MX72-04      Succession         Life Science   characteristics to their offspring.               the chances for survival of life when large
changes occur in the environment.

Heredity and Diversity—Students understand that   Explain how gene mutations may be caused
life forms are diverse, and that they pass some   by a variety of influences, when mutations
MX75-02      Mutation           Life Science
characteristics to their offspring.               occur in sex cells, they can be passed on to
offspring.
Evolution: The Process of Biological              Investigate and describe the basic idea of the
Change—Students understand that life forms        theory of biological evolution is that through
Evidence for                      change over time.                                 genetic and/or environmental influences the
MX76-01                         Life Science
Evolution                                                                           Earth's present-day species developed from
earlier, distinctly different, but common
ancestors.
Evolution: The Process of Biological              Investigate and describe the basic idea of the
Change—Students understand that life forms        theory of biological evolution is that through
change over time.                                 genetic and/or environmental influences the
MX76-02      Natural Selection Life Science
Earth's present-day species developed from
earlier, distinctly different, but common
ancestors.
Evolution: The Process of Biological              Investigate and describe the basic idea of the
Change—Students understand that life forms        theory of biological evolution is that through
Adaptation in                     change over time.                                 genetic and/or environmental influences the
MX76-03                         Life Science
Action                                                                              Earth's present-day species developed from
earlier, distinctly different, but common
ancestors.
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Strategy #         Name
Evolution: The Process of Biological               Explain the fossil record of ancient life forms
Change—Students understand that life forms         by applying the idea of natural selection and
MX76-02      Natural Selection Life Science
change over time.                                  its evolutionary consequences.

Evolution: The Process of Biological               Simulate and explain how the adaptation of a
Change—Students understand that life forms         species can occur over many generations
MX76-03                         Life Science   change over time.                                  because of the unique characteristics that
Action
favor those individuals in an environment.

Evolution: The Process of Biological               Explain how the classification of species is
The Five                          Change—Students understand that life forms         based on similarities (e.g., structural, genetic,
MX73-01                         Life Science
Kingdoms                          change over time.                                  molecular) which indicate evolutionary
relationships.
Evolution: The Process of Biological               Explain how the classification of species is
Levels of                         Change—Students understand that life forms         based on similarities (e.g., structural, genetic,
MX73-02                         Life Science
Classification                    change over time.                                  molecular) which indicate evolutionary
relationships.
Evolution: The Process of Biological               Investigate and describe how the process of
Evidence for
MX76-01                         Life Science   Change—Students understand that life forms         evolution is driven by genetic and
Evolution
change over time.                                  environmental influences.
Evolution: The Process of Biological               Investigate and describe how the process of
MX76-02      Natural Selection Life Science    Change—Students understand that life forms         evolution is driven by genetic and
change over time.                                  environmental influences.
Evolution: The Process of Biological               Investigate and describe how the process of
MX76-03                         Life Science   Change—Students understand that life forms         evolution is driven by genetic and
Action
change over time.                                  environmental influences.
Evolution: The Process of Biological               Explain how there is evidence that at least a
Change—Students understand that life forms         billion years ago, cells with nuclei existed
Evidence for
MX76-01                         Life Science   change over time.                                  allowing the evolution of increasingly complex
Evolution
multicellular organisms.

Earth Structures and Composition —Students             Investigate and describe how rocks and
Earth and      understand that the Earth is composed of               minerals have different characteristics that
MX91-01      The Rock Cycle
Space Sciences interrelated systems of rocks, water, air, and life.   reflect their origins and use.
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Strand Text                        Standard Text                                      Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Earth Structures and Composition —Students               Investigate and describe how rocks and
Earth and      understand that the Earth is composed of                 minerals have different characteristics that
MX91-02      Types of Rocks
Space Sciences interrelated systems of rocks, water, air, and life.     reflect their origins and use.

Earth Structures and Composition —Students             Investigate and describe how landforms are
understand that the Earth is composed of               the result of a combination of constructive
Earth and
MX84-01      Plate Tectonics                     interrelated systems of rocks, water, air, and life.   and destructive forces resulting from
Space Sciences
weathering, erosion, and the movement of
lithosphere plates.
Earth Structures and Composition —Students             Investigate and describe how landforms are
understand that the Earth is composed of               the result of a combination of constructive
Earth and
MX84-02      Glaciation                          interrelated systems of rocks, water, air, and life.   and destructive forces resulting from
Space Sciences
weathering, erosion, and the movement of
lithosphere plates.
Earth Structures and Composition —Students             Investigate and describe how landforms are
Weathering,                         understand that the Earth is composed of               the result of a combination of constructive
Earth and
MX84-03      Erosion, and                        interrelated systems of rocks, water, air, and life.   and destructive forces resulting from
Space Sciences
Deposition                                                                                 weathering, erosion, and the movement of
lithosphere plates.
Earth Structures and Composition —Students                   Explain how the composition of the Earth's
Atmosphere and Earth and      understand that the Earth is composed of                     atmosphere has changed in the past and
MX85-01
Weather        Space Sciences interrelated systems of rocks, water, air, and life.         continues to change.

Earth History—Students understand that Earth                 Simulate and explain how relative geologic
Earth and      systems (such as weather and mountain                        time can be estimated by observing rock
MX91-01      The Rock Cycle
Space Sciences formation) change on variety.                                sequences and using fossils to correlate the
sequences at various locations.
Earth History—Students understand that Earth             Simulate and explain how relative geologic
Earth and      systems (such as weather and mountain                    time can be estimated by observing rock
MX91-02      Types of Rocks
Space Sciences formation) change on variety.                            sequences and using fossils to correlate the
sequences at various locations.
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Strand Text                      Standard Text                                    Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Cycles of Matter and Energy – Students             Explain how Earth systems have two major
understand that Earth systems have a variety of    internal sources of energy (decay of
A Force to Be      Earth and      cycles through which energy and matter continually radioactive isotopes and the gravitational
MX89-01
Reckoned With      Space Sciences flow.                                              energy from Earth's original formation) and
one major external sources (the sun), all of
which create heat.
Cycles of Matter and Energy – Students             Investigate and describe how water is a
understand that Earth systems have a variety of    solvent, (e.g., how it dissolves minerals and
Earth and
MX87-03      Solubility                        cycles through which energy and matter continually gases as it passes through the water cycle
Space Sciences
flow.                                              and carries them to oceans and lakes)

