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					VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

About this document: These 'VTS and State Standards' alignments are meant for individual teacher's use in
planning lessons and determining which state standards are addressed in VTS lessons and extension activities.
We DO NOT claim that VTS meets all the standards listed on these documents. They are designed to narrow,
but not eliminate, the standards that could possibly be met through VTS discussions, adaptations and
applications.


English Language Arts - 2006

                        Grade
Title                   Code          State ID     State Text
                                                   Discuss ideas and select a focus for group stories or other
Grade 1 lessons 1-5     1             1.4.1        writing.
Grade 1 lessons 1-5     1             1.7.1        Listen attentively.
Grade 1 lessons 1-5     1             1.7.2        Ask questions for clarification and understanding.
                                                   Discuss ideas and select a focus for group stories or other
Grade 1 lessons 6-10    1             1.4.1        writing.
Grade 1 lessons 6-10    1             1.7.1        Listen attentively.
Grade 1 lessons 6-10    1             1.7.2        Ask questions for clarification and understanding.

Grade 2 lessons 1-2     2             2.7.2        Ask for clarification and explanation of stories and ideas.
                                                   Discuss ideas and select a focus for group stories or other
Grade 2 lessons 3-4     1             1.4.1        writing.
Grade 2 lessons 3-4     1             1.7.1        Listen attentively.
Grade 2 lessons 3-4     1             1.7.2        Ask questions for clarification and understanding.

Grade 2 lessons 5-6     2             2.7.2        Ask for clarification and explanation of stories and ideas.

Grade 2 lessons 7-8     2             2.7.2        Ask for clarification and explanation of stories and ideas.

Grade 2 lessons 9-10    2             2.7.2        Ask for clarification and explanation of stories and ideas.
                                                   Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5         3             3.7.2        speaker.
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5         3             3.7.3        Answer questions completely and appropriately.
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                               Distinguish between the speaker's opinions and verifiable
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.11   facts.
                               Distinguish between cause and effect and between fact and
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.6    opinion in informational text.
                               Ask thoughtful questions and respond orally to relevant
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.1    questions with appropriate elaboration.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.15   speaker.

                               Evaluate the role of the media in focusing people's
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.10   attention on events and in forming their opinions on issues.

Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   5   5.7.1    Ask questions that seek information not already discussed.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.2    speaker.
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.3    Answer questions completely and appropriately.
                               Distinguish between the speaker's opinions and verifiable
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.11   facts.
                               Distinguish between cause and effect and between fact and
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.6    opinion in informational text.
                               Ask thoughtful questions and respond orally to relevant
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.1    questions with appropriate elaboration.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.15   speaker.

                               Evaluate the role of the media in focusing people's
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.10   attention on events and in forming their opinions on issues.

Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   5   5.7.1    Ask questions that seek information not already discussed.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.2    speaker.
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.3    Answer questions completely and appropriately.
                               Distinguish between the speaker's opinions and verifiable
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.11   facts.
                               Distinguish between cause and effect and between fact and
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.6    opinion in informational text.
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                               Ask thoughtful questions and respond orally to relevant
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.1    questions with appropriate elaboration.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.15   speaker.

                               Evaluate the role of the media in focusing people's
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.10   attention on events and in forming their opinions on issues.

Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   5   5.7.1    Ask questions that seek information not already discussed.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.2    speaker.
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.3    Answer questions completely and appropriately.
                               Distinguish between the speaker's opinions and verifiable
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.11   facts.
                               Distinguish between cause and effect and between fact and
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.6    opinion in informational text.
                               Ask thoughtful questions and respond orally to relevant
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.1    questions with appropriate elaboration.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.15   speaker.

                               Evaluate the role of the media in focusing people's
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.10   attention on events and in forming their opinions on issues.

Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   5   5.7.1    Ask questions that seek information not already discussed.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.2    speaker.
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.3    Answer questions completely and appropriately.
                               Distinguish between the speaker's opinions and verifiable
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.11   facts.
                               Distinguish between cause and effect and between fact and
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.6    opinion in informational text.
                               Ask thoughtful questions and respond orally to relevant
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.1    questions with appropriate elaboration.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.15   speaker.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

                               Evaluate the role of the media in focusing people's
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.10   attention on events and in forming their opinions on issues.

Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   5   5.7.1    Ask questions that seek information not already discussed.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.2    speaker.
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.3    Answer questions completely and appropriately.
                               Distinguish between the speaker's opinions and verifiable
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.11   facts.
                               Distinguish between cause and effect and between fact and
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.6    opinion in informational text.
                               Ask thoughtful questions and respond orally to relevant
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.1    questions with appropriate elaboration.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.15   speaker.

                               Evaluate the role of the media in focusing people's
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.10   attention on events and in forming their opinions on issues.

Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   5   5.7.1    Ask questions that seek information not already discussed.
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   0        develop a unified main idea.
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   0        use details to support the main idea.
                               show awareness of the knowledge and interests of the
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   0        audience.
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   0        establish a purpose and context.
                               Write for different purposes and to a specific audience or
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   3.5.5    person.
                               Write legibly in cursive, leaving space between letters in a
                               word, words in a sentence, and words and the edges of the
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   3.6.1    paper.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.2    speaker.
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.3    Answer questions completely and appropriately.
                               Distinguish between the speaker's opinions and verifiable
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.11   facts.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards
                               Distinguish between cause and effect and between fact and
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.6    opinion in informational text.
                               Select a focus, an organizational structure, and a point of
                               view based upon purpose, audience, length, and format
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   4.4.2    requirements for a piece of writing.
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   0        provide an introductory paragraph.
                               include supporting paragraphs with simple facts, details,
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   0        and explanations.
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   0        provide details and transitions to link paragraphs.
                               Use logical organizational structures for providing
                               information in writing, such as chronological order, cause
                               and effect, similarity and difference, and posing and
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   4.4.4    answering a question.
                               Write for different purposes (information, persuasion,
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   4.5.6    description) and to a specific audience or person.
                               Write smoothly and legibly in cursive, forming letters and
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   4.6.1    words that can be read by others.
                               Ask thoughtful questions and respond orally to relevant
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.1    questions with appropriate elaboration.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.15   speaker.

