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					     EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH SCHOOL SYSTEM EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT SERVICES



                             IEP STATEMENTS
EDUCATIONAL NEEDS
  01201   Academic/Cognitive ( Eng, Lang., Math, Reading, Science tab 1, Sci.tab2, SocSt., etc…)
  01202     Motor
  01203     Vocational
  01204     Behavior
  01205     Self-Help
  01206     Communication
  01207     Social
REEVALUATION COMMENTS
  01300     Add Reevaluation Comments here
LEAP TEST ACCOMMODATIONS
  03101     Tests read aloud except for Reading Comprehension (name changes according to test)
  03102     Answers Recorded
  03103     Large Print
  03104     Braille
  03105     Small Group
  03106     Transferred Answers
  03107     Extended Time
  03108     Communication Assistance
  03110     Other:
  03111     Other: Assistive Technology
  03112     Individual
  03113     Assistive Technology:Describe
ACTIVITES WITH NON DISABLED PEERS
            The student is participating in activities with non-disabled peers (as noted above). Thus, no
  03200
            explanation is needed at this time
PERSONNEL SUPPORT NEEDS
  03300     No supports are needed for School Personnel at this time.




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                              IEP STATEMENTS
ESY PROGRAM CRITERIA
  03401     Regression/Recoupment
  03402     Excessive Absences
  03403     Self-Injurious Behavior
  03404     Critical Point of Instruction
  03405     Employment
  03406     Late Entry
  03407     Transition (ESYP)
LRE REJECTION REASON
            (Regular Class) This is the 'least' restrictive environment. Therefore, justification is not
  05101
            needed for this setting.
            (Resource with Regular Classes) The student was placed in a less restrictive environment.
  05102
            Therefore, justification is not needed for this setting.
            (Self-Contained Class on Regular Campus) The student was placed in a less restrictive
  05103
            environment. Therefore, justification is not needed for this setting.
            (Special School) The student was placed in a less restrictive environment. Therefore,
  05104
            justification is not needed for this setting.
            (Hospital/Homebound) The student was placed in a less restrictive environment.
  05105
            Therefore, justification is not needed for this setting.
SITE DETERMINATION ASSURANCE
  07000     Site Determination statement to go here.
INSTRUCTIONAL MINUTES
  08001     370 Minutes (Elementary)
  08002     371 Minutes (Middle/High)




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             GENERAL STUDENT INFORMATION
STATEMENTS
                             _____is a _____ year old _____ grade student who has been receiving
              General
                             Special Education Services for the past _____ years. He/She is currently
 01100        Student
                             in a _____setting. _____has repeated _____ grade(s) or has never
            Information
                             repeated a grade.
              Parental
 01101                       Parental concerns are _____
             Concerns
             Evaluation      The last evaluation was conducted on _____and priorities included
 01102     /Reevaluation     _______.       Re-evaluation priorities have been included in the student's
              Results        current IEP.
                             Based on ___ (blank) Testing, ___'s current levels of performance are:
           Present Levels    Reading ___, Math ___, Spelling ___. ___has a disability of ___ and
 01103
           of Performance    his/her disability impedes his/her involvement and progress in ___
                             because of ___.
            Progress in      ___ has received direct instruction in the general curriculum. Access to
 01104       General         the general curriculum was provided by ___. ___ did/did not make
            Curriculum       satisfactory progress in the general education curriculum. (Explain why).
           IEP Objective     A review of the IEP indicates that ___ achieved ___/___ objectives in
 01105
           Achievement       ___(Subject).
              Student
                             The Student Information Processing Profile (SIPP) results include
            Information
 01106                       weaknesses in ___ and strengths in ___. Access to the general
            Processing
                             curriculum can be achieved through adaptations in these areas.
           Profile Results
           Modifications     Modifications/Accommodations in all classes include ___.
 01107
              Needed         Accommodations needed for LEAP testing include ___.
                             Strengths are ___. Support needs are ___. List any supports needed by
            Strengths &
 01108                       the student ___. (e.g.: Training in Social Skills, Vocational skills, Anger
           Support Needs
                             Management Techniques, etc.)
            Instructional    Instructional methods that have been successful include ___. It appears
 01109
              Methods        that ___ learns best through ___ methods.
            Assessment
 01110                       Statewide assessment results are: (List name of test and result).
              Results
             Transition
 01111                       Transition Program needs are not a concern at this time.
          Program Needs
                             ___'s behavior is appropriate/inappropriate and does/does not interfere
             Behavior        with his/her educational performance. (Explain inappropriate behavior).
 01112
             Concerns        The following behavior strategies and supports are being implemented...
                             (see GSI sample statements).
           Limited English
 01113       Proficiency     Limited English proficiency needs are not a concern at this time.
               Needs
              Visually
             Impaired
 01114                       Visually Impaired Concerns are ______.
              Student
             Concerns
                             ___ receives ___ for ___ deficits. (Include frequency, setting, and
            Communica-
 01115                       duration of service/therapy). Also list any devices or methods the student
             tion Needs
                             needs.
             Assistive
 01116                       Assistive technology is not a concern at this time.
            Technology
                             Glasses/Hearing aids have/have not been prescribed. ___ has a
             Health &
 01117                       medical diagnosis of ___ and takes the following medications: Name
           Medical Needs
                             ___ Dosage ___ Times per day ___.
 01118      APE Needs        APE needs are not a concern at this time.




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    MODIFICATIONS/ACCOMMODATIONS NEEDED
Environment
  04101     Assign preferential seating.
  04102     Alter physical room environment.
  04103     Use learning centers.
  04104     Use notebook for assignments/materials/homework.
  04105     Provide individualized/small group instruction.
  04106     Assign peer tutors/work buddies/note takers.
  04107     Reduce/minimize distractions.
  04108     Consider alternative grouping.
  04109     Stand near the student when giving directions or correcting.
  04110     Provide adaptive equipment.
Teaching Strategies
  04201     Use visual strategies to teach to the student's learning style.
  04202     Use tactile strategies to teach to the student's learning style.
  04203     Use auditory strategies to teach to the student's learning style.
  04204     Use kinesthetic strategies to teach to the student's learning style.
  04205     Use multiple strategies to teach to the student's learning style.
  04210     Provide individualized/small group instruction/testing.
  04211     Use cooperative learning strategies.
  04212     Modify assignments as needed (e.g. vary length, limit items).
  04213     Break tasks and procedures into sequential steps.
  04214     Use strategies for mastery and over learning.
  04215     Teach concrete concepts before teaching abstract concepts.
  04216     Limit number of concepts introduced at any one time.
  04217     Utilize oral responses to assignments/tests.
  04218     Read class materials orally.
  04219     Provide practice activities and immediate feedback.
  04220     Outline notes/key sections of the text to emphasize main ideas.
  04221     Use hands on activities/manipulatives.
  04222     Use verbal and visual cues to reinforce instruction.
            Use tape recorders to provide options for the student to obtain information and
  04223
            demonstrate knowledge.
            Use calculators to provide options for the student to obtain information and demonstrate
  04224
            knowledge.
            Use word processors to provide options for the student to obtain information and
  04225
            demonstrate knowledge.
            Use interviews to provide options for the student to obtain information and demonstrate
  04226
            knowledge.
            Use alternative projects to provide options for the student to obtain information and
  04227
            demonstrate knowledge.
            Use oral projects to provide options for the student to obtain information and demonstrate
  04228
            knowledge.
  04230     Teach the student to use "Preview, Review & Predict" (think ahead) as a strategy.
  04231     Teach the student to use "Ask & Answer" (think during) as a strategy.
  04232     Teach the student to use "Summarize & Synthesize" (think back) as a strategy.
  04233     Provide opportunities for generalization of skills.
Materials
  04301     Shorten assignments.
  04302     Use text/workbooks/worksheets at a modified reading level.


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    MODIFICATIONS/ACCOMMODATIONS NEEDED
  04303    Provide learning materials to supplemental instruction.
  04304    Alter format of materials on page (type/highlighting/spacing).
  04305    Modify/repeat/model directions.
  04306    Utilize large print/Braille/recorded books.
  04307    Color code materials.
  04308    Transferred answers.
Time Demands
  04401    Increase the amount of time allowed to complete assignments and tests.
  04402    Limit amount of work required or length of tests.
  04403    Allow breaks during work periods or between tasks.
  04404    Provide cues and prepare for transitions in daily activities.




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       MODIFICATIONS/ACCOMMODATIONS NEEDED
Behavior Concerns
    04501        Assure curriculum is appropriate and needed modifications have been implemented.
    04502        Provide instruction in social skills.
    04503        Reinforce appropriate behavior.
    04504        Determine reason for behavior and teach replacement skills.
    04505        Establish procedures and routines to assist students in completing activities.
    04506        Conduct problem-solving sessions which focus on specific issues.
    04507        Offer systematic program to increase self esteem.
    04508        Conduct child-teacher conferences.
    04509        Modify the student's schedule.
    04510        Use token economy reinforcement strategies.
    04511        Organize and administer group contingent reward system.
                 Use a structured individualized behavior management plan which emphasizes positive
    04512
                 reinforcement techniques.
Other
    04601        Other
Assistive Technology
    04701        Calculator




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                                ENHANCEMENTS
Personnel Responsible
  00010     Special Education Teacher
  00011     Other - Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist
  00020     Regular Education Teacher
  00021     Special Education Teacher, Regular Education Teacher
  00030     Parent
  00031     Special Education Teacher, Speech/Language Therapist
  00040     Speech/Language Therapist
  00041     Special Education Teacher, Occupational Therapist
  00050     The Student
  00051     Special Education Teacher, Physical Therapist
  00060     Adaptive Physical Educator
  00070     Other -
  00080     Other - Occupational Therapist
  00090     Other - Physical Therapist
Criteria
  00601     100% accuracy
  00602     95% accuracy
  00603     90% accuracy
  00604     85% accuracy
  00605     80% accuracy
  00606     75% accuracy
  00607     70% accuracy
  00608     2 of 3 attempts
  00609     3 of 4 attempts
  00610     4 of 5 attempts
  00611     5 of 6 attempts
  00612     5 of 7 attempts
  00613     6 of 7 attempts
  00614     6 of 8 attempts
  00615     7 of 8 attempts
  00616     7 of 9 attempts
  00617     7 of 10 attempts
  00618     8 of 9 attempts
  00619     8 of 10 attempts
  00620     9 of 10 attempts
  00621     As measured by ___% of the grade level indicators on ___ grade level
  00622     ___% increase on the post test
  00623     Across all environments in the community
  00624     ___ minutes
  00625     Increased length of time from determined baseline
  00626     From a ___ (grade level) to a ___ (grade level)
  00627     By completing ___ of ___ objectives
  00628     In 3 out of 4 opportunities with 80% accuracy
  00629     For 15 seconds
  00630     For 30 seconds
  00631     For 45 seconds
  00632     For 1 minute
  00633     For 2 minutes
  00634     For 3 minutes
  00635     For 4 minutes
  00636     For 5 minutes
  00637     For 10 minutes
  00638     For 15 minutes
  00639     For 20 minutes
  00640     For 30 minutes
  00641     For 1 hour



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                              ENHANCEMENTS
00642     1 time daily
00643     2 times daily
00644     3 times daily
00645     4 times daily
00646     5 times daily
00647     Using single word utterances
00648     Using 2 word utterances
00649     Using 3 to 5 word utterances




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                               ENHANCEMENTS
Terminal Point of Review
  00701     Not Applicable
  00702     On a variable schedule each nine weeks
  00703     On 3 separate occasions
  00704     On 4 separate occasions
  00705     On 5 separate occasions
  00706     On 6 separate occasions
  00707     For 3 probe checks
  00708     For 4 probe checks
  00709     For 5 probe checks
  00710     For 6 probe checks
  00711     For 3 trials
  00712     For 4 trials
  00713     For 5 trials
  00714     For 6 trials
  00715     For 3 consecutive sessions
  00716     For 4 consecutive sessions
  00717     For 5 consecutive sessions
  00718     For 6 consecutive sessions
  00719     in a 2 week period
  00720     in a 3 week period
  00721     in a 4 week period
  00722     in a 5 week period
  00723     in a 6 week period
  00724     in a 7 week period
  00725     in an 8 week period
  00726     in a 9 week period
  00727     each 9 week period
  00728     by end of the 9 weeks
  00729     by the end of the 1st nine weeks
  00730     by the end of the 2nd nine weeks
  00731     by the end of the 3rd nine weeks
  00732     by the end of the 4th nine weeks
  00733     by the end of the 1st six weeks
  00734     by the end of the 2nd six weeks
  00735     by the end of the 3rd six weeks
  00736     by the end of the 4th six weeks
  00737     by the end of the 5th six weeks
  00738     by the end of the 6th six weeks
  00739     by the end of the school year
  00740     by the end of the IEP year
  00741     on 6 of 8 biweekly probes
  00742     on 7 of 10 biweekly probes
  00743     on 8 of 10 biweekly probes
  00744     on 9 of 10 biweekly probes
Method of Measurement
  00801     Report Card
  00802     Charting
  00803     Progress Reports
  00804     Checklist
  00805     Documentation Log
  00806     Graded Assignments
  00807     Standardized or Norm Reference Tests
  00808     Observational Data
  00809     Criterion-Referenced Tests
  00810     Teacher Made Tests
  00811     Work Samples



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                                  ENHANCEMENTS
  00812     Rubrics
  00813     Projects
  00814     Tally Sheets
  00815     Oral Testing
  00816     Grade Level Indicators
  00817     Performance Based Assessment
  00818     Developmental Scales
  00819     The student/Teacher Dialogue
  00820     Portfolio
  00821     Photographic Evidence
  00822     Media Articles
  00823     Video Evidence
  00824     Oral Presentation
  00825     Written Presentation
  00826     Completed Contract
  00827     Observation, Teacher-Made Test, Work Sample, Grade Level Assessment
  00828     Observational Log, Documentation Log
  00829     Teacher Observation , Charting
  00830     Teacher Observation, Data Collection Log
  00831     Teacher Observation, Data Collection Log, Progress Reports
  00832     Performance Based Assessment, Progress Reports
  00833     Report Card, Progress Report, Grade Level Indicators
  00834     Report Card, Documentation Log, Oral Testing
  00835     Portfolio, Oral Testing
  00836     Observational Data, Oral Testing
  00837     Performance Based Assessment, Checklist, Written Presentation
  00838     Media Articles, Portfolio, Completed Contract
                                     TRANSITION
Post School Outcomes
  00901     Student Interview
  00902     Family Interview
  00903     Teacher Interview
  00904     Observation
  00905     Testing
  00906     Vocational Sampling
  00907     Other
Transition Related Objective
  02001     This Objective is targeted for Transition.
                                    REGRESSION
Regression Recoupment Criterion
  02002     This Objective is targeted for Regression-Recoupment Criterion.




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                                 ENHANCEMENTS
Response Method
  00101      Postural changes (stiffen, relax)
  00102      Whole body movement (lunge)
  00103      Head movement
  00104      Arm movement
  00105      Leg movement
  00106      Facial expression (smile, frown)
  00107      Vocalizations (laugh, squeal, cry, etc..)
  00108      Purposeful movement toward desired object/person
  00109      Looking at desired object/person
  00110      Touching desired object/person
  00111      Guiding communication partner to desired object/person
  00112      Guiding communication partner's hand to desired object/person
  00113      Taking/giving desired object/person
  00114      Activating a single location switch
  00115      Using an unconventional gesture: _____
  00116      Using a conventional gesture: _____
  00117      Pointing to/touching object symbols
  00118      Taking/giving object symbols
  00119      Looking at object symbols
  00120      Pointing to/touching tactile symbols
  00121      Taking/giving tactile symbols
  00122      Looking at tactile symbols
  00123      Pointing to/touching photos
  00124      Taking/giving photos
  00125      Looking at photos
  00126      Pointing to/touching a nonstandard line-drawing
  00127      Taking/giving a nonstandard line-drawing
  00128      Looking at a nonstandard line-drawing
  00129      Pointing to/touching standard picture communication symbols
  00130      Taking/giving standard picture communication symbols
  00131      Looking at standard picture communication symbols
  00132      Pointing to/touching printed words
  00133      Looking at printed words
  00134      Pointing to/touching Brailed words
  00135      Using approximated manual signs
  00136      Using standard manual signs
  00137      Touching picture symbols on a communication board
  00138      Activating an augmentative communication device
Specific Behavior
  00201      Complete
  00202      Demonstrate
  00203      Execute
  00204      Follow
  00205      Identify
  00206      Imitate
  00207      Increase
  00208      Maintain
  00209      Participate in
  00210      Perform
  00211      Recognize
  00212      Tolerate
  00213      Observe
Adaptation
  00401      Independently
  00402      With physical prompting



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                                ENHANCEMENTS
00403     With verbal cues
00404     With physical assistance
00405     With verbal commands
00406     With visual cues
00407     Given individual instruction
00408     Given small group instruction
00409     Given cooperative learning group instruction
00410     Given whole group instruction
00411     Given an individual assignment
00412     Given a group assignment
00413     Given a whole class assignment
00414     Given small group activities
00415     Given whole class activities
00416     Given student initiated activities
00417     Given student choice activities
00418     Given teacher directed activities
00419     During leisure activities
00420     During unstructured activities
00421     Given functional/activity based instruction
00422     Given error-free learning strategies
00423     In classroom, school, and community environments
00424     Given shadow supervision
00425     Given positive behavioral supports
00426     Given a behavior modification plan
00427     Given an established routine
00428     Given a picture cue
00429     Given a picture schedule
00430     Given abundant practice
00431     Given daily practice
00432     Given multiple practice sessions daily
00433     Given extended time to respond
00434     Given worksheets
00435     Given activity sheets
00436     Given a primary pencil
00437     Given a pencil grip
00438     Given a weighted writing instrument
00439     Given a writing instrument with a built-up handle
00440     Using a writing instrument with a universal cuff
00441     Using a variety of writing instruments
00442     Using a slant board
00443     Given enlarged/large print materials
00444     Given high contrast/visually clear materials
00445     Given Braille materials
00446     Given raised line drawings
00447     Given materials presented orally
00448     Given unlined paper
00449     Given 3 line paper
00450     Using a scribe/tape recorder
00451     Using word processing/typewriting
00452     Using a Braille writer
00453     Given a short reading passage
00454     Given a short reading selection
00455     Given a paragraph
00456     Given a personal identification card
00457     Given a written/printed model
00458     Given sensory enriched materials (auditory, proprioceptive, tactile, olfactory, vestibular)
00459     Given materials that provide tactile input (sandpaper, fur, cotton, foil, etc.)
00460     Given materials that provide auditory input (ringing, buzzing, music, etc.)



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                               ENHANCEMENTS
          Given materials that provide proprioceptive input (weighted items, lotion, play-doh, sensory
00461
          tubs)
00462     Given materials that provide
00463     Given materials that provide olfactory input (essential oils, extracts, foods, etc.)
00464     Given materials that provide taste input (sweet, sour, salty, bitter, etc.)
00465     Given materials that provide vestibular input (swing, therapy ball, rocker, etc.)
00466     Given opportunities for fine motor movement
00467     Given opportunities for gross motor movement
00468     Given opportunities for movement
00469     Given movement activities
00470     Given multisensory instruction
00471     Given visual aides
00472     Given story/activity props
00473     Given manipulatives
00474     Given common objects found in the student's environment
00475     Given calculator
00476     Given computer based instruction
00477     Using a digital clock
00478     Using a standard analog clock
00479     Using an analog clock with manipulative hands
00480     Using real coins
00481     Given a predetermined amount of money
00482     Using a money cue card
00483     Using next-dollar strategy
00484     Given age-appropriate materials/activities
00485     Using an adaptive switch
00486     Using an adaptive switch with a latch timer
00487     Using a touch screen
00488     Using an augmentative communication device
00489     Given computer assisted instruction
00490     Given computer based instruction
00491     Given a 2 item vertical array
00492     Given a 2 item horizontal array
00493     Given a 3 item vertical array
00494     Given a 3 item horizontal array
00495     Given a 4 item array
00496     Given a 6 item array
00497     Given an 8 item array
00498     Given a __ item array
00501     Given proper positioning
00502     While wearing personal AFOs
00503     While positioned in personal wheelchair
00504     While positioned in wheelchair
00505     While positioned in personal walker
00506     While positioned in walker
00507     While positioned in a gait trainer
00508     While positioned in a prone stander
00509     While positioned in a supine stander
00510     While positioned in Rifton chair
00511     While positioned in Tumbleforms chair
00512     While positioned in an adaptive chair
00513     While positioned in cube chair with tray
00514     While positioned in cube chair without tray
00515     While positioned on a beanbag chair
00516     While positioned in adult's lap facing forward
00517     While positioned in supported sitting
00518     While positioned in supported, side-sitting
00519     While lying prone on a mat/wedge/bolster



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                              ENHANCEMENTS
00520     While lying supine on a mat/wedge/bolster
00521     Using an adaptive cup
00522     Using a cup with a straw and lid
00523     Using a spoon with a built-up handle
00524     Using a weighted spoon
00525     Using a right angled spoon
00526     Using a left angled spoon
00527     Using a universal cuff
00528     Using a scoop plate
00529     Given thickened liquids
00530     Given blended foods
00531     Given semi-solid and blended foods
00532     Given food cut into bite-size pieces
00559     Inventive Spelling
00560     Speech Synthesis Technology
00561     Verbalize Letter Formation
00562     Edit Own Written Language
00563     Error Monitoring Strategy
00564     Use Graph Paper for Projects
00565     On-Line Computer Dictionary/Thesaurus
00566     Story Planners
00567     Chart Fluency
00568     Dialogue Journals




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                        SIPP MODIFICATIONS
ACQUISITION
  00866     Alternative Projects
  00864     Buddy Reader
  00865     Ask Focused Questions
  00862     Cloze Reading
  00863     Choral Reading
  00311     Calculator/Math Grid
  00908     Communication Board
  00909     Concept Mastery
  00910     Cover Some Material On Page
  00911     Cut Window On Page
  00912     Dramatization Of Events
  00913     Finger Counting Strategy
  00914     Frequent Breaks In Instruction/Testing
  00916     Highlighted Text/Study Guides/Notes
  00917     Immediate Feedback
  00918     Individualized/Small Group Instruction
  00920     Learning Centers
  00921     Limit Number Of Concepts Introduced
  00922     Matching Symbols With Words
  00923     Math Manipulatives
  00924     Memorization Techniques
  00925     Mnemonics On Labels
  00928     Multi-Modality Materials
  00929     Notebook For Assignments/Materials/Homework
  00283     Modify Assignments
  00304     Intermittent Tutoring
  00306     Model Of Expected End Product
  00308     Copy Of Lecture Notes
  00310     Label Objects
  00313     Frequent Modeling
  00316     Designated Note Taker
  00319     Large Print
  00321     Cooperative Learning
  00322     Computer Assisted Instruction
  00489     Given computer assisted instruction
  00870     Language Experience
  00583     Modify/Repeat/Model Directions
  00301     Parallel Curriculum/Texts/Activities
  00302     Set Routines
  00305     Oral And Written Directions
  00309     Visualization With Verbalizations
  00314     Outline Of Videos
  00315     Focused Questions
  00318     Visual Imagery
  00451     Using word processing/typewriting
  00793     Tape Recorder
  00861     Read Class Materials Orally
  00930     Oral Reports
  00931     Oral Responses To Assignments/Tests


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                        SIPP MODIFICATIONS
00933     Peer Tutor
00934     Post Directions
00935     Practice Activities
00936     Preferential Seating
00938     Repetitive Reading
00939     Ruler To Pace Print
00941     Skimming
00942     Talk Through Letter Formation
00944     Time Lines
00945     Typing/Word Processing
00946     Color Overlays
00947     Verbal Cues
00948     Visual Cues
00949     Visual/Auditory Rhymes
00950     Word Predicting Techniques
00244     Use K-W-L Strategy
00245     Feedback on Homework
00246     Summarize for Note Taking
00247     "Fix-Up" Reading Strategy
00249     Concept Diagram
00250     Miscue Analysis
00252     Make Application New to Learning
00256     POSSE Strategy
00259     Self-Evaluation
00260     RAM Self-Questioning
00262     Self-Directed Questioning Strategy
00267     4Mat Philosophy
00951     Word Processors
00952     Who/What/When/Where Prompting
00962     Provide Opportunities for Generalization of Skills
00915     Graphic Displays
00303     Differentiated Assignments
00334     Scribe
00372     Appropriate Adaptive Materials for Legible Handwriting
00373     Permission to Skip Every Other Line
00377     Alternative Assessment Topics
00378     Variety of Testing Formats
00379     Adaptive Scoring and Test Administrative Options
00380     Alternative Grading Options
00693     Elaborative Interrogation
00695     Visual Imagery Strategy
00696     Cornell Method
00698     Multipass
00699     Slow-Rate Listening/Previewing
00775     STAD Cooperative Learning
00776     Class-Wide Peer Tutoring
00777     RIDER Visual Strategy
00778     New Principle Strategy
00779     "If/Then" Strategy
00781     Imaging



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                        SIPP MODIFICATIONS
 00867     Anagram Type Games
 00868     Who/What/Where/When/Why Methods
 00869     Sound/Symbol
 00873     Multi-Media Technology
 00875     Teach Fernald Approach
 00876     Teach Cursive Ghost Writing
 00877     Teach Spelling Through Singing
 00881     Use First and Last Sentences
 00882     End of Sentence Rap
 00883     Semantic Feature Analysis
 00885     Read Titles and Topic Sentences
 00886     Key Word Strategy
 00887     Interactive Teaching
 00889     Word Recognition Skills for Spelling
 00890     Taped Materials
 00891     Math Visuals
 00892     Peer Note Taker
 00893     Develop Visual-Vocabulary Matching
 00895     Phonological Rehearsal
 00896     Teach Visual Scanning
 00897     Teach Self-Instructional Strategy
 00898     Develop Visual Strategies for Reading
 00899     Teach Counting Strategy
STORAGE
 00951     Word Processors
 00952     Who/What/When/Where Prompting
 00289     Hands-On Activities
 00298     Ask And Answer
 00323     Frequent Review/Repetition
 00324     Cumulative Review Connecting New Information To Prior Knowledge
 00917     Immediate Feedback
 00918     Individualized/Small Group Instruction
 00958     Instructional Scaffolding
 00959     Italicized Words/Phrases
 00960     Limit Multiple Choices To Two Or Three
 00961     Multi-Disciplinary Presentation
 00962     Provide Opportunities For Generalization Of Skills
 00963     Outline To Emphasize Main Ideas
 00965     Preview, Review, Predict
 00966     Prompting With Clues/Hints
 00967     Provide Framework
 00968     Relate Materials To Environment
 00969     Sequential Steps
 00970     SQ3R
 00972     Supplementary Instruction
 00973     Teach To "Over Learn"
 00974     Teach To Learning Style
 00975     Text Read Aloud
 00976     Think Out Loud Method
 00954     Break Large Tasks Into Smaller Parts


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                         SIPP MODIFICATIONS
  00956     Give Specific Questions Prior To Reading Material
  00861     Read Class Materials Orally
  00921     Limit Number Of Concepts Introduced
  00933     Peer Tutor
  00929     Notebook For Assignments/Materials/Homework
  00268     Verbal/Visual Cues
  00244     Use K-W-L Strategy
  00245     Feedback on Homework
  00254     Formulate Summaries
  00258     Self-Directed Summarization
  00263     Simplify the Problem
  00188     Outline notes/key sections of the text to emphasize main ideas
  04106     Assign peer tutors/work buddies/note takers
  00935     Practice Activities
  00326     Present Written Materials in Different Formats
  00325     Redirection
  00273     Summarize and Synthesize
  00309     Visualization With Verbalizations
  00312     Frequent Changes in Instruction/Testing
  00317     Variety of Materials and Presentations to Accommodate Learning Styles
  00693     Elaborative Interrogation
  00776     Class-Wide Peer Tutoring
  00779     "If/Then" Strategy
  00780     Link System
  00785     List Steps for Assignment
  00788     Relate Items to Familiar
  00873     Multi-Media Technology
  00889     Word Recognition Skills for Spelling
  00890     Taped Materials
  00898     Develop Visual Strategies for Reading
RETRIEVAL
  00273     Summarize And Synthesize
  00309     Visualization With Verbalizations
  00325     Redirection
  00326     Present Written Material In Different Formats
  00289     Hands-On Activities
  00294     Extended Time
  00297     Calculator
  00331     Alert To Change In Math Operations
  00332     Alternative Tests
  00336     Oral Testing
  00341     Ask Graduated Questions
  00342     Eliminate Timed Tests
  00343     Graphic Organizers
  00355     Advance Organizers
  00982     Coding
  00983     Color Code Materials
  00984     Comprehension Strategies
  00985     Decrease Type/Amount Of Homework/Assignments
  00988     Guided Reading


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                       SIPP MODIFICATIONS
00990     Have Student Repeat Directions
00986     Generalization Of Skills
00917     Immediate Feedback
00918     Individualized/Small Group Instruction
00921     Limit Number Of Concepts Introduced
00935     Practice Activities
00994     Mnemonic Device
00996     Outline Notes/Textbook
00997     Peer Mediated Instruction
00270     Use Notebook For Assignments/Materials/Homework
00276     Provide Learning Materials To Supplement Instruction
00311     Calculator/Math Grid
00325     Redirection
00329     Repetition
00330     Oral Interviews
00333     Word Bank
00335     Visual And Hands-On Activities With Oral Presentations
00339     Time Frames For Assignments
00340     Directions Repeated By Student
00375     Allow Scribe To Write For Pupil
00792     Teach To Student's Learning Style
00793     Tape Recorder
00794     Steps Listed For Completion Of Assignments
00795     Spelling/Reading Coordination
00796     Reviews And Summaries
00797     Repeated Instruction
00861     Read Class Materials Orally
00583     Modify/Repeat/Model Directions
00265     Generalization Cards
00338     Hints/Cues
00307     Varied Mathematical/Computation Strategies
00317     Variety of Materials and Presentations to Accommodate Learning Styles
00320     Verbal Instruction
00328     Double Time for Testing
00372     Appropriate Adaptive Materials for Legible Handwriting
00377     Alternative Assessment Topics
00378     Variety of Testing Formats
00379     Adaptive Scoring and Test Administrative Options
00380     Alternative Grading Options
00693     Elaborative Interrogation
00776     Class-Wide Peer Tutoring
00779     "If/Then" Strategy
00782     Test Taking Technique
00784     Test/Practice/Test
00789     Provide Extended Time for Response
00790     Allow Time and a Half for Testing
00869     Sound/Symbol
00878     Syllable Principle
00879     Whole-Word Strategy
00886     Key Word Strategy



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                          SIPP MODIFICATIONS
  00888     Literature Circles Programming
  00889     Word Recognition Skills for Spelling
  00894     Teach Neurological-Impress Method
  00977     Verbal Cues
ORGANIZATION
  00343     Graphic Organizers
  00349     Check Offs For Activities
  00355     Advance Organizers
  00356     Abundant Models And Samples
  00345     Concise Clear Directions
  00595     Color Code Notebooks/Folders
  00169     Tree Planning Strategy
  00170     Mapping/Webbing
  00171     Watch Approach
  00172     Cognitive Mapping
  00173     Teach Making Concise Checklists
  00174     Write Clearly
  00175     Web/Outlines/Diagrams
  00176     Uncluttered Desks/Materials
  00177     Textbook Format
  00179     Strategies For Mastery And Over Learning
  00180     Stand Near Student When Giving Directions
  00181     Set Routine For Homework Tracking
  00182     Semantic Mapping
  00183     Self-Regulation Process
  00184     Rubrics
  00185     Reduce/Minimize Distractions
  00186     Preview/Review/Predict
  00187     Pictures Of New Concepts
  00188     Outline notes/key sections of the text to emphasize main ideas
  00189     Organizational Systems
  00191     Models/Samples
  00192     Keep Daily Planner
  00193     Highlighted Texts/Materials
  00194     Clear Work Area
  00195     Chunking
  00196     Break Tasks And Procedures Into Sequential Steps
  00197     Ask/Answer
  00198     Ask Probing Questions
  00199     Alter Physical Room Environment
  00273     Summarize And Synthesize
  00344     Posted Assignments/Materials/Test Dates
  00346     Probing Questions
  00347     Set Daily Routine
  00350     Time Frames For Long Term Assignments With Interim Dates
  00351     Small Sequential Steps
  00352     Reduce Visual Distractions
  00353     Study Guides
  00354     Modified Format
  00812     Rubrics


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                         SIPP MODIFICATIONS
  00929     Notebook For Assignments/Materials/Homework
  00965     Preview, Review, Predict
  00246     Summarize for Note Taking
  00248     Self-Monitoring of Homework
  00251     Proofreading Skills
  00253     Set Up Problems
  00255     Classification
  00258     Self-Directed Summarization
  00262     Self-Directed Questioning Strategy
  00263     Simplify the Problem
  00266     Problem Integration
  00320     Verbal Instruction
  00373     Permission to Skip Every Other Line
  00378     Variety of Testing Formats
  00693     Elaborative Interrogation
  00694     Teach Self-Regulation Procedures
  00697     Check-Off System
  00779     "If/Then" Strategy
  00783     3 M's Practice
  00785     List Steps for Assignment
  00786     Paired Associates Strategy
  00874     Ruler to Pace Printing/Reading
  00884     First-Letter Mnemonics
  00885     Read Titles and Topic Sentences
  00892     Peer Note Taker
  00896     Teach Visual Scanning
  00899     Teach Counting Strategy
EXPRESSION
  00297     Calculator
  00348     Color Coded Folders/Notebooks//Overhead/Print
  00357     Allow Pupil To Write On Test
  00361     Alternatives To Written And Spoken Expression
  00363     Letter/Number Formation Coaching
  00365     Color Based Writing Paper
  00366     Decrease Amount/Type Of Homework
  00368     Eliminate Bubble Answer Sheets
  00371     Align Test Responses Vertically
  00375     Allow Scribe To Write For Pupil
  00593     Double Spaced Tests
  00594     Computer Spell Check/Grammar Check
  00596     Character Sketches
  00598     Alternative Grouping
  00196     Break Tasks And Procedures Into Sequential Steps
  00571     Collaborative Practice
  00572     Tape Record Reading Selections
  00573     Story Retelling
  00574     Skip Lines When Writing
  00575     Review Correct Answers
  00583     Modify/Repeat/Model Directions
  00584     Maps/Webs/Outlines


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                         SIPP MODIFICATIONS
  00585     Journals
  00590     Fluency Charting
  00592     Emphasize Written Legibility
  00275     Shorten Assignments
  00276     Provide Learning Materials To Supplement Instruction
  00289     Hands On Activities
  00294     Extended Time
  00374     Technology Based Projects
  00330     Oral Interviews
  00336     Oral Testing
  00358     Tape Record Answers
  00359     Open Book Tests
  00360     Tests In Different Formats
  00362     Story Element Training
  00367     Special Pens/Paper/Pencils For Written Work
  00370     Use Of Notes/Cards
  00861     Read Class Materials Orally
  00917     Immediate Feedback
  00918     Individualized/Small Group Instruction
  00933     Peer Tutor
  00935     Practice Activities
  00947     Verbal Cues
  00948     Visual Cues
  00288     Help Form Mental Pictures
  00289     Hands-On Activities
  00290     Guided Practice
  00262     Self-Directed Questioning Strategy
  00263     Simplify the Problem
  00264     Practice Predicting Outcomes
  00695     Visual Imagery Strategy
  00699     Slow-Rate Listening/Previewing
  00777     RIDER Visual Strategy
  00785     List Steps for Assignment
  00787     Discuss Comprehension Questions
  00872     Use Codes
  00874     Ruler to Pace Printing/Reading
  00881     Use First and Last Sentences
  00884     First-Letter Mnemonics
  00887     Interactive Teaching
  00889     Word Recognition Skills for Spelling
  00894     Teach Neurological-Impress Method
MANIPULATION
  00291     Group Pupils By Cross Abilities
  00292     Frequent Feedback
  00293     Feedback Regarding Correct Answers
  00294     Extended Time
  00295     Define Desired Length Of Response To Test/Assignment Questions
  00296     Correct Homework Together
  00297     Calculator
  00298     Ask And Answer


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                       SIPP MODIFICATIONS
00299     Analogies
00268     Verbal/Visual Cues
00269     Utilize Oral Responses To Tests/Assignments/Questions
00270     Use Notebook For Assignments/Materials/Homework
00271     Token Reinforcement
00272     Summarize Key Points
00273     Summarize And Synthesize
00274     Small Group Instruction
00275     Shorten Assignments
00276     Provide Learning Materials To Supplement Instruction
00277     Proofreading With A Peer
00278     Problem Solving Strategies
00279     Preview, Review, Predict
00281     Paraphrasing
00282     Outline Notes/Key Sections Of Text
00283     Modify Assignments
00284     Mnemonics
00285     Limit Number Of Concepts Introduced At One Time
00286     Individualized Instruction
00287     Highlight Frequently Occurring Words
00933     Peer Tutor
00250     Miscue Analysis
00252     Make Application New to Learning
00253     Set Up Problems
00257     Reciprocal Peer Revision Strategy
00261     Modified Reciprocal Teaching
00264     Practice Predicting Outcomes
00266     Problem Integration
00267     4Mat Philosophy
00290     Guided Practice
00289     Hands On Activities
00288     Help Form Mental Pictures
00307     Varied Mathematical/Computation Strategies
00380     Alternative Grading Options
00965     Preview, Review, Predict
00693     Elaborative Interrogation
00694     Teach Self-Regulation Procedures
00779     "If/Then" Strategy
00780     Link System
00781     Imaging
00786     Paired Associates Strategy
00869     Sound/Symbol
00871     Use the Sentence Approach
00876     Teach Cursive Ghost Writing
00877     Teach Spelling Through Singing
00878     Syllable Principle
00879     Whole-Word Strategy
00881     Use First and Last Sentences
00883     Semantic Feature Analysis
00885     Read Titles and Topic Sentences



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                       SIPP MODIFICATIONS
00887     Interactive Teaching
00891     Math Visuals
00892     Peer Note Taker
00893     Develop Visual-Vocabulary Matching
00899     Teach Counting Strategy




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                            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - BRAILLE

GOALS
               Pre-Braille/Low   The student will increase cognitive compensatory skills from a ___ to a ___
 101003000
                   Vision        developmental level using a developmental checklist/program for the Visually Impaired

               Pre-Braille/Low
 101003001                       Insert Braille Goal Here
                   Vision
                                 The student will increase knowledge of Braille math from a ___ to a ___ level utilizing
 101003002      Braille Math     grade-appropriate Nemeth Code format given a series of computations with 80%
                                 accuracy
 101003003     Braille Reading   The student will complete pre-Braille reading skills
                                 The student will increase knowledge of Braille reading techniques utilizing the Braille
 101003004     Braille Reading   code when presented sequentially within the grade level or as introduced by patterned
                                 Braille instructional methods (ELA-1,E1,E5)
                Braille Writer
 101003005                       The student will recognize, name, and locate all parts of the Perkins Brailler
                Recognition
                                 The student will complete Braille writing skills from ___ to ___ grade level (ELA-1-
 101003006     Braille Writing
                                 E1,E2)

OBJECTIVES
               Pre-Braille/Low
 101003101                       The student will identify familiar objects, toys, foods (ELA-3-E3,E4; ELA-4-E1)
                   Vision
               Pre-Braille/Low
 101003102                       The student will identify an object by its sound (ELA-1-E1)
                   Vision
               Pre-Braille/Low   The student will show interest in books with textures or moveable parts when
 101003103
                   Vision        presented with (A)___ (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-1-E2)
               Pre-Braille/Low   The student will match textures (find the same kind when given a choice of 2-3).
 101003104
                   Vision        (A)___ (C)___, (TPR)___
               Pre-Braille/Low   The student will know the arrangement of furniture, doors, stairs within school
 101003105
                   Vision        environment. (A)___ (C)___, (TPR)___
               Pre-Braille/Low   The student will maintain sustained search for dropped toy/object. (A)___ (C)___,
 101003106
                   Vision        (TPR)___
                                 The student will tactually discriminate among items with similar characteristics (child's
               Pre-Braille/Low
 101003107                       own book bag, shoe, etc.) from classmates when given the opportunity (C)___,
                   Vision
                                 (TPR)___
                                 The student will identify activities by sound (closing door, washing dishes) and smell
               Pre-Braille/Low
 101003108                       (bakery, gas station) in the school environment and on field trips given the opportunity
                   Vision
                                 (C)___, (TPR___ (ELA-1-E1)
               Pre-Braille/Low   The student will understand where things belong in the classroom (toys in toy box,
 101003109
                   Vision        books on shelf) when given the opportunity (C)___, (TPR)___
               Pre-Braille/Low   The student will move to destination quickly and easily within classroom and/or school
 101003110
                   Vision        environment when given the opportunity (C)___, (TPR)___
               Pre-Braille/Low
 101003111                       The student will locate favorite play areas in school yard/playground (C)___, (TPR)___
                   Vision




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                          A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - BRAILLE
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will assemble two parts of shape to make a whole (may be in wooden
101003112
                  Vision        form board) when presented with proper materials (C)___, (TPR)___
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will sort 2 kinds of tactually dissimilar objects (nuts from bolts, macaroni
101003113
                  Vision        from dried peas) when presented with proper materials (C)___, (TPR)___
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will explore or discriminate commercially made tactual books with real
101003114
                  Vision        objects, textures, or shapes (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-1-E2)
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will identify location of sound as front/back, left/right, or near/far in
101003115
                  Vision        relationship to own body (C)___, (TPR)___
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will face activity when sitting or standing in a group of children (C)___,
101003116
                  Vision        (TPR)___
                                The student will use auditory/olfactory/terrain cues to orient self outside classroom
              Pre-Braille/Low
101003117                       (cafeteria, library, gym, auditorium, field trips) when given the opportunity (C)___,
                  Vision
                                (TPR)___
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will locate dropped object in immediate vicinity when given the opportunity
101003118
                  Vision        (C)___, (TPR)___
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will sort 2 kinds of similar objects which differ only in size or texture using
101003119
                  Vision        (A)___, (C)___, (TPR)___
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will match fabric swatches (group of 4) when given the opportunity
101003120
                  Vision        (C)___, (TPR)___
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will identify 6 named textures/fabrics when given the opportunity (C)___,
101003121
                  Vision        (TPR)___
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will tell what object is missing from group of 4 when presented with (A)___
101003122
                  Vision        (C)___, (TPR)___
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will identify raised-line shapes, shapes, lines, or designs in tactual books
101003123
                  Vision        when presented with (A)___ (C)___, (TPR)___
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will use two hands to follow raised lines of yarn or pipe cleaners on a
101003124
                  Vision        page when presented with (A)___ (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-1-E2, ELA-3-E1)
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will locate page with requested embossed shape or item when presented
101003125
                  Vision        with (A)___ (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-1-W2)
              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will track from left to right across 1-2 Braille lines when presented with
101003126
                  Vision        (A)___ (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-1-E2, ELA-3-E1)

              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will complete teacher-directed task using pushpins, stickers, crayons, etc.
101003127
                  Vision        when presented with (A)___ (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-1-E2; ELA-3-E1; ELA-3-M1)

              Pre-Braille/Low   The student will move beads on an abacus for counting purposes (A)___ (C)___,
101003128
                  Vision        (TPR)___ (N-1, N-6, N-8)
              Pre-Braille/Low
101003129                       Insert Braille Objective Here
                  Vision
              Pre-Braille/Low
101003130                       Insert Braille Objective Here
                  Vision
              Pre-Braille/Low
101003131                       Insert Braille Objective Here
                  Vision
              Pre-Braille/Low
101003132                       Insert Braille Objective Here
                  Vision




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                          A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - BRAILLE
              Pre-Braille/Low
101003133                       Insert Braille Objective Here
                  Vision
              Pre-Braille/Low
101003134                       Insert Braille Objective Here
                  Vision
                                The student will write numbers ___ to ___ in correct position in Nemeth Code using
101003135      Braille Math
                                the (A)___ (C)___, (TPR)___ (N-3-E, N-4-E, N-5-E)
                                The student will utilize appropriate Nemeth Code format in each type of computation
101003136      Braille Math     as presented sequentially within the grade level using (A)___ with (C)___, (TPR)___
                                (N-3-E, N-4-E, N-5-E)
                                The student will find beginning and end of Braille line on page using (A)___ within (C),
101003137     Braille Reading
                                (TPR)___ (ELA-3-E1,E2)
                                The student will track smoothly across three lines of double-spaced Braille using
101003138     Braille Reading
                                (A)___ (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-1-E2, ELA-3-E1)
                                The student will locate long and short raised lines using (A)___ within (C)___,
101003139     Braille Reading
                                (TPR)___ (ELA-1-E2, ELA-3-E1)
                                The student will find matching symbol using (printed/raised outline) of geometric shape
101003140     Braille Reading
                                (C)___, (TPR)___ (G2, G6)
                                The student will tell whether 2 symbols are the same or different using (A)___ (C)___,
101003141     Braille Reading
                                (TPR)___ (G-1,2,4,6; D-1,3)
                                The student will recognize own name when presented in print or Braille (C)___,
101003142     Braille Reading
                                (TPR)___ (ELA-1-E1)




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                          A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - BRAILLE
                                The student will read, associate, Braille, identify the following Braille composition and
101003143     Braille Reading   punctuation signs ___ to ___ and their functions using (A)___ with/in (C)___,
                                (TPR)___ (ELA-3-E2)
                                The student will read, associate, Braille, identify targeted Braille dot
101003144     Braille Reading   formations/contractions (Select: dot 5 words/ dot 4,5 words/ dot 4,5,6 words) using
                                (A)___ presented in isolation with/in (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-3-E2)
                                The student will read, associate, Braille, identify targeted Braille dot
101003145     Braille Reading   formations/contractions (Select: lower cell whole words/ part word contractions/ lower
                                cell part word contractions/ whole and part word contractions/etc.)
                                The student will read a series of basic vocabulary words at his/her instructional level
101003146     Braille Reading
                                when presented with (A)___ with/in (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-1-E1, ELA-5-E1)
                                The student will read using appropriate techniques when given a reading selection
101003147     Braille Reading
                                (A)___ (C)___, (TPR)___
                                The student will associate the Braille letters and standard whole word symbols (A)___
101003148     Braille Reading
                                with/in (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-1-E1,E7; ELA-5-E1)
                                The student will read a content area selection at his/her instructional level when
101003149     Braille Reading
                                presented with (A)___ with/in (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-1-E1,E7;ELA-5-E1)




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                           A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - BRAILLE
                                The student will read, associate, Braille, identify the following case sensitive single
101003150     Braille Reading   Braille letters ___ to ___ with their word meanings using (A)___ with/in (C)___ when
                                presented sequentially (TPR)___ (ELA-1-E1, E5)
               Braille Writer   The student will push each embossing key separately and in combination with other
101003151
               Recognition      keys on Braille Writer using (A)___ (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-3-M1)
               Braille Writer   The student will demonstrate use of all parts of Braille Writer using (A)___ (C)___,
101003152
               Recognition      (TPR)___ (ELA-3-M1)
               Braille Writer   The student will position the Braille Writer (A)___ and insert/remove the Braille paper
101003153
               Recognition      appropriately (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-3-M1)
               Braille Writer   The student will locate given parts of the Braille Writer (A)___ on command, (C)___,
101003154
               Recognition      (TPR)___
               Braille Writer   The student will name given parts of the Braille Writer (A)___ when touched (C)___,
101003155
               Recognition      (TPR)___
                                The student will write a series of basic vocabulary words or sentences as dictated at
101003156     Braille Writing   his/her instructional level using (A)___ with/in (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-1-M1; ELA-2-
                                E3)
101003157     Braille Writing   The student will demonstrate targeted Braille formations using (A)___ presented in
101003158     Braille Writing   The student will form the alphabet (case sensitive) letters in Braille ___ to ___ using
                                The student will demonstrate formation and use of the Braille composition and
101003159     Braille Writing   punctuation signs ___ to ___ and their functions using (A)___ when presented
                                sequentially with/in (C)___, (TPR)___ (ELA-3-E2,M2)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
GOALS
                         The student will communicate needs, choices, preferences, and personal
             Alternate   information, respond to symbolic and non-symbolic materials, and follow
211203000
            Assessment   a sequence of activities in the classroom, school, and/or community
                         settings. (ELA-1-7)
                         The student will address Louisiana English Language Arts Standard 6
             Alternate
211203001                (ELA6) by reading, listing, viewing, and/or responding to various
            Assessment
                         materials as it relates to real life experiences.
                         The student will address Louisiana English Language Arts Standard 7
             Alternate   (ELA7) by problem solving various situations to make connections to real
211203002
            Assessment   life by demonstration, anticipation, distinction, expression, identification,
                         matching and/or responding.
                         The student will address the Louisiana English Language Arts Standards
             Alternate
211203003                1 and 2 (ELA1, ELA2) by using and responding to simple oral, written,
            Assessment
                         and/or pictorial communication (across multiple settings).
                         The student will address Louisiana English Language Arts Standard 4
             Alternate
211203004                (ELA4) by using a variety of expressive and receptive forms of
            Assessment
                         communication as tools of learning.
                         The student will address Louisiana English Language Arts Standard 5
             Alternate
211203005                (ELA5) by vocalizing, selecting, and/or using information from a variety of
            Assessment
                         sources in order to learn and communicate knowledge.
             Alternate
211203006                Insert English Objective Here
            Assessment
                         The student will increase his/her language arts skills in the areas of
             Alternate
211203007                reading, writing, grammar, and spelling from a __ grade level to a __
            Assessment
                         grade level.
                         The student will read, comprehend and respond to a range of materials
             Alternate
211203008                using a variety of strategies for different purposes from a __ grade level
            Assessment
                         to a __ grade level.
             Alternate   The student will write competently for a variety of purposes and
211203009
            Assessment   audiences at a __ grade level.
                         The student will communicate using standard English grammar, usage,
             Alternate
211203010                sentence structure, punctuation, capitalization, spelling, and handwriting
            Assessment
                         on a __ grade level.
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate competence in speaking and listening as
211203011
            Assessment   tools for learning and communicating at a __ grade level.
                         The student will locate, select, and synthesize information from a variety
             Alternate
211203012                of texts, media, references, and technological sources to acquire and
            Assessment
                         communicate knowledge at a __ grade level.
                         The student will apply reasoning and problem solving skills to their
             Alternate
211203013                reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing and visually representing at
            Assessment
                         a __ grade level.
                         The student will communicate needs, choices, preferences, and personal
             Alternate   information, respond to symbolic and non-symbolic materials, and follow
211203014
            Assessment   a sequence of activities in the classroom, school, and/or community
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                            The student will address Louisiana English Language Arts Standard 6
              Alternate
 211203015                  (ELA6) by reading, listing, viewing, and/or responding to various
             Assessment
                            materials as it relates to real life experiences.
                            The student will address Louisiana English Language Arts Standard 7
              Alternate     (ELA7) by problem solving various situations to make connections to real
 211203016
             Assessment     life by demonstration, anticipation, distinction, expression, identification,
                            matching and/or responding.
                            The student will address the Louisiana English Language Arts Standards
              Alternate
 211203017                  1 and 2 (ELA1, ELA2) by using and responding to simple oral, written,
             Assessment
                            and/or pictorial communication (across multiple settings).
                            The student will address Louisiana English Language Arts Standard 4
              Alternate
 211203018                  (ELA4) by using a variety of expressive and receptive forms of
             Assessment
                            communication as tools of learning.
                            The student will address Louisiana English Language Arts Standard 5
              Alternate
 211203019                  (ELA5) by vocalizing, selecting, and/or using information from a variety of
             Assessment
                            sources in order to learn and communicate knowledge.

 211203020     General      Insert English Goal Here

                Writing     The student will increase his/her language arts skills in writing, grammar,
 211203021
             Proofreading   and spelling from a _ level to a _ level (ELA 3)
                            The student will improve written communication skills using standard
                Writing
 211203022                  English grammar, usage, sentence structure, punctuation, capitalization,
             Proofreading
                            spelling, and handwriting from a _ level to a _ level (ELA 3)
                            The student will improve written communication skills using standard
                Writing     English grammar, usage, sentence structure, punctuation, capitalization,
 211203023
             Proofreading   spelling, and handwriting to communicate in _ out of _ opportunities (ELA
                            3)
                            The student will demonstrate improvement in locating, selecting, and
             Information
 211203024                  utilizing sources (texts, media, references, and technological sources)
             Resources
                            from a _ level to a _ level (ELA-5)
                            The student will improve reference and technological skills from a _ level
             Information
 211203025                  to a _ level by locating, selecting, organizing, and utilizing information
             Resources
                            from a variety of sources while maintaining a passing grade (ELA-5)
                            The student will improve research and technological skills from a _ level
             Information
 211203026                  to a _ level by researching, analyzing, and synthesizing information from
             Resources
                            a variety of sources while maintaining a passing grade (ELA-5)
              Speaking      The student will demonstrate competence in speaking and listening as a
 211203027
              Listening     means for delivering and communicating information (ELA-4)
                            The student will increase ability to write competently for a variety of
                            purposes (list specifics) and audiences (list specifics) from a _ level to a
 211203028     Writing
                            _ level using the _ grade curriculum while maintaining a passing grade
                            (ELA-2)
                            The student will increase ability to write competently for different
 211203029     Writing      purposes (list specifics) and audiences (list specifics) from a _ level to a
                            _ level by completing _ of _ of the following objectives (ELA-2)
OBJECTIVES

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             Alternate
211203101                The student will respond to non-symbolic stimuli.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203102                The student will respond to symbolic stimuli.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203103                The student will indicate discomfort/displeasure.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203104                The student will indicate pleasure/discomfort/displeasure.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203105                The student will indicate hunger.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203106                The student will indicate thirst.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203107                The student will indicate the need for postural change.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203108                The student will indicate need/desire for "more" of something.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203109                The student will indicate need/desire to "stop".
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203110                The student will indicate that he/she is "finished".
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203111                The student will indicate the need to be changed.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203112                The student will indicate the need to use the restroom.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203113                The student will request assistance.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will request materials/objects that are within the immediate
211203114
            Assessment   environment.
             Alternate   The student will request materials/objects that are not within the
211203115
            Assessment   immediate environment.
             Alternate
211203116                The student will request food items from an array.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203117                The student will order items.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203118                The student will respond to his/her name.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203119                The student will give his/her first name.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203120                The student will give his/her full name.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203121                The student will write his/her first name.
            Assessment




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
             Alternate
211203122                The student will write his/her full name.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203123                The student will indicate personal information through________.
            Assessment

             Alternate
211203125                The student will answer yes/no questions.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203126                The student will ask questions.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203127                The student will make comments.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203128                The student will follow one-step directions.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203129                The student will follow two-step directions.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203130                The student will follow three or more-step directions.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203131                The student will complete a one-step task.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203132                The student will complete a two-step task.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203133                The student will complete a three or more-step task.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203134                The student will identify letters of the alphabet.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203135                The student will demonstrate sound/symbol relationships.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203136                The student will alphabetize to locate information.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203137                The student will sequence a story/pictures.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203138                The student will respond appropriately to school/community signs.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will identify personally significant and/or functional sight
211203139
            Assessment   words.
             Alternate
211203140                The student will read and respond to texts.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203141                The student will locate information using pictures.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203142                The student will locate information using symbols.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203143                The student will locate information using text.
            Assessment



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             Alternate
211203144                The student will communicate detailed verbal information.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will communicate detailed verbal information about personal
211203145
            Assessment   preferences.
             Alternate
211203146                The student will retell a story in the order it was presented.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203147                The student will tell a story in a logical, sequential order.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203148                The student will communicate detailed written information.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will communicate detailed written information about personal
211203149
            Assessment   preferences.
             Alternate
211203150                The student will compose a letter/note to a peer or family member.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203151                The student will request preferred activities for self and others.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203152                The student will request/offer assistance for self and others.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203153                The student will give explanation for the actions of self and others.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203154                The student will fixate eyes on object held at midline. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will gather correct number of objects given oral/written
211203155
            Assessment   directions. (ELA4)
             Alternate
211203156                The student will trace along dotted lines, left to right progression. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203157                The student will pour from a container. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203158                The student will sort dissimilar objects. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203159                The student will clap hands in imitation. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203160                The student will copy a circle. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203161                The student will sit with propped support. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203162                The student will play with clay/playdoh. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203163                The student will give first and last name. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203164                The student will place objects in, on, and under. (ELA4)
            Assessment




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
             Alternate
211203165                The student will match like objects. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203166                The student will carry out one step directions. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203167                The student will trace/copy a square. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will respond to music with body and/or hand movements.
211203168
            Assessment   (ELA4)
             Alternate
211203169                The student will name objects. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203170                The student will imitate 2-3 word sentences. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203171                The student will respond appropriately to action words. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203172                The student will name 2 body parts. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203173                The student will match picture to picture. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203174                The student will match object to sample. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203175                The student will mark on paper. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203176                The student will imitate simple words. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203177                The student will demonstrate taking turns. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203178                The student will understand one or more simple tactile signals. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203179                The student will look at speaker and respond by smiling. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203180                The student will respond to auditory stimulation. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will respond to sensory stimulation--other than startle reflex.
211203181
            Assessment   (ELA4)
             Alternate
211203182                The student will point to and/or vocalize wants. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203183                The student will zip/unzip. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203184                The student will match object to object. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will respond to signs in school, community, and on the job.
211203185
            Assessment   (ELA1)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
             Alternate
211203186                The student will point to one named object in picture. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203187                The student will place objects in container in imitation. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203188                The student will reach for an object. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203189                The student will respond to voices. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203191                The student will develop and use a shopping list. (ELA1, ELA2)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate appropriate attention-getting gestures.
211203192
            Assessment   (ELA4)
             Alternate   The student will complete a job application/personal information sheet.
211203193
            Assessment   (ELA1, ELA2)
             Alternate
211203194                The student will make simple introductions. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203195                The student will follow a schedule. (ELA1)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203196                The student will sign in/out at work. (ELA2)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203197                The student will unscrew jar lid. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will read and take informal notes, messages, greeting cards.
211203198
            Assessment   (ELA1)
             Alternate   The student will identify/interpret department headings, aisle titles, etc.
211203199
            Assessment   (ELA1)
             Alternate
211203200                The student will respond to words: entrance/exit, aisle, cart, etc. (ELA1)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203201                The student will select items from restaurant or fast food menu. (ELA1)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will apply for a social security card, lost card, name change,
211203202
            Assessment   or birth certificate. (ELA4)
             Alternate
211203203                The student will turn faucet on/off. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203204                The student will shake head for "no". (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203205                The student will look in response to name. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203206                The student will respond to "give it to me". (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will request assistance and/or information when needed.
211203207
            Assessment   (ELA4)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
             Alternate
211203208                The student will follow directions to use equipment at work. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will make/maintain eye contact when being addressed.
211203209
            Assessment   (ELA4)
             Alternate
211203210                The student will state personal medical history. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will carry out 3 compliance commands.
211203211
            Assessment   (ELA4)
             Alternate
211203212                The student will ask for and follow directions when lost. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203213                The student will read classified ads. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will follow two and three part directions, verbal or graphics.
211203214
            Assessment   (ELA4)
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate use of manual tools, bottle/can opener,
211203215
            Assessment   peeler, etc. (ELA4)
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate accompanied use of seated restaurant
211203216
            Assessment   facilities. (ELA4)
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate independent use of fast food facilities.
211203217
            Assessment   (ELA4)
             Alternate   The student will follow directions to accomplish tasks at work or school.
211203218
            Assessment   (ELA4, ELA7)
             Alternate
211203225                The student will remove clothing--pants, shirt, socks, shoes, etc. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203227                The student will classify by size, shape, color, and/or design. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will practice lost/found routine in shopping center or mall.
211203229
            Assessment   (ELA7)
             Alternate
211203230                The student will identify needed vs. luxury items. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will participate in cooperative learning group to access
211203232
            Assessment   information about other cultures. (ELA6)
             Alternate   The student will point to picture/photo/object that depicts content of the
211203233
            Assessment   story. (ELA6)
             Alternate   The student will anticipate next movement in a routine sequence of
211203235
            Assessment   movements. (ELA7)
             Alternate
211203236                The student will engage in socially acceptable behavior in public. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203237                The student will respond to "which one" and "yes/no" questions. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will specify preferences by answering "who, what, when,
211203238
            Assessment   where" questions. (ELA7)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
             Alternate
211203239                The student will identify objects in a picture. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203240                The student will discriminate familiar sounds--bell, horn, etc. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203242                The student will match objects to picture. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203244                The student will recognize self in photographs. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will distinguish between warning, friendly, and angry voice
211203246
            Assessment   patterns. (ELA7)
             Alternate
211203247                The student will identify living/non-living things. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will identify times of day (morning, lunch time, bus time,
211203248
            Assessment   afternoon, etc.). (ELA7)
             Alternate
211203249                The student will demonstrate directional concepts. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203252                The student will attend to own food/drink. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203253                The student will critique leisure material. (ELA6)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203254                The student will prepare a current resume with pictures or video. (ELA5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203255                The student will follow pictorial package instructions. (ELA5)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will recognize and interpret functional signs, words, and
211203256
            Assessment   symbols. (ELA5)
             Alternate   The student will identify and interpret local landmarks and store names.
211203257
            Assessment   (ELA5)
             Alternate
211203258                The student will ask permission to use another person's belongings.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203259                The student will locate restrooms, phones, cashier. (ELA5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203260                The student will cover mouth when sneezing, coughing. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will locate specific items to purchase in department stores.
211203264
            Assessment   (ELA5)
             Alternate
211203265                The student will read classified ads. (ELA5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203266                The student will ask permission to perform a different task. (ELA5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203267                The student will put on simple clothing. (ELA4)
            Assessment




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             Alternate
211203268                The student will smile in response to attention. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203270                The student will match ads in newspaper with local stores. (ELA1,7)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will communicate a personal experience with pictures and/or
211203272
            Assessment   words. (ELA6)
             Alternate   The student will express simple apologies without elaborate rationales.
211203273
            Assessment   (ELA7)
             Alternate   The student will respond to content questions: who, what, when, where,
211203274
            Assessment   why, how. (ELA7)
             Alternate
211203279                The student will search for source of sound with eyes. (ELA5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203280                The student will recognize first name in written form. (ELA5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203281                The student will look for objects. (ELA5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203289                The student will make selections.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203294                The student will complete one/two/three or more -step task.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203295                The student will locate information.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203296                The student will respond to non-symbolic stimuli through _____.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203297                The student will communicate detailed verbal/written information.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203298                The student will indicate personal information through _________.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will respond to name by looking in the direction of the person
211203299
            Assessment   speaking.
             Alternate
211203300                The student will follow one/two/three or more -step directions.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203302                The student will respond to symbolic stimuli through _____.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203304                The student will respond to stimuli.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203305                The student will give explanation for actions for self or others.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203310                The student will request materials.
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203312                The student will indicate the need for postural changes.
            Assessment




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             Alternate     The student will respond appropriately to the following school/community
211203316
            Assessment     signs: (list)
             Alternate
211203401                  The student will specify wants. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203402                  The student will identify objects in a picture. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203403                  The student will discriminate familiar sounds: bell, horn, etc. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203404                  The student will match picture to picture. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203407                  The student will recognize self in photographs. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate     The student will distinguish between warning, friendly, and angry voice
211203409
            Assessment     patterns. (ELA7)
             Alternate
211203410                  The student will identify living/non-living things. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203411                  The student will identify times of day. (ELA7)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203417                  The student will prepare a current resume. (ELA5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203421                  The student will ask permission to use another person's things. (ELA4)
            Assessment
             Alternate     The student will follow two and three part directions, verbal or graphic.
211203438
            Assessment     (ELA5)
             Alternate
211203124                  The student will answer questions. (ELA6)
            Assessment
             Alternate
211203447                  The student will select items from fast food menu at a restaurant. (ELA6)
            Assessment
211203448     General      Insert English Objective Here
211203449     General      Insert English Objective Here
211203450     General      Insert English Objective Here
211203451     General      Insert English Objective Here
211203452     General      Insert English Objective Here
                           The student will demonstrate consistent top-to-bottom
               Writing
211203453                  formation for letters or letter-like forms (PK-LL-W2) (ELA-3-
            Proofreading
                           E1)                                                                 PK
                           The student will demonstrate an understanding of letter
               Writing
211203454                  placement in text by writing letters and words from left-to-
            Proofreading
                           right and top-to-bottom on a page (ELA-3-E1)                        K
               Writing     The student will print all uppercase and lowercase letters
211203455
            Proofreading   (ELA-3-E1)                                                          K




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
                           The student will print letters, words, and sentences with
               Writing
211203456                  proper figure grounding on a line and with appropriate
            Proofreading
                           spaces between words (ELA-3-E1)                                 K,1
               Writing     The student will identify and use uppercase letters at the
211203457
            Proofreading   beginning of own first and last names (ELA-3-E2)                K
                           The student will write simple stories or life experiences
               Writing
211203458                  using developmental/inventive spelling that shows
            Proofreading
                           knowledge of letter/sound correspondences (ELA-3-E5)            K
                           The student will use standard English punctuation,
               Writing
211203459                  including: correctly written common contractions such as
            Proofreading
                           isn't, we'll, and I'd (ELA-3-E2)                                1,2
                           The student will use standard English punctuation,
               Writing
211203460                  including: periods, exclamation points, and question marks
            Proofreading
                           at the end of sentences (ELA-3-E2)                              1
                           The student will use standard English punctuation,
               Writing
211203461                  including: commas to separate words in a series (ELA-3-
            Proofreading
                           E2)                                                             1
                           The student will capitalize the first word of a sentence,
               Writing
211203462                  names of people, the pronoun I, and the names of months
            Proofreading
                           and days (ELA-3-E2)                                             1
               Writing     The student will use the singular and plural forms of high-
211203463
            Proofreading   frequency and commonly used words (ELA-3-E3)                    1
               Writing     The student will identify and use a subject and a verb
211203464
            Proofreading   when writing a simple or compound sentence (ELA-3-E3)
                                                                                           1,2
               Writing     The student will distinguish between a complete and an
211203465
            Proofreading   incomplete sentence (ELA-3-E3)                                  1
               Writing     The student will identify different types of sentences
211203466
            Proofreading   including telling, asking, and exclaiming (ELA-3-E3)            1
                           The student will identify and use knowledge of parts of
               Writing
211203467                  speech, including: basic singular and plural nouns,
            Proofreading
                           pronouns, and verbs (ELA-3-E4)                                  1
                           The student will identify and use knowledge of parts of
               Writing
211203468                  speech, including: common conjunctions such as and, but,
            Proofreading
                           and because (ELA-3-E4)                                          1
                           The student will identify and use knowledge of parts of
               Writing
211203469                  speech, including: simple transitional words including first,
            Proofreading
                           second, and finally (ELA-3-E4)                                  1
                           The student will spell grade-appropriate words, including:
               Writing     one syllable words and selected grade-appropriate two-
211203470
            Proofreading   syllable words with regular spellings for long- and short-
                           vowel sounds (ELA-3-E5)                                         1
                           The student will spell grade-appropriate words, including:
               Writing     high-frequency, grade-level words including words with
211203471
            Proofreading   irregular spellings, such as was, were, says, said, who,
                           what, and why (ELA-3-E5)                                        1