Cycles of Matter and Energy – Students                   Simulate and describe how global climate is
understand that Earth systems have a variety of          determined primarily by energy transfer from
Atmosphere and Earth and      cycles through which energy and matter continually       the sun at and near the Earth's surface, and
MX85-01
Weather        Space Sciences flow.                                                    fluctuations in solar output may have
contributed to large changes in the Earth's
climate in the past.
Cycles of Matter and Energy – Students               Simulate and describe how global climate is
understand that Earth systems have a variety of      determined primarily by energy transfer from
Climate            Earth and      cycles through which energy and matter continually   the sun at and near the Earth's surface, and
MX85-02
Changes            Space Sciences flow.                                                fluctuations in solar output may have
contributed to large changes in the Earth's
climate in the past.
Cycles of Matter and Energy – Students               Investigate and describe how elements
Earth and      understand that Earth systems have a variety of      necessary for life on Earth pass through both
MX77-01      Carbon Cycle
Space Sciences cycles through which energy and matter continually   living and non-living cycles in a series of
flow.                                                changes that form a global system.
Cycles of Matter and Energy – Students               Investigate and describe how elements
Earth and      understand that Earth systems have a variety of      necessary for life on Earth pass through both
MX77-02      Water Cycle
Space Sciences cycles through which energy and matter continually   living and non-living cycles in a series of
flow.                                                changes that form a global system.
Cycles of Matter and Energy – Students               Investigate and describe how elements
Earth and      understand that Earth systems have a variety of      necessary for life on Earth pass through both
MX77-03      Nitrogen Cycle
Space Sciences cycles through which energy and matter continually   living and non-living cycles in a series of
flow.                                                changes that form a global system.
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Strand Text                      Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Cycles of Matter and Energy – Students                    Compare and contrast the relationships
Atmosphere and Earth and      understand that Earth systems have a variety of           between the greenhouse effect and the idea
MX85-01
Weather        Space Sciences cycles through which energy and matter continually        of global warming.
flow.
Cycles of Matter and Energy – Students                    Compare and contrast the relationships
Climate        Earth and      understand that Earth systems have a variety of           between the greenhouse effect and the idea
MX85-02
Changes        Space Sciences cycles through which energy and matter continually        of global warming.
flow.
The Solar System and the Universe—Students                Investigate and describe how the Earth's
Observing the  Earth and      understand that the Earth is part of a planetary          atmosphere, water, temperature, and
MX86-01
Sky            Space Sciences system within the Milky Way Galaxy, which is part         composition compare with conditions on other
of the known universe.                                    planets.
The Solar System and the Universe—Students                Explain how most objects in the solar system
understand that the Earth is part of a planetary          are in regular and predictable motion which
Earth and Its  Earth and
MX86-03                                    system within the Milky Way Galaxy, which is part         explains such phenomena as the day, the
Moon           Space Sciences
of the known universe.                                    year, phases of the moon, and eclipses.