                               Evaluate the role of the media in focusing people's
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.10   attention on events and in forming their opinions on issues.
                               present important ideas or events in sequence or in
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   0        chronological order.
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   0        provide details and transitions to link paragraphs.
                               support a position with relevant evidence and effective
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   0        emotional appeals.
                               Write for different purposes (information, persuasion,
                               description) and to a specific audience or person, adjusting
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.6    tone and style as appropriate.

Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   5.7.1    Ask questions that seek information not already discussed.
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   0        develop a unified main idea.
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   0        use details to support the main idea.
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                               show awareness of the knowledge and interests of the
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   0        audience.
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   0        establish a purpose and context.
                               Write for different purposes and to a specific audience or
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   3.5.5    person.
                               Write legibly in cursive, leaving space between letters in a
                               word, words in a sentence, and words and the edges of the
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   3.6.1    paper.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.2    speaker.
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.3    Answer questions completely and appropriately.
                               Distinguish between the speaker's opinions and verifiable
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.11   facts.
                               Distinguish between cause and effect and between fact and
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.6    opinion in informational text.
                               Select a focus, an organizational structure, and a point of
                               view based upon purpose, audience, length, and format
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   4.4.2    requirements for a piece of writing.
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   0        provide an introductory paragraph.
                               include supporting paragraphs with simple facts, details,
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   0        and explanations.
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   0        provide details and transitions to link paragraphs.
                               Use logical organizational structures for providing
                               information in writing, such as chronological order, cause
                               and effect, similarity and difference, and posing and
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   4.4.4    answering a question.
                               Write for different purposes (information, persuasion,
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   4.5.6    description) and to a specific audience or person.
                               Write smoothly and legibly in cursive, forming letters and
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   4.6.1    words that can be read by others.
                               Ask thoughtful questions and respond orally to relevant
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.1    questions with appropriate elaboration.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.15   speaker.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

                               Evaluate the role of the media in focusing people's
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.10   attention on events and in forming their opinions on issues.
                               present important ideas or events in sequence or in
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   0        chronological order.
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   0        provide details and transitions to link paragraphs.
                               support a position with relevant evidence and effective
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   0        emotional appeals.
                               Write for different purposes (information, persuasion,
                               description) and to a specific audience or person, adjusting
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.6    tone and style as appropriate.

Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   5.7.1    Ask questions that seek information not already discussed.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.2    speaker.
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.3    Answer questions completely and appropriately.
                               Distinguish between the speaker's opinions and verifiable
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   3   3.7.11   facts.
                               Distinguish between cause and effect and between fact and
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.6    opinion in informational text.
                               Ask thoughtful questions and respond orally to relevant
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.1    questions with appropriate elaboration.
                               Connect and relate experiences and ideas to those of a
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.15   speaker.

                               Evaluate the role of the media in focusing people's
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   4   4.7.10   attention on events and in forming their opinions on issues.

Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   5   5.7.1    Ask questions that seek information not already discussed.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

About this document: These 'VTS and State Standards' alignments are meant for individual teacher's use in
planning lessons and determining which state standards are addressed in VTS lessons and extension
activities. We DO NOT claim that VTS meets all the standards listed on these documents. They are
designed to narrow, but not eliminate, the standards that could possibly be met through VTS discussions,
adaptations and applications.