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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
               Writing     The student will create phonetically spelled written work
211203472
            Proofreading   that can be read by the writer and others (ELA-3-E5)                1
                           The student will spell unfamiliar words using various
                           phonics strategies, including: segmenting, sounding out,
               Writing
211203473                  matching familiar words and word parts, using word walls,
            Proofreading
                           word banks, thinking about the base word, and affixes
                           (ELA-3-E5)                                                         1,2
               Writing     The student will use a beginner's dictionary to verify
211203474
            Proofreading   correct spelling (ELA-3-E5)                                         1
               Writing     The student will alphabetize to the first letter, second letter,
211203475
            Proofreading   and some third letters (ELA-3-E5)                                  1,2,3
               Writing     The student will write legible short paragraphs using
211203476
            Proofreading   proper indentation (ELA-3-E1)                                       2
                           The student will use standard English punctuation,
               Writing     including: commas in the greeting and closure of a letter,
211203477
            Proofreading   between a city and a state, and in dates, periods in
                           abbreviations (ELA-3-E2)                                            2
                           The student will capitalize grade-appropriate proper nouns,
               Writing
211203478                  initials of a person’s name, and the salutation, and closing
            Proofreading
                           of a friendly letter (ELA-3-E2)                                     2
                           The student will write using past, present, and future verb
                           tenses, noun and pronoun antecedent agreement,
               Writing
211203479                  transitional words and conjunctions in sentences,
            Proofreading
                           prepositions and prepositional phrases, possessive nouns,
                           and adverbs (ELA-3-E3)                                             2,3
               Writing     The student will distinguish between a sentence, run-on
211203480
            Proofreading   sentence, and a sentence fragment (ELA-3-E3)                       2,3,4
                           The student will use knowledge of parts of speech
               Writing
211203481                  including: identifying and using nouns, including proper,
            Proofreading
                           common, concrete, abstract, and collective (ELA-3-E4)               2
                           The student will use knowledge of parts of speech
               Writing
211203482                  including: using correct antecedents of pronouns (ELA-3-
            Proofreading
                           E4)                                                                 2
                           The student will use knowledge of parts of speech
               Writing
211203483                  including: identifying and using the standard forms of
            Proofreading
                           possessives (ELA-3-E4)                                              2
                           The student will use knowledge of parts of speech
               Writing
211203484                  including: selecting and using verbs in past and present
            Proofreading
                           tenses in writing (ELA-3-E4)                                        2
                           The student will use knowledge of parts of speech
               Writing
211203485                  including: selecting and using standard forms of personal
            Proofreading
                           pronouns (ELA-3-E4)                                                 2
               Writing     The student will use knowledge of parts of speech
211203486
            Proofreading   including: using a variety of conjunctions (ELA-3-E4)               2




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
                           The student will use knowledge of parts of speech
               Writing
211203487                  including: selecting and using adverbs that modify
            Proofreading
                           according to time, place, manner, and degree (ELA-3-E4)
                                                                                             2,3
                           The student will use knowledge of parts of speech
               Writing
211203488                  including: identifying and using prepositions appropriately
            Proofreading
                           (ELA-3-E4)                                                        2
                           The student will spell grade-appropriate words with short
               Writing
211203489                  vowels, long vowels, r-controlled vowels, and consonant-
            Proofreading
                           blends (ELA-3-E5)                                                 2
                           The student will spell grade-appropriate words with short-
               Writing
211203490                  and long-vowel sounds when those sounds are made with
            Proofreading
                           a broad variety of letter combinations (ELA-3-E5)                 2
               Writing     The student will spell grade-appropriate frequently used
211203491
            Proofreading   irregularly spelled words (ELA-3-E5)                              2
               Writing     The student will use spelling patterns and rules correctly
211203492
            Proofreading   (e.g., dropping silent -e before adding -ing) (ELA-3-E5)          2
               Writing     The student will use a dictionary and a glossary to locate
211203493
            Proofreading   correct spellings (ELA-3-E5)                                      2
                           The student will write legibly in cursive or printed form,
               Writing
211203494                  using appropriate spacing of letters, words, sentences,
            Proofreading
                           and paragraphs (ELA-3-E1)                                         3,4
               Writing     The student will use commas to separate phrases in a
211203495
            Proofreading   series and to separate parts of addresses (ELA-3-E2)              3
               Writing     The student will capitalize the first word in direct quotations
211203496
            Proofreading   and proper adjectives (e.g., American flag) (ELA-3-E2)
                                                                                             3
               Writing     The student will write using standard English by making
211203497
            Proofreading   subjects and verbs agree in sentences (ELA-3-E3)                  3
               Writing     The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
211203498
            Proofreading   writing by using standard future verb tenses (ELA-3-E4)           3
               Writing     The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
211203499
            Proofreading   writing by using a variety of conjunctions (ELA-3-E4)             3
                           The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
               Writing     writing by using correct forms of possessive pronouns,
211203500
            Proofreading   singular nouns, transitional words, and prepositions (ELA-
                           3-E4)                                                             3
                           The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
               Writing
211203501                  writing by identifying and using irregular plural nouns
            Proofreading
                           correctly (ELA-3-E4)                                              3
                           The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
               Writing
211203502                  writing by using first-, second-, and third-person pronouns
            Proofreading
                           correctly (ELA-3-E4)                                              3
                           The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
               Writing
211203503                  writing by identifying and using irregular verb tenses (ELA-
            Proofreading
                           3-E4)                                                             3,4


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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
               Writing     The student will spell grade-appropriate words, including
211203504
            Proofreading   compound words (ELA-3-E5)                                       3
                           The student will spell grade-appropriate words, including
               Writing
211203505                  multi-syllabic words made up of both base words and roots
            Proofreading
                           and common prefixes and suffixes (ELA-3-E5)                     3
               Writing     The student will spell grade-appropriate words, including
211203506
            Proofreading   common homophones (ELA-3-E5)                                    3
                           The student will follow common spelling generalizations,
               Writing
211203507                  including qu-, consonant doubling, and changing -y to -i
            Proofreading
                           (ELA-3-E5)                                                      3
                           The student will use a variety of resources, including online
               Writing
211203508                  and print dictionaries and spell checkers to check spelling
            Proofreading
                           (ELA-3-E5)                                                      3
                           The student will use standard English punctuation,
               Writing
211203509                  including apostrophes in contractions and in the
            Proofreading
                           possessive case of singular and plural nouns (ELA-3-E2)         4
                           The student will capitalize greetings, titles of respect, and
               Writing
211203510                  titles of books, articles, chapters, movies, and songs (ELA-
            Proofreading
                           3-E2)                                                           4
               Writing     The student will using active and passive voices of verbs
211203511
            Proofreading   (ELA-3-E3)                                                      4
                           The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
               Writing
211203512                  writing, including: selecting and using common
            Proofreading
                           interjections appropriately (ELA-3-E4)                          4
                           The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
               Writing
211203513                  writing, including: identifying and using transitive and
            Proofreading
                           intransitive verbs correctly (ELA-3-E4)                         4
                           The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
               Writing     writing, including: identifying and using verb tenses
211203514
            Proofreading   correctly, including present perfect, past perfect, and
                           future perfect (ELA-3-E4)                                       4
                           The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
               Writing
211203515                  writing, including: using grade-appropriate irregular verb
            Proofreading
                           tenses correctly (ELA-3-E4)                                     4
               Writing     The student will use knowledge of root words, affixes, and
211203516
            Proofreading   syllable constructions to spell words (ELA-3-E5)                4
               Writing     The student will alphabetize to the fourth and fifth letters
211203517
            Proofreading   (ELA-3-E5)                                                      4
               Writing     The student will use parentheses and commas in direct
211203518
            Proofreading   quotations (ELA-3-M2)                                           5
               Writing     The student will use commas to set off appositives and
211203519
            Proofreading   introductory phrases (ELA-3-M2)                                 5
               Writing     The student will use quotation marks around dialogue
211203520
            Proofreading   (ELA-3-M2)                                                      5
               Writing     The student will capitalize the first and other important
211203521
            Proofreading   words in titles and proper nouns (ELA-3-M2)                     5


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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
               Writing     The student will write paragraphs and compositions
211203522
            Proofreading   including varied sentence structures and types (ELA-3-M3)
                                                                                             5
                           The student will write paragraphs and compositions
               Writing
211203523                  including agreement of subjects and verbs in complex
            Proofreading
                           sentences (ELA-3-M3)                                              5
               Writing     The student will write paragraphs and compositions
211203524
            Proofreading   including sentences without double negatives (ELA-3-M3)
                                                                                             5
                           The student will write paragraphs and compositions
               Writing
211203525                  including correct sentence fragments and run-on
            Proofreading
                           sentences (ELA-3-M3)                                              5
                           The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
               Writing
211203526                  writing, including using same verb tense throughout when
            Proofreading
                           appropriate (ELA-3-M4)                                            5
                           The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
               Writing
211203527                  writing, including selecting and using specific nouns,
            Proofreading
                           pronouns, and verbs for clarity (ELA-3-M4)                        5
                           The student will spell high-frequency, commonly confused,
               Writing
211203528                  frequently misspelled words, and derivatives correctly
            Proofreading
                           (ELA-3-M5)                                                     5,6,7,8,
               Writing     The student will incorporate accurate spelling and use a
211203529
            Proofreading   variety of resources to find correct spellings (ELA-3-M5)      5,6,7,8
               Writing     The student will use hyphens to separate syllables of
211203530
            Proofreading   words and compound adjectives (ELA-3-M2)                          6
                           The student will use commas and coordinating
               Writing
211203531                  conjunctions to separate independent clauses in
            Proofreading
                           compound sentences (ELA-3-M2)                                     6
               Writing     The student will use colons after salutation in business
211203532
            Proofreading   letters (ELA-3-M2)                                                6
               Writing     The student will capitalize names of companies, buildings,
211203533
            Proofreading   monuments, and geographical names (ELA-3-M2)                      6
                           The student will write paragraphs and compositions,
               Writing
211203534                  including possessive forms of singular and plural nouns
            Proofreading
                           and pronouns (ELA-3-M3)                                           6
               Writing     The student will write paragraphs and compositions,
211203535
            Proofreading   including regular and irregular verb tenses (ELA-3-M3)            6
               Writing     The student will write paragraphs and compositions,
211203536
            Proofreading   including homophones (ELA-3-M3)                                   6
                           The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
               Writing
211203537                  writing, including: prepositional phrases, interjections for
            Proofreading
                           emphasis, and conjunctions and transitions (ELA-3-M4)             6
                           The student will use commas to set off direct quotations,
               Writing
211203538                  nouns of direct address, and after introductory words or
            Proofreading
                           phrases (ELA-3-M2)                                                7
               Writing     The student will use semicolons or colons to separate
211203539
            Proofreading   independent clauses (ELA-3-M2)                                    7


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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
                           The student will write paragraphs and compositions,
               Writing
211203540                  including varied sentence structures, including complex
            Proofreading
                           sentences (ELA-3-M3)                                               7,8
                           The student will write paragraphs and compositions,
               Writing
211203541                  including antecedents that agree with pronouns in number,
            Proofreading
                           person, and gender (ELA-3-M3)                                       7
               Writing     The student will write paragraphs and compositions,
211203542
            Proofreading   including sentences without double negatives (ELA-3-M3)
                                                                                               7
                           The student will apply knowledge of parts of speech in
               Writing     writing, including: infinitives and participles, superlative and
211203543
            Proofreading   comparative degrees of adjectives, and adverbs (ELA-3-
                           M4)                                                                 7
               Writing     The student will use standard English capitalization and
211203544
            Proofreading   punctuation consistently (ELA-3-M2)
                                                                                               8
                           The student will write paragraphs and compositions,
               Writing
211203545                  including phrases and clauses used correctly as modifiers
            Proofreading
                           (ELA-3-M3)                                                          8
                           The student will apply standard rules of sentence
               Writing
211203546                  formation, avoiding fragments, run-on sentences, and
            Proofreading
                           syntax problems (ELA-3-H2)                                         9,10
               Writing     The student will apply standard rules of usage, including
211203547
            Proofreading   making subjects and verbs agree (ELA-3-H2)                         9,10
               Writing     The student will apply standard rules of usage, including
211203548
            Proofreading   using verbs in appropriate tenses (ELA-3-H2)                       9,10
               Writing     The student will apply standard rules of usage, including
211203549
            Proofreading   making pronouns agree with antecedents (ELA-3-H2)                  9,10
                           The student will apply standard rules of usage, including
               Writing
211203550                  using pronouns appropriately in nominative, objective, and
            Proofreading
                           possessive cases (ELA-3-H2)                                        9,10
                           The student will apply standard rules of usage, including
               Writing
211203551                  using adjectives in comparative and superlative degrees
            Proofreading
                           and adverbs correctly (ELA-3-H2)                                   9,10
               Writing     The student will apply standard rules of usage, including
211203552
            Proofreading   avoiding double negatives (ELA-3-H2)                               9,10
               Writing     The student will apply standard rules of usage, including
211203553
            Proofreading   using all parts of speech appropriately (ELA-3-H2)                  9
                           The student will apply standard rules of mechanics,
               Writing
211203554                  including using commas to set off appositives or
            Proofreading
                           parenthetical phrases (ELA-3-H2)                                   9,10
                           The student will apply standard rules of mechanics,
               Writing
211203555                  including using quotation marks to set off titles of short
            Proofreading
                           works (ELA-3-H2)                                                   9,10
                           The student will apply standard rules of mechanics,
               Writing
211203556                  including using colons preceding a list and after a
            Proofreading
                           salutation in a business letter (ELA-3-H2)                         9,10


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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
                           The student will apply standard rules of mechanics,
               Writing     including using standard capitalization for names of
211203557
            Proofreading   political and ethnic groups, religions, and continents (ELA-
                           3-H2)                                                            9,10
               Writing     The student will use correct spelling conventions when
211203558
            Proofreading   writing and editing (ELA-3-H3)                                   9,10

                           The student will use a variety of resources, such as
               Writing
211203559                  dictionaries, thesauruses, glossaries, technology, and
            Proofreading
                           textual features to verify word spellings (ELA-3-H3)
                                                                                          9,10,11,12
               Writing     The student will apply standard rules of sentence
211203560
            Proofreading   formation, including parallel structure (ELA-3-H2)               11,12
                           The student will apply standard rules of usage, for
               Writing
211203561                  example: avoid splitting infinitives and use the subjunctive
            Proofreading
                           mood appropriately (ELA-3-H2)                                    11,12
                           The student will apply standard rules of mechanics and
               Writing
211203562                  punctuation, including parentheses, brackets, and dashes
            Proofreading
                           (ELA-3-H2)                                                       11,12
                           The student will apply standard rules of mechanics and
               Writing
211203563                  punctuation, including commas after introductory adverb
            Proofreading
                           clauses and long introductory phrases (ELA-3-H2)                 11,12
                           The student will apply standard rules of mechanics and
               Writing
211203564                  punctuation, including quotation marks for secondary
            Proofreading
                           quotations (ELA-3-H2)                                            11,12
                           The student will apply standard rules of mechanics and
               Writing
211203565                  punctuation, including internal capitalization and
            Proofreading
                           manuscript form (ELA-3-H2)                                       11,12
            Information    The student will identify and use a computer mouse (PK-
211203566
            Resources      LL-L5) (ELA-5-E1)                                                PK, K
                           The student will identify and use information that is
            Information
211203567                  formatted in a chart or graph, such as a daily schedule (PK-
            Resources
                           LL-S1) (ELA-5-E6)                                                PK, K
            Information    The student will identify a computer's keyboard and use to
211203568
            Resources      enter information (ELA-5-E1)                                      K, 1
            Information    The student will use technology to produce class work
211203569
            Resources      (ELA-5-E4)                                                        K, 1
                           The student will locate information using the organization
            Information
211203570                  features of various media, including a picture dictionary
            Resources
                           (ELA-5-E1)                                                         1

                           The student will use various sources to gather information
            Information
211203571                  including children's magazines, children's encyclopedias,
            Resources
                           and electronic references to explain a topic (ELA-5-E2)
                                                                                             1,2
            Information    The student will record data through pictures or words
211203572
            Resources      (ELA-5-E3)                                                         1



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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
                          The student will use graphic organizers to categorize
            Information
211203573                 information and create informal outlines individually and
            Resources
                          during class discussions (ELA-5-E3)                               1
                          The student will locate and read information on simple
            Information   charts, graphs, diagrams, maps, schedules, and simple
211203574
            Resources     timelines generated from grade-appropriate materials
                          (ELA-5-E6)                                                      1,2,3,4

                          The student will locate information using the organizational
            Information   features of texts, including: URL addresses from the Web,
211203575
            Resources     title pages, glossaries, indices, tables of contents, chapter
                          headings, and charts (ELA-5-E1)
                                                                                          2,3,4
                          The student will gather and arrange information in graphic
            Information
211203576                 organizers, simple outlines, notes, and summaries (ELA-5-
            Resources
                          E3)                                                               2
            Information   The student will use technology to publish simple research
211203577
            Resources     reports and book summaries (ELA-5-E4)                            2,3
            Information   The student will tell and write about the sources of learned
211203578
            Resources     information (ELA-5-E5)                                            2
                          The student will locate information using organizational
            Information   features of a variety of resources, including electronic
211203579
            Resources     information, Dewey decimal system, and printed texts
                          (ELA-5-E1)                                                       3,4
                          The student will locate information from multiple sources,
            Information
211203580                 including books, periodicals, videotapes, Web sites, and
            Resources
                          CD-ROMs (ELA-5-E2)                                                3
            Information   The student will determine appropriateness of collected
211203581
            Resources     information for a specified purpose (ELA-5-E2)                    3
            Information   The student will use keywords to take notes from written
211203582
            Resources     and electronic sources (ELA-5-E3)                                3,4
                          The student will complete simple outlines with main topics
            Information
211203583                 and subtopics that reflect the information gathered (ELA-5-
            Resources
                          E3)                                                              3,4
            Information   The student will use simple bibliographic information to cite
211203584
            Resources     source (ELA-5-E5)                                                 3
                          The student will locate information using reference
            Information
211203585                 sources, including almanacs, atlases, newspapers,
            Resources
                          magazines, and brochures (ELA-5-E1)                               4
                          The student will evaluate the usefulness of library and
            Information   online databases, electronic reference works, Internet
211203586
            Resources     information, community and government data, interviews,
                          experiments, and surveys (ELA-5-E2)                               4
                          The student will use electronic and print resources to
            Information
211203587                 revise and publish book reviews and research reports
            Resources
                          (ELA-5-E4)                                                        4



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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
                          The student will create a list of sources (e.g., books,
            Information
211203588                 encyclopedias, online resources) following a specified
            Resources
                          format (ELA-5-E5)                                                 4
            Information
211203589                 The student will define plagiarism (ELA-5-E5)
            Resources                                                                       4
                          The student will locate and select information using
            Information   organizational features in sources, including complex
211203590
            Resources     reference sources (e.g., almanacs, appendices) (ELA-5-
                          M1)                                                             5,6,7,8
                          The student will locate and select information using
            Information
211203591                 organizational features in sources, including electronic
            Resources
                          storage devices (e.g., CD-ROMs, diskettes) (ELA-5-M1)           5,6,7,8
                          The student will locate and select information using
            Information
211203592                 organizational features in sources, including bookmarked
            Resources
                          Web addresses (ELA-5-M1)                                        5,6,7,8
                          The student will locate and integrate information from
            Information
211203593                 resources, including multiple printed texts and electronic
            Resources
                          sources for use in researching a topic (ELA-5-M2)               5,6,7,8
                          The student will locate, gather, and select information
            Information
211203594                 using data-gathering strategies, including surveying,
            Resources
                          interviewing, and paraphrasing (ELA-5-M3)                       5,6,7,8
                          The student will generate research reports that include
            Information   information presented in visual representations of
211203595
            Resources     data/information, graphic organizers, and bibliographies
                          (ELA-5-M3)                                                      5,6,7,8
                          The student will use word processing and/or other
            Information   technology to draft, revise, and publish a variety of works,
211203596
            Resources     including compositions, business letters and reports (ELA-
                          5-M4)                                                           5,6,7,8

                          The student will give credit for borrowed information by
            Information
211203597                 integrating quotations and citations, using endnotes, and
            Resources
                          creating bibliographies and/or works cited lists (ELA-5-M5)
                                                                                          5,6,7,8
                          The student will interpret information from sources,
            Information
211203598                 including timelines, charts, schedules, tables, diagrams,
            Resources
                          and maps (ELA-5-M6)                                             5,6,7,8
                          The student will locate and select information using
            Information   organizational features of grade-appropriate resources,
211203599
            Resources     including organizational features of electronic texts (ELA-5-
                          M1)                                                             6,7,8
            Information   The student will identify sources as primary and secondary
211203600
            Resources     to determine credibility of information (ELA-5-M2)
                                                                                            6
            Information   The student will explain the usefulness and accuracy of
211203601
            Resources     sources by determining their validity (ELA-5-M2)                 7,8



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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
                          The student will identify and use organizational features to
            Information
211203602                 locate relevant information for research projects using print
            Resources
                          resources and electronic texts (ELA-5-H1)                       9,10,11,12
                          The student will locate, analyze, and synthesize
            Information
211203603                 information from multiple printed texts, electronic sources,
            Resources
                          and other media sources (ELA-5-H2)                              9,10,11,12
                          The student will analyze the usefulness and accuracy of
            Information
211203604                 sources by determining their validity (e.g., authority,
            Resources
                          accuracy, objectivity) (ELA-5-H2)                               9,10,11,12
                          The student will access information and conduct research
                          by formulating clear research questions, compiling and
            Information
211203605                 organizing information to support the central ideas,
            Resources
                          concepts, and themes of formal papers or presentations
                          (ELA-5-H3)                                                      9,10,11,12

                          The student will access information and conduct research
            Information
211203606                 using gathering evidence from primary and secondary
            Resources
                          sources and using graphic organizers (ELA-5-H3)
                                                                                          9,10,11,12
            Information   The student will write a variety of research reports, which
211203607
            Resources     include research supporting the main ideas (ELA-5-H3)             9,10
                          The student will write a variety of research reports which
            Information
211203608                 include facts, details, examples, and explanations from
            Resources
                          sources (ELA-5-H3)                                                9,10
            Information   The student will write a variety of research reports which
211203609
            Resources     include graphics when appropriate (ELA-5-H3)                      9,10
            Information   The student will write a variety of research reports which
211203610
            Resources     include complete documentation (ELA-5-H3)                         9,10

                          The student will use word processing and/or other
            Information   technology to draft, revise, and publish various works,
211203611
            Resources     including research reports documented with parenthetical
                          citations and bibliographies or works cited lists (ELA-5-H4)
                                                                                            9,10
                          The student will give credit for borrowed information using
            Information   parenthetical documentation to integrate quotes and
211203612
            Resources     citations and preparing bibliographies and/or works cited
                          list (ELA-5-H5)                                                     9
                          The student will analyze information found in a variety of
                          complex graphic organizers, including detailed maps,
            Information
211203613                 comparative charts, extended tables, graphs, diagrams,
            Resources
                          cutaways, overlays, and sidebars to determine usefulness
                          for research (ELA-5-H6)                                         9,10,11,12

                          The student will follow acceptable use policy to document
            Information
211203614                 sources in research reports by preparing extended
            Resources
                          bibliographies of reference materials (ELA-5-H5)
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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
                          The student will follow acceptable use policy to document
            Information
211203615                 sources in research reports by integrating quotations and
            Resources
                          citations while maintaining flow of ideas (ELA-5-H5)
                                                                                             10
                          The student will follow acceptable use policy to document
            Information   sources in research reports by using standard formatting
211203616
            Resources     for source acknowledgment according to a specified style
                          guide (ELA-5-H5)                                                   10
                          The student will follow acceptable use policy to document
            Information   sources in research reports by using parenthetical
211203617
            Resources     documentation following MLA Guide within a research
                          report (ELA-5-H5)                                                  10
                          The student will access information and conduct research
            Information
211203618                 by evaluating the validity and/or reliability of primary and/or
            Resources
                          secondary sources (ELA-5-H3)                                      11,12
                          The student will access information and conduct research
            Information
211203619                 by preparing annotated bibliographies and anecdotal
            Resources
                          scripts (ELA-5-H3)                                                11,12
                          The student will write extended research reports which
            Information
211203620                 include researched information that supports main ideas
            Resources
                          (ELA-5-H3)                                                        11,12
                          The student will write extended research reports which
            Information
211203621                 include facts, details, examples, and explanations from
            Resources
                          sources (ELA-5-H3)                                                11,12

            Information   The student will write extended research reports which
211203622
            Resources     include graphics when appropriate (ELA-5-H3)
                                                                                            11,12
                          The student will write extended research reports which
            Information
211203623                 include complete documentation consistent with a
            Resources
                          specified style guide (ELA-5-H3)                                  11,12
                          The student will use word processing and/or technology to
            Information   draft, revise, and publish various works, including
211203624
            Resources     functional documents using formatting techniques that
                          make the document user friendly (ELA-5-H4)                        11,12
                          The student will use word processing and/or technology to
            Information   draft, revise, and publish various works, including
211203625
            Resources     analytical reports that include databases, graphics, and
                          spreadsheets (ELA-5-H4)                                           11,12

                          The student will use word processing and/or technology to
            Information
211203626                 draft, revise, and publish various works, including research
            Resources
                          reports on high-interest and literary topics (ELA-5-H4)
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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
            Information   The student will use selected style guides to produce
211203627
            Resources     complex reports that include credit for sources (ELA-5-H5)
                                                                                          11,12
                          The student will use selected style guides to produce
            Information
211203628                 complex reports that include standard formatting for
            Resources
                          source acknowledgment (ELA-5-H5)                                11,12
                          The student will use words, phrases, and/or sentences to
            Speaking
211203629                 express feelings, ideas, needs, and wants (PK-LL-S1) (PK-
            Listening
                          LL-S2) (ELA-4-E1)                                               PK, K
                          The student will carry on a conversation about a topic,
            Speaking
211203630                 thought, or idea from the classroom, home, or community
            Listening
                          (PK-LL-S1) (PK-LL-S3) (ELA-4-E1)                                PK, K
            Speaking      The student will repeat an instruction given orally (PK-LL-
211203631
            Listening     S1) (ELA-4-E2)                                                   PK
            Speaking      The student will give and/or follow one- and two-step
211203632
            Listening     verbal and nonverbal directions (PK-LL-L2) (ELA-4-E2)           PK, K
            Speaking      The student will retell part of a favorite story (PK-LL-R2)
211203633
            Listening     (ELA-4-E3)                                                       PK
            Speaking      The student will speak about life experiences or topics of
211203634
            Listening     interest (PK-LL-S3) (ELA-4-E4)                                   PK
                          The student will participate in role-playing, creative
            Speaking      dramatics, finger plays, nursery rhymes and choral
211203635
            Listening     speaking (PK-LL-R1) (PK-LL-S2) (PK-LL-L3) (PK-LL-L4)
                          (ELA-4-E5)                                                       PK
                          The student will listen and orally respond to questions
            Speaking
211203636                 about media, including music and videos (PK-LL-L5) (ELA-
            Listening
                          4-E6)                                                            PK
                          The student will recognize and follow agreed-upon rules
            Speaking
211203637                 for discussing, such as raising one's hand (PK-LL-S1) (PK-
            Listening
                          SE-C1) (ELA-4-E7)                                                PK
            Speaking      The student will relate an experience or creative story in a
211203638
            Listening     logical sequence (ELA-4-E3)                                      K
                          The student will describe people, places, things (e.g., size,
            Speaking
211203639                 color, shape), locations, and actions from a story read
            Listening
                          aloud (ELA-4-E3)                                                 K,1
            Speaking      The student will recite short poems, rhymes, and songs
211203640
            Listening     (ELA-4-E4)                                                       K,1
            Speaking      The student will listen to and recite short poems and
211203641
            Listening     stories for an audience (ELA-4-E5)                               K

                          The student will respond to video/film versions of a story
            Speaking
211203642                 read aloud through activities such as role-playing,
            Listening
                          illustrating, and discussing without interruption (ELA-4-E6)
                                                                                           K,1
                          The student will participate in designated roles within
            Speaking
211203643                 classroom activities, such as line leader, teacher helper,
            Listening
                          and calendar helper (ELA-4-E7)                                   K


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            Speaking    The student will speak clearly at a speed, tone, and
211203644
            Listening   volume appropriate for purpose and setting (ELA-4-E1)             1,2
                        The student will follow classroom procedures (e.g.,
            Speaking
211203645               organizing materials) according to teacher directions (ELA-
            Listening
                        4-E2)                                                             1
            Speaking    The student will give or explain multi-step directions to
211203646
            Listening   classmates (e.g., explaining an assignment) (ELA-4-E2)            1,2
            Speaking    The student will ask questions to clarify directions and/or
211203647
            Listening   classroom routines (ELA-4-E2)                                     1
            Speaking    The student will retell stories in sequential order using
211203648
            Listening   vocabulary from the story (ElA-4-E3)                              1
                        The student will give oral presentations about familiar
            Speaking    experiences or topics using eye contact, clear
211203649
            Listening   pronunciation, appropriate visual aids, and adequate
                        volume (ELA-4-E4)                                                 1,2
                        The student will give oral presentations that have a
            Speaking
211203650               recognizable organization (e.g., sequence, summary) (ELA-
            Listening
                        4-E4)                                                             1
                        The student will use active listening strategies (e.g.,
            Speaking    making eye contact, asking questions, restating acquired
211203651
            Listening   information and procedures) to acquire information and
                        understand procedures (ELA-4-E5)                                  1,2
            Speaking    The student will maintain the topic of conversation with a
211203652
            Listening   classmate (ELA-4-E7)                                              1
                        The student will engage in discussions about classroom
            Speaking
211203653               procedures and rules, and generate ideas for new
            Listening
                        procedures and rules (ELA-4-E7)                                   1,2
            Speaking    The student will tell and retell stories with sequential order,
211203654
            Listening   including setting, character, and simple plot (ELA-4-E3)
                                                                                          2
            Speaking    The student will tell and retell stories with supportive facts
211203655
            Listening   and details from the story (ELA-4-E3)                             2
            Speaking    The student will tell and retell stories with explicit and
211203656
            Listening   implicit main ideas (ELA-4-E3)                                    2
                        The student will adjust language during a presentation in
            Speaking
211203657               order to inform or explain to a specific audience (ELA-4-
            Listening
                        E4)                                                               2
            Speaking    The student will deliver informal presentations that
211203658
            Listening   demonstrate an understanding of a topic (ELA-4-E4)                2
                        The student will give oral responses, including: telling
            Speaking
211203659               stories and personal experiences and giving explanations
            Listening
                        and reports (ELA-4-E5)                                            2
            Speaking    The student will compare ideas from a wide variety of
211203660
            Listening   media (ELA-4-E6)                                                  2,3




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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
            Speaking    The student will identify and assume the role of discussion
211203661
            Listening   leader, contributor, and active listener (ELA-4-E7)
                                                                                          2,3
                        The student will use clear diction and tone and adjust
            Speaking
211203662               volume and tempo to stress important ideas when
            Listening
                        speaking (ELA-4-E1)                                                3
            Speaking    The student will give, interpret, and follow precise multi-
211203663
            Listening   step directions and instructions (ELA-4-E2)                       3,4
                        The student will tell a complex story that includes the
            Speaking
211203664               following: a central idea, ideas and details organized
            Listening
                        chronologically (ELA-4-E3)                                         3
                        The student will give rehearsed oral presentations that
            Speaking    include the following: expression of an opinion about a
211203665
            Listening   text, topic, or idea, relevant facts and details from multiple
                        sources (ELA-4-E4)                                                 3
                        The student will clarify and enhance oral presentations
            Speaking
211203666               through the use of appropriate props (e.g., objects,
            Listening
                        pictures, charts) (ELA-4-E4)                                       3
                        The student will use active listening strategies, including
            Speaking
211203667               asking questions and responding to ideas/opinions (ELA-4-
            Listening
                        E5)                                                               3,4
                        The student will use active learning strategies, including
            Speaking
211203668               giving oral responses, such as explanations of written
            Listening
                        and/or spoken texts (ELA-4-E5)                                     3
            Speaking    The student will adjust pacing to suit purpose, audience,
211203669
            Listening   and setting when speaking (ELA-4-E1)                               4
                        The student will deliver presentations that include
            Speaking
211203670               information drawn from several sources and identification
            Listening
                        of the sources (ELA-4-E4)                                          4
            Speaking    The student will deliver presentations that include effective
211203671
            Listening   introductions and conclusions (ELA-4-E4)                           4
                        The student will deliver presentations that include details,
            Speaking
211203672               examples, anecdotes, or statistics that explain or clarify
            Listening
                        information (ELA-4-E4)                                             4
                        The student will deliver presentations that include
            Speaking
211203673               information selected to persuade or influence the audience
            Listening
                        (ELA-4-E4)                                                         4
            Speaking    The student will adjust speaking content according to the
211203674
            Listening   needs of the audience (ELA-4-E5)                                   4
                        The student will listen to and critique messages such as
            Speaking
211203675               advertising that are communicated in a variety of mediums
            Listening
                        (ELA-4-E6)                                                         4
            Speaking    The student will identify the effectiveness and dynamics of
211203676
            Listening   group process and cooperative learning (ELA-4-E7)                  4
            Speaking    The student will adjust diction and enunciation to suit the
211203677
            Listening   purpose for speaking (ELA-4-M1)                                  5,6,7,8



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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
                        The student will use complete sentences and standard
            Speaking
211203678               English grammar, diction, syntax, and pronunciation when
            Listening
                        speaking (ELA-4-M1)                                            5,6,7,8
                        The student will follow procedures (e.g., read, question,
            Speaking
211203679               write a response, form groups) from detailed oral
            Listening
                        instructions (ELA-4-M2)                                        5,6,7,8
            Speaking    The student will restate or describe oral
211203680
            Listening   directions/procedures for tasks (ELA-4-M2)                     5,6,7,8
            Speaking    The student will adjust volume and inflection to suit the
211203681
            Listening   audience and purpose of presentations (ELA-4-M3)               5,6,7,8
                        The student will organize oral presentations with a thesis,
            Speaking
211203682               an introduction, a body developed with relevant details,
            Listening
                        and a conclusion (ELA-4-M3)                                    5,6,7,8
                        The student will demonstrate active listening strategies
            Speaking
211203683               (e.g., responding to questions, making visual contact)
            Listening
                        (ELA-4-M4)                                                       5
                        The student will deliver formal and informal presentations
            Speaking
211203684               for book reports, personal experiences, and explanations
            Listening
                        of projects (ELA-4-M4)                                           5
                        The student will evaluate media for effectiveness of
            Speaking
211203685               organization, presentation, usefulness and relevance of
            Listening
                        information (ELA-4-M5)                                           5
                        The student will participate in group discussions, including
            Speaking
211203686               explaining the effectiveness and dynamics of group
            Listening
                        process (ELA-4-M6)                                             5,6,7,8
                        The student will participate in group and panel
            Speaking
211203687               discussions, including applying agreed-upon rules for
            Listening
                        formal and informal discussions (ELA-4-M6)                     5,6,7,8
                        The student will participate in group and panel
            Speaking
211203688               discussions, including assuming a variety of roles (e.g.,
            Listening
                        facilitator, recorder, leader, listener) (ELA-4-M6)            5,6,7,8
                        The student will demonstrate active listening strategies,
            Speaking
211203689               including viewing a video to interpret the meaning of the
            Listening
                        story (ELA-4-M4)                                                 6
                        The student will demonstrate active listening strategies
            Speaking    summarizing the main points of a speaker's message,
211203690
            Listening   including supporting details and their significance (ELA-4-
                        M4)                                                              6
                        The student will deliver oral presentations, including a
            Speaking    research-based presentation and formal and informal
211203691
            Listening   descriptive presentations that convey relevant information
                        and descriptive details (ELA-4-M4)                               6

                        The student will evaluate media for various purposes,
            Speaking    including text structure, images/sensory details, support
211203692
            Listening   for main position, background information, opinions vs.
                        facts, and sequence of ideas and organization (ELA-4-M5)
                                                                                         6


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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
                        The student will evaluate and determine bias and
            Speaking
211203693               credibility of various media presentations (e.g., TV and
            Listening
                        radio advertising) (ELA-4-M4)                                      7
            Speaking    The student will deliver formal and informal persuasive
211203694
            Listening   presentations (ELA-4-M4)                                          7,8
            Speaking    The student will deliver grade-appropriate research-based
211203695
            Listening   presentations (ELA-4-M4)                                           7
                        The student will evaluate a variety of media for
            Speaking
211203696               impressions/effect on listeners, faulty reasoning,
            Listening
                        propaganda techniques, and delivery (ELA-4-M5)                     7
                        The student will determine the credibility of the speaker
            Speaking
211203697               (e.g., hidden agenda, slanted or biased materials) (ELA-4-
            Listening
                        M4)                                                                8
            Speaking    The student will summarize a speaker’s purpose and point
211203698
            Listening   of view (ELA-4-M4)                                                 8
                        The student will compare, contrast, and evaluate
            Speaking
211203699               information found in a wide variety of text/electronic media
            Listening
                        (ELA-4-M5)                                                         8
                        The student will use standard English grammar, diction,
            Speaking    and syntax when responding to questions, participating in
211203700
            Listening   informal group discussions, and making presentations
                        (ELA-4-H1)                                                     9,10,11,12
                        The student will select language appropriate to specific
            Speaking
211203701               purposes and audiences when speaking, including
            Listening
                        delivering informational/book reports in class (ELA-4-H1)      9,10,11,12
                        The student will select language appropriate to specific
            Speaking    purposes and audiences when speaking, including
211203702
            Listening   conducting interviews/surveys of classmates or the
                        general public (ELA-4-H1)                                      9,10,11,12
                        The student will select language appropriate to specific
            Speaking
211203703               purposes and audiences when speaking, including
            Listening
                        participating in class discussions (ELA-4-H1)                  9,10,11,12
                        The student will listen to oral instructions, presentations,
            Speaking    and carry out procedures, including taking accurate notes,
211203704
            Listening   writing summaries or responses, forming groups (ELA-4-
                        H2)                                                            9,10,11,12
                        The student will organize and use precise language to
            Speaking
211203705               deliver oral directions and instructions about general,
            Listening
                        technical, or scientific topics (ELA-4-H2)                     9,10,11,12
                        The student will deliver oral presentations that include
                        phrasing, enunciation, voice modulation, verbal and
            Speaking
211203706               nonverbal techniques, and inflection adjusted to stress
            Listening
                        important ideas and impact audience response (ELA-4-
                        H3)                                                              9,10




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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ENGLISH
                        The student will deliver oral presentations that include
            Speaking
211203707               language choices selected to suit the content and context
            Listening
                        (ELA-4-H3)                                                       9,10

                        The student will deliver oral presentations that include an
            Speaking
211203708               organization that includes an introduction, relevant details
            Listening
                        that develop the topic, and a conclusion (ELA-4-H3)
                                                                                         9,10
            Speaking    The student will use active listening strategies, including
211203709
            Listening   monitoring messages for clarity (ELA-4-H4)                     9,10,11,12
            Speaking    The student will use active listening strategies, including
211203710
            Listening   selecting and organizing essential information (ELA-4-H4)
                                                                                       9,10,11,12
            Speaking    The student will use active listening strategies, including
211203711
            Listening   noting cues such as changes in pace (ELA-4-H4)                 9,10,11,12
                        The student will use active listening strategies, including
            Speaking    generating and asking questions concerning a speaker’s
211203712
            Listening   content, delivery, and attitude toward the subject (ELA-4-
                        H4)                                                            9,10,11,12
                        The student will deliver clear, coherent, and concise oral
            Speaking
211203713               presentations about information and ideas in texts (ELA-4-
            Listening
                        H4)                                                              9,10
                        The student will analyze media information by
            Speaking
211203714               summarizing the coverage of a media event and
            Listening
                        comparing messages from different media (ELA-4-H5)                 9
                        The student will participate in group and panel
            Speaking
211203715               discussions, including identifying the strengths and talents
            Listening
                        of other participants (ELA-4-H6)                               9,10,11,12
                        The student will participate in group and panel
            Speaking
211203716               discussions, including acting as facilitator, recorder,
            Listening
                        leader, listener, or mediator (ELA-4-H6)                       9,10,11,12
                        The student will participate in group and panel
            Speaking
211203717               discussions, including evaluating the effectiveness of
            Listening
                        participant’s performance (ELA-4-H6)                           9,10,11,12
                        The student will analyze media information by comparing
            Speaking
211203718               and contrasting the ways in which print and broadcast
            Listening
                        media cover the same event (ELA-4-H5)                             10
                        The student will analyze media information by evaluating
            Speaking
211203719               media messages for clarity, quality, effectiveness, motive,
            Listening
                        and coherence (ELA-4-H5)                                          10
            Speaking    The student will analyze media information by listening to
211203720
            Listening   and critiquing audio/video presentations (ELA-4-H5)               10
                        The student will listen to oral instructions and
            Speaking
211203721               presentations and carry out complex procedures, including
            Listening
                        reading and questioning (ELA-4-H2)                               11,12
                        The student will deliver presentations that include
            Speaking
211203722               language, diction, and syntax selected to suit a purpose
            Listening
                        and impact an audience (ELA-4-H3)                                11,12


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                        The student will deliver presentations that include delivery
            Speaking
211203723               techniques including repetition, eye contact, and appeal to
            Listening
                        emotion (ELA-4-H3)                                                11,12
                        The student will deliver presentations that include an
            Speaking
211203724               introduction, relevant examples, and/or anecdotes, and a
            Listening
                        conclusion arranged to impact an audience (ELA-4-H3)              11,12
                        The student will deliver oral presentations, including
            Speaking
211203725               speeches that use appropriate rhetorical strategies (ELA-4-
            Listening
                        H4)                                                               11,12
                        The student will deliver oral presentations, including
            Speaking
211203726               responses that analyze information in texts and media
            Listening
                        (ELA-4-H4)                                                        11,12
                        The student will deliver oral presentations, including
            Speaking
211203727               persuasive arguments that clarify or defend positions (ELA-
            Listening
                        4-H4)                                                             11,12
                        The student will give oral and written analyses of media
            Speaking
211203728               information, including identifying logical fallacies (e.g.,
            Listening
                        attack ad hominem) used in oral addresses (ELA-4-H5)              11,12
                        The student will give oral and written analyses of media
            Speaking
211203729               information, including analyzing the techniques used in
            Listening
                        media messages for a particular audience (ELA-4-H5)               11,12
                        The student will give oral and written analyses of media
            Speaking    information, including critiquing a speaker's diction and
211203730
            Listening   syntax in relation to the purpose of an oral presentation
                        (ELA-4-H5)                                                        11,12
                        The student will give oral and written analyses of media
                        information, including critiquing strategies (e.g.,
            Speaking
211203731               advertisements, special effects) used by the media to
            Listening
                        inform, persuade, entertain, and transmit culture (ELA-4-
                        H5)                                                               11,12
                        The student will use scribble writing, letter-like forms,
211203732    Writing    dictation, or drawing to represent a word or concept (PK-
                        LL-W1) (PK-LL-W2) (PK-LL-W3) (ELA-2-E1)                            PK
                        The student will orally generate words, ideas, and lists for
211203733    Writing
                        group writing activities (PK-LL-W3) (ELA-2-E3)                     PK
                        The student will write informal notes, lists, and letters using
211203734    Writing    scribble writing and/or pictures (PK-LL-W2) (PK-LL-W3)
                        (PK-LL-W4) (ELA-2-E4)                                              PK
                        The student will participate in group-shared writing
211203735    Writing    activities that include rhyming and descriptive words (PK-
                        LL-W3) (PK-LL-W4) (PK-LL-L3) (ELA-2-E5)                            PK
                        The student will scribble write or draw a picture of a life
211203736    Writing    experience or response to a text read aloud (PK-LL-W2)
                        (PK-LL-W4) (ELA-2-E6)                                              PK
                        The student will write using developmental/inventive
211203737    Writing    spelling, supported by drawing or dictation to the teacher
                        to express ideas (ELA-2-E1)                                        K



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                       The student will create compositions by participating in
211203738    Writing
                       shared writing activities (ELA-2-E1)                                K
                       The student will use illustrations, developmental/inventive
211203739    Writing   spelling, and appropriate vocabulary to write for a specific
                       purpose and/or audience (ELA-2-E2)                                  K
                       The student will create simple text using prior knowledge
211203740    Writing   by drawing, dictating to the teacher, and/or writing using
                       developmental/inventive spelling (ELA-2-E3)                         K
                       The student will use classroom resources (e.g., word
211203741    Writing   walls, picture dictionaries, teachers, peers) to support a
                       writing process (ELA-2-E3)                                          K
                       The student will actively discuss ideas and select a focus
211203742    Writing
                       for group stories (ELA-2-E3)                                        K
                       The student will write informal notes, lists, letters, personal
211203743    Writing   experiences, and stories using developmental/inventive
                       spelling and pictures (ELA-2-E4)                                    K
                       The student will use rhyme and alliteration in group-shared
211203744    Writing
                       writing activities (ELA-2-E5)                                       K
                       The student will use developmental/inventive spelling,
                       supported by pictures, to represent a word or idea or to
211203745    Writing
                       respond to a life experience or a text read aloud (ELA-2-
                       E6)                                                                 K
                       The student will write simple stories with a central idea or
211203746    Writing   event; a beginning, middle, and end; and details (ELA-2-
                       E1)                                                                 1

                       The student will use specific action and descriptive words
                       when writing a story, description, or narration (e.g.,
211203747    Writing
                       stomped instead of walked and magnificent instead of bit)
                       for a specific purpose and/or audience (ELA-2-E2)
                                                                                           2

                       The student will use prewriting strategies, including listing,
211203748    Writing   brainstorming, generating graphic organizers, researching,
                       and drawing to generate ideas for writing (ELA-2-E3)
                                                                                         1,2,3,4
                       The student will plan for writing by completing a partially
211203749    Writing
                       completed graphic organizer (ELA-2-E3)                              1
                       The student will write a first draft of a story, letter, or
211203750    Writing
                       description using complete sentences (ELA-2-E3)                     1
                       The student will conference with a teacher or peers about
211203751    Writing   how to improve writing and incorporate ideas into final
                       paper (ELA-2-E3)                                                  1,2,3,4
                       The student will revise/edit own writing in first draft (ELA-2-
211203752    Writing
                       E3)                                                                1,2
                       The student will create individual and class-written texts for
211203753    Writing
                       publication (ELA-2-E3)                                            1,2,3



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                       The student will independently write a variety of grade-
                       appropriate compositions, including: letters, notes, stories,
211203754    Writing
                       informational descriptions with some detail, and rhymes
                       and poems (ELA-2-E4)                                            1,2
                       The student will use dialogue and sensory details in
211203755    Writing
                       shared writing activities (ELA-2-E5)                            1
                       The student will write for various purposes, including
211203756    Writing   responses that include simple judgments about stories and
                       texts (ELA-2-E6)                                                1

                       The student will write for various purposes, including
211203757    Writing   responses that follow simple formats, including messages,
                       notes, poems, enveloped, lists, and journals (ELA-2-E6)
                                                                                       1,2
                       The student will write compositions of one or more
211203758    Writing   paragraphs, organized with a central idea and a coherent
                       beginning, middle, and end (ELA-2-E1)                           2
                       The student will develop compositions of one or more
                       paragraphs using writing processes such as the following:
211203759    Writing
                       creating a plan (e.g., graphic organizer, web) appropriate
                       to the purpose of writing (ELA-2-E3)                            2
                       The student will develop compositions of one or more
                       paragraphs using writing processes such as the following:
211203760    Writing
                       writing a first draft with a developed beginning, a middle,
                       and an end (ELA-2-E3)                                           2
                       The student will use literary devices, including patterns of
211203761    Writing   rhythm, idioms, personification, and simile in writing (ELA-
                       2-E5)                                                           2,3
                       The student will write letters or invitations that include
211203762    Writing   relevant information and follow a letter/envelope format
                       (ELA-2-E6)                                                      2,3
                       The student will write compositions of two or more
                       paragraphs that are organized with a central idea, a
211203763    Writing   logical, sequential order, supporting details that develop
                       ideas, transitional words within and between paragraphs
                       (ELA-2-E1)                                                      3,4
                       The student will incorporate grade-appropriate vocabulary
211203764    Writing   and information when writing for an intended audience
                       and/or purpose (ELA-2-E2)                                       3
                       The student will develop compositions of two or more
211203765    Writing   paragraphs using writing processes such as selecting a
                       topic, drafting, revising and proofreading (ELA-2-E3)           3,4
                       The student will develop organized one- and two-
211203766    Writing   paragraph compositions using description and narration
                       (ELA-2-E4)                                                      3




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                       The student will write book reports and informational
211203767    Writing   compositions that include main ideas and significant
                       details from the text (ELA-2-E6)                                   3
                       The student will write compositions of at least three
211203768    Writing   paragraphs organized with an introduction and conclusion
                       (ELA-2-E1)                                                         4
                       The student will organize individual paragraphs with topic
211203769    Writing   sentences, relevant elaboration, and concluding sentences
                       (ELA-2-E1)                                                         4
                       The student will identify an audience for a specific writing
                       assignment and select appropriate vocabulary, details, and
211203770    Writing
                       information to create a tone or set the mood and to affect
                       or manipulate the intended audience (ELA-2-E2)                     4
                       The student will develop grade-appropriate compositions
                       by identifying and applying writing processes, including
211203771    Writing   revising based on feedback and use of various tools (e.g.,
                       LEAP21 Writer’s Checklist) and publishing using available
                       technology (ELA-3-E3)                                              4
                       The student will develop paragraphs and compositions of
                       at least three paragraphs using the various modes (i.e.,
211203772    Writing
                       description, narration, exposition, and persuasion),
                       emphasizing narration and description (ELA-2-E4)                   4
                       The student will use a variety of literary devices, including
211203773    Writing
                       hyperbole and metaphor, in compositions (ELA-2-E5)
                                                                                          4
                       The student will write formal and informal letters that follow
211203774    Writing   a specific letter format, include relevant information, and
                       use an appropriate closure (ELA-2-E6)                              4
                       The student will write informational reports that include
211203775    Writing   facts and examples and that present important details in a
                       logical order (ELA-2-E6)                                           4
                       The student will write book reports that include an opinion
211203776    Writing
                       and/or a persuasive viewpoint (ELA-2-E6)                           4
                       The student will write multi-paragraph compositions on
211203777    Writing   student- or teacher-selected topics organized with an
                       established central idea (ELA-2-M1)                              5,6,7,8
                       The student will write multi-paragraph compositions on
                       student- or teacher-selected topics organized with
211203778    Writing
                       important ideas or events stated in sequential or
                       chronological order (ELA-2-M1)                                     5
                       The student will write multi-paragraph compositions on
                       student- or teacher-selected topics organized with
211203779    Writing
                       elaboration (e.g., fact, examples, specific details) (ELA-2-
                       M1)                                                              5,6,7,8




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                       The student will write multi-paragraph compositions on
                       student- or teacher-selected topics organized with
211203780    Writing
                       transitional words and phrases that unify points and ideas
                       (ELA-2-M1)                                                    5,6,7,8
                       The student will write multi-paragraph compositions on
                       student- or teacher-selected topics organized with and
211203781    Writing
                       introduction, a body/middle, and a concluding paragraph
                       (ELA-2-M1)                                                    5,6,7,8
                       The student will organize individual paragraphs with topic
211203782    Writing   sentences, relevant elaboration, and concluding sentences
                       (ELA-2-M1)                                                    5,6,7,8
                       The student will develop grade-appropriate compositions
                       on student- or teacher-selected topics that include word
211203783    Writing
                       choices (diction) appropriate to the identified audience
                       and/or purpose (ELA-2-M2)                                     5,6,7,8
                       The student will develop grade-appropriate compositions
                       on student- or teacher-selected topics that include
211203784    Writing
                       vocabulary selected to clarify meaning, create images, and
                       set a tone (ELA-2-M2)                                         5,6,7,8
                       The student will develop grade-appropriate compositions
                       on student- or teacher-selected topics that include
211203785    Writing
                       information/ideas selected to engage the interest of the
                       reader (ELA-2-M2)                                             5,6,7,8
                       The student will develop grade-appropriate compositions
211203786    Writing   on student- or teacher-selected topics that include clear
                       voice (individual personality) (ELA-2-M2)                     5,6,7,8
                       The student will develop grade-appropriate compositions
211203787    Writing   on student- or teacher-selected topics that include variety
                       in sentence structure (ELA-2-M2)                              5,6,7,8
                       The student will develop grade-appropriate compositions
211203788    Writing   applying writing processes such as selecting topic and
                       form (ELA-2-M3)                                               5,6,7,8
                       The student will develop grade-appropriate compositions
                       applying writing processes such as prewriting (e.g.,
211203789    Writing
                       brainstorming, researching, raising questions, completing
                       graphic organizers) (ELA-2-M3)                                5,6,7,8
                       The student will develop grade-appropriate compositions
211203790    Writing
                       applying writing processes such as drafting (ELA-2-M3)        5,6,7,8
                       The student will develop grade-appropriate compositions
211203791    Writing   applying writing processes such as conferencing (e.g.,
                       peer and teacher) (ELA-2-M3)                                  5,6,7,8
                       The student will develop grade-appropriate compositions
                       applying writing processes such as revising based on
211203792    Writing
                       feedback and use of various tools (e.g., LEAP21 Writer’s
                       Checklist, rubrics) (ELA-2-M3)                                5,6,7,8


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                       The student will develop grade-appropriate compositions
211203793    Writing   applying writing processes such as proofreading/editing
                       (ELA-2-M3)                                                      5,6,7,8
                       The student will develop grade-appropriate compositions
211203794    Writing   applying writing processes such as publishing using
                       technology (ELA-2-M3) (ELA-2-M3)                                5,6,7,8
                       The student will develop grade-appropriate paragraphs
                       and multi-paragraph compositions using the various
211203795    Writing   modes (i.e., description, narration, exposition, and
                       persuasion), emphasizing narration and exposition (ELA-2-
                       M4)                                                             5,6,7,8
                       The student will use the various modes to write
                       compositions, including: how-to essays, stories that
211203796    Writing
                       incorporate dialogue, characters, plot, setting, and sensory
                       details (ELA-2-M4)                                                5
                       The student will develop writing/compositions using a
211203797    Writing   variety of literary and sound devices, including similes,
                       metaphors, and onomatopoeia (ELA-2-M5)                            5
                       The student will write formal and informal letters that state
211203798    Writing   a purpose, make requests, or give compliments (ELA-2-
                       M6)                                                               5
                       The student will write evaluations of media, such as films,
211203799    Writing
                       performances, or field trips (ELA-2-M6)                           5
                       The student will write explanations of stories and poems
211203800    Writing   using retellings, examples, and text-based evidence (ELA-
                       2-M6)                                                             5
                       The student will write multi-paragraph compositions on
                       student- or teacher-selected topics organized with
211203801    Writing   organizational patterns (e.g., comparison/contrast, order of
                       importance, chronological order) appropriate to the topic
                       (ELA-2-M1)                                                       6,7
                       The student will use the various modes to write
211203802    Writing   compositions, including: comparison/contrast and essays
                       based on a stated opinion (ELA-2-M4)                             6,7
                       The student will develop writing using a variety of literary
211203803    Writing   devices, including foreshadowing, flashback, and imagery
                       (ELA-2-M5)                                                        6
                       The student will write business letters that include a
211203804    Writing   heading, inside address, salutation, body, and signature
                       (ELA-2-M6)                                                        6
                       The student will write evaluations, supported with facts and
211203805    Writing   opinions, of newspaper/magazine articles and editorial
                       cartoons (ELA-2-M6)                                               6
                       The student will write text-supported interpretations of
211203806    Writing
                       elements of novels, stories, poems, and plays (ELA-2-M6)
                                                                                       6,7,8




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                       The student will write compositions including fictional
211203807    Writing
                       narratives (ELA-2-M4)                                              7
                       The student will develop writing using a variety of literary
211203808    Writing   devices, including analogies, symbolism, and puns (ELA-2-
                       M5)                                                                7
                       The student will write letters of complaint supported with
211203809    Writing   complete and accurate information and reasons (ELA-2-
                       M6)                                                                7
                       The student will write evaluations of media, such as
211203810    Writing
                       television, radio, and the arts (ELA-2-M6)                         7
                       The student will write applications, such as memberships
211203811    Writing
                       and library cards (ELA-2-M6)                                       7
                       The student will write complex, multi-paragraph
211203812    Writing   compositions organized with important ideas or events
                       stated in a selected order (ELA-2-M1)                              8
                       The student will write short stories developed with literary
211203813    Writing
                       devices (ELA-2-M4)                                                 8

211203814    Writing   The student will write problem/solution essays (ELA-2-M4)
                                                                                          8
                       The student will write essays defending a stated position
211203815    Writing
                       (ELA-2-M4)                                                         8
                       The student will develop writing using a variety of literary
211203816    Writing   devices, including understatements and allusions (ELA-2-
                       M5)                                                                8
                       The student will write persuasive letters that include
211203817    Writing   appropriate wording and tone and that state an opinion
                       (ELA-2-M6)                                                         8
                       The student will write evaluations of advertisements,
211203818    Writing
                       political cartoons, and speeches (ELA-2-M6)                        8

                       The student will develop organized, coherent paragraphs
                       that include topic sentences, logical sequence, transitional
211203819    Writing
                       words and phrases, appropriate closing sentences, and
                       parallel construction where appropriate (ELA-2-H1)
                                                                                        9,10
                       The student will develop multi-paragraph compositions
211203820    Writing   organized with a clearly stated central idea or thesis
                       statement (ELA-2-H1)                                           9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop multi-paragraph compositions
                       organized with a clear, overall structure that includes an
211203821    Writing
                       introduction, a body, and an appropriate conclusion (ELA-2-
                       H1)                                                         9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop multi-paragraph compositions
211203822    Writing   organized with supporting paragraphs appropriate to the
                       topic organized in a logical sequence (ELA-2-H1)            9,10,11,12




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                       The student will develop multi-paragraph compositions
211203823    Writing   organized with transitional words and phrases that unify
                       throughout (ELA-2-H1)                                         9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop compositions with word choices
211203824    Writing   appropriate to the identified audience and/or purpose (ELA-
                       2-H2)                                                         9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop compositions with vocabulary
211203825    Writing   selected to clarify meaning, create images, and set a tone
                       (ELA-2-H2)                                                    9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop compositions with
211203826    Writing   information/ideas selected to engage the interest of the
                       reader (ELA-2-H2)                                             9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop compositions with clear voice
211203827    Writing
                       (individual personality) (ELA-2-H2)                           9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop compositions using writing
211203828    Writing   processes, including: selecting topic and form (e.g.,
                       determining a purpose and audience) (ELA-2-H3)                9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop compositions using writing
211203829    Writing
                       processes, including: prewriting (ELA-2-H3)                   9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop compositions using writing
211203830    Writing
                       processes, including: drafting (ELA-2-H3)                     9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop compositions using writing
211203831    Writing   processes, including: conferencing (e.g., peer and
                       teacher) (ELA-2-H3)                                           9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop compositions using writing
211203832    Writing   processes, including: revising for content and structure
                       based on feedback (ELA-2-H3)                                  9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop compositions using writing
211203833    Writing   processes, including: proofreading/editing to improve
                       conventions of language (ELA-2-H3)                            9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop compositions using writing
211203834    Writing   processes, including: publishing using technology (ELA-2-
                       H3)                                                           9,10,11,12
                       The student will develop paragraphs and complex, multi-
211203835    Writing   paragraph compositions using all modes of writing
                       emphasizing exposition and persuasion (ELA-2-H4)                9,10
                       The student will develop paragraphs and compositions that
211203836    Writing   include literary devices such as student-composed
                       oxymoron, touches of sarcasm, and/or irony (ELA-2-H5)             9
                       The student will develop paragraphs and compositions that
211203837    Writing   include vocabulary and phrasing that reflect an individual
                       character (voice) (ELA-2-H5)                                      9
                       The student will develop paragraphs and compositions that
211203838    Writing   include a variety of sentence lengths and structures (ELA-
                       2-H5)                                                             9
                       The student will write formal and business letters, such as
211203839    Writing   letters of complaint and requests for information (ELA-2-
                       H6)                                                             9,10


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211203840    Writing   The student will write letters to the editor (ELA-2-H6)           9,10
211203841    Writing   The student will write job applications (ELA-2-H6)                9,10
                       The student will write text-supported interpretations that
211203842    Writing
                       connect life experiences to works of literature (ELA-2-H6)
                                                                                         9,10
                       The student will use all modes to write compositions
211203843    Writing   including: comparison/contrast of ideas and information in
                       reading materials or current issues (ELA-2-H4)                     10
                       The student will use all modes to write compositions
211203844    Writing   including: literary analyses that compare and contrast
                       multiple texts (ELA-2-H4)                                          10
                       The student will use all modes to write compositions
211203845    Writing
                       including: editorials on current affairs (ELA-2-H4)                10
                       The student will develop writing using literary and
211203846    Writing   rhetorical devices, including imagery and the rhetorical
                       question (ELA-2-H5)                                              10,11,12
                       The student will develop individual writing style with a
211203847    Writing   variety of sentence structures (e.g., parallel or repetitive)
                       and lengths (ELA-2-H5)                                             10
                       The student will develop individual writing style with diction
211203848    Writing
                       selected to create a tone and set a mood (ELA-2-H5)
                                                                                          10
                       The student will develop individual writing style with
211203849    Writing   selected vocabulary and phrasing that reflect the character
                       and temperament of the writer (ELA-2-H5)                           10
                       The student will use various modes to write definition
211203850    Writing   essays, problem/solution essays, cause-effect essays, and
                       persuasive essays (ELA-2-H4)                                      11,12
                       The student will use various modes to write a research
211203851    Writing   project, literary analyses that incorporate research, and
                       process analyses (ELA-2-H4)                                       11,12
                       The student will extend development of style to include
211203852    Writing   avoidance of overused words, clichés, and jargon (ELA-2-
                       H5)                                                               11,12
                       The student will extend development of style to include a
211203853    Writing
                       variety of sentence structures and patterns (ELA-2-H5)            11,12
                       The student will extend development of style to include
211203854    Writing
                       diction that sets tone and mood (ELA-2-H5)                        11,12
                       The student will extend development of style to include
211203855    Writing   vocabulary and phrasing that reflect the character and
                       temperament of the writer (ELA-2-H5)                              11,12
                       The student will write interpretations/explanations that
211203856    Writing   connect life experiences to works of American, British, and
                       world literature (ELA-2-H6)                                       11,12
                       The student will write functional documents (e.g., resumes,
211203857    Writing
                       memos, proposals) (ELA-2-H6)                                      11,12




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GOALS
                            The student will, through daily participation in a language-based program,
            Developmentally
181101000                   improve his/her acquisition of language, cognitive concepts and interaction
               Delayed
                            skills as measured by 70% master of items on the teacher-made checklist
                          The student will improve his/her current cognitive performance by participation
          Developmentally in activities designed to promote awareness, maintain/improve his/her interest
181101001
             Delayed      level in his physical surroundings as measured by 70% mastery of items on
                          teacher-made checklist
            Developmentally The student will increase interactions with people and toys by participating in
181101002
               Delayed      language activities on a daily basis
                          The student will improve his/her acquisition of language, cognitive concepts,
          Developmentally and social interaction skills through daily participation in a language-based
181101003
             Delayed      curriculum as measured by mastery of 70% of items on Early Learning Level
                          Checklist

                          The student will improve his/her acquisition of language and cognitive concepts
          Developmentally through daily participation in a language-based curriculum as measured by
181101004
             Delayed      mastery of 70% of items on teacher-made checklist and/or Early Learning Level
                          Checklist

                          The student will increase the number of interactions, vocalizations, gestures,
          Developmentally and length of attention to improve acquisition of language and cognitive
181101005
             Delayed      concepts by 70% of the items on a teacher-made checklist and/or Early
                          Learning Level Checklist

                          The student will improve his/her acquisition of language, cognitive concepts,
          Developmentally and social interaction skills through daily participation in a language-based
181101006
             Delayed      curriculum as measured by mastery of 70% of grade level indicators for pre-
                          kindergarten
                            The student will improve his/her acquisition of language and cognitive concepts
            Developmentally
181101007                   through daily participation in a language-based curriculum as measured by
               Delayed
                            mastery of 70% of grade level indicators for pre-kindergarten
            Developmentally
181101008                   Insert Language Goal Here
               Delayed




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OBJECTIVES
            Developmentally
181101101                   The student will respond to "no-no" by withdrawing or pushing away
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will respond to his name by turning and smiling and/or giving eye
181101102
               Delayed      contact
            Developmentally The student will participate in circle time activities by moving hands, smiling,
181101103
               Delayed      and/or vocalizing when prompted
            Developmentally
181101104                   The student will tolerate circle time activities without a negative response
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101105                   The student will wave "bye-bye" in response to an adult or peer
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101106                   The student will choose one of two items by pointing or reaching
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will choose one of two items by pointing or reaching, then
181101107
               Delayed      attempting to vocalize its name
            Developmentally
181101108                   The student will attend to speech and vocalize in response
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will initiate interactions with an adult or peer by verbalizing or
181101109
               Delayed      vocalizing
            Developmentally
181101110                   The student will respond to own name by verbalizing or vocalizing
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will respond to names of other adults or peers by vocalizing,
181101111
               Delayed      pointing, or eye gaze
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate comprehension of cause/effect relationships
181101112
               Delayed      through the intentional use of a switch
            Developmentally
181101113                   The student will activate a touch window to achieve a desired response
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will attend to ________ as evidenced by eye contact with the adult
181101114
               Delayed      or prop
            Developmentally
181101115                   The student will attempt to vocalize and gesture a speech/gesture game
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101116                   The student will vocalize when talked to
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101117                   The student will attempt consonant-like sounds
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will identify common objects upon request by gesture, vocalization,
181101118
               Delayed      and/or eye gaze
            Developmentally
181101119                   The student will identify familiar people with eye gaze or gesture
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101120                   The student will identify pictures of familiar people with eye gaze or gesture
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101121                   The student will play cooperatively in a teacher directed game
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101122                   The student will visually track a moving light source in a darkened room
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will maintain visual attention to a toy or object that is being
181101123
               Delayed      operated by an adult or peer tutor
            Developmentally The student will engage in vocal play exchanges (cooing, babbling or other
181101124
               Delayed      sounds)