The Solar System and the Universe—Students          Explain how stars produce energy and
Earth and        understand that the Earth is part of a planetary    elements heavier than hydrogen from nuclear
MX86-02      Stars
Space Sciences   system within the Milky Way Galaxy, which is part   reactions.
of the known universe.
The Solar System and the Universe—Students          Explain that on the basis of scientific
Formation of the Earth and          understand that the Earth is part of a planetary    evidence, the universe is estimated to be
MX92-01
Solar System     Space Sciences     system within the Milky Way Galaxy, which is part   about ten billion years old.
of the known universe.
The Solar System and the Universe—Students          Explain that on the basis of scientific
Earth and        understand that the Earth is part of a planetary    evidence, the universe is estimated to be
MX92-02      The Big Bang
Space Sciences   system within the Milky Way Galaxy, which is part   about ten billion years old.
of the known universe.
The Solar System and the Universe—Students          Describe how increasingly sophisticated
Observing the      Earth and        understand that the Earth is part of a planetary    technology (e.g., mathematical models and
MX86-01
Sky                Space Sciences   system within the Milky Way Galaxy, which is part   computer simulations) is used to learn about
of the known universe.                              the universe.
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                   Standard Text                                    Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
The Solar System and the Universe—Students          Explain that the physical laws, such as laws
A Force to Be   Earth and      understand that the Earth is part of a planetary    of Newton, Kepler, thermodynamics, relativity,
MX89-01
Reckoned With   Space Sciences system within the Milky Way Galaxy, which is part   and quantum physics, appear to apply to all
of the known universe.                              bodies in the universe.
Ecosystems—Students will demonstrate an             Investigate and describe how changes in an
understanding that ecosystems display patterns of   ecosystem can affect bio-diversity and bio-
Photosynthesis Environmental organization, change, and stability as a result of    diversity contributes to an ecosystem's
MX72-01
and Respiration Sciences       the interactions and interdependencies among the    stability.
life forms and the physical components of the
Earth.
Ecosystems—Students will demonstrate an             Investigate and describe how changes in an
understanding that ecosystems display patterns of   ecosystem can affect bio-diversity and bio-
Food Webs and Environmental organization, change, and stability as a result of     diversity contributes to an ecosystem's
MX72-02
Chains          Sciences       the interactions and interdependencies among the    stability.
life forms and the physical components of the
Earth.
Ecosystems—Students will demonstrate an             Investigate and describe how changes in an
understanding that ecosystems display patterns of   ecosystem can affect bio-diversity and bio-
Populations in  Environmental organization, change, and stability as a result of   diversity contributes to an ecosystem's
MX72-03
Ecosystems      Sciences       the interactions and interdependencies among the    stability.
life forms and the physical components of the
Earth.
Ecosystems—Students will demonstrate an             Investigate and describe how changes in an
understanding that ecosystems display patterns of   ecosystem can affect bio-diversity and bio-
Environmental organization, change, and stability as a result of   diversity contributes to an ecosystem's
MX72-04      Succession
Sciences       the interactions and interdependencies among the    stability.
life forms and the physical components of the
Earth.
Ecosystems—Students will demonstrate an             Investigate and describe how ecosystems
understanding that ecosystems display patterns of   change or remain the same in response to
Photosynthesis Environmental organization, change, and stability as a result of    different kinds of influences.
MX72-01
and Respiration Sciences       the interactions and interdependencies among the
life forms and the physical components of the
Earth.
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                     Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Ecosystems—Students will demonstrate an              Investigate and describe how ecosystems
understanding that ecosystems display patterns of    change or remain the same in response to
Food Webs and Environmental        organization, change, and stability as a result of   different kinds of influences.
MX72-02
Chains        Sciences             the interactions and interdependencies among the
life forms and the physical components of the
Earth.
Ecosystems—Students will demonstrate an              Investigate and describe how ecosystems
understanding that ecosystems display patterns of    change or remain the same in response to
Populations in     Environmental   organization, change, and stability as a result of   different kinds of influences.
MX72-03
Ecosystems         Sciences        the interactions and interdependencies among the
life forms and the physical components of the
Earth.
Ecosystems—Students will demonstrate an              Investigate and describe how ecosystems
understanding that ecosystems display patterns of    change or remain the same in response to
Environmental   organization, change, and stability as a result of   different kinds of influences.
MX72-04      Succession
Sciences        the interactions and interdependencies among the
life forms and the physical components of the
Earth.
Ecosystems—Students will demonstrate an              Investigate and describe how materials and
understanding that ecosystems display patterns of    energy are cycled and recycled through
Food Webs and Environmental        organization, change, and stability as a result of   ecosystems via pathways known as food
MX72-02
Chains        Sciences             the interactions and interdependencies among the     webs.
life forms and the physical components of the
Earth.
Natural Resources—Students demonstrate and           Evaluate the consequences of changing
understand that natural resources include            patterns of resources use.
renewable and non-renewable materials and
Environmental
MX78-01      Biomagnification                   energy. All organisms, including human, use
Sciences
resources to maintain and improve their existence,
and the use of resources can have positive and
negative consequences.
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                     Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Natural Resources—Students demonstrate and           Evaluate the consequences of changing
understand that natural resources include            patterns of resources use.
renewable and non-renewable materials and
Environmental
MX78-02      Pollution                          energy. All organisms, including human, use
Sciences
resources to maintain and improve their existence,
and the use of resources can have positive and
negative consequences.
Natural Resources—Students demonstrate and           Evaluate the consequences of changing
understand that natural resources include            patterns of resources use.
renewable and non-renewable materials and
Environmental
MX78-03      Conservation                       energy. All organisms, including human, use
Sciences
resources to maintain and improve their existence,
and the use of resources can have positive and
negative consequences.
Natural Resources—Students demonstrate and           Analyze and evaluate the effects that
understand that natural resources include            increases in human populations can cause
renewable and non-renewable materials and            (e.g., resource depletion and environmental
Environmental
MX78-01      Biomagnification                   energy. All organisms, including human, use          degradation).
Sciences
resources to maintain and improve their existence,
and the use of resources can have positive and
negative consequences.
Natural Resources—Students demonstrate and           Analyze and evaluate the effects that
understand that natural resources include            increases in human populations can cause
renewable and non-renewable materials and            (e.g., resource depletion and environmental
Environmental
MX78-02      Pollution                          energy. All organisms, including human, use          degradation).
Sciences
resources to maintain and improve their existence,
and the use of resources can have positive and
negative consequences.
Natural Resources—Students demonstrate and           Analyze and evaluate the effects that
understand that natural resources include            increases in human populations can cause
renewable and non-renewable materials and            (e.g., resource depletion and environmental
Environmental
MX78-03      Conservation                       energy. All organisms, including human, use          degradation).
Sciences
resources to maintain and improve their existence,
and the use of resources can have positive and
negative consequences.
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                     Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Conservation—Students understand that humans        Analyze and evaluate how consumption
have the unique ability to change personal and      patterns, conservation efforts, and cultural or
Environmental
MX78-03      Conservation                       societal behavior based on ethical considerations   social practices in countries have varying
Sciences
regarding other organisms, the planet as a whole    environmental impacts.
and future generations.
Conservation—Students understand that humans        Investigate and describe how human actions
have the unique ability to change personal and      may impact the dynamic equilibrium of global
Environmental
MX78-01      Biomagnification                   societal behavior based on ethical considerations   systems (e.g., global warming, ozone
Sciences
regarding other organisms, the planet as a whole    depletion).
and future generations.
Conservation—Students understand that humans        Investigate and describe how human actions
have the unique ability to change personal and      may impact the dynamic equilibrium of global
Environmental
MX78-02      Pollution                          societal behavior based on ethical considerations   systems (e.g., global warming, ozone
Sciences
regarding other organisms, the planet as a whole    depletion).
and future generations.
Conservation—Students understand that humans        Investigate and describe how human actions
have the unique ability to change personal and      may impact the dynamic equilibrium of global
Environmental
MX78-03      Conservation                       societal behavior based on ethical considerations   systems (e.g., global warming, ozone
Sciences
regarding other organisms, the planet as a whole    depletion).
and future generations.
Conservation—Students understand that humans        Evaluate and describe actions which affect
have the unique ability to change personal and      the global environment in terms of trade-offs
Environmental
MX78-01      Biomagnification                   societal behavior based on ethical considerations   that may have effects on local environments
Sciences
regarding other organisms, the planet as a whole    or economics.
and future generations.
Conservation—Students understand that humans        Evaluate and describe actions which affect
have the unique ability to change personal and      the global environment in terms of trade-offs
Environmental
MX78-02      Pollution                          societal behavior based on ethical considerations   that may have effects on local environments
Sciences
regarding other organisms, the planet as a whole    or economics.
and future generations.
Conservation—Students understand that humans        Evaluate and describe actions which affect
have the unique ability to change personal and      the global environment in terms of trade-offs
Environmental
MX78-03      Conservation                       societal behavior based on ethical considerations   that may have effects on local environments
Sciences
regarding other organisms, the planet as a whole    or economics.
and future generations.
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                      Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Conservation—Students understand that humans          Evaluate and describe actions which affect
have the unique ability to change personal and        the global environment in terms of trade-offs
Technology and Environmental
MX95-01                                       societal behavior based on ethical considerations     that may have effects on local environments
History           Sciences
regarding other organisms, the planet as a whole      or economics.
and future generations.
Conservation—Students understand that humans          Evaluate and describe actions which affect
have the unique ability to change personal and        the global environment in terms of trade-offs
Technology and Environmental
MX95-02                                       societal behavior based on ethical considerations     that may have effects on local environments
the Economy       Sciences
regarding other organisms, the planet as a whole      or economics.
and future generations.
Conservation—Students understand that humans          Evaluate and describe actions which affect
have the unique ability to change personal and        the global environment in terms of trade-offs
Judging           Environmental
MX95-03                                       societal behavior based on ethical considerations     that may have effects on local environments
Technology        Sciences
regarding other organisms, the planet as a whole      or economics.
and future generations.
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Explain that the scientific way of knowing
Perspectives— Students understand that science        uses a critique and consensus process (e.g.,
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         peer review, openness to criticism, logical
The Nature and men and women have contributed to the traditions      argument, skepticism).
Steps of the
PX48-01                        History of     of science. The ability to pursue activities and
Scientific Method
Science        careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Explain that the scientific way of knowing
Perspectives— Students understand that science        uses a critique and consensus process (e.g.,
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         peer review, openness to criticism, logical
The Nature and men and women have contributed to the traditions      argument, skepticism).
PX48-02      Be Skeptical      History of     of science. The ability to pursue activities and
Science        careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Explain that the scientific way of knowing
Perspectives— Students understand that science        uses a critique and consensus process (e.g.,
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         peer review, openness to criticism, logical
The Nature and men and women have contributed to the traditions      argument, skepticism).
PX48-03      Be Fair        History of     of science. The ability to pursue activities and
Science        careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Explain that the scientific way of knowing
Perspectives— Students understand that science        uses a critique and consensus process (e.g.,
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         peer review, openness to criticism, logical
The Nature and men and women have contributed to the traditions      argument, skepticism).
Know What Can
PX48-04                     History of     of science. The ability to pursue activities and
Go Wrong
Science        careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Investigate and explain how research
Perspectives— Students understand that science        emphasis is influenced by economic and
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         public policy.
The Nature and men and women have contributed to the traditions
Technology and
MX95-01                     History of     of science. The ability to pursue activities and
History
Science        careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                    Standard Text                                    Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Investigate and explain how research
Perspectives— Students understand that science        emphasis is influenced by economic and
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         public policy.
The Nature and men and women have contributed to the traditions
Technology and
MX95-02                     History of     of science. The ability to pursue activities and
the Economy
Science        careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Investigate and explain how research
Perspectives— Students understand that science        emphasis is influenced by economic and
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         public policy.
The Nature and men and women have contributed to the traditions
Judging
MX95-03                     History of     of science. The ability to pursue activities and
Technology
Science        careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Investigate and explain how scientific
Perspectives— Students understand that science        innovations that were originally challenged
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         are now widely accepted.
The Nature and men and women have contributed to the traditions
The Design
MX93-01                     History of     of science. The ability to pursue activities and
Process
Science        careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                     Standard Text                                    Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Investigate and explain how scientific
Perspectives— Students understand that science        innovations that were originally challenged
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         are now widely accepted.
The Nature and men and women have contributed to the traditions
MX94-01      Applied Science History of     of science. The ability to pursue activities and
Science        careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Investigate and explain how scientific
Perspectives— Students understand that science        innovations that were originally challenged
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         are now widely accepted.
The Nature and men and women have contributed to the traditions
MX94-02      Resources       History of     of science. The ability to pursue activities and
Science        careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Investigate and explain how scientific
Perspectives— Students understand that science        innovations that were originally challenged
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         are now widely accepted.
The Nature and men and women have contributed to the traditions
Technology in
MX94-03                      History of     of science. The ability to pursue activities and
Action
Science        careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                       Standard Text                                      Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Investigate and explain how scientific
Perspectives— Students understand that science        innovations that were originally challenged
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         are now widely accepted.
The Nature and       men and women have contributed to the traditions
Technology and
MX95-01                     History of           of science. The ability to pursue activities and
History
Science              careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Investigate and explain how scientific
Perspectives— Students understand that science        innovations that were originally challenged
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         are now widely accepted.
The Nature and       men and women have contributed to the traditions
Technology and
MX95-02                     History of           of science. The ability to pursue activities and
the Economy
Science              careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Scientific, Historical, and Technological             Investigate and explain how scientific
Perspectives— Students understand that science        innovations that were originally challenged
is a unique way of knowing about things. Many         are now widely accepted.
The Nature and   men and women have contributed to the traditions
Judging
MX95-03                         History of       of science. The ability to pursue activities and
Technology
Science          careers in science is accessible to people from all
cultures and all levels of ability., Scientific
Ethics)dents understand that humans have the
unique ability
Scientific        Systems, Models, Risk, and Predictions—Students       Use mathematical symbols and formulas to
Steps of the      Inquiry:          understand that a variety of models can be used to    express relationships that behave in the
PX48-01
Scientific Method Processes and     describe or predict things and events.                same ways as the objects or processes under
Skills                                                                  investigation.
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                      Standard Text                                 Objective Text
Strategy #         Name
Systems, Models, Risk, and Predictions—Students      Use models to identify and predict cause-
Scientific
understand that a variety of models can be used to   effect relationships (e.g., effect of
Steps of the      Inquiry:
PX48-01                                      describe or predict things and events.               temperature on gas volume, effect of carbon
Scientific Method Processes and
dioxide level on the greenhouse effect).
Skills
Scientific      Scientific Values and Attitudes—Students          Demonstrate curiosity, honesty, and
Inquiry:        understand that science is an active process of   skepticism in doing science.
PX48-02      Be Skeptical
Processes and   systematically examining the natural world.
Skills
Scientific      Scientific Values and Attitudes—Students          Evaluate multiple explanations for the same
Recognize
Inquiry:        understand that science is an active process of   evidence.
MX43-01      Conflicting
Processes and   systematically examining the natural world.
Viewpoints
Skills
Analyze and        Scientific      Scientific Values and Attitudes—Students          Evaluate multiple explanations for the same
Compare            Inquiry:        understand that science is an active process of   evidence.
MX43-02
Conflicting        Processes and   systematically examining the natural world.
Viewpoints         Skills
Scientific      Communication Skills—Students understand that a Analyze experimental procedures and
Interpret
Inquiry:        variety of communication methods can be used to suggest appropriate revisions for
MX42-02      Experimental
Processes and   share scientific information.                   improvement.
Results
Skills
Scientific      Communication Skills—Students understand that a Use tables, charts, and graphs in making
Inquiry:        variety of communication methods can be used to arguments and claims in oral and written
MX41-01      Graphs
Processes and   share scientific information.                   presentations.
Skills
Scientific      Communication Skills—Students understand that a Use tables, charts, and graphs in making
Inquiry:        variety of communication methods can be used to arguments and claims in oral and written
MX41-02      Diagrams
Processes and   share scientific information.                   presentations.
Skills
Scientific      Communication Skills—Students understand that a Use tables, charts, and graphs in making
Inquiry:        variety of communication methods can be used to arguments and claims in oral and written
MX41-03      Tables
Processes and   share scientific information.                   presentations.
Skills
Content: Social Studies