Science - 2006

                       Grade
Title                  Code          State ID     State Text
                                                  Observe plants and animals, describing how they are
                                                  alike and how they are different in the way they look
Grade K lessons 1-7    K             K.4.2        and in the things they do.
                                                  Observe plants and animals, describing how they are
                                                  alike and how they are different in the way they look
Grade K lessons 8-10   K             K.4.2        and in the things they do.
                                                  Observe, describe, draw, and sort objects carefully to
Grade 1 lessons 1-5    1             1.1.1        learn about them.
                                                  Investigate and make observations to seek answers to
                                                  questions about the world, such as "In what ways do
Grade 1 lessons 1-5    1             1.1.2        animals move?"
                                                  Use tools, such as rulers and magnifiers, to investigate
Grade 1 lessons 1-5    1             1.1.4        the world and make observations.
                                                  Describe and compare objects in terms of number,
Grade 1 lessons 1-5    1             1.2.6        shape, texture, size, weight, color, and motion.
                                                  Write brief informational descriptions of a real object,
                                                  person, place, or event using information from
Grade 1 lessons 1-5    1             1.2.7        observations.
                                                  Observe, describe, draw, and sort objects carefully to
Grade 1 lessons 6-10   1             1.1.1        learn about them.
                                                  Investigate and make observations to seek answers to
                                                  questions about the world, such as "In what ways do
Grade 1 lessons 6-10   1             1.1.2        animals move?"
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                                   Use tools, such as rulers and magnifiers, to investigate
Grade 1 lessons 6-10   1   1.1.4   the world and make observations.
                                   Describe and compare objects in terms of number,
Grade 1 lessons 6-10   1   1.2.6   shape, texture, size, weight, color, and motion.
                                   Write brief informational descriptions of a real object,
                                   person, place, or event using information from
Grade 1 lessons 6-10   1   1.2.7   observations.
                                   Describe, both in writing and verbally, objects as
                                   accurately as possible and compare observations with
Grade 2 lessons 1-2    2   2.1.3   those of other people.
                                   Make new observations when there is disagreement
Grade 2 lessons 1-2    2   2.1.4   among initial observations.
                                   Demonstrate the ability to work with a team but still
                                   reach and communicate one's own conclusions about
Grade 2 lessons 1-2    2   2.1.5   findings.
                                   Use tools to investigate, observe, measure, design, and
Grade 2 lessons 1-2    2   2.1.6   build things.
                                   Observe, describe, draw, and sort objects carefully to
Grade 2 lessons 3-4    1   1.1.1   learn about them.
                                   Investigate and make observations to seek answers to
                                   questions about the world, such as "In what ways do
Grade 2 lessons 3-4    1   1.1.2   animals move?"
                                   Use tools, such as rulers and magnifiers, to investigate
Grade 2 lessons 3-4    1   1.1.4   the world and make observations.
                                   Describe and compare objects in terms of number,
Grade 2 lessons 3-4    1   1.2.6   shape, texture, size, weight, color, and motion.
                                   Write brief informational descriptions of a real object,
                                   person, place, or event using information from
Grade 2 lessons 3-4    1   1.2.7   observations.
                                   Describe, both in writing and verbally, objects as
                                   accurately as possible and compare observations with
Grade 2 lessons 5-6    2   2.1.3   those of other people.
                                   Make new observations when there is disagreement
Grade 2 lessons 5-6    2   2.1.4   among initial observations.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards
                                   Demonstrate the ability to work with a team but still
                                   reach and communicate one's own conclusions about
Grade 2 lessons 5-6    2   2.1.5   findings.
                                   Use tools to investigate, observe, measure, design, and
Grade 2 lessons 5-6    2   2.1.6   build things.
                                   Describe, both in writing and verbally, objects as
                                   accurately as possible and compare observations with
Grade 2 lessons 7-8    2   2.1.3   those of other people.
                                   Make new observations when there is disagreement
Grade 2 lessons 7-8    2   2.1.4   among initial observations.
                                   Demonstrate the ability to work with a team but still
                                   reach and communicate one's own conclusions about
Grade 2 lessons 7-8    2   2.1.5   findings.
                                   Use tools to investigate, observe, measure, design, and
Grade 2 lessons 7-8    2   2.1.6   build things.
                                   Describe, both in writing and verbally, objects as
                                   accurately as possible and compare observations with
Grade 2 lessons 9-10   2   2.1.3   those of other people.
                                   Make new observations when there is disagreement
Grade 2 lessons 9-10   2   2.1.4   among initial observations.
                                   Demonstrate the ability to work with a team but still
                                   reach and communicate one's own conclusions about
Grade 2 lessons 9-10   2   2.1.5   findings.
                                   Use tools to investigate, observe, measure, design, and
Grade 2 lessons 9-10   2   2.1.6   build things.
                                   Participate in different types of guided scientific
                                   investigations, such as observing objects and events
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5        3   3.1.2   and collecting specimens for analysis.
                                   Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively while
                                   respecting the ideas of others and communicating one's
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5        3   3.1.5   own conclusions about findings.
                                   Ask "How do you know?" in appropriate situations and
                                   attempt reasonable answers when others ask the same
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5        3   3.2.7   question.
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                              Observe that and describe how some changes are very
                              slow and some are very fast and that some of these
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   3   3.6.5   changes may be hard to see and/or record.

                              Explain that clear communication is an essential part of
                              doing science since it enables scientists to inform others
                              about their work, to expose their ideas to evaluation by
                              other scientists, and to allow scientists to stay informed
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   4   4.1.3   about scientific discoveries around the world.
                              Use numerical data to describe and compare objects and
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.4   events.

                              Choose appropriate common materials for making
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   5   5.2.3   simple mechanical constructions and repairing things.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that heating and
                              cooling cause changes in the properties of materials,
                              such as water turning into steam by boiling and water
                              turning into ice by freezing. Notice that many kinds of
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.8   changes occur faster at higher temperatures.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that when warmer
                              things are put with cooler ones, the warm ones lose
                              heat and the cool ones gain it until they are all at the
                              same temperature. Demonstrate that a warmer object
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.9   can warm a cooler one by contact or at a distance.

                              Observe and describe that some living things consist of
                              a single cell that needs food, water, air, a way to
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.2   dispose of waste, and an environment in which to live.

                              Observe and explain that some organisms are made of a
                              collection of similar cells that benefit from cooperating.
                              Explain that some organisms' cells, such as human
                              nerve and muscle cells, vary greatly in appearance and
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.3   perform very different roles in the organism.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards
                              Observe that and describe how fossils can be compared
                              to one another and to living organisms according to
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.8   their similarities and differences.
                              Demonstrate that areas of irregular shapes can be found
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.5   by dividing them into squares and triangles.
                              Describe and use drawings to show shapes and compare
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.6   locations of things very different in size.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that things change in
                              steady, repetitive, or irregular ways, such as toy cars
                              continuing in the same direction and air temperature
                              reaching a high or low value. Note that the best way to
                              tell which kinds of changes are happening is to make a
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   5   5.6.4   table or a graph of measurements.
                              Participate in different types of guided scientific
                              investigations, such as observing objects and events
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.2   and collecting specimens for analysis.
                              Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively while
                              respecting the ideas of others and communicating one's
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.5   own conclusions about findings.
                              Ask "How do you know?" in appropriate situations and
                              attempt reasonable answers when others ask the same
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   3   3.2.7   question.
                              Observe that and describe how some changes are very
                              slow and some are very fast and that some of these
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   3   3.6.5   changes may be hard to see and/or record.