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            Developmentally
181101125                   The student will maintain interest in surroundings without negative responses
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will participate in a variety of hand-over-hand interactive games,
181101126
               Delayed      finger play, or songs
            Developmentally The student will respond in an appropriate nonverbal manner (facial
181101127
               Delayed      expression, body movement, eye gaze)
            Developmentally The student will verbalize the names of desired objects or repeat the names
181101128
               Delayed      modeled by adults
            Developmentally The student will make wants and needs known by vocalizing and/or repeating
181101129
               Delayed      the adult model
            Developmentally
181101130                   The student will make wants and needs known by using complete sentences
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101131                   The student will point to body parts requested and attempt to repeat the name
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101132                   The student will name body parts
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101133                   The student will select the item requested from a group
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101134                   The student will select the item by the size requested
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101135                   The student will follow directions related to the routine without gestural cues
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will orient to sound by turning, looking, reaching, and/or moving in
181101136
               Delayed      the direction of the sound. (AEPS 0-3 A1.1)
                          The student will orient to visual events by turning, looking, reaching, and/or
          Developmentally
181101137                 moving in direction of source that is within the child's visual field. (AEPS 0-3
             Delayed
                          A1.2)
                          The student will orient to tactile stimulation (eg, soft yarn ball, warm blanket,
          Developmentally
181101138                 furry stuffed toy) by turning, looking, reaching, and/or moving in direction of
             Delayed
                          source. (AEPS 0-3 A1.3)
                          The student will respond to auditory, visual and tactile events by ceasing or
          Developmentally
181101139                 increasing activity momentarily when presented with auditory, visual and tactile
             Delayed
                          events. (AEPS 0-3 A1.4)
            Developmentally The student will visually follow an object and/or person to point of
181101140
               Delayed      disappearance. (AEPS 0-3 B G1)
            Developmentally The student will visually follow an object moving in horizontal, vertacal and
181101141
               Delayed      circular directions. (AEPS 0-3 B1.1)
            Developmentally The student will focus on an object and/or person for at least 4 seconds. (AEPS
181101142
               Delayed      0-3 B1.2)
            Developmentally The student will locate an object hidden first in one place, then in another.
181101143
               Delayed      (AEPS 0-3 B G2)
            Developmentally The student will locate an object hidden while the child is watching. (AEPS 0-3
181101144
               Delayed      B2.1)
            Developmentally The student will locate an object partially hidden while the child is watching.
181101145
               Delayed      (AEPS 0-3 B2.2)
            Developmentally The student will react when an object and/or person hides from view. (AEPS 0-
181101146
               Delayed      3 B2.3)
            Developmentally The student will continue to search for an object that is not in its usual location.
181101147
               Delayed      (AEPS 0-3 B G3)
            Developmentally
181101148                   The student will give first name
               Delayed
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            Developmentally
181101149                   The student will give first and last names
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will give personal information including first and last names, age,
181101150
               Delayed      and gender
            Developmentally
181101151                   The student will tell how objects are used
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101152                   The student will show understanding of descriptive concepts
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101153                   The student will identify colors receptively
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101154                   The student will identify colors expressively
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101155                   The student will answer yes/no questions
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101156                   The student will describe actions using an "in" verb
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101157                   The student will sequence events in a short story
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101158                   The student will follow multi-step oral directions
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101159                   The student will answer simple comprehension questions
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101160                   The student will demonstrate understanding of positional words
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101161                   The student will answer "who" questions by using simple pronouns correctly
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101162                   The student will demonstrate understanding of part/whole relationships
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate understanding of quantity concepts on, one more,
181101163
               Delayed      some, all
            Developmentally The student will sort objects/pictures by classification and give the name of the
181101164
               Delayed      classification
            Developmentally
181101165                   The student will answer simple "WH" questions
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will remain seated in assigned seat during lunch, snack, and group
181101166
               Delayed      time
            Developmentally
181101167                   The student will place objects in proper left to right order from memory
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101168                   The student will name objects removed from view
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101169                   The student will retell a story from pictures
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101170                   The student will state the steps involved in a previous activity in proper order
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101171                   The student will understand that print carries a message (ELA-1-E1;ELA-2-E1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101172                   The student will recognize own name or part of it in print (ELA-1-E1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101173                   The student will react to environmental print (ELA-1-E1)
               Delayed
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            Developmentally The student will display reading behaviors and knowledge of how to use a book
181101174
               Delayed      (ELA-1-E2)
            Developmentally The student will use correct names of objects and events in speech (ELA-3-
181101175
               Delayed      E3,E4; ELA-4-E1)
            Developmentally
181101176                   The student will recognize words in the environment (ELA-3-E5)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate awareness of directionality (left-right, top-bottom,
181101177
               Delayed      etc.) (ELA-1-E2;ELA-3-E1)
            Developmentally The student will tell a story in sequence following pictures in a book or using
181101178
               Delayed      experience (ELA-1-E4,E6;ELA-2-E3,E4,E6;ELA-5-E5;ELA-7-E4)
            Developmentally The student will react to a story through discussion (ELA-1-E3,E5,E6;ELA-4-
181101179
               Delayed      E5;ELA-6-E2)
            Developmentally The student will recite parts of favorite poems, songs, or stories (ELA-2-
181101180
               Delayed      E4,E5;ELA-4-E4;ELA-6-E2)
            Developmentally The student will use story language when retelling a story (ELA-2-E5;ELA-4-
181101181
               Delayed      E3)
            Developmentally The student will communicate a message to others (ELA-2-E2;ELA-3-E3;ELA-4-
181101182
               Delayed      E1,E2,E5;ELA-7-E4)
            Developmentally
181101183                   The student will distinguish between like and different sounds (ELA-1-E1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101184                   The student will experiment with rhyme and repetition (ELA-2-E4,E5)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will role-play real and make-believe situations (ELA-1-E4;ELA-2-
181101185
               Delayed      E5;ELA-4-E4,E7;ELA-6-E2;ELA-7-E4)
            Developmentally
181101186                   The student will predict story text from illustrations (ELA-1-E1;ELA-7-E1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will interact with books for a sustained time (ELA-1-E5,E7;ELA-4-
181101187
               Delayed      E5)
            Developmentally The student will use books, pictures, charts, etc. for a variety of purposes (ELA-
181101188
               Delayed      2-E6;ELA-4-E5;ELA-5-E3,E6;ELA-6-E1)
            Developmentally The student will begin to ask questions for information (ELA-2-E3;ELA-3-
181101189
               Delayed      E2;ELA-5-E3;ELA-7-E3,E4)
            Developmentally
181101190                   The student will relate word labels to graphics on a computer (ELA-5-E1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101191                   The student will display writing-like behaviors (ELA-2-E2,E3;ELA-3-E1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101192                   The student will assign messages to own symbols (ELA-2-E1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will dictate a message, letter, story, song, etc (ELA-2-
181101193
               Delayed      E1,E3,E4,E6;ELA-5-E4)
            Developmentally The student will use writing and drawing tools with control and intention (ELA-3-
181101194
               Delayed      M1)
            Developmentally
181101195                   The student will attempt to write own name (ELA-1-E1; ELA-2-E3)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101196                   The student will listen to and discuss various genres of literature (ELA-6-E2)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will get meaning from a variety of media (ELA-4-E6;ELA-5-
181101197
               Delayed      E1,E2,E4;ELA-7-E3)
            Developmentally The student will apply reasoning skills in all forms of communication (ELA-7-
181101198
               Delayed      E1,E2,E4)
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            Developmentally The student will understand the concept of a "letter" and a "word" (ELA-1-
181101199
               Delayed      E2;ELA-3-E1)
            Developmentally
181101200                   The student will realize that print carries a message (ELA-1-E1; ELA2-E2)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101201                   The student will associate letters with sounds (ELA-1-E1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will identify upper and lower case letters (ELA-1-E1;ELA-2-E2;ELA-
181101202
               Delayed      3-E1)
            Developmentally
181101203                   The student will recognize environmental print (ELA-1-E6;ELA-3-E5)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will begin to demonstrate one-to-one word correspondence and left-
181101204
               Delayed      right directionality (ELA-1-E2;ELA-3-E1)
            Developmentally The student will begin to read pattern books, which contain high-frequency
181101205
               Delayed      words (ELA-2-E5;ELA-3-E3)
            Developmentally
181101206                   The student will recall sequence of events in a story (ELA-1-E4,E5;ELA-4-E3)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will begin to distinguish between fiction and non-fiction (ELA-5-
181101207
               Delayed      E2;ELA-6-E2;ELA-7-E4)
            Developmentally The student will react to a story through drama and discussion (ELA-1-
181101208
               Delayed      E5,E6;ELA-2-E5;ELA-3-E3;ELA-4-E3,E4,E5,E7;ELA-6-E2)
            Developmentally
181101209                   The student will identify main characters in story (ELA-1-E4)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101210                   The student will determine main idea from story details (ELA-7-E1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will plan, organize and present information (ELA-1-E1;ELA-2-
181101211
               Delayed      E2;ELA-3-E3,E4;ELA-4-E1,E2,E3,E4,E5;ELA-7-E4)
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate an understanding of rhyming words (ELA-1-
181101212
               Delayed      E1;ELA-2-E5;ELA-3-E3)
            Developmentally The student will understand that illustrations can be used as a source of
181101213
               Delayed      meaning (ELA-1-E1;ELA-4-E3)
            Developmentally The student will identify subject matter of a story through titles and illustrations
181101214
               Delayed      (ELA-1-E1;ELA-4-E3)
            Developmentally
181101215                   The student will demonstrate understanding of positional words (ELA-1-E1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101216                   The student will identify story structure beginning, middle, and end (ELA-4-E3)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast stories (ELA-7-
181101217
               Delayed      E2)
            Developmentally The student will use books, charts, etc. for a variety of purposes (ELA-2-
181101219
               Delayed      E6;ELA-3-E5;ELA-5-E3,E6)
                            The student will use a variety of resources and strategies to obtain information:
            Developmentally
181101220                   ask questions, look in books, and conduct experiments (ELA-2-E3;ELA-3-
               Delayed
                            E1,E2;ELA-5-E3,E6;ELA-7-E2,E3,E4)
            Developmentally
181101221                   The student will look for an object in its usual location. (AEPS 0-3 B3.1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will attempt to write sentences with or without punctuation (ELA-3-
181101222
               Delayed      E2)
            Developmentally The student will give meaning to personal writing and illustrations (ELA-2-
181101223
               Delayed      E1,E2,E3,E4,E6;ELA-3-E4)
            Developmentally
181101224                   The student will write name legibly (ELA-1-E1;ELA-2-E3;ELA-3-E1)
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            Developmentally
181101225                   The student will begin to use inventive spelling (ELA-2-E3,E6;ELA-3-E5)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101226                   The student will correctly activate a mechanical toy. (AEPS 0-3 C G1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will use and acquire meaning from a variety of media (ELA-4-
181101227
               Delayed      E6;ELA-5-E1,E2,E4;ELA-7-E3)
            Developmentally
181101228                   The student will correctly activate a simple toy. (AEPS 0-3 C1.1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101229                   The student will use standard English to communicate (ELA-4-E1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will act on mechanical and/or simple toy in some way. (AEPS 0-3
181101230
               Delayed      C1.2)
            Developmentally The student will indicate interest in simple and/or mechanical toy. (AEPS 0-3
181101231
               Delayed      C1.3)
            Developmentally The student will reproduce part of an interactive game and/or action in order to
181101232
               Delayed      continue the game and/or action. (AEPS 0-3 C G2)
            Developmentally The student will indicate the desire to a continue familiar game and/or action.
181101233
               Delayed      (AEPS 0-3 C2.1)
            Developmentally The student will imitate motor action that is not commonly used. (AEPS 0-3 D
181101234
               Delayed      G1)
            Developmentally
181101235                   The student will imitate motor action that is commonly used. (AEPS 0-3 D1.1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101236                   The student will attempt to speak and vocalize in response
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101237                   The student will imitate words that are not frequently used. (AEPS 0-3 D G2)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will imitate speech sounds that are not frequently used. (AEPS 0-3
181101238
               Delayed      D2.1)
            Developmentally
181101239                   The student will imitate words that are frequently used. (AEPS 0-3 D2.2)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will retain objects that he/she is using when a new object is
181101240
               Delayed      acquired. (AEPS 0-3 G E1)
            Developmentally
181101241                   The student will retain one object when a second is obtained. (AEPS 0-3 E1.1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101242                   The student will retain an object. (AEPS 0-3 E1.2)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101243                   The student will use an object to obtain another object. (AEPS 0-3 G E2)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will use part of an object and/or support to obtain another object.
181101244
               Delayed      (AEPS 0-3 E2.1)
            Developmentally
181101245                   The student will navigate large objects around barriers. (AEPS 0-3 G E3)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will move a barrier or go around a barrier to obtain an object.
181101246
               Delayed      (AEPS 0-3 E3.1)
            Developmentally
181101247                   The student will move around a barrier to change location. (AEPS 0-3 E3.2)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will use more than one strategy in an attempt to solve common
181101248
               Delayed      problems. (AEPS 0-3 E4.1)
            Developmentally
181101249                   The student will use imaginary objects in play. (AEPS 0-3 G F1)
               Delayed
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            Developmentally
181101250                   The student will use representational actions with objects. (AEPS F1.1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101251                   The student will use functionally appropriate actions with objects. (AEPS F1.2)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101252                   The student will use simple motor actions on different objects. (AEPS 0-3 F1.3)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101253                   The student will use sensory examination with objects. (AEPS 0-3 F1.4)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will put together at least three objects in a group according to a
181101254
               Delayed      broad-based category. (AEPS 0-3 G G1)
            Developmentally
181101255                   The student will group funtionally related objects (AEPS 0-3 G1.1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will group objects according to size, shape and/or color). (AEPS 0-
181101256
               Delayed      3 G1.2)
            Developmentally
181101257                   The student will match pictures and/or objects. (AEPS 0-3 G1.3)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate the functional use of one-to-one correspondence.
181101258
               Delayed      (AEPS 0-3 G G2)
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate the concept of one (give, show and/or assign one
181101259
               Delayed      and only one object from a group). (AEPS 0-3 G2.1)
            Developmentally The student will assign correct meaning and words to familiar symbols such as
181101260
               Delayed      road signs, logos for brand names, stores, etc. (AEPS 0-3 G G3)
            Developmentally The student will label familiar people, actions, objects and events in pictures.
181101261
               Delayed      (AEPS 0-3 G 3.1)
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate the functional use of reading materials. (AEPS 0-
181101262
               Delayed      3 G G4)
            Developmentally The student will orally fill in or complete familiar text while looking at picture
181101263
               Delayed      books. (AEPS 0-3 G4.1)
            Developmentally The student will make comments and ask questions while looking at picture
181101264
               Delayed      books. (AEPS 0-3 G4.2)
            Developmentally The student will sit and attend to an entire story during shared reading time.
181101265
               Delayed      (AEPS 0-3 G4.3)
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate the use of common opposite concepts by sorting,
181101266                   labeling, or selecting objects with the appropriate quality from at least six pairs
               Delayed
                            (big/little, hot/cold, in/out, etc.). (AEPS 0-3 G G5)
            Developmentally The student will deomonstrate the use of at least four pairs of common
181101267                   opposite concepts by shwoing, sorting, labeling or selecting the appropriate
               Delayed
                            qualities (ie: big/little, hot/cold, in/out, wet/dry, etc). (AEPS 0-3 G5.1).
            Developmentally The student will deomonstrate the use of at least two pairs of common opposite
181101268                   concepts by shwoing, sorting, labeling or selecting the appropriate qualities (ie:
               Delayed
                            big/little, hot/cold, in/out, wet/dry, etc). (AEPS 0-3 G5.2).
            Developmentally The student will repeat simple nursery rhymes or songs without prompts.
181101269
               Delayed      (AEPS 0-3 G G6)
            Developmentally The student will fill in rhyming words in familiar rhymes when adult recites the
181101270
               Delayed      rhyme without the rhyming word. (AEPS 0-3 G6.1)
            Developmentally The student will say nursery rhymes along with a familiar adult. (AEPS 0-3
181101271
               Delayed      G6.2)
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate understanding of eight different colors. (AEPS 3-
181101273
               Delayed      6 Cognitive A1.1)
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate understanding of five different shapes. (AEPS 3-
181101274
               Delayed      6 Cognitive A1.2)
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate understanding of six different size concepts.
181101275
               Delayed      (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive A1.3)
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            Developmentally The student will demonstrate understanding of 10 different qualitative concepts.
181101276
               Delayed      (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive A2.1)
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate understanding of eight different quantitative
181101277
               Delayed      concepts. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive A2.2)
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate understanding of 12 different spatial relations
181101278
               Delayed      concepts. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive A3.1)
            Developmentally The student will demonstrate understanding of seven different temporal
181101279
               Delayed      relations concepts. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive A3.2)
            Developmentally The student will group objects, people or events on the basis of category.
181101280
               Delayed      (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive B1.1)
            Developmentally The student will group objects on the basis of function. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive
181101281
               Delayed      B1.2)
            Developmentally The student will group objects on the basis of physical attribute. (AEPS 3-6
181101282
               Delayed      Cognitive B1.3)
            Developmentally The student will follow directions of three or more related steps that are not
181101283
               Delayed      routinely given. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive C G1)
            Developmentally The student will follow directions of three or more related steps that are
181101284
               Delayed      routinely given. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive C1.1)
            Developmentally The student will place objects in a series according to length or size. (AEPS 3-6
181101285
               Delayed      Cognitive C G2)
            Developmentally The student will fit one ordered set of objects to another (ie: lits to bowls, bolts
181101286
               Delayed      to nuts, etc.). (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive C2.1)
            Developmentally
181101287                   The student will retell events in sequence. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive C G3)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will recall events that occurred the same day, without contextual
181101288
               Delayed      cues. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive D G1)
            Developmentally The student will recall events that occurred the same day, with contextual cues.
181101289
               Delayed      (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive D1.1)
            Developmentally The student will recall events immediately after they occur. (AEPS 3-6
181101290
               Delayed      Cognitive D1.2)
            Developmentally The student will suggest acceptable solutions to problems (ie: asks for help
181101291
               Delayed      when having difficulty with something) (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive E1.1)
            Developmentally The student will identify a means to a goal (ie: find something to stand on to
181101292
               Delayed      reach the toy) (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive E1.2)
            Developmentally The student will give a reason for an inference (ie: How do you know she is
181101293
               Delayed      sad? -- "She is crying"). (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive E2.1)
            Developmentally The student will make a prediction about future or hypothetical events. (AEPS 3-
181101294
               Delayed      6 Cognitive E2.2)
            Developmentally The student will give a possible cause for a certain event. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive
181101295
               Delayed      E2.3)
            Developmentally The student will engage in cooperative, imaginary play. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive F
181101296
               Delayed      G1)
            Developmentally
181101297                   The student will enact roles or identities. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive F1.1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will plan and act out recognizable event, theme or storyline. (AEPS
181101298
               Delayed      3-6 Cognitive F1.2)
            Developmentally
181101299                   The student will use imaginary props. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive F1.3)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101300                   The student will engage in games with rules. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive F G2)
               Delayed
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            Developmentally
181101301                   The student will count at least 20 objects. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive G G1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101302                   The student will count at least 10 objects. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive G1.1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101303                   The student will count 3 objects. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive G1.2)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101304                   The student will label printed numerals up to 10 (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive G2.1).
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101305                   The student will recognize printed numerals. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive G2.2)
               Delayed
            Developmentally The student will use rhyming skills by recognizing words that do and do not
181101306
               Delayed      rhyme and filling in missing words in rhymes. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive H1.1)
                            The student will identify each word in multiple four- to six word utterances by
            Developmentally
181101307                   saying each word separately and in the correct sequence. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive
               Delayed
                            H1.2)
                          The student will blend two to three syllables into a word and three to four
          Developmentally separate sounds into words, when the sound and syllables are provided slowly
181101308
             Delayed      and in order (ie: adult says "what word do these sounds make b-a-t?" student
                          says "bat"). (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive H1.3)
            Developmentally The student will identify same and different sounds at the beginning and end of
181101309
               Delayed      words. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive H1.4)
            Developmentally The student will use letter-sound associations to sound out and write words.
181101310
               Delayed      (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive H G2)
            Developmentally
181101311                   The student will write words using letter sounds. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive H2.1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101312                   The student will sound out words. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive H2.2)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101313                   The student will produce correct sounds for letters. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive H2.3)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101314                   The student will read words by sight. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive H G3)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101315                   The student will identify letter names. (AEPS 3-6 Cognitive H3.1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101316                   Insert Language Objective Here
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101317                   Insert Language Objective Here
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101318                   Insert Language Objective Here
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101319                   Insert Language Objective Here
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101320                   Insert Language Objective Here
               Delayed
            Developmentally
181101321                   Insert Language Objective Here
               Delayed




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GOALS
              Alternate       The student will apply mathematical concepts, utilize measurement,
231203000
             Assessment       count, and apply currency concepts.
                              The student will address Louisiana Math Standard 5 (M5) in problem
              Alternate
231203001                     solving situations by organizing information, demonstrating choice making
             Assessment
                              skills, and/or identifying cause and effect relationships.
                              The student will be able to match samples, sequence information, form
              Alternate
231203002                     spatial concepts, and/or differentiate between shapes/sizes for problem
             Assessment
                              solving in real life situations. (M6)
                              The student will demonstrate problem solving skills in real life applications
              Alternate
231203003                     of measurement by using time telling devices, measurement tools,
             Assessment
                              temperature games, and/or sizes. (M3)
                              The student will address Louisiana Math Standard 1 (M1) by
              Alternate
231203004                     demonstrating an understanding of numbers by using a variety of tools
             Assessment
                              and techniques.
                              In problem solving investigations, the student will demonstrate an
              Alternate
231203005                     understanding of the real number system and communicate the
             Assessment
                              relationships within that system using a variety of techniques and tools.
                              In problem solving investigations, the student will demonstrate an
              Alternate       understanding of concepts and processes that allow them to analyze,
231203006
             Assessment       represent, and describe relationships among variable quantities and to
                              apply algebraic methods to real-world situations.
                              In problem solving investigations, the student will demonstrate an
              Alternate
231203007                     understanding of geometric concepts and applications involving one-, two-
             Assessment
                              , and three-dimensional geometry, and justify their findings.
                              In problem solving investigations, the student will discover trends,
              Alternate
231203008                     formulate conjectures regarding cause and effect relationships, and
             Assessment
                              demonstrate critical thinking skills in order to make informed decisions.
                              In problem solving investigations, the student will demonstrate an
              Alternate
231203009                     understanding of patterns, relations, and functions that represent and
             Assessment
                              explain real-world situations.
              Alternate       The student will apply mathematical concepts, utilize measurement,
231203010
             Assessment       count, and apply currency concepts.
                              The student will improve his/her acquisition of math concepts through
            Developmentally
231203011                     daily participation in hands-on activities as measured by mastery of 70%
               Delayed
                              of items on teacher-made checklist
                              The student will improve his/her acquisition of math concepts through
            Developmentally
231203012                     daily participation in hands-on activities as measured by mastery of 70%
               Delayed
                              of grade level indicators for pre-kindergarten
                              The student will increase competence in number recognition, counting,
                              addition, subtraction, coin recognition, money counting, telling time,
231203013      General
                              calendar use, measurement units, and story problems from a _ level to a
                              _ level
                              The student will increase competence in computational and application
231203014      General
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                           The student will demonstrate an understanding of computational skills
231203015     General      and applications of mathematical concepts to achieve a passing score on
                           the LEAP
231203016     General      Insert Mathematics Goal Here
                           The student will improve understanding of concepts, skills, applications
                           that allows him/her to analyze, represent, and describe relationships
231203017     Algebra
                           among variable quantities from _ level to a _ level, and apply these
                           algebraic methods to real-world situations
                           The student will improve problem solving skills involving the use of
231203018     Algebra      algebraic expressions from a _ level to a _ level using the _ grade
                           curriculum while maintaining a passing grade
                           The student will improve analyzation, representation, and description of
231203019     Algebra      relationships from a _ level to a _ level using algebraic methods in real
                           world situations at the _ grade level
             Data and      The student will improve ability to collect, organize, formulate, predict, or
231203020
             Probability   use data to explain real world situations from a _ level to a _ level
                           The student will improve ability to discover trends, formulate conjectures
             Data and
231203021                  regarding cause and effect relationships, and demonstrate critical thinking
             Probability
                           skills from a _ level to a _ level
             Data and      The student will improve skills in collecting and organizing data for
231203022
             Probability   problem solving in real world situations from a _ level to a _ level
                           The student will improve their understanding of geometric concepts and
231203023    Geometry      applications involving one, two, and three dimensional geometry, from a _
                           level to a _ level
                           The student will improve his/her understanding of geometric concepts and
231203024    Geometry      applications involving one, two, and three dimensional geometric figures,
                           from a _ level to a _ level while using the _ grade curriculum
                           The student will improve his/her understanding of geometric concepts and
231203025    Geometry      application involving one, two, and three dimensional geometry in real-
                           world situations, from a _ level to a _ level
                           The student will demonstrate improvement in measurement using
231203026   Measurement    concepts, estimation, and application to real-life situations from the _ level
                           to the _ level
                           The student will improve skills using various methods of measurement
231203027   Measurement
                           from _ level to _ level using the _ grade curriculum
            Number and     The student will improve understanding of the real number system from a
231203028    Number        _ level to a _ level and communicate relationships within that system
             Relations     using a variety of techniques (list specifics) and tools
            Number and     The student will increase math computational skills from a _ level to a _
231203029    Number        level by utilizing the _ grade curriculum through teacher directed
             Relations     instruction
            Number and     The teacher will increase problem solving skills in math from a _ level to a
231203030    Number        _ level by using the _ grade curriculum through teacher directed
             Relations     instruction
            Number and     The student will improve math skills in the area of number and number
231203031    Number        relations from a _ level to a _ level using the _ grade curriculum while
             Relations     maintaining a passing grade


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              Number and      The student will improve problem solving skills in real world situations
 231203032      Number        from a _ level to a _ level, using knowledge of the real number system at
               Relations      the _ grade level
               Patterns,      The student will increase ability to recognize, describe, and extend
 231203033   Relations, and   patterns, represent and describe mathematical relationships in real-life
               Functions      situations from a _ level to a _ level
               Patterns,      The student will increase understanding of patterns, relations, and
 231203034   Relations, and   functions that represent and explain real-world situations from a _ level to
               Functions      a _ level using the _ grade curriculum
               Patterns,
                              The student will increase use of patterns, relations, and functions for
 231203035   Relations, and
                              problem solving in real world situations from a _ level to a _ level
               Functions
OBJECTIVES
              Alternate
 231203101                    The student will request more of an item or activity.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 231203102                    The student will match common objects and pictures.
             Assessment
              Alternate       Given a set of countable objects, the student will explore/interact with the
 231203103
             Assessment       objects by looking at, touching, and/or manipulating them.
              Alternate
 231203104                    The student will select/give one item from a group.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 231203105                    The student will distribute/match items with one-to-one correspondence.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 231203106                    The student will distribute multiple sets of objects.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 231203107                    The student will attend to and mimic an adult counting 0-5 objects.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 231203108                    The student will echo an adult counting 0-5 objects.
             Assessment
              Alternate       The student will touch 0-5 objects with one-to-one correspondence while
 231203109
             Assessment       an adult counts.
              Alternate       The student will touch and count 0-5 objects with one-to-one
 231203110
             Assessment       correspondence.
              Alternate
 231203111                    The student will count 0-10 objects.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 231203112                    The student will count 0-25 objects.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 231203113                    The student will identify numerals to 5.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 231203114                    The student will identify numerals to 10.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 231203115                    The student will identify numerals to 50.
             Assessment




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             Alternate
231203116                The student will identify numerals to 100.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203117                The student will copy/write numerals to 5.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203118                The student will copy/write numerals to 10.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203119                The student will copy/write numerals to 50.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203120                The student will copy/write numerals to 100.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203121                The student will identify number words to 5.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203122                The student will identify number words to 10.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203123                The student will identify number words to 50.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203124                The student will identify number words to 100.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203125                The student will copy/write number words to 5.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203126                The student will copy/write number words to 10.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203127                The student will copy/write number words to 50.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203128                The student will copy/write number words to 100.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203129                The student will count by fives to 25.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203130                The student will count by fives to 50.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203131                The student will count by fives to 100.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203132                The student will count by tens to 100.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203133                The student will count by twenty-five.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will use numbers to describe real life situations involving
231203134
            Assessment   counting.
             Alternate
231203135                The student will complete one digit addition problems.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203136                The student will complete two-digit addition problems without regrouping.
            Assessment




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             Alternate
231203137                The student will complete two-digit addition problems with regrouping.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will complete three-digit addition problems without
231203138
            Assessment   regrouping.
             Alternate
231203139                The student will complete three-digit addition problems with regrouping.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203140                The student will complete one digit subtraction problems.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will complete two-digit subtraction problems without
231203141
            Assessment   regrouping.
             Alternate
231203142                The student will complete two-digit subtraction problems with regrouping.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will complete three-digit subtraction problems without
231203143
            Assessment   regrouping.
             Alternate   The student will complete three-digit subtraction problems with
231203144
            Assessment   regrouping.
             Alternate
231203145                The student will transfer from activity to activity.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203146                The student will follow a routine.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate understanding of the following global time
231203147
            Assessment   concepts: before/after, soon, now/later, yesterday/today/tomorrow.
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate the following time concepts: minute, five-
231203148
            Assessment   minute interval, half-hour, hour, days of the week, months of the year.
             Alternate
231203149                The student will identify/match time on schedule to a clock.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203150                The student will identify days/months on a calendar.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203151                The student will schedule/track events using a planner/calendar.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203152                The student will discriminate between money and other objects.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203153                The student will demonstrate understanding of the concept of money.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203154                The student will make purchases with predetermined money amounts.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will match coins to cue cards for penny, nickel, dime, quarter,
231203155
            Assessment   dollar.
             Alternate   The student will match coins to cue cards to select amount needed to
231203156
            Assessment   make a purchase.
             Alternate
231203157                The student will identify penny, nickel, dime, quarter, dollar.
            Assessment




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             Alternate
231203158                The student will identify value of penny, nickel, dime, quarter, dollar.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203159                The student will count money amounts to $1.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203160                The student will count money amounts to $5.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203161                The student will count money amounts to $10.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203162                The student will count money amounts to $25.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203163                The student will count money amounts to $100.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203164                The student will select the correct amount to make a purchase.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will determine if he/she has enough money to make a
231203165
            Assessment   purchase.
             Alternate
231203166                The student will plan a budget within a specified amount.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203167                The student will match/identify the following geometric shapes: (list)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203168                The student will match/identify the following basic geometric shapes: (list)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will match/identify the following three-dimensional geometric
231203169
            Assessment   shapes: (list)
             Alternate
231203170                The student will demonstrate the following quantity concepts: (list)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203171                The student will demonstrate the following positional concepts: (list)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203172                The student will demonstrate the following size concepts: (list)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate the following global measurement concepts:
231203173
            Assessment   (list)
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate the following linear measurement concepts:
231203174
            Assessment   (list)
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate the following liquid/capacity measurement
231203175
            Assessment   concepts: (list)
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate the following weight measurement concepts:
231203176
            Assessment   (list)
             Alternate
231203177                The student will apply the following quantity concepts: (list)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203178                The student will apply the following positional concepts: (list)
            Assessment




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             Alternate
231203179                The student will apply the following size concepts: (list)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203180                The student will apply the following global measurement concepts: (list)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203181                The student will apply the following linear measurement concepts: (list)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will apply the following liquid/capacity measurement
231203182
            Assessment   concepts: (list)
             Alternate   Given basic measurement tools, the student will explore/interact with the
231203183
            Assessment   objects by looking at, touching, and/or manipulating them.
             Alternate
231203184                The student will apply the following weight measurement concepts: (list)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate appropriate use of the following
231203185
            Assessment   measurement tools: (list)
             Alternate   The student will apply use of measurement concepts/tools to prepare a
231203186
            Assessment   simple snack following a picture recipe.
             Alternate   The student will apply use of measurement concepts/tools to prepare a
231203187
            Assessment   simple snack following a recipe.
             Alternate
231203188                The student will identify/select personal clothing by size. (M6)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203189                The student will select number of items needed for a situation. (M6)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will pay a specific amount of money to purchase items in the
231203190
            Assessment   school and community. (M6)
             Alternate   The student will estimate and calculate the amount of money needed for
231203191
            Assessment   activities (e.g. grocery shopping trip). (M6)
             Alternate   The student will compute wages: hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, annually.
231203192
            Assessment   (M6)
             Alternate
231203193                The student will select number of items needed for a situations. (M5)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will compare food or clothing costs between specific stores
231203194
            Assessment   and labels. (M5)
             Alternate   The student will choose coins and bills needed for specified purchases.
231203195
            Assessment   (M5)
             Alternate   The student will make routine purchases and verify for correct change.
231203196
            Assessment   (M5)
             Alternate
231203197                The student will measure appropriate amounts according to a recipe. (M3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203198                The student will identify/select personal clothing by size. (M3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203199                The student will respond to cues or time to change activities. (M3)
            Assessment




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             Alternate
231203200                The student will manage money by keeping logs or receipts. (M3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203201                The student will select number of items needed for a situation. (M3)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will pay a specific amount of money to purchase items in the
231203202
            Assessment   school and community. (M3)
             Alternate   The student will estimate and calculate amount of money needed for
231203203
            Assessment   activities (e.g. grocery shopping trip). (M3)
             Alternate   The student will read/interpret time on a digital and/or standard clock.
231203204
            Assessment   (M3)
             Alternate   The student will tell time to the hour, half-hour, quarter-hour, and/or
231203205
            Assessment   minute. (M3)
             Alternate
231203206                The student will demonstrate the value of all assorted coins and bills. (M3)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will read temperatures (oven, weather, or body) in degrees
231203207
            Assessment   Fahrenheit. (M3)
             Alternate
231203208                The student will perform all basic operations on a calculator. (M3)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will compare food or clothing costs between specific stores
231203209
            Assessment   and labels. (M3)
             Alternate   The student will plan a one week budget based on weekly income and
231203210
            Assessment   expenses. (M3)
             Alternate   The student will make change from a purchase under $1, $2, and $5.
231203211
            Assessment   (M3)
             Alternate
231203212                The student will identify measuring instruments--cup, tsp., tbs., etc. (M3)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will make routine purchases and verify for correct change.
231203213
            Assessment   (M3)
             Alternate
231203214                The student will indicate choice on a vending machines. (M3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203215                The student will identify/select personal clothing by size. (M1)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203216                The student will use a number keypad on a calculator. (M1)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203217                The student will select number of items needed for a situation. (M1)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will pay a specific amount of money to purchase items in the
231203218
            Assessment   school and community. (M1)
             Alternate   The student will estimate and calculate amount of money needed for
231203219
            Assessment   activities (e.g., grocery shopping trip). (M1)
             Alternate   The student will read/interpret time on a digital and/or standard clock.
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            Assessment   (M1)




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             Alternate
231203221                The student will demonstrate the value of all assorted coins and bills. (M1)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will perform 1-digit multiplication and division operations,
231203222
            Assessment   including money problems. (M1)
             Alternate
231203223                The student will perform all basic operations on a calculator. (M1)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will make change from a purchase under $1, $2, and $5.
231203224
            Assessment   (M1)
             Alternate   The student will choose coins and bills needed for specified purposes.
231203225
            Assessment   (M1)
             Alternate
231203226                The student will locate necessary materials within work space. (M5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203227                The student will measure appropriate amounts according to a recipe. (M6)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203228                The student will identify measuring instruments--cup, tsp., tbs., etc. (M6)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203229                The student will express choice for "how many/much". (M5)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will develop simple flow chart in cooperative learning group.
231203230
            Assessment   (M5)
             Alternate
231203231                The student will respond to cues or time to change activities. (M5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203232                The student will manage money by keeping logs or receipts. (M5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203233                The student will distribute multiple sets of objects.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate the following time concepts: minute, five-
231203234
            Assessment   minute interval, half-hour, hour, days of the week, months of the year.
             Alternate
231203235                The student will identify/match time on schedule to a clock.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203236                The student will schedule/track events using a planner/calendar.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203237                The student will select/give one item from a group.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will complete addition problems: one digit, two digit, three
231203238
            Assessment   digit, with regrouping, without regrouping.
             Alternate
231203239                The student will distribute/match items with one-to-one correspondence.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203240                The student will plan a budget within a specified amount of money.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203241                The student will count objects to ___.
            Assessment




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             Alternate   The student will use numbers to describe real life situations involving
231203242
            Assessment   counting.
             Alternate
231203243                The student will identify/copy/write numerals to ___.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203244                The student will identify/copy/write number words to ___.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203245                The student will count by fives, tens, twenty-fives to ___.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203246                The student will demonstrate the following quantity concepts : (list)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203247                The student will discriminate between money and other objects.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203248                The student will demonstrate the following positional concepts: (list)
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203249                The student will match common objects/pictures.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will match/identify the following geometric shapes:_____
231203250
            Assessment   basic shapes; ______ three-dimensional objects.
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate the following global measurement concepts
231203251
            Assessment   (I.e., tall/short, heavy/light, etc.).
             Alternate
231203252                The student will demonstrate the following size concepts: (list)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate the following linear measurement concepts:
231203253
            Assessment   (list)
             Alternate
231203254                The student will follow a routine.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate the following weight measurement concepts:
231203255
            Assessment   (list)
             Alternate
231203256                The student will transfer from activity to activity.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203257                The student will make purchases with predetermined amounts of money.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will identify/match coins/values: penny, nickel, dime, quarter,
231203258
            Assessment   half-dollar.
             Alternate
231203259                The student will count money amounts to _______.
            Assessment
             Alternate
231203260                The student will select the correct amount to make a purchase.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will determine if he/she has enough money to make a
231203261
            Assessment   purchase.
             Alternate
231203262                The student will request more of an item or activity.
            Assessment




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              Alternate       The student will demonstrate the following standard liquid/capacity
231203263
             Assessment       measurement concepts: (list)
              Alternate
231203264                     The student will identify days/months on a calendar.
             Assessment
              Alternate       The student will complete subtraction problems: one digit, two digit, three
231203265
             Assessment       digit, with regrouping, without regrouping.
            Developmentally
231203266                     The student will use numbers in oral language and play activities
               Delayed
            Developmentally   The student will act out number stories using literature, songs, finger
231203267
               Delayed        plays
            Developmentally
231203268                     The student will recognize numbers in the environment
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203269                     The student will request "more"
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203270                     The student will indicate "finished"
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203271                     The student will indicate "empty"
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203272                     The student will give "some" objects/items upon request (N-8)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203273                     The student will give "just one" object/item upon request (N-8)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203274                     The student will use nonstandard measuring items in play
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203275                     The student will use cups and containers in play activities
               Delayed
            Developmentally   While eating finger foods, the student will place an appropriate amount of
231203276
               Delayed        food in mouth (M-1)
            Developmentally   While eating with a spoon, the student will scoop an appropriate amount
231203277
               Delayed        of food onto the spoon (M-1)
            Developmentally
231203278                     The student will identify big/little (P-1,N-2)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203279                     The student will identify long/short (M-1,P-1,N-2)
               Delayed
            Developmentally   Given a variety of containers and dry goods, the student will explore
231203280
               Delayed        measurement concepts by scooping and pouring (M-1,M-2)
            Developmentally
231203281                     The student will relate calendars to daily activities
               Delayed
            Developmentally   The student will recognize and identify circle, square, and triangle in oral
231203282
               Delayed        language and play
            Developmentally
231203283                     The student will sort and match objects by size (N-1,N-2,G-3,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed




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            Developmentally
231203284                     The student will sort and match objects by color (N-1,A-4,G-3,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203285                     The student will sort and match objects by shape (N-1,G-3,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203286                     The student will sort and match objects by category (N-1,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203287                     The student will sort and match objects by texture (N-1,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203288                     The student will sort and match objects by sound (N-1,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203289                     The student will sort and match objects by smell (N-1,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203290                     The student will sort and match objects by weight (N-1,M-1,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203291                     The student will sort and match objects by taste (N-1,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally   The student will sort and match pictures by size (N-1,N-2,N-8,M-1,A-4,P-
231203292
               Delayed        1)
            Developmentally
231203293                     The student will sort and match pictures by color (N-1,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203294                     The student will sort and match pictures by shape (N-1,G-1,G-3,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203295                     The student will sort and match pictures by category (N-1,A-1,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203296                     The student will match identical objects (N-1,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203297                     The student will match similar objects (N-1,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203298                     The student will match pictures that are the same (N-1,A-4,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203299                     The student will sort dissimilar objects (N-1,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203300                     The student will sort dissimilar pictures (N-1,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203301                     The student will match objects to photos (N-1,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203302                     The student will match objects to drawings (N-1,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203303                     The student will match objects to tactile symbols (N-1,P-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203304                     The student will match items that are the same
               Delayed




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            Developmentally   The student will recognize and copy simple patterns using concrete
231203305
               Delayed        objects
            Developmentally
231203306                     The student will imitate rhythmic patterns in songs and play
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203307                     The student will participate in making graphs using real objects
               Delayed
            Developmentally   Given a set of countable objects, the student will explore/interact with the
231203308
               Delayed        objects by looking at, touching, and/or manipulating them
            Developmentally   The student will attend to and mimic an adult counting 0-5 objects (N-1,N-
231203309
               Delayed        8)
            Developmentally
231203310                     The student will echo an adult counting 0-5 objects (N-1,N-8)
               Delayed
            Developmentally   The student will touch 0-5 objects with one-to-one correspondence while
231203311
               Delayed        an adult counts (N-1,N-8)
            Developmentally   The student will touch and count 0-5 objects with one-to-one
231203312
               Delayed        correspondence (N-1,N-8)
            Developmentally
231203313                     The student will count by ones and tens to 100 (N-3, N-4)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203314                     The student will recognize numerals 0-10 in random order (N-3)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203315                     The student will write numerals 1-10 in order (N-3)
               Delayed
            Developmentally   The student will compare and order numbers and sets to 10 (N-1,N-3,N-
231203316
               Delayed        5,N-8)
            Developmentally   The student will name the number of objects in a set (up to 5) without
231203317
               Delayed        counting (N-1,N-6)
            Developmentally
231203318                     The student will match a set with a number (up to 5)
               Delayed
            Developmentally   The student will model/act out, create and solve one-digit joining and
231203319
               Delayed        separating stories (N-4,N-5,N-8,A-1)
            Developmentally   The student will identify fair shares and fractional parts of a region or set
231203320
               Delayed        (halves) (N-2)
            Developmentally
231203321                     The student will use ordinal positions first through fifth (N-1,N-3)
               Delayed
            Developmentally   The student will use one-to-one correspondence to compare sets (N-1,N-
231203322
               Delayed        2,A-1)
            Developmentally   The student will estimate and compare weight and lengths of objects (N-
231203323
               Delayed        1,N-7,M-1,M-2,M-3)
            Developmentally
231203324                     The student will identify penny, nickel, dime, and quarter (N-8,M-1)
               Delayed
            Developmentally
231203325                     The student will find date on a class calendar (M-1,M-5)
               Delayed




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            Developmentally   The student will identify and name four basic shapes (circle, square,
231203326
               Delayed        rectangle, triangle) (G-1,G-2,G-6)
            Developmentally   The student will demonstrate and identify positional relationships
231203327
               Delayed        (top/bottom, over/under) (G-4)
            Developmentally   The student will sort geometric figures into groups by one attribute (color,
231203328
               Delayed        shape, size) (G-1,G-2)
            Developmentally   The student will recognize, extend, and copy repeating patterns using
231203329
               Delayed        objects, body movements, etc (A-4,P-1,P-4,D-4)
            Developmentally   The student will collect data and make an object or picture graph (A-3,P-
231203330
               Delayed        3,D-1,D-2,D-6)
            Developmentally
231203331                     The student will identify information in a graph (A-3,P-3,D-1,D-2,D-3,D-6)
               Delayed
231203332      General        Insert Mathematics Objective Here
231203333      General        Insert Mathematics Objective Here
231203334      General        Insert Mathematics Objective Here
231203335      General        Insert Mathematics Objective Here
231203336      General        Insert Mathematics Objective Here
231203337      General        Insert Mathematics Objective Here
                              The student will use the words same, different, equal, not
231203338      Algebra        equal, greater than, and less than while using concrete objects         K
                              for comparative models (A-1-E)
                              The student will model and act out story problems, physically
231203339      Algebra        or with objects, to solve whole number sentences with sums              K
                              less than or equal to 6 (A-2-E)
                              The student will use the equal sign (=) to express the
231203340      Algebra                                                                                1
                              relationship of equality (A-1-E)
                              The student will use objects, pictures, and number sentences
231203341      Algebra        to represent real-life problem situations involving addition and        1
                              subtraction (A-1-E) (A-3-E) (N-7-E)
                              The student will use objects, pictures, and verbal information
231203342      Algebra                                                                                1
                              to solve for missing numbers (A-2-E) (N-7-E)
                              The student will use number sentences to represent real-life
231203343      Algebra                                                                                2
                              problems involving addition and subtraction (A-1-E) (A-2-E)
                              The student will find the missing number in an equation
231203344      Algebra        involving addition or subtraction (e.g., # + 4 = 7, 8 - # = 3) (A-2-    2
                              E) (N-4-E)
                              The student will use the symbols <, >, and ¹ to express
231203345      Algebra                                                                                3
                              inequalities (A-1-E)
                              The student will use objects, pictures, numbers, symbols, and
231203346      Algebra        words to represent multiplication and division problem                  3
                              situations (A-1-E)
                              The student will use number sentences to represent real-life
231203347      Algebra                                                                                3
                              problems involving multiplication and division (A-1-E) (N-4-E)




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                        The student will analyze and describe situations where
                        proportional trades or correspondences are required (e.g.,
231203348    Algebra                                                                         3
                        trade 2 pieces of candy for 3 pieces of gum, make equivalent
                        actions on pans to keep balance scale in equilibrium) (A-1-E)

                        The student will use letters as variables in mathematical
231203349    Algebra    statements that represent real-life problems (e.g., 2 x n = 8) (A-   3
                        2-E)
                        The student will write number sentences or formulas
231203350    Algebra                                                                         4
                        containing a variable to represent real-life problems (A-1-E)
                        The student will write a related story problem for a given
231203351    Algebra                                                                         4
                        algebraic sentence (A-1-E)
                        The student will use manipulatives to represent the distributive
231203352    Algebra    property of multiplication over addition to explain multiplying      4
                        numbers (A-1-E) (A-2-E)
                        The student will identify and create true/false and open/closed
231203353    Algebra                                                                         4
                        number sentences (A-2-E)
                        The student will solve one-step equations with whole number
231203354    Algebra                                                                         4
                        solutions (A-2-E) (N-4-E)
                        The student will find unknown quantities in number sentences
                        by using mental math, backward reasoning, inverse operations
231203355    Algebra                                                                         5
                        (i.e., unwrapping), and manipulatives (e.g., tiles, balance
                        scales) (A-2-M) (A-3-M)

                        The student will write a number sentence from a given physical
231203356    Algebra                                                                         5
                        model of an equation (e.g., balance scale)(A-2-M) (A-1-M)

                        The student will find solutions to one-step inequalities and
231203357    Algebra                                                                         5
                        identify positive solutions on a number line (A-2-M) (A-3-M)
                        The student will model and identify perfect squares up to 144
231203358    Algebra                                                                         6
                        (A-1-M)
                        The student will match algebraic equations and expressions
231203359    Algebra    with verbal statements and vice versa (A-1-M) (A-3-M) (A-5-M)        6
                        (P-2-M)
                        The student will evaluate simple algebraic expressions using
231203360    Algebra                                                                         6
                        substitution (A-2-M)

                        The student will find solutions to 2-step equations with positive
231203361    Algebra                                                                         6
                        integer solutions (e.g., 3x – 5 = 13, 2x + 3x = 20) (A-2-M)

                        The student will evaluate algebraic expressions containing
231203362    Algebra    exponents (especially 2 and 3) and square roots, using               7
                        substitution (A-1-M)
                        The student will determine the square root of perfect squares
231203363    Algebra    and mentally approximate other square roots by identifying the       7
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                        The student will write a real-life meaning of a simple algebraic
231203364    Algebra                                                                       7
                        equation or inequality, and vice versa (A-1-M) (A-5-M)

                        The student will match algebraic inequalities with equivalent
231203365    Algebra                                                                       7
                        verbal statements and vice versa (A-1-M)
                        The student will solve one- and two-step equations and
231203366    Algebra                                                                       7
                        inequalities (with one variable) in multiple ways (A-2-M)
                        The student will graph solutions sets of one-step equations
231203367    Algebra    and inequalities as points, or open and closed rays on a           7
                        number line (e.g., x = 5, x < 5...) (A-2-M)
                        The student will describe linear, multiplicative, or changing
231203368    Algebra    growth relationships (e.g., 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, 21, …) verbally and   7
                        algebraically (A-3-M) (A-4-M) (P-1-M)
                        The student will use function machines to determine and
231203369    Algebra    describe the rule that generates outputs from given inputs (A-4-   7
                        M) (P-3-M)
                        The student will write real-life meanings of expressions and
231203370    Algebra    equations involving rational numbers and variables (A-1-M) (A-     8
                        5-M)
                        The student will translate real-life situations that can be
                        modeled by linear or exponential relationships to algebraic
231203371    Algebra                                                                       8
                        expressions, equations, and inequalities (A-1-M) (A-4-M) (A-5-
                        M)
                        The student will solve and graph solutions of multi-step linear
231203372    Algebra                                                                       8
                        equations and inequalities (A-2-M)
                        The student will switch between functions represented as
231203373    Algebra    tables, equations, graphs, and verbal representations, with and    8
                        without technology (A-3-M) (P-2-M) (A-4-M)
                        The student will construct a table of x- and y-values satisfying
231203374    Algebra    a linear equation and construct a graph of the line on the         8
                        coordinate plane (A-3-M) (A-2-M)
                        The student will describe and compare situations with constant
231203375    Algebra                                                                       8
                        or varying rates of change (A-4-M)
                        The student will explain and formulate generalizations about
231203376    Algebra    how a change in one variable results in a change in another        8
                        variable (A-4-M)
                        The student will use order of operations to simplify or rewrite
231203377    Algebra                                                                       9
                        variable expressions (A-1-H) (A-2-H)
                        The student will model real-life situations using linear
231203378    Algebra    expressions, equations, and inequalities (A-1-H) (D-2-H) (P-5-     9
                        H)
                        The student will identify independent and dependent variables
231203379    Algebra                                                                       9
                        in real-life relationships (A-1-H)
                        The student will use equivalent forms of equations and
231203380    Algebra                                                                       9
                        inequalities to solve real-life problems (A-1-H)




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                          The student will evaluate polynomial expressions for given
231203381    Algebra                                                                             9
                          values of the variable (A-2-H)
                          The student will translate between the characteristics defining
231203382    Algebra      a line (i.e., slope, intercepts, points) and both its equation and     9
                          graph (A-2-H) (G-3-H)
                          The student will graph and interpret linear inequalities in one or
231203383    Algebra      two variables and systems of linear inequalities (A-2-H) (A-4-         9
                          H)
                          The student will translate among tabular, graphical, and
231203384    Algebra      algebraic representations of functions and real-life situations        9
                          (A-3-H) (P-1-H) (P-2-H)
                          The student will interpret and solve systems of linear equations
231203385    Algebra      using graphing, substitution, elimination, with and without            9
                          technology, and matrices using technology (A-4-H)
                          The student will write the equation of a line of best fit for a set
231203386    Algebra      of 2-variable real-life data presented in table or scatter plot        10
                          form, with or without technology (A-2-H) (D-2-H)
                          The student will write the equation of a line parallel or
231203387    Algebra      perpendicular to a given line through a specific point (A-3-H)         10
                          (G-3-H)
                          The student will translate and show the relationships among
231203388    Algebra      non-linear graphs, related tables of values, and algebraic            11,12
                          symbolic representations (A-1-H)
                          The student will factor simple quadratic expressions including
231203389    Algebra      general trinomials, perfect squares, difference of two squares,       11,12
                          and polynomials with common factors (A-2-H)
                          The student will analyze functions based on zeros,
231203390    Algebra      asymptotes, and local and global characteristics of the function      11,12
                          (A-3-H)
                          The student will explain, using technology, how the graph of a
                          function is affected by change of degree, coefficient, and
231203391    Algebra                                                                            11,12
                          constants in polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, and
                          logarithmic functions (A-3-H)

                          The student will categorize non-linear graphs and their
                          equations as quadratic, cubic, exponential, logarithmic, step
231203392    Algebra                                                                            11,12
                          function, rational, trigonometric, or absolute value (A-3-H) (P-5-
                          H)
                          The student will solve quadratic equations by factoring,
231203393    Algebra      completing the square, using the quadratic formula, and               11,12
                          graphing (A-4-H)

                          The student will model and solve problems involving quadratic,
231203394    Algebra      polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, step function, rational,        11,12
                          and absolute value equations using technology (A-4-H)

            Data and      The student will arrange objects or pictures of objects to make
231203395                                                                                        PK
            Probability   an object or picture graph (PK-CM-D2) (D-4-E)



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            Data and      The student will collect and organize concrete data using tally
231203396                                                                                     K
            Probability   mark charts (D-1-E)
            Data and      The student will collect and organize data in a simple bar
231203397                                                                                     K
            Probability   graph using pictures or objects (D-1-E) (D-2-E)
            Data and      The student will sort, represent, and use information in simple
231203398                                                                                     K
            Probability   tables and bar/picture graphs (D-2-E) (D-3-E)
            Data and      The student will, given a set of data, construct and read
231203399                                                                                     1
            Probability   information from bar graphs and charts (D-1-E) (D-2-E)
                          The student will determine whether an object satisfies a simple
            Data and
231203400                 logical classification rule (e.g., belongs and does not belong)     1
            Probability
                          (D-1-E)
                          The student will appropriately use basic probability vocabulary
            Data and
231203401                 (e.g., more likely to happen/less likely to happen,                 1
            Probability
                          always/never, same as) (D-5-E)
            Data and      The student will collect and organize data using observations,
231203402                                                                                     2
            Probability   surveys, and experiments (D-1-E)
            Data and      The student will construct and read line plots and tables (D-2-
231203403                                                                                     2
            Probability   E)
            Data and      The student will interpret pictographs in which each picture
231203404                                                                                     2
            Probability   represents more than one object (D-2-E)
            Data and      The student will generate questions that can be answered by
231203405                                                                                     2
            Probability   collecting and analyzing data (D-3-E)
                          The student will solve logic problems involving two sets by
            Data and
231203406                 using elementary set logic (i.e., and, or, and is/is not            2
            Probability
                          statements) (D-3-E)
                          The student will identify categories and sort objects based on
            Data and
231203407                 qualitative (categorical) and quantitative (numerical)              3
            Probability
                          characteristics (D-1-E)
            Data and      The student will read, describe, and organize a two-circle Venn
231203408                                                                                     3
            Probability   diagram (D-1-E) (D-2-E)
                          The student will explain the word average and use it
            Data and
231203409                 appropriately in discussing what is “typical” of a data set (D-1-   3
            Probability
                          E)
            Data and      The student will match a data set to a graph, table, or chart
231203410                                                                                     3
            Probability   and vice versa (D-2-E)
                          The student will represent and solve problems using data from
            Data and
231203411                 a variety of sources (e.g., tables, graphs, maps,                   3
            Probability
                          advertisements) (D-3-E)
            Data and      The student will discuss chance situations in terms of
231203412                                                                                     3
            Probability   certain/impossible and equally likely (D-5-E)
                          The student will use manipulatives to discuss the probability of
            Data and
231203413                 an event (e.g., number cubes, spinners to determine what is         3
            Probability
                          most likely or least likely) (D-5-E)




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                          The student will summarize information and relationships
            Data and
231203414                 revealed by patterns or trends in a graph, and use the              4
            Probability
                          information to make predictions (D-1-E)
                          The student will find and interpret the meaning of mean, mode,
            Data and
231203415                 and median of a small set of numbers (using concrete objects)       4
            Probability
                          when the answer is a whole number (D-1-E)
                          The student will analyze, describe, interpret, and construct
            Data and
231203416                 various types of charts and graphs using appropriate titles,        4
            Probability
                          axis labels, scales, and legends (D-2-E) (D-1-E)
            Data and      The student will determine which type of graph best represents
231203417                                                                                     4
            Probability   a given set of discrete data (D-2-E) (D-1-E)
            Data and      The student will solve problems involving simple deductive
231203418                                                                                     4
            Probability   reasoning (D-3-E)
                          The student will use lists, tables, and tree diagrams to
            Data and      generate and record all possible combinations for 2 sets of 3
231203419                                                                                     4
            Probability   or fewer objects (e.g., combinations of pants and shirts, days
                          and games) and for given experiments (D-3-E) (D-4-E)

                          The student will determine the total number of possible
            Data and      outcomes for a given experiment using lists, tables, and tree
231203420                                                                                     4
            Probability   diagrams (e.g., spinning a spinner, tossing 2 coins) (D-4-E) (D-
                          5-E)
                          The student will apply appropriate probabilistic reasoning in
            Data and
231203421                 real-life contexts using games and other activities (e.g.,          4
            Probability
                          examining fair and unfair situations) (D-5-E) (D-6-E)
                          The student will use various types of charts and graphs,
            Data and      including double bar graphs, to organize, display, and interpret
231203422                                                                                     5
            Probability   data and discuss patterns verbally and in writing (D-1-M) (D-2-
                          M) (P-3-M) (A-4-M)
            Data and      The student will compare and contrast different scales and
231203423                                                                                     5
            Probability   labels for bar and line graphs (D-1-M)
            Data and      The student will organize and display data using spreadsheets,
231203424                                                                                     5
            Probability   with technology (D-1-M)
            Data and      The student will compare and contrast survey data from two
231203425                                                                                     5
            Probability   groups relative to the same question (D-2-M)
                          The student will represent probabilities as common fractions
            Data and
231203426                 and recognize that probabilities fall between 0 and 1, inclusive    5
            Probability
                          (D-5-M)
                          The student will collect, organize, label, display, and interpret
            Data and      data in frequency tables, stem-and-leaf plots, and scatter plots
231203427                                                                                     6
            Probability   and discuss patterns in the data verbally and in writing (D-1-M)
                          (D-2-M) (A-3-M)
            Data and      The student will describe and analyze trends and patterns
231203428                                                                                     6
            Probability   observed in graphic displays (D-2-M)




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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
            Data and      The student will demonstrate an understanding of precision,
231203429                                                                                     6
            Probability   accuracy, and error in measurement (D-2-M)(M-2-M)
                          The student will calculate and discuss mean, median, mode,
            Data and
231203430                 and range of a set of discrete data to solve real-life problems     6
            Probability
                          (D-2-M)
                          The student will create and use Venn diagrams with two
            Data and
231203431                 overlapping categories to solve counting logic problems (D-3-       6
            Probability
                          M)
                          The student will use lists, tree diagrams, and tables to
            Data and
231203432                 determine the possible combinations from two disjoint sets          6
            Probability
                          when choosing one item from each set (D-4-M)
            Data and      The student will illustrate and apply the concept of
231203433                                                                                     6
            Probability   complementary events (D-5-M)
            Data and      The student will apply the meaning of equally likely and equally
231203434                                                                                     6
            Probability   probable to real-life situations (D-5-M) (D-6-M)
                          The student will analyze and interpret circle graphs, and
            Data and
231203435                 determine when a circle graph is the most appropriate type of       7
            Probability
                          graph to use (D-2-M)
            Data and      The student will describe data in terms of patterns, clustered
231203436                                                                                     7
            Probability   data, gaps, and outliers (D-2-M)
            Data and      The student will analyze discrete and continuous data in real-
231203437                                                                                     7
            Probability   life applications (D-2-M) (D-6-M)
                          The student will create and use Venn diagrams with three
            Data and
231203438                 overlapping categories to solve counting logic problems (D-3-       7
            Probability
                          M)
            Data and      The student will use informal thinking procedures of
231203439                                                                                     7
            Probability   elementary logic involving if/then statements (D-3-M)
            Data and      The student will apply the fundamental counting principle in
231203440                                                                                     7
            Probability   real-life situations (D-4-M)
            Data and      The student will determine probability from experiments and
231203441                                                                                     7
            Probability   from data displayed in tables and graphs (D-5-M)
            Data and      The student will compare theoretical and experimental
231203442                                                                                     7
            Probability   probability in real-life situations (D-5-M)
            Data and      The student will determine what kind of data display is
231203443                                                                                     8
            Probability   appropriate for a given situation (D-1-M)
            Data and      The student will match a data set or graph to a described
231203444                                                                                     8
            Probability   situation, and vice versa (D-1-M)
            Data and      The student will organize and display data using circle graphs
231203445                                                                                     8
            Probability   (D-1-M)
                          The student will collect and organize data using box-and-
            Data and
231203446                 whisker plots and use the plots to interpret quartiles and range    8
            Probability
                          (D-1-M) (D-2-M)
            Data and      The student will sketch and interpret a trend line (i.e., line of
231203447                                                                                     8
            Probability   best fit) on a scatter plot (D-2-M) (A-4-M) (A-5-M)




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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
            Data and      The student will analyze and make predictions from discovered
231203448                                                                                      8
            Probability   data patterns (D-2-M)
                          The student will explain factors in a data set that would affect
            Data and      measures of central tendency (e.g., impact of extreme values)
231203449                                                                                      8
            Probability   and discuss which measure is most appropriate for a given
                          situation (D-2-M)

                          The student will select random samples that are representative
            Data and      of the population, including sampling with and without
231203450                                                                                      8
            Probability   replacement, and explain the effect of sampling on bias (D-2-
                          M) (D-4-M)
                          The student will use lists, tree diagrams, and tables to apply
            Data and
231203451                 the concept of permutations to represent an ordering with and        8
            Probability
                          without replacement (D-4-M)
                          The student will use lists and tables to apply the concept of
            Data and
231203452                 combinations to represent the number of possible ways a set          8
            Probability
                          of objects can be selected from a group (D-4-M)
                          The student will use experimental data presented in tables and
            Data and
231203453                 graphs to make outcome predictions of independent events (D-         8
            Probability
                          5-M)
                          The student will calculate, illustrate, and apply single- and
            Data and      multiple-event probabilities, including mutually exclusive,
231203454                                                                                      8
            Probability   independent events and non-mutually exclusive, dependent
                          events (D-5-M)
                          The student will determine the most appropriate measure of
            Data and
231203455                 central tendency for a set of data based on its distribution (D-1-   9
            Probability
                          H)
                          The student will identify trends in data and support conclusions
            Data and
231203456                 by using distribution characteristics such as patterns, clusters,    9
            Probability
                          and outliers (D-1-H) (D-6-H) (D-7-H)
                          The student will create a scatter plot from a set of data and
            Data and
231203457                 determine if the relationship is linear or nonlinear (D-1-H) (D-6-   9
            Probability
                          H) (D-7-H)
            Data and      The student will use simulations to estimate probabilities (D-3-
231203458                                                                                      9
            Probability   H) (D-5-H)
            Data and      The student will define probability in terms of sample spaces,
231203459                                                                                      9
            Probability   outcomes, and events (D-4-H)
                          The student will compute probabilities using geometric models
            Data and
231203460                 and basic counting techniques such as combinations and               9
            Probability
                          permutations (D-4-H)
                          The student will explain the relationship between the
            Data and
231203461                 probability of an event occurring, and the odds of an event          9
            Probability
                          occurring and compute one given the other (D-4-H)
            Data and      The student will follow and interpret processes expressed in
231203462                                                                                      9
            Probability   flow charts (D-8-H)




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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
            Data and      The student will show or justify the correlation (match) between
231203463                                                                                     10
            Probability   a linear or non-linear data set and a graph (D-2-H) (P-5-H)

                          The student will determine the probability of conditional and
            Data and
231203464                 multiple events, including mutually and non-mutually exclusive      10
            Probability
                          events (D-4-H) (D-5-H)
                          The student will interpret and summarize a set of experimental
            Data and
231203465                 data presented in a table, bar graph, line graph, scatter plot,     10
            Probability
                          matrix, or circle graph (D-7-H)
                          The student will draw and justify conclusions based on the use
            Data and
231203466                 of logic (e.g., conditional statements, converse, inverse,          10
            Probability
                          contrapositive) (D-8-H) (G-6-H) (N-7-H)
            Data and      The student will use counting procedures and techniques to
231203467                                                                                     10
            Probability   solve real-life problems (D-9-H)
            Data and      The student will use discrete math to model real-life situations
231203468                                                                                     10
            Probability   (e.g., fair games, elections) (D-9-H)
            Data and      The student will discuss the differences between samples and
231203469                                                                                    11,12
            Probability   populations (D-1-H)
                          The student will devise and conduct well-designed
            Data and
231203470                 experiments/surveys involving randomization and considering        11,12
            Probability
                          the effects of sample size and bias (D-1-H)
                          The student will correlate/match data sets or graphs and their
            Data and
231203471                 representations and classify them as exponential, logarithmic,     11,12
            Probability
                          or polynomial functions (D-2-H)
                          The student will interpret and explain, with the use of
            Data and
231203472                 technology, the regression coefficient and the correlation         11,12
            Probability
                          coefficient for a set of data (D-2-H)
            Data and      The student will describe and interpret displays of normal and
231203473                                                                                    11,12
            Probability   non-normal distributions (D-6-H)
            Data and      The student will explain the limitations of predictions based on
231203474                                                                                    11,12
            Probability   organized sample sets of data (D-7-H)
            Data and      The student will represent data and solve problems involving
231203475                                                                                    11,12
            Probability   Euler and Hamiltonian paths (D-9-H)
                          The student will identify rectangles, squares, circles, and
231203476    Geometry                                                                         PK
                          triangles using concrete models (G-2-E)
                          The student will sort concrete objects by an attribute (e.g.,
231203477    Geometry                                                                         PK
                          shape, size, color) (PK-CM-D1) (G-2-E) (D-1-E)
                          The student will use words that indicate direction and position
231203478    Geometry     of an object (e.g., up, down, over, under, above, below, beside,    PK
                          in, out, behind) (PK-CM-G3) (G-3-E)
                          The student will recognize and manipulate an object’s position
231203479    Geometry     in space (e.g., blocks, assembling puzzles) (PK-CM-G3) (G-3-        PK
                          E) (G-4-E)




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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
                        The student will name and identify basic shapes using
                        concrete models (e.g., circles, squares, triangles, rectangles,
231203480    Geometry                                                                        K
                        rhombuses, balls, boxes, cans, cones) (G-2-E) (G-1-E) (G-4-
                        E) (G-5-E)
                        The student will compare, contrast, and sort objects or shapes
231203481    Geometry   according to two attributes (e.g., shape and size, shape and         K
                        color, thickness and color) (G-2-E)

                        The student will use words that indicate direction and position
231203482    Geometry   of objects and arrange an object in a specified position and         K
                        orientation (e.g., between, behind, above) (G-3-E)

                        The student will investigate the results of combining shapes
231203483    Geometry   (using paper shapes, pattern blocks, tangrams, etc.) (G-3-E)         K
                        (G-1-E)
                        The student will draw circles, squares, rectangles, and
231203484    Geometry                                                                        K
                        triangles (G-4-E)
                        The student will connect the informal language used for 3-
                        dimensional shapes to their proper mathematical name (e.g., a
231203485    Geometry                                                                        1
                        ball is a sphere, a box is a rectangular prism, a can is a
                        cylinder) (G-2-E)
                        The student will determine if a shape has a line of symmetry by
231203486    Geometry                                                                        1
                        folding (G-2-E)
                        The student will visualize, predict, and create new shapes by
231203487    Geometry   cutting apart and combining existing 2- and 3-dimensional            1
                        shapes (G-3-E) (G-1-E)
                        The student will identify congruent shapes (i.e., same size and
231203488    Geometry   shape) in a variety of positions and orientations (G-3-E) (G-2-      1
                        E)
231203489    Geometry   The student will draw line segments (G-5-E)                          1