Standards Correlation Date: 9/03
Skill/ Strategy     Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                Standard Text                                    Objective Text
Name            Text
Rules and Law: Students know why society       Explain the concept of the rule of law in the
Structure of
MX103-01                            Civics     needs rules, laws, and governments.            establishment of the U.S. Constitution.
Government
Rules and Law: Students know why society       Explain the concept of the rule of law in the
MX104-01         Read the Rules     Civics     needs rules, laws, and governments.            establishment of the U.S. Constitution.

Rules and Law: Students know why society       Explain the influence of social contract theory,
needs rules, laws, and governments.            natural rights philosophy, and republicanism in
Structure of
MX103-01                            Civics                                                    the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of
Government
Confederation, and the U.S. Constitution.

Rules and Law: Students know why society       Identify and explain changes in the interpretation
Structure of
MX103-01                            Civics     needs rules, laws, and governments.            and application of the U.S. Constitution
Government
The U.S. Government: Students know the        Examine the organization of the U.S.
Structure of                  United States Constitution and the government Constitution and describe the structure it creates,
MX103-01                            Civics
Government                    it creates.                                   including the executive, legislative, and judicial
branches.
The U.S. Government: Students know the        Describe the creation of laws through the
Structure of
MX103-01                            Civics     United States Constitution and the government legislative process.
Government
it creates.
The U.S. Government: Students know the        Analyze and give examples of the expansion of
Structure of                  United States Constitution and the government the national government through the application
MX103-01                            Civics
Government                    it creates.                                   of the enumerated and implied powers.