                              Explain that clear communication is an essential part of
                              doing science since it enables scientists to inform others
                              about their work, to expose their ideas to evaluation by
                              other scientists, and to allow scientists to stay informed
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   4   4.1.3   about scientific discoveries around the world.
                              Use numerical data to describe and compare objects and
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.4   events.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

                              Choose appropriate common materials for making
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   5   5.2.3   simple mechanical constructions and repairing things.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that heating and
                              cooling cause changes in the properties of materials,
                              such as water turning into steam by boiling and water
                              turning into ice by freezing. Notice that many kinds of
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.8   changes occur faster at higher temperatures.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that when warmer
                              things are put with cooler ones, the warm ones lose
                              heat and the cool ones gain it until they are all at the
                              same temperature. Demonstrate that a warmer object
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.9   can warm a cooler one by contact or at a distance.

                              Observe and describe that some living things consist of
                              a single cell that needs food, water, air, a way to
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.2   dispose of waste, and an environment in which to live.

                              Observe and explain that some organisms are made of a
                              collection of similar cells that benefit from cooperating.
                              Explain that some organisms' cells, such as human
                              nerve and muscle cells, vary greatly in appearance and
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.3   perform very different roles in the organism.
                              Observe that and describe how fossils can be compared
                              to one another and to living organisms according to
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.8   their similarities and differences.
                              Demonstrate that areas of irregular shapes can be found
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.5   by dividing them into squares and triangles.
                              Describe and use drawings to show shapes and compare
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.6   locations of things very different in size.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that things change in
                              steady, repetitive, or irregular ways, such as toy cars
                              continuing in the same direction and air temperature
                              reaching a high or low value. Note that the best way to
                              tell which kinds of changes are happening is to make a
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   5   5.6.4   table or a graph of measurements.
                              Participate in different types of guided scientific
                              investigations, such as observing objects and events
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.2   and collecting specimens for analysis.
                              Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively while
                              respecting the ideas of others and communicating one's
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.5   own conclusions about findings.
                              Ask "How do you know?" in appropriate situations and
                              attempt reasonable answers when others ask the same
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   3   3.2.7   question.
                              Observe that and describe how some changes are very
                              slow and some are very fast and that some of these
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   3   3.6.5   changes may be hard to see and/or record.

                              Explain that clear communication is an essential part of
                              doing science since it enables scientists to inform others
                              about their work, to expose their ideas to evaluation by
                              other scientists, and to allow scientists to stay informed
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   4   4.1.3   about scientific discoveries around the world.
                              Use numerical data to describe and compare objects and
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.4   events.

                              Choose appropriate common materials for making
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   5   5.2.3   simple mechanical constructions and repairing things.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that heating and
                              cooling cause changes in the properties of materials,
                              such as water turning into steam by boiling and water
                              turning into ice by freezing. Notice that many kinds of
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.8   changes occur faster at higher temperatures.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that when warmer
                              things are put with cooler ones, the warm ones lose
                              heat and the cool ones gain it until they are all at the
                              same temperature. Demonstrate that a warmer object
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.9   can warm a cooler one by contact or at a distance.

                              Observe and describe that some living things consist of
                              a single cell that needs food, water, air, a way to
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.2   dispose of waste, and an environment in which to live.

                              Observe and explain that some organisms are made of a
                              collection of similar cells that benefit from cooperating.
                              Explain that some organisms' cells, such as human
                              nerve and muscle cells, vary greatly in appearance and
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.3   perform very different roles in the organism.
                              Observe that and describe how fossils can be compared
                              to one another and to living organisms according to
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.8   their similarities and differences.
                              Demonstrate that areas of irregular shapes can be found
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.5   by dividing them into squares and triangles.
                              Describe and use drawings to show shapes and compare
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.6   locations of things very different in size.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that things change in
                              steady, repetitive, or irregular ways, such as toy cars
                              continuing in the same direction and air temperature
                              reaching a high or low value. Note that the best way to
                              tell which kinds of changes are happening is to make a
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   5   5.6.4   table or a graph of measurements.
                              Participate in different types of guided scientific
                              investigations, such as observing objects and events
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.2   and collecting specimens for analysis.
                              Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively while
                              respecting the ideas of others and communicating one's
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.5   own conclusions about findings.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards
                              Ask "How do you know?" in appropriate situations and
                              attempt reasonable answers when others ask the same
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   3   3.2.7   question.
                              Observe that and describe how some changes are very
                              slow and some are very fast and that some of these
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   3   3.6.5   changes may be hard to see and/or record.

                              Explain that clear communication is an essential part of
                              doing science since it enables scientists to inform others
                              about their work, to expose their ideas to evaluation by
                              other scientists, and to allow scientists to stay informed
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   4   4.1.3   about scientific discoveries around the world.
                              Use numerical data to describe and compare objects and
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.4   events.