                        The student will compare and contrast 3-dimensional shapes
231203490    Geometry   (i.e., sphere, cube, cylinder, cone, prism, pyramid) according to    2
                        their attributes (e.g., number of faces, shape of faces) (G-2-E)

                        The student will identify a reduction or enlargement of a given
231203491    Geometry                                                                        2
                        shape (G-2-E)
                        The student will identify congruent 3-dimensional solids in a
231203492    Geometry                                                                        2
                        variety of positions and orientations (G-3-E) (G-4-E) (G-2-E)
                        The student will identify and draw horizontal and vertical line
231203493    Geometry                                                                        2
                        segments (G-5-E)

                        The student will classify and describe 2- and 3-dimensional
231203494    Geometry   objects according to given attributes (triangle vs. quadrilateral,   3
                        parallelogram vs. prism) (G-2-E) (G-1-E) (G-4-E)




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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
                        The student will apply concepts of congruence, similarity, and
231203495    Geometry                                                                        3
                        symmetry in real-life situations (G-2-E)
                        The student will draw or reconstruct figures from visual
231203496    Geometry                                                                        3
                        memory or verbal descriptions (G-3-E)
                        The student will recognize and execute specified flips, turns,
                        and slides of geometric figures using manipulatives and
231203497    Geometry                                                                        3
                        correct terminology (including clockwise and counterclockwise)
                        (G-3-E)
                        The student will construct and draw rectangles (including
231203498    Geometry   squares) with given dimensions (e.g., grid paper, square tiles)      3
                        (G-4-E)
                        The student will fold a 2-dimensional net into a 3-dimensional
231203499    Geometry                                                                        3
                        object (G-4-E) (G-1-E)
                        The student will identify, give properties of, and distinguish
231203500    Geometry   among points, lines, line segments, planes, rays, and angles         3
                        (G-5-E)
                        The student will identify and draw segments, rays, and lines
231203501    Geometry                                                                        3
                        that are perpendicular, parallel, and intersecting (G-5-E)
                        The student will identify, describe, and draw intersecting,
231203502    Geometry   horizontal, vertical, parallel, diagonal, and perpendicular lines,   3
                        rays, and right angles in the real world (G-5-E) (G-6-E)
                        The student will find the length of a path (that does not include
231203503    Geometry                                                                        3
                        diagonals) between two points on a grid (G-6-E)
                        The student will identify the top, bottom, or side view of a given
231203504    Geometry                                                                        4
                        3-dimensional object (G-1-E) (G-3-E)
                        The student will identify, describe the properties of, and draw
                        circles and polygons (triangle, quadrilateral, parallelogram,
231203505    Geometry                                                                        4
                        trapezoid, rectangle, square, rhombus, pentagon, hexagon,
                        octagon, and decagon) (G-2-E)
                        The student will make and test predictions regarding
231203506    Geometry   transformations (i.e., slides, flips, and turns) of plane            4
                        geometric shapes (G-3-E)
                        The student will identify, manipulate, and predict the results of
231203507    Geometry   rotations of 90, 180, 270, and 360 degrees on a given figure (G-     4
                        3-E)
                        The student will draw, identify, and classify angles that are
231203508    Geometry                                                                        4
                        acute, right, and obtuse (G-5-E) (G-1-E)

                        The student will specify locations of points in the first quadrant
231203509    Geometry                                                                        4
                        of coordinate systems and describe paths on maps (G-6-E)

                        The student will use mathematical terms to classify and
231203510    Geometry   describe the properties of 2-dimensional shapes, including           5
                        circles, triangles, and polygons (G-2-M)




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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
                        The student will identify and use appropriate terminology for
231203511    Geometry   transformations (e.g., translation as slide, reflection as flip, and   5
                        rotation as turn) (G-3-M)
                        The student will identify shapes that have rotational symmetry
231203512    Geometry                                                                          5
                        (G-3-M)
                        The student will identify and plot points on a coordinate grid in
231203513    Geometry                                                                          5
                        the first quadrant (G-6-M)
                        The student will use mathematical terms to describe the basic
231203514    Geometry   properties of 3-dimensional objects (edges, vertices, faces,           6
                        base, etc.) (G-2-M)
                        The student will relate polyhedra to their 2-dimensional shapes
231203515    Geometry                                                                          6
                        by drawing or sketching their faces (G-2-M)(G-4-M)

                        The student will apply concepts, properties, and relationships
                        of points, lines, line segments, rays, diagonals, circles, and
231203516    Geometry                                                                          6
                        right, acute, and obtuse angles and triangles in real-life
                        situations (e.g. estimating angles) (G-2-M) (G-5-M) (G-1-M)

                        The student will make and test predictions regarding
231203517    Geometry                                                                          6
                        tessellations with geometric shapes (G-3-M)
                        The student will use a rectangular grid and ordered pairs to
231203518    Geometry   plot simple shapes and find horizontal and vertical lengths and        6
                        area (G-6-M)
                        The student will identify and draw angles (using protractors),
231203519    Geometry   circles, diameters, radii, altitudes, and 2-dimensional figures        7
                        with given specifications (G-2-M)

                        The student will draw the results of reflections and translations
231203520    Geometry                                                                          7
                        of geometric shapes on a coordinate grid (G-3-M)

                        The student will recognize p as the ratio between the
231203521    Geometry   circumference and diameter of any circle (i.e., pi = C/d or pi =       7
                        C/2r) (G-5-M)
                        The student will model and explain the relationship between
                        perimeter and area (how scale change in a linear dimension
231203522    Geometry                                                                          7
                        affects perimeter and area) and between circumference and
                        area of a circle (G-5-M)
                        The student will determine the radius, diameter,
231203523    Geometry   circumference, and area of a circle and apply these measures           7
                        in real-life problems (G-5-M) (G-7-M) (M-6-M)
                        The student will plot points on a coordinate grid in all 4
231203524    Geometry   quadrants and locate the coordinates of a missing vertex in a          7
                        parallelogram (G-6-M) (A-5-M)

                        The student will apply the knowledge that the measures of the
231203525    Geometry                                                                          7
                        interior angles in a triangle add up to 180 degrees (G-7-M)




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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
                        The student will define and apply the terms measure, distance,
231203526    Geometry                                                                         8
                        midpoint, bisect, bisector, and perpendicular bisector (G-2-M)

                        The student will demonstrate conceptual and practical
231203527    Geometry   understanding of symmetry, similarity, and congruence and             8
                        identify similar and congruent figures (G-2-M)
                        The student will predict, draw, and discuss the resulting
                        changes in lengths, orientation, angle measures, and
231203528    Geometry   coordinates when figures are translated, reflected across             8
                        horizontal or vertical lines, and rotated on a grid (G-3-M) (G-6-
                        M)
                        The student will predict, draw, and discuss the resulting
                        changes in lengths, orientation, and angle measures that occur
231203529    Geometry                                                                         8
                        in figures under a similarity transformation (dilation) (G-3-M) (G-
                        6-M)
                        The student will construct polyhedra using 2-dimensional
231203530    Geometry                                                                         8
                        patterns (nets) (G-4-M)
                        The student will apply concepts, properties, and relationships
231203531    Geometry   of adjacent, corresponding, vertical, alternate interior,             8
                        complementary, and supplementary angles (G-5-M)
                        The student will solve problems involving lengths of sides of
231203532    Geometry                                                                         8
                        similar triangles (G-5-M) (A-5-M)
                        The student will construct, interpret, and use scale drawings in
231203533    Geometry                                                                         8
                        real-life situations (G-5-M) (M-6-M) (N-8-M)
                        The student will use area to justify the Pythagorean theorem
231203534    Geometry   and apply the Pythagorean theorem and its converse in real-           8
                        life problems (G-5-M) (G-7-M)

                        The student will model and explain the relationship between
231203535    Geometry   the dimensions of a rectangular prism and its volume (i.e., how       8
                        scale change in linear dimension(s) affects volume) (G-5-M)

                        The student will graph solutions to real-life problems on the
231203536    Geometry                                                                         8
                        coordinate plane (G-6-M)
                        The student will use coordinate methods to solve and interpret
                        problems (e.g., slope as rate of change, intercept as initial
231203537    Geometry                                                                         9
                        value, intersection as common solution, midpoint as
                        equidistant) (G-2-H) (G-3-H)
                        The student will graph a line when the slope and a point or
231203538    Geometry                                                                         9
                        when two points are known (G-3-H)
                        The student will explain slope as a representation of “rate of
231203539    Geometry                                                                         9
                        change” (G-3-H) (A-1-H)
                        The student will perform translations and line reflections on the
231203540    Geometry                                                                         9
                        coordinate plane (G-3-H)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
                          The student will construct 2- and 3-dimensional figures when
231203541    Geometry     given the name, description, or attributes, with and without          10
                          technology (G-1-H)
                          The student will form and test conjectures concerning
                          geometric relationships including lines, angles, and polygons
231203542    Geometry                                                                           10
                          (i.e., triangles, quadrilaterals, and n-gons), with and without
                          technology (G-1-H) (G-4-H) (G-6-H)
                          The student will determine angle measurements using the
231203543    Geometry     properties of parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines in a    10
                          plane (G-2-H)
                          The student will apply the Pythagorean theorem in both
231203544    Geometry                                                                           10
                          abstract and real-life settings (G-2-H)
                          The student will solve problems and determine measurements
231203545    Geometry     involving chords, radii, arcs, angles, secants, and tangents of a     10
                          circle (G-2-H)
                          The student will develop and apply coordinate rules for
231203546    Geometry                                                                           10
                          translations and reflections of geometric figures (G-3-H)
                          The student will draw or use other methods, including
231203547    Geometry                                                                           10
                          technology, to illustrate dilations of geometric figures (G-3-H)
                          The student will represent and solve problems involving
231203548    Geometry                                                                           10
                          distance on a number line or in the plane (G-3-H)
                          The student will compare and contrast inductive and deductive
231203549    Geometry     reasoning approaches to justify conjectures and solve                 10
                          problems (G-4-H) (G-6-H)
                          The student will determine angle measures and side lengths of
231203550    Geometry     right and similar triangles using trigonometric ratios and            10
                          properties of similarity, including congruence (G-5-H) (M-4-H)
                          The student will develop formal and informal proofs (e.g.,
231203551    Geometry                                                                           10
                          Pythagorean theorem, flow charts, paragraphs) (G-6-H)

                          The student will identify conic sections, including the
231203552    Geometry     degenerate conics, and describe the relationship of the plane        11,12
                          and double-napped cone that forms each conic (G-1-H)

                          The student will represent translations, reflections, rotations,
231203553    Geometry     and dilations of plane figures using sketches, coordinates,          11,12
                          vectors, and matrices (G-3-H)
                          The student will use comparative vocabulary in measurement
                          settings (e.g., long/longer, short/shorter, more/less,
231203554   Measurement                                                                         PK
                          hotter/colder, heavier/lighter, bigger/smaller) (PK-CM-M3) (M-1-
                          E) (M-2-E) (M-3-E)
                          The student will use words such as day, week, month,
231203555   Measurement                                                                         PK
                          schedule, morning, noon, night (PK-CM-M1) (M-2-E)




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                          The student will use vocabulary such as: yesterday, today,
                          tomorrow, hours, weeks, names of days, names of months;
231203556   Measurement                                                                          K
                          sequence events; and identify calendars and clocks as objects
                          that measure time (M-1-E) (M-2-E) (M-5-E)
                          The student will measure and estimate length and capacity
231203557   Measurement   using non-standard units (e.g., sticks, paper clips, blocks,           K
                          beans) (M-2-E) (M-3-E)
                          The student will use comparative and superlative vocabulary in
231203558   Measurement   measurement settings (e.g., longest, shortest, most, hottest,          K
                          heaviest, biggest) (M-3-E) (M-1-E) (M-2-E)
                          The student will measure length to the nearest inch and
231203559   Measurement                                                                          1
                          centimeter using appropriate tools (M-1-E) (M-2-E)
                          The student will tell time to the hour and half-hour, and identify
231203560   Measurement   date, day, week, month, and year on a calendar (M-1-E) (M-2-           1
                          E) (M-5-E)
                          The student will select appropriate non-standard units for linear
231203561   Measurement   measurement situations (e.g., sticks, blocks, paper clips) (M-2-       1
                          E)
                          The student will compare the measure of objects to
231203562   Measurement   benchmarks (e.g., the width of a child’s thumb is about a              1
                          centimeter) (M-2-E)
                          The student will measure capacity using cups (M-2-E) (M-3-E)
231203563   Measurement                                                                          1
                          (M-1-E)
                          The student will identify the thermometer as a tool for
231203564   Measurement                                                                          1
                          measuring temperature (M-2-E)
                          The student will measure and appropriately label measures of
                          length and perimeter (i.e., inch, centimeter, foot), capacity (i.e.,
231203565   Measurement                                                                          2
                          cup, quart, liter), and weight/mass (i.e., pound, kilogram) (M-1-
                          E)
                          The student will read a thermometer in degrees Fahrenheit
231203566   Measurement                                                                          2
                          and Celsius and interpret the temperature (M-1-E)

                          The student will tell time to the nearest 5 minutes, and identify
231203567   Measurement                                                                          2
                          the time one hour before or after a given time (M-1-E) (M-3-E)

                          The student will select and use appropriate tools and units to
                          measure length, time, capacity, and weight (e.g., scales for
231203568   Measurement                                                                          2
                          pounds and kilograms; rulers for inches and centimeters;
                          measuring containers for cup, quarts, and liters) (M-2-E)
                          The student will use non-standard units to cover a given region
231203569   Measurement                                                                          2
                          (M-2-E)
                          The student will estimate length in standard units (inch, foot,
231203570   Measurement                                                                          2
                          and centimeter) (M-3-E)
                          The student will compare units within the same system (inch is
231203571   Measurement   shorter than a foot, minute is shorter than an hour, day is            2
                          shorter than a month, cup holds less than a quart) (M-3-E)



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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
                          The student will measure length to the nearest yard, meter,
231203572   Measurement                                                                       3
                          and half-inch (M-1-E)
                          The student will measure capacity using pints and gallons (M-1-
231203573   Measurement                                                                       3
                          E)
                          The student will measure weight using grams and ounces (M-1-
231203574   Measurement                                                                       3
                          E)
                          The student will find the perimeter of a geometric shape given
231203575   Measurement                                                                       3
                          the length of its sides (M-1-E)
                          The student will find the area in square units of a given
231203576   Measurement   rectangle (including squares) drawn on a grid or by covering        3
                          the region with square tiles (M-1-E)
                          The student will find elapsed time involving hours and minutes,
231203577   Measurement   without regrouping, and tell time to the nearest minute (M-1-E)     3
                          (M-5-E)

                          The student will select and use the appropriate standard units
                          of measure, abbreviations, and tools to measure length and
231203578   Measurement                                                                       3
                          perimeter (i.e., in., cm), area (square inch, square centimeter),
                          capacity (i.e., cup, pint), and weight/mass (i.e. lb., g) (M-2-E)

                          The student will order a set of measures within the same
231203579   Measurement                                                                       3
                          system (M-3-E)

                          The student will compare U.S. and metric measurements
231203580   Measurement   using approximate reference points without using conversions        3
                          (e.g., a meter is longer than a yard) (M-3-E) (M-4-E)

                          The student will estimate length, weight/mass, and capacity (M-
231203581   Measurement                                                                       3
                          3-E)
                          The student will measure length to the nearest quarter-inch
231203582   Measurement                                                                       4
                          and mm (M-2-E) (M-1-E)
                          The student will describe the concept of volume, and measure
231203583   Measurement   volume using cubic in. and cubic cm and capacity using fl. oz.      4
                          and ml (M-2-E) (M-3-E)
                          The student will select and use the appropriate standard units
                          of measure, abbreviations, and tools to measure length (i.e.,
231203584   Measurement   in., cm), area (i.e., square inch), capacity (i.e., fl. oz., ml),   4
                          weight/mass (i.e., lb., g), and volume (i.e., cubic cm) (M-2-E)
                          (M-1-E)
                          The student will set up, solve, and interpret elapsed time
231203585   Measurement                                                                       4
                          problems (M-2-E) (M-5-E)
                          The student will recognize the attributes to be measured in a
231203586   Measurement                                                                       4
                          real-life situation (M-2-E) (M-5-E)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
                          The student will use estimates and measurements to calculate
231203587   Measurement   perimeter and area of rectangular objects (including squares)       4
                          in U.S. (including square feet) and metric units (M-3-E)

                          The student will estimate the area of an irregular shape drawn
231203588   Measurement                                                                       4
                          on a unit grid (M-3-E)
                          The student will use unit conversions within the same system
                          to solve real-life problems (e.g., 60 sec. = 1 min., 12 objects =
231203589   Measurement                                                                       4
                          1 dozen, 12 in. = 1 ft., 100 cm = 1 m, 1 pt. = 2 cups) (M-4-E)
                          (N-2-E) (M-5-E)
                          The student will model, measure, and use the names of all
231203590   Measurement                                                                       5
                          common units in the U.S. and metric systems (M-1-M)
                          The student will apply the concepts of elapsed time in real-life
231203591   Measurement   situations and calculate equivalent times across time zones in      5
                          real-life problems (M-1-M) (M-6-M)
                          The student will distinguish among the processes of counting,
231203592   Measurement   calculating, and measuring and determine which is the most          5
                          appropriate strategy for a given situation (M-2-M)
                          The student will estimate time, temperature, weight/mass, and
231203593   Measurement   length in familiar situations and explain the reasonableness of     5
                          answers (M-2-M)
                          The student will compare the relative sizes of common units
231203594   Measurement   for time, temperature, weight, mass, and length in real-life        5
                          situations (M-2-M) (M-4-M)
                          The student will identify appropriate tools and units with which
231203595   Measurement   to measure time, mass, weight, temperature, and length (M-3-        5
                          M)
                          The student will measure angles to the nearest degree (M-3-
231203596   Measurement                                                                       5
                          M)
                          The student will compare and estimate measurements
231203597   Measurement   between the U.S. and metric systems in terms of common              5
                          reference points (e.g., l vs. qt., m vs. yd.) (M-4-M)
                          The student will convert between units of measurement for
231203598   Measurement   length, weight, and time, in U.S. and metric, within the same       5
                          system (M-5-M)

                          The student will measure length and read linear
231203599   Measurement                                                                       6
                          measurements to the nearest sixteenth-inch and mm (M-1-M)

                          The student will calculate perimeter and area of triangles,
231203600   Measurement                                                                       6
                          parallelograms, and trapezoids (M-1-M)
                          The student will calculate, interpret, and compare rates such
231203601   Measurement                                                                       6
                          as $/lb., mpg, and mph (M-1-M) (A-5-M)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
                          The student will demonstrate an intuitive sense of relative
                          sizes of common units for length and area of familiar objects in
231203602   Measurement                                                                      6
                          real-life problems (e.g., estimate the area of a desktop in
                          square feet) (M-2-M) (G-1-M)
                          The student will estimate perimeter and area of any 2-
231203603   Measurement   dimensional figure (regular and irregular) using standard units    6
                          (M-2-M)
                          The student will identify and select appropriate units to
231203604   Measurement                                                                      6
                          measure area (M-3-M)
                          The student will determine the perimeter and area of
231203605   Measurement   composite plane figures by subdivision and area addition (M-1-     7
                          M) (G-7-M)

                          The student will compare and order measurements within and
231203606   Measurement   between the U.S. and metric systems in terms of common             7
                          reference points (e.g., weight/mass and area) (M-4-M) (G-1-M)

                          The student will convert between units of area in U.S. and
231203607   Measurement                                                                      7
                          metric units within the same system (M-5-M)
                          The student will demonstrate an intuitive sense of comparisons
231203608   Measurement   between degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius in real-life situations     7
                          using common reference points (M-5-M)
                          The student will determine the volume and surface area of
231203609   Measurement                                                                      8
                          prisms and cylinders (M-1-M) (G-7-M)
                          The student will apply rate of change in real-life problems,
231203610   Measurement   including density, velocity, and international monetary            8
                          conversions (M-1-M) (N-8-M) (M-6-M)
                          The student will demonstrate an intuitive sense of the relative
                          sizes of common units of volume in relation to real-life
231203611   Measurement                                                                      8
                          applications and use this sense when estimating (M-2-M) (G-1-
                          M)
                          The student will identify and select appropriate units for
231203612   Measurement                                                                      8
                          measuring volume (M-3-M)
                          The student will compare and estimate measurements of
231203613   Measurement   volume and capacity within and between the U.S. and metric         8
                          systems (M-4-M) (G-1-M)
                          The student will convert units of volume/capacity within
231203614   Measurement                                                                      8
                          systems for U.S. and metric units (M-5-M)
                          The student will distinguish between precision and accuracy
231203615   Measurement                                                                      9
                          (M-1-H)
                          The student will demonstrate and explain how the scale of a
231203616   Measurement   measuring instrument determines the precision of that              9
                          instrument (M-1-H)
                          The student will use significant digits in computational
231203617   Measurement                                                                      9
                          problems (M-1-H) (N-2-H)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
                          The student will demonstrate and explain how relative
231203618   Measurement   measurement error is compounded when determining absolute               9
                          error (M-1-H) (M-2-H) (M-3-H)

                          The student will determine appropriate units and scales to use
231203619   Measurement                                                                           9
                          when solving measurement problems (M-2-H)(M-3-H) (M-1-H)

                          The student will solve problems using indirect measurement
231203620   Measurement                                                                           9
                          (M-4-H)
                          The student will find volume and surface area of pyramids,
231203621   Measurement                                                                           10
                          spheres, and cones (M-3-H) (M-4-H)
                          The student will model and use trigonometric ratios to solve
231203622   Measurement                                                                           10
                          problems involving right triangles (M-4-H) (N-6-H)
                          The student will calculate angle measures in degrees, minutes,
231203623   Measurement                                                                          11,12
                          and seconds (M-1-H)
                          The student will explain the unit circle basis for radian
231203624   Measurement   measure and show its relationship to degree measure of                 11,12
                          angles (M-1-H)
                          The student will identify and apply the unit circle definition to
231203625   Measurement   trigonometric functions and use this definition to solve real-life     11,12
                          problems (M-4-H)

                          The student will use the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines
231203626   Measurement                                                                          11,12
                          to solve problems involving triangle measurements (M-4-H)

            Number and
231203627    Number       The student will count by ones to 10 (PK-CM-N3) (N-1-E)                 PK
             Relations
            Number and    The student will count a set of five or fewer objects by
231203628    Number       establishing a 1-to-1 correspondence between number names               PK
             Relations    and objects (PK-CM-N2) (N-1-E)
            Number and
                          The student will identify an object's position as first or last (PK-
231203629    Number                                                                               PK
                          CM-G3) (N-1-E)
             Relations
            Number and
231203630    Number       The student will identify numerals 1 to 5 (PK-CM-N5) (N-1-E)            PK
             Relations
            Number and    The student will compare sets of objects using the words
231203631    Number       same/different and more/less/fewer (PK-CM-N1) (N-3-E) (N-7-             PK
             Relations    E)
            Number and
231203632    Number       The student will count by ones to 20 (N-1-E) (N-3-E)                    K
             Relations
            Number and    The student will count a set of 20 or fewer objects by
231203633    Number       establishing a 1-to-1 correspondence between number names               K
             Relations    and objects (N-1-E) (N-3-E) (A-1-E)
            Number and
                          The student will use the ordinal numerals 1st through 10th to
231203634    Number                                                                               K
                          discuss positions in ordered lists (N-1-E)
             Relations



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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
            Number and
                         The student will identify the numerals for the Number 0
231203635    Number                                                                           K
                         through 20 (N-1-E)(N-3-E)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will, using a number line or chart, identify the
231203636    Number      number coming before/after a given number and between two            K
             Relations   given numbers (N-1-E) (N-3-E) (A-1-E)
            Number and
                         The student will identify pennies, nickels, and dimes and their
231203637    Number                                                                           K
                         values using the cent sign (N-1-E) (N-2-E) (N-6-E) (M-1-E)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will count forward and backward from a given
231203638    Number                                                                           K
                         number between 1 and 10 (N-3-E)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will compare sets containing 20 or fewer objects
231203639    Number      using the words same/different and more/less/greater/fewer (N-       K
             Relations   3-E) (N-1-E)
            Number and
                         The student will use concrete objects to model simple real-life
231203640    Number                                                                           K
                         addition and subtraction problems (N-4-E)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will use operational vocabulary (add, subtract,
231203641    Number      join, remove, take away, put together) to explore sets of            K
             Relations   objects (N-5-E)
            Number and
                         The student will count to 100 by 1s, 5s, 10s, and 25s (N-1-E)
231203642    Number                                                                           1
                         (N-3-E) (N-4-E)
             Relations
            Number and
231203643    Number      The student will read and write numerals to 100 (N-1-E)              1
             Relations
            Number and
231203644    Number      The student will write number words 0 to 19 (N-1-E) (N-3-E)          1
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will use ordinal numbers through 31st as they
231203645    Number                                                                           1
                         relate to the calendar (N-1-E)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will model and use real place value in work,
231203646    Number                                                                           1
                         standard, and expanded form for numbers through 99 (N-1-E)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will use region models and sets of objects to
231203647    Number                                                                           1
                         demonstrate understanding of the concept of halves (N-1-E)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will identify quarters, half-dollars, and their values
231203648    Number                                                                           1
                         (N-1-E) (N-2-E) (M-1-E)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will find the value of a set of coins up to $1.00,
231203649    Number      using one denomination of coin (N-2-E) (N-6-E) (M-1-E) (M-5-         1
             Relations   E)
            Number and
                         The student will apply estimation strategies to estimate the
231203650    Number                                                                           1
                         size of groups up to 20 (N-2-E) (N-8-E)
             Relations



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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
                         The student will, using a number line or chart, locate, compare,
            Number and
                         and order whole numbers less than 100 and identify the
231203651    Number                                                                         1
                         number coming before/after a given number and between two
             Relations
                         given numbers (N-3-E) (A-1-E)

            Number and
                         The student will, from a given number between 1 and 100,
231203652    Number                                                                         1
                         count forward and backward (N-3-E)
             Relations


                         The student will know the basic facts for addition and
            Number and   subtraction (0s, 1s, counting on and back 2s, doubles, doubles
231203653    Number      +/- 1, then 10s facts, and related turn-around (commutative        1
             Relations   pairs) and use them to solve real-life problems (N-4-E) (N-6-E)
                         (N-8-E)


            Number and
                         The student will recognize and apply addition and subtraction
231203654    Number                                                                         1
                         as inverse operations (N-4-E)
             Relations

            Number and
                         The student will add and subtract 2-digit numbers using
231203655    Number                                                                         1
                         manipulatives (N-4-E) (N-6-E) (N-8-E)
             Relations

            Number and
                         The student will recognize real-life situations as addition or
231203656    Number                                                                         1
                         subtraction problems (N-5-E)
             Relations


            Number and
                         The student will, given a number and number line/hundreds
231203657    Number                                                                         1
                         chart, identify the nearest ten
             Relations

            Number and   The student will model, read, and write place values for
231203658    Number      numbers through 999 in word, standard, and expanded form           2
             Relations   (N-1-E)
            Number and   The student will model the concepts of thirds, fourths, fifths,
231203659    Number      and sixths using regions, sets, and fraction words (e.g., one-     2
             Relations   third, three-fourths, five-sixths) (N-1-E)

            Number and
                         The student will make reasonable estimates of the number of
231203660    Number                                                                         2
                         objects in a collection with fewer than 100 objects (N-2-E)
             Relations

            Number and   The student will count and write the value of amounts of
231203661    Number      money up to $1.00 using cents and dollar signs (N-2-E) (N-6-       2
             Relations   E) (M-1-E) (M-5-E)




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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
            Number and   The student will read, write, compare, and order whole
231203662    Number      numbers through 999 using words, number lines, and models            2
             Relations   (N-3-E) (N-1-E)
            Number and
                          When given a number, the student will count forward and
231203663    Number                                                                           2
                         backward and count to 100 by 2s (N-3-E) (N-1-E) (N-4-E)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will know all basic facts for addition and
231203664    Number      subtraction and use them to solve real-life problems (N-5-E) (N-     2
             Relations   6-E) (N-7-E) (N-8-E) (N-9-E)
                         The student will recognize and select, connect, and use
            Number and
                         operations, operational words and symbols (+, -) for addition
231203665    Number                                                                           2
                         (join, part/part/whole) or subtraction (take away, comparison,
             Relations
                         missing addend, and set/subset) situations (N-6-E) (N-5-E)
            Number and
                         The student will add and subtract 1- and 2- digit numbers (N-6-
231203666    Number                                                                           2
                         E) (N-7-E)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will round numbers to the nearest 10 or 100 and
231203667    Number      identify situations in which rounding is appropriate (N-7-E) (N-9-   2
             Relations   E)
                         The student will use the concept of one-to-several
            Number and
                         correspondence to trade single items for a greater quantity of
231203668    Number                                                                           2
                         items with unequal value (1 nickel for 5 pennies, 1 dime for 2
             Relations
                         nickels) (N-9-E)
            Number and   The student will model, read, and write place value in word,
231203669    Number      standard, and expanded form for numbers through 9999 (N-1-           3
             Relations   E)
            Number and   The student will read, write, compare, and order whole
231203670    Number      numbers through 9999 using symbols (i.e., <, =, >) and models        3
             Relations   (N-1-E) (N-3-E)
            Number and   The student will use region and set models and symbols to
231203671    Number      represent, estimate, read, write, and show understanding of          3
             Relations   fractions through tenths (N-1-E) (N-2-E)
            Number and   The student will use the concepts of associative and
231203672    Number      commutative properties of multiplication to simplify                 3
             Relations   computations (N-4-E) (N-7-E)
            Number and
                         The student will recognize and model multiplication as a
231203673    Number                                                                           3
                         rectangular array or as repeated addition (N-4-E) (N-7-E)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will recognize and model division as separating
231203674    Number      quantities into equal subsets (fair shares) or as repeated           3
             Relations   subtraction (N-4-E) (N-7-E)
            Number and
                         The student will recognize and apply multiplication and division
231203675    Number                                                                           3
                         as inverse operations (N-4-3)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will recognize, select, connect, and use
231203676    Number      operations, operational words, and symbols (i.e., +, -, x, /) to     3
             Relations   solve read-life situations (N-5-E) (N-6-E) (N-9-E)



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            A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
            Number and   The student will know basic multiplication and division facts
231203677    Number      (0s, 1s, 2s, 5s, 9s, and turn-arounds (commutative facts),        3
             Relations   including multiplying by 10s) (N-6-E) (N-4-E)
            Number and
                         The student will calculate the value of a combination of bills
231203678    Number                                                                        3
                         and coins and make change up to $5.00 (N-6-E) (M-1-E)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will add and subtract numbers of 3 digits or less
231203679    Number                                                                        3
                         (N-6-E) (N-7-E)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will round to the nearest 1000 and identify
231203680    Number      situations in which such rounding is appropriate (N-7-E) (N-9-    3
             Relations   E)
                         The student will determine when and how to estimate, and
            Number and
                         when and how to use mental math, calculators, or paper/pencil
231203681    Number                                                                        3
                         strategies to solve addition and subtraction problems (N-8-E)
             Relations
                         (N-9-E)
            Number and
                         The student will read and write place value in word, standard,
231203682    Number                                                                        4
                         and expanded form through 1,000,000 (N-1-E)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will read, write, compare, and order whole
231203683    Number      numbers using place value concepts, standard notation, and        4
             Relations   models through 1,000,000 (N-1-E) (N-3-E) (A-1-E)
            Number and
                         The student will illustrate with manipulatives when a number is
231203684    Number                                                                        4
                         divisible by 2, 3, 5, or 10 (N-1-E)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will know all basic facts for multiplication and
231203685    Number      division through 12 x 12 and 144 ¸ 12, and recognize factors of   4
             Relations   composite numbers less than 50 (N-1-E) (N-6-E) (N-7-E)
            Number and   The student will read, write, and relate decimals through
231203686    Number      hundredths and connect them with corresponding decimal            4
             Relations   fractions (N-1-E)
            Number and   The student will model, read, write, compare, order, and
231203687    Number      represent fractions with denominators through twelfths using      4
             Relations   region and set models (N-1-E) (A-1-E)
            Number and
                         The student will give decimal equivalents of halves, fourths,
231203688    Number                                                                        4
                         and tenths (N-2-E) (N-1-E)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will use common equivalent reference points for
231203689    Number                                                                        4
                         percents (i.e., ¼, ½, ¾, and 1 whole) (N-2-E)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will estimate fractional amounts through twelfths,
231203690    Number                                                                        4
                         using pictures, models, and diagrams (N-2-E)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will solve multiplication and division number
231203691    Number                                                                        4
                         sentences including interpreting remainders (N-4-E)
             Relations




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            Number and   The student will multiply 3-digit by 1-digit numbers, 2-digit by 2-
231203692    Number      digit numbers, and divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers,         4
             Relations   with and without remainders (N-6-E) (N-7-E)
            Number and   The student will count money, determine change, and solve
231203693    Number      simple word problems involving money amounts using decimal            4
             Relations   notation (N-6-E) (N-9-E) (M-1-E) (M-5-E)

            Number and   The student will determine when and how to estimate, and
231203694    Number      when and how to use mental math, calculators, or paper/pencil         4
             Relations   strategies to solve multiplication and division problems (N-8-E)

            Number and
                         The student will solve real-life problems, including those in
231203695    Number                                                                            4
                         which some information is not given (N-9-E)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will differentiate between the terms factor and
231203696    Number                                                                            5
                         multiple, and prime and composite (N-1-M)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will recognize, explain, and compute equivalent
231203697    Number                                                                            5
                         fractions for common fractions (N-1-M) (N-3-M)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will add and subtract fractions with common
231203698    Number      denominators and use mental math to determine whether the             5
             Relations   answer is reasonable (N-2-M)
            Number and
                         The student will compare positive fractions using number
231203699    Number                                                                            5
                         sense, symbols (i.e., <, =, >), and number lines (N-2-M)
             Relations
                         The student will read, explain, and write a numerical
            Number and
                         representation for positive improper fractions, mixed numbers,
231203700    Number                                                                            5
                         and decimals from a pictorial representation and vice versa (N-
             Relations
                         3-M)

                         The student will select and discuss the correct operation for a
            Number and
                         given problem involving positive fractions using appropriate
231203701    Number                                                                            5
                         language such as sum, difference, numerator, and
             Relations
                         denominator (N-4-M) (N-5-M)
            Number and   The student will select, sequence, and use appropriate
231203702    Number      operations to solve multi-step word problems with whole               5
             Relations   numbers (N-5-M) (N-4-M)
            Number and   The student will use the whole number system (e.g.,
231203703    Number      computational fluency, place value, etc.) to solve problems in        5
             Relations   real-life and other content areas (N-5-M)
                         The student will use mental math and estimation strategies to
            Number and
                         predict the results of computations (i.e., whole numbers,
231203704    Number                                                                            5
                         addition and subtraction of fractions) and to test the
             Relations
                         reasonableness of solutions (N-6-M) (N-2-M)
            Number and   The student will determine when an estimate is sufficient and
231203705    Number      when an exact answer is needed in real-life problems using            5
             Relations   whole numbers (N-6-M) (N-5-M)



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            Number and   The student will explain concepts of ratios and equivalent
231203706    Number      ratios using models and pictures in real-life problems (e.g.,         5
             Relations   understand that 2/3 means 2 divided by 3) (N-8-M) (N-5-M)
            Number and
231203707    Number      The student will factor whole numbers into primes (N-1-M)             6
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will determine common factors and common
231203708    Number                                                                            6
                         multiples for pairs of whole numbers (N-1-M)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will find the greatest common factor (GCF) and
231203709    Number      least common multiple (LCM) for whole numbers in the context          6
             Relations   of problem-solving (N-1-M)

            Number and   The student will recognize and compute equivalent
231203710    Number      representations of fractions and decimals (i.e., halves, thirds,      6
             Relations   fourths, fifths, eighths, tenths, hundredths) (N-1-M) (N-3-M)

            Number and   The student will decide which representation (i.e., fraction or
231203711    Number      decimal) of a positive number is appropriate in a real-life           6
             Relations   situation (N-1-M) (N-5-M)
            Number and   The student will compare positive fractions, decimals, and
231203712    Number      positive and negative integers using symbols (i.e., <, =, >) and      6
             Relations   number lines (N-2-M)
            Number and
                         The student will read and write numerals and words for
231203713    Number                                                                            6
                         decimals through ten-thousandths (N-3-M)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will demonstrate the meaning of positive and
231203714    Number      negative numbers and their opposites in real-life situations (N-      6
             Relations   3-M) (N-5-M)
            Number and
                         The student will add and subtract fractions and decimals in
231203715    Number                                                                            6
                         real-life situations (N-5-M)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will use and explain estimation strategies to
231203716    Number      predict computational results with positive fractions and             6
             Relations   decimals (N-6-M)
            Number and
                         The student will mentally multiply and divide by powers of 10
231203717    Number                                                                            6
                         (e.g., 25/10 = 2.5; 12.56 x 100 = 1,256) (N-6-M)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will divide 4-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers with
231203718    Number                                                                            6
                         the quotient written as a mixed number or a decimal (N-7-M)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will use models and pictures to explain concepts
231203719    Number      or solve problems involving ratio, proportion, and percent with       6
             Relations   whole numbers (N-8-M)
                         The student will recognize and compute equivalent
            Number and
                         representations of fractions, decimals, and percents (i.e.,
231203720    Number                                                                            7
                         halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, eighths, tenths, hundredths) (N-1-
             Relations
                         M)



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            Number and   The student will compare positive fractions, decimals,
231203721    Number      percents, and integers using symbols (i.e., <, £, =, ³, >) and   7
             Relations   position on a number line (N-2-M)
            Number and
                         The student will solve order of operations problems involving
231203722    Number                                                                       7
                         grouping symbols and multiple operations (N-4-M)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will model and apply the distributive property in
231203723    Number                                                                       7
                         real-life applications (N-4-M)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will multiply and divide positive fractions and
231203724    Number                                                                       7
                         decimals (N-5-M)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will set up and solve simple percent problems
231203725    Number      using various strategies, including mental math (N-5-M) (N-6-    7
             Relations   M) (N-8-M)
                         The student will select and discuss appropriate operations and
            Number and
                         solve single- and multi-step, real-life problems involving
231203726    Number                                                                       7
                         positive fractions, percents, mixed numbers, decimals, and
             Relations
                         positive and negative integers (N-5-M) (N-3-M) (N-4-M)
            Number and   The student will determine the reasonableness of answers
231203727    Number      involving positive fractions and decimals by comparing them to   7
             Relations   estimates (N-6-M) (N-7-M)
            Number and   The student will determine when an estimate is sufficient and
231203728    Number      when an exact answer is needed in real-life problems using       7
             Relations   decimals and percents (N-7-M) (N-5-M)
            Number and
231203729    Number      The student will determine and apply rates and ratios (N-8-M)    7
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will use proportions involving whole numbers to
231203730    Number                                                                       7
                         solve real-life problems (N-8-M)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will compare rational numbers using symbols (i.e.,
231203731    Number                                                                       8
                         <, £ , =, ³, >) and position on a number line (N-1-M) (N-2-M)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will use whole number exponents (0-3) in problem-
231203732    Number                                                                       8
                         solving contexts (N-1-M) (N-5-M)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will estimate the answer to an operation involving
231203733    Number      rational numbers based on the original numbers (N-2-M) (N-6-     8
             Relations   M)
            Number and
                         The student will read and write numbers in scientific notation
231203734    Number                                                                       8
                         with positive exponents (N-3-M)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will simplify expressions involving operations on
231203735    Number      integers, grouping symbols, and whole number exponents           8
             Relations   using order of operations (N-4-M)




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            Number and   The student will identify missing information or suggest a
231203736    Number      strategy for solving a real-life, rational-number problem (N-5-     8
             Relations   M)
            Number and
                         The student will use proportional reasoning to model and solve
231203737    Number                                                                          8
                         real-life problems (N-8-M)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will solve real-life problems involving percentages,
231203738    Number      including percentages less than 1 or greater than 100 (N-8-M)       8
             Relations   (N-5-M)
            Number and
                         The student will find unit/cost rates and apply them in real-life
231203739    Number                                                                          8
                         problems (N-8-M) (N-5-M) (A-5-M)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will identify and describe differences among
231203740    Number      natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers,         9
             Relations   and irrational numbers (N-1-H) (N-2-H) (N-3-H)
            Number and
                         The student will evaluate and write numerical expressions
231203741    Number                                                                          9
                         involving integer exponents (N-2-H)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will apply scientific notation to perform
231203742    Number      computations, solve problems, and write representations of          9
             Relations   numbers (N-2-H)
                         The student will distinguish between an exact and an
            Number and
                         approximate answer, and recognize errors introduced by the
231203743    Number                                                                          9
                         use of approximate numbers with technology (N-3-H) (N-4-H)
             Relations
                         (N-7-H)
            Number and   The student will demonstrate computational fluency with all
231203744    Number      rational numbers (e.g., estimation, mental math, technology,        9
             Relations   paper/pencil) (N-5-H)
            Number and
                         The student will simplify and perform basic operations on
231203745    Number                                                                          9
                         numerical expressions involving radicals (N-5-H)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will use proportional reasoning to model and solve
231203746    Number                                                                          9
                         real-life problems involving direct and inverse variation (N-6-H)
             Relations
            Number and
                         The student will simplify and determine the value of radical
231203747    Number                                                                          10
                         expressions (N-2-H) (N-7-H)
             Relations
                         The student will predict the effect of operations on real
            Number and
                         numbers (e.g., the quotient of a positive number divided by a
231203748    Number                                                                          10
                         positive number less than 1 is greater than the original
             Relations
                         dividend) (N-3-H) (N-7-H)
            Number and
                         The student will define sine, cosine, and tangent in ratio form
231203749    Number                                                                          10
                         and calculate them using technology (N-6-H)
             Relations
            Number and   The student will use ratios and proportional reasoning to solve
231203750    Number      a variety of real-life problems including similar figures and       10
             Relations   scale drawings (N-6-H) (M-4-H)



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             Number and
                             The student will read, write, and perform basic operations on
231203751      Number                                                                              11,12
                             complex numbers (N-1-H) (N-5-H)
              Relations
             Number and
                             The student will evaluate and perform basic operations on
231203752      Number                                                                              11,12
                             expressions containing rational exponents (N-2-H)
              Relations
             Number and
                             The student will describe the relationship between exponential
231203753      Number                                                                              11,12
                             and logarithmic equations (N-2-H)
              Relations
              Patterns,      The student will recognize and copy repeated patterns (e.g.,
231203754   Relations, and   concrete objects, songs, rhymes, and body movements) (PK-              PK
              Functions      CM-P1) (PK-CM-P2) (P-1-E) (P-3-E)

              Patterns,      The student will recognize, copy, name, create, and extend
231203755   Relations, and   repeating patterns (e.g., ABAB, AABB, ABBA) using concrete             K
              Functions      objects, shapes, pictures, numbers, and sounds (P-1-E)

              Patterns,      The student will identify, describe, and explain the patterns in
231203756   Relations, and   repeating situations (adding the same number, e.g., 2, 5, 8, 11,       1
              Functions      or skip-counting) (P-1-E)
              Patterns,
                             The student will explain patterns created with concrete objects,
231203757   Relations, and                                                                          1
                             numbers, shapes, and colors (P-2-E)
              Functions

              Patterns,      The student will recognize, extend, create, and explain
231203758   Relations, and   patterns of addition and subtraction as represented in charts          2
              Functions      and tables and in varied forms of skip-counting (P-1-E) (P-2-E)

              Patterns,      The student will recognize, extend, create, and explain
231203759   Relations, and   patterns that involve simple rotations or size changes with            2
              Functions      geometric objects (P-1-E) (P-2-E)
              Patterns,      The student will recognize and apply patterns in problem-
231203760   Relations, and   solving in other content areas and real-life situations (P-3-E) (N-    2
              Functions      9-E)
              Patterns,
                             The student will identify and model even and odd numbers with
231203761   Relations, and                                                                          3
                             objects, pictures, and words (P-1-E)
              Functions

              Patterns,      The student will find patterns to complete tables, state the rule
231203762   Relations, and   governing the shift between successive terms, and continue             3
              Functions      the pattern (including growing patterns) (P-1-E) (P-2-E)

              Patterns,      The student will find and describe patterns resulting from
231203763   Relations, and   operations involving even and odd numbers (such as even +              4
              Functions      even = even) (P-1-E)
              Patterns,
                             The student will identify missing elements in a number pattern
231203764   Relations, and                                                                          4
                             (P-1-E)
              Functions




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              Patterns,      The student will represent the relationship in an input-output
231203765   Relations, and   situation using a simple equation, graph, table, or word             4
              Functions      description (P-2-E)
              Patterns,      The student will fill in missing elements in sequences of
231203766   Relations, and   designs, number patterns, positioned figures, and quantities of      5
              Functions      objects (P-1-M)
              Patterns,      The student will describe, complete, and apply a pattern of
231203767   Relations, and   differences found in an input-output table (P-1-M) (P-2-M) (P-3-     6
              Functions      M)
                             The student will describe patterns in sequences of arithmetic
              Patterns,
                             and geometric growth and now-next relationships (i.e., growth
231203768   Relations, and                                                                        6
                             patterns where the next term is dependent on the present
              Functions
                             term) with numbers and figures (P-3-M) (A-4-M)
              Patterns,
                             The student will analyze and describe simple exponential
231203769   Relations, and                                                                        7
                             number patterns (e.g., 3, 9, 27 or 31, 32, 33) (P-1-M)
              Functions
              Patterns,      The student will analyze and verbally describe real-life additive
231203770   Relations, and   and multiplicative patterns involving fractions and integers (P-1-   7
              Functions      M) (P-4-M)
              Patterns,
                             The student will illustrate patterns of change in length(s) of
231203771   Relations, and                                                                        7
                             sides and corresponding changes in areas of polygons (P-3-M)
              Functions
                             The student will distinguish between and explain when real-life
              Patterns,
                             numerical patterns are linear/arithmetic (i.e., grows by addition)
231203772   Relations, and                                                                        8
                             or exponential/geometric (i.e., grows by multiplication) (P-1-M)
              Functions
                             (P-4-M)
              Patterns,      The student will represent the nth term in a pattern as a
231203773   Relations, and   formula and test the representation (P-1-M) (P-2-M) (P-3-M) (A-      8
              Functions      5-M)
              Patterns,      The student will illustrate patterns of change in dimension(s)
231203774   Relations, and   and corresponding changes in volumes of rectangular solids           8
              Functions      (P-3-M)
              Patterns,
                             The student will determine if a relation is a function and use
231203775   Relations, and                                                                        9
                             appropriate function notation (P-1-H)
              Functions
              Patterns,
                             The student will identify the domain and range of functions (P-
231203776   Relations, and                                                                        9
                             1-H)
              Functions
              Patterns,
                             The student will analyze real-life relationships that can be
231203777   Relations, and                                                                        9
                             modeled by linear functions (P-1-H) (P-5-H)
              Functions
              Patterns,
                             The student will identify and describe the characteristics of
231203778   Relations, and                                                                        9
                             families of linear functions, with and without technology (P-3-H)
              Functions
              Patterns,      The student will compare and contrast linear functions
231203779   Relations, and   algebraically in terms of their rates of change and intercepts (P-   9
              Functions      4-H)



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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - MATHEMATICS
              Patterns,      The student will explain how the graph of a linear function
231203780   Relations, and   changes as the coefficients or constants are changed in the           9
              Functions      function’s symbolic representation (P-4-H)
              Patterns,
                             The student will generalize and represent patterns
231203781   Relations, and                                                                         10
                             symbolically, with and without technology (P-1-H)
              Functions
              Patterns,      The student will translate among tabular, graphical, and
231203782   Relations, and   symbolic representations of patterns in real-life situations, with    10
              Functions      and without technology (P-2-H) (P-3-H) (A-3-H)
              Patterns,
                             The student will model a given set of real-life data with a non-
231203783   Relations, and                                                                        11,12
                             linear function (P-1-H) (P-5-H)
              Functions
              Patterns,
                             The student will apply the concept of a function and function
231203784   Relations, and                                                                        11,12
                             notation to represent and evaluate functions (P-1-H) (P-5-H)
              Functions
              Patterns,
                             The student will represent and solve problems involving nth
231203785   Relations, and                                                                        11,12
                             terms and sums for arithmetic and geometric series (P-2-H)
              Functions
              Patterns,      The student will compare and contrast the properties of
231203786   Relations, and   families of polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic       11,12
              Functions      functions, with and without technology (P-3-H)
              Patterns,
                             The student will represent and solve problems involving the
231203787   Relations, and                                                                        11,12
                             translation of functions in the coordinate plane (P-4-H)
              Functions
              Patterns,      The student will determine the family or families of functions
231203788   Relations, and   that can be used to represent a given set of real-life data, with    11,12
              Functions      and without technology (P-5-H)




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        A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - ORIENTATION MOBILITY
GOALS
                          The student will improve basic orientation skills by completing _____%of
151103000   Orientation
                          the following objectives during the school year
151103001   Orientation   Insert Orientation Mobility Goal Here
                          The student will improve advanced orientation skills by completing
151103002   Orientation
                          _____% of the following objectives during the school year

OBJECTIVES
151103101   Orientation   The student will use (T) for orientation purposes in (S)(C)(TP)(MM)
151103102   Orientation   The student will (CD)(C)(TP)(MM)
                          The student will demonstrate an awareness of self to objectives
151103103   Orientation
                          (LA)(C)(TP)(MM)
151103104   Orientation   The student will track a moving sound (C)(TP)(MM)
151103105   Orientation   The student will (AB) a stationary sound (LA)(C)(TP)(MM)
                          The student will use sounds to orient to specific environments
151103106   Orientation
                          (C)(TP)(MM)
                          Using (A) or (T), the student will demonstrate orientation to (S) by
151103107   Orientation
                          traveling (LA)(C)(TP)(MM)
151103108   Orientation   Using (A), the student will travel _____shaped routes (LA)(C)(TP)(MM)
151103109   Orientation   The student will demonstrate left and right turns (S)(LA)(C)(TP)(MM)
151103110   Orientation   Using (A), the student will understand _____ of the device (C)(TP)(MM)
151103111   Orientation   Given a low vision device, the student will (LV)(C)(TP)(MM)
151103112   Orientation   The student will define basic O&M vocabulary and skills (C)(TP)(MM)
                          The student will identify and use an indoor numbering system in
151103113   Orientation
                          (S)(C)(TP)(MM)
151103114   Orientation   Given a Braille compass, the student will read it correctly (C)(TP)(MM)
151103115   Orientation   The student will (CD)(C)(TP)(MM)
151103116   Orientation   Using (A), the student will understand _____ of the device (C)(TP)(MM)
151103117   Orientation   Given a low vision device, the student will (LV)(C)(TP)(MM)
                          Given a tactual map of (S), the student will identify his/her location and/or
151103118   Orientation
                                          various familiar landmarks (C)(TP)(MM)
                          Given materials, the student will make a tactual/or color-coded map of
151103119   Orientation
                          (S)(C)(TP)(MM)
151103120   Orientation   The student will define and travel around a city block (LA)(C)(TP)(MM)
                          While traveling around a city block using (A), the student will
151103121   Orientation
                          (RA)(LA)(C)(TP)(MM)
                          The student will travel a _____ route within _____ block(s) crossing
151103122   Orientation
                          _____ streets (C)TP)(MM)
                          While traveling a given route, the student will identify streets parallel and
151103123   Orientation
                          perpendicular to him/her (S)(C)(TP)(MM)
151103124   Orientation   Insert Orientation Mobility Objective Here


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151103125   Orientation   Insert Orientation Mobility Objective Here
151103126   Orientation   Insert Orientation Mobility Objective Here
151103127   Orientation   Insert Orientation Mobility Objective Here
151103128   Orientation   Insert Orientation Mobility Objective Here
151103129   Orientation   Insert Orientation Mobility Objective Here




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                    A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - READING
GOALS
             Reading and   The student will increase reading skills, comprehension, and response
 251130000
             Responding    to a range of materials (list specifics) from a _ level to a _ level (ELA-1)

                           The student will increase skills in vocabulary, reading, comprehension,
             Reading and
 251130001                 interpretation of texts, and response to a range of materials (list
             Responding
                           specifics) from a _ level to a _ level (ELA-1)
                           The student will increase skills in vocabulary, analysis, and evaluation
             Reading and
 251130002                 of texts, reading, comprehension, and response to a range of materials
             Responding
                           (list specifics) from a _ level to a _ level (ELA-1)
             Reading and   The student will read, analyze, and respond to texts as a record of life
 251130003
             Responding    experience in _ out of _ opportunities (ELA-6)
             Reading and   The student will read, compare, classify, and respond to a diverse body
 251130004
             Responding    of literature in _ out of _ opportunities (ELA-6)
             Reading and   The student will read, analyze, evaluate, and respond to a diverse body
 251130005
             Responding    of literature in _ out of _ opportunities (ELA-6)
                           The student will improve reasoning and problem solving skills in
             Reading and
 251130006                 reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing, and visual responding
             Responding
                           from a _ level to a _ level (ELA-7)
                           The student will improve inductive and deductive reasoning and
             Reading and
 251130007                 problem solving skills in reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing,
             Responding
                           and visual responding from a _ level to a _ level (ELA-7)
                           The student will improve analytical reasoning and problem solving skills
             Reading and
 251130008                 in reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing, and visual responding
             Responding
                           from a _ level to a _ level while maintaining a passing grade (ELA-7)
             Reading and
 251130009                 Insert Reading Goal Here
             Responding

OBJECTIVES
                           The student will manipulate endings of words and
             Reading and
 251130101                 nonsense words to make rhyming sounds (PK-LL-L3)                    PK
             Responding
                           (ELA-1-E1)
             Reading and   The student will manipulate syllables in spoken words
 251130102                                                                                     PK
             Responding    (segment/blend) (PK-LL-L3) (ELA-1-E1)
                           The student will identify and manipulate onset and rime in
             Reading and   words with three sounds (onset of the word cake is /k/
 251130103                                                                                     PK
             Responding    and the rime of the word cake is /-ake/) (PK-LL-L3) (ELA-
                           1-E1)
             Reading and   The student will repeat each word in a simple sentence
 251130104                                                                                     PK
             Responding    (PK-LL-L3) (ELA-1-E1)
                           The student will manipulate and identify individual sounds
             Reading and
 251130105                 (phonemes) in spoken words with three sounds (PK-LL-                PK
             Responding
                           L3) (ELA-1-E1)
             Reading and    The student will identify own first name in print (PK-LL-
 251130106                                                                                     PK
             Responding    L3) (ELA-1-E1)




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                          The student will identify at least eight uppercase or
            Reading and
251130107                 lowercase letters, focusing on those in the student's           PK
            Responding
                          name (PK-LL-L3) (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will orally respond to questions using new
            Reading and
251130108                 vocabulary introduced in conversations, activities, stories,    PK
            Responding
                          or books (PK-LL-L4) (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will locate, recognize, and identify that a
            Reading and
251130109                 book has a front and back cover, title pages, and inside       PK, K
            Responding
                          pages (PK-LL-R3) (ELA-1-E2)
            Reading and   The student will hold a book right side up (PK-LL-R3)
251130110                                                                                 PK
            Responding    (ELA-1-E2)
            Reading and   The student will differentiate between an illustration and
251130111                                                                                 PK
            Responding    printed text (PK-LL-R3) (ELA-1-E2)
            Reading and   The student will recognize that print is read left-to-right
251130112                                                                                 PK
            Responding    and top-to bottom (PK-LL-R3) (ELA-1-E2)
            Reading and   The student will relate pictures to characters (PK-LL-R4)
251130113                                                                                 PK
            Responding    (ELA-1-E4)
                          The student will role-play using different voices to
            Reading and
251130114                 represent characters in familiar stories (PK-LL-S1) (ELA-       PK
            Responding
                          1-E4)
                          The student will listen to a story and state orally what the
            Reading and
251130115                 story is about (PK-LL-R1) (PK-LL-R2) (PK-LL-L1) (ELA-1-         PK
            Responding
                          E5)
            Reading and   The student will answer simple questions about a story
251130116                                                                                 PK
            Responding    read aloud (PK-LL-S3) (PK-LL-R4) (ELA-1-E5)
                          The student will share related life experiences after
            Reading and
251130117                 stories are read aloud or silently (PK-LL-L1) (PL-LL-S1)       PK, K
            Responding
                          (ELA-1-E6)
                          The student will orally express thoughts about characters
            Reading and
251130118                 or events in a story (PK-LL-S1) (PK-LL-S2) (PKS-LL-R2)          PK
            Responding
                          (ELA-1-E6)
            Reading and   The student will sequence two to five pictures to illustrate
251130119                                                                                PK, K
            Responding    events in a story (PK-LL-R2) (ELA-7-E1)

            Reading and   The student will participate in a group discussion to
251130120                                                                                 PK
            Responding    predict what a book will be about (PK-LL-R2) (ELA-7-E1)

            Reading and   The student will determine whether the prediction was
251130121                                                                                 PK
            Responding    accurate (PK-LL-R2) (ELA-7-E1)
            Reading and   The student will identify problems and solutions in stories
251130122                                                                                PK, K
            Responding    that are read aloud (PK-LL-R2) (ELA-7-E2)
            Reading and   The student will identify reality and fantasy in texts read
251130123                                                                                 PK
            Responding    aloud (PF-LL-R1)
            Reading and   The student will determine why something happens in a
251130124                                                                                 PK
            Responding    story read aloud (PK-LL-R2)
            Reading and   The student will ask simple questions about a story read
251130125                                                                                 PK
            Responding    aloud (e.g., who, where) (PK-LL-S3) (ELA-7-E4)


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            Reading and
251130126                 The student will create rhyming words (ELA-1-E1)               K,1
            Responding
                          The student will demonstrate that a sequence of letters in
            Reading and   a word represents the sequence of sounds heard or
251130127                                                                                K
            Responding    spoken in that word by repeating or saying the sounds in
                          sequence heard or seen (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will identify when words begin with the same
251130128                                                                                K
            Responding    sound (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will listen to three sounds (phonemes) and
251130129                                                                                K
            Responding    recognize that two are the same (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will listen to and delete or add a beginning, a
251130130                                                                                K
            Responding    middle, or a final sound to a word (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will orally segment individual sounds
            Reading and
251130131                 (phonemes) in words that have two to five sounds (ELA-1-       K
            Responding
                          E1)
            Reading and   The student will isolate and say the beginning and final
251130132                                                                                K
            Responding    sounds (phonemes) of a spoken word (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will clap/tap to match each individual syllable
251130133                                                                                K
            Responding    of a spoken word (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will distinguish and name all uppercase and
251130134                                                                                K
            Responding    lowercase letters (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will identify own first and last name (ELA-1-
251130135                                                                                K
            Responding    E1)
            Reading and   The student will match each consonant or short vowel
251130136                                                                                K
            Responding    sound to the appropriate letter (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will decode simple one-syllable words (ELA-
251130137                                                                                K
            Responding    1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will recognize and understand words found
251130138                                                                                K
            Responding    in environmental print (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will read books with predictable, repetitive
251130139                                                                                K
            Responding    text and simple illustrations (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will identify that printed text is made up of
            Reading and
251130140                 sentences that begin with a capital letter and end with        K
            Responding
                          some type of punctuation (ELA-1-E2)
                          The student will identify periods, question marks, and
            Reading and
251130141                 exclamation marks and demonstrate knowledge that they          K
            Responding
                          are used at the end of a sentence (ELA-1-E2)
            Reading and   The student will isolate individual words in print (ELA-1-
251130142                                                                                K
            Responding    E2)
                          The student will identify basic story elements, including
            Reading and   simple plot sequences, setting, and simple character
251130143                                                                                K
            Responding    descriptions, in a favorite story using pictures and/or oral
                          responses (ELA-1-E4)




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                          The student will orally retell ideas and important facts in
            Reading and
251130144                 grade-appropriate texts read aloud by the teacher or read      K
            Responding
                          by the individual student (ELA-1-E5)
            Reading and   The student will answer questions about the important
251130145                                                                                K
            Responding    characters, setting, and events of a story (ELA-1-E5)
                          The student will respond to stories, legends, songs, and
            Reading and   other literature from diverse cultural and ethnic groups by
251130146                                                                                K
            Responding    participating in activities such as answering questions,
                          role-playing, and drawing (ELA-6-E1)
                          The student will identify whether the type of text read
            Reading and
251130147                 aloud is a true story, a fictional story, a song, or a poem    K
            Responding
                          (ELA-6-E2)
            Reading and   The student will make predictions using prior knowledge
251130148                                                                                K
            Responding    and pictures (ELA-7-E1)
            Reading and
251130149                 The student will draw conclusions from text (ELA-7-E1)         K
            Responding
                          The student will use pictures, prior knowledge, basic
            Reading and
251130150                 reasoning skills, and context clues to resolve questions       K,1
            Responding
                          (ELA-7-E1)
            Reading and   The student will describe the role of an author and an
251130151                                                                                K
            Responding    illustrator (ELA-7-E3)

                          The student will identify different emotions and feelings of
            Reading and
251130152                 authors by participating in activities such as role-playing,   K
            Responding
                          illustrating, and answering questions (ELA-7-7E3)

                          The student will ask questions that demonstrate
            Reading and   knowledge of character, setting, plot, and text type about
251130153                                                                                K,1
            Responding    texts read aloud or independently (e.g., what, why, how,
                          who, when, where) (ELA-7-E4)
                          The student will distinguish which words have the same
            Reading and
251130154                 target sounds (i.e., beginning, medial, and final) in a        1
            Responding
                          given set of spoken words (ELA-1-E1)

                          The student will distinguish long- and short-vowel sounds
            Reading and
251130155                 related to the same letter in one-syllable spoken words        1
            Responding
                          (e.g., the a is short in ran and long in make) (ELA-1-E1)

                          The student will segment single-syllable words with as
                          many as five sounds into separate sounds and blending
            Reading and
251130156                 as many as five sounds (phonemes) into single-syllable         1
            Responding
                          real or nonsense words, without looking at the word or
                          letters in print (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will add, delete, or substitute sounds
251130157                                                                                1,2
            Responding    (phonemes) to create new words (ELA-1-E1)




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                   A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - READING
                          The student will decode simple words using letter-sound
                          correspondence for consonants with a letter and with
            Reading and
251130158                 digraphs, vowels with a letter, diphthongs, consonant             1
            Responding
                          blends, r-controlled vowels, and long vowels with more
                          than one letter (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will read one- and two-syllable words with
            Reading and
251130159                 short- and long-vowel sounds spelled with common                  1
            Responding
                          spelling patterns (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will identify and read words from common
251130160                                                                                   1
            Responding    word families (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will recognize base words and their
            Reading and
251130161                 inflectional forms (e.g., suffixes, -s, -es, -ed, -ing, -est, -   1
            Responding
                          er) (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will read high-frequency, grade-appropriate
251130162                                                                                   1
            Responding    non-phonetic words with automaticity) (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will use pictures and context clues to confirm
251130163                                                                                   1
            Responding    meaning of unfamiliar words (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will identify grade-appropriate compound
251130164                                                                                   1
            Responding    words in print (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will identify grade-appropriate contractions
251130165                                                                                   1
            Responding    (e.g., isn't, can't, don't) (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will identify words in categories with shared
251130166                                                                                   1
            Responding    conceptual or definitional characteristics (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will give more than one definition for grade-
            Reading and
251130167                 appropriate words that have more than one meaning                 1
            Responding
                          (ELA-1-E2)
            Reading and   The student will identify the author and the illustrator of a
251130168                                                                                   1
            Responding    book (ELA-1-E2)
            Reading and   The student will identify that the first sentence of a
251130169                                                                                   1
            Responding    paragraph is indented (ELA-1-E2)
            Reading and   The student will identify table of contents in a book (ELA-
251130170                                                                                   1
            Responding    1-E3)
            Reading and   The student will demonstrate ability to read and follow
251130171                                                                                   1
            Responding    two-step written directions (ELA-1-E3)

                          The student will identify story elements (e.g., speaker or
            Reading and
251130172                 narrator, effects of setting on events and characters,            1
            Responding
                          characters, plot, and problems and solutions (ELA-1-E4)

            Reading and   The student will identify literary devices, including
251130173                                                                                   1
            Responding    dialogue (ELA-1-E4)
            Reading and   The student will retell a story's beginning, middle, and
251130174                                                                                   1
            Responding    end (ELA-1-E5)
            Reading and   The student will retell important facts from informational
251130175                                                                                   1
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            Reading and   The student will compare the similarities/differences
251130176                                                                                 1
            Responding    between events in a story and events in life (ELA-1-E6)

                          The student will identify themes in texts and relate
            Reading and
251130177                 themes to personal prior experience or experience of            1
            Responding
                          others (ELA-1-E6)
                          The student will demonstrate oral reading fluency of at
            Reading and
251130178                 least 40 words per minute in first-grade text with              1
            Responding
                          appropriate phrasing and intonation (ELA-1-E7)
                          The student will identify and compare/contrast cultural
            Reading and
251130179                 differences found in literature read aloud or individually      1,2
            Responding
                          through oral, written, and visual responses (ELA-6-E2)
            Reading and   The student will explain the difference between a fable
251130180                                                                                 1
            Responding    and a fairy tale (ELA-6-E2)
            Reading and   The student will distinguish between a poem, a fable, and
251130181                                                                                 1
            Responding    a fairy tale (ELA-6-E3)
            Reading and   The student will identify the main idea and some detail in
251130182                                                                                 1
            Responding    a text (ELA-7-E1)
                          The student will after finishing a story, discuss predictions
            Reading and
251130183                 made during reading to determine whether they were              1
            Responding
                          reasonable (ELA-7-E1)
            Reading and   The student will make simple inferences about
251130184                                                                                 1
            Responding    characters and events (ELA-7-E1)
                          The student will identify alternative or most appropriate
            Reading and
251130185                 solutions and consequences to a problem in texts (ELA-7-        1,2
            Responding
                          E2)
            Reading and   The student will identify an author's purpose for writing
251130186                                                                                 1
            Responding    (e.g., to entertain, to inform, to describe) (ELA-7-E3)
            Reading and   The student will identify and discuss the relationship
251130187                                                                                 1,2
            Responding    between causes and effects in stories (ELA-7-E4)
            Reading and   The student will tell differences between reality and
251130188                                                                                 1
            Responding    fantasy in texts (ELA-7-E4)
                          The student will identify unique letter-sound patterns,
            Reading and   including long and short vowels (e.g., ea for short e, as in
251130189                                                                                 2
            Responding    bread, and ought for long o, as in though) and
                          consonants (tch for /ch/, as in watch) (ELA-1-E1)

                          The student will demonstrate understanding of phonics
            Reading and   by isolating difficult part of words in order to correct a
251130190                                                                                 2
            Responding    mispronunciation or decode an unfamiliar printed word
                          (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of phonics
                          by differentiating short- and long-vowel sounds in words
            Reading and
251130191                 when those sounds are made with a broad variety of              2
            Responding
                          letter combinations and a variety of word families (e.g.,
                          ou, ow, ough, igh) (ELA-1-E1)