The U.S. Government: Students know the        Describe the duties of the executive branch,
Structure of
MX103-01                            Civics     United States Constitution and the government including Regulatory commission, White House
Government
it creates.                                   staff, Cabinet departments
Skill/ Strategy     Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                  Standard Text                                      Objective Text
Name            Text
The U.S. Government: Students know the             Describe the jurisdiction of the federal court
Structure of
MX103-01                            Civics     United States Constitution and the government      system and the power of judicial review.
Government
it creates.
The U.S. Government: Students know the             Explain the importance of the jury process in a
Structure of
MX103-01                            Civics     United States Constitution and the government      democratic society.
Government
it creates.
National and State Government: Students can        Explain the U.S. Constitutional provisions for
Structure of                  explain the relationship between the states        division of powers between the state and
MX103-01                            Civics
Government                    and national government.                           national governments (delegated, reserved,
concurrent powers).
The Political Process: Students describe the       Assess the processes by which leaders are
Making Decisions,
roles of political parties, interest groups, and   selected in the U.S. political system and analyze
Seeking
public opinion in the democratic process.          the role of the electoral college system in the
MX104-03         Consensus, and Civics
election of the President.
Resolving
Conflicts
The Political Process: Students describe the       Evaluate the significance of interest groups in
Making Decisions,
roles of political parties, interest groups, and   the political process of a democratic society.
Seeking
public opinion in the democratic process.
MX104-03         Consensus, and Civics
Resolving
Conflicts
The Political Process: Students describe the       Describe the process by which public policy is
Making Decisions,
roles of political parties, interest groups, and   formed and carried out.
Seeking
public opinion in the democratic process.
MX104-03         Consensus, and Civics
Resolving
Conflicts
Citizenship: Students know the roles, rights,      Examine the responsibilities of U.S. citizens.
Making Decisions,
and responsibilities of United States citizens
Seeking
and the symbols of our country.
MX104-03         Consensus, and Civics
Resolving
Conflicts
Skill/ Strategy     Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                 Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Name            Text
Citizenship: Students know the roles, rights,    Describe the development of the Bill of Rights
Making Decisions,
and responsibilities of United States citizens   and provide a contemporary application.
Seeking
and the symbols of our country.
MX104-03         Consensus, and Civics
Resolving
Conflicts
Citizenship: Students know the roles, rights,    Describe the development of the Bill of Rights
MX104-01         Read the Rules     Civics     and responsibilities of United States citizens   and provide a contemporary application.
and the symbols of our country.
Citizenship: Students know the roles, rights,    Describe the development of the Bill of Rights
Structure of
MX103-01                            Civics     and responsibilities of United States citizens   and provide a contemporary application.
Government
and the symbols of our country.
Citizenship: Students know the roles, rights,    Describe the development of the Bill of Rights
Revolution and the
MX96-03                             Civics     and responsibilities of United States citizens   and provide a contemporary application.
New Nation
and the symbols of our country.
Citizenship: Students know the roles, rights,    Analyze the United States Constitution and its
and responsibilities of United States citizens   amendments in protecting individual rights,
Structure of
MX103-01                            Civics     and the symbols of our country.                  including the Fourteenth Amendment's
Government
provisions for due process and equal protection.

Citizenship: Students know the roles, rights,    Analyze the United States Constitution and its
and responsibilities of United States citizens   amendments in protecting individual rights,
MX104-01         Read the Rules     Civics     and the symbols of our country.                  including the Fourteenth Amendment's
provisions for due process and equal protection.

Citizenship: Students know the roles, rights,    Describe the role of the United States Supreme
and responsibilities of United States citizens   Court as guardian of individual rights through the
and the symbols of our country.                  examination of landmark cases, including:Brown
MX104-01         Read the Rules     Civics                                                      v. Board of Education of Topeka, Gideon v.
Wainwright, Miranda v. Arizona, Tinker v. Des
Moines Independent Community School District.

State and Local Government: Students know        Explain the structure and function of state and
Structure of
MX103-01                            Civics     the structure and functions of state and local   local governments.
Government
governments.
Skill/ Strategy     Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                 Standard Text                                      Objective Text
Name            Text
Political and Economic Systems: Students         Summarize and evaluate the significant
explain the different political and economic     characteristics of the world's major political
Government
MX103-03                            Civics     systems in the world.                            systems, including:monarchy, presidential
Systems
system, totalitarian dictatorship, parliamentary
system communism
Political and Economic Systems: Students         Define and analyze the major economic systems
explain the different political and economic     of the world, including: capitalism, mixed
MX101-02         Economic Policy    Civics
systems in the world.                            economy, socialism, command economy

International Relations: Students know the       Analyze the conflict between U.S. policies of
Interactions                  political and economic relationship of the       isolationism versus intervention in world affairs.
MX105-01                            Civics
Among Nations                 United States and its citizens to other nations.

International Relations: Students know the       Identify and analyze the effectiveness of U.S.
political and economic relationship of the       foreign policy in dealing with international
Interactions
MX105-01                            Civics     United States and its citizens to other nations. problems and concerns including: diplomacy,
Among Nations
economic policy, humanitarian aid, military
intervention
International Relations: Students know the       Identify and analyze the effectiveness of U.S.
political and economic relationship of the       foreign policy in dealing with international
American Foreign
MX105-02                          Civics       United States and its citizens to other nations. problems and concerns including: diplomacy,
Policy
economic policy, humanitarian aid, military
intervention
International Relations: Students know the       Critique the role of international organizations,
Interactions                  political and economic relationship of the       such as the United Nations and non-
MX105-01                            Civics
Among Nations                 United States and its citizens to other nations. governmental organizations, in world affairs.