                              Choose appropriate common materials for making
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   5   5.2.3   simple mechanical constructions and repairing things.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that heating and
                              cooling cause changes in the properties of materials,
                              such as water turning into steam by boiling and water
                              turning into ice by freezing. Notice that many kinds of
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.8   changes occur faster at higher temperatures.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that when warmer
                              things are put with cooler ones, the warm ones lose
                              heat and the cool ones gain it until they are all at the
                              same temperature. Demonstrate that a warmer object
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.9   can warm a cooler one by contact or at a distance.

                              Observe and describe that some living things consist of
                              a single cell that needs food, water, air, a way to
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.2   dispose of waste, and an environment in which to live.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

                              Observe and explain that some organisms are made of a
                              collection of similar cells that benefit from cooperating.
                              Explain that some organisms' cells, such as human
                              nerve and muscle cells, vary greatly in appearance and
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.3   perform very different roles in the organism.
                              Observe that and describe how fossils can be compared
                              to one another and to living organisms according to
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.8   their similarities and differences.
                              Demonstrate that areas of irregular shapes can be found
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.5   by dividing them into squares and triangles.
                              Describe and use drawings to show shapes and compare
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.6   locations of things very different in size.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that things change in
                              steady, repetitive, or irregular ways, such as toy cars
                              continuing in the same direction and air temperature
                              reaching a high or low value. Note that the best way to
                              tell which kinds of changes are happening is to make a
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   5   5.6.4   table or a graph of measurements.
                              Participate in different types of guided scientific
                              investigations, such as observing objects and events
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.2   and collecting specimens for analysis.
                              Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively while
                              respecting the ideas of others and communicating one's
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.5   own conclusions about findings.
                              Ask "How do you know?" in appropriate situations and
                              attempt reasonable answers when others ask the same
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   3   3.2.7   question.
                              Observe that and describe how some changes are very
                              slow and some are very fast and that some of these
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   3   3.6.5   changes may be hard to see and/or record.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

                              Explain that clear communication is an essential part of
                              doing science since it enables scientists to inform others
                              about their work, to expose their ideas to evaluation by
                              other scientists, and to allow scientists to stay informed
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   4   4.1.3   about scientific discoveries around the world.
                              Use numerical data to describe and compare objects and
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.4   events.

                              Choose appropriate common materials for making
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   5   5.2.3   simple mechanical constructions and repairing things.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that heating and
                              cooling cause changes in the properties of materials,
                              such as water turning into steam by boiling and water
                              turning into ice by freezing. Notice that many kinds of
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.8   changes occur faster at higher temperatures.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that when warmer
                              things are put with cooler ones, the warm ones lose
                              heat and the cool ones gain it until they are all at the
                              same temperature. Demonstrate that a warmer object
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.9   can warm a cooler one by contact or at a distance.

                              Observe and describe that some living things consist of
                              a single cell that needs food, water, air, a way to
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.2   dispose of waste, and an environment in which to live.

                              Observe and explain that some organisms are made of a
                              collection of similar cells that benefit from cooperating.
                              Explain that some organisms' cells, such as human
                              nerve and muscle cells, vary greatly in appearance and
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.3   perform very different roles in the organism.
                              Observe that and describe how fossils can be compared
                              to one another and to living organisms according to
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.8   their similarities and differences.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards
                              Demonstrate that areas of irregular shapes can be found
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.5   by dividing them into squares and triangles.
                              Describe and use drawings to show shapes and compare
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.6   locations of things very different in size.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that things change in
                              steady, repetitive, or irregular ways, such as toy cars
                              continuing in the same direction and air temperature
                              reaching a high or low value. Note that the best way to
                              tell which kinds of changes are happening is to make a
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   5   5.6.4   table or a graph of measurements.
                              Participate in different types of guided scientific
                              investigations, such as observing objects and events
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.2   and collecting specimens for analysis.
                              Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively while
                              respecting the ideas of others and communicating one's
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.5   own conclusions about findings.
                              Ask "How do you know?" in appropriate situations and
                              attempt reasonable answers when others ask the same
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   3   3.2.7   question.
                              Observe that and describe how some changes are very
                              slow and some are very fast and that some of these
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   3   3.6.5   changes may be hard to see and/or record.

                              Explain that clear communication is an essential part of
                              doing science since it enables scientists to inform others
                              about their work, to expose their ideas to evaluation by
                              other scientists, and to allow scientists to stay informed
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   4   4.1.3   about scientific discoveries around the world.
                              Use numerical data to describe and compare objects and
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.4   events.

                              Choose appropriate common materials for making
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   5   5.2.3   simple mechanical constructions and repairing things.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that heating and
                              cooling cause changes in the properties of materials,
                              such as water turning into steam by boiling and water
                              turning into ice by freezing. Notice that many kinds of
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.8   changes occur faster at higher temperatures.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that when warmer
                              things are put with cooler ones, the warm ones lose
                              heat and the cool ones gain it until they are all at the
                              same temperature. Demonstrate that a warmer object
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.9   can warm a cooler one by contact or at a distance.

                              Observe and describe that some living things consist of
                              a single cell that needs food, water, air, a way to
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.2   dispose of waste, and an environment in which to live.