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                   A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - READING
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of phonics
            Reading and
251130192                 by reading regularly spelled words with as many as four       2
            Responding
                          syllables (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of phonics
            Reading and
251130193                 by using phonetic decoding strategies accurately and          2
            Responding
                          rapidly in unfamiliar words and text (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of phonics
            Reading and
251130194                 by using common affixes (prefixes and suffixes) to            2,3
            Responding
                          understand word meanings (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will identify and explain common synonyms,
251130195                                                                               2
            Responding    antonyms, and homonyms (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will use knowledge of base words to interpret
            Reading and
251130196                 meaning of unfamiliar words (e.g., heat/preheat) (ELA-1-      2
            Responding
                          E1)

                          The student will determine word meaning, pronunciation,
            Reading and
251130197                 and appropriate word choices using reference aids,            2,3
            Responding
                          including dictionaries and thesauruses (ELA-1-E1)

            Reading and   The student will identify the glossary and index in a book
251130198                                                                               2
            Responding    (ELA-1-E2)
                          The student will determine appropriate circumstances to
            Reading and
251130199                 use skimming and scanning to preview text and to find         2
            Responding
                          information (ELA-1-E3)
                          The student will identify literary and sound devices,
            Reading and
251130200                 including similes, idioms, personification, and rhythm in     2,3
            Responding
                          texts (ELA-1-E4)
            Reading and   The student will retell a story in sequence including main
251130201                                                                               2
            Responding    idea and important supporting details (ELA-1-E5)
                          The student will make statements about how previous
            Reading and
251130202                 reading and life experiences relate to information read in    2
            Responding
                          texts (ELA-1-E6)
                          The student will demonstrate oral reading fluency of at
            Reading and
251130203                 least 90 words per minute in second-grade text with           2
            Responding
                          appropriate intonation (ELA-1-E7)
                          The student will read texts, informational materials, and
            Reading and
251130204                 simple chapter books silently at independent reading          2,3
            Responding
                          level (ELA-1-E7)
                          The student will identify a variety of types of literature,
            Reading and
251130205                 including biography, autobiography, myth, legend, and         2,3
            Responding
                          the folktale, in oral and written responses (ELA-6-E2)
                          The student will distinguish between a variety of types of
            Reading and
251130206                 literature, including biography, autobiography, and plays     2
            Responding
                          (ELA-6-E3)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
            Reading and   information in texts using comparing and contrasting
251130207                                                                               2,3
            Responding    story elements, main points or ideas in informational texts
                          (e.g., character, setting, events) (ELA-7-E1)



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                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
            Reading and
251130208                 information in texts using predicting what will happen next   2,3
            Responding
                          in a story or a text (ELA-7-E1)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
            Reading and   information in texts using making simple inferences and
251130209                                                                               2,3,4
            Responding    drawing conclusions about information in texts (ELA-7-
                          E1)

                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
            Reading and   information in texts using self-monitoring consistently for
251130210                                                                                2
            Responding    comprehension using multiple strategies and self-
                          correcting as appropriate (ELA-7-E1)
            Reading and   The student will identify the author's viewpoint (i.e.,
251130211                                                                               2,3
            Responding    perspective) using information from a text (ELA-7-E3)
                          The student will apply basic reasoning skills by asking
            Reading and
251130212                 questions about texts read independently including why         2
            Responding
                          and how (ELA-7-E4)
                          The student will decode more complex words using
            Reading and
251130213                 knowledge of base words, root words, and common               3,4
            Responding
                          prefixes and suffixes (ELA-1-E1)

            Reading and   The student will decode similar words (e.g., supper vs.
251130214                                                                                3
            Responding    super) using knowledge of basic syllabication (ELA-1-E1)

            Reading and   The student will identify and explain words with multiple
251130215                                                                                3
            Responding    meanings using contextual clues (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will determine meanings of unfamiliar words
            Reading and
251130216                 using knowledge of common antonyms, synonyms,                  3
            Responding
                          homonyms, and homographs (ELA-1-E1)
            Reading and   The student will determine meanings of unfamiliar words
251130217                                                                                3
            Responding    using context clues (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will determine meanings of unfamiliar words
            Reading and
251130218                 using identification of base words and root words (ELA-1-      3
            Responding
                          E1)
            Reading and   The student will adjust speed of reading to accomplish a
251130219                                                                               3,4
            Responding    purpose based on text complexity (ELA-1-E3)
                          The student will identify story elements including:
            Reading and
251130220                 development of theme, multiple conflicts, and character       3,4
            Responding
                          traits, feelings, and motivation (ELA-1-E4)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding by
            Reading and   summarizing stories and information, including the main
251130221                                                                                3
            Responding    events or ideas and selected details from the text in oral
                          and written responses (ELA-1-E5)

                          The student will connect ideas, events, and information
            Reading and   identified in grade-appropriate texts to prior knowledge
251130222                                                                               3,4
            Responding    and life experiences in oral and written responses (ELA-1-
                          E6)




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                   A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - READING
                          The student will demonstrate oral reading fluency of at
            Reading and   least 110 words per minute in third-grade text with
251130223                                                                                 3
            Responding    appropriate pacing, intonation, and expression (ELA-1-
                          E7)
                          The student will read texts, chapter books, and
            Reading and
251130224                 informational materials silently at independent reading         3
            Responding
                          level (ELA-1-E7)
                          The student will compare and contrast story elements,
            Reading and   including setting, character, and events of two
251130225                                                                                 3
            Responding    multicultural texts in oral, written, and visual responses
                          (ELA-6-E1)
                          The student will identify and explain the defining
            Reading and
251130226                 characteristics of various types of literature, including the   3
            Responding
                          folktale (ELA-6-E3)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
                          information in grade-appropriate texts using a variety of
            Reading and
251130227                 strategies, including sequencing events and steps in a          3
            Responding
                          process, distinguishing between a main idea and
                          summary, and identifying main ideas (ELA-7-E1)
                          The student will explain and justify chosen solutions to
            Reading and
251130228                 problems in texts by verifying, confirming, and supporting      3,4
            Responding
                          (ELA-7-E2)
                          The student will identify an author's purpose for writing,
            Reading and
251130229                 including persuading, entertaining, informing, and              3
            Responding
                          expressing an opinion (ELA-7-E3)
            Reading and   The student will identify differences between fact and
251130230                                                                                 3
            Responding    opinion (ELA-7-E4)
            Reading and   The student will use skimming and scanning texts to
251130231                                                                                 3,4
            Responding    locate specific information (ELA-7-E4)
            Reading and   The student will identify multiple causes and/or effects in
251130232                                                                                 3,4
            Responding    texts and life situations (ELA-7-E4)
            Reading and   The student will raise questions to obtain clarification
251130233                                                                                 3
            Responding    and/or direct investigation (ELA-7-E4)
            Reading and   The student will explain connection between what is
251130234                                                                                 3,4
            Responding    learned to real-life situations (ELA-7-E4)
                          The student will determine the meaning of unfamiliar
            Reading and
251130235                 words using knowledge of word origins and inflections           4
            Responding
                          (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will determine word meanings, word choices,
            Reading and   and pronunciations using a broad variety of reference
251130236                                                                                 4
            Responding    aids such as dictionaries, thesauruses, synonym finders,
                          and reference software (ELA-1-E1)
                          The student will identify a variety of story elements,
            Reading and
251130237                 including: the impact of setting on character and first- and    4
            Responding
                          third-person points of view (ELA-1-E4)



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            Reading and   The student will identify literary devices, including
251130238                                                                                 4
            Responding    metaphor and hyperbole (ELA-1-E4)
                          The student will answer literal and inferential questions
            Reading and
251130239                 about ideas and information in grade-appropriate texts in       4
            Responding
                          oral and written responses (ELA-1-E5)
            Reading and   The student will increase oral and silent reading fluency
251130240                                                                                 4
            Responding    and accuracy with grade-appropriate texts (ELA-1-E7)
                          The student will demonstrate oral reading fluency of at
            Reading and   least 140 words per minute in fourth-grade text with
251130241                                                                                 4
            Responding    appropriate pacing, intonation, and expression (ELA-1-
                          E7)

                          The student will compare and contrast stories/takes from
            Reading and   different cultures and explain the influence of culture on
251130242                                                                                 4
            Responding    each tale in oral, written, and visual responses (ELA-6-
                          E1)
                          The student will identify a variety of types of literature,
            Reading and
251130243                 including poetry and short stories, in oral and written         4
            Responding
                          responses (ELA-6-E2)
                          The student will identify and explain the defining
            Reading and
251130244                 characteristics of various types of literature, including the   4
            Responding
                          myth and the legend (ELA-6-E3)
                          The student will explain how the setting impacts other
            Reading and
251130245                 story elements, including the characters' traits and            4
            Responding
                          actions (ELA-7-E1)
                          The student will use specific evidence from a story to
            Reading and
251130246                 describe a character's traits, actions, relationships, and/or   4
            Responding
                          motivations (ELA-7-E1)
            Reading and   The student will confirm or deny a prediction about
251130247                                                                                 4
            Responding    information in a text (ELA-7-E1)
            Reading and   The student will compare and contrast story elements, or
251130248                                                                                 4
            Responding    information within and across texts (ELA-7-E1)
            Reading and   The student will identify stated main ideas and supporting
251130249                                                                                 4
            Responding    details (ELA-7-E1)

            Reading and   The student will explain in oral or written responses how
251130250                                                                                 4
            Responding    an author's life and times are reflected in text (ELA-7-E3)

                          The student will explain how an author's purpose
            Reading and
251130251                 influences organization of a text, word choice, and             4
            Responding
                          sentence structure (ELA-7-E3)
            Reading and   The student will support differences between fact and
251130252                                                                                 4
            Responding    opinion with information from texts (ELA-7-E4)

            Reading and   The student will generate questions to guide examination
251130253                                                                                 4
            Responding    of topics in texts and real-life situations (ELA-7-E4)




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                   A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - READING
                          The student will identify word meanings using context
            Reading and
251130254                 clues (e.g., definition, restatement, example, contrast)         5,6
            Responding
                          (ELA-1-M1)
            Reading and   The student will identify word meanings using structural
251130255                                                                                  5,6
            Responding    analysis (e.g., base words, roots, affixes) (ELA-1-M1)
            Reading and   The student will identify word meanings using word
251130256                                                                                  5,6
            Responding    origins (etymology) (ELA-1-M1)
                          The student will identify word meanings using electronic
            Reading and
251130257                 and print dictionaries, thesauruses, and glossaries (ELA-         5
            Responding
                          1-M1)

            Reading and   The student will identify common abbreviations, symbols,
251130258                                                                                  5,6
            Responding    acronyms, and multiple-meaning words (ELA-1-M1)

            Reading and   The student will identify the meanings of idioms and
251130259                                                                                   5
            Responding    analogies (ELA-1-M1)
                          The student will develop specific vocabulary (e.g., for
            Reading and   reading scientific, geographical, historical, and
251130260                                                                                  5,6
            Responding    mathematical texts, as well as news and current events)
                          for various purposes (ELA-1-M1)

                          The student will identify and explain story elements,
            Reading and   including: theme development, character development,
251130261                                                                                 5,6,7,8
            Responding    relationship of word choice and mood, plot sequence
                          (ELA-1-M2)

                          The student will identify and explain literary devices in
            Reading and   texts, including how word choice and images appeal to
251130262                                                                                  5,6
            Responding    the senses and suggest mood, tone, and style,
                          foreshadowing, and flashback (ELA-1-M2)

                          The student will answer literal and inferential questions in
            Reading and   oral and written responses about ideas and information in
251130263                                                                                   5
            Responding    grade-appropriate texts, including: fiction, nonfiction,
                          poetry, and songs (ELA-1-M3)
                          The student will identify the connections between ideas
                          and information in texts (e.g., cartoons, poetry, fiction,
            Reading and
251130264                 instructional manuals, journals, technical specifications,       5,6
            Responding
                          advertisements) and real-life situations and other texts
                          (ELA-1-M4)
                          The student will identify customs, traditions, and
            Reading and
251130265                 viewpoints, found in national, world, and multicultural           5
            Responding
                          literature in oral and written responses (ELA-6-M1)
                          The student will compare and contrast elements (e.g.,
            Reading and
251130266                 plot, setting, characters, theme) in a variety of genres in     5,6,7,8
            Responding
                          oral and written responses (ELA-6-M2)
                          The student will use knowledge of the distinctive
            Reading and
251130267                 characteristics to classify and interpret elements of fiction     5
            Responding
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                   A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - READING
                          The student will use knowledge of the distinctive
            Reading and
251130268                 characteristics to classify and interpret elements of poetry   5,6,7,8
            Responding
                          and drama (ELA-6-M3)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
                          information by sequencing events and steps in a process,
            Reading and
251130269                 summarizing and paraphrasing information, and                  5,6,7
            Responding
                          identifying stated and implied main ideas and supporting
                          details for each (ELA-7-E1)
                          The student will demonstrate an understanding of
                          information by comparing and contrasting literary
            Reading and
251130270                 elements and ideas, making simple inferences and               5,6,7,8
            Responding
                          drawing conclusions, predicting the outcome of a story,
                          and identifying literary devices (ELA-7-M1)
                          The student will examine and explain the relationship
            Reading and
251130271                 between life experiences and texts to generate solutions       5,6,7,8
            Responding
                          to problems (ELA-7-M2)
                          The student will use technical information and other
            Reading and
251130272                 available resources (e.g., software programs, manuals,         5,6,7,8
            Responding
                          Websites, interviews) to solve problems (ELA-7-M2)
                          The student will explain an author's purpose for writing (
            Reading and
251130273                 e.g., to explain, entertain, persuade, inform, express          5,6
            Responding
                          personal attitudes or beliefs) (ELA-7-M3)
            Reading and   The student will explain how the author's viewpoint
251130274                                                                                  5
            Responding    (perspective, bias) is reflected in the text (ELA-7-M3)
                          The student will analyze texts using reasoning skills
            Reading and   including: identifying cause-effect relationships, raising
251130275                                                                                5,6,7,8
            Responding    questions, and thinking inductively and deductively (ELA-
                          7-M4)

                          The student will analyze texts using reasoning skills
            Reading and   including: generating a theory or hypothesis,
251130276                                                                                5,6,7,8
            Responding    skimming/scanning, and distinguishing facts from opinion
                          (ELA-7-M4)

            Reading and   The student will identify word meanings using knowledge
251130277                                                                                  6
            Responding    of idioms and explaining word analogies (ELA-1-M1)

            Reading and   The student will identify and explain onomatopoeia (ELA-
251130278                                                                                  6
            Responding    1-M2)
                          The student will answer literal and inferential questions
            Reading and
251130279                 about comic strips, editorial cartoons, and speeches             6
            Responding
                          (ELA-1-M3)
                          The student will compare and contrast cultural
            Reading and   characteristics (e.g. customs, traditions, viewpoints)
251130280                                                                                  6
            Responding    found in national, world, and multicultural literature (ELA-
                          6-M1)




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                   A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - READING
                          The student will use knowledge of distinctive
            Reading and
251130281                 characteristics to classify and interpret elements of fiction    6
            Responding
                          and nonfiction (ELA-6-M3)
                          The student will identify persuasive techniques (e.g.
            Reading and   unsupported inferences, faulty reasoning,
251130282                                                                                  6
            Responding    generalizations) that reflect an author's viewpoint (ELA-7-
                          M3)

                          The student will develop vocabulary using connotative
            Reading and
251130283                 and denotative meanings, Greek, Latin, and Anglo-Saxon           7,8
            Responding
                          base words, roots, affixes, and word parts (ELA-1-M1)

                          The student will explain story elements such as the
            Reading and
251130284                 revelation of character motivation through thoughts,             7,8
            Responding
                          words, and actions (ELA-1-M2)
                          The student will explain story elements including conflicts
            Reading and
251130285                 (e.g., man vs. man, nature, society, self) and their effect      7
            Responding
                          on plot (ELA-1-M2)
            Reading and   The student will explain story elements including effects
251130286                                                                                  7
            Responding    of first- and third-person points of view (ELA-1-M2)
            Reading and   The student will interpret literary devices, including:
251130287                                                                                  7
            Responding    symbolism, puns, and analogies (ELA-1-M2)

                          The student will draw conclusions and make inferences
            Reading and   in oral and written responses about ideas and information
251130288                                                                                  7
            Responding    in grade-appropriate texts, including: instructional
                          materials, essays, and dramas (ELA-1-M3)


                          The student will interpret ideas and information in
            Reading and   periodical articles, scientific reports, technical guidelines,
251130289                                                                                  7,8
            Responding    business memos, editorials, and lyrics, and make
                          connections to real-life situations and texts (ELA-1-M4)

                          The student will identify universal themes (e.g., search for
                          identity, love, friendship, family, courage, adversity) and
            Reading and
251130290                 cultural viewpoints found in national, world, and                7
            Responding
                          multicultural literature in oral and written responses (ELA-
                          6-M1)
                          The student will use knowledge of the distinctive
                          characteristics to classify and interpret elements of
            Reading and
251130291                 various genres, including: fiction (e.g., science fiction),      7
            Responding
                          nonfiction (e.g., essays), poetry (e.g., lyric), and drama
                          (e.g., short plays) (ELA-6-M3)
            Reading and   The student will explain the effects of an author's stated
251130292                                                                                  7,8
            Responding    purpose for writing (ELA-7-M3)
            Reading and   The student will identify an author's bias (objectivity) for,
251130293                                                                                  7
            Responding    against, or neutral toward an issue (ELA-7-M3)



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                   A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - READING
            Reading and   The student will interpret story elements, including stated
251130294                                                                                 8
            Responding    and implied themes (ELA-1-M2)
                          The student will interpret story elements, including
            Reading and
251130295                 development of character types (e.g., flat, round,              8
            Responding
                          dynamic, static) (ELA-1-M2)
                          The student will interpret story elements, including
            Reading and
251130296                 effectiveness of plot sequence and/or subplots (ELA-1-          8
            Responding
                          M2)
                          The student will interpret story elements, including the
            Reading and
251130297                 relationship of conflicts and multiple conflicts (e.g., man     8
            Responding
                          vs. man, nature, society, self) to plot (ELA-1-M2)
                          The student will interpret story elements, including
            Reading and
251130298                 difference in third-person limited and omniscient points of     8
            Responding
                          view (ELA-1-M2)

                          The student will interpret literary devices such as
                          allusions, understatement, how word choice and images
            Reading and
251130299                 appeal to the senses, the use of foreshadowing and              8
            Responding
                          flashback to direct plot development, the effects of
                          hyperbole and symbolism (ELA-1-M2)

                          The student will draw conclusions and make inferences
            Reading and   in print and non-print responses about ideas and
251130300                                                                                 8
            Responding    information in grade-appropriate texts, including: epics,
                          consumer materials, public documents (ELA-1-M3)
                          The student will analyze universal themes found in a
            Reading and
251130301                 variety of world and multicultural texts in oral and written    8
            Responding
                          responses (ELA-6-M1)
                          The student will use knowledge of the distinctive
            Reading and
251130302                 characteristics to classify and explain the significance of     8
            Responding
                          fiction and nonfiction (ELA-6-M3)

                          The student will demonstrate an understanding of
            Reading and
251130303                 information in grade-appropriate texts by sequencing            8
            Responding
                          events to examine and evaluate information (ELA-7-M1)

                          The student will demonstrate an understanding of
            Reading and   information in grade-appropriate texts by summarizing
251130304                                                                                 8
            Responding    and paraphrasing to examine and evaluate information
                          (ELA-7-M1)
                          The student will demonstrate an understanding of
            Reading and
251130305                 information in grade-appropriate texts by interpreting          8
            Responding
                          stated or implied main ideas (ELA-7-M1)
                          The student will extend basic and technical vocabulary
                          using a variety of strategies, including: use of context
            Reading and
251130306                 clues, use of knowledge of Greek and Latin roots and           9,10
            Responding
                          affixes, use of denotative and connotative meanings, and
                          tracing etymology (ELA-1-H1)




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                   A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - READING
                          The student will identify and explain story elements, using
            Reading and
251130307                 the author's use of direct and indirect characterization          9,10
            Responding
                          (ELA-1-H2)
                          The student will identify and explain story elements, using
            Reading and   the author's pacing of action and use of plot
251130308                                                                                   9,10
            Responding    development, subplots, parallel episodes, and climax to
                          impact the reader (ELA-1-H2)

                          The student will identify and explain story elements, using
            Reading and
251130309                 the revelation of character through dialect, dialogue,            9,10
            Responding
                          dramatic monologues, and soliloquies (ELA-1-H2)

                          The student will identify and explain the significance of
            Reading and   literary devices, including: mixed metaphors, imagery,
251130310                                                                                   9,10
            Responding    symbolism, flashback, foreshadowing, sarcasm/irony,
                          implied metaphors, and oxymoron (ELA-1-H2)
                          The student will draw conclusions and make inferences
                          in oral and written responses about nonfiction works,
            Reading and
251130311                 short stories, five-act plays, poetry/epics, film/visual texts, 9,10,11, 12
            Responding
                          consumer/instructional materials, public documents (ELA-
                          1-H3)

                          The student will explain ways in which ideas and
            Reading and   information in a variety of texts (e.g., scientific reports,
251130312                                                                                     9
            Responding    technical guidelines, business memos, literary texts)
                          connect to real-life situations and other texts (ELA-1-H4)

                          The student will compare/contrast cultural elements
            Reading and   including a group's history, perspectives, and language
251130313                                                                                   9,10
            Responding    found in multicultural texts in oral and written responses
                          (ELA-6-H 1)
                          The student will identify and explain connections between
            Reading and
251130314                 historical contexts and works of various authors (ELA-6-            9
            Responding
                          H2)
            Reading and   The student will identify and explain recurrent themes in
251130315                                                                                   9,10
            Responding    world literature (ELA-6-H2)
                          The student will analyze in oral and written responses
            Reading and
251130316                 distinctive elements of essays by early and modern                9,10
            Responding
                          writers (ELA-6-H3)
                          The student will analyze in oral and written responses
            Reading and
251130317                 distinctive elements of epic poetry such as The Odyssey             9
            Responding
                          (ELA-6-H3)
                          The student will analyze in oral and written responses
            Reading and
251130318                 distinctive elements of lyric and narrative poetry such as          9
            Responding
                          ballads and sonnets (ELA-6-H3)
                          The student will analyze in oral and written responses
            Reading and
251130319                 distinctive elements of drama, including ancient,                   9
            Responding
                          Renaissance, and modern (ELA-6-H3)


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                   A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - READING
                          The student will analyze in oral and written responses
            Reading and
251130320                 distinctive elements of short stories and novels (ELA-6-     9,10,11, 12
            Responding
                          H3)
                          The student will analyze in oral and written responses
            Reading and
251130321                 distinctive elements of biographies and autobiographies      9,10,11, 12
            Responding
                          (ELA-6-H3)
                          The student will identify and explain in oral and written
            Reading and
251130322                 responses ways in which essays, legends, and short              9,10
            Responding
                          stories reflect life experiences (ELA-6-H4)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
            Reading and
251130323                 information by summarizing and paraphrasing                     9,10
            Responding
                          information and story elements (ELA-7-H1)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
            Reading and   information by comparing and contrasting
251130324                                                                                 9,10
            Responding    information/literary elements in and across texts (ELA-7-
                          H1)

                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
            Reading and   information by examining the sequence of information
251130325                                                                                 9,10
            Responding    and procedures in order to critique the logic or
                          development of ideas in texts (ELA-7-H1)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
            Reading and
251130326                 information by making inferences, drawing conclusions,       9,10,11, 12
            Responding
                          making predictions, and generalizations (ELA-7-H1)
            Reading and   The student will solve problems using supporting
251130327                                                                                 9,10
            Responding    evidence to verify solutions (ELA-7-H2)
                          The student will solve problems by analyzing the
            Reading and
251130328                 relationships between prior knowledge and life                  9,10
            Responding
                          experiences and information in texts (ELA-7-H2)
                          The student will solve problems using technical
            Reading and
251130329                 information in specialized software programs, manuals,          9,10
            Responding
                          interviews, surveys, and Web sites (ELA-7-H2)
                          The student will identify and explain the impact of an
            Reading and
251130330                 author's life on themes and issues of a single text or           9
            Responding
                          multiple texts by the same author (ELA-7-H3)
                          The student will analyze information within and across
            Reading and   texts by identifying cause-effect relationships, raising
251130331                                                                              9,10,11, 12
            Responding    questions, and reasoning inductively and deductively
                          (ELA-7-H4)

                          The student will analyze information within and across
            Reading and   texts by generating a theory or hypothesis and
251130332                                                                              9,10,11, 12
            Responding    distinguishing facts from opinion and probability (ELA-7-
                          H4)
                          The student will analyze the significance within a context
            Reading and
251130333                 of irony, ambiguity, contradiction, allegory, tone, dead         10
            Responding
                          metaphor, personification (ELA-1-H2)




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                   A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - READING
                          The student will draw conclusion and make inferences
            Reading and
251130334                 about ideas and information in short stories/novels (ELA-        10
            Responding
                          1-H3)
                          The student will analyze ways in which ideas and
            Reading and   information in texts in a variety of sources connect to real
251130335                                                                                  10
            Responding    life situations and other texts or represent a view or
                          comment on life (ELA-1-H4)
            Reading and   The student will analyze connections between historical
251130336                                                                                  10
            Responding    contexts and the work of authors (ELA-6-H2)
                          The student will analyze distinctive elements, including
            Reading and
251130337                 theme and structure, of lyric, narrative, and dramatic         10,11,12
            Responding
                          poetry, drama, speeches (ELA-6-H3)
                          The student will use knowledge of author's background,
            Reading and   culture, and philosophical assumptions to analyze the
251130338                                                                                  10
            Responding    relationship of his/her works to the themes and issues of
                          their historical period (ELA-7-H3)
                          The student will evaluate the effects of an author's life in
            Reading and
251130339                 order to interpret universal themes and messages across          10
            Responding
                          different works by the same author (ELA-7-H3)
                          The student will extend basic and technical vocabulary
            Reading and   using a variety of strategies, including: analysis of
251130340                                                                                 11,12
            Responding    author's word choice, use of related forms of words, and
                          analysis of analogous statements (ELA-1-H1)
                          The student will analyze the significance of apostrophes,
            Reading and
251130341                 rhetorical questions, metaphysical conceits, implicit           11,12
            Responding
                          metaphors (ELA-1-H2)
                          The student will draw conclusions and make inferences
            Reading and
251130342                 about ideas and information in drama/poetry and                 11,12
            Responding
                          debates/speeches (ELA-1-H3)
                          The student will evaluate ways in which the main idea,
            Reading and
251130343                 rationale or thesis, and information in complex texts           11,12
            Responding
                          represent a view or comment on life (ELA-1-H4)
                          The student will analyze and critique the impact of
            Reading and   historical periods, diverse ethnic groups, and major
251130344                                                                                 11,12
            Responding    influences on world literature in oral and written
                          responses (ELA-6-H2)

                          The student will analyze and explain the significance of
            Reading and   literary forms, techniques, characteristics, and recurrent
251130345                                                                                 11,12
            Responding    themes of major literary periods in world literature (ELA-6-
                          H2)

                          The student will analyze and synthesize in oral and
            Reading and
251130346                 written responses distinctive elements in essays and            11,12
            Responding
                          memoirs by early and modern essay writers (ELA-6-H3)




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                   A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - READING
                          The student will analyze and synthesize in oral and
            Reading and
251130347                 written responses distinctive elements in epic poetry such    11,12
            Responding
                          as Beowulf (ELA-6-H3)
                          The student will analyze and synthesize in oral and
            Reading and
251130348                 written responses distinctive elements in forms of lyric      11,12
            Responding
                          and narrative poetry (ELA-6-H3)
                          The student will analyze and synthesize in oral and
            Reading and
251130349                 written responses distinctive elements in drama (ELA-6-       11,12
            Responding
                          H3)
                          The student will analyze the ways in which an
            Reading and
251130350                 autobiography/diary gives insight into a particular time      11,12
            Responding
                          and place (ELA-6-H4)
            Reading and   The student will analyze the ways in which the pastoral
251130351                                                                               11,12
            Responding    idealizes life in the country (ELA-6-H4)
            Reading and   The student will analyze the ways in which the parody
251130352                                                                               11,12
            Responding    mocks people and institutions (ELA-6-H4)
                          The student will analyze the ways in which an allegory
            Reading and
251130353                 uses fictional figures to express truths about human          11,12
            Responding
                          experiences (ELA-6-H4)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
            Reading and
251130354                 information in literature by interpreting and evaluating      11,12
            Responding
                          presentation of events and information (ELA-7-H1)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
            Reading and
251130355                 information in literature by evaluating credibility of        11,12
            Responding
                          arguments in nonfiction works (ELA-7-H1)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
            Reading and   information in literature by evaluating the author's use of
251130356                                                                               11,12
            Responding    complex literary elements (e.g. symbolism,
                          characterization) (ELA-7-H1)

                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
            Reading and   information in literature by comparing and contrasting
251130357                                                                               11,12
            Responding    major periods, themes, styles, and trends within and
                          across texts (ELA-7-H1)
                          The student will demonstrate understanding of
            Reading and
251130358                 information in literature by critiquing the strengths and     11,12
            Responding
                          weaknesses of ideas and information (ELA-7-H1)
            Reading and   The student will demonstrate understanding of
251130359                                                                               11,12
            Responding    information in literature by synthesizing (ELA-7-H1)
                          The student will identify, gather, and evaluate appropriate
            Reading and   sources and information to solve problems using school
251130360                                                                               11,12
            Responding    library catalogs, online databases, electronic and Internet
                          based resources (ELA-7-H2)
            Reading and   The student will analyze and evaluate the philosophical
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                          The student will analyze and evaluate various literature in
            Reading and
251130362                 terms of an author's life, culture, and philosophical         11,12
            Responding
                          assumptions (ELA-7-H3)
            Reading and
251130363                 Insert Reading Objective Here
            Responding
            Reading and
251130364                 Insert Reading Objective Here
            Responding
            Reading and
251130365                 Insert Reading Objective Here
            Responding
            Reading and
251130366                 Insert Reading Objective Here
            Responding
            Reading and
251130367                 Insert Reading Objective Here
            Responding
            Reading and
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            Responding




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GOALS
                         The student will increase his/her science skills in the areas of inquiry,
             Alternate
271205000                physical science, life science, earth and space science, and science
            Assessment
                         and the environment.
                         The student will participate in science by engaging in partial and full
             Alternate
271205001                inquiries that are within their developmental capabilities at a __ grade
            Assessment
                         level.
                         The student will demonstrate an understanding of the characteristics
             Alternate
271205002                and interrelationships of matter and energy in the physical world at a __
            Assessment
                         grade level.
                         The student will describe the characteristics and life cycles of
             Alternate
271205003                organisms and their relationships to each other and to their
            Assessment
                         environment at a __ grade level.
                         The student will demonstrate an understanding of the properties of
             Alternate
271205004                Earth materials, the structure of the Earth's system, the Earth's history,
            Assessment
                         and the Earth's place in the universe at a __ grade level.
                         In learning environmental science, student will demonstrate an
             Alternate
271205005                appreciation of the natural environment, the importance of
            Assessment
                         environmental quality, and a sense of stewardship.
                         The student will attend to personal health, demonstrate an
             Alternate   understanding of cause/effect, follow safety procedures, and
271205006
            Assessment   demonstrate an appreciation and understanding of the environment. (S
                         1,2)

                         The student will attend to personal health, demonstrate an
             Alternate   understanding of cause/effect, follow safety procedures, and
271205007
            Assessment   demonstrate an appreciation and understanding of the environment. (S
                         1,2)
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate how personal choices and actions affect
271205008
            Assessment   the natural environment and its resources. (S3)
                         The student will participate in activities related to the study of plants,
             Alternate
271205009                animals, organisms, and/or the human body and understand their
            Assessment
                         relationship to earth and their environment. (S5)
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate how personal choices and actions affect
271205010
            Assessment   the natural environment and its resources. (S3)
                         The student will participate in activities related to the study of plants,
             Alternate
271205011                animals, organisms, and/or the human body and understand their
            Assessment
                         relationship to earth and their environment. (S5)
            Science as   The student will improve science skills by engaging in partial and full
271205012
              Inquiry    inquiries that are within the student's developmental range
                         The student will increase science skills in the areas of Inquiry and
            Science as
271205013                Experimentation using the ___ grade curriculum while maintaining a
              Inquiry
                         passing grade
            Science as   The student will improve skills in scientific inquiry from a ___ level to a
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                            The student will increase his/her science skills from a ___ level to a ___
              General
271205015                   level in the areas of scientific inquiry, physical science, life science,
              Science
                            earth and space science and environmental science
              General
271205016                   Insert Science Goal Here
              Science
                            The student will increase science skills in the area of Earth Science
271205017   Earth Science
                            using the ___ grade curriculum while maintaining a passing grade
                            The student will improve understanding of the properties of earth
              Earth and
271205018                   materials, the structure of the Earth system, the Earth's history, and the
               Space
                            Earth's place in the universe
                            The student will increase science skills in the area of Earth and Space
              Earth and
271205019                   Science using the ___ grade curriculum while maintaining a passing
               Space
                            grade
                            The student will increase science skills from a ___ level to a ___ level
              Earth and     by studying the properties of earth materials, the structure of the Earth's
271205020
               Space        system, the Earth's history, and the Earth's place in the universe using
                            the _ grade curriculum
                            The student will demonstrate an appreciation of the natural
271205021   Environmental   environment, importance of environmental quality, and sense of
                            stewardship
                            The student will recognize how our personal, professional, and political
271205022   Environmental
                            actions affect the natural world
                            The student will increase science skills in the area of Environmental
271205023   Environmental   Science using the ___ grade curriculum while maintaining a passing
                            grade

                            The student will increase science skills from a ___ level to a ___ level
271205024   Environmental   by investigating the effects of personal, professional, and political
                            actions on the natural environment using the ___ grade curriculum

                            The student will improve life science skills by becoming aware of the
271205025        Life       characteristics and life cycles of organisms and understanding the
                            relationships to each other and their environment
                            The student will increase science skills in the area of Life Science using
271205026        Life
                            the ___ grade curriculum while maintaining a passing grade
                            The student will increase skills in describing simple and complex
271205027        Life       biological processes and systems related to Life Science from a __
                            level to a ___ level using the ___ grade curriculum
                            The student will increase science skills in the area of Biology using the
271205028    Life-Biology
                            ___ grade curriculum while maintaining a passing grade
                            The student will improve understanding of the characteristics and
              Physical
271205029                   interrelationships of matter and energy in the physical world at a ___
              Science
                            grade level
              Physical      The student will increase skills in the area of Physical Science using the
271205030
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                          The student will increase skills from a ___ level to a ___ in physical
              Physical    science by scientifically investigating the characteristics and
 271205031
              Science     interrelationships of matter and energy in the physical world using the
                          __ grade curriculum
                          The student will increase skills in the area of Chemistry using the ___
 271205032   Chemistry
                          grade curriculum while maintaining a passing grade
                          The student will increase skills in the area of Physics using the ___
 271205033    Physics
                          grade curriculum while maintaining a passing grade
OBJECTIVES
              Alternate
 271205101                The student will feed self finger foods.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 271205102                The student will dispose of food/tray appropriately.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 271205103                The student will get tray and appropriate utensils.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 271205104                The student will open packages.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 271205105                The student will cut food appropriately.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 271205106                The student will bring utensil to mouth with minimal spillage.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 271205107                The student will pierce food with a fork.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 271205108                The student will use appropriate manners while eating.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 271205109                The student will grasp a utensil.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 271205110                The student will pick up/return the cup to the table with minimal spillage.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 271205111                The student will grasp cup and drink with minimal spillage.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 271205112                The student will close lips around spoon to remove food from utensil.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 271205113                The student will relax and maintain appropriate positioning for feeding.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 271205114                The student will scoop food onto spoon.
             Assessment
              Alternate   The student will identify differences in environmental conditions
 271205115
             Assessment   (hot/cold, dirty/clean, etc.).
              Alternate   The student will tolerate and chew a variety of textures (blended, semi-
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             Alternate
271205117                The student will identify healthy foods.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will select appropriate clothing for
271205118
            Assessment   climate/weather/activities.
             Alternate
271205119                The student will respond to environmental stimuli.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205120                The student will identify/demonstrate calling 911.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205121                The student will identify/demonstrate the avoidance of strangers.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205122                The student will identify/demonstrate the avoidance of safety hazards.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205123                The student will identify/demonstrate the appropriate use of crosswalks.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will identify/demonstrate the appropriate release of
271205124
            Assessment   personal information.
             Alternate   The student will use the following tools/equipment/appliances safely:
271205125
            Assessment   (list)
                         The student will identify/demonstrate safe handling of the following
             Alternate
271205126                potentially dangerous household products (e.g., cleaning solutions,
            Assessment
                         insecticide, paint).
             Alternate
271205127                The student will plan a nutritionally balanced meal.
            Assessment
                         The student will perform the following steps of the toileting routine:
             Alternate   fasten/unfasten clothing, pull down/pull up clothes, use toilet
271205128
            Assessment   appropriately, clean self, dispose of tissue, turn on/off water, wash
                         hands with soap, rinse hands, get towel to dry off hands.
             Alternate
271205129                The student will participate in a scheduled toileting routine.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205130                The student will participate in the diapering process.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205131                The student will indicate need for changing/toileting.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will pour liquid from a pitcher into a cup with minimal
271205132
            Assessment   spillage.
                         The student will recognize/perform personal hygiene activities: wash
             Alternate
271205133                hands, wash hair, take a bath, use deodorant, use Kleenex, brush hair,
            Assessment
                         use feminine products, medication.
             Alternate
271205134                The student will choose/identify healthy snacks.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205135                The student will relax and maintain appropriate positioning for feeding.
            Assessment




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             Alternate
271205136                The student will open mouth and turn head to receive food/liquids.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205137                The student will close lips around spoon to remove food from utensil.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205138                The student will drink from a cup.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205139                The student will suck and swallow liquids from a straw.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205140                The student will grasp cup and drink with minimal spillage.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will tolerate and swallow a variety of textures (smooth,
271205141
            Assessment   grainy, etc.).
             Alternate   The student will tolerate and chew a variety of textures (blended, semi-
271205142
            Assessment   solid).
             Alternate   The student will tolerate and swallow a variety of flavors (fruit/meat,
271205143
            Assessment   sweet/sour, etc.).
             Alternate   The student will tolerate and chew a variety of flavors (fruit/meat,
271205144
            Assessment   sweet/sour, etc.).
             Alternate
271205145                The student will feed self finger foods.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205146                The student will grasp a utensil.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205147                The student will scoop food with a spoon.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205148                The student will pierce food with a fork.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205149                The student will bring utensil to mouth with minimal spillage.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205150                The student will cut food appropriately.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205151                The student will use appropriate manners while eating.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205152                The student will use a napkin appropriately as needed.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205153                The student will open packages.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205154                The student will get tray and appropriate utensils.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205155                The student will dispose of food/tray properly.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205156                The student will identify healthy food.
            Assessment




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             Alternate
271205157                The student will plan a nutritionally balanced meal.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205158                The student will pour liquid from a container into a cup.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205159                The student will use a spoon to stir/mix liquid and/or dry goods.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will prepare simple dishes (kool-aide, pudding, peanut
271205160
            Assessment   butter sandwich, etc.).
             Alternate   The student will follow a picture recipe to prepare simple dishes (kool-
271205161
            Assessment   aide, pudding, peanut butter sandwich, etc.).
             Alternate
271205162                The student will indicate need for changing.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205163                The student will relax and maintain appropriate position for changing.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205164                The student will participate in changing process by _____.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will relax and maintain appropriate position for
271205165
            Assessment   catheterization.
             Alternate   The student will participate in the catheterization process by
271205166
            Assessment   _________.
             Alternate
271205167                The student will comply with toileting schedule.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205168                The student will indicate need for toileting.
            Assessment
                         The student will perform the following steps of the toileting routine:
             Alternate
271205169                fasten/unfasten clothing, pull down/up clothing and underclothes, use
            Assessment
                         toilet appropriately, clean self, dispose of tissue, flush toilet.
             Alternate   The student will perform all steps of the toileting routine at scheduled
271205170
            Assessment   times and as needed to remain clean and dry throughout the day.
             Alternate   The student will change/dispose of feminine hygiene products
271205171
            Assessment   appropriately.
                         The student will perform the following steps to wash hands: turn water
             Alternate
271205172                on/off, get soap, wash hands, rinse hands, dry hands, dispose of towel
            Assessment
                         appropriately.
             Alternate
271205173                The student will, upon request, wash hands.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205174                The student will wash hands as needed.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205175                The student will, upon request, clean face.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205176                The student will clean face as needed.
            Assessment




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             Alternate
271205177                The student will, upon request, use a tissue to wipe/blow his/her nose.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205178                The student will use a tissue to wipe/blow his/her nose as needed.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205179                The student will, upon request, brush/comb hair.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will brush/comb hair as needed to maintain a neat
271205180
            Assessment   appearance.
                         The student will perform the following steps to brush teeth: get
             Alternate   toothbrush/toothpaste, put toothpaste on toothbrush, turn water on, wet
271205181
            Assessment   brush, brush, rinse mouth, rinse toothbrush, turn water off, dry face, put
                         away toothbrush/toothpaste.
             Alternate
271205182                The student will brush teeth.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205183                The student will, upon request, take medication without resistance.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205184                The student will perform basic hygiene tasks upon request.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will recognize the need for and perform basic hygiene
271205185
            Assessment   tasks.
             Alternate   The student will use the following tools/equipment/appliances safely:
271205186
            Assessment   _________.
                         The student will identify and demonstrate safe handling of the following
             Alternate
271205187                potentially dangerous household products: _________ (ex: cleaning
            Assessment
                         solutions, insecticide, paint).
             Alternate
271205188                The student will respond to environmental stimuli.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will identify differences in environmental conditions
271205189
            Assessment   (hot/cold, dirty/clean, etc.).
             Alternate   The student will identify and respond appropriately to differences in
271205190
            Assessment   environmental conditions (hot/cold, dirty/clean, etc.).
             Alternate   The student will select appropriate clothing for
271205191
            Assessment   climate/weather/activities.
             Alternate   The student will put on/take off jacket as needed in response to
271205192
            Assessment   changing temperature.
             Alternate
271205193                The student will identify/demonstrate calling 911.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205194                The student will identify/demonstrate the avoidance of strangers.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205195                The student will identify/demonstrate the avoidance of safety hazards.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205196                The student will identify/demonstrate the appropriate use of crosswalks.
            Assessment



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             Alternate   The student will identify/demonstrate the appropriate release of
271205197
            Assessment   personal information.
             Alternate
271205198                The student will dispose of trash properly.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205199                The student will sort materials for recycling.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205200                The student will identify basic needs of animals (food, water, shelter).
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205201                The student will identify basic needs of plants (sunlight, water).
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205202                The student will participate in caring for classroom pets by _______.
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205203                The student will participate in caring for plants by _______.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will participate in a class gardening project by preparing the
271205204
            Assessment   soil/pot, planting the seeds, watering, weeding, and harvesting.
             Alternate   The student will use an adaptive switch to activate a device for leisure
271205205
            Assessment   activities.
             Alternate   The student will use an adaptive switch to turn a device on/off for
271205206
            Assessment   leisure activities.
             Alternate   The student will use an adaptive switch to activate a device for
271205207
            Assessment   functional activities.
             Alternate   The student will use an adaptive switch to turn a device on/off for
271205208
            Assessment   functional activities.
             Alternate   The student will use an adaptive switch to activate a device for
271205209
            Assessment   cause/effect.
             Alternate   The student will use an adaptive switch to turn a device on/off for
271205210
            Assessment   cause/effect.
             Alternate   The student will use an adaptive switch to activate a computer program
271205211
            Assessment   for cause/effect.
             Alternate   The student will use an adaptive switch to activate a device using
271205212
            Assessment   simple scanning.
             Alternate   The student will use an adaptive switch to activate a computer program
271205213
            Assessment   using simple scanning.
             Alternate   The student will use an adaptive switch to activate a device using
271205214
            Assessment   complex scanning.
             Alternate   The student will use an adaptive switch to activate a computer program
271205215
            Assessment   using complex scanning.
             Alternate   The student will use an adaptive device to control cursor movement to
271205216
            Assessment   operate computer programs or utilize Internet resources.
             Alternate
271205217                The student will list activities for home safety. (S5)
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             Alternate
271205218                The student will sort laundry to be washed. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205219                The student will use iron to press clothes as needed. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will identify and organize needed ingredients and utensils.
271205220
            Assessment   (S5)
             Alternate   The student will indicate satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the
271205221
            Assessment   temperature. (S5)
             Alternate   The student will identify ways to conserve energy in the environment.
271205222
            Assessment   (S5)
             Alternate
271205223                The student will perform hair care routines habitually. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205224                The student will choose clothes that are clean, neat, and in repair. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205225                The student will sort, match, fold, store dry clothes. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205226                The student will set a table for four. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205227                The student will wash dishes by hand. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205228                The student will demonstrate appropriate care of plants. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205229                The student will dress appropriately for school/job/community site. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will safely operate appliances with the use of actual
271205230
            Assessment   appliances. (S5)
             Alternate
271205231                The student will dispose of trash in appropriate manner. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205232                The student will turn off light/water after use. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205233                The student will safely handle household products. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will follow safety procedures when using electric
271205234
            Assessment   appliances. (S5)
             Alternate
271205235                The student will perform simple first aid on self. (S3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205236                The student will participate in health/fitness program. (S3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205237                The student will tolerate food and nutritional supplements. (S3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205238                The student will plan a nutritionally balanced meal. (S3)
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             Alternate
271205239                The student will recognize gender differences. (S3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205240                The student will choose healthy snacks. (S3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205241                The student will indicate need for diapering/toileting. (S3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205242                The student will perform personal hygiene activities. (S3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205243                The student will demonstrate appropriate care of plants. (S3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205244                The student will maintain special diets as prescribed. (S3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205245                The student will follow recipe to prepare food items. (S3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205246                The student will plan balanced meals. (S3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205247                The student will care for personal hygiene needs. (S3)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate awareness of communicative diseases,
271205248
            Assessment   body awareness, cause/effect. (S3)
             Alternate
271205249                The student will list activities for home safety. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205250                The student will sort laundry to be washed. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205251                The student will use iron to press clothes as needed. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will identify and organize needed ingredients and utensils.
271205252
            Assessment   (S5)
             Alternate   The student will indicate satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the
271205253
            Assessment   temperature. (S5)
             Alternate   The student will identify ways to conserve energy in the environment.
271205254
            Assessment   (S5)
             Alternate
271205255                The student will perform hair care routines habitually. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205256                The student will choose clothes that are clean, neat, and in repair. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205257                The student will sort, match, fold, store dry clothes. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205258                The student will set a table for four. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205259                The student will wash dishes by hand. (S5)
            Assessment




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             Alternate
271205260                The student will demonstrate appropriate care of plants. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205261                The student will dress appropriately for school/job/community site. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will safely operate appliances with the use of actual
271205262
            Assessment   appliances. (S5)
             Alternate
271205263                The student will dispose of trash in appropriate manner. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205264                The student will turn off light/water after use. (S5)
            Assessment
             Alternate
271205265                The student will safely handle household products. (S5)
            Assessment




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OBJECTIVES
                          The student will ask questions about objects and events
             Science as
 271205266                in the environment (e.g., plants, rocks, storms) (PK-CS- PK,K,1,2,3,4
               Inquiry
                          I1) (SI-E-A1)
                          The student will pose questions that can be answered by
             Science as
 271205267                using students’ own observations and scientific            PK,K,1
               Inquiry
                          knowledge (PK-CS-I1) (SI-E-A1)
             Science as   The student will use the five senses to describe
 271205268                                                                            PK,K,1,2,3,4
               Inquiry    observations (PK-CS-P3) (SI-E-A3)
                          The student will select and use developmentally
             Science as   appropriate equipment and tools and units of
 271205269                                                                        PK,K,1,2,3,4
               Inquiry    measurement to observe and collect data (PK-CS-I4) (SI-
                          E-A4)

                          The student will express data in a variety of ways by
             Science as   constructing illustrations, graphs, charts, tables, concept
 271205270                                                                            PK,K,1,2,3,4
               Inquiry    maps, and oral and written explanations as appropriate
                          (PK-CS-I5)(SI-E-A5)(SI-E-B4)
                          The student will use a variety of appropriate formats to
                          describe procedures and to express ideas about
             Science as
 271205271                demonstrations or experiments (e.g., drawings, journals, PK,K,1,2,3,4
               Inquiry
                          reports, presentations, exhibitions, portfolios) (PK-CS-I5)
                          (SI-E-A6)
                          The student will identify and use appropriate safety
             Science as   procedures and equipment when conducting
 271205272                                                                            PK,K,1,2,3,4
               Inquiry    investigations (e.g., gloves, goggles, hair ties) (PK-CS-
                          I4) (SI-E-A7)

                          The student will recognize that a variety of tools can be
             Science as   used to examine objects at different degrees of
 271205273                                                                            PK,K,1,2,3,4
               Inquiry    magnification (e.g., hand lens, microscope) (PK-CS-I4)
                          (SI-E-B3)
             Science as   The student will predict and anticipate possible
 271205274                                                                             K,1,2,3,4
               Inquiry    outcomes (SI-E-A2)
                          The student will measure and record length and
             Science as
 271205275                temperature in both metric system and U.S. system units        K,1,2
               Inquiry
                          (SI-E-A4)
                          The student will use a variety of methods and materials
             Science as
 271205276                and multiple trials to investigate ideas (observe,            1,2,3,4
               Inquiry
                          measure, accurately record data) (SI-E-A2)
             Science as   The student will explain and give examples of how
 271205277                                                                              1,2,3,4
               Inquiry    scientific discoveries have affected society (SI-E-B6)

                          The student will pose questions that can be answered by
             Science as
 271205278                using students’ own observations, scientific knowledge,        2,3,4
               Inquiry
                          and testable scientific investigations (SI-E-A1)




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                         The student will use observations to design and conduct
            Science as
271205279                simple investigations or experiments to answer testable       2,3,4
              Inquiry
                         questions (SI-E-A2)
                         The student will measure and record length,
            Science as
271205280                temperature, mass, volume, and area in both metric            2,3,4
              Inquiry
                         system and U.S. system units (SI-E-A4)
                         The student will combine information, data, and
            Science as   knowledge from one or more of the science content
271205281                                                                               3,4
              Inquiry    areas to reach a conclusion or make a prediction (SI-E-
                         A5)
            Science as   The student will identify questions that need to be
271205282                                                                               3,4
              Inquiry    explained through further inquiry (SI-E-B1)
            Science as   The student will distinguish between what is known and
271205283                                                                               3,4
              Inquiry    what is unknown in scientific investigations (SI-E-B1)
                         The student will describe procedures and communicate
            Science as
271205284                data in a manner that allows others to understand and          3,4
              Inquiry
                         repeat an investigation or experiment (SI-E-B5)
            Science as   The student will identify variables to ensure that only one
271205285                                                                                4
              Inquiry    experimental variable is tested at a time (SI-E-A2)
            Science as   The student will select the best experimental design to
271205286                                                                                4
              Inquiry    answer a given testable question (SI-E-B2)
                         The student will base explanations and logical inferences
            Science as
271205287                on scientific knowledge, observations, and scientific           4
              Inquiry
                         evidence (SI-E-B4)
            Science as   The student will determine whether further investigations
271205288                                                                                4
              Inquiry    are needed to draw valid conclusions (SI-E-B6)
                         The student will use evidence from previous
            Science as
271205289                investigations to ask additional questions and to initiate      4
              Inquiry
                         further explorations (SI-E-B6)
                         The student will generate testable questions about
            Science as
271205290                objects, organisms, and events that can be answered           5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         through scientific investigation (SI-M-A1)
                         The student will identify problems, factors, and questions
            Science as
271205291                that must be considered in a scientific investigation(SI-M-   5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         A1)
            Science as   The student will use a variety of sources to answer
271205292                                                                              5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    questions (SI-M-A1)
            Science as   The student will design, predict outcomes, and conduct
271205293                                                                              5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    experiments to answer guiding questions (SI-M-A2)
                         The student will identify independent variables,
            Science as
271205294                dependent variables, and variables that should be             5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         controlled in designing an experiment (SI-M-A2)
                         The student will select and use appropriate equipment,
            Science as
271205295                technology, tools, and metric system units of                 5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         measurement to make observations (SI-M-A3)




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              A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                         The student will record observations using methods that
            Science as
271205296                complement investigations (e.g., journals, tables, charts)     5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         (SI-M-A3)
            Science as   The student will use consistency and precision in data
271205297                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    collection, analysis, and reporting (SI-M-A3)
            Science as   The student will use computers and/or calculators to
271205298                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    analyze and interpret quantitative data (SI-M-A3)
            Science as   The student will identify the difference between
271205299                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    description and explanation (SI-M-A4)
                         The student will construct, use, and interpret appropriate
            Science as   graphical representations to collect, record, and report
271205300                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    data (e.g., tables, charts, circle graphs, bar and line
                         graphs, diagrams, scatter plots, symbols)(SI-M-A4)
            Science as   The student will use data and information gathered to
271205301                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    develop an explanation of experimental results (SI-M-A4)
            Science as   The student will identify patterns in data to explain
271205302                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    natural events (SI-M-A4)
            Science as   The student will develop models to illustrate or explain
271205303                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    conclusions reached through investigation (SI-M-A5)
            Science as   The student will identify and explain the limitations of
271205304                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    models used to represent the natural world (SI-M-A5)
            Science as   The student will use evidence to make inferences and
271205305                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    predict trends (SI-M-A5)
                         The student will recognize that there may be more than
            Science as   one way to interpret a given set of data, which can result
271205306                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    in alternative scientific explanations and predictions (SI-
                         M-A6)
                         The student will identify faulty reasoning and statements
            Science as
271205307                that misinterpret or are not supported by the evidence (SI-    5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         M-A6)
                         The student will communicate ideas in a variety of ways
            Science as   (e.g., symbols, illustrations, graphs, charts,
271205308                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    spreadsheets, concept maps, oral and written reports,
                         equations) (SI-M-A7)
                         The student will write clear, step-by-step instructions that
            Science as
271205309                others can follow to carry out procedures or conduct           5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         investigations (SI-M-A7)
            Science as   The student will distinguish between observations and
271205310                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    inferences (SI-M-A7)
                         The student will use evidence and observations to
            Science as
271205311                explain and communicate the results of investigations (SI-     5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         M-A7)
            Science as   The student will use relevant safety procedures and
271205312                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    equipment to conduct scientific investigations (SI-M-A8)



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                         The student will provide appropriate care and utilize safe
            Science as   practices and ethical treatment when animals are
271205313                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    involved in scientific field and laboratory research (SI-M-
                         A8)
            Science as   The student will compare and critique scientific
271205314                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    investigations (SI-M-B1)
                         The student will use and describe alternate methods for
            Science as
271205315                investigating different types of testable questions (SI-M-     5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         B1)
                         The student will recognize that science uses processes
            Science as
271205316                that involve a logical and empirical, but flexible, approach   5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         to problem solving (SI-M-B1)
            Science as   The student will recognize that investigations generally
271205317                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    begin with a review of the work of others (SI-M-B2)
                         The student will explain how technology can expand the
            Science as
271205318                senses and contribute to the increase and/or                   5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         modification of scientific knowledge (SI-M-B3)
            Science as   The student will describe why all questions cannot be
271205319                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    answered with present technologies (SI-M-B3)
            Science as   The student will recognize that there is an acceptable
271205320                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    range of variation in collected data (SI-M-B3)
                         The student will explain the use of statistical methods to
            Science as
271205321                confirm the significance of data (e.g., mean, median,          5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         mode, range) (SI-M-B3)
                         The student will evaluate models, identify problems in
            Science as
271205322                design, and make recommendations for improvement               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         (SI-M-B4)
                         The student will recognize the importance of
            Science as
271205323                communication among scientists about investigations in         5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         progress and the work of others (SI-M-B5)
                         The student will explain how skepticism about accepted
            Science as
271205324                scientific explanations (i.e., hypotheses and theories)        5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         leads to new understanding (SI-M-B5)
                         The student will explain why an experiment must be
            Science as   verified through multiple investigations and yield
271205325                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    consistent results before the findings are accepted (SI-M-
                         B5)
            Science as   The student will critique and analyze their own inquiries
271205326                                                                               5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    and the inquiries of others (SI-M-B5)
                         The student will explain that, through the use of scientific
            Science as
271205327                processes and knowledge, people can solve problems,            5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         make decisions, and form new ideas (SI-M-B6)




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              A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                         The student will identify areas in which technology has
            Science as   changed human lives (e.g., transportation,
271205328                                                                                 5,6,7,8
              Inquiry    communication, geographic information systems, DNA
                         fingerprinting) (SI-M-B7)
                         The student will evaluate the impact of research on
            Science as
271205329                scientific thought, society, and the environment (SI-M-          5,6,7,8
              Inquiry
                         B7)
            Science as   The student will write a testable question or hypothesis
271205330                                                                               9,10,11, 12
              Inquiry    when given a topic (SI-H-A1)
                         The student will describe how investigations can be
            Science as
271205331                observation, description, literature survey, classification,   9,10,11, 12
              Inquiry
                         or experimentation (SI-H-A2)

                         The student will plan and record step-by-step procedures
            Science as
271205332                for a valid investigation, select equipment and materials, 9,10,11, 12
              Inquiry
                         and identify variables and controls (SI-H-A2)

                         The student will conduct an investigation that includes
            Science as
271205333                multiple trials and record, organize, and display data         9,10,11, 12
              Inquiry
                         appropriately (SI-H-A2)
            Science as   The student will utilize mathematics, organizational tools,
271205334                                                                            9,10,11, 12
              Inquiry    and graphing skills to solve problems (SI-H-A3)
                         The student will use technology when appropriate to
            Science as
271205335                enhance laboratory investigations and presentations of         9,10,11, 12
              Inquiry
                         findings (SI-H-A3)
                         The student will choose appropriate models to explain
            Science as   scientific knowledge or experimental results (e.g.,
271205336                                                                               9,10,11, 12
              Inquiry    objects, mathematical relationships, plans, schemes,
                         examples, role-playing, computer simulations) (SI-H-A4)
                         The student will give an example of how new scientific
            Science as
271205337                data can cause an existing scientific explanation to be        9,10,11, 12
              Inquiry
                         supported, revised, or rejected (SI-H-A5)

            Science as   The student will write and defend a conclusion based on
271205338                                                                          9,10,11, 12
              Inquiry    logical analysis of experimental data (SI-H-A6) (SI-H-A2)

            Science as   The student will given a description of an experiment,
271205339                                                                               9,10,11, 12
              Inquiry    identify appropriate safety measures (SI-H-A7)
            Science as   The student will evaluate selected theories based on
271205340                                                                               9,10,11, 12
              Inquiry    supporting scientific evidence (SI-H-B1)
                         The student will cite evidence that scientific
            Science as
271205341                investigations are conducted for many different reasons 9,10,11, 12
              Inquiry
                         (SI-H-B2)
                         The student will identify scientific evidence that has
            Science as
271205342                caused modifications in previously accepted theories (SI- 9,10,11, 12
              Inquiry
                         H-B2)




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               A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                            The student will cite examples of scientific advances and
             Science as
271205343                   emerging technologies and how they affect society (e.g., 9,10,11, 12
               Inquiry
                            MRI, DNA in forensics) (SI-H-B3)
                            The student will analyze the conclusion from an
             Science as
271205344                   investigation by using data to determine its validity (SI-H- 9,10,11, 12
               Inquiry
                            B4)
                            The student will use rules of evidence to examine
                            experimental results: Can an expert's technique/theory
             Science as
271205345                   be tested, has it been tested, or is it simply a subjective,   9,10,11, 12
               Inquiry
                            conclusive approach that can't be assessed for
                            reliability? (SI-H-B5) (SI-H-B1) (SI-H-B4)
                            The student will use the following rule of evidence to
             Science as     examine experimental results: Has the technique or
271205346                                                                                  9,10,11, 12
               Inquiry      theory been subjected to peer review and publication?
                            (SI-H-B5) (SI-H-B1) (SI-H-B4)

                            The student will use the following rule of evidence to
             Science as     examine experimental results: What is the known or
271205347                                                                                  9,10,11, 12
               Inquiry      potential rate of error of the technique or theory when
                            applied? (SI-H-B5) (SI-H-B1) (SI-H-B4)

                            The student will use the following rule of evidence to
             Science as     examine experimental results: Were standards and
271205348                                                                             9,10,11, 12
               Inquiry      controls applied and maintained? (SI-H-B5) (SI-H-B1) (SI-
                            H-B4)

                            The student will use the following rule of evidence to
             Science as     examine experimental results: Has the technique or
271205349                                                                                  9,10,11, 12
               Inquiry      theory been generally accepted in the scientific
                            community? (SI-H-B5) (SI-H-B1) (SI-H-B4)
              General
271205350                   Insert Science Objective Here
              Science
              General
271205351                   Insert Science Objective Here
              Science
              General
271205352                   Insert Science Objective Here
              Science
              General
271205353                   Insert Science Objective Here
              Science
              General
271205354                   Insert Science Objective Here
              Science
              General
271205355                   Insert Science Objective Here
              Science
                            The student will describe what happens to the solar
271205356   Earth Science                                                                    11,12
                            energy received by Earth every day (ESS-H-A1)
                            The student will trace the flow of heat energy through the
271205357   Earth Science                                                                    11,12
                            processes in the water cycle (ESS-H-A1)




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               A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                            The student will describe the effect of natural insulation
271205358   Earth Science                                                                11,12
                            on energy transfer in a closed system (ESS-H-A1)
                            The student will describe the relationship between
                            seasonal changes in the angle of incoming solar
271205359   Earth Science                                                                11,12
                            radiation and its consequences to Earth’s temperature
                            (e.g., direct vs. slanted rays) (ESS-H-A2)
                            The student will explain how the process of fusion inside
271205360   Earth Science   the Sun provides the external heat source for Earth (ESS-    11,12
                            H-A3)
                            The student will discuss how heat energy is generated at
271205361   Earth Science                                                                11,12
                            the inner core-outer core boundary (ESS-H-A4)
                            The student will analyze how radiant heat from the Sun is
271205362   Earth Science   absorbed and transmitted by several different earth          11,12
                            materials (ESS-H-A5)
                            The student will explain why weather only occurs in the
271205363   Earth Science                                                                11,12
                            tropospheric layer of Earth's atmosphere (ESS-H-A5)
                            The student will compare the structure, composition, and
271205364   Earth Science                                                                11,12
                            function of the layers of Earth’s atmosphere (ESS-H-A6)
                            The student will analyze the mechanisms that drive
271205365   Earth Science   weather and climate patterns and relate them to the          11,12
                            three methods of heat transfer (ESS-H-A6)
                            The student will describe the processes that drive
                            lithospheric plate movements (i.e., radioactive decay,
271205366   Earth Science                                                                11,12
                            friction, convection) (ESS-H-A7) (ESS-H-A3) (ESS-H-
                            A4)

                            The student will relate lithospheric plate movements to
                            the occurrences of earthquakes, volcanoes, mid-ocean
271205367   Earth Science                                                                11,12
                            ridge systems, and off-shore trenches found on Earth
                            (ESS-H-A7)
                            The student will explain how stable elements and atoms
271205368   Earth Science   are recycled during natural geologic processes (ESS-H-       11,12
                            B1)
                            The student will compare the conditions of mineral
271205369   Earth Science   formation with weathering resistance at Earth’s surface      11,12
                            (ESS-H-B1)

                            The student will identify the sun-driven processes that
271205370   Earth Science                                                                11,12
                            move substances at or near Earth’s surface (ESS-H-B2)

                            The student will use the nebular hypothesis to explain
271205371   Earth Science                                                                11,12
                            the formation of a solar system (ESS-H-C1)
                            The student will determine the relative ages of rock
271205372   Earth Science                                                                11,12
                            layers in a geologic profile or cross section (ESS-H-C2)
                            The student will use data from radioactive dating
271205373   Earth Science   techniques to estimate the age of earth materials (ESS-      11,12
                            H-C2)




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               A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                            The student will interpret geological maps of Louisiana to
271205374   Earth Science                                                                 11,12
                            describe the state’s geologic history (ESS-H-C3)
                            The student will determine the chronological order of the
271205375   Earth Science   five most recent major lobes of the Mississippi River         11,12
                            delta in Louisiana (ESS-H-C3)
                            The student will use fossil records to explain changes in
271205376   Earth Science   the concentration of atmospheric oxygen over time (ESS-       11,12
                            H-C4)
                            The student will analyze data related to a variety of
                            natural processes to determine the time frame of the
271205377   Earth Science   changes involved (e.g., formation of sedimentary rock         11,12
                            layers, deposition of ash layers, fossilization of plant or
                            animal species) (ESS-H-C5)
                            The student will identify the evidence that supports the
271205378   Earth Science                                                                 11,12
                            big bang theory (ESS-H-D1)
                            The student will describe the organization of the known
271205379   Earth Science                                                                 11,12
                            universe (ESS-H-D2)
                            The student will using the surface temperature and
                            absolute magnitude data of a selected star, locate its
271205380   Earth Science                                                                 11,12
                            placement on the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram and infer
                            its color, size, and life stage (ESS-H-D3)
                            The student will identify the elements present in selected
271205381   Earth Science   stars, given spectrograms of known elements and those         11,12
                            of the selected stars (ESS-H-D4)
                            The student will trace the movement and behavior of
271205382   Earth Science   hydrogen atoms during the process of fusion as it occurs      11,12
                            in stars like the Sun (ESS-H-D5)

                            The student will identify the relationship between orbital
271205383   Earth Science                                                                 11,12
                            velocity and orbital diameter (ESS-H-D6) (PS-H-E2)

                            The student will demonstrate the elliptical shape of
271205384   Earth Science   Earth’s orbit and describe how the point of orbital focus     11,12
                            changes during the year (ESS-H-D6)
                            The student will summarize how current technology has
271205385   Earth Science   directly affected our knowledge of the universe (ESS-H-       11,12
                            D7)
             Earth and      The student will explore and describe various properties
271205386                                                                                  PK
              Space         of rocks, minerals, and soils (PK-CS-L2) (ESS-E-A1)
             Earth and      The student will describe the weather and its daily
271205387                                                                                  PK
              Space         changes (PK-CS-ES2) (ESS-E-A4)
                            The student will describe different types of weather
             Earth and      students have experienced and give examples of how
271205388                                                                                  PK
              Space         daily activities and appropriate attire are affected by
                            weather conditions (PK-CS-ES2) (ESS-E-A4)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
            Earth and   The student will learn about objects in the sky through
271205389                                                                             PK
             Space      nonfiction literature (PK-CS-ES3) (ESS-E-B1)
            Earth and   The student will distinguish between areas of Earth
271205390                                                                             K
             Space      covered by land and water (ESS-E-A2)
            Earth and   The student will identify the patterns in information
271205391                                                                             K
             Space      recorded on a weather calendar (ESS-E-A4)
                        The student will discuss and differentiate objects seen in
            Earth and
271205392               the day and/or night sky (e.g., clouds, Sun, stars, Moon)     K
             Space
                        (ESS-E-B1)
            Earth and   The student will examine soils to determine that they are
271205393                                                                             1
             Space      often found in layers (ESS-E-A)