The Economic Way of Thinking: Students will Explain why choices and their costs may differ
use fundamental economic concepts,                across individuals and societies.
including scarcity, choice, cost, incentives, and
MX101-01         Back to Basics     Economics
costs versus benefits to describe and analyze
problems and opportunities, both individual
and social.
Skill/ Strategy    Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                  Standard Text                                       Objective Text
Name           Text
The Economic Way of Thinking: Students will         Examine decisions made by individuals,
use fundamental economic concepts,                  businesses, and government by comparing the
including scarcity, choice, cost, incentives, and   marginal benefits and marginal costs.
MX101-02         Economic Policy    Economics
costs versus benefits to describe and analyze
problems and opportunities, both individual
and social.
The Economic Way of Thinking: Students will         Examine decisions made by individuals,
use fundamental economic concepts,                  businesses, and government by comparing the
Be an Informed                 including scarcity, choice, cost, incentives, and   marginal benefits and marginal costs.
MX102-01                            Economics
Consumer                       costs versus benefits to describe and analyze
problems and opportunities, both individual
and social.
The Economic Way of Thinking: Students will         Examine decisions made by individuals,
use fundamental economic concepts,                  businesses, and government by comparing the
Understand                     including scarcity, choice, cost, incentives, and   marginal benefits and marginal costs.
MX102-02                           Economics
Business Behavior              costs versus benefits to describe and analyze
problems and opportunities, both individual
and social.
Functioning of Markets: Students will               Demonstrate an understanding that all voluntary
demonstrate an understanding of how markets         trade, by definition, benefits both parties.
work, including an understanding of why
Markets and
MX101-03                            Economics   markets form, how supply and demand
interact to determine market prices and
interest rates, and how changes in prices act
Functioning of Markets: Students will               Use the concepts of supply and demand to
demonstrate an understanding of how markets         analyze and predict the price changes occurring
work, including an understanding of why             in markets for goods and services.
MX101-01         Back to Basics     Economics   markets form, how supply and demand
interact to determine market prices and
interest rates, and how changes in prices act
Skill/ Strategy    Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                  Standard Text                                         Objective Text
Name           Text
Functioning of Markets: Students will               Use the concept of price elasticity to analyze
demonstrate an understanding of how markets         how buyers and sellers might adjust their
work, including an understanding of why             purchase and sales decisions in response to
MX101-01         Back to Basics     Economics   markets form, how supply and demand                 price changes.
interact to determine market prices and
interest rates, and how changes in prices act
Functioning of Markets: Students will               Discuss the effects of price controls (price
demonstrate an understanding of how markets         ceilings and price floors) (e.g., minimum wage,
work, including an understanding of why             rent control.).
MX101-01         Back to Basics     Economics   markets form, how supply and demand
interact to determine market prices and
interest rates, and how changes in prices act
Functioning of Markets: Students will               Use supply and demand to explain how interest
demonstrate an understanding of how markets         rates are determined.
work, including an understanding of why
MX101-01         Back to Basics     Economics   markets form, how supply and demand
interact to determine market prices and
interest rates, and how changes in prices act
Functioning of Markets: Students will               Analyze family spending decisions, drawing
demonstrate an understanding of how markets         conclusions about the desirability of making
work, including an understanding of why             substitutions, given the relative prices of various
Be an Informed
MX102-01                            Economics   markets form, how supply and demand                 substitutes.
Consumer
interact to determine market prices and
interest rates, and how changes in prices act
Private U.S. Economic Institutions: Students        Compare and contrast the services offered by
will describe the roles played by various U.S.      financial institutions, evaluating their usefulness
Be an Informed                 economic institutions, including, but not limited   to borrowers and lenders.
MX102-01                            Economics
Consumer                       to, financial institutions, labor unions,
corporations, and not-for-profit organizations.
Skill/ Strategy    Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                 Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Name           Text
The U.S. Economy as a Whole: Students will      Discuss how an economy determines what
demonstrate an understanding of the U.S.        goods and services will be produced, how they
economic system as a whole in terms of how it   will be produced, and who will receive them.
MX101-01         Back to Basics     Economics   allocates resources; determines the nation’s
production, income, unemployment, and price
levels; and leads to variations in individual
income levels.
The U.S. Economy as a Whole: Students will      Discuss how an economy determines what
demonstrate an understanding of the U.S.        goods and services will be produced, how they
economic system as a whole in terms of how it   will be produced, and who will receive them.
MX101-02         Economic Policy    Economics   allocates resources; determines the nation’s
production, income, unemployment, and price
levels; and leads to variations in individual
income levels.
The U.S. Economy as a Whole: Students will      Discuss how an economy determines what
demonstrate an understanding of the U.S.        goods and services will be produced, how they
economic system as a whole in terms of how it   will be produced, and who will receive them.
Markets and
MX101-03                            Economics   allocates resources; determines the nation’s
production, income, unemployment, and price
levels; and leads to variations in individual
income levels.
The U.S. Economy as a Whole: Students will      Explain how and why changes in product
demonstrate an understanding of the U.S.        demand can affect the price of the product,
economic system as a whole in terms of how it   which in turn can affect the wages paid to a
Understand
MX102-02                           Economics    allocates resources; determines the nation’s    worker.
production, income, unemployment, and price
levels; and leads to variations in individual
income levels.
An Evolving Economy: Students will              Examine government's impact on investment
demonstrate an understanding of how             through taxes, fees, government regulation,
Markets and
MX101-03                            Economics   investment, entrepreneurship, competition,      enterprise zones, and subsidies.
and specialization lead to changes in an
economy’s structure and performance.
Skill/ Strategy     Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                 Standard Text                                 Objective Text
Name            Text
An Evolving Economy: Students will           Examine government's impact on investment
demonstrate an understanding of how          through taxes, fees, government regulation,
Economic
MX101-04                            Economics   investment, entrepreneurship, competition,   enterprise zones, and subsidies.
Systems
and specialization lead to changes in an
economy’s structure and performance.
An Evolving Economy: Students will           Examine government's impact on investment
demonstrate an understanding of how          through taxes, fees, government regulation,
MX101-02         Economic Policy    Economics   investment, entrepreneurship, competition,   enterprise zones, and subsidies.
and specialization lead to changes in an
economy’s structure and performance.
The Role of Government in a Market           Explain why government provides public goods
Markets and
MX101-03                            Economics   Economy: Students will explain the role of   rather than allowing the market to provide them.
government in a market economy.
The Role of Government in a Market           Explain why government provides public goods
MX101-02         Economic Policy    Economics   Economy: Students will explain the role of   rather than allowing the market to provide them.
government in a market economy.
The Role of Government in a Market           Explain why government intervenes in markets in
MX101-02         Economic Policy    Economics   Economy: Students will explain the role of   response to externalities.
government in a market economy.
The Role of Government in a Market           Demonstrate an understanding that government
Economy: Students will explain the role of   must define, establish, and enforce property
MX101-02         Economic Policy    Economics
government in a market economy.              rights in order for markets to function.