                              Observe and explain that some organisms are made of a
                              collection of similar cells that benefit from cooperating.
                              Explain that some organisms' cells, such as human
                              nerve and muscle cells, vary greatly in appearance and
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.3   perform very different roles in the organism.
                              Observe that and describe how fossils can be compared
                              to one another and to living organisms according to
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.8   their similarities and differences.
                              Demonstrate that areas of irregular shapes can be found
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.5   by dividing them into squares and triangles.
                              Describe and use drawings to show shapes and compare
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.6   locations of things very different in size.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that things change in
                              steady, repetitive, or irregular ways, such as toy cars
                              continuing in the same direction and air temperature
                              reaching a high or low value. Note that the best way to
                              tell which kinds of changes are happening is to make a
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   5   5.6.4   table or a graph of measurements.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards
                              Participate in different types of guided scientific
                              investigations, such as observing objects and events
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.2   and collecting specimens for analysis.
                              Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively while
                              respecting the ideas of others and communicating one's
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.5   own conclusions about findings.
                              Ask "How do you know?" in appropriate situations and
                              attempt reasonable answers when others ask the same
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   3.2.7   question.
                              Observe that and describe how some changes are very
                              slow and some are very fast and that some of these
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   3.6.5   changes may be hard to see and/or record.

                              Explain that clear communication is an essential part of
                              doing science since it enables scientists to inform others
                              about their work, to expose their ideas to evaluation by
                              other scientists, and to allow scientists to stay informed
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   4.1.3   about scientific discoveries around the world.
                              Use numerical data to describe and compare objects and
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.4   events.

                              Choose appropriate common materials for making
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   5.2.3   simple mechanical constructions and repairing things.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that heating and
                              cooling cause changes in the properties of materials,
                              such as water turning into steam by boiling and water
                              turning into ice by freezing. Notice that many kinds of
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.8   changes occur faster at higher temperatures.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that when warmer
                              things are put with cooler ones, the warm ones lose
                              heat and the cool ones gain it until they are all at the
                              same temperature. Demonstrate that a warmer object
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.9   can warm a cooler one by contact or at a distance.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

                              Observe and describe that some living things consist of
                              a single cell that needs food, water, air, a way to
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.2   dispose of waste, and an environment in which to live.

                              Observe and explain that some organisms are made of a
                              collection of similar cells that benefit from cooperating.
                              Explain that some organisms' cells, such as human
                              nerve and muscle cells, vary greatly in appearance and
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.3   perform very different roles in the organism.
                              Observe that and describe how fossils can be compared
                              to one another and to living organisms according to
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.8   their similarities and differences.
                              Demonstrate that areas of irregular shapes can be found
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.5   by dividing them into squares and triangles.
                              Describe and use drawings to show shapes and compare
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.6   locations of things very different in size.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that things change in
                              steady, repetitive, or irregular ways, such as toy cars
                              continuing in the same direction and air temperature
                              reaching a high or low value. Note that the best way to
                              tell which kinds of changes are happening is to make a
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   5.6.4   table or a graph of measurements.
                              Participate in different types of guided scientific
                              investigations, such as observing objects and events
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.2   and collecting specimens for analysis.
                              Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively while
                              respecting the ideas of others and communicating one's
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.5   own conclusions about findings.
                              Ask "How do you know?" in appropriate situations and
                              attempt reasonable answers when others ask the same
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   3.2.7   question.
                              Observe that and describe how some changes are very
                              slow and some are very fast and that some of these
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   3.6.5   changes may be hard to see and/or record.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

                              Explain that clear communication is an essential part of
                              doing science since it enables scientists to inform others
                              about their work, to expose their ideas to evaluation by
                              other scientists, and to allow scientists to stay informed
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   4.1.3   about scientific discoveries around the world.
                              Use numerical data to describe and compare objects and
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.4   events.

                              Choose appropriate common materials for making
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   5.2.3   simple mechanical constructions and repairing things.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that heating and
                              cooling cause changes in the properties of materials,
                              such as water turning into steam by boiling and water
                              turning into ice by freezing. Notice that many kinds of
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.8   changes occur faster at higher temperatures.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that when warmer
                              things are put with cooler ones, the warm ones lose
                              heat and the cool ones gain it until they are all at the
                              same temperature. Demonstrate that a warmer object
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.9   can warm a cooler one by contact or at a distance.

                              Observe and describe that some living things consist of
                              a single cell that needs food, water, air, a way to
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.2   dispose of waste, and an environment in which to live.

                              Observe and explain that some organisms are made of a
                              collection of similar cells that benefit from cooperating.
                              Explain that some organisms' cells, such as human
                              nerve and muscle cells, vary greatly in appearance and
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.3   perform very different roles in the organism.
                              Observe that and describe how fossils can be compared
                              to one another and to living organisms according to
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.8   their similarities and differences.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards
                              Demonstrate that areas of irregular shapes can be found
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.5   by dividing them into squares and triangles.
                              Describe and use drawings to show shapes and compare
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.6   locations of things very different in size.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that things change in
                              steady, repetitive, or irregular ways, such as toy cars
                              continuing in the same direction and air temperature
                              reaching a high or low value. Note that the best way to
                              tell which kinds of changes are happening is to make a
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   5.6.4   table or a graph of measurements.
                              Participate in different types of guided scientific
                              investigations, such as observing objects and events
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.2   and collecting specimens for analysis.
                              Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively while
                              respecting the ideas of others and communicating one's
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   3   3.1.5   own conclusions about findings.
                              Ask "How do you know?" in appropriate situations and
                              attempt reasonable answers when others ask the same
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   3   3.2.7   question.
                              Observe that and describe how some changes are very
                              slow and some are very fast and that some of these
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   3   3.6.5   changes may be hard to see and/or record.

                              Explain that clear communication is an essential part of
                              doing science since it enables scientists to inform others
                              about their work, to expose their ideas to evaluation by
                              other scientists, and to allow scientists to stay informed
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   4   4.1.3   about scientific discoveries around the world.
                              Use numerical data to describe and compare objects and
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   4   4.2.4   events.