            Earth and   The student will locate and compare the relative
271205394                                                                             1
             Space      proportions of land and water found on Earth (ESS-E-A2)

                        The student will illustrate how water changes from one
            Earth and
271205395               form to another (e.g., freezing, melting, evaporating)        1
             Space
                        (ESS-E-A3)
                        The student will compare weather patterns as they relate
            Earth and
271205396               to seasonal changes in students’ immediate environment        1
             Space
                        (ESS-E-A4)
                        The student will identify the characteristics of soil,
            Earth and   according to color, texture, and components, including
271205397                                                                             1
             Space      living (biotic) and nonliving (abiotic) substances (ESS-E-
                        A6)
                        The student will observe and record the properties of
            Earth and
271205398               rocks, minerals, and soils gathered from their                2
             Space
                        surroundings (e.g., color, texture, odor) (ESS-E-A1)
            Earth and   The student will compare bodies of water found on Earth
271205399                                                                             2
             Space      (e.g., oceans, seas, lakes, rivers, glaciers) (ESS-E-A2)
            Earth and   The student will explain why most of the water on Earth
271205400                                                                             2
             Space      cannot be used as drinking (potable) water (ESS-E-A2)
            Earth and   The student will design an experiment involving
271205401                                                                             2
             Space      evaporation (ESS-E-A3)
                        The student will gather, record, and graph weather data
            Earth and
271205402               (e.g., precipitation, wind speed, wind direction,             2
             Space
                        temperature) using appropriate instruments (ESS-E-A4)
                        The student will analyze recorded daily temperatures and
            Earth and
271205403               weather conditions from newspapers, television, the           2
             Space
                        Internet, and home/outdoor thermometers (ESS-E-A4)

            Earth and   The student will identify and use appropriate tools to
271205404                                                                             2
             Space      gather and study rocks, minerals, and fossils (ESS-E-A5)

                        The student will describe characteristics of the Sun,
            Earth and
271205405               stars, and Earth’s moon (e.g., relative size, shape, color,   2
             Space
                        production of light/heat) (ESS-E-B1)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                        The student will give examples of how the Sun affects
            Earth and
271205406               Earth’s processes (e.g., weather, water cycle) (ESS-E-          2
             Space
                        B5)
            Earth and   The student will locate and identify plants and animals
271205407                                                                               2
             Space      within an ecosystem (SE-E-A2)
            Earth and   The student will illustrate and describe a simple food
271205408                                                                               2
             Space      chain located within an ecosystem (SE-E-A2)
            Earth and   The student will identify the Sun as the primary energy
271205409                                                                               2
             Space      source in a food chain (SE-E-A2)
            Earth and   The student will describe a variety of activities related to
271205410                                                                               2
             Space      preserving the environment (SE-E-A3)
                        The student will describe how consumption of resources
            Earth and
271205411               can be reduced by recycling, reusing, and conserving            2
             Space
                        (SE-E-A4)
                        The student will describe ways in which habitat loss or
            Earth and
271205412               change can occur as a result of natural events or human         2
             Space
                        impact (SE-E-A5)
            Earth and   The student will describe and give examples of
271205413                                                                               2
             Space      threatened or endangered species (SE-E-A5)
                        The student will recognize and describe that rock is
            Earth and
271205414               composed of different combinations of minerals (ESS-E-          3
             Space
                        A1) (ESS-E-A5)
                        The student will describe earth processes that have
            Earth and   affected selected physical features in students’
271205415                                                                               3
             Space      neighborhoods (e.g., rusting, weathering, erosion) (ESS-
                        E-A1)
            Earth and   The student will describe the difference between weather
271205416                                                                               3
             Space      and climate (ESS-E-A2)
                        The student will identify examples of the processes of a
            Earth and
271205417               water cycle (e.g., evaporation, condensation,                   3
             Space
                        precipitation, collection of runoff) (ESS-E-A3)
            Earth and   The student will describe climate patterns from recorded
271205418                                                                               3
             Space      weather conditions over a period of time (ESS-E-A4)
                        The student will compare and group common rocks
            Earth and
271205419               according to their characteristics (i.e., igneous,              3
             Space
                        metamorphic, sedimentary) (ESS-E-A5)
            Earth and   The student will identify and compare the components
271205420                                                                               3
             Space      found in soil (ESS-E-A6) (ESS-E-A1)
                        The student will identify characteristics of selected fossils
            Earth and
271205421               and explain how fossil records are used to learn about          3
             Space
                        the past (ESS-E-A7)
            Earth and   The student will identify, in order, the planets of the solar
271205422                                                                               3
             Space      system (ESS-E-B1)
            Earth and   The student will describe the patterns of apparent
271205423                                                                               3
             Space      change in the position of the Sun (ESS-E-B2)



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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
            Earth and   The student will explain the results of the rotation and
271205424                                                                              3
             Space      revolution of Earth (e.g., day and night, year) (ESS-E-B4)

            Earth and   The student will compare shadow direction and length at
271205425                                                                              3
             Space      different times of day and year (ESS-E-B4)
                        The student will describe the interrelationships of living
            Earth and   (biotic) and nonliving (abiotic) components within various
271205426                                                                              3
             Space      ecosystems (e.g., terrarium, swamp, backyard) (SE-E-
                        A1)
                        The student will describe how humans have had
            Earth and
271205427               negative and positive effects on organisms and their           3
             Space
                        environments (SE-E-A3) (SE-E-A5)
                        The student will classify manufactured products
            Earth and   according to the natural resources from which they are
271205428                                                                              3
             Space      made (e.g., copper wire from copper ore, plastic from
                        petroleum) (SE-E-A4)
                        The student will explain how renewable and
            Earth and
271205429               nonrenewable resources can be replenished or depleted          3
             Space
                        (SE-E-A4)
            Earth and   The student will explain how selected animals once
271205430                                                                              3
             Space      classified as endangered have recovered (SE-E-A5)
                        The student will identify animals in Louisiana that have
            Earth and
271205431               recovered and that are no longer considered endangered         3
             Space
                        (SE-E-A5)
                        The student will recognize that sedimentary rocks are
            Earth and
271205432               composed of particles that result from weathering and          4
             Space
                        erosion (e.g., sandstones, conglomerates) (ESS-E-A1)
                        The student will investigate the properties of soil (e.g.,
            Earth and
271205433               color, texture, capacity to retain water, ability to support   4
             Space
                        plant growth) (ESS-E-A1)
                        The student will explain how unequal heating of Earth’s
            Earth and
271205434               land and water affects climate and weather by using a          4
             Space
                        model (ESS-E-A2)
            Earth and   The student will draw, label, and explain the components
271205435                                                                              4
             Space      of a water cycle (ESS-E-A3)
                        The student will measure, chart, and predict the weather
            Earth and
271205436               using various instruments (e.g., thermometer,                  4
             Space
                        barometer, anemometer) (ESS-E-A4)
                        The student will identify various types of weather-related
            Earth and
271205437               natural hazards and effects (e.g., lightning, storms) (ESS-    4
             Space
                        E-A4)
            Earth and   The student will identify safety measures applicable to
271205438                                                                              4
             Space      natural hazards (ESS-E-A4)
                        The student will classify rocks and minerals according to
            Earth and
271205439               texture, color, luster, hardness, and effervescence (ESS-      4
             Space
                        E-A5)



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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                        The student will demonstrate and explain how Earth’s
            Earth and   surface is changed as a result of slow and rapid
271205440                                                                             4
             Space      processes (e.g., sand dunes, canyons, volcanoes,
                        earthquakes) (ESS-E-A5) (ESS-E-A1)
            Earth and   The student will describe and sequence the phases of
271205441                                                                             4
             Space      the Moon and eclipses (ESS-E-B2)
            Earth and   The student will compare a solar and a lunar eclipse
271205442                                                                             4
             Space      (ESS-E-B2)
                        The student will diagram the movement of the Moon
            Earth and
271205443               around Earth and the movement of Earth around the Sun         4
             Space
                        (ESS-E-B2)
                        The student will explain the changing appearance of the
            Earth and
271205444               Moon and its location in the sky over the course of a         4
             Space
                        month (ESS-E-B3)
            Earth and   The student will identify the relationship between Earth’s
271205445                                                                             4
             Space      tilt and revolution and the seasons (ESS-E-B4)
                        The student will explain how technology has improved
            Earth and
271205446               our knowledge of the universe (e.g., Hubble telescope,        4
             Space
                        space stations, lunar exploration) (ESS-E-B6)
                        The student will design an ecosystem that includes living
            Earth and
271205447               (biotic) and nonliving (abiotic) components and illustrates   4
             Space
                        interdependence (SE-E-A1)
                        The student will describe and explain food chains/webs
            Earth and   and the directional flow of energy in various ecosystems
271205448                                                                             4
             Space      (e.g., construct a model, drawing, diagram, graphic
                        organizer) (SE-E-A2)

                        The student will predict and describe consequences of
            Earth and   the removal of one component in a balanced ecosystem
271205449                                                                             4
             Space      (e.g., consumer, herbivores, nonliving component) (SE-E-
                        A2)
                        The student will identify organic and inorganic matter in
            Earth and
271205450               soil samples with the aid of a hand lens or microscope        5
             Space
                        (ESS-M-A4)
                        The student will identify common rocks and minerals and
            Earth and
271205451               explain their uses and economic significance (ESS-M-          5
             Space
                        A5)
                        The student will demonstrate the results of constructive
            Earth and
271205452               and destructive forces using models or illustrations (ESS-    5
             Space
                        M-A7)
            Earth and   The student will identify the processes that prevent or
271205453                                                                             5
             Space      cause erosion (ESS-M-A7)
            Earth and   The student will identify the components of the
271205454                                                                             5
             Space      hydrosphere (ESS-M-A11)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
            Earth and   The student will identify the atmosphere as a mixture of
271205455                                                                              5
             Space      gases, water vapor, and particulate matter (ESS-M-A11)

            Earth and   The student will identify, describe, and compare climate
271205456                                                                              5
             Space      zones (e.g., polar, temperate, tropical) (ESS-M-A11)
            Earth and   The student will identify typical weather map symbols
271205457                                                                              5
             Space      and the type of weather they represent (ESS-M-A12)
                        The student will estimate the range of time over which
            Earth and
271205458               natural events occur (e.g., lightning in seconds,              5
             Space
                        mountain formation over millions of years) (ESS-M-B3)
            Earth and   The student will identify the physical characteristics of
271205459                                                                              5
             Space      the Sun (ESS-M-C1)
            Earth and   The student will describe the significance of Polaris as
271205460                                                                              5
             Space      the North Star (ESS-M-C1)
                        The student will explain why the Moon, Sun, and stars
            Earth and
271205461               appear to move from east to west across the sky (ESS-          5
             Space
                        M-C1)
                        The student will differentiate among moons, asteroids,
            Earth and
271205462               comets, meteoroids, meteors, and meteorites (ESS-M-            5
             Space
                        C2)
            Earth and   The student will describe the characteristics of the inner
271205463                                                                              5
             Space      and outer planets (ESS-M-C2)
            Earth and   The student will explain rotation and revolution by using
271205464                                                                              5
             Space      models or illustrations (ESS-M-C4)
            Earth and   The student will identify Earth’s position in the solar
271205465                                                                              5
             Space      system (ESS-M-C5)
            Earth and   The student will identify and explain the interaction of the
271205466                                                                              5
             Space      processes of the water cycle (ESS-M-C6) (ESS-M-A10)
                        The student will identify and explain advances in
            Earth and
271205467               technology that have enabled the exploration of space          5
             Space
                        (ESS-M-C8)
                        The student will determine the ability of an ecosystem to
            Earth and
271205468               support a population (carrying capacity) by identifying the    5
             Space
                        resources needed by that population (SE-M-A2)
            Earth and   The student will identify and give examples of pollutants
271205469                                                                              5
             Space      found in water, air, and soil (SE-M-A3)
                        The student will describe the consequences of several
            Earth and   types of human activities on local ecosystems (e.g.,
271205470                                                                              5
             Space      polluting streams, regulating hunting, introducing
                        nonnative species) (SE-M-A4)
                        The student will describe naturally occurring cycles and
            Earth and
271205471               identify where they are found (e.g., carbon, nitrogen,         5
             Space
                        water, oxygen) (SE-M-A7)
            Earth and   The student will identify and describe the four density
271205472                                                                              8
             Space      layers of Earth (ESS-M-A1)



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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                        The student will explain the historical development of the
            Earth and
271205473               theories of plate tectonics, including continental drift and    8
             Space
                        sea-floor spreading (ESS-M-A2)
            Earth and   The student will illustrate the movement of convection
271205474                                                                               8
             Space      currents (ESS-M-A2)

            Earth and   The student will illustrate the movements of lithospheric
271205475                                                                               8
             Space      plates as stated in the plate tectonics theory (ESS-M-A2)

                        The student will identify the edges of plate boundaries as
            Earth and
271205476               likely areas of earthquakes and volcanic action (ESS-M-         8
             Space
                        A3)
                        The student will describe the processes responsible for
            Earth and
271205477               earthquakes and volcanoes and identify the effects of           8
             Space
                        these processes (e.g., faulting, folding) (ESS-M-A3)
                        The student will distinguish between chemical and
            Earth and   mechanical (physical) weathering and identify the role of
271205478                                                                               8
             Space      weathering agents (e.g., wind, water, ice, gravity) (ESS-
                        M-A4)
            Earth and   The student will illustrate the role of organic processes in
271205479                                                                               8
             Space      soil formation (ESS-M-A4)
                        The student will compare the physical characteristics of
            Earth and
271205480               rock and mineral specimens to observe that a rock is a          8
             Space
                        mixture of minerals (ESS-M-A5)
            Earth and   The student will describe the properties of minerals (e.g.,
271205481                                                                               8
             Space      color, luster, hardness, streak) (ESS-M-A5)
                        The student will describe how sedimentary, igneous, and
            Earth and
271205482               metamorphic rocks form and change in the rock cycle             8
             Space
                        (ESS-M-A6)
                        The student will determine the results of constructive and
            Earth and
271205483               destructive forces upon landform development with the           8
             Space
                        aid of geologic maps of Louisiana (ESS-M-A7)
                        The student will describe how humans’ actions and
            Earth and
271205484               natural processes have modified coastal regions in              8
             Space
                        Louisiana and other locations (ESS-M-A8)
            Earth and   The student will read and interpret topographic maps
271205485                                                                               8
             Space      (ESS-M-A9)
                        The student will compare ocean floor topography to
            Earth and
271205486               continental topography by using topographic maps (ESS-          8
             Space
                        M-A9)
                        The student will explain the processes of evaporation,
            Earth and   condensation, precipitation, infiltration, transpiration, and
271205487                                                                               8
             Space      sublimation as they relate to the water cycle (ESS-M-
                        A10)
                        The student will investigate and explain how given
            Earth and
271205488               factors affect the rate of water movement in the water          8
             Space
                        cycle (e.g., climate, type of rock, ground cover) (ESS-M-
                        A10)


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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                        The student will explain and give examples of how
            Earth and
271205489               climatic conditions on Earth are affected by the proximity      8
             Space
                        of water (ESS-M-A11)
            Earth and   The student will describe and illustrate the layers of
271205490                                                                               8
             Space      Earth’s atmosphere (ESS-M-A11)
                        The student will identify different air masses, jet streams,
            Earth and   global wind patterns, and other atmospheric phenomena
271205491                                                                               8
             Space      and describe how they relate to weather events, such as
                        El Niño and La Niña (ESS-M-A12)
                        The student will use historical data to plot the movement
            Earth and
271205492               of hurricanes and explain events or conditions that             8
             Space
                        affected their paths (ESS-M-A12)
                        The student will make predictions about future weather
            Earth and
271205493               conditions based on collected weather data (ESS-M-              8
             Space
                        A12)
            Earth and
271205494               The student will interpret a geologic timeline (ESS-M-B1)       8
             Space
                        The student will compare fossils from different geologic
            Earth and
271205495               eras and areas of Earth to show that life changes over          8
             Space
                        time (ESS-M-B1)
            Earth and   The student will interpret a timeline starting with the birth
271205496                                                                               8
             Space      of the solar system to the present day (ESS-M-B2)
                        The student will use historical data to draw conclusions
            Earth and
271205497               about the age of Earth (e.g., half-life, rock strata) (ESS-     8
             Space
                        M-B2)
                        The student will apply geological principles to determine
            Earth and   the relative ages of rock layers (e.g., original
271205498                                                                               8
             Space      horizontality, superposition, cross-cutting relationships)
                        (ESS-M-B3)
                        The student will describe how processes seen today are
            Earth and
271205499               similar to those in the past (e.g., weathering, erosion,        8
             Space
                        lithospheric plate movement) (ESS-M-B3)
            Earth and   The student will describe the life cycle of a star and
271205500                                                                               8
             Space      predict the next likely stage of the Sun (ESS-M-C1)
                        The student will use a Hertzsprung-Russell diagram and
            Earth and   other data to compare the approximate mass, size,
271205501                                                                               8
             Space      luminosity, temperature, structure, and composition of
                        the Sun to other stars (ESS-M-C1)
                        The student will use data to compare the planets in
            Earth and
271205502               terms of orbit, size, composition, density, rotation,           8
             Space
                        revolution, and atmosphere (ESS-M-C2)
                        The student will relate Newton’s laws of gravity to the
            Earth and
271205503               motions of celestial bodies and objects on Earth (ESS-M-        8
             Space
                        C3)




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               A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                            The student will identify and illustrate the relative
              Earth and
271205504                   positions of Earth, the Moon, and the Sun during              8
               Space
                            eclipses and phases of the Moon (ESS-M-C4)
              Earth and     The student will describe the effects of the Moon on tides
271205505                                                                                 8
               Space        (ESS-M-C4)
              Earth and     The student will interpret a scale model of the solar
271205506                                                                                 8
               Space        system (ESS-M-C5)
              Earth and     The student will identify the processes involved in the
271205507                                                                                 8
               Space        creation of land and sea breezes (ESS-M-C6)
                            The student will describe how unequal heating of Earth’s
              Earth and
271205508                   surface affects movement of air masses and water in the       8
               Space
                            atmosphere and hydrosphere (ESS-M-C6)
                            The student will explain how seasonal changes are
              Earth and
271205509                   caused by the tilt of Earth as it rotates on its axis and     8
               Space
                            revolves around the Sun (ESS-M-C7)
                            The student will illustrate and explain how the angle at
              Earth and
271205510                   which sunlight strikes Earth produces changes in the          8
               Space
                            seasons and length of daylight (ESS-M-C7)
                            The student will compare the relative distances from
              Earth and
271205511                   Earth to the Sun on the first day of summer and the first     8
               Space
                            day of winter (ESS-M-C7)
                            The student will communicate ways that information from
              Earth and     space exploration and technological research have
271205512                                                                                 8
               Space        advanced understanding about Earth, the solar system,
                            and the universe (ESS-M-C8)
                            The student will identify practical applications of
              Earth and
271205513                   technological advances resulting from space exploration       8
               Space
                            and scientific and technological research (ESS-M-C8)
                            The student will illustrate possible point and non-point
              Earth and     source contributions to pollution and natural or human-
271205514                                                                                 8
               Space        induced pathways of a pollutant in an ecosystem (SE-M-
                            A3)
              Earth and     The student will analyze the consequences of human
271205515                                                                                 8
               Space        activities on global Earth systems (SE-M-A4)
              Earth and     The student will describe the relationship between plant
271205516                                                                                 8
               Space        type and soil compatibility (SE-M-A9)
                            The student will distinguish among several examples of
              Earth and
271205517                   erosion (e.g., stream bank, topsoil, coastal) and describe    8
               Space
                            common preventive measures (SE-M-A10)
                            The student will describe the abiotic and biotic factors
271205518   Environmental   that distinguish Earth’s major ecological systems (SE-H-     11,12
                            A1)
                            The student will describe the characteristics of major
271205519   Environmental                                                                11,12
                            biomes on Earth (SE-H-A1)




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               A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                            The student will use the 10% rule and data analysis to
271205520   Environmental   measure the flow of energy as represented by biomass             11,12
                            in a system (SE-H-A2)
                            The student will determine the effects of limiting factors
271205521   Environmental   on a population and describe the concept of carrying             11,12
                            capacity (SE-H-A3)
                            The student will examine and discuss the major stages
271205522   Environmental   of succession, describing the generalized sequential             11,12
                            order of the types of plant species (SE-H-A4)
                            The student will analyze the consequences of changes in
                            selected divisions of the biosphere (e.g., ozone
271205523   Environmental                                                                    11,12
                            depletion, global warming, acid rain) (SE-H-A5) (SE-H-
                            A7)
                            The student will illustrate the flow of carbon, water,
271205524   Environmental   oxygen, nitrogen, and phosphorus through an ecosystem            11,12
                            (SE-H-A6) (LS-H-D1)
                            The student will explain how species in an ecosystem
271205525   Environmental   interact and link in a complex web (SE-H-A7) (SE-H-              11,12
                            A10)
                            The student will cite and explain examples of organisms’
271205526   Environmental   adaptations to environmental pressures over time (SE-H-          11,12
                            A8)

                            The student will analyze the effect of an invasive species
271205527   Environmental                                                                    11,12
                            on the biodiversity within ecosystems (SE-H-A9)

                            The student will explain why biodiversity is essential to
271205528   Environmental                                                                    11,12
                            the survival of organisms (SE-H-A9)
                            The student will give examples and describe the effect of
271205529   Environmental                                                                    11,12
                            pollutants on selected populations (SE-H-A11)
                            The student will evaluate whether a resource is
271205530   Environmental   renewable by analyzing its relative regeneration time (SE-       11,12
                            H-B1)
                            The student will analyze data to determine the effect of
271205531   Environmental   preservation practices compared to conservation                  11,12
                            practices for a sample species (SE-H-B2)
                            The student will identify the factors that cause the
271205532   Environmental   inequitable distribution of Earth’s resources (e.g., politics,   11,12
                            economics, climate) (SE-H-B3)
                            The student will evaluate the effectiveness of natural
271205533   Environmental   resource management in Louisiana (SE-H-B4) (SE-H-                11,12
                            B5)
                            The student will analyze data to determine when reuse,
271205534   Environmental                                                                    11,12
                            recycling, and recovery are applicable (SE-H-B5)
                            The student will identify the factors that affect
271205535   Environmental                                                                    11,12
                            sustainable development (SE-H-B6)




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               A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                            The student will determine the interrelationships of clean
271205536   Environmental   water, land, and air to the success of organisms in a           11,12
                            given population (SE-H-C1)
                            The student will relate environmental quality to quality of
271205537   Environmental                                                                   11,12
                            life (SE-H-C2)
                            The student will analyze the effect of common social,
271205538   Environmental   economic, technological, and political considerations on        11,12
                            environmental policy (SE-H-C3)
                            The student will analyze the risk-benefit ratio for selected
271205539   Environmental                                                                   11,12
                            environmental situations (SE-H-C4)
                            The student will describe the relationship between public
271205540   Environmental   support and the enforcement of environmental policies           11,12
                            (SE-H-C5)
                            The student will identify the advantages and
271205541   Environmental   disadvantages of using disposable items versus                  11,12
                            reusable items (SE-H-D1)
                            The student will discuss how education and collaboration
271205542   Environmental   can affect the prevention and control of a selected             11,12
                            pollutant (SE-H-D2) (SE-H-D3)
                            The student will determine local actions that can affect
271205543   Environmental                                                                   11,12
                            the global environment (SE-H-D4)
                            The student will describe how accountability toward the
271205544   Environmental                                                                   11,12
                            environment affects sustainability (SE-H-D5)
                            The student will discuss the reduction of combustible
271205545   Environmental   engines needed to significantly decrease CO2 in the             11,12
                            troposphere (SE-H-D6)
                            The student will identify parts of the body and how they
271205546       Life                                                                         PK
                            move (PK-CS-L1) (LS-E-A3)
                            The student will give examples of different kinds of
271205547       Life        plants and different kinds of animals (PK-CS-L1) (LS-E-          PK
                            A4)
                            The student will distinguish food items from nonfood
271205548       Life                                                                         PK
                            items (PK-CS-L1) (LS-E-A6)
                            The student will learn about animals and plants through
271205549       Life                                                                         PK
                            nonfiction literature (PK-CS-L1) (LS-E-B1)
                            The student will observe and care for pets and plants
271205550       Life                                                                         PK
                            (PK-CS-L1) (LS-E-B1)
                            The student will describe plants and animals in the
271205551       Life        schoolyard or home environments (PK-CS-L1) (LS-E-                PK
                            C1)
                            The student will record observations on the growth of
271205552       Life                                                                         K
                            plant seeds (LS-E-A1)
                            The student will classify objects in a variety of settings as
271205553       Life                                                                         K
                            living (biotic) or nonliving (abiotic) (LS-E-A2)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                       The student will compare the human body at various
271205554     Life                                                                    K
                       stages of development (LS-E-A3)
                       The student will compare the human body with plants
271205555     Life                                                                    K
                       and animals (LS-E-A3)

                       The student will identify easily observable variations
271205556     Life     within types of plants and animals (e.g., features of          K
                       classmates, varieties of trees, breeds of dogs) (LS-E-A4)

                       The student will classify various foods into the major
271205557     Life                                                                    K
                       groups (e.g., bread, meat, vegetable, fruit) (LS-E-A6)
                       The student will determine which foods are superior for
271205558     Life                                                                    K
                       developing a healthy body (LS-E-A6)
                       The student will observe life cycles and describe
271205559     Life                                                                    K
                       changes (e.g., humans, dogs, insects) (LS-E-B1)
                       The student will match models of baby animals with their
271205560     Life                                                                    K
                       parents (LS-E-B3)
                       The student will describe the differences between plants
271205561     Life                                                                    1
                       and animals (LS-E-A1)
                       The student will identify what animals and plants need to
271205562     Life                                                                    1
                       grow and develop (LS-E-A1)
                       The student will describe the characteristics of living
271205563     Life                                                                    1
                       (biotic) and nonliving (abiotic) things (LS-E-A2)
                       The student will describe basic functions of parts of the
271205564     Life                                                                    1
                       body (e.g., lungs, heart, bones, muscles) (LS-E-A3)
                       The student will record and share observations of
271205565     Life                                                                    1
                       changes in developing plants (LS-E-B1)

                       The student will describe how animals and their offspring
271205566     Life                                                                    1
                       are similar and how they are different (LS-E-B3)

                       The student will describe features of some animals that
271205567     Life                                                                    1
                       benefit them in their environments (LS-E-C1)
                       The student will explain how pets' needs are met in their
271205568     Life                                                                    1
                       habitats (LS-E-C1)
                       The student will record evidence of plants and animals in
271205569     Life                                                                    1
                       the schoolyard or other environments (LS-E-C2)
                       The student will match the appropriate food source and
271205570     Life     habitat for a variety of animals (e.g., cows/grass/field,      2
                       fish/tadpoles/water) (LS-E-A1)
                       The student will describe structures of plants (e.g., roots,
271205571     Life                                                                    2
                       leaves, stems, flowers, seeds) (LS-E-A3)
                       The student will compare differences and similarities
271205572     Life                                                                    2
                       among a variety of seed plants (LS-E-A3)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                       The student will identify physical characteristics of
271205573     Life                                                                  2
                       organisms (e.g., worms, amphibians, plants) (LS-E-A4)
                       The student will identify and discuss the arrangement of
271205574     Life                                                                  2
                       the food pyramid (LS-E-A6)
                       The student will analyze selected menus to determine
271205575     Life     whether they include representatives of all the required     2
                       food groups (LS-E-A6)
                       The student will compare the life cycles of selected
271205576     Life     organisms (e.g., mealworm, caterpillar, tadpole) (LS-E-      2
                       B1)
                       The student will describe inherited characteristics of
271205577     Life                                                                  2
                       living things (LS-E-B3)
                       The student will identify the components of a variety of
271205578     Life     habitats and describe how organisms in those habitats        2
                       depend on each other (LS-E-C1)
                       The student will describe what the human body needs to
271205579     Life                                                                  3
                       grow and be healthy (LS-E-A1)
                       The student will compare structures (parts of the body) in
271205580     Life     a variety of animals (e.g., fish, mammals, reptiles,         3
                       amphibians, birds, insects) (LS-E-A3)
                       The student will compare structures (e.g., roots, leaves,
271205581     Life     stems, flowers, seeds) and their functions in a variety of   3
                       plants (LS-E-A3)
                       The student will describe how plant structures enable the
271205582     Life                                                                  3
                       plant to meet its basic needs (LS-E-A3)
                       The student will classify groups of organisms based on
271205583     Life                                                                  3
                       common characteristics (LS-E-A4)
                       The student will compare organisms from different
271205584     Life     groups (e.g., birds with mammals, terrestrial plants with    3
                       aquatic plants) (LS-E-A4)
                       The student will explain how the organs of the digestive
271205585     Life                                                                  3
                       system function (LS-E-A5)
                       The student will describe how the components of the
271205586     Life                                                                  3
                       skeletal system function (LS-E-A5)
                       The student will describe the relationship between eating
271205587     Life                                                                  3
                       habits and maintaining a healthy body (LS-E-A6)
                       The student will identify a meal that includes
271205588     Life     representatives from each group of the food pyramid (LS-     3
                       E-A6)
                       The student will graph, analyze, and interpret personal
271205589     Life                                                                  3
                       and class data (LS-E-B4)
                       The student will explain the functions of plant structures
                       in relation to their ability to make food through
271205590     Life                                                                  4
                       photosynthesis (e.g., roots, leaves, stems, flowers,
                       seeds) (LS-E-A3)



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   EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH SCHOOL SYSTEM EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT SERVICES


             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                       The student will describe how parts of animals’ bodies
271205591     Life     are related to their functions and survival (e.g.,               4
                       wings/flying, webbed feet/swimming) (LS-E-A3)
                       The student will describe how the organs of the
271205592     Life                                                                      4
                       circulatory and respiratory systems function (LS-E-A5)
                       The student will explain the primary role of
271205593     Life                                                                      4
                       carbohydrates, fats, and proteins in the body (LS-E-A6)
                       The student will analyze food labels to compare
271205594     Life     nutritional content of foods (e.g., amounts of                   4
                       carbohydrates, fats, proteins) (LS-E-A6)
                       The student will identify reproductive structures in plants
271205595     Life                                                                      4
                       and describe the functions of each (LS-E-B1)
                       The student will describe how some plants can be grown
271205596     Life                                                                      4
                       from a plant part instead of a seed (LS-E-B1)
                       The student will sequence stages in the life cycles of
271205597     Life                                                                      4
                       various organisms, including seed plants (LS-E-B1)
                       The student will classify examples of plants and animals
271205598     Life                                                                      4
                       based on a variety of criteria (LS-E-B2)
                       The student will compare similarities and differences
271205599     Life     between parents and offspring in plants and animals (LS-         4
                       E-B3)
                       The student will explain how some organisms in a given
271205600     Life                                                                      4
                       habitat compete for the same resources (LS-E-C1)
                       The student will describe how organisms can modify
271205601     Life     their environment to meet their needs (e.g., beavers             4
                       making dams) (LS-E-C1)
                       The student will describe how some plants and animals
271205602     Life                                                                      4
                       have adapted to their habitats (LS-E-C2)
                       The student will identify the habitat in which selected
271205603     Life     organisms would most likely live and explain how                 4
                       specific structures help organisms to survive (LS-E-C2)
                       The student will describe the effect of sudden increases
271205604     Life     or decreases of one group of organisms upon other                4
                       organisms in the environment (LS-E-C3)
                       The student will identify the cell as the basic unit of living
271205605     Life                                                                      5
                       things (LS-M-A1)
                       The student will observe, identify, and describe the basic
271205606     Life     components of cells and their functions (e.g., cell wall,        5
                       cell membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus) (LS-M-A1)
                       The student will compare plant and animal cells and
271205607     Life                                                                      5
                       label cell components (LS-M-A2)
                       The student will describe the metamorphosis of an
271205608     Life                                                                      5
                       amphibian (e.g., frog) (LS-M-A3)




                                       177
   EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH SCHOOL SYSTEM EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT SERVICES


             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                       The student will describe the processes of
271205609     Life                                                                    5
                       photosynthesis and respiration in green plants (LS-M-A4)

                       The student will describe the levels of structural
271205610     Life     organization in living things (e.g., cells, tissues, organs,   5
                       organ systems) (LS-M-A5)
                       The student will identify diseases caused by germs and
271205611     Life     how they can be transmitted from person to person (LS-         5
                       M-A7)
                       The student will develop and use a simple dichotomous
271205612     Life                                                                    5
                       key to classify common plants and animals (LS-M-C1)
                       The student will construct food chains that could be
271205613     Life     found in ponds, marshes, oceans, forests, or meadows           5
                       (LS-M-C2)

                       The student will describe the roles of producers,
271205614     Life                                                                    5
                       consumers, and decomposers in a food chain (LS-M-C2)

                       The student will compare food chains and food webs (LS-
271205615     Life                                                                    5
                       M-C2)
                       The student will identify and describe ecosystems of
271205616     Life                                                                    5
                       local importance (LS-M-C3)
                       The student will compare common traits of organisms
271205617     Life                                                                    5
                       within major ecosystems (LS-M-C3)
                       The student will explain and give examples of
271205618     Life                                                                    5
                       predator/prey relationships (LS-M-C4)
                       The student will describe adaptations of plants and
271205619     Life     animals that enable them to thrive in local and other          5
                       natural environments (LS-M-D1)
                       The student will compare the basic structures and
271205620     Life                                                                    7
                       functions of different types of cells (LS-M-A1)
                       The student will illustrate and demonstrate osmosis and
271205621     Life                                                                    7
                       diffusion in cells (LS-M-A1)
                       The student will compare functions of plant and animal
271205622     Life                                                                    7
                       cell structures (i.e., organelles) (LS-M-A2)
                       The student will compare complete and incomplete
271205623     Life     metamorphosis in insects (e.g., butterflies, mealworms,        7
                       grasshoppers) (LS-M-A3)
                       The student will compare the life cycles of a variety of
271205624     Life     organisms, including non-flowering and flowering plants,       7
                       reptiles, birds, amphibians, and mammals (LS-M-A3)
                       The student will construct a word equation that illustrates
271205625     Life     the processes of photosynthesis and respiration (LS-M-         7
                       A4)
                       The student will distinguish between aerobic respiration
271205626     Life                                                                    7
                       and anaerobic respiration (LS-M-A4)




                                       178
   EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH SCHOOL SYSTEM EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT SERVICES


             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                       The student will relate structural features of organs to
271205627     Life                                                                  7
                       their functions in major systems (LS-M-A5)
                       The student will describe the way major organ systems
271205628     Life                                                                  7
                       in the human body interact to sustain life (LS-M-A5)
                       The student will describe the growth and development of
271205629     Life                                                                  7
                       humans from infancy to old age (LS-M-A6)
                       The student will explain how external factors and
                       genetics can influence the quality and length of human
271205630     Life                                                                  7
                       life (e.g., nutrition, smoking, drug use, exercise) (LS-M-
                       A6)

                       The student will identify and describe common
                       communicable and non-communicable diseases and the
271205631     Life                                                                  7
                       methods by which they are transmitted, treated, and
                       prevented (LS-M-A7)
                       The student will differentiate between sexual and
271205632     Life                                                                  7
                       asexual reproduction (LS-M-B1)
                       The student will contrast the processes of mitosis and
271205633     Life     meiosis in relation to growth, repair, reproduction, and     7
                       heredity (LS-M-B1)
                       The student will explain why chromosomes in body cells
271205634     Life                                                                  7
                       exist in pairs (LS-M-B2)
                       The student will explain the relationship of genes to
271205635     Life                                                                  7
                       chromosomes and genotypes to phenotypes (LS-M-B2)
                       The student will recognize genetic errors caused by
271205636     Life                                                                  7
                       changes in chromosomes (LS-M-B2)
                       The student will apply the basic laws of Mendelian
271205637     Life     genetics to solve simple monohybrid crosses, using a         7
                       Punnett square (LS-M-B3)
                       The student will explain the differences among the
271205638     Life     inheritance of dominant, recessive, and incomplete           7
                       dominant traits (LS-M-B3)
                       The student will use a Punnett square to demonstrate
271205639     Life                                                                  7
                       how sex-linked traits are inherited (LS-M-B3)
                       The student will give examples of the importance of
271205640     Life     selective breeding (e.g., domestic animals, livestock,       7
                       horticulture) (LS-M-B3)
                       The student will classify organisms based on structural
271205641     Life                                                                  7
                       characteristics, using a dichotomous key (LS-M-C1)
                       The student will analyze food webs to determine energy
271205642     Life                                                                  7
                       transfer among organisms (LS-M-C2)
                       The student will locate and describe the major biomes of
271205643     Life                                                                  7
                       the world (LS-M-C3)




                                       179
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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                       The student will describe and compare the levels of
271205644     Life     organization of living things within an ecosystem (LS-M-     7
                       C3)
                       The student will identify the various relationships among
271205645     Life     plants and animals (e.g., mutualistic, parasitic,            7
                       producer/consumer) (LS-M-C4)
                       The student will differentiate between ecosystem
271205646     Life                                                                  7
                       components of habitat and niche (LS-M-C4)
                       The student will predict the impact changes in a species’
271205647     Life                                                                  7
                       population have on an ecosystem (LS-M-C4)
                       The student will differentiate between structural and
271205648     Life     behavioral adaptations in a variety of organisms (LS-M-      7
                       D1)
                       The student will describe and evaluate the impact of
271205649     Life     introducing nonnative species into an ecosystem (LS-M-       7
                       D1)
                       The student will describe changes that can occur in
271205650     Life     various ecosystems and relate the changes to the ability     7
                       of an organism to survive (LS-M-D2)
                       The student will illustrate how variations in individual
271205651     Life     organisms within a population determine the success of       7
                       the population (LS-M-D2)
                       The student will explain how environmental factors
271205652     Life                                                                  7
                       impact survival of a population (LS-M-D2)
                       The student will identify resources humans derive from
271205653     Life                                                                  7
                       ecosystems (SE-M-A1)
                       The student will distinguish the essential roles played by
271205654     Life     biotic and abiotic components in various ecosystems (SE-     7
                       M-A1)
                       The student will identify and describe the effects of
271205655     Life                                                                  7
                       limiting factors on a given population (SE-M-A2)
                       The student will evaluate the carrying capacity of an
271205656     Life                                                                  7
                       ecosystem (SE-M-A2)
                       The student will analyze the consequences of human
271205657     Life                                                                  7
                       activities on ecosystems (SE-M-A4)
                       The student will construct or draw food webs for various
271205658     Life                                                                  7
                       ecosystems (SE-M-A5)
                       The student will describe the nitrogen cycle and explain
271205659     Life     why it is important for the survival of organisms (SE-M-     7
                       A7)
                       The student will describe how photosynthesis and
271205660     Life                                                                  7
                       respiration relate to the carbon cycle (SE-M-A7)




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              A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                           The student will identify and analyze the environmental
                           impact of humans’ use of technology (e.g., energy
271205661       Life                                                                     7
                           production, agriculture, transportation, human habitation)
                           (SE-M-A8)
                           The student will compare prokaryotic and eukaryotic
271205662   Life-Biology                                                                 10
                           cells (LS-H-A1)
                           The student will identify and describe structural and
271205663   Life-Biology                                                                 10
                           functional differences among organelles (LS-H-A1)
                           The student will investigate and describe the role of
271205664   Life-Biology                                                                 10
                           enzymes in the function of a cell (LS-H-A1)
                           The student will compare active and passive cellular
271205665   Life-Biology                                                                 10
                           transport (LS-H-A2)
                           The student will analyze the movement of water across a
271205666   Life-Biology   cell membrane in hypotonic, isotonic, and hypertonic          10
                           solutions (LS-H-A2)
                           The student will analyze a diagram of a developing
271205667   Life-Biology   zygote to determine when cell differentiation occurs (LS-     10
                           H-A3)
                           The student will identify the basic structure and function
271205668   Life-Biology                                                                 10
                           of nucleic acids (e.g., DNA, RNA) (LS-H-B1)
                           The student will describe the relationships among DNA,
271205669   Life-Biology                                                                 10
                           genes, chromosomes, and proteins (LS-H-B1)

271205670   Life-Biology   The student will compare mitosis and meiosis (LS-H-B2)        10

                           The student will analyze pedigrees to identify patterns of
271205671   Life-Biology                                                                 10
                           inheritance for common genetic disorders (LS-H-B3)
                           The student will calculate the probability of genotypes
271205672   Life-Biology   and phenotypes of offspring given the parental                10
                           genotypes (LS-H-B3)
                           The student will describe the processes used in modern
271205673   Life-Biology   biotechnology related to genetic engineering (LS-H-B4)        10
                           (LS-H-B1)
                           The student will identify possible positive and negative
271205674   Life-Biology   effects of advances in biotechnology (LS-H-B4) (LS-H-         10
                           B1)
                           The student will analyze evidence on biological evolution,
271205675   Life-Biology   utilizing descriptions of existing investigations, computer   10
                           models, and fossil records (LS-H-C1)

                           The student will compare the embryological development
271205676   Life-Biology                                                                 10
                           of animals in different phyla (LS-H-C1) (LS-H-A3)

                           The student will explain how DNA evidence and fossil
271205677   Life-Biology                                                                 10
                           records support Darwin’s theory of evolution (LS-H-C2)
                           The student will explain how factors affect gene
271205678   Life-Biology                                                                 10
                           frequency in a population over time (LS-H-C3)



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   EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH SCHOOL SYSTEM EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT SERVICES


              A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                           The student will classify organisms from different
271205679   Life-Biology   kingdoms at several taxonomic levels, using a                10
                           dichotomous key (LS-H-C4)
                           The student will compare characteristics of the major
271205680   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           kingdoms (LS-H-C5)
                           The student will analyze differences in life cycles of
271205681   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           selected organisms in each of the kingdoms (LS-H-C6)
                           The student will compare the structures, functions, and
271205682   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           cycles of viruses to those of cells (LS-H-C7)
                           The student will describe the role of viruses in causing
271205683   Life-Biology   diseases and conditions (e.g., AIDS, common colds,           10
                           smallpox, influenza, warts) (LS-H-C7) (LS-H-G2)
                           The student will illustrate the flow of carbon, nitrogen,
271205684   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           and water through an ecosystem (LS-H-D1) (SE-H-A6)
                           The student will analyze food webs by predicting the
271205685   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           impact of the loss or gain of an organism (LS-H-D2)
                           The student will evaluate the efficiency of the flow of
271205686   Life-Biology   energy and matter through a food chain/pyramid (LS-H-        10
                           D2)
                           The student will analyze the dynamics of a population
271205687   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           with and without limiting factors (LS-H-D3)
                           The student will analyze positive and negative effects of
271205688   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           human actions on ecosystems (LS-H-D4) (SE-H-A7)
                           The student will explain why ecosystems require a
271205689   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           continuous input of energy from the Sun (LS-H-E1)
                           The student will use balanced equations to analyze the
271205690   Life-Biology   relationship between photosynthesis and cellular             10
                           respiration (LS-H-E1)
                           The student will explain the role of adenosine
271205691   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           triphosphate (ATP) in a cell (LS-H-E2)
                           The student will compare the levels of organization in the
271205692   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           biosphere (LS-H-E3)
                           The student will analyze the interrelationships of organs
271205693   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           in major systems (LS-H-F1) (LS-H-E3)
                           The student will compare structure to function of organs
271205694   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           in a variety of organisms (LS-H-F1)
                           The student will explain how body systems maintain
271205695   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           homeostasis (LS-H-F2)
                           The student will explain how selected organisms
271205696   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           respond to a variety of stimuli (LS-H-F3)
                           The student will explain how behavior affects the survival
271205697   Life-Biology                                                                10
                           of species (LS-H-F4)




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              A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                           The student will explain how fitness and health
271205698   Life-Biology   maintenance can result in a longer human life span (LS-        10
                           H-G1)
                           The student will discuss mechanisms of disease
271205699   Life-Biology   transmission and processes of infection (LS-H-G2) (LS-         10
                           H-G4)
                           The student will compare the functions of the basic
271205700   Life-Biology                                                                  10
                           components of the human immune system (LS-H-G3)
                           The student will determine the relationship between
271205701   Life-Biology                                                                  10
                           vaccination and immunity (LS-H-G3)
                           The student will describe causes, symptoms, treatments,
271205702   Life-Biology   and preventions of major communicable and non-                 10
                           communicable diseases (LS-H-G4)
                           The student will summarize the uses of selected
                           technological developments related to the prevention,
271205703   Life-Biology                                                                  10
                           diagnosis, and treatment of diseases or disorders (LS-H-
                           G5)
             Physical      The student will sort objects using one characteristic (PK-
271205704                                                                                 PK
             Science       CS-P2) (PS-E-A1)
             Physical      The student will determine whether objects float or sink
271205705                                                                                 PK
             Science       through investigations (PK-CS-P1) (PS-E-A1)
                           The student will describe properties of materials by using
             Physical      observations made with the aid of equipment such as
271205706                                                                                 PK
             Science       magnets, magnifying glasses, pan balances, and mirrors
                           (PK-CS-P4) (PS-E-A2)
                           The student will determine whether one object weighs
             Physical
271205707                  more or less than another by using a pan balance (PK-          PK
             Science
                           CS-I4) (PS-E-A2)
                           The student will compare the properties of different
             Physical
271205708                  solids and liquids through observation (PK-CS-P1) (PS-E-       PK
             Science
                           A4)
                           The student will identify components of simple mixtures
             Physical
271205709                  (e.g., salt/water, rice/beans, iron filings/sand) (PK-CS-      PK
             Science
                           P1) (PS-E-A5)
             Physical      The student will demonstrate motion by using students’
271205710                                                                                 PK
             Science       own bodies (PK-CS-P3) (PS-E-B3)
             Physical      The student will explore the motion of objects by using
271205711                                                                                 PK
             Science       balls, toy cars, or spinning tops (PK-CS-I2) (PS-E-B3)
             Physical      The student will demonstrate and identify different
271205712                                                                                PK,K,1
             Science       sounds as soft or loud (PK-CS-P3) (PS-E-C1)
             Physical      The student will identify selected substances as hot or
271205713                                                                                 PK
             Science       cold (PK-CS-P2) (PS-E-C3)
             Physical      The student will identify objects by using the senses (PS-
271205714                                                                                  K
             Science       E-A1)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
            Physical   The student will construct patterns by using color, size,
271205715                                                                                K
            Science    and shape of objects (PS-E-A1)
            Physical   The student will sort objects based on their properties
271205716                                                                                K
            Science    (e.g., size, weight, texture) (PS-E-A1)
            Physical   The student will determine whether objects are magnetic
271205717                                                                                K
            Science    or nonmagnetic (PS-E-A1)
            Physical   The student will create and separate mixtures (e.g.,
271205718                                                                                K
            Science    oil/water, rice/beans) (PS-E-A5)
                       The student will follow directions using vocabulary such
            Physical
271205719              as front/back, above/below, right/left, and next to (PS-E-        K
            Science
                       B1)
            Physical   The student will trace the motion of an object, such as a
271205720                                                                                K
            Science    ball or toy car, as it rolls (PS-E-B3)
                       The student will sequence the relative order of the speed
            Physical
271205721              of various objects (e.g., snails, turtles, tricycles, bicycles,   K
            Science
                       cars, airplanes) (PS-E-B3)
            Physical   The student will identify objects that give off heat, such
271205722                                                                                K
            Science    as people, animals, and the Sun (PS-E-C3)
            Physical   The student will sort a group of objects by using multiple
271205723                                                                                1
            Science    characteristics (PS-E-A1)
            Physical
271205724              The student will order objects by weight/mass (PS-E-A1)           1
            Science
                       The student will measure length and width of a variety of
            Physical
271205725              objects and materials by using nonstandard tools, such            1
            Science
                       as a paper clip, cube, shoe, and hands (PS-E-A2)
            Physical   The student will observe and describe common
271205726                                                                                1
            Science    properties of solids, liquids, and gases (PS-E-A4)
            Physical   The student will sort and classify objects by their state of
271205727                                                                                1
            Science    matter (PS-E-A4)
                       The student will demonstrate how sound is made in a
            Physical
271205728              variety of ways (e.g., singing, whispering, striking an           1
            Science
                       object) (PS-E-C1)
                       The student will use a flashlight and various objects and
            Physical
271205729              materials to determine if light is transmitted or reflected       1
            Science
                       (PS-E-C2)
            Physical   The student will demonstrate that light can be reflected
271205730                                                                                1
            Science    onto another object by using a mirror (PS-E-C2)
                       The student will identify some examples where heat is
            Physical
271205731              released (e.g., burning candles, rubbing hands, running)          1
            Science
                       (PS-E-C3)
            Physical   The student will identify materials attracted by magnets
271205732                                                                                1
            Science    (PS-E-C5)
                       The student will determine, through experimentation,
            Physical
271205733              which poles of magnets are attracted to each other and            1
            Science
                       which poles repel each other (PS-E-C5)



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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                       The student will discuss what type of energy makes
            Physical
271205734              objects work (e.g., car/gasoline, waterwheel/water,            1
            Science
                       lamp/electricity) (PS-E-C6) (PS-E-C7)
            Physical   The student will classify objects as bendable or rigid (PS-
271205735                                                                             2
            Science    E-A1)
            Physical   The student will record the temperature of objects
271205736                                                                             2
            Science    (Celsius and Fahrenheit) (PS-E-A1)
                       The student will measure weight/mass and volume of a
            Physical
271205737              variety of objects and materials by using a pan balance        2
            Science
                       and various containers (PS-E-A2)
                       The student will use standard tools to measure objects
            Physical
271205738              or materials (e.g., ruler, meter stick, measuring tape, pan    2
            Science
                       balance, thermometer, graduated cylinder) (PS-E-A2)
                       The student will observe, describe, and record the
            Physical   characteristics of materials that make up different
271205739                                                                             2
            Science    objects (e.g., metal, nonmetal, plastic, rock, wood,
                       paper) (PS-E-A3)
                       The student will describe and illustrate what remains
            Physical
271205740              after water evaporates from a salt or sugar solution (PS-      2
            Science
                       E-A5)
                       The student will observe and describe differences in
            Physical
271205741              motion between objects (e.g., toward/away, cardinal            2
            Science
                       directions) (PS-E-B3)
            Physical   The student will use students’ own voices to
271205742                                                                             2
            Science    demonstrate pitch (e.g., low, high) (PS-E-C1)
                       The student will give examples of objects that vibrate to
            Physical
271205743              produce sound (e.g., drum, stringed instrument, end of a       2
            Science
                       ruler, cymbal) (PS-E-C1)
            Physical   The student will change the direction of light by using a
271205744                                                                             2
            Science    mirror and/or lens (PS-E-C2)
                       The student will describe how light behaves when it
            Physical
271205745              strikes objects and materials (e.g., transparent,              2
            Science
                       translucent, opaque) (PS-E-C2)
            Physical   The student will investigate ways of producing static
271205746                                                                             2
            Science    electricity and describe its effects (PS-E-C4)
            Physical   The student will identify and describe sources of energy
271205747                                                                             2
            Science    used at school, home, and play (PS-E-C7)
                       The student will compare and classify objects on
            Physical   properties determined through experimentation (e.g.,
271205748                                                                             3
            Science    ability to conduct electricity, tendency to float or sink in
                       water) (PS-E-A1)
                       The student will select the appropriate metric system and
            Physical
271205749              U.S. system tools for measuring length, width,                 3
            Science
                       temperature, volume, and mass (PS-E-A2)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                       The student will measure temperature by using
            Physical
271205750              Fahrenheit and Celsius thermometers and compare               3
            Science
                       results (PS-E-A2)
                       The student will compare common objects and identify
            Physical
271205751              the original material from which they are made (e.g.,         3
            Science
                       paper, pencil, comb) (PS-E-A3)
                       The student will investigate and explain conditions under
            Physical
271205752              which matter changes physical states: heating, freezing,      3
            Science
                       evaporating, condensing, boiling (PS-E-A4)
                       The student will demonstrate how force is a push or a
            Physical
271205753              pull by using students’ bodies, toy cars, or balls (PS-E-     3
            Science
                       B2)
                       The student will explain how the amount and direction of
            Physical   force exerted on an object (e.g., push, pull, friction,
271205754                                                                            3
            Science    gravity) determine how much the object will move (PS-E-
                       B2)
                       The student will observe and analyze motion and
            Physical
271205755              position of objects over time (e.g., shadows, apparent        3
            Science
                       path of the Sun across the sky) (PS-E-B3)
            Physical   The student will explain the effect of varying amounts of
271205756                                                                            3
            Science    force on the motion of an object (PS-E-B4)
                       The student will use the words high/low to compare the
            Physical
271205757              pitch of sound and the words loud/soft to compare the         3
            Science
                       volume (amplitude) of sound (PS-E-C1)
            Physical   The student will describe the reflection/absorption
271205758                                                                            3
            Science    properties of various colored objects (PS-E-C2)
            Physical   The student will determine which materials insulate best
271205759                                                                            3
            Science    by using experimental data (PS-E-C3)
            Physical   The student will demonstrate and explain the movement
271205760                                                                            3
            Science    of electricity in closed and open circuits (PS-E-C4)
                       The student will compare and describe the common
            Physical   forms of energy and explain how they are used in
271205761                                                                            3
            Science    everyday life (e.g., light, electricity, heat, mechanical)
                       (PS-E-C6)
            Physical   The student will give examples of how energy can be
271205762                                                                            3
            Science    used to move or lift objects (PS-E-C6)
            Physical   The student will identify simple machines and the tasks
271205763                                                                            3
            Science    they make possible (PS-E-C6)
                       The student will determine linear, volume, and
            Physical
271205764              weight/mass measurements by using both metric system          4
            Science
                       and U.S. system units to compare the results (PS-E-A2)
                       The student will illustrate how heating/cooling affects the
            Physical
271205765              motion of small particles in different phases of matter       4
            Science
                       (PS-E-A4)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                       The student will describe various methods to separate
            Physical
271205766              mixtures (e.g., evaporation, condensation, filtration,        4
            Science
                       magnetism) (PS-E-A5)
                       The student will measure, record, and graph changes in
            Physical
271205767              position over time (e.g., speed of cars, ball rolling down    4
            Science
                       inclined plane) (PS-E-B3)
                       The student will describe how the amount of force
            Physical
271205768              needed to cause an object to change its motion depends        4
            Science
                       on the mass of the object (PS-E-B4)
                       The student will explain the relationship between volume
            Physical
271205769              (amplitude) of sound and energy required to produce the       4
            Science
                       sound (PS-E-C1)
            Physical   The student will compare the rates at which sound
271205770                                                                            4
            Science    travels through solids, liquids, and gases (PS-E-C1)
            Physical   The student will explain the relationship between
271205771                                                                            4
            Science    frequency (rate of vibration) and pitch (PS-E-C1)
            Physical   The student will diagram what happens to white light as it
271205772                                                                            4
            Science    passes through a prism (PS-E-C2)
                       The student will describe how light bends or refracts
            Physical
271205773              when traveling through various materials (e.g., pencil in a   4
            Science
                       glass of water) (PS-E-C2)
            Physical   The student will describe how heat energy moves
271205774                                                                            4
            Science    through a material by conduction (PS-E-C3)
                       The student will give examples of ways heat can be
            Physical
271205775              generated through friction (e.g., rubbing hands) (PS-E-       4
            Science
                       C3)
                       The student will give examples of ways heat can be
            Physical
271205776              produced by conversion from other sources of energy           4
            Science
                       (PS-E-C3)
            Physical   The student will test and classify materials as conductors
271205777                                                                            4
            Science    and insulators of electricity (PS-E-C4)
            Physical   The student will demonstrate how a complete circuit is
271205778                                                                            4
            Science    needed for conducting electricity (PS-E-C4)
            Physical   The student will explain the effects of Earth’s gravity on
271205779                                                                            4
            Science    all objects at or near the surface of Earth (PS-E-C5)
            Physical   The student will describe energy transformations (e.g.,
271205780                                                                            4
            Science    electricity to light, friction to heat) (PS-E-C6)
            Physical   The student will measure a variety of objects in metric
271205781                                                                            5,6
            Science    system units (e.g., volume and mass ) (PS-M-A1)
                       The student will compare the physical properties (e.g.,
            Physical
271205782              density) of large and small quantities of the same type of    5,6
            Science
                       matter (PS-M-A1)
                       The student will describe the structure of atoms and the
            Physical
271205783              electrical charge of protons, neutrons, and electrons (PS-    5
            Science
                       M-A2)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                       The student will compare and identify the physical and
                       chemical properties of various substances and group
            Physical
271205784              substances according to their observable and                    5,6
            Science
                       measurable properties (e.g., conduction, magnetism,
                       light transmission) (PS-M-A3)
                       The student will describe the properties and behavior of
            Physical
271205785              water in its solid, liquid, and gaseous phases (states)         5
            Science
                       (PS-M-A5)
                       The student will describe new substances formed from
            Physical
271205786              common chemical reactions (e.g., burning paper                  5
            Science
                       produces ash) (PS-M-A6)
                       The student will compare, calculate, and graph the
            Physical
271205787              average speeds of objects in motion using both metric           5
            Science
                       system and U.S. system units (PS-M-B1)
                       The student will explain that gravity accelerates all falling
            Physical
271205788              objects at the same rate in the absence of air resistance       5
            Science
                       (PS-M-B3)
                       The student will demonstrate a change in speed or
            Physical
271205789              direction of an object’s motion with the use of                 5
            Science
                       unbalanced forces (PS-M-B5)
            Physical   The student will compare and describe potential and
271205790                                                                              5,6
            Science    kinetic energy and give examples of each (PS-M-C1)
            Physical   The student will classify energy resources as renewable,
271205791                                                                              5
            Science    non-renewable, or inexhaustible (PS-M-C1)
                       The student will identify the Sun as Earth’s primary
            Physical
271205792              energy source and give examples (e.g., photosynthesis,          5
            Science
                       water cycle) to support that conclusion (PS-M-C3)
                       The student will investigate how changes in the position
            Physical
271205793              of a light source and an object alter the size and shape        5
            Science
                       of the shadow (PS-M-C4)
                       The student will identify and describe other types of
            Physical
271205794              energy produced through the use of electricity (e.g.,           5,6
            Science
                       heat, light, mechanical) (PS-M-C6)
                       The student will construct models that replicate atomic
            Physical
271205795              structure for selected common elements from the                 6
            Science
                       periodic table (PS-M-A2)
            Physical   The student will compare physical and chemical changes
271205796                                                                              6
            Science    (PS-M-A3)
            Physical   The student will draw or model the movement of atoms
271205797                                                                              6
            Science    in solid, liquid, and gaseous states (PS-M-A4)
            Physical   The student will simulate how atoms and molecules have
271205798                                                                              6
            Science    kinetic energy exhibited by constant motion (PS-M-A4)
                       The student will determine the temperatures at which
            Physical
271205799              water changes physical phases (e.g., freezing point,            6
            Science
                       melting point, boiling point) (PS-M-A5)




                                       188
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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                       The student will describe the properties of reactants and
            Physical
271205800              products of chemical reactions observed in the lab (PS-        6
            Science
                       M-A6)
            Physical   The student will identify the average atomic masses of
271205801                                                                             6
            Science    given elements using the periodic table (PS-M-A7)
            Physical   The student will compare the masses of reactants and
271205802                                                                             6
            Science    products of a chemical reaction (PS-M-A7)
                       The student will determine the effect of particle size of
            Physical   the same reactants on the rate of chemical reactions
271205803                                                                             6
            Science    during a lab activity (e.g., powdered vs. solid forms) (PS-
                       M-A8)
                       The student will use a variety of resources to identify
            Physical
271205804              elements and compounds in common substances (PS-M-             6
            Science
                       A9)
                       The student will construct and analyze graphs that
            Physical   represent one-dimensional motion (i.e., motion in a
271205805                                                                             6
            Science    straight line) and predict the future positions and speed
                       of a moving object (PS-M-B1)
            Physical   The student will explain why velocity is expressed in both
271205806                                                                             6
            Science    speed and direction (PS-M-B1)
            Physical   The student will compare line graphs of acceleration,
271205807                                                                             6
            Science    constant speed, and deceleration (PS-M-B1)
                       The student will describe and demonstrate that friction is
            Physical
271205808              a force that acts whenever two surfaces or objects move        6
            Science
                       past one another (PS-M-B2)
            Physical   The student will explain how the resistance of materials
271205809                                                                             6
            Science    affects the rate of electrical flow (PS-M-B2)
            Physical   The student will identify forces acting on all objects (PS-
271205810                                                                             6
            Science    M-B3)
            Physical   The student will draw and label a diagram to represent
271205811                                                                             6
            Science    forces acting on an object (PS-M-B4)
                       The student will determine the magnitude and direction
            Physical
271205812              of unbalanced (i.e., net) forces acting on an object (PS-      6
            Science
                       M-B4)
                       The student will demonstrate that an object will remain at
            Physical   rest or move at a constant speed and in a straight line if
271205813                                                                             6
            Science    it is not subjected to an unbalanced force (PS-M-B5) (PS-
                       M-B3)
                       The student will predict the direction of a force applied to
            Physical
271205814              an object and how it will change the speed and direction       6
            Science
                       of the object (PS-M-B5)
            Physical   The student will compare forms of energy (e.g., light,
271205815                                                                             6
            Science    heat, sound, electrical, nuclear, mechanical) (PS-M-C1)




                                       189
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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                       The student will describe and summarize observations of
            Physical
271205816              the transmission, reflection, and absorption of sound,         6
            Science
                       light, and heat energy (PS-M-C1)
                       The student will explain the relationship between work
            Physical
271205817              input and work output by using simple machines (PS-M-          6
            Science
                       C2)
            Physical   The student will explain the law of conservation of
271205818                                                                             6
            Science    energy (PS-M-C2)
                       The student will compare and/or investigate the
            Physical
271205819              relationships among work, power, and efficiency (PS-M-         6
            Science
                       C2)
            Physical   The student will trace energy transformations in a simple
271205820                                                                             6
            Science    system (e.g., flashlight) (PS-M-C2)
            Physical   The student will compare types of electromagnetic
271205821                                                                             6
            Science    waves (PS-M-C3)
                       The student will identify and illustrate key characteristics
            Physical
271205822              of waves (e.g., wavelength, frequency, amplitude) (PS-M-       6
            Science
                       C4)
                       The student will predict the direction in which light will
            Physical   refract when it passes from one transparent material to
271205823                                                                             6
            Science    another (e.g., from air to water, from prism to air) (PS-M-
                       C4)
                       The student will apply the law of reflection and law of
            Physical   refraction to demonstrate everyday phenomena (e.g.,
271205824              how light is reflected from tinted windows, how light is       6
            Science
                       refracted by cameras, telescopes, eyeglasses) (PS-M-
                       C4)
                       The student will determine through experimentation
            Physical
271205825              whether light is reflected, transmitted, and/or absorbed       6
            Science
                       by a given object or material (PS-M-C4)
                       The student will explain the relationship between an
            Physical
271205826              object’s color and the wavelength of light reflected or        6
            Science
                       transmitted to the viewer’s eyes (PS-M-C4)
            Physical   The student will compare how heat is transferred by
271205827                                                                             6
            Science    conduction, convection, and radiation (PS-M-C5)
                       The student will identify conditions under which thermal
            Physical
271205828              energy tends to flow from a system of higher energy to a       6
            Science
                       system of lower energy (PS-M-C5)
                       The student will identify heat energy gains and losses
            Physical
271205829              during exothermic and endothermic chemical reactions           6
            Science
                       (PS-M-C7)
                       The student will identify risks associated with the
            Physical
271205830              production and use of coal, petroleum, hydroelectricity,       6
            Science
                       nuclear energy, and other energy forms (PS-M-C8)
                       The student will identify energy types from their source to
            Physical
271205831              their use and determine if the energy types are                6
            Science
                       renewable, nonrenewable, or inexhaustible (SE-M-A6)



                                      190
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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
                       The student will explain how the use of different energy
            Physical
271205832              resources affects the environment and the economy (SE-       6
            Science
                       M-A6)
            Physical   The student will explain how an inexhaustible resource
271205833                                                                           6
            Science    can be harnessed for energy production (SE-M-A6)
            Physical   The student will describe methods for sustaining
271205834                                                                           6
            Science    renewable resources (SE-M-A6)
                       The student will identify ways people can reuse, recycle,
            Physical
271205835              and reduce the use of resources to improve and protect       6
            Science
                       the quality of life (SE-M-A6)
                       The student will illustrate how various technologies
            Physical   influence resource use in an ecosystem (e.g., forestry
271205836                                                                           6
            Science    management, soil conservation, fishery improvement)
                       (SE-M-A8)
                       The student will identify the elements most often found in
            Physical
271205837              living organisms (e.g., C, N, H, O, P, S, Ca, Fe) (PS-M-     7
            Science
                       A9)
                       The student will determine that all atoms of the same
            Physical
271205838              element are similar to but different from atoms of other     8
            Science
                       elements (PS-M-A2)
                       The student will recognize that elements with the same
            Physical
271205839              number of protons may or may not have the same               8
            Science
                       charge (PS-M-A2)
                       The student will define ions and describe them in terms
            Physical
271205840              of the number of protons, electrons, and their charges       8
            Science
                       (PS-M-A2)
            Physical   The student will demonstrate that Earth has a magnetic
271205841                                                                           8
            Science    field by using magnets and compasses (PS-M-B2)
                       The student will define gravity and describe the
            Physical
271205842              relationship among the force of gravity, the mass of         8
            Science
                       objects, and the distance between objects (PS-M-B2)
                       The student will predict how the gravitational attraction
            Physical   between two masses will increase or decrease when
271205843                                                                           8
            Science    changes are made in the masses or in the distance
                       between the objects (PS-M-B2)
            Physical   The student will explain the relationships among force,
271205844                                                                           8
            Science    mass, and acceleration (PS-M-B5)
                       The student will measure the physical properties of
            Physical
271205845              different forms of matter in metric system units (e.g.,      9
            Science
                       length, mass, volume, temperature) (PS-H-A1)
            Physical   The student will gather and organize data in charts,
271205846                                                                           9
            Science    tables, and graphs (PS-H-A1)
                       The student will distinguish among symbols for atoms,
            Physical
271205847              ions, molecules, and equations for chemical reactions        9
            Science
                       (PS-H-A2)