The International Economy: Students explore    Analyze the pros and cons of foreign trade,
Markets and                  systems in order to demonstrate an
MX101-03                            Economics
Trade                        understanding of how they are connected,
through trade, to peoples and cultures
throughout the world.
The International Economy: Students explore    Describe some characteristics of non-U.S.
the characteristics of non-U.S. economic       economies that affect international trade.
Markets and                  systems in order to demonstrate an
MX101-03                            Economics
Trade                        understanding of how they are connected,
through trade, to peoples and cultures
throughout the world.
Skill/ Strategy     Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                  Standard Text                                       Objective Text
Name            Text
Chronology: Students use chronology to             Analyze and develop a position on a current
Find Parallels and
MX100-02                            History     organize and understand the sequence and           event.
Precedents
relationship of events.
Chronology: Students use chronology to             Analyze and develop a position on a current
Examine
MX100-03                             History    organize and understand the sequence and           event.
Influences
relationship of events.
Chronology: Students use chronology to             Analyze and develop a position on a current
Generate
MX100-04                             History    organize and understand the sequence and           event.
Alternatives
relationship of events.
Chronology: Students use chronology to             Analyze and develop a position on a current
Predict
MX100-05                             History    organize and understand the sequence and           event.
Consequences
relationship of events.
Chronology: Students use chronology to             Analyze and develop a position on a current
Present and
MX100-06                             History    organize and understand the sequence and           event.
Justify Results
relationship of events.
History Skills: Students will use social studies   Frame and evaluate historical questions from
Look at Different              vocabulary and concepts to engage in inquiry,      multiple viewpoints.
MX99-03                              History
Points of View                 in research, in analysis, and in decision
making.
History Skills: Students will use social studies   Integrate, analyze, and organize historical
Gather                         vocabulary and concepts to engage in inquiry,      information from a variety of sources.
MX99-01                              History
Information                    in research, in analysis, and in decision
making.
1700 to 1865: Students understand the              Explain the causes and results of the Industrial
people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to   Revolution.
MX97-01          Industrialization   History
the creation of new nations and distinctive
cultures.
1700 to 1865: Students understand the              Describe the causes and effects of wars with
Revolution and the             people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to   Europeans, including the French and Indian
MX96-03                             History
New Nation                     the creation of new nations and distinctive        War.
cultures.
1700 to 1865: Students understand the              Explain the political and economic causes and
Revolution and the             people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to   effects of the American Revolution.
MX96-03                             History
New Nation                     the creation of new nations and distinctive
cultures.
Skill/ Strategy     Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                 Standard Text                                       Objective Text
Name            Text
1700 to 1865: Students understand the              Describe the ideas of John Locke, Thomas
Revolution and the            people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to   Paine, and Thomas Jefferson and their
MX96-03                             History
New Nation                    the creation of new nations and distinctive        influences on the American Revolution and the
cultures.                                          formation of the United States.
1700 to 1865: Students understand the              Describe the events, course, and results of the
Revolution and the            people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to   American Revolutionary War, including the
MX96-03                             History
New Nation                    the creation of new nations and distinctive        contributions of African Americans and Native
cultures.                                          Americans.
1700 to 1865: Students understand the              Explain the issues of the Confederation period,
Revolution and the            people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to   including: War debts and finance, western land,
MX96-03                             History
New Nation                    the creation of new nations and distinctive        trade, taxation
cultures.
1700 to 1865: Students understand the              Describe the Constitution's underlying principles,
people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to   including: checks and balances, federalism,
Revolution and the
MX96-03                             History    the creation of new nations and distinctive        limited government, popular sovereignty,
New Nation
cultures.                                          separation of powers.

1700 to 1865: Students understand the              Describe the issues involved in the ratification of
Revolution and the            people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to   the Constitution, including: main ideas of the
MX96-03                             History
New Nation                    the creation of new nations and distinctive        Federalist Papers, main ideas of the Anti-
cultures.                                          Federalists, the Bill of Rights.
1700 to 1865: Students understand the              Explain issues, events, and the roles of key
people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to   individuals associated with the development of a
the creation of new nations and distinctive        national economic identity and foreign policy,
cultures.                                          including: development of the factory system and
Revolution and the                                                               impacts of significant inventions such as the
MX96-03                             History
New Nation                                                                       cotton gin and interchangeable parts; territorial,
trade, and shipping issues with Great Britain;
War of 1812; the creation of a national
transportation system; Monroe Doctrine, growth
and impact of immigration
Skill/ Strategy     Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                  Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Name            Text
1700 to 1865: Students understand the            Explain issues, events, and the roles of key
people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to individuals associated with the development of a
the creation of new nations and distinctive      national economic identity and foreign policy,
cultures.                                        including: development of the factory system and
impacts of significant inventions such as the
MX97-01          Industrialization   History
cotton gin and interchangeable parts; territorial,
trade, and shipping issues with Great Britain;
War of 1812; the creation of a national
transportation system; Monroe Doctrine, growth
and impact of immigration
1700 to 1865: Students understand the            Explain issues, events, and the roles of key
people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to individuals associated with the development of a
the creation of new nations and distinctive      national economic identity and foreign policy,
cultures.                                        including: development of the factory system and
Expansion and                                                                   impacts of significant inventions such as the
MX96-04                              History
Reform                                                                          cotton gin and interchangeable parts; territorial,
trade, and shipping issues with Great Britain;
War of 1812; the creation of a national
transportation system; Monroe Doctrine, growth
and impact of immigration
1700 to 1865: Students understand the            Explain issues, events, and the roles of key
people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to individuals associated with the development of a
the creation of new nations and distinctive      national economic identity and foreign policy,
cultures.                                        including: development of the factory system and
Civil War and                                                                   impacts of significant inventions such as the
MX96-05                              History
Reconstruction                                                                  cotton gin and interchangeable parts; territorial,
trade, and shipping issues with Great Britain;
War of 1812; the creation of a national
transportation system; Monroe Doctrine, growth
and impact of immigration
Skill/ Strategy     Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                  Standard Text                                       Objective Text
Name            Text
1700 to 1865: Students understand the              Describe the causes, key people, events, and
people, events, ideas, and conflicts that led to   outcome of the Civil War, including: states' rights
the creation of new nations and distinctive        and slavery, election of 1860, Frederick
Civil War and
MX96-05                              History    cultures.                                          Douglass/African American troops, President
Reconstruction
Lincoln, Emancipation Proclamation, Antietam,
Generals Grant and Lee
1860 to 1920: Students understand the              Summarize the successes and failures of the
Civil War and
MX96-05                              History    importance and impact of political, economic,      Reconstruction period.
Reconstruction
and social ideas.
1860 to 1920: Students understand the              Describe the key people and significant issues
importance and impact of political, economic,      concerning African American rights, including:
and social ideas.                                  Booker T. Washington and the Tuskegee
Civil War and
MX96-05                              History                                                       Institute, Black Codes and Jim Crow Laws,
Reconstruction
Plessy v. Ferguson, W.E.B. DuBois and the
NAACP, Ida B. Wells and the NACW.