                              Choose appropriate common materials for making
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   5   5.2.3   simple mechanical constructions and repairing things.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that heating and
                              cooling cause changes in the properties of materials,
                              such as water turning into steam by boiling and water
                              turning into ice by freezing. Notice that many kinds of
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.8   changes occur faster at higher temperatures.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that when warmer
                              things are put with cooler ones, the warm ones lose
                              heat and the cool ones gain it until they are all at the
                              same temperature. Demonstrate that a warmer object
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   5   5.3.9   can warm a cooler one by contact or at a distance.

                              Observe and describe that some living things consist of
                              a single cell that needs food, water, air, a way to
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.2   dispose of waste, and an environment in which to live.

                              Observe and explain that some organisms are made of a
                              collection of similar cells that benefit from cooperating.
                              Explain that some organisms' cells, such as human
                              nerve and muscle cells, vary greatly in appearance and
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.3   perform very different roles in the organism.
                              Observe that and describe how fossils can be compared
                              to one another and to living organisms according to
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   5   5.4.8   their similarities and differences.
                              Demonstrate that areas of irregular shapes can be found
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.5   by dividing them into squares and triangles.
                              Describe and use drawings to show shapes and compare
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   5   5.5.6   locations of things very different in size.

                              Investigate, observe, and describe that things change in
                              steady, repetitive, or irregular ways, such as toy cars
                              continuing in the same direction and air temperature
                              reaching a high or low value. Note that the best way to
                              tell which kinds of changes are happening is to make a
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   5   5.6.4   table or a graph of measurements.
VTS and Indiana State Core Standards

About this document: These 'VTS and State Standards' alignments are meant for individual teacher's use in
planning lessons and determining which state standards are addressed in VTS lessons and extension activities.
We DO NOT claim that VTS meets all the standards listed on these documents. They are designed to narrow,
but not eliminate, the standards that could possibly be met through VTS discussions, adaptations and
applications.


Mathematics - 2008

                          Grade
Title                     Code          State ID     State Text

                                                     Identify, describe, sort, compare and classify objects by
Grade K lessons 1-7       K             0            shape, size, number of vertices and other attributes.

                                                     Identify, describe, sort, compare and classify objects by
Grade K lessons 8-10      K             0            shape, size, number of vertices and other attributes.
                                                     Identify, describe, compare, sort and draw triangles,
Grade 1 lessons 1-5       1             0            rectangles, squares and circles.
                                                     Identify, describe, compare, sort and draw triangles,
Grade 1 lessons 6-10      1             0            rectangles, squares and circles.

                                                     Recognize, identify, and describe attributes of common
                                                     shapes and solids (e.g., the same size and type of shape;
Grade 2 lessons 1-2       2             0            number of sides, edges, vertices; location).
                                                     Identify, describe, compare, sort and draw triangles,
Grade 2 lessons 3-4       1             0            rectangles, squares and circles.

                                                     Recognize, identify, and describe attributes of common
                                                     shapes and solids (e.g., the same size and type of shape;
Grade 2 lessons 5-6       2             0            number of sides, edges, vertices; location).
VTS and Indiana State Core Standards

                               Recognize, identify, and describe attributes of common
                               shapes and solids (e.g., the same size and type of shape;
Grade 2 lessons 7-8    2   0   number of sides, edges, vertices; location).

                               Recognize, identify, and describe attributes of common
                               shapes and solids (e.g., the same size and type of shape;
Grade 2 lessons 9-10   2   0   number of sides, edges, vertices; location).
                               Identify, describe and draw points, lines and line
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5        3   0   segments.
                               Identify, describe and draw parallel and perpendicular
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5        4   0   lines, and right, acute, obtuse and straight angles.
                               Measure angles and describe angles in degrees, and
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5        5   0   identify, classify and draw polygons and triangles.
                               Identify, describe and draw points, lines and line
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5        3   0   segments.
                               Identify, describe and draw parallel and perpendicular
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5        4   0   lines, and right, acute, obtuse and straight angles.
                               Measure angles and describe angles in degrees, and
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5        5   0   identify, classify and draw polygons and triangles.
                               Identify, describe and draw points, lines and line
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5        3   0   segments.
                               Identify, describe and draw parallel and perpendicular
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5        4   0   lines, and right, acute, obtuse and straight angles.
                               Measure angles and describe angles in degrees, and
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5        5   0   identify, classify and draw polygons and triangles.
                               Identify, describe and draw points, lines and line
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5        3   0   segments.
                               Identify, describe and draw parallel and perpendicular
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5        4   0   lines, and right, acute, obtuse and straight angles.
                               Measure angles and describe angles in degrees, and
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5        5   0   identify, classify and draw polygons and triangles.
                               Identify, describe and draw points, lines and line
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5        3   0   segments.
                               Identify, describe and draw parallel and perpendicular
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5        4   0   lines, and right, acute, obtuse and straight angles.
VTS and Indiana State Core Standards
                             Measure angles and describe angles in degrees, and
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   5   0      identify, classify and draw polygons and triangles.
                             Identify, describe and draw points, lines and line
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   3   0      segments.
                             Identify, describe and draw parallel and perpendicular
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   4   0      lines, and right, acute, obtuse and straight angles.
                             Measure angles and describe angles in degrees, and
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   5   0      identify, classify and draw polygons and triangles.
                             Identify, describe and draw points, lines and line
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   0      segments.
                             Identify, describe and draw parallel and perpendicular
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   0      lines, and right, acute, obtuse and straight angles.
                             Measure angles and describe angles in degrees, and
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   5   0      identify, classify and draw polygons and triangles.
                             Identify, describe and draw points, lines and line
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   0      segments.
                             Identify, describe and draw parallel and perpendicular
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   0      lines, and right, acute, obtuse and straight angles.
                             Measure angles and describe angles in degrees, and
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   5   0      identify, classify and draw polygons and triangles.
                             Identify, describe and draw points, lines and line
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   3   0      segments.
                             Identify, describe and draw parallel and perpendicular
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   4   0      lines, and right, acute, obtuse and straight angles.
                             Measure angles and describe angles in degrees, and
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   5   0      identify, classify and draw polygons and triangles.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