                                       191
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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SCIENCE
            Physical   The student will name and write chemical formulas using
271205848                                                                           9
            Science    symbols and subscripts (PS-H-A2)
                       The student will identify the three subatomic particles of
            Physical
271205849              an atom by location, charge, and relative mass (PS-H-        9
            Science
                       B1)
                       The student will determine the number of protons,
            Physical   neutrons, and electrons of elements by using the atomic
271205850                                                                           9
            Science    number and atomic mass from the periodic table (PS-H-
                       B1)
            Physical   The student will describe the results of loss/gain of
271205851                                                                           9
            Science    electrons on charges of atoms (PS-H-B1) (PS-H-C5)
            Physical   The student will evaluate the uses and effects of
271205852                                                                           9
            Science    radioactivity in people's daily lives (PS-H-B2)
            Physical   The student will compare nuclear fission to nuclear
271205853                                                                           9
            Science    fusion (PS-H-B2)
                       The student will identify the number of valence electrons
            Physical
271205854              of the first 20 elements based on their positions in the     9
            Science
                       periodic table (PS-H-B3)
                       The student will investigate and classify common
            Physical   materials as elements, compounds, or mixtures
271205855                                                                           9
            Science    (heterogeneous or homogeneous) based on their
                       physical and chemical properties (PS-H-C1)
            Physical   The student will classify elements as metals or
271205856              nonmetals based on their positions in the periodic table     9
            Science
                       (PS-H-C2)
                       The student will predict how factors such as particle size
            Physical
271205857              and temperature influence the rate of dissolving (PS-H-      9
            Science
                       C3)
                       The student will investigate and compare methods for
            Physical
271205858              separating mixtures by using the physical properties of      9
            Science
                       the components (PS-H-C4) (PS-H-C1)
                       The student will using selected elements from atomic
            Physical
271205859              numbers 1 to 20, draw Bohr models (PS-H-C5) (PS-H-           9
            Science
                       B3)
            Physical   The student will name and write the formulas for simple
271205860                                                                           9
            Science    ionic and covalent compounds (PS-H-C5)
                       The student will name and predict the bond type formed
            Physical
271205861              between selected elements based on their locations in        9
            Science
                       the periodic table (PS-H-C5)
                       The student will diagram or construct models of simple
            Physical
271205862              hydrocarbons (four or fewer carbons) with single, double,    9
            Science
                       or triple bonds (PS-H-C6)
                       The student will analyze and interpret a graph that
            Physical
271205863              relates temperature and heat energy absorbed during          9
            Science
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            Physical   The student will predict the particle motion as a
271205864                                                                           9
            Science    substance changes phases (PS-H-C7) (PS-H-C3)
            Physical   The student will classify changes in matter as physical or
271205865                                                                           9
            Science    chemical (PS-H-D1)
            Physical   The student will identify evidence of chemical changes
271205866                                                                           9
            Science    (PS-H-D1)
            Physical   The student will classify unknowns as acidic, basic, or
271205867                                                                           9
            Science    neutral using indicators (PS-H-D2)
                       The student will identify balanced equations as
            Physical
271205868              neutralization, combination, and decomposition reactions     9
            Science
                       (PS-H-D3)
                       The student will determine the effect of various factors
            Physical
271205869              on reaction rate (e.g., temperature, surface area,           9
            Science
                       concentration, agitation) (PS-H-D4)
                       The student will illustrate the laws of conservation of
            Physical
271205870              matter and energy through balancing simple chemical          9
            Science
                       reactions (PS-H-D5) (PS-H-D3) (PS-H-D7)
            Physical   The student will distinguish between endothermic and
271205871                                                                           9
            Science    exothermic reactions (PS-H-D6)
            Physical   The student will identify chemical reactions that
271205872                                                                           9
            Science    commonly occur in the home and nature (PS-H-D7)
            Physical   The student will differentiate between mass and weight
271205873                                                                           9
            Science    (PS-H-E1)
                       The student will compare the characteristics and
            Physical
271205874              strengths of forces in nature (e.g., gravitational,          9
            Science
                       electrical, magnetic, nuclear) (PS-H-E1)
            Physical   The student will differentiate between speed and velocity
271205875                                                                           9
            Science    (PS-H-E2)
            Physical   The student will plot and compare line graphs of
271205876                                                                           9
            Science    acceleration and velocity (PS-H-E2)
            Physical   The student will calculate velocity and acceleration using
271205877                                                                           9
            Science    equations (PS-H-E2)
                       The student will demonstrate Newton’s three laws of
            Physical
271205878              motion (e.g., inertia, net force using F = ma, equal and     9
            Science
                       opposite forces) (PS-H-E3)
                       The student will describe and demonstrate the motion of
            Physical
271205879              common objects in terms of the position of the observer      9
            Science
                       (PS-H-E4)
            Physical   The student will measure and calculate the relationships
271205880                                                                           9
            Science    among energy, work, and power (PS-H-F1)
            Physical   The student will model and explain how momentum is
271205881                                                                           9
            Science    conserved during collisions (PS-H-F2)
            Physical   The student will analyze diagrams to identify changes in
271205882                                                                           9
            Science    kinetic and potential energy (PS-H-F2)




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                        The student will distinguish among thermal, chemical,
            Physical
271205883               electromagnetic, mechanical, and nuclear energy (PS-H-        9
            Science
                        F2)
            Physical    The student will demonstrate energy transformation and
271205884                                                                             9
            Science     conservation in everyday actions (PS-H-F2)

                        The student will identify the parts and investigate the
            Physical
271205885               properties of transverse and compression waves (PS-H-         9
            Science
                        G1)

            Physical    The student will describe the relationship between
271205886                                                                             9
            Science     wavelength and frequency (PS-H-G1)
            Physical    The student will investigate and construct diagrams to
271205887                                                                             9
            Science     illustrate the laws of reflection and refraction (PS-H-G1)
            Physical    The student will illustrate the production of static
271205888                                                                             9
            Science     electricity (PS-H-G2)
            Physical    The student will evaluate diagrams of series and parallel
271205889                                                                             9
            Science     circuits to determine the flow of electricity (PS-H-G2)
            Physical
271205890               The student will diagram a magnetic field (PS-H-G2)           9
            Science
            Physical    The student will explain how electricity and magnetism
271205891                                                                             9
            Science     are related (PS-H-G2)
            Physical    The student will compare properties of waves in the
271205892                                                                             9
            Science     electromagnetic spectrum (PS-H-G3)
            Physical    The student will describe the Doppler effect on sound
271205893                                                                             9
            Science     (PS-H-G3)
                        The student will identify positive and negative effects of
            Physical    electromagnetic/mechanical waves on humans and
271205894                                                                             9
            Science     human activities (e.g., sound, ultraviolet rays, X-rays,
                        MRIs, fiber optics) (PS-H-G4) (PS-H-G3)
                        The student will convert metric system units involving
271205895   Chemistry   length, mass, volume, and time using dimensional             11,12
                        analysis (i.e., factor-label method) (PS-H-A1)
                        The student will differentiate between accuracy and
271205896   Chemistry                                                                11,12
                        precision and evaluate percent error (PS-H-A1)
                        The student will determine the significant figures based
271205897   Chemistry   on precision of measurement for stated quantities (PS-H-     11,12
                        A1)
                        The student will use scientific notation to express large
271205898   Chemistry                                                                11,12
                        and small numbers (PS-H-A1)
                        The student will write and name formulas for ionic and
271205899   Chemistry                                                                11,12
                        covalent compounds (PS-H-A2)
                        The student will write and name the chemical formula for
271205900   Chemistry   the products that form from the reaction of selected         11,12
                        reactants (PS-H-A2)




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                        The student will write a balanced symbolic equation from
271205901   Chemistry                                                                    11,12
                        a word equation (PS-H-A2)
                        The student will analyze the development of the modern
271205902   Chemistry                                                                    11,12
                        atomic theory from a historical perspective (PS-H-B1)
                        The student will draw accurate valence electron
                        configurations and Lewis dot structures for selected
271205903   Chemistry                                                                    11,12
                        molecules, ionic and covalent compounds, and chemical
                        equations (PS-H-B1)
                        The student will differentiate among alpha, beta, and
271205904   Chemistry                                                                    11,12
                        gamma emissions (PS-H-B2)
                        The student will calculate the amount of radioactive
271205905   Chemistry   substance remaining after a given number of half-lives           11,12
                        has passed (PS-H-B2)

                        The student will describe the uses of radioactive
271205906   Chemistry   isotopes and radiation in such areas as plant and animal         11,12
                        research, health care, and food preservation (PS-H-B2)

                        The student will identify the number of bonds an atom
271205907   Chemistry   can form given the number of valence electrons (PS-H-            11,12
                        B3)

                        The student will identify unknowns as elements,
                        compounds, or mixtures based on physical properties
271205908   Chemistry                                                                    11,12
                        (e.g., density, melting point, boiling point, solubility) (PS-
                        H-C1)

                        The student will predict the physical and chemical
271205909   Chemistry   properties of an element based only on its location in the       11,12
                        periodic table (PS-H-C2)
                        The student will predict the stable ion(s) an element is
271205910   Chemistry   likely to form when it reacts with other specified elements      11,12
                        (PS-H-C2)
                        The student will use the periodic table to compare
                        electronegativities and ionization energies of elements to
271205911   Chemistry                                                                    11,12
                        explain periodic properties, such as atomic size (PS-H-
                        C2)
                        The student will given the concentration of a solution,
271205912   Chemistry   calculate the predicted change in its boiling and freezing       11,12
                        points (PS-H-C3)
                        The student will predict the conductivity of a solution (PS-
271205913   Chemistry                                                                    11,12
                        H-C3)
                        The student will express concentration in terms of
271205914   Chemistry                                                                    11,12
                        molarity, molality, and normality (PS-H-C3)




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                        The student will design and conduct a laboratory
271205915   Chemistry   investigation in which physical properties are used to      11,12
                        separate the substances in a mixture (PS-H-C4)
                        The student will predict the kind of bond that will form
                        between two elements based on electronic structure and
271205916   Chemistry                                                               11,12
                        electronegativity of the elements (e.g., ionic, polar,
                        nonpolar) (PS-H-C5)
                        The student will model chemical bond formation by using
271205917   Chemistry   Lewis dot diagrams for ionic, polar, and nonpolar           11,12
                        compounds (PS-H-C5)
                        The student will describe the influence of intermolecular
271205918   Chemistry   forces on the physical and chemical properties of           11,12
                        covalent compounds (PS-H-C5)
                        The student will name selected structural formulas of
271205919   Chemistry                                                               11,12
                        organic compounds (PS-H-C6)
                        The student will differentiate common biological
271205920   Chemistry   molecules, such as carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and     11,12
                        nucleic acids by using structural formulas (PS-H-C6)
                        The student will investigate and model hybridization in
271205921   Chemistry                                                               11,12
                        carbon compounds (PS-H-C6)
                        The student will name, classify, and diagram alkanes,
271205922   Chemistry                                                               11,12
                        alkenes, and alkynes (PS-H-C6)
                        The student will predict the properties of a gas based on
271205923   Chemistry   gas laws (e.g., temperature, pressure, volume) (PS-H-       11,12
                        C7)
                        The student will solve problems involving heat flow and
271205924   Chemistry   temperature changes by using known values of specific       11,12
                        heat and latent heat of phase change (PS-H-C7
                        The student will describe chemical changes and
271205925   Chemistry   reactions using diagrams and descriptions of the            11,12
                        reactants, products, and energy changes (PS-H-D1)
                        The student will determine the concentration of an
271205926   Chemistry   unknown acid or base by using data from a titration with    11,12
                        a standard solution and an indicator (PS-H-D2)
                        The student will calculate pH of acids, bases, and salt
271205927   Chemistry   solutions based on the concentration of hydronium and       11,12
                        hydroxide ions (PS-H-D2)
                        The student will describe chemical changes by
271205928   Chemistry   developing word equations, balanced formula equations,      11,12
                        and net ionic equations (PS-H-D3)
                        The student will predict products (with phase notations)
                        of simple reactions, including acid/base,
271205929   Chemistry                                                               11,12
                        oxidation/reduction, and formation of precipitates (PS-H-
                        D3)




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                        The student will identify the substances gaining and
271205930   Chemistry   losing electrons in simple oxidation-reduction reactions      11,12
                        (PS-H-D3)
                        The student will predict the direction of a shift in
271205931   Chemistry   equilibrium in a system as a result of stress by using        11,12
                        LeChatalier's principle (PS-H-D4)
                        The student will relate the law of conservation of matter
271205932   Chemistry   to the rearrangement of atoms in a balanced chemical          11,12
                        equation (PS-H-D5)
                        The student will conduct an investigation in which the
271205933   Chemistry   masses of the reactants and products from a chemical          11,12
                        reaction are calculated (PS-H-D5)
                        The student will compute percent composition, empirical
271205934   Chemistry   formulas, and molecular formulas of selected                  11,12
                        compounds in chemical reactions (PS-H-D5)
                        The student will apply knowledge of stoichiometry to
271205935   Chemistry   solve mass/mass, mass/volume, volume/volume, and              11,12
                        mole/mole problems (PS-H-D5)
                        The student will differentiate between activation energy
271205936   Chemistry   in endothermic reactions and exothermic reactions (PS-        11,12
                        H-D6)
                        The student will graph and compute the energy changes
                        that occur when a substance, such as water, goes from
271205937   Chemistry                                                                 11,12
                        a solid to a liquid state, and then to a gaseous state (PS-
                        H-D6)
                        The student will measure and graph energy changes
271205938   Chemistry   during chemical reactions observed in the laboratory (PS-     11,12
                        H-D6)
                        The student will give examples of common chemical
271205939   Chemistry   reactions, including those found in biological systems        11,12
                        (PS-H-D7)
                        The student will identify and compare intermolecular
271205940   Chemistry   forces and their effects on physical and chemical             11,12
                        properties (PS-H-E1)
                        The student will assess environmental issues related to
271205941   Chemistry   the storage, containment, and disposal of wastes              11,12
                        associated with energy production and use (PS-H-G4)
                        The student will measure and determine the physical
                        quantities of an object or unknown sample using correct
271205942    Physics                                                                  11,12
                        prefixes and metric system units (e.g., mass, charge,
                        pressure, volume, temperature, density) (PS-H-A1)
                        The student will determine and record measurements
271205943    Physics    correctly using significant digits and scientific notation    11,12
                        (PS-H-A1)
                        The student will determine accuracy and precision of
271205944    Physics                                                                  11,12
                        measured data (PS-H-A1)




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                       The student will perform dimensional analysis to verify
271205945    Physics                                                                11,12
                       problem set-up (PS-H-A1)
                       The student will use trigonometric functions to make
271205946    Physics                                                                11,12
                       indirect measurements (PS-H-A1)
                       The student will explain the role of strong nuclear forces
271205947    Physics                                                                11,12
                       and why they are the strongest of all forces (PS-H-E1)
                       The student will relate gravitational force to mass and
271205948    Physics                                                                11,12
                       distance (PS-H-E1)
                       The student will compare and calculate electrostatic
271205949    Physics   forces acting within and between atoms to the                11,12
                       gravitational forces acting between atoms (PS-H-E1)
                       The student will describe and measure motion in terms
271205950    Physics   of position, displacement time, and the derived quantities   11,12
                       of velocity and acceleration (PS-H-E2)

                       The student will determine constant velocity and uniform
271205951    Physics                                                                11,12
                       acceleration mathematically and graphically (PS-H-E2)

                       The student will plot and interpret displacement-time and
271205952    Physics   velocity-time graphs and explain how these two types of      11,12
                       graphs are interrelated (PS-H-E2)
                       The student will model scalar and vector quantities (PS-
271205953    Physics                                                                11,12
                       H-E2)
                       The student will solve for missing variables in kinematic
271205954    Physics                                                                11,12
                       equations relating to actual situations (PS-H-E2)
                       The student will add and resolve vectors graphically and
271205955    Physics   mathematically to determine resultant/equilibrant of         11,12
                       concurrent force vectors (PS-H-E3)
                       The student will calculate centripetal force and
271205956    Physics                                                                11,12
                       acceleration in circular motion (PS-H-E3)
                       The student will analyze circular motion to solve
271205957    Physics   problems relating to angular velocity, acceleration,         11,12
                       momentum, and torque (PS-H-E3)
                       The student will analyze simple harmonic motion (PS-H-
271205958    Physics                                                                11,12
                       E3)
                       The student will demonstrate the independence of
                       perpendicular components in projectile motion and
271205959    Physics                                                                11,12
                       predict the optimum angles and velocities of projectiles
                       (PS-H-E3)
                       The student will explain quantitatively the conversion
271205960    Physics   between kinetic and potential energy for objects in          11,12
                       motion (e.g., roller coaster, pendulum) (PS-H-F1)

                       The student will calculate the mechanical advantage and
271205961    Physics   efficiency of simple machines and explain the loss of        11,12
                       efficiency using the dynamics of the machines (PS-H-F1)




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                       The student will explain and calculate the conversion of
271205962    Physics   one form of energy to another (e.g., chemical to thermal,     11,12
                       thermal to mechanical, magnetic to electrical) (PS-H-F1)

                       The student will analyze energy transformations using
271205963    Physics                                                                 11,12
                       the law of conservation of energy (PS-H-F2)
                       The student will apply the law of conservation of
271205964    Physics   momentum to collisions in one and two dimensions,             11,12
                       including angular momentum (PS-H-F2)
                       The student will apply the concept of momentum to
271205965    Physics   actual situations with different masses and velocities (PS-   11,12
                       H-F2)
                       The student will determine the relationships among
271205966    Physics   amplitude, wavelength, frequency, period, and velocity in     11,12
                       different media (PS-H-G1)
                       The student will evaluate how different media affect the
271205967    Physics   properties of reflection, refraction, diffraction,            11,12
                       polarization, and interference (PS-H-G1)
                       The student will investigate and construct diagrams to
271205968    Physics                                                                 11,12
                       illustrate the laws of reflection and refraction (PS-H-G1)
                       The student will draw constructive and destructive
271205969    Physics   interference patterns and explain how the principle of        11,12
                       superposition applies to wave propagation (PS-H-G1)
                       The student will describe observed electrostatic
271205970    Physics   phenomena, calculate Coulomb’s law, and test charge           11,12
                       pole, electric field, and magnetic field (PS-H-G2)
                       The student will construct basic electric circuits and
271205971    Physics   solve problems involving voltage, current, resistance,        11,12
                       power, and energy (PS-H-G2)
                       The student will describe the relationship of electricity,
271205972    Physics   magnetism, and inductance as aspects of a single              11,12
                       electromagnetic force (PS-H-G2)
                       The student will compare properties of electromagnetic
271205973    Physics                                                                 11,12
                       and mechanical waves (PS-H-G3)
                       The student will solve problems related to sound and
271205974    Physics                                                                 11,12
                       light in different media (PS-H-G3)
                       The student will compare the properties of the
271205975    Physics   electromagnetic spectrum as a wave and as a particle          11,12
                       (PS-H-G3)
                       The student will analyze the Doppler effect of a moving
271205976    Physics                                                                 11,12
                       wave source (PS-H-G3)




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GO+A373ALS
                          The student will follow rules, access goods and services, interact
              Alternate
 291206000                appropriately with others, participate in community decisions and career
             Assessment
                          development, and negotiate the environment safely. (SS 1-4)
              Alternate
 291206001                The student will demonstrate a spatial understanding of the earth.
             Assessment
                          The student will address Louisiana Social Studies Standard 2 (SS2) by
              Alternate   demonstrating knowledge of interpersonal, national, and international
 291206002
             Assessment   relationships as they relate to their government and civic rights and
                          responsibilities.
                          The student will demonstrate an understanding of fundamental economic
              Alternate
 291206003                concepts as they relate to individuals, households, businesses, and/or
             Assessment
                          governments. (SS3)

              Alternate   The student will demonstrate an understanding of personal, community,
 291206004
             Assessment   national, and/or world history. (SS4)

              Alternate   The student will increase his/her social studies skills in the areas of
 291206005
             Assessment   geography, civics, economics, and history at a __ grade level.

                          The student will describe the Earth's surface and the processes that shape
              Alternate
 291206006                it, the connections between people and places, and the relationship
             Assessment
                          between man and his environment.
                          The student will describe the structure and purposes of government, the
              Alternate   foundations of the American democratic system, and the role of the United
 291206007
             Assessment   States in the world, while learning about the rights and responsibilities of
                          citizenship.
                          The student will describe fundamental economic concepts as they apply to
              Alternate
 291206008                the interdependence and decision making of individuals, households,
             Assessment
                          businesses, and governments in the United States and the world.
                          The student will demonstrate a sense of historical time and historical
              Alternate
 291206009                perspective as they study the history of their community, state, nation, and
             Assessment
                          world.
                          The student will increase his/her social studies skills in the areas of
 291206010    General     geography, civics, economics, and history from a _ level to a _ level using
                          the _ grade curriculum
 291206011    General     Insert Social Studies Goal Here
                          The student will improve understanding of the structure and purposes of
                          government, foundations of the American democratic system, and the role
 291206012     Civics
                          of the United States in the world, while learning about the rights and
                          responsibilities of citizenship

                          The student will increase social studies skills in the area of Civics using
 291206013     Civics
                          the _ grade curriculum while maintaining a passing grade




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                        The student will increase social studies skills from a _ level to a _ level by
291206014     Civics    understanding the structure and purposes of government, the foundation
                        of the American democratic system, and the role of the U.S. in the world

                        The student will improve understanding of fundamental economic
                        concepts as they apply to the interdependence and decision making of
291206015   Economics
                        individuals, households, businesses, and governments in the United
                        States and the world

                        The student will increase social studies skills in the area of Economics
291206016   Economics
                        using the _ grade curriculum while maintaining a passing grade

                        The student will increase social studies skills from a _ level to a _ level by
                        understanding economic concepts as they apply to the interdependence
291206017   Economics
                        and decision making of individuals, households, businesses, and
                        governments in the United States and the world
                        The student will improve spatial understanding of the Earth's surface, and
291206018   Geography   the processes that shape it, the connection between people and places,
                        and the relationship between man and his environment

                        The student will increase social studies skills in the area of Geography
291206019   Geography
                        using the _ grade curriculum while maintaining a passing grade

                        The student will increase social studies skills from a _ level to a _ level by
291206020   Geography   interpreting and disseminating information involving geographical skills and
                        the correlation between people, places, and government
                        The student will improve a sense of historical time and historical
291206021     History   perspective as he/she studies the history of his/her community, state,
                        nation, and world

                        The student will increase social studies skills in the area of history using
291206022     History
                        the _ grade curriculum while maintaining a passing grade

                        The student will increase social studies skills from a _ level to a _ level by
291206023     History   gaining a sense of historical time and historical perspective as he/she
                        studies the history of his/her community, state, nation, and world




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OBJECTIVES
              Alternate
 291206101                The student will respond to greetings from new/unfamiliar people.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 291206102                The student will greet familiar people.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 291206103                The student will greet new/unfamiliar people.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 291206104                The student will communicate "hello" and "goodbye".
             Assessment
              Alternate
 291206105                The student will solicit attention appropriately.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 291206106                The student will take turns.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 291206107                The student will assist peers/adults upon request.
             Assessment
              Alternate   The student will recognize need for and offer/provide assistance to
 291206108
             Assessment   peer/adult.
              Alternate
 291206109                The student will share experiences/ideas with others.
             Assessment
              Alternate   The student will maintain appropriate behavior during daily classroom
 291206110
             Assessment   activities.
              Alternate
 291206111                The student will maintain appropriate behavior during mainstream classes.
             Assessment
              Alternate   The student will maintain appropriate behavior during ancillary classes
 291206112
             Assessment   (music, library, PE/APE, etc.).
              Alternate
 291206113                The student will maintain appropriate behavior during daily school routine.
             Assessment
              Alternate   The student will maintain appropriate behavior during special events
 291206114
             Assessment   (assembly, party, etc.) at school.
              Alternate   The student will maintain appropriate behavior during Community Based
 291206115
             Assessment   Activities.
              Alternate   The student will maintain appropriate behavior when working with
 291206116
             Assessment   new/unfamiliar people.
              Alternate   The student will maintain appropriate behavior in familiar/unfamiliar
 291206117
             Assessment   situations.
              Alternate
 291206118                The student will ask for permission before taking/using others' things.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 291206119                The student will use materials/objects carefully to avoid damaging them.
             Assessment
              Alternate
 291206120                The student will put materials away appropriately when finished.
             Assessment




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             Alternate   The student will maintain conversation/interaction by attending to his/her
291206121
            Assessment   communication partner and taking turns interacting.
             Alternate   The student will interact appropriately with others by sharing and taking
291206122
            Assessment   turns.
             Alternate
291206123                The student will interact appropriately with others by being kind and gentle.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206124                The student will demonstrate respect for property and/or rights of others.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206125                The student will follow rules during daily classroom activities.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206126                The student will follow rules during mainstream classes.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will follow rules during ancillary classes (music, library,
291206127
            Assessment   PE/APE, etc.).
             Alternate
291206128                The student will follow rules during daily school routine.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will follow rules during special events (assembly, party, etc.) at
291206129
            Assessment   school.
             Alternate
291206130                The student will follow rules in various settings.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206131                The student will pack/unpack his/her book sack daily.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206132                The student will take off/hang up/put on coat as needed.
            Assessment
             Alternate   Given a purse/wallet/coin purse, the student will demonstrate responsibility
291206133
            Assessment   for personal belongings.
             Alternate   Given bookrack/coat/clothing articles, the student will demonstrate
291206134
            Assessment   responsibility for personal belongings.
             Alternate   Given personal school supplies, the student will demonstrate responsibility
291206135
            Assessment   for personal belongings.
             Alternate
291206136                The student will take out/put away needed materials.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will use/care for the following adaptive equipment safely and
291206137
            Assessment   appropriately:_________________.
             Alternate
291206138                The student will demonstrate responsibility for personal belongings.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206139                The student will perform simple classroom jobs.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will perform the following simple classroom
291206140
            Assessment   jobs:______________.
             Alternate
291206141                The student will perform jobs/errands on the school campus.
            Assessment




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             Alternate   The student will perform the following jobs/errands on the school campus:
291206142
            Assessment   ______________.
             Alternate   The student will perform assigned tasks/jobs in Community Based
291206143
            Assessment   Activities.
             Alternate   The student will perform the following assigned tasks/jobs in Community
291206144
            Assessment   Based Activities: ________________.
             Alternate   The student will perform the following responsibilities:
291206145
            Assessment   ____________________.
             Alternate
291206146                The student will attend school activities (assembly, party, fire drills, etc.).
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will actively participate in school activities (assembly, party,
291206147
            Assessment   fire drills, etc.).
             Alternate   The student will actively participate in cooperative group or team activities
291206148
            Assessment   appropriately.
             Alternate   The student will participate in group activities/decisions by answering
291206149
            Assessment   questions regarding choices/preferences.
             Alternate   The student will participate in group activities/decisions by answering
291206150
            Assessment   yes/no questions.
             Alternate   The student will participate in group activities/decisions by selecting an
291206151
            Assessment   activity from a choice of two.
             Alternate   The student will participate in group activities/decisions by contributing
291206152
            Assessment   ideas/suggestions.
             Alternate   The student will participate in group activities/decisions by serving as a
291206153
            Assessment   contributing member of a group/team.
             Alternate   The student will participate in the following school/community campaigns:
291206154
            Assessment   ____________________________.
             Alternate   The student will participate in information gathering activities (polls, etc.)
291206155
            Assessment   by _______________________.
             Alternate   The student will participate in class, school, or mock elections by
291206156
            Assessment   _________________________.
             Alternate   The student will relax and maintain positioning to be safely transported
291206157
            Assessment   through school environments.
             Alternate   The student will relax and maintain positioning to be safely transported
291206158
            Assessment   through school and community environments.
             Alternate
291206159                The student will enter and exit rooms/buildings appropriately and safely.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will move safely through the following entrances/exits:
291206160
            Assessment   ___________ (sliding doors, automatic doors, etc.).
             Alternate   The student will move safely through all smooth, level areas of the school
291206161
            Assessment   campus.
             Alternate   The student will move safely through smooth, level areas in school and
291206162
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             Alternate   The student will move safely through all areas (even and uneven) of the
291206163
            Assessment   school campus.
             Alternate   The student will move safely through all areas (even and uneven) in school
291206164
            Assessment   and community environments.
             Alternate   The student will move safely up and down steps/stairs on the school
291206165
            Assessment   campus.
             Alternate   The student will move safely up and down steps/stairs in school and
291206166
            Assessment   community environments.
             Alternate   The student will safely access the following means of transportation :
291206167
            Assessment   _________________.
             Alternate
291206168                The student will check out leisure or informational items.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206169                The student will check out books or other items from the school library.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206170                The student will purchase items by directly selecting the desired item.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206171                The student will purchase items by selecting items from a menu/array.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206172                The student will purchase items from a vending machine.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate the ability to use the following technology
291206173
            Assessment   devices: ___________.
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate the ability to use the following appliances:
291206174
            Assessment   ___________.
             Alternate
291206175                The student will demonstrate the ability to use the telephone/TTY.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate the ability to use a variety of
291206176
            Assessment   telephones/TTYs (home, pay phone, etc.).
             Alternate   The student will cooperate with familiar staff members during
291206177
            Assessment   instructional/therapy activities.
             Alternate
291206178                The student will cooperate with peers during instructional activities.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will cooperate with peers/adults during non-
291206179
            Assessment   instructional/unstructured activities.
             Alternate   The student will interact with various workers in the school setting by:
291206180
            Assessment   _____.
             Alternate   The student will request items/assistance from various workers in the
291206181
            Assessment   school setting.
             Alternate
291206182                The student will interact with various workers in the community by _____.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will request items/assistance from various workers in the
291206183
            Assessment   community.




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             Alternate   The student will appropriately access community resources and services
291206184
            Assessment   for leisure activities.
             Alternate   The student will appropriately access community resources and services
291206185
            Assessment   for health needs.
             Alternate   The student will appropriately access community resources and services
291206186
            Assessment   for transportation needs.
             Alternate   The student will appropriately access community resources and services
291206187
            Assessment   for vocational needs.
             Alternate
291206188                The student will appropriately access community resources and services.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206189                The student will participate in one-step job activities.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206190                The student will participate in two-step job activities.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206191                The student will participate in three or more-step job activities.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206192                The student will identify various types/functions of workers.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206193                The student will participate in career awareness activities.
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206194                The student will participate in school/community activities appropriately.
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will participate in the following school/community activities
291206195
            Assessment   appropriately: _________________.
             Alternate   The student will differentiate between work days and holidays on a weekly
291206196
            Assessment   calendar. (SS4)
             Alternate   The student will indicate home address and work address through the use
291206197
            Assessment   of ID card. (SS4)
             Alternate
291206198                The student will use transportation to get to selected destination. (SS4)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will maintain pictorial, written, or videotape history of job
291206199
            Assessment   experience. (SS4)
             Alternate   The student will follow a calendar to identify workdays, holidays,
291206200
            Assessment   weekends, etc. (SS4)
             Alternate
291206201                The student will sign in/out at work. (SS4)
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206202                The student will demonstrate wheelchair mobility and safety. (SS1)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will locate restrooms, fitting rooms, telephones, cashiers in
291206203
            Assessment   specific stores. (SS1)
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate independent use of local buses for
291206204
            Assessment   transportation needs. (SS1)




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             Alternate
291206205                The student will identify Louisiana on a map of the United States. (SS1)
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206206                The student will use transportations to get to selected destination. (SS1)
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206207                The student will follow a map to get to a selected destination. (SS1)
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206208                The student will follow cues to cross a street safely. (SS1)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will follow a calendar to identify workdays, holidays,
291206209
            Assessment   weekends, etc. (SS1)
             Alternate   The student will follow procedures and/or routines at school, job site, and
291206210
            Assessment   community. (SS1)
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate age appropriate social, nonverbal, rituals.
291206211
            Assessment   (SS2)
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate age appropriate public behavior and
291206212
            Assessment   manners. (SS2)
             Alternate   The student will locate restrooms, fitting rooms, telephones, cashiers in
291206213
            Assessment   specific stores. (SS2)
             Alternate   The student will communicate with clerks in a concise, courteous manner.
291206214
            Assessment   (SS2)
             Alternate
291206215                The student will demonstrate appropriate waiting-in-line behavior. (SS2)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will demonstrate independent use of local buses for
291206216
            Assessment   transportation needs. (SS2)
             Alternate   The student will maintain walking pace with companion and/or group in a
291206217
            Assessment   public setting. (SS2)
             Alternate   The student will practice procedure for dealing with inappropriate
291206218
            Assessment   approaches from strangers. (SS2)
             Alternate
291206219                The student will use public health clinic as needed. (SS2)
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206220                The student will use post office to mail letter. (SS2)
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206221                The student will engage in cooperative activities with informal rules. (SS2)
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206222                The student will identify and imitate positive peer behaviors. (SS2)
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206223                The student will develop specific recreational skills for activity. (SS2)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will assist peers and/or co-workers when asked for help.
291206224
            Assessment   (SS2)
             Alternate   The student will participate in class, school, or local decisions/elections.
291206225
            Assessment   (SS2)




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             Alternate
291206226                The student will resolve conflicts with peers. (SS2)
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206227                The student will recall and execute routine housekeeping chores. (SS3)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will locate restrooms, fitting rooms, telephones, cashiers in
291206228
            Assessment   specific stores. (SS3)
             Alternate
291206229                The student will use name stamp to endorse simulated paycheck. (SS3)
            Assessment
             Alternate
291206230                The student will ask for assistance when needed. (SS3)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will complete work assignments on job sites or at school.
291206231
            Assessment   (SS3)
             Alternate   The student will maintain pictorial, written, or videotape history of job
291206232
            Assessment   experience. (SS3)
             Alternate
291206233                The student will express career interests. (SS3)
            Assessment
             Alternate   The student will follow procedures and/or routines at school, job site, and
291206234
            Assessment   community. (SS3)
291206235    General     Insert Social Studies Objective Here
291206236    General     Insert Social Studies Objective Here
291206237    General     Insert Social Studies Objective Here
291206238    General     Insert Social Studies Objective Here
291206239    General     Insert Social Studies Objective Here
291206240    General     Insert Social Studies Objective Here
                         The student will discuss ways people can help each other
291206241     Civics     (e.g., sharing, paying attention, and taking turns) (PK-SC-         PK
                         C1) (C-1D-E4)
                         The student will participate in patriotic activities (PK-CSS-
291206242     Civics                                                                         PK
                         C2) (C-1D-E4)
                         The student will identify home, school, and class rules, and
291206243     Civics                                                                         K,1
                         the persons responsible for enforcement (C-1A-E1)
                         The student will identify governmental employees and their
291206244     Civics                                                                         K
                         roles (e.g., postal workers, police) (C-1A-E2)
                         The student will identify reasons for home and classroom
291206245     Civics                                                                         K,1
                         rules and consequences (C-1A-E7)
                         The student will identify responsibilities the student has at
291206246     Civics                                                                         K
                         home and at school (C-1B-E2)
                         The student will describe the student’s role as a member of
291206247     Civics                                                                         K
                         the family, class, and school (C-1D-E4)
                         The student will explain the necessity of establishing
291206248     Civics                                                                         1
                         leadership and order at school (C-1A-E2)




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                        The student will identify and recognize the current president
291206249     Civics                                                                      1
                        of the United States (C-1A-E5)
                        The student will explain the process of voting using
291206250     Civics                                                                      1
                        classroom issues (C-1A-E6)
                        The student will define the meaning of the term classroom
291206251     Civics                                                                          1,2
                        citizen and community citizen (C-1D-E1)
                        The student will identify patriotic songs and American
291206252     Civics                                                                          1
                        symbols (C-1D-E4)
                        The student will identify ways to participate in public service
291206253     Civics    within school or community (e.g. volunteer, donations) (C-1D-         1
                        E5)
                        The student will identify local, community, and parish laws,
291206254     Civics    and the persons responsible for making and enforcing them             2
                        (C-1A-E1)
                        The student will identify the necessity of local government
291206255     Civics                                                                          2
                        and how it helps meet the basic needs of society (C-1A-E2)
                        The student will describe major responsibilities of local
291206256     Civics                                                                          2
                        government (C-1A-E4)
                        The student will identify key government positions at the
291206257     Civics    local level, their powers, and limits on their powers (C-1A-          2
                        E5)
                        The student will explain how government officials at the local
291206258     Civics                                                                          2
                        level are elected (C-1A-E6)
                        The student will explain the need/purpose/importance of
291206259     Civics    having rules in the school, community, and society (C-1A-             2
                        E7)
                        The student will explain how citizens help leaders in a
291206260     Civics                                                                          2
                        community solve problems (C-1B-E2)
                        The student will define the meaning of the term community
291206261     Civics                                                                          2
                        citizen (C-1D-E1)
                        The student will identify examples of responsible citizenship
291206262     Civics                                                                          2
                        in the school and community settings (C-1D-E2)
                        The student will discuss the elements of fair play and good
291206263     Civics    sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others,         2
                        and respect for rules (C-1D-E3)
                        The student will describe actions individuals or groups may
291206264     Civics                                                                          2
                        take to improve their community (C-1D-E4)
                        The student will explain the significance of national holidays
291206265     Civics    and the achievements of the people associated with them (C-           2
                        1D-E4)
                        The student will identify a community issue and describe
291206266     Civics                                                                          2
                        how good citizenship can help solve the problem (C-1D-E5)
                        The student will identify state laws, and the persons
291206267     Civics                                                                          3
                        responsible for making and enforcing them (C-1A-E1)




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                        The student will identify the necessity of state government
291206268     Civics                                                                      3
                        and how it helps meet the basic needs of society (C-1A-E2)
                        The student will describe major responsibilities of state
291206269     Civics                                                                      3
                        government (C-1A-E4)
                        The student will identify key government positions at the
291206270     Civics    state level, their powers, and limits on their powers (C-1A-      3
                        E5)
                        The student will explain how government officials at the state
291206271     Civics                                                                      3
                        and national levels are elected (C-1A-E6)
                        The student will define laws and explain the difference
291206272     Civics                                                                      3
                        between laws and rules (C-1A-E7)
                        The student will explain the responsibilities of individuals in
291206273     Civics    making a community and state a better place to live (C-1B-        3
                        E2)
                        The student will identify the qualities of people who were
291206274     Civics    leaders and good citizens as shown by their honesty,              3
                        courage, trustworthiness, and patriotism (C-1D-E3)
                        The student will identify a state issue and describe how good
291206275     Civics    citizenship can help solve the problem (e.g., participation in    3
                        an anti-litter campaign) (C-1D-E5)
                        The student will identify the necessity or basic purposes of
                        government in such terms as establishing order, providing
291206276     Civics                                                                      4
                        security, managing conflict, and providing services (C-1A-
                        E2)
                        The student will distinguish between limited government and
291206277     Civics                                                                      4
                        unlimited government (C-1A-E3)
                        The student will explain the role of government and the rights
291206278     Civics                                                                      4
                        of citizens (C-1A-E3)
                        The student will identify the three branches of the federal
291206279     Civics    government and describe their major responsibilities (C-1A-       4
                        E4)
                        The student will identify key government positions at the
291206280     Civics    national level, their respective powers, and limits on their      4
                        powers (C-1A-E5)
                        The student will distinguish between elected and appointed
291206281     Civics    officials and give examples of each at the local, state, and      4
                        national levels (C-1A-E6)
                        The student will identify the purpose and importance of a rule
291206282     Civics                                                                      4
                        or a law (C-1A-E7)
                        The student will describe the significance of the Declaration
                        of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and its principles of
291206283     Civics                                                                      4
                        democracy, and the Bill of Rights (e.g., basic freedoms) (C-
                        1B-E1)
                        The student will explain the similarities between the
291206284     Civics                                                                      4
                        Louisiana and U.S. Constitutions (C-1B-E1)



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                        The student will explain the concept of nation with reference
291206285     Civics                                                                       4
                        to countries, governments, and peoples (C-1C-E1)
                        The student will identify ways nations interact and why
291206286     Civics    interactions are important (e.g., treaties, diplomacy) (C-1C-      4
                        E1)
                        The student will identify the United Nations and its role in
291206287     Civics                                                                       4
                        international peace keeping (C-1C-E1)
                        The student will identify the means by which individuals
291206288     Civics                                                                       4
                        become U.S. citizens (C-1D-E1)
                        The student will identify the rights and responsibilities of
291206289     Civics    citizenship in making the nation a better place to live (C-1D-     4
                        E2)
                        The student will discuss civic traits of good citizenship that
                        are important to the preservation and improvement of
291206290     Civics    American constitutional democracy, using an excerpt from a         4
                        speech, address, or essay which illustrates those traits (C-
                        1D-E3) (C-1D-E4)
                        The student will identify a national issue and describe how
291206291     Civics                                                                       4
                        good citizenship can help solve the problem (C-1D-E5)
                        The student will compare aspects of American colonial
                        government (e.g., role of the British parliament and Crown)
291206292     Civics                                                                       5
                        to present-day U.S. local, state, and national government (C-
                        1A-M5)
                        The student will identify the essential elements of Greek and
291206293     Civics    Roman government that would later influence the U.S.               6
                        government (C-1B-M1)
                        The student will explain and evaluate the major purposes of
291206294     Civics                                                                       7
                        government (C-1A-M1)
                        The student will explain the meaning of the term federalism
291206295     Civics                                                                       7
                        (C-1A-M2)
                        The student will distinguish between various forms of
291206296     Civics    government (e.g., monarchy, totalitarian) and describe their       7
                        characteristics and organization (C-1A-M2)
                        The student will explain how separation of powers limits
291206297     Civics    government and describe the U.S. government system of              7
                        checks and balances (C-1A-M3)
                        The student will identify the powers of the U.S. federal
291206298     Civics    government and the powers it shares with state                     7
                        governments according to the U.S. Constitution (C-1A-M3)
                        The student will identify the structure and powers of the three
291206299     Civics    branches of the federal government, the limits of those            7
                        powers, and key positions within each branch (C-1A-M5)
                        The student will identify qualifications and terms of office for
291206300     Civics                                                                       7
                        elected officials at the national level (C-1A-M6)




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                        The student will identify current government leaders at the
291206301     Civics                                                                       7
                        national level (C-1A-M6)
                        The student will describe the powers/responsibilities and
291206302     Civics    limits of power for government officials at the national level     7
                        (C-1A-M6)
                        The student will explain how a bill becomes law at the
291206303     Civics                                                                       7
                        federal level (C-1A-M7)
                        The student will examine a given law or court ruling and
291206304     Civics    evaluate it based on given criteria (e.g., Dred Scott decision)    7
                        (C-1A-M7)
                        The student will evaluate a type of tax in an historical context
291206305     Civics                                                                       7
                        (e.g., Stamp Act, Tea Tax) (C-1A-M10)
                        The student will identify problems the United States faced
291206306     Civics    after the American Revolution that led to the writing of the       7
                        U.S. Constitution (C-1B-M1)
                        The student will compare and contrast the Articles of
291206307     Civics                                                                       7
                        Confederation with the U.S. Constitution (C-1B-M1)
                        The student will identify the roles of the Continental
                        Congress and the Great Compromise in forming the
291206308     Civics                                                                       7
                        American constitutional government and the federal union (C-
                        1B-M1)
                        The student will identify the arguments of the Federalists and
291206309     Civics                                                                       7
                        Anti-Federalists (C-1B-M1)
                        The student will explain how historical English documents,
291206310     Civics    such as the Magna Carta, influenced American democracy             7
                        (C-1B-M1)
                        The student will explain how ancient governments influenced
291206311     Civics                                                                       7
                        American democracy and culture (C-1B-M1)
                        The student will describe historical experiences and factors
291206312     Civics    that defined, influenced, and helped shape American political      7
                        culture (C-1B-M2)
                        The student will define and explain the ideas expressed in
291206313     Civics    the Mayflower Compact and the Declaration of                       7
                        Independence (C-1B-M3)
                        The student will explain the principles of government
291206314     Civics                                                                       7
                        embodied in the U.S. Constitution (C-1B-M3)
                        The student will analyze methods used to institute change or
291206315     Civics    resolve social conflict in U.S. history (e.g., War of 1812,        7
                        states’ rights theory) (C-1B-M4)
                        The student will explain how changes are made in a
291206316     Civics                                                                       7
                        democratic society (C-1B-M5)
                        The student will describe the role of political parties in the
291206317     Civics                                                                       7
                        American political system (C-1B-M6)
                        The student will describe political divisions of the world
291206318     Civics                                                                       7
                        (nation-states) (C-1C-M1)



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                        The student will explain various processes/strategies nations
291206319     Civics                                                                         7
                        use to interact (C-1C-M1)
                        The student will explain how U.S. foreign policy is formed
291206320     Civics                                                                         7
                        and carried out (C-1C-M2)
                        The student will identify types of foreign policy issues with
291206321     Civics    reference to current and historical examples (e.g., Middle           7
                        East conflicts) (C-1C-M3)
                        The student will identify the qualifications or requirements for
291206322     Civics                                                                         7
                        U.S. citizenship, including naturalization (C-1D-M1)
                        The student will explain the importance of various rights and
291206323     Civics    responsibilities of citizenship to the individual or to society at   7
                        large (e.g., Bill of Rights) (C-1D-M2)
                        The student will explain issues involving rights and
291206324     Civics    responsibilities of individuals in American society (e.g., rights    7
                        of individuals with disabilities) (C-1D-M3)
                        The student will identify the powers of state government as
                        defined in the Louisiana Constitution and compare/contrast
291206325     Civics                                                                         8
                        those powers to the powers of the federal government (C-1A-
                        M3)
                        The student will explain the purposes of state constitutions
291206326     Civics    and describe the relationship of the Louisiana Constitution to       8
                        the U.S. Constitution (C-1A-M4)
                        The student will identify the structure and powers of the three
291206327     Civics    branches of the state government, the limits of those                8
                        powers, and key positions within each branch (C-1A-M5)
                        The student will describe the various forms of local
291206328     Civics                                                                         8
                        government in Louisiana (C-1A-M5)
                        The student will describe the powers/responsibilities and
291206329     Civics    limits of power for government officials at the local and state      8
                        levels in Louisiana (C-1A-M6)
                        The student will identify qualifications and terms of office for
291206330     Civics    key leaders/representatives at the state and local levels (C-        8
                        1A-M6)
                        The student will identify current government leaders at the
291206331     Civics    local, state, and national levels in the United States (C-1A-        8
                        M6)
                        The student will explain how a bill becomes law at the state
291206332     Civics                                                                         8
                        level (C-1A-M7)
                        The student will list and apply criteria for evaluating rules and
291206333     Civics                                                                         8
                        laws (C-1A-M7)
                        The student will describe ways by which public policies are
291206334     Civics    formed, including the role of lobbyists, special interest            8
                        groups, and constituents (C-1A-M8)
                        The student will explain why taxes are needed and purposes
291206335     Civics                                                                         8
                        for which tax monies/revenues are used (C-1A-M9)




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                        The student will identify types of taxes collected by the local,
291206336     Civics                                                                         8
                        state, and federal government (C-1A-M10)
                        The student will evaluate a type of tax in a historical context
291206337     Civics                                                                         8
                        (e.g., severance tax) (C-1A-M10)
                        The student will explain how the Louisiana Constitution
                        reflects the principles of government set forth in the U.S.
291206338     Civics                                                                         8
                        Constitution (e.g., checks and balance, separation of
                        powers) (C-1B-M3)
                        The student will describe various peaceful ways of resolving
291206339     Civics    political or social conflicts, including majority vote vs.           8
                        consensus (C-1B-M4)
                        The student will analyze how the democratic process has
291206340     Civics                                                                         8
                        been used to institute change in Louisiana (C-1B-M5)
                        The student will explain how the U.S. census is used in the
291206341     Civics    political process and how it affects Louisiana representation        8
                        in Congress (C-1B-M6)
                        The student will describe the role of the Electoral College
291206342     Civics                                                                         8
                        and how Louisiana participates in that system (C-1B-M6)
                        The student will explain how political parties, campaigns, and
291206343     Civics    elections provide opportunities for citizens to participate in       8
                        government (C-1B-M6)
                        The student will explain the role of nation-states in various
                        alliances and international organizations (e.g., NATO, the
291206344     Civics                                                                         8
                        United Nations, OPEC) and identify effects of their decisions
                        upon Louisiana (C-1C-M1)
                        The student will explain how U.S. foreign policy has affected
291206345     Civics                                                                         8
                        Louisiana (e.g., tariffs, NAFTA) (C-1C-M2)
                        The student will identify individual rights guaranteed in the
291206346     Civics                                                                         8
                        Louisiana Constitution (C-1D-M2)
                        The student will describe ways by which citizens can
291206347     Civics    organize, monitor, or influence government and politics at           8
                        the local, state, and national levels (C-1D-M4)
                        The student will explain the importance of being an informed
291206348     Civics    citizen on public issues, recognizing propaganda, and                8
                        knowing the voting issues (C-1D-M5)
                        The student will explain competing ideas about the purposes
291206349     Civics    of politics and government and identify reasons why                 9-12
                        government is necessary (C-1A-H1)
                        The student will identify and describe services provided by
291206350     Civics    government and assess their necessity and effectiveness             9-12
                        (e.g., health care, education) (C-1A-H1)
                        The student will identify programs, institutions, and activities
291206351     Civics    that fulfill a given governmental or political purpose (e.g., the   9-12
                        court system, the military) (C-1A-H1)




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                        The student will analyze ways in which the purposes of the
                        U.S. government, as defined in the U.S. Constitution, are
291206352     Civics                                                                       9-12
                        achieved (e.g., protecting individual rights, providing for the
                        general welfare) (C-1A-H1)
                        The student will compare and contrast various forms of
                        government among nations that have been significant in U.S.
291206353     Civics    history (e.g., absolute monarchy in England or France,             9-12
                        Germany under Hitler, the Soviet Union under Stalin) (C-1A-
                        H2)
                        The student will explain the distribution of powers,
291206354     Civics    responsibilities, and the limits of the U.S. federal               9-12
                        government (C-1A-H3)
                        The student will categorize governmental powers as
291206355     Civics                                                                       9-12
                        delegated, reserved, concurrent, or implied (C-1A-H3)
                        The student will identify powers denied to federal or state
291206356     Civics                                                                       9-12
                        governments by the U.S. Constitution (C-1A-H3)
                        The student will analyze or assess issues related to the
291206357     Civics    distribution of powers at the federal level (e.g., roles and       9-12
                        responsibilities of the three branches) (C-1A-H3)
                        The student will explain the structure and functions of the
                        three branches of the federal government, including
291206358     Civics                                                                       9-12
                        regulatory and independent agencies and the court system
                        (C-1A-H4)
                        The student will cite the roles, duties, qualifications, and
291206359     Civics    terms of office for key elected and appointed officials (C-1A-     9-12
                        H4)
                        The student will explain the structure and functions of state,
291206360     Civics                                                                       9-12
                        parish, and local governments (C-1A-H4)
                        The student will discuss the advantages and disadvantages
291206361     Civics                                                                       9-12
                        of various types of local government (C-1A-H4)
                        The student will examine constitutional provisions
291206362     Civics    concerning the relationship between federal and state              9-12
                        governments (C-1A-H4)
                        The student will explain the processes and strategies of how
291206363     Civics    a bill becomes a law at the federal and state levels (C-1A-        9-12
                        H5)
                        The student will evaluate a specific law or court ruling on
291206364     Civics                                                                       9-12
                        given criteria (C-1A-H5)
                        The student will examine the meaning, implications, or
291206365     Civics    applications of the U.S. Constitution (e.g., the Bill of Rights,   9-12
                        Fourteenth Amendment) (C-1A-H5)
                        The student will define domestic and foreign policies (C-1A-
291206366     Civics                                                                       9-12
                        H6)




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        A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - SOCIAL STUDIES
                        The student will analyze responsibilities of the federal
291206367     Civics    government for domestic and foreign policy (e.g. monetary           9-12
                        policy, national defense) (C-1A-H6)
                        The student will analyze a past or present domestic or
291206368     Civics    foreign policy issue from a news article or editorial (C-1A-        9-12
                        H6)
                        The student will explain how government is financed (e.g.,
291206369     Civics                                                                        9-12
                        taxation, fines, user fees, borrowing) (C-1A-H7)
                        The student will identify the major sources of tax revenues at
291206370     Civics                                                                        9-12
                        the federal, state, and local levels (C-1A-H7)
                        The student will analyze or evaluate various uses of tax
291206371     Civics    dollars (e.g., the public’s need for services versus the            9-12
                        public’s resistance to taxation) (C-1A-H7)
                        The student will use the rules of taxation (ability, equity, ease
291206372     Civics    of payment, convenient times to pay) to analyze or evaluate         9-12
                        a given tax practice (C-1A-H7)
                        The student will analyze the significance of the Magna Carta,
291206373     Civics    English common law, and the English Bill of Rights in               9-12
                        creating limited government in the United States (C-1B-H1)
                        The student will explain how European philosophers (e.g.,
291206374     Civics    Rousseau, Locke, Montesquieu, Voltaire) helped shape                9-12
                        American democratic ideas (C-1B-H1)
                        The student will analyze central ideas in an American
291206375     Civics    historical document and explain the document’s significance         9-12
                        in shaping the U.S. Constitution (C-1B-H1)
                        The student will explain the meaning and importance of
291206376     Civics    principles of U.S. constitutional democracy in American             9-12
                        society (C-1B-H1)
                        The student will assess the importance of the U.S.
                        Constitution as the Supreme Law of the Land, and ways in
291206377     Civics                                                                        9-12
                        which U.S. constitutional government has helped shape
                        American society (C-1B-H1)
                        The student will identify and describe examples of freedoms
291206378     Civics                                                                        9-12
                        enjoyed today but denied to earlier Americans (C-1B-H1)
                        The student will explain issues involved in various
291206379     Civics    compromises or plans leading to the creation of the U.S.            9-12
                        Constitution (C-1B-H2)
                        The student will interpret, analyze, or apply ideas presented
291206380     Civics    in a given excerpt from any political document or material          9-12
                        (e.g., speech, editorial, court case) (C-1B-H2)
                        The student will analyze a given example of American
291206381     Civics    political or social conflict, and state and defend a position on    9-12
                        the issue (C-1B-H3)
                        The student will analyze discrepancies between American
291206382     Civics    ideals and social or political realities of life (e.g., equal       9-12
                        protection vs. Jim Crow laws) (C-1B-H4)




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                        The student will explain the two-party system and assess the
291206383     Civics                                                                          9-12
                        role of third parties in the election process (C-1B-H5)
                        The student will assess the significance of campaigns,
291206384     Civics    campaign finance, elections, the Electoral College, and the           9-12
                        U.S. census in the U.S. political system (C-1B-H5)
                        The student will analyze the use and effects of propaganda
291206385     Civics                                                                          9-12
                        (C-1B-H5)
                        The student will identify key platform positions of the major
291206386     Civics                                                                          9-12
                        political parties (C-1B-H5)
                        The student will evaluate the role of the media and public
291206387     Civics                                                                          9-12
                        opinion in American politics(C-1B-H6)
                        The student will explain historical and contemporary roles of
291206388     Civics    special interest groups, lobbyists, and associations in U.S.          9-12
                        politics (C-1B-H6)
                        The student will identify the political divisions of the world
291206389     Civics                                                                          9-12
                        and the factors that contribute to those divisions (C-1C-H1)
                        The student will analyze and assess the various ways that
291206390     Civics                                                                          9-12
                        nation-states interact (C-1C-H1)
                        The student will explain the role of the United Nations or
291206391     Civics    other international organizations in political interactions and       9-12
                        conflicts (C-1C-H1)
                        The student will analyze ways in which the interactions of
291206392     Civics    nation-states or international organizations affect the United        9-12
                        States (C-1C-H1)
                        The student will describe the means by which the United
291206393     Civics    States upholds national security, protects its economic               9-12
                        welfare, and attains its foreign policy objectives (C-1C-H2)
                        The student will assess the extent to which a given U.S.
291206394     Civics    foreign policy position has helped or hindered the United             9-12
                        States’ relations with the rest of the world (C-1C-H2)
                        The student will explain how U.S. domestic policies,
291206395     Civics    constitutional principles, economic behavior, and culture             9-12
                        affect its relations with the rest of the world (C-1C-H3)
                        The student will describe ways in which ideas, actions, and
291206396     Civics    problems of other nations impact the United States (C-1C-             9-12
                        H3)
                        The student will distinguish between personal, political, and
291206397     Civics                                                                          9-12
                        economic rights of citizenship (C-1D-H1)
                        The student will describe the importance of various rights of
291206398     Civics                                                                          9-12
                        citizenship to the individual or to society at large (C-1D-H1)
                        The student will analyze an amendment or law concerning
                        the rights of citizens in terms of their effect on public policy or
291206399     Civics                                                                          9-12
                        American life (e.g., Nineteenth Amendment, Americans with
                        Disabilities Act) (C-1D-H1)




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                        The student will evaluate and defend a position on a given
291206400     Civics    situation or issue in terms of the personal, political, or        9-12
                        economic rights of citizens (C-1D-H1)
                        The student will assess the difference between personal and
291206401     Civics                                                                      9-12
                        civic responsibilities (C-1D-H2)
                        The student will describe various forms of political
291206402     Civics                                                                      9-12
                        participation (C-1D-H3)
                        The student will evaluate current and past political choices
291206403     Civics    that individuals, groups, and nations have made, taking into      9-12
                        account historical context (C-1D-H3)
                        The student will describe the importance of political
291206404     Civics    leadership to American society, and identify ways in which        9-12
                        citizens can exercise leadership (C-1D-H4)
                        The student will identify examples of public service, and
291206405     Civics    describe the importance of public service to American             9-12
                        society (C-1D-H4)

                        The student will evaluate the claim that American
291206406     Civics    constitutional democracy requires the participation of an         9-12
                        attentive, knowledgeable, and competent citizenry (C-1D-H4)

                        The student will compare and evaluate characteristics, style,
291206407     Civics    and effectiveness of state and national leaders, past and         9-12
                        present (C-1D-H4)
                        The student will demonstrate an awareness of the uses of
291206408   Economics                                                                     PK
                        money in play activities (PK-CSS-E1) (E-1A-E3)
                        The student will identify ways people use money to purchase
291206409   Economics                                                                      K
                        goods (E-1A-E3)
                        The student will identify work people do and the name of
291206410   Economics                                                                      K
                        related jobs at home and school (E-1A-E7)
                        The student will describe a situation illustrating a voluntary
291206411   Economics   exchange (e.g., trading seats, exchanging books) (E-1A-            K
                        E11)
                        The student will identify the difference between basic human
291206412   Economics                                                                      1
                        needs and wants (E-1A-E3)
                        The student will identify a personal example of how the cost
291206413   Economics   of an item affects whether or not it can be purchased (E-1A-       1
                        E4)
                        The student will describe how the individual is a consumer (E-
291206414   Economics                                                                      1
                        1A-E5)
                        The student will explain why people in a school and
291206415   Economics                                                                      1
                        community have different jobs (E-1A-E7)
                        The student will describe skills the student can do well (e.g.,
291206416   Economics                                                                      1
                        personal, physical, academic) (E-1A-E8)
                        The student will explain how basic human needs of food,
291206417   Economics                                                                      2
                        clothing, and shelter can be met (E-1A-E1)



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                        The student will identify examples of scarcity in the local
291206418   Economics                                                                    2
                        community (E-1A-E1)
                        The student will identify what is gained and what is lost
291206419   Economics   (given up) in choosing one of several alternatives (e.g.,        2
                        skating with friends versus bowling with parents) (E-1A-E2)
                        The student will identify examples of choices families make
291206420   Economics                                                                    2
                        when buying goods and services (E-1A-E4)
                        The student will identify a consumer and a producer and
291206421   Economics                                                                    2
                        their roles in the economy (E-1A-E5)
                        The student will explain how people in the local community
291206422   Economics                                                                    2
                        depend on each other for goods and services (E-1A-E5)
                        The student will identify various ways in which resources are
291206423   Economics   used (e.g., use of trees to produce wood for building, wood      2
                        products, heat) (E-1A-E6)
                        The student will describe the roles of farmers, processors,
291206424   Economics   and distributors in food production and consumption (E-1A-       2
                        E6)
                        The student will describe the role of weather, land, and water
291206425   Economics                                                                    2
                        resources in food production over time (E-1A-E6)
                        The student will identify the specialized work that people do
291206426   Economics   to manufacture, transport, and market goods and services (E-     2
                        1A-E7)
                        The student will describe the importance of skills and
291206427   Economics                                                                    2
                        education in choosing a career (E-1A-E8)
                        The student will identify a local economic institution (e.g.,
291206428   Economics                                                                    2
                        bank) (E-1A-E10)
                        The student will explain why people exchange goods and
291206429   Economics                                                                    2
                        services (E-1A-E11)
                        The student will identify individuals or groups in the
291206430   Economics                                                                    2
                        community who have started new businesses (E-1B-E3)
                        The student will identify goods and services provided by the
291206431   Economics                                                                    2
                        local government (E-1B-E4)
                        The student will explain the difference between goods and
291206432   Economics   services and give examples of each within the local              2
                        community (E-1B-E5)
                        The student will define scarcity and abundance and give
291206433   Economics                                                                    3
                        examples of both for individuals and society (E-1A-E1)
                        The student will compare benefits and costs when making
291206434   Economics                                                                    3
                        choices (e.g., comparative shopping) (E-1A-E2)
                        The student will explain reasons why people save money (E-
291206435   Economics                                                                    3
                        1A-E3)
                        The student will identify examples of making an economic
291206436   Economics   choice and explain the idea of opportunity cost (i.e., what is   3
                        given up when making a choice) (E-1A-E4)




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                        The student will describe ways in which people are
                        producers and consumers and why they depend on one
291206437   Economics                                                                   3
                        another (e.g., in the school and/or in the community) (E-1A-
                        E5)
                        The student will identify examples of natural, human, and
291206438   Economics   capital resources used to produce goods and services (E-1A-     3,4
                        E6)
                        The student will identify the concepts of specialization and
291206439   Economics   interdependence in the production of goods and services (E-     3
                        1A-E7)
                        The student will describe the requirements of various jobs
291206440   Economics                                                                   3
                        and the characteristics of a job well-performed (E-1A-E8)
                        The student will identify goods that are produced within the
291206441   Economics   local community and Louisiana and describe how they are         3
                        shipped elsewhere for sale (E-1A-E9)
                        The student will identify various types of economic
291206442   Economics   institutions that make up the economy (e.g., households,        3,4
                        businesses, banks, government) (E-1A-E10)
                        The student will discuss trade in the local community and
291206443   Economics                                                                   3
                        explain how trade benefits both parties (E-1A-E11)
                        The student will describe the basic principles of supply and
291206444   Economics   demand and how competition can affect prices of goods (E-       3
                        1B-E1)
                        The student will explain the effect of increase/decrease in
291206445   Economics                                                                   3
                        price upon the consumer and producer (E-1B-E2)
                        The student will identify services provided by the state
291206446   Economics                                                                   3
                        government (E-1B-E4)
                        The student will identify major goods and services produced
291206447   Economics                                                                   3
                        in Louisiana (E-1B-E5)
                        The student will demonstrate that limited resources
291206448   Economics                                                                   4
                        necessitate choices and decisions (E-1A-E1)
                        The student will explain the factors, including trade-offs,
                        involved in a choice or decision (e.g., discuss the choices
291206449   Economics                                                                   4
                        and decisions involved in developing a personal budget) (E-
                        1A-E4)

                        The student will identify the four basic questions all
                        producers must answer (i.e., What will be produced? How
291206450   Economics                                                                   4
                        will it be produced? For whom will it be produced? How
                        much will be produced?) (E-1A-E5)
                        The student will define some effects of division of labor and
291206451   Economics   specialization in a given context, such as a simple assembly    4
                        line (E-1A-E7)
                        The student will describe the benefits of increasing one’s
291206452   Economics                                                                   4
                        skill/knowledge and various ways to do so (E-1A-E8)




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                        The student will describe the basic concept of a market
291206453   Economics   (e.g., exchange of goods/services between buyers and              4
                        sellers) and identify ways of transporting goods (E-1A-E9)
                        The student will identify the relationship between money,
291206454   Economics                                                                     4
                        writing checks, and credit cards (E-1A-E11)
                        The student will explain why people engage in voluntary
291206455   Economics                                                                     4
                        exchange/barter/direct trading (E-1A-E11)
                        The student will describe how supply and demand affect the
291206456   Economics                                                                     4
                        price of a good or service in a given situation (E-1B-E1)
                        The student will explain how a rise or fall in prices affects
291206457   Economics                                                                     4
                        personal, family, and government budgets (E-1B-E2)
                        The student will identify the terms profit and risk and give
291206458   Economics   examples of risk that businesses take to make a profit (E-1B-     4
                        E3)
                        The student will define tax and explain how government
291206459   Economics   pays for goods and services through taxes and fees (E-1B-         4
                        E4)
                        The student will describe economic activities within and
291206460   Economics   among American Indian cultures prior to contact with              5
                        Europeans (E-1A-M9)
                        The student will use economic concepts (e.g., supply and
291206461   Economics   demand) to identify the economic motivations for European         5
                        exploration and settlement in the Americas (E-1A-M9)
                        The student will explain the role of expanding specialization
291206462   Economics                                                                     6
                        in the development of world civilizations (E-1A-M4)
                        The student will identify the functions and characteristics of
291206463   Economics   money (e.g., money as a store of value) and compare barter        6
                        exchange to money exchange (E-1A-M8)
                        The student will use economic concepts (e.g., supply and
                        demand) to describe the economic motivations for
291206464   Economics                                                                     6
                        expanding trade and territorial domination in world history (E-
                        1A-M9)

                        The student will use economic concepts (e.g., supply and
                        demand) to explain Mercantilism and describe its role in
291206465   Economics                                                                     7
                        British colonization and the conflict between the thirteen
                        American colonies and Great Britain (E-1A-M9)

                        The student will identify U.S. exports and imports that
                        contributed to the U.S. economic interdependence with
291206466   Economics                                                                     7
                        Europe and other parts of the world during the eighteenth
                        and nineteenth centuries (E-1B-M6)

                        The student will analyze situations involving scarcity (limited
                        resources) at the individual, group, and societal levels to
291206467   Economics                                                                     8
                        determine the need for choices or what is gained/lost by a
                        decision (E-1A-M1)




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                        The student will explain how effective economic decisions
                        (e.g., determining the best level of consumption) require
291206468   Economics                                                                    8
                        comparing the additional costs of alternatives with additional
                        benefits (E-1A-M2)
                        The student will explain choice/trade-offs, cost/benefits, and
291206469   Economics   opportunity costs related to making personal economic            8
                        decisions (E-1A-M3)
                        The student will analyze the role of specialization in
291206470   Economics                                                                    8
                        Louisiana’s economy (E-1A-M4)
                        The student will use a variety of resources to research
291206471   Economics                                                                    8
                        education and training for jobs and careers (E-1A-M5)
                        The student will cite examples of how skills/knowledge and
                        technical training increase personal productivity and career
291206472   Economics                                                                    8
                        opportunities, and which skills/knowledge would enhance
                        particular career prospects (E-1A-M5)
                        The student will characterize and analyze the use of
291206473   Economics                                                                    8
                        productive resources in an economic system (E-1A-M6)
                        The student will describe how the four basic economic
291206474   Economics   questions are answered in traditional vs. command vs.            8
                        market economies (E-1A-M6)
                        The student will describe institutions (e.g., banks,
291206475   Economics   government agencies) that make up economic systems (E-           8
                        1A-M7)
                        The student will use economic concepts (e.g., scarcity,
291206476   Economics   opportunity cost) to explain historic and contemporary events    8
                        and developments in Louisiana (E-1A-M9)
                        The student will explain how supply and demand affect
291206477   Economics                                                                    8
                        prices (E-1B-M1)
                        The student will explain and analyze factors affecting
291206478   Economics   production and allocation of goods/services in Louisiana and     8
                        the United States (E-1B-M2)
                        The student will explain the difference between private
291206479   Economics   goods/services and public goods/services and give                8
                        examples of each (E-1B-M3)
                        The student will identify the costs and benefits of a given
291206480   Economics   government policy (e.g., trade agreements, minimum wage)         8
                        on a competitive market (E-1B-M4)
                        The student will identify various types of taxes and user fees
291206481   Economics                                                                    8
                        and predict their consequences (E-1B-M5)
                        The student will explain reasons for trade between nations
291206482   Economics                                                                    8
                        and the impact of international trade (E-1B-M6)
                        The student will describe historical and economic factors
                        influencing the economic growth, interdependence, and
291206483   Economics                                                                    8
                        development of Louisiana and the nation (e.g., mass
                        production, oil boom and decline) (E-1B-M7)