1860 to 1920: Students understand the              Describe federal policy toward Native Americans
importance and impact of political, economic,      including: Dawes Act/Indian Reorganization Act
Civil War and
MX96-05                              History    and social ideas.                                  of 1934, Indian Boarding Schools, Indian
Reconstruction
Citizenship Act of 1924, Plains Wars, reservation
system.
1860 to 1920: Students understand the              Describe the effect of industrial technology
MX97-01          Industrialization   History    importance and impact of political, economic,      innovations and urbanization on United States
and social ideas.                                  social and economic development.
1860 to 1920: Students understand the              Explain the motivations for groups coming to the
MX97-01          Industrialization   History    importance and impact of political, economic,      United States and describe their contributions to
and social ideas.                                  United States society.
1860 to 1920: Students understand the              Describe nativism and explain the response to
MX97-01          Industrialization   History    importance and impact of political, economic,      immigration into the United States.
and social ideas.
1860 to 1920: Students understand the              Explain the origins and issues involved in the
importance and impact of political, economic,      labor movement.
MX97-01          Industrialization   History
and social ideas.
Skill/ Strategy     Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                Standard Text                                       Objective Text
Name            Text
1860 to 1920: Students understand the            Describe the causes, course, character, and
importance and impact of political, economic,    effects of World War I, including: imperialism,
Emergence of
MX97-02                             History    and social ideas.                                arms race and alliances, nationalism,
Modern America
weapons/tactics, Fourteen Points, Treaty of
Versailles.
1860 to 1920: Students understand the            Describe the causes and effects of the Russian
Emergence of                  importance and impact of political, economic,    Revolution: Romanovs, Lenin, Bolsheviks,
MX97-02                             History
Modern America                and social ideas.                                Russian Civil War.

The Twentieth Century, a Changing World:         Describe the causes of the Great Depression
1920 to 1945: Students understand the            and the policies and programs of the New Deal
Great Depression
MX97-03                           History      importance and effect of political, economic,    and their effects on social, political, economic,
and World War II
technological, and social changes in the world   and diplomatic institutions.
from 1920 to 1945.
The Twentieth Century, a Changing World:         Describe the causes, course, character, and
1920 to 1945: Students understand the            effects of World War II, including: legacy of
importance and effect of political, economic,    WWI, campaigns and strategies, atomic bomb,
Great Depression
MX97-03                           History      technological, and social changes in the world   significant military, political and scientific leaders,
and World War II
from 1920 to 1945.                               the Big Four, United Nations, United States
changing world status, war crimes trials.

The Twentieth Century, a Changing World:         Describe the causes, course, and effects of the
1920 to 1945: Students understand the            Holocaust, including: Aryan supremacy,
Great Depression
MX97-03                           History      importance and effect of political, economic,    Nuremburg Laws, Kristallnacht, Final Solution,
and World War II
technological, and social changes in the world   concentration and death camps, creation of
from 1920 to 1945.                               Israel.
The Twentieth Century, a Changing World:         Explain the effects of WWII on the homefront in
1920 to 1945: Students understand the            the United States, including: internment camps,
Great Depression
MX97-03                           History      importance and effect of political, economic,    technologies, economic developments,
and World War II
technological, and social changes in the world   propaganda, women/minority contributions, GI
from 1920 to 1945.                               Bill
Skill/ Strategy     Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                 Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Name            Text
The Twentieth Century, a Changing World:         Describe the causes and effects of the Cold
1945 to 1990: Students understand the shift of   War, including: Europe: Marshall Plan, Berlin,
MX97-04          The Post-War Era History      international relationships and power as well    NATO; Middle East: Egypt, Israel, Afghanistan;
as the significant developments in American      Asia: Japan, Korea; Americas: Cuba, United
culture.                                         States, Vietnam, China
The Twentieth Century, a Changing World:         Describe the effects of the Cold War on the
1945 to 1990: Students understand the shift of   United States, including: arms race and nuclear
MX97-04          The Post-War Era History      international relationships and power as well    testing, McCarthyism, space race, Cuban Missle
as the significant developments in American      Crisis.
culture.
The Twentieth Century, a Changing World:         Describe the cause, course, and character of the
1945 to 1990: Students understand the shift of   Korean War, including: United Nations Security
MX97-04          The Post-War Era History      international relationships and power as well    Council, Pusan Perimeter, General Mac Arthur,
as the significant developments in American      Inchon, Yalu River, 38th Parallel
culture.
The Twentieth Century, a Changing World:       Describe the major issues, events, and key
1945 to 1990: Students understand the shift of people of the Civil Rights and minority rights
international relationships and power as well  movements, including: Black Power Movement,
MX97-04          The Post-War Era History      as the significant developments in American    United Farm Workers, American Indian
culture.                                       Movement, Viva La Raza, Women's Rights
Movement, Americans with Disabilities Act, Civil
Rights Act of 1964.
The Twentieth Century, a Changing World:       Describe the major issues, events, and key
1945 to 1990: Students understand the shift of people of the Civil Rights and minority rights
international relationships and power as well  movements, including: Black Power Movement,
Contemporary
MX97-05                             History    as the significant developments in American    United Farm Workers, American Indian
America
culture.                                       Movement, Viva La Raza, Women's Rights
Movement, Americans with Disabilities Act, Civil
Rights Act of 1964.
The Twentieth Century, a Changing World:       Describe the changes in United States political
1945 to 1990: Students understand the shift of culture, including: the role of the media, the role
Contemporary
MX97-05                             History    international relationships and power as well  of women and minorities, Watergate, Iranian
America
as the significant developments in American    hostage crisis, Iran-contra affair, Grenada and
culture.                                       Panama.
Skill/ Strategy     Strand
Skill/ Strategy #                                                Standard Text                                      Objective Text
Name            Text
The Twentieth Century, a Changing World:         Describe the changes in United States political
1945 to 1990: Students understand the shift of   culture, including: the role of the media, the role
Contemporary
MX97-05                             History    international relationships and power as well    of women and minorities, Watergate, Iranian
America
as the significant developments in American      hostage crisis, Iran-contra affair, Grenada and
culture.                                         Panama.
The Twentieth Century, a Changing World:         Describe how international policies contributed to
1945 to 1990: Students understand the shift of   the end of the Cold War, including: recognition of
Interactions
MX105-01                            History    international relationships and power as well    China, détente, disarmament treaties, Star
Among Nations
as the significant developments in American      Wars, solidarity, glasnost.
culture.
New Challenges, 1990 to the Present:             Describe the regional and global effects of
Students understand the political, economic,     political and economic alliances.
Interactions
MX105-01                            History    social, and technological issues challenging
Among Nations
the world as it approaches and enters the new
millennium.
New Challenges, 1990 to the Present:             Explain the causes and effects of the Persian
Students understand the political, economic,     Gulf War, including: Kuwait invasion, world oil
Contemporary
MX97-05                             History    social, and technological issues challenging     supply, changing alliances.
America
the world as it approaches and enters the new
millennium.
New Challenges, 1990 to the Present:             Describe the changing political climate in the
Students understand the political, economic,     United States, including: the role of the media,
Contemporary
MX97-05                             History    social, and technological issues challenging     the Clinton impeachment.
America
the world as it approaches and enters the new
millennium.

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