About this document: These 'VTS and State Standards' alignments are meant for individual teacher's use in
planning lessons and determining which state standards are addressed in VTS lessons and extension activities. We
DO NOT claim that VTS meets all the standards listed on these documents. They are designed to narrow, but not
eliminate, the standards that could possibly be met through VTS discussions, adaptations and applications.



Social Studies - 2007

                       Grade
Title                  Code         State ID      State Text

                                                  Explain changes in daily life in the community over time using
Grade 2 lessons 1-2    2            2.1.2         maps, photographs, news stories, Web sites or video images.

                                                  Explain changes in daily life in the community over time using
Grade 2 lessons 7-8    2            2.1.2         maps, photographs, news stories, Web sites or video images.

                                                  Explain changes in daily life in the community over time using
Grade 2 lessons 9-10   2            2.1.2         maps, photographs, news stories, Web sites or video images.

                                                  Use a variety of information resources to gather information
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5        3            3.2.7         about local, state and regional leaders and civic issues.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards

About this document: These 'VTS and State Standards' alignments are meant for individual teacher's use
in planning lessons and determining which state standards are addressed in VTS lessons and extension
activities. We DO NOT claim that VTS meets all the standards listed on these documents. They are
designed to narrow, but not eliminate, the standards that could possibly be met through VTS
discussions, adaptations and applications.


Social Studies - 2000

                  Grade
Title             Code         State ID      State Text
                                             Identify factors that make the local community unique,
                                             including how the community is enriched through foods,
                                             crafts, customs, languages, music, visual arts,
                                             architecture, dance, and drama representing various
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   3            3.5.4         cultures.
                                             Describe the role of Indiana artists in American visual
Lesson 1 Gr 3-5   4            4.5.4         arts, literature, music, dance, and theatre.
                                             Identify factors that make the local community unique,
                                             including how the community is enriched through foods,
                                             crafts, customs, languages, music, visual arts,
                                             architecture, dance, and drama representing various
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   3            3.5.4         cultures.
                                             Describe the role of Indiana artists in American visual
Lesson 2 Gr 3-5   4            4.5.4         arts, literature, music, dance, and theatre.
                                             Identify factors that make the local community unique,
                                             including how the community is enriched through foods,
                                             crafts, customs, languages, music, visual arts,
                                             architecture, dance, and drama representing various
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   3            3.5.4         cultures.
                                             Describe the role of Indiana artists in American visual
Lesson 3 Gr 3-5   4            4.5.4         arts, literature, music, dance, and theatre.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards
                              Identify factors that make the local community unique,
                              including how the community is enriched through foods,
                              crafts, customs, languages, music, visual arts,
                              architecture, dance, and drama representing various
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   3   3.5.4   cultures.
                              Describe the role of Indiana artists in American visual
Lesson 4 Gr 3-5   4   4.5.4   arts, literature, music, dance, and theatre.
                              Identify factors that make the local community unique,
                              including how the community is enriched through foods,
                              crafts, customs, languages, music, visual arts,
                              architecture, dance, and drama representing various
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   3   3.5.4   cultures.
                              Describe the role of Indiana artists in American visual
Lesson 5 Gr 3-5   4   4.5.4   arts, literature, music, dance, and theatre.
                              Identify factors that make the local community unique,
                              including how the community is enriched through foods,
                              crafts, customs, languages, music, visual arts,
                              architecture, dance, and drama representing various
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   3   3.5.4   cultures.
                              Describe the role of Indiana artists in American visual
Lesson 6 Gr 3-5   4   4.5.4   arts, literature, music, dance, and theatre.
                              Identify factors that make the local community unique,
                              including how the community is enriched through foods,
                              crafts, customs, languages, music, visual arts,
                              architecture, dance, and drama representing various
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   3   3.5.4   cultures.
                              Describe the role of Indiana artists in American visual
Lesson 7 Gr 3-5   4   4.5.4   arts, literature, music, dance, and theatre.
                              Identify factors that make the local community unique,
                              including how the community is enriched through foods,
                              crafts, customs, languages, music, visual arts,
                              architecture, dance, and drama representing various
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   3   3.5.4   cultures.
                              Describe the role of Indiana artists in American visual
Lesson 8 Gr 3-5   4   4.5.4   arts, literature, music, dance, and theatre.
VTS and Indiana State Academic Standards
                              Identify factors that make the local community unique,
                              including how the community is enriched through foods,
                              crafts, customs, languages, music, visual arts,
                              architecture, dance, and drama representing various
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   3   3.5.4   cultures.
                              Describe the role of Indiana artists in American visual
Lesson 9 Gr 3-5   4   4.5.4   arts, literature, music, dance, and theatre.

				
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