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                        The student will explain the meaning of various economic
291206484   Economics   indicators that help describe the state of an economy (e.g.,       8
                        GDP, rate of unemployment or inflation) (E-1C-M1)
                        The student will define inflation and unemployment in terms
291206485   Economics                                                                      8
                        of an economic system as a whole (E-1C-M2)
                        The student will describe the influence/impact of inflation or
291206486   Economics   unemployment on different groups of people (e.g.,                  8
                        consumers, business owners) (E-1C-M2)
                        The student will apply fundamental economic concepts to
291206487   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        decisions about personal finance (E-1A-H1)

291206488   Economics   The student will define scarcity (E-1A-H1)                        9-12

                        The student will identify factors that drive economic
291206489   Economics   decisions (e.g., incentives, benefits, costs, trade-offs,         9-12
                        consequences) (E-1A-H1)
                        The student will analyze an economic choice at the personal,
291206490   Economics   family, or societal level to determine its opportunity cost (E-   9-12
                        1A-H1)
                        The student will explain how the scarcity of natural resources
291206491   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        leads to economic interdependence (E-1A-H1)
                        The student will identify the four basic economic
291206492   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        questions (E-1A-H1)
                        The student will define productivity and characterize the
291206493   Economics   relationship between productivity and standard of living (E-      9-12
                        1A-H2)
                        The student will explain the role of marketing and channels
291206494   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        of distribution in economic decisions (E-1A-H2)
                        The student will identify actions or conditions that increase
291206495   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        productivity or output of the economy (E-1A-H2)
                        The student will explain the skills, knowledge, talents,
                        personal characteristics, and efforts likely to enhance
291206496   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        prospects of success in finding a job in a particular field (E-
                        1A-H3)
                        The student will explain the types of jobs important to
291206497   Economics   meeting the needs of Louisiana industries and an                  9-12
                        information-based society (E-1A-H3)
                        The student will evaluate various careers in terms of
291206498   Economics   availability, educational and skill requirements, salary and      9-12
                        benefits, and intrinsic sources of job satisfaction (E-1A-H3)

                        The student will compare contemporary and historic
291206499   Economics   economic systems (e.g., ownership and control of production       9-12
                        and distribution, determination of wages) (E-1A-H4)

                        The student will explain the advantages and disadvantages
291206500   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        of given market structures (E-1A-H5)



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                        The student will explain factors affecting levels of
291206501   Economics   competition in a market (e.g., number of buyers and sellers,     9-12
                        presence of cartels) (E-1A-H5)
                        The student will explain the effects of competition on
291206502   Economics                                                                    9-12
                        producers and consumers (E-1A-H5)
                        The student will analyze the role of various economic
291206503   Economics                                                                    9-12
                        institutions in economic systems (E-1A-H6)
                        The student will explain the role of government as producer,
291206504   Economics                                                                    9-12
                        employer, and consumer in economic systems (E-1A-H6)

                        The student will analyze the importance of labor-
                        management relations and the effects of given labor and
291206505   Economics                                                                    9-12
                        management practices on productivity or business
                        profitability (E-1A-H6)

                        The student will compare and contrast characteristics of
291206506   Economics                                                                    9-12
                        various forms of business ownership (E-1A-H6)
                        The student will explain ways in which businesses have
291206507   Economics   changed to meet rising production costs or to compete more       9-12
                        effectively in a global market (E-1A-H6)
                        The student will analyze the role of banks in economic
291206508   Economics   systems (e.g., increasing the money supply by making             9-12
                        loans) (E-1A-H7)
                        The student will describe the functions and purposes of the
291206509   Economics                                                                    9-12
                        financial markets (E-1A-H7)
                        The student will compare and contrast credit, savings, and
291206510   Economics   investment services available to the consumer from financial     9-12
                        institutions (E-1A-H7)
                        The student will apply an economic concept to analyze or
                        evaluate a given historical economic issue or situation (e.g.,
291206511   Economics                                                                    9-12
                        causes of the Great Depression, how the New Deal changed
                        the role of the federal government) (E-1A-H8)
                        The student will interpret information about a current
                        economic system undergoing change from a largely
291206512   Economics   command or traditional system to a more mixed system             9-12
                        (e.g., Eastern European countries, China, other developing
                        economies) (E-1A-H8)
                        The student will explain, analyze, and apply principles of
291206513   Economics   supply and demand, including concepts of price, equilibrium      9-12
                        point, incentives, and profit (E-1B-H1)
                        The student will identify factors that cause changes in supply
291206514   Economics   or demand for a product (e.g. complements, substitutes) (E-      9-12
                        1B-H1)
                        The student will explain the role of factors of production in
291206515   Economics                                                                    9-12
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                        The student will identify factors affecting
291206516   Economics   production/allocation of goods/services and characterize          9-12
                        their effects (E-1B-H2)
                        The student will identify the difference between monetary
291206517   Economics   and non-monetary incentives and how changes in incentives         9-12
                        cause changes in behavior (E-1B-H2)
                        The student will analyze the circular flow of goods and
291206518   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        services and money payments from a diagram (E-1B-H2)
291206519   Economics   The student will identify various forms of taxation (E-1B-H3)     9-12
                        The student will describe the impact of given forms of
291206520   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        taxation (E-1B-H3)
                        The student will describe the effects of governmental action
291206521   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        or intervention in a market economy (E-1B-H3)
                        The student will describe major revenue and expenditure
291206522   Economics   categories and their respective proportions of local, state,      9-12
                        and federal budgets (E-1B-H3)
                        The student will predict how changes in federal spending
291206523   Economics   and taxation would affect budget deficits and surpluses and       9-12
                        the national debt (E-1B-H3)
                        The student will evaluate the impact of policies related to the
291206524   Economics   use of resources (e.g., water use regulations, policies on        9-12
                        scarce natural resources) (E-1B-H3)
                        The student will explain the causes of global economic
291206525   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        interdependence (E-1B-H4)
                        The student will describe the worldwide exchange of goods
291206526   Economics   and services in terms of its effect in increasing global          9-12
                        interdependence and global competition (E-1B-H4)
                        The student will examine fundamental concepts of currency
291206527   Economics   valuation and foreign exchange and their role in a global         9-12
                        economy (E-1B-H4)
                        The student will explain how the economy of one country can
291206528   Economics   affect the economies of other countries or the balance of         9-12
                        trade among nations (E-1B-H4)
                        The student will explain the role of the International Monetary
291206529   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        Fund in supporting world economies (E-1B-H4)
                        The student will identify and evaluate various types of trade
291206530   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        barriers among nations (E-1B-H5)
                        The student will take and defend a position on a trade policy
291206531   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        or issue (e.g., NAFTA, G8, European Union) (E-1B-H5)
                        The student will evaluate the role and importance of
291206532   Economics   Louisiana ports and products in the national and international    9-12
                        economy (E-1B-H6)
                        The student will explain the meaning or use of various
291206533   Economics   economic indicators and their implications as measures of         9-12
                        economic well-being (E-1C-H1)




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                        The student will define productivity and characterize the
291206534   Economics   relationship between productivity and standard of living (E-      9-12
                        1C-H1)
                        The student will interpret various economic indicators used in
291206535   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        a chart, table, or news article (E-1C-H1)
                        The student will draw conclusions about two different
291206536   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        economies based on given economic indicators (E-1C-H1)
                        The student will explain how inflation and deflation are
291206537   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        reflected in the Consumer Price Index (E-1C-H2)
                        The student will explain the impact of inflation/deflation on
291206538   Economics   individuals, nations, and the world, including its impact on      9-12
                        economic decisions (E-1C-H2)
                        The student will describe the effects of interest rates on
291206539   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        businesses and consumers (E-1C-H2)
                        The student will predict the consequences of investment
291206540   Economics   decisions made by individuals, businesses, and                    9-12
                        government (E-1C-H2)
                        The student will predict how interest rates will act as an
291206541   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        incentive for savers and borrowers (E-1C-H2)
                        The student will explain various causes and consequences
291206542   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        of unemployment in a market economy (E-1C-H3)
                        The student will analyze regional, national, or demographic
291206543   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        differences in rates of unemployment (E-1C-H3)
                        The student will analyze the relationship between the
291206544   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        business cycle and employment (E-1C-H3)
                        The student will explain the meaning of underemployment
291206545   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        and analyze its causes and consequences (E-1C-H3)
                        The student will explain factors contributing to unequal
291206546   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        distribution of income in a market economy (E-1C-H3)
                        The student will interpret a chart or graph displaying various
291206547   Economics   income distributions (e.g., in the United States vs. the Third    9-12
                        World, various groups within a country) (E-1C-H3)
                        The student will distinguish monetary policy from fiscal policy
291206548   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        (E-1C-H4)
                        The student will explain the role of the Federal Reserve
291206549   Economics   System as the central banking system of the United States         9-12
                        (E-1C-H4)
                        The student will explain the role of regulatory agencies in the
291206550   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        U.S. economy (E-1C-H4)
                        The student will explain the role of the Federal Deposit
291206551   Economics                                                                     9-12
                        Insurance Corporation (FDIC) (E-1C-H4)




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                        The student will demonstrate an awareness of the world
                        around them (e.g., provide simple information about a trip
291206552   Geography                                                                           PK
                        the student has taken or where the student lives) (PK-CSS-
                        G3) (G-1A-E2)
                        The student will identify a map and a globe as a
291206553   Geography                                                                            K
                        representation of Earth (G-1A-E1)
                        The student will recognize the shape of Louisiana and the
291206554   Geography                                                                            K
                        United States on maps and globes (G-1A-E2)
                        The student will demonstrate an understanding of
                        directionality, position, and size by correctly using and
291206555   Geography                                                                            K
                        responding to words such as left, right, first, last, big, little (G-
                        1A-E2)
                        The student will create simple maps to identify the location of
291206556   Geography                                                                            K
                        places in the home or classroom (G-1A-E3)
                        The student will identify the difference between land and
291206557   Geography                                                                            K
                        water and locate both on a map or globe (G-1B-E1)
                        The student will describe people and places in the school
291206558   Geography                                                                            K
                        and community (G-1B-E3)
                        The student will describe the daily weather (e.g., rainy, cold)
291206559   Geography                                                                            K
                        (G-1C-E1)
                        The student will describe how seasonal changes affect
291206560   Geography   people (e.g., in different seasons, people wear different                K
                        kinds of clothing) (G-1D-E2)
                        The student will identify and use simple map symbols and
291206561   Geography                                                                            1
                        key/legend (G-1A-E1)
291206562   Geography   The student will interpret a simple chart (G-1A-E1)                      1
                        The student will describe a map as a representation of a
291206563   Geography                                                                            1
                        place (G-1A-E1)
                        The student will locate places on the school campus and
291206564   Geography                                                                            1
                        describe their relative location (G-1A-E2)
                        The student will create simple maps to identify the relative
291206565   Geography   location of places in the school, classroom, and community              1,2
                        (G-1A-E3)
                        The student will identify Earth's various physical features
291206566   Geography                                                                            1
                        (e.g., oceans, islands, mountains, rivers, etc.) (G-1B-E1)
                        The student will identify human features in the local regions
291206567   Geography                                                                           1, 2
                        such as farms, city, buildings, and roads (G-1B-E3)
                        The student will identify English as the major language of the
291206568   Geography   United States and recognize that there are secondary                     1
                        languages in some areas of the country (G-1B-E4)
                        The student will describe how seasons affect the local
291206569   Geography                                                                            1
                        community (G-1C-E1)
                        The student will identify and compare differences in land use
291206570   Geography                                                                            1
                        (e.g., rural and city settlements) (G-1C-E2)


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                        The student will identify and compare basic elements of
291206571   Geography                                                                      1
                        culture (e.g., food, music, celebrations, etc.) (G-1C-E4)
                        The student will identify the types of economic activities in
291206572   Geography   which family members participate and ways of making a              1
                        living in the community (G-1C-E5)
                        The student will identify by name the town, parish, state, and
291206573   Geography                                                                     1, 2
                        country in which he/she lives (G-1C-E6)
                        The student will identify the basic human needs of food,
291206574   Geography                                                                      1
                        clothing, and shelter (G-1D-E1)
                        The student will identify various types of human shelters and
291206575   Geography                                                                      1
                        describe building materials used for construction (G-1D-E2)
291206576   Geography   The student will interpret a diagram (G-1A-E1)                     2
                        The student will describe basic characteristics of maps and
291206577   Geography                                                                      2
                        globes (G-1A-E1)
                        The student will use cardinal directions to locate places on
291206578   Geography   maps and places in the classroom, school, and community            2
                        (G-1A-E2)
                        The student will identify geographical features in the local
291206579   Geography                                                                      2
                        region (G-1A-E2)
                        The student will construct a bar graph to represent given
291206580   Geography                                                                      2
                        geographical information (G-1A-E3)

                        The student will describe how location, weather, and physical
291206581   Geography                                                                      2
                        environment affect where and how people live (G-1B-E1)

                        The student will identify the human characteristics of the
291206582   Geography                                                                      2
                        local community (G-1B-E2)
                        The student will describe changes in the physical and human
291206583   Geography   characteristics in the local community and why people              2
                        modify the physical environment over time (G-1B-E3)
                        The student will describe how climate affects the vegetation
291206584   Geography                                                                      2
                        in the community (G-1C-E1)
                        The student will identify types of settlement and patterns of
291206585   Geography                                                                      2
                        land use in the local community (G-1C-E2)
                        The student will identify simple demographics of a local
291206586   Geography                                                                      2
                        region (e.g., mostly factory workers) (G-1C-E3)
                        The student will explain ways in which people in the local
291206587   Geography   community depend on the physical environment to satisfy            2
                        basic needs (G-1D-E1)
                        The student will describe characteristics and uses of various
291206588   Geography   maps (e.g., physical, political, topographical, population) (G-    3
                        1A-E1)
                        The student will differentiate between a bar, pictograph, and
291206589   Geography                                                                      3
                        circle graph (G-1A-E1)
                        The student will interpret a graph, chart, and diagram (G-1A-
291206590   Geography                                                                      3
                        E2)


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                        The student will use a compass rose and cardinal directions
291206591   Geography   to locate and interpret a map of the community and                3
                        Louisiana (G-1A-E2)
                        The student will locate major geographic features of
291206592   Geography                                                                     3
                        Louisiana on a map (G-1A-E2)
                        The student will construct a chart, line, graph, or diagram to
291206593   Geography                                                                     3
                        display geographical information (G-1A-E3)
                        The student will sketch a simple map of Louisiana from
291206594   Geography                                                                     3
                        memory (mental map) (G-1A-E3)
                        The student will show the location of a specified place by
291206595   Geography   entering it on a labeled grid (e.g., the library is located at    3
                        [grid point] E-3) (G-1A-E3)
                        The student will describe and compare the physical
291206596   Geography                                                                     3
                        characteristics of various regions of Louisiana (G-1B-E1)
                        The student will identify and describe the human
291206597   Geography                                                                     3
                        characteristics of places in Louisiana (G-1B-E2)
                        The student will describe how people and the physical
291206598   Geography   environment have changed over time in Louisiana based on          3
                        given information (G-1B-E3)
                        The student will use maps, charts, and pictures to describe
291206599   Geography   how places in Louisiana are different (e.g., land use,            3
                        vegetation, architecture, etc.) (G-1B-E4)
                        The student will identify examples of physical processes
291206600   Geography   affecting Louisiana (e.g., coastal erosion, river changes) (G-    3
                        1C-E1)
                        The student will locate, describe, and compare urban,
291206601   Geography                                                                     3
                        suburban, and rural communities in Louisiana (G-1C-E2)
                        The student will identify and explain patterns of settlement in
291206602   Geography                                                                     3
                        different time periods in Louisiana (G-1C-E3)
                        The student will identify and compare customs, celebrations,
291206603   Geography   and traditions of various culture groups in Louisiana (G-1C-      3
                        E4)
                        The student will identify the relationships between geography
291206604   Geography                                                                     3
                        and economic activities in Louisiana (G-1C-E5)
                        The student will locate the town, parish, state, and country in
291206605   Geography                                                                     3
                        which the student lives on a political map (G-1C-E6)
                        The student will identify and explain ways in which people in
                        Louisiana modify the physical environment to meet basic
291206606   Geography                                                                     3
                        needs and achieve certain purposes (e.g., clearing land for
                        urban development) (G-1D-E1)
                        The student will explain how humans have adapted to the
291206607   Geography                                                                     3
                        physical environment in Louisiana (G-1D-E2)
                        The student will identify natural resources in Louisiana and
291206608   Geography                                                                     3
                        describe their uses and importance (G-1D-E4)




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                        The student will interpret different kinds of maps using a
291206609   Geography   map key/legend, compass rose, cardinal and intermediate            4
                        directions, and distance scale (G-1A-E1)
                        The student will use a variety of images or other spatial
291206610   Geography   graphics (e.g., aerial photographs, satellite images) to locate    4
                        major physical and human characteristics (G-1A-E1)
                        The student will locate and label places on a map or globe:
                        the seven continents, the United States and its major land
291206611   Geography   forms, major bodies of water and waterways, referring to the       4
                        poles, the equator, latitude, longitude, and meridians (G-1A-
                        E2)
                        The student will identify all U.S. states by shapes and
291206612   Geography                                                                      4
                        position on map (G-1A-E2)
                        The student will draw, complete, and add features to a map
291206613   Geography   (including such map elements as a title, compass rose,             4
                        legend, and scale), based on given information (G-1A-E3)
                        The student will describe and compare distinguishing
291206614   Geography   characteristics of various land forms, bodies of water,            4
                        climates, and forms of vegetation in the US (G-1B-E1)
                        The student will identify the best place for human settlement
291206615   Geography   based on a map showing physical characteristics of an area         4
                        (G-1B-E1)
                        The student will explain physical and human developments
291206616   Geography   in a region of the United States since it was first settled        4
                        based on given information (G-1B-E3)
                        The student will identify, define, and compare regions of the
291206617   Geography   United States using physical and human characteristic (e.g.,       4
                        land forms and use, cultural diversity) (G-1B-E4)
                        The student will identify physical processes that change
291206618   Geography   Earth's surface and create physical features suddenly or           4
                        over time (G-1C-E1)
                        The student will identify geographical/physical reasons for
291206619   Geography   regional variations that influence patterns of settlement and      4
                        land use in the US and the world (G-1C-E2)
                        The student will describe characteristics of the human
291206620   Geography   population in a given area (e.g., cultural diversity, population   4
                        size or growth) (G-1C-E3)
                        The student will explain and compare the cultural identities of
291206621   Geography   various US regions and how a region is influenced by past          4
                        events and the heritage of its people (G-1C-E4)
                        The student will locate economic activities that use natural
291206622   Geography   resources in the local region, state, and nation and describe      4
                        the importance to these areas (G-1C-E5)
                        The student will differentiate between countries, states,
291206623   Geography                                                                      4
                        parishes, and cities (G-1C-E6)




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                        The student will identify ways in which the people in the
291206624   Geography   United States depend upon and modify the physical                 4
                        environment (G-1D-E1)
                        The student will identify natural disasters their causes, areas
291206625   Geography   prone to them, and how those disasters affect people and          4
                        the environment (G-1D-E3)
                        The student will describe the importance of specific natural
291206626   Geography   resources to human survival and human endeavors (G-1D-            4
                        E4)
                        The student will describe the use, distribution, and
                        importance of natural resources in different regions of the
291206627   Geography                                                                     4
                        United States using geographic tools such as maps (G-1D-
                        E4)
                        The student will describe the characteristics, function, and
291206628   Geography                                                                     5
                        applications of various types of maps (G-1A-M1)
                        The student will compare the uses of different types of maps,
291206629   Geography   including two different types of maps of the same area (G-1A-     5
                        M1)
                        The student will interpret a map, using a map key/legend and
291206630   Geography   symbols, distance scale, compass rose, cardinal or                5
                        intermediate directions, and latitude and longitude (G-1A-
                        M2) student will locate major landforms and geographic
                        The
291206631   Geography   features, places, and bodies of water/waterways on a map of       5
                        the United States (G-1A-M2)
                        The student will translate a mental map into sketch form to
291206632   Geography   illustrate relative location, size, and distances between         5
                        places (G-1A-M3)
                        The student will describe types of settlements and patterns
291206633   Geography   of land use in Colonial America and suggest reasons for           5
                        locations of cities and settlements (G-1B-M1)
                        The student will identify ways in which location and physical
291206634   Geography   features influence the development of life in a region of the     5
                        United States G-1B-M2)
                        The student will identify physical or other criteria used to
291206635   Geography   define regions and apply criteria to distinguish one region       5
                        from another in the United States (G-1B-M3)
                        The student will explain ways in which goals, cultures,
                        interests, inventions, and technological advances affected
291206636   Geography                                                                     5
                        perceptions and uses of places or regions in Colonial
                        America (G-1B-M4)
                        The student will describe the influence of location and
291206637   Geography   physical setting on the founding of the original thirteen         5
                        colonies (G-1C-M3)
                        The student will explain the reasons why Europeans chose
291206638   Geography                                                                     5
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                        The student will describe the economic interdependence
291206639   Geography                                                                      5
                        among the thirteen American colonies (G-1C-M6)
                        The student will explain how geographic differences and
291206640   Geography   similarities among the thirteen American colonies contributed      5
                        to political cooperation and conflict (G-1C-M7)
                        The student will describe the impact of human action on the
291206641   Geography                                                                      5
                        physical environment of early America (G-1D-M1)
                        The student will explain and give examples of how Native
291206642   Geography   Americans and Europeans adapted to living in a particular          5
                        North American physical environment (G-1D-M2)
                        The student will identify the natural resources used by
291206643   Geography                                                                      5
                        people in the United States (G-1D-M3)
                        The student will use latitude and longitude to determine
291206644   Geography   direction, or locate or compare points on a map or                 6
                        representation of a globe (G-1A-M2)
                        The student will identify land and climatic conditions
291206645   Geography   conducive to human settlement in regions of the world and          6
                        describe the role of these conditions (G-1B-M1)
                        The student will identify physical features that influenced
                        world historical events and describe their influence (e.g., the
291206646   Geography                                                                      6
                        Nile and Tigris-Euphrates as "cradles of civilization") (G-1B-
                        M2)

                        The student will explain ways in which goals, cultures,
                        interests, inventions, and technological advances have
291206647   Geography                                                                      6
                        affected people's perceptions and uses of places or regions
                        in world history (G-1B-M4)
                        The student will explain reasons for different patterns of
291206648   Geography                                                                      6
                        migration among early peoples (G-1C-M4)

                        The student will explain factors or events that have facilitated
291206649   Geography                                                                      6
                        cultural diffusion (e.g., the Silk Road, Crusades) (G-1C-M5)

                        The student will describe the economic interdependence
291206650   Geography                                                                      6
                        among various ancient civilizations (G-1C-M6)
                        The student will explain how ancient civilizations established
291206651   Geography                                                                      6
                        and maintained political boundaries (G-1C-M7)
                        The student will explain how different physical environments
291206652   Geography                                                                      6
                        affected human activity in ancient civilizations (G-1D-M2)
                        The student will analyze world or regional distribution of
291206653   Geography   natural resources in terms of the need to import or the            6
                        capacity to export (G-1D-M3)
                        The student will analyze various types of maps, charts,
291206654   Geography                                                                      7
                        graphs, and diagrams related to U.S. history (G-1A-M2)
                        The student will explain how physical features and climate
291206655   Geography   affected migration, settlement patterns, and land use in the       7
                        United States through 1877 (G-1B-M1)



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                        The student will identify and describe significant physical
291206656   Geography   features that have influenced U.S. historical events (e.g.,        7
                        Ohio River Valley in the American Revolution (G-1B-M2)
                        The student will explain ways in which goals, cultures,
                        interests, inventions, and technological advances have
291206657   Geography                                                                      7
                        affected perceptions and uses of places or regions in the US
                        (G-1B-M4)
                        The student will explain patterns of rural/urban migration and
291206658   Geography   the positive and negative consequences of urban                    7
                        development in the United States (G-1C-M3)
                        The student will identify selected facial, ethnic, and religious
291206659   Geography   groups that settled in the US and explain the political,           7
                        cultural, and economic reasons for immigration (G-1C-M4)
                        The student will compare the interdependence of Great
291206660   Geography   Britain and the American colonies to the global economy            7
                        today (G-1C-M6)
                        The student will explain how cooperation and conflict
291206661   Geography   affected the changing political boundaries of the United           7
                        States to 1877 (e.g., Missouri Compromise) (G-1C-M7)
                        The student will explain how the different physical
291206662   Geography   environments in the American North and South led to                7
                        different economic activities (G-1D-M2)
                        The student will use time zones in the United States or the
                        International Date Line to interpret a map or representation
291206663   Geography                                                                      8
                        of a globe and calculate current times in different places (G-
                        1A-M2)
                        The student will locate major landforms and geographic
291206664   Geography   features, places, and bodies of water/waterways on a map of        8
                        Louisiana (G-1A-M2)
                        The student will construct a map based on given narrative
291206665   Geography                                                                      8
                        information (G-1A-M2)
                        The student will construct a chart or diagram to display
291206666   Geography                                                                      8
                        geographical information in an organized way (G-1A-M2)
                        The student will describe and analyze the distinguishing
291206667   Geography   physical and/or human characteristics of Louisiana regions         8
                        (G-1B-M1)
                        The student will describe ways location and physical features
                        have influenced historical events in Louisiana and the
291206668   Geography                                                                      8
                        development of the state (e.g., Mississippi River/swamp in
                        the Battle of New Orleans) (G-1B-M2)
                        The student will explain how or why specific regions are
291206669   Geography   changing as a result of physical phenomena (e.g., changes          8
                        in the coastal wetlands) (G-1B-ME)
                        The student will identify and describe factors that cause a
291206670   Geography   Louisiana region to change (e.g., natural occurrences,             8
                        disasters, migration) (G-1B-M3)



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                        The student will explain ways in which goals, cultures,
                        interests, inventions, and technological advances have
291206671   Geography                                                                        8
                        affected perceptions and uses of places or regions in
                        Louisiana (G-1B-M4)

                        The student will analyze the population characteristics and
                        other demographic information about the United States and
291206672   Geography                                                                        8
                        Louisiana, including rates of increase/decrease for
                        demographic variables (G-1C-M2)
                        The student will explain why humans settled and formed
291206673   Geography   societies in specific regions or why immigrant groups (e.g.,         8
                        Acadians) settled in specific areas of Louisiana (G-1C-M3)
                        The student will describe the causes and effects of cultural
291206674   Geography   diffusion and the effects of cultural diversity in Louisiana (G-     8
                        1C-M5)
                        The student will describe factors that contribute to economic
291206675   Geography   interdependence at the local, national, and global level, as         8
                        related to Louisiana's past and present (G-1C-M6)
                        The student will analyze, evaluate, and predict
                        consequences of environmental modifications on Louisiana
291206676   Geography                                                                        8
                        landforms, natural resources, and plant or animal life (G-1D-
                        M1)

                        The student will analyze the benefits and challenges of the
                        Louisiana physical environments on its inhabitants (e.g.,
291206677   Geography                                                                        8
                        flooding, soil, climate conducive to growing certain plants) (G-
                        1D-M2)
                        The student will analyze the distribution and uses of
291206678   Geography                                                                        8
                        Louisiana's natural resources (G-1D-M3)
                        The student will identify a contemporary Louisiana
291206679   Geography   geographic issue, and research possible solutions (G-1D-             8
                        M4)
                        The student will identify, explain, and apply the five themes
291206680   Geography                                                                       9-12
                        of geography (G-1A-H1)
                        The student will compare and contrast various types of maps
291206681   Geography                                                                       9-12
                        (G-1A-H1)
                        The student will analyze or interpret a map to locate
                        geographic information, using a variety of map elements
291206682   Geography                                                                       9-12
                        (e.g., compass rose, symbols, distance scales, time zones,
                        latitude, longitude) (G-1A-H1)
                        The student will use a city or road map to plot a route from
291206683   Geography   one place to another or to identify the shortest route (G-1A-       9-12
                        H1)
                        The student will construct a map based on given narrative
291206684   Geography   information (e.g., location of cities, bodies of water, places of   9-12
                        historical significance) (G-1A-H1)




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                        The student will construct a chart, diagram, graph, or graphic
291206685   Geography                                                                     9-12
                        organizer to display geographic information (G-1A-H1)

                        The student will analyze, interpret, and use information in
291206686   Geography   charts, diagrams, and graphs to explain geographic issues         9-12
                        (G-1A-H2)
                        The student will identify and analyze the distinguishing
                        physical or human characteristics of a given place (i.e.,
291206687   Geography                                                                     9-12
                        landforms, precipitation, ecosystems, settlement patterns,
                        economic activities) (G-1B-H1)

                        The student will evaluate how location, topography, climate,
                        natural resources, and other physical characteristics affect
291206688   Geography                                                                     9-12
                        human activities (i.e., cultural diversity, migration, physical
                        features) (G-1B-H1)
                        The student will draw conclusions about a place or area from
291206689   Geography                                                                     9-12
                        its geographic or physical features (G-1B-H1)
                        The student will explain how topography, climate, soil,
291206690   Geography   vegetation, and natural resources shape the history of a          9-12
                        region (G-1B-H2)
                        The student will explain how location, physical features, and
                        human characteristics of places influenced historical events
291206691   Geography                                                                     9-12
                        (e.g., World War II, Cuban Missile Crisis, Vietnam, Middle
                        East conflicts) (G-1B-H2)
                        The student will explain ways in which regional systems are
291206692   Geography   interconnected (e.g., interstate transportation and trade,        9-12
                        interconnecting rivers and canals) (G-1B-H3)
                        The student will analyze world regions in terms of given
291206693   Geography   characteristics (e.g., population density, natural resources,     9-12
                        economic activities, demography) (G-1B-H3)
                        The student will explain how physical or geographical
                        characteristics (e.g., mountain ranges, interconnecting
291206694   Geography                                                                     9-12
                        waterways) facilitate or hinder regional interactions (G-1B-
                        H3)
                        The student will explain how technological advances have
291206695   Geography   led to increasing interaction between regions (e.g., use of       9-12
                        satellites for monitoring and exploration ) (G-1B-H3)
                        The student will analyze how human activities and physical
291206696   Geography   characteristics of regions have led to regional labels (e.g.,     9-12
                        Dust Bowl, New South, Sunbelt) (G-1B-H4)
                        The student will describe how physical, historical, and
291206697   Geography   cultural characteristics give definition to a place or region     9-12
                        (e.g., New South, Jerusalem) (G-1B-H4)




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                        The student will categorize elements of the natural
                        environment as belonging to one of four components of
291206698   Geography                                                                    9-12
                        Earth's physical systems: atmosphere, lithosphere,
                        biosphere, or hydrosphere (G-1C-H1)
                        The student will categorize areas or regions in terms of the
291206699   Geography   physical processes that affect them (e.g., Pacific Ocean         9-12
                        "Rim of Fire", San Adreas fault) (G-1C-H1)
                        The student will examine the physical effects of Earth-Sun
291206700   Geography                                                                    9-12
                        relationships (G-1C-H1)
                        The student will explain the movement of wind patterns
291206701   Geography   across the earth, its relationship to ocean currents, and its    9-12
                        climatic effects on various regions of the world (G-1C-H1)
                        The student will examine the effects of a physical process
                        (e.g., erosion and depository processes, global warming, El
291206702   Geography                                                                    9-12
                        Nino) on the natural environment and societies of an area
                        and draw conclusions from that information (G-1C-H1)
                        The student will compare and contrast past and present
291206703   Geography                                                                    9-12
                        trends in human migration (G-1C-H2)
                        The student will assess the role of environmental changes,
                        economic scarcity, conflict, political developments, cultural
291206704   Geography   factors, and prosperity in human migration (e.g., escape         9-12
                        from persecution or famine, migration to the suburbs) (G-1C-
                        H2)
                        The student will analyze patterns of urban development in an
291206705   Geography                                                                    9-12
                        area or region (G-1C-H3)
                        The student will compare, contrast, and analyze the
                        distribution, growth rates, and other demographic
291206706   Geography                                                                    9-12
                        characteristics of human populations in various countries or
                        regions (G-1C-H3)
                        The student will analyze the current and future impact of
291206707   Geography   population growth on the world (e.g., natural resources, food    9-12
                        supply, standard of living) (G-1C-H3)
                        The student will analyze population pyramids and use other
                        data, graphics, and maps to describe population
291206708   Geography                                                                    9-12
                        characteristics of different societies and to predict future
                        growth (G-1C-H3)
                        The student will compare the role that culture plays in
291206709   Geography   incidents of cooperation and conflict in the present-day world   9-12
                        (G-1C-H4)
                        The student will analyze how certain cultural characteristics
291206710   Geography   can link or divide regions (e.g., language, religion,            9-12
                        demography) (G-1C-H4)
                        The student will identify the geographical distribution of the
291206711   Geography   different economic systems (market, command, traditional,        9-12
                        mixed) (G-1C-H5)



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                        The student will distinguish between developed and
291206712   Geography   developing countries, including the standard of living in these    9-12
                        nations, GDP, and per capita income (G-1C-H5)
                        The student will analyze ways in which the distribution of
291206713   Geography   economic systems relates to regional tensions or regional          9-12
                        cooperation (e.g., North and South Korea) (G-1C-H6)
                        The student will analyze the role of differing points of view
291206714   Geography   and national self-interest in disputes over territory and          9-12
                        resources (e.g., oil, water, boundaries) (G-1C-H6)
                        The student will analyze regional issues and alliances in
291206715   Geography   terms of common interests related to territory and resources       9-12
                        (e.g., oil, water, boundaries) (G-1C-H6)
                        The student will identify technological advances that
291206716   Geography   expanded human capacity to modify the environment (e.g.,           9-12
                        steam, nuclear power, levees) (G-1D-H1)
                        The student will describe challenges to human systems and
                        activities posed by the physical environment or the impact of
291206717   Geography                                                                      9-12
                        natural processes and disasters on human systems (e.g.,
                        infrastructure) (G-1D-H2)

                        The student will analyze or evaluate strategies for dealing
291206718   Geography   with environmental challenges (e.g., dams or dikes to control      9-12
                        floods, fertilizer to improve crop production) (G-1D-H2)

                        The student will analyze the relationship between the
                        development of natural resources in a region and human
291206719   Geography                                                                      9-12
                        settlement patterns or regional variations in land use (G-1D-
                        H3)
                        The student will assess the ways in which unequal
291206720   Geography   distribution of natural resources has led to exploration,          9-12
                        colonization, and conflict (G-1D-H3)
                        The student will analyze world or regional distribution of
291206721   Geography   natural resources in terms of import need and export               9-12
                        capacity (G-1D-H3)

                        The student will analyze the relationship between a country’s
291206722   Geography   standard of living and its locally accessible natural resources    9-12
                        (e.g., the effects of oil reserves in a region) (G-1D-H3)

                        The student will describe the impact of the scarcity of natural
291206723   Geography   resources (e.g., water shortage) or pollution (e.g., air, water)   9-12
                        (G-1D-H3)
                        The student will assess the role of government in preserving
291206724   Geography   natural resources and protecting the physical environment          9-12
                        (G-1D-H4)
                        The student will evaluate the effectiveness of policies and
291206725   Geography   programs related to conservation and use of natural                9-12
                        resources (G-1D-H4)



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                        The student will evaluate import and export policies in regard
291206726   Geography                                                                    9-12
                        to a country’s needs for resources (G-1D-H4)
                        The student will debate a position on an environmental issue
291206727   Geography   involving conservation or use of natural resources (e.g.,        9-12
                        private vs. public interest) (G-1D-H5)
                        The student will evaluate options for solving a local or
                        regional problem involving physical processes or
291206728   Geography                                                                    9-12
                        environmental challenges (e.g., government disaster aid) (G-
                        1D-H5)
                        The student will demonstrate an awareness of time by using
291206729     History   and responding to such words as yesterday, today, and            PK
                        tomorrow (PK-CSS-H1) (H-1A-E1)
                        The student will use words to describe the chronology of the
291206730     History                                                                     K
                        school day (e.g., first, next, last) (H-1A-E1)
                        The student will identify ways in which people are alike and
291206731     History                                                                     K
                        different (H-1A-E2)
                        The student will describe personal likes and dislikes (e.g.,
291206732     History                                                                     K
                        picture journals) (H-1A-E3)
                        The student will identify customs associated with national
291206733     History                                                                     K
                        holidays (H-1C-E1)
                        The student will use words to describe time (past, present,
291206734     History                                                                     1
                        future) (H-1A-E1)
                        The student will identify similarities and differences in
291206735     History   families over time (e.g., structure, roles of women, men and      1
                        children) (H-1A-E2)
                        The student will create a primary source of personal
291206736     History                                                                     1
                        information (e.g., autobiography, journal/diary) (H-1A-E3)
                        The student will identify transportation methods of the local
291206737     History                                                                     1
                        community in the past (H-1B-E2)
291206738     History   The student will develop a personal timeline (H-1A-E1)            2
                        The student will identify similarities and differences in
291206739     History                                                                     2
                        communities over time (H-1A-E2)
                        The student will identify sources where historical information
291206740     History   can be found and how that information can be used (H-1A-          2
                        E3)
                        The student will locate general areas on maps and globes
291206741     History                                                                     2
                        referenced in historical stories and legends (H-1A-E3)
                        The student will compare and contrast the student's daily life
291206742     History                                                                     2
                        to that of parents, grandparents, and/or guardians (H-1B-E1)
                        The student will identify and describe the significance of
291206743     History                                                                     2
                        various community landmarks and symbols (H-1C-E2)
                        The student will identify cultural elements (e.g., crafts,
291206744     History                                                                     2
                        customs, music, folklore) of the local community (H-1C-E4)




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                        The student will explain the customs related to important
291206745     History   holidays and ceremonies in various countries around the            2
                        world in the past (H-1D-E1)
                        The student will complete or interpret a timeline based on
291206746     History                                                                      3,4
                        given information (H-1A-E1)
                        The student will use and interpret information in a map,
291206747     History                                                                      3,4
                        table, or graph to describe the past (H-1A-E3)
                        The student will identify and compare primary and secondary
291206748     History                                                                      3,4
                        sources (H-1A-E3)
                        The student will identify ways different cultures record their
291206749     History                                                                      3
                        histories (e.g., oral, visual, written) (H-1A-E3)
                        The student will describe family life at a given time in history
291206750     History                                                                      3
                        and compare it with present-day family life (H-1B-E1)
                        The student will describe changes in community life,
291206751     History                                                                      3
                        comparing a given time in history to the present (H-1B-E2)
                        The student will identify and describe early settlers in
291206752     History                                                                      3
                        Louisiana (H-1C-E1)
                        The student will identify people and their influence in the
291206753     History                                                                      3
                        early development of Louisiana (H-1C-E1)
                        The student will describe the importance of events and ideas
291206754     History                                                                      3
                        significant to Louisiana's development (H-1C-E1)
                        The student will identify and describe the significance of
291206755     History   various state and national landmarks and symbols (H-1C-            3
                        E2)
                        The student will identify the causes and effects of the major
291206756     History                                                                      3
                        historical migrations to Louisiana (H-1C-E3)
                        The student will identify cultural elements that have
291206757     History   contributed to our state heritage (e.g., Mardi Gras,               3
                        Cajun/Creole cooking) (H-1C-E4)
                        The student will describe aspects of family life, structures,
291206758     History                                                                      3
                        and roles in cultures other than the United States (H-1D-E1)
                        The student will explain how technology has changed
291206759     History   present-day family and community life in Louisiana (H-1D-          3
                        E2)
                        The student will compare how a person today might view an
291206760     History   issue or event differently from a person living in an earlier      4
                        time (H-1A-E2)
                        The student will describe the point of view of an historical
291206761     History   figure or group, drawing on given stimulus material (e.g.,         4
                        views expressed in the "I Have a Dream" speech) (H-1A-E2)
                        The student will describe beliefs, customs, and traditions of
291206762     History                                                                      4
                        family life in the past and present (H-1B-E1)
                        The student will identify and describe major early explorers
291206763     History                                                                      4
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                        The student will identify leaders and their influence in the
291206764     History                                                                        4
                        early development of America (H-1C-E1)
                        The student will describe the importance of events and ideas
291206765     History                                                                        4
                        significant to our nation’s development (H-1C-E1)
                        The student will identify a document/speech/address
                        significant to the development of the nation from an excerpt
291206766     History   (e.g., Preamble to the U.S. Constitution), and identify the          4
                        author/speaker of a particular document/speech/address (H-
                        1C-E1)
                        The student will describe American democratic principles as
291206767     History   exemplified by major historic events, groups of people, and          4
                        leaders (e.g., Civil War, Civil Rights Movement) (H-1C-E2)
                        The student will identify the causes and effects of the major
291206768     History   historical (voluntary and involuntary) migrations to and within      4
                        America (H-1C-E3) (G-1C-E3)
                        The student will identify and explain cultural elements that
291206769     History                                                                        4
                        have contributed to our national heritage (H-1C-E4)
                        The student will identify how dance, music, and arts of
291206770     History   various cultures around the world reflect the history, daily life,   4
                        and beliefs of the people (H-1D-E1)
                        The student will identify significant historical achievements of
291206771     History   various cultures of the world (e.g., building of the pyramids,       4
                        founding of the Olympics) (H-1D-E1)
                        The student will identify and describe inventions that have
291206772     History   affected people’s lives or altered their view of the world (H-       4
                        1D-E2)
                        The student will identify the chronological order of major
291206773     History                                                                        4
                        scientific or technological advancements (H-1D-E2)

                        The student will identify important historic figures from
291206774     History   around the world and explain the impact of their contributions       4
                        (e.g., Galileo, Madame Curie, Guttenberg) (H-1D-E3)

                        The student will construct a timeline of key events in
291206775     History                                                                        5
                        American history (beginnings to 1763) (H-1A-M1)
                        The student will demonstrate an understanding of relative
291206776     History   and absolute chronology by interpreting data presented in a          5
                        timeline (H-1A-M1)
                        The student will identify different points of view about key
291206777     History                                                                        5
                        events in early American history (H-1A-M2)
                        The student will identify the causes, effects, or impact of a
291206778     History                                                                        5
                        given event in early American history (H-1A-M3)
                        The student will use both a primary and secondary source to
291206779     History   describe key events or issues in early American history (H-          5
                        1A-M4)




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                        The student will identify historical issues or problems in early
291206780     History                                                                      5
                        America and explain how they were addressed (H-1A-M5)

                        The student will conduct historical research using a variety of
291206781     History   resources to answer historical questions related to early          5
                        American history (H-1A-M6)
                        The student will identify and describe indigenous cultures
291206782     History   and groups that existed in the Americas at the beginning of        5
                        European exploration (H-1B-M1)
                        The student will describe the trade that connected the
                        Americas, Western Europe, and Western Africa prior to
291206783     History                                                                      5
                        1620, including the origins of the West Africa-European
                        trade connection (H-1B-M1)
                        The student will compare and contrast Africans, Europeans,
291206784     History   and Native Americans converging in the Western                     5
                        Hemisphere after 1492 (H-1B-M1)
                        The student will explain that cultures change through cultural
291206785     History                                                                      5
                        diffusion, invention, and innovation (H-1B-M2)
                        The student will describe major early explorations and
291206786     History                                                                      5
                        explorers and their reasons for exploration (H-1B-M2)
                        The student will describe the Spanish conquests in the
291206787     History   Americas including the impact on the Aztecs, Incas, and            5
                        other indigenous peoples (H-1B-M2)
                        The student will explain the course and consequences of the
                        Columbian Exchange, including its cultural, ecological, and
291206788     History                                                                      5
                        economic impact on Europe, the Americas, and West Africa
                        (H-1B-M2)

                        The student will describe the arrival of Africans in the
                        European colonies in the seventeenth century and the
291206789     History                                                                      5
                        increase in the importation of slaves in the eighteenth
                        century (H-1B-M3)
                        The student will explain the societal impact of the immersion
291206790     History                                                                      5
                        of Africans in the Americas (H-1B-M3)
                        The student will identify instances of both cooperation and
291206791     History                                                                      5
                        conflict between Indians and European settlers (H-1B-M3)
                        The student will describe and compare the various religious
291206792     History   groups in colonial America and the role of religion in colonial    5
                        communities (H-1B-M4)
                        The student will describe the political, social, and economic
291206793     History   organization and structure of the thirteen British colonies that   5
                        became the United States (H-1B-M5)
                        The student will describe reflections of European culture,
291206794     History                                                                      5
                        politics, and institutions in American life (H-1B-M5)




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                        The student will explain why some colonists felt loyal to
291206795     History   England due to their cultural, political, and economic ties to     5
                        their homeland (H-1B-M5)
                        The student will describe the origins, characteristics, and
                        expansion of ancient American empires (e.g., Inca, Maya)
291206796     History                                                                      5
                        and complex societies in the Americas (e.g., Aztec) (H-1C-
                        M13)
                        The student will construct a timeline of key developments in
291206797     History   world history (political, social, technological,                   6
                        religious/cultural) (H-1A-M1)
                        The student will interpret data presented in a timeline to
291206798     History   identify change and continuity in world civilizations (H-1A-       6
                        M1)
                        The student will describe the defining characteristics of
291206799     History   major world civilizations from political, social, and economic     6
                        perspectives (H-1A-M2)
                        The student will describe the causes, effects, or impact of a
291206800     History   given historical development or event in world civilizations (H-   6
                        1A-M3)
                        The student will use multiple primary and secondary sources
291206801     History                                                                      6
                        to describe world civilizations (H-1A-M4)
                        The student will identify historical issues or problems in world
291206802     History   civilizations and discuss how they were addressed (H-1A-           6
                        M5)
                        The student will conduct historical research using a variety of
291206803     History   resources to answer historical questions related to world          6
                        civilizations (H-1A-M6)
                        The student will describe features of the earliest
291206804     History                                                                      6
                        communities (e.g., shelter, food, clothing) (H-1C-M1)

                        The student will describe hunter-gatherer societies, including
291206805     History                                                                      6
                        the development of tools and the use of fire (H-1C-M1)

                        The student will explain how geographical features
291206806     History   influenced development of early civilizations (e.g.,               6
                        domestication, cultivation, specialization) (H-1C-M2)
                        The student will explain why agricultural societies developed
291206807     History                                                                      6
                        from hunters and gatherers (H-1C-M2)
                        The student will discuss the climatic changes and human
                        modifications of the physical environment that gave rise to
291206808     History                                                                      6
                        the domestication of plants and animals and new sources of
                        clothing (H-1C-M2)

                        The student will locate and describe the major river systems
                        and discuss the physical settings that supported permanent
291206809     History                                                                      6
                        settlement and early civilizations in Mesopotamia, Egypt,
                        China, and the Indus valley (H-1C-M3)




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                        The student will describe the major characteristics of early
291206810     History                                                                      6
                        river valley civilizations (H-1C-M3)
                        The student will describe how early river civilizations
291206811     History   influenced the development of other cultures through trade         6
                        and cultural diffusion (H-1C-M4)
                        The student will describe the development of agricultural
291206812     History   societies and individual communities in Southwest Asia, the        6
                        Mediterranean basin, and temperate Europe (H-1C-M4)
                        The student will identify the effects of migration and
291206813     History   militarization on the politics and social fabric of Europe and     6
                        Asia (H-1C-M5)
                        The student will analyze the origins and influence of the
291206814     History                                                                      6
                        Hittite, Minoan, and Mycenaean civilizations (H-1C-M5)
                        The student will explain the significance of the introduction of
291206815     History   iron tools and weapons in Southwest Asia and the                   6
                        Mediterranean region (H-1C-M6)
                        The student will explain the significance of Phoenician trade
291206816     History                                                                      6
                        in the Mediterranean basin (H-1C-M6)
                        The student will identify forms of writing developed in early
291206817     History   civilizations and discuss how written records changed              6
                        political, legal, religious, and cultural life (H-1C-M6)
                        The student will describe the development of the Greek city-
291206818     History   states, the cultural achievements of Athens, and the impact        6
                        of Alexander the Great’s conquests (H-1C-M7)
                        The student will explain the sharing of ideas, goods, and
291206819     History   services through trade between the Greek and Roman                 6
                        civilizations (H-1C-M7)
                        The student will describe and compare/contrast the key
291206820     History   characteristics of classical civilizations (e.g., Greek, Roman,    6
                        Persian, Chinese) (H-1C-M7)
                        The student will identify the major new religions and relate
                        them to the empires that emerged in the Mediterranean
291206821     History                                                                      6
                        Basin, China, and India (i.e., Christianity, Hinduism,
                        Buddhism, Islam) (H-1C-M8)
                        The student will compare and contrast the major religions in
291206822     History                                                                      6
                        terms of leaders, key beliefs, and location (H-1C-M8)
                        The student will trace the spread of major religions and
291206823     History   cultural traditions (e.g., the migration of Jews, spread of        6
                        Christianity, expansion of Islamic rule) (H-1C-M9)
                        The student will identify the effect that the major religions
291206824     History   have had on European, Asian, and African civilizations (H-1C-      6
                        M9)
                        The student will describe the changes and developments
                        brought about by the emergence and collapse of major
291206825     History                                                                      6
                        empires/kingdoms in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas
                        prior to A.D. 1000 (H-1C-M10)



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                        The student will describe major events, key figures, and
291206826     History   social structure of the Early Middle Ages (e.g., the fall of       6
                        Rome, Charlemagne, feudalism) (H-1C-M10)
                        The student will identify effects of exploration and trade on
291206827     History   the economic and cultural development of Europe, Africa,           6
                        and Asia prior to 1500 (H-1C-M11)
                        The student will explain how communication among regions
291206828     History                                                                      6
                        was accomplished between AD 1000 and 1500 (H-1C-M11)
                        The student will explain how and why Europe changed
291206829     History   politically, socially, culturally, or economically during the      6
                        period of intensified hemispheric interactions (H-1C-M12)
                        The student will describe the major contributing factors that
291206830     History                                                                      6
                        led to the Renaissance (H-1C-M12)
                        The student will describe the major contributing factors that
291206831     History                                                                      6
                        would lead to the Reformation (H-1C-M12)
                        The student will explain the major social, economic, political,
                        and cultural features of European, African, and Asian
291206832     History                                                                      6
                        societies that stimulated exploration and colonization (H-1C-
                        M14)
                        The student will identify major technological developments in
291206833     History   shipbuilding, navigation, and naval warfare, and trace the         6
                        cultural origins of various innovations (H-1C-M14)
                        The student will describe the major achievements of the
291206834     History   early Renaissance in Europe, including the impact of               6
                        innovations in printing (H-1C-M14)
                        The student will construct a timeline of key events and key
291206835     History                                                                      7
                        figures in U.S. history from 1763 to 1877 (H-1A-M1)
                        The student will interpret a timeline to identify cause-and-
291206836     History                                                                      7
                        effect relationships among events in U.S. history (H-1A-M1)
                        The student will explain the point of view of key historical
291206837     History                                                                      7
                        figures and groups in U.S. history (H-1A-M2)
                        The student will explain the causes, effects, or impact of a
291206838     History                                                                      7
                        given historical event in U.S. history (H-1A-M3)
                        The student will explain how a given historical figure
291206839     History                                                                      7
                        influenced or changed the course of U.S. history (H-1A-M3)
                        The student will compare and contrast two primary sources
291206840     History                                                                      7
                        related to the same event in U.S. history (H-1A-M4)
                        The student will propose and defend an alternative course of
291206841     History                                                                      7
                        action to a given issue or problem in U.S. history (H-1A-M5)
                        The student will conduct historical research using a variety of
                        resources, and evaluate those resources for reliability and
291206842     History                                                                      7
                        bias, to answer historical questions related to U.S. history (H-
                        1A-M6)




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                        The student will explain the causes, course, and
291206843     History   consequences of the American Revolutionary War (H-1B-             7
                        M6)
                        The student will compare and contrast the strategies and
291206844     History   motivations of the Patriots, Loyalists, and British during the    7
                        American Revolution (H-1B-M6)
                        The student will explain the role of key figures in the
291206845     History                                                                     7
                        American Revolution (H-1B-M6)
                        The student will explain how the American Revolution
291206846     History   affected the politics, society, and economy of the new nation     7
                        (H-1B-M7)
                        The student will describe the issues involved in the creation
291206847     History                                                                     7
                        and ratification of the U.S. Constitution (H-1B-M8)
                        The student will explain the significance of the Bill of Rights
291206848     History                                                                     7
                        and its specific guarantees (H-1B-M8)
                        The student will describe major events and issues involving
291206849     History                                                                     7
                        early presidencies (H-1B-M8)
                        The student will explain Napoleon’s reasons for selling the
291206850     History   Louisiana territory to the United States and the impact of that   7
                        acquisition (H-1B-M9)
                        The student will explain President Madison’s reason for
291206851     History   declaring war in 1812 and the consequences of the Native          7
                        American alliance with the British (H-1B-M9)
                        The student will describe provisions of the Monroe Doctrine
291206852     History                                                                     7
                        and its influence on U.S. foreign relations (H-1B-M9)
                        The student will explain westward movement of the United
291206853     History   States, the changes it created, and its effects on relations      7
                        with Native Americans (H-1B-M9)
                        The student will explain Manifest Destiny and its economic,
291206854     History                                                                     7
                        political, social, and religious roots (H-1B-M9)
                        The student will describe diplomatic and political
291206855     History   developments that led to the resolution of conflicts with         7
                        Britain, Spain, and Russia from 1815 to 1850 (H-1B-M9)
                        The student will identify the causes, course, and
291206856     History   consequences of the Texas War for Independence and the            7
                        Mexican-American War (H-1B-M9)
                        The student will describe Jacksonian Democracy, the
291206857     History   influence of Jackson on the U.S. political system, and            7
                        Jackson’s Indian Removal Policy (H-1B-M10)
                        The student will identify major technological developments
                        related to land, water, and transportation and explain how
291206858     History                                                                     7
                        they transformed the economy, created international
                        markets, and affected the environment (H-1B-M10)




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                        The student will analyze national policies on a protective
                        tariff, a national bank, federally funded improvements (e.g.,
291206859     History                                                                     7
                        roads, canals, railroads), and educational and prison
                        reforms (H-1B-M10)
                        The student will compare ways of life in northern and
291206860     History   southern states and identify factors that caused rapid            7
                        urbanization and the growth of slavery (H-1B-M10)

                        The student will identify the causes and explain the effects of
291206861     History                                                                     7
                        new waves of immigration prior to the Civil War (H-1B-M10)

                        The student will explain the importance of the Second Great
                        Awakening, the ideas of its principal leaders, and how it
291206862     History                                                                     7
                        affected public education, temperance, women’s suffrage,
                        and abolition (H-1B-M11)
                        The student will describe fundamental beliefs of abolitionists
291206863     History   and compare positions of those who favored gradual versus         7
                        immediate emancipation (H-1B-M11)
                        The student will identify the major antebellum reform
291206864     History   movements, their leaders, and the movements’ effects on           7
                        the United States (H-1B-M11)
                        The student will describe the economic, social, and cultural
                        differences between the North and South, including the
291206865     History                                                                     7
                        advantages and disadvantages each had at the outbreak of
                        the Civil War (H-1B-M12)

                        The student will explain the impact of the compromises on
                        the issue of slavery and the Dred Scott decision on
291206866     History                                                                     7
                        increasing tensions between the North and South (H-1B-
                        M12)
                        The student will explain the immediate and long-term causes
291206867     History   of the secession of the Southern states and the outbreak of       7
                        the Civil War (H-1B-M12)
                        The student will describe the course of the Civil War,
291206868     History   including major turning points and the war’s immediate and        7
                        long-term impact on the North and the South (H-1B-M12)
                        The student will explain the purpose, significance, and
291206869     History                                                                     7
                        results of Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation (H-1B-M12)
                        The student will describe provisions of the Thirteenth
                        Amendment and Lincoln’s reasons for advancing it, as well
291206870     History                                                                     7
                        as the purpose and significance of the Fourteenth and
                        Fifteenth Amendments (H-1B-M12)
                        The student will describe, compare, and evaluate various
291206871     History                                                                     7
                        reconstruction plans of the post-Civil War South (H-1B-M13)
                        The student will explain the growing conflict between Andrew
291206872     History   Johnson and Congress, and the reasons for and                     7
                        consequences of his impeachment and trial (H-1B-M13)



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                        The student will describe the successes and failures of
291206873     History   Reconstruction, as well as its impact on the South (H-1B-         7
                        M13)
                        The student will explain how the presidential election of 1876
291206874     History   led to the Compromise of 1877 and brought about an end to         7
                        Reconstruction in the South (H-1B-M13)
                        The student will construct a timeline of key events in
291206875     History                                                                     8
                        Louisiana history (H-1A-M1)
                        The student will interpret data presented in a timeline
291206876     History                                                                     8
                        correlating Louisiana, U.S., and world history (H-1A-M1)
                        The student will compare and contrast events and ideas
291206877     History   from Louisiana’s past and present, explaining political,          8
                        social, or economic contexts (H-1A-M2)
                        The student will analyze the causes, effects, or impact of a
291206878     History                                                                     8
                        given historical event in Louisiana (H-1A-M3)
                        The student will analyze how a given historical figure
291206879     History   influenced or changed the course of Louisiana’s history (H-       8
                        1A-M3)
                        The student will analyze given source material to identify
291206880     History                                                                     8
                        opinion, propaganda, or bias (H-1A-M4)


291206881     History   The student will interpret a political cartoon (H-1A-M4)          8


                        The student will propose and defend potential solutions to
291206882     History                                                                     8
                        past and current issues in Louisiana (H-1A-M5)
                        The student will conduct historical research using a variety of
291206883     History   resources, and evaluate those resources, to answer                8
                        historical questions related to Louisiana history (H-1A-M6)
                        The student will describe major early explorers and
291206884     History   explorations significant to Louisiana or early settlers in        8
                        Louisiana (H-1D-M1)
                        The student will describe leaders who were influential in
291206885     History                                                                     8
                        Louisiana’s development (H-1D-M1)
                        The student will describe and explain the importance of
291206886     History   major events and ideas in the development of Louisiana (H-        8
                        1D-M1)
                        The student will describe the causes and effects of various
291206887     History                                                                     8
                        migrations into Louisiana (H-1D-M1)
                        The student will describe the contributions of ethnic groups
291206888     History                                                                     8
                        significant in Louisiana history (H-1D-M1)
                        The student will trace and describe various governments in
291206889     History                                                                     8
                        Louisiana’s history (H-1D-M2)




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                        The student will describe major conflicts in context of
291206890     History   Louisiana history (e.g., Rebellion of 1768, the French and          8
                        Indian War) (H-1D-M3)
                        The student will describe and analyze the impact of
291206891     History   Louisiana’s geographic features on historic events,                 8
                        settlement patterns, economic development, etc. (H-1D-M4)
                        The student will explain how Louisiana’s natural resources
291206892     History                                                                       8
                        have shaped its history (e.g., petroleum) (H-1D-M4)
                        The student will trace the state’s economic development and
291206893     History   growth toward economic diversity (e.g., fur trade, tourism,         8
                        technology) (H-1D-M5)
                        The student will explain cultural elements that have shaped
291206894     History   Louisiana’s heritage (e.g., festivals, music, dance, food,          8
                        languages) (H-1D-M6)
                        The student will construct a timeline to explain and analyze
291206895     History                                                                      9-12
                        historical periods in U.S. history (H-1A-H1)
                        The student will compare historical periods or historical
291206896     History   conflicts in terms of similar issues, actions, or trends in U.S.   9-12
                        history (H-1A-H1)
                        The student will contrast past and present events or ideas in
291206897     History   U.S. history, demonstrating awareness of differing political,      9-12
                        social, or economic context (H-1A-H1)
                        The student will analyze change or continuity in the United
291206898     History   States over time based on information in stimulus                  9-12
                        material (H-1A-H1)
                        The student will describe multiple perspectives on an
291206899     History                                                                      9-12
                        historical issue or event in U.S. history (H-1A-H2)
                        The student will analyze the point of view of an historical
291206900     History                                                                      9-12
                        figure or group in U.S. history (H-1A-H2)
                        The student will analyze or interpret a given historical event,
291206901     History                                                                      9-12
                        idea, or issue in U.S. history (H-1A-H2)
                        The student will debate an historical point of view, with
291206902     History   supporting evidence, on an issue or event in U.S. history (H-      9-12
                        1A-H2)
                        The student will evaluate and use multiple primary or
291206903     History   secondary materials to interpret historical facts, ideas, or       9-12
                        issues (H-1A-H3)
                        The student will determine when primary and/or secondary
291206904     History   sources would be most useful when analyzing historical             9-12
                        events (H-1A-H3)
                        The student will propose and defend alternative courses of
291206905     History   action to address an historical or contemporary issue, and         9-12
                        evaluate their positive and negative implications (H-1A-H4)
                        The student will analyze and evaluate the credibility of a
291206906     History   given historical document (e.g., in terms of its source,           9-12
                        unstated assumptions) (H-1A-H4)




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                        The student will analyze source material to identify opinion or
291206907     History                                                                     9-12
                        propaganda and persuasive techniques (H-1A-H4)
                        The student will interpret a political cartoon depicting an
291206908     History                                                                     9-12
                        historical event, issue, or perspective (H-1A-H4)
                        The student will interpret or analyze historical data in a map,
291206909     History   table, or graph to explain historical factors or trends (H-1A-    9-12
                        H4)
                        The student will construct a narrative summary of an
291206910     History                                                                     9-12
                        historical speech or address (H-1A-H5)
                        The student will conduct historical research using a variety of
291206911     History   resources to answer historical questions related to U.S.          9-12
                        history (H-1A-H5)
                        The student will analyze causes and effects in historical and
291206912     History   contemporary U.S. events, using a variety of resources (H-        9-12
                        1A-H6)
                        The student will examine the causes of industrialization and
291206913     History   analyze its impact on production, business structures, the        9-12
                        work force, and society in the United States (H-1B-H6)
                        The student will describe the emergence of big business and
291206914     History   analyze how it changed American society in the late               9-12
                        nineteenth century (H-1B-H6)
                        The student will analyze the changing relationship between
291206915     History                                                                     9-12
                        the federal government and private industry (H-1B-H6)
                        The student will describe the phases, geographic origins,
291206916     History   and motivations behind mass migration to and within the           9-12
                        United States (H-1B-H7)
                        The student will explain the causes of the late nineteenth-
291206917     History   century urbanization of the United States and discuss its         9-12
                        impact (H-1B-H7)
                        The student will explain the impact of legislation, federal
                        Indian and land policies, and economic policies on
291206918     History                                                                     9-12
                        established groups in the settlement of the western United
                        States (e.g., Dawes Act, Chinese Exclusion Act) (H-1B-H7)

                        The student will analyze the role of the media, political
                        leaders, and intellectuals in raising awareness of social
291206919     History                                                                     9-12
                        problems among Americans in the United States (e.g.,
                        Muckrakers, Jane Adams) (H-1B-H8)

                        The student will evaluate the Progressive movement in
                        terms of its goals and resulting accomplishments (e.g.,
291206920     History                                                                     9-12
                        Sixteenth through Nineteenth Amendments, Pure Food and
                        Drug Act) (H-1B-H8)

                        The student will describe problems facing farmers and
                        laborers, the ways they sought to enact change, and the
291206921     History                                                                     9-12
                        responses of the government and business community (e.g.,
                        share-croppers, rise of labor unions) (H-1B-H9)



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                        The student will locate on a world map the territories
                        acquired by the United States during its emergence as an
291206922     History                                                                    9-12
                        imperial power in the world and explain how these territories
                        were acquired (H-1B-H10)
                        The student will explain the U.S. policy of imperialism and
291206923     History   how it increased U.S. involvement in world affairs (H-1B-        9-12
                        H10)
291206924     History   The student will identify causes of World War I (H-1B-H10)       9-12
                        The student will describe the events that led to U.S.
291206925     History                                                                    9-12
                        involvement in World War I (H-1B-H10)
                        The student will identify and describe significant events and
291206926     History                                                                    9-12
                        issues during World War I (H-1B-H10)
                        The student will identify and explain the consequences of
                        World War I, in terms of changes in U.S. foreign and
291206927     History                                                                    9-12
                        domestic policies during the 1920s (e.g., Wilson’s Fourteen
                        Points, League of Nations) (H-1B-H11)
                        The student will identify the characteristics of the 1920s and
291206928     History   describe the cultural changes that resulted (e.g., Harlem        9-12
                        Renaissance, prohibition, women’s suffrage) (H-1B-H11)
                        The student will analyze the international and domestic
291206929     History   events, interests, and philosophies that prompted threats to     9-12
                        civil liberties in the aftermath of World War I (H-1B-H11)
                        The student will identify the causes of the Great Depression
291206930     History   (e.g., over speculation, Stock Market Crash of 1929) and         9-12
                        analyze its impact on American society (H-1B-H12)
                        The student will explain the expanding role of government as
291206931     History   a result of the Great Depression and the New Deal and            9-12
                        analyze the effects of the New Deal legislation (H-1B-H12)
                        The student will describe the conditions that led to the
291206932     History                                                                    9-12
                        outbreak of World War II (H-1B-H13)
                        The student will describe the events that led the United
291206933     History                                                                    9-12
                        States into World War II (H-1B-H13)
                        The student will describe the course of World War II,
291206934     History   including major turning points and key strategic decisions (H-   9-12
                        1B-H13)
                        The student will describe the effects of World War II on the
291206935     History   U.S. home front and Europe, including the Holocaust (H-1B-       9-12
                        H13)
                        The student will explain the consequences and impact of
291206936     History   World War II (e.g., Cold War, United Nations, Baby Boom)         9-12
                        (H-1B-H13)
                        The student will analyze the spread of Communism after
291206937     History   World War II and its impact on U.S. foreign policy (H-1B-        9-12
                        H14)
                        The student will analyze the conflicts that resulted from Cold
291206938     History                                                                    9-12
                        War tensions (e.g., Vietnam War, Korean War) (H-1B-H14)


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                        The student will describe the impact of the Cold War on
291206939     History   American society and domestic policy (e.g., McCarthyism,             9-12
                        Space Race) (H-1B-H14)
                        The student will analyze the reasons for the end of the Cold
291206940     History                                                                        9-12
                        War and its impact on the world today (H-1B-H14)
                        The student will explain the impact of post-World War II
291206941     History   domestic policies on life in the United States (e.g., the Great      9-12
                        Society) (H-1B-H15)
                        The student will identify the primary leaders of the Civil
291206942     History   Rights Movement and describe major issues and                        9-12
                        accomplishments (H-1B-H15)
                        The student will describe the effects of Watergate on the
291206943     History                                                                        9-12
                        United States and its political system (H-1B-H15)
                        The student will identify and describe the social and cultural
291206944     History   changes from the 1960s to the present (e.g., Women’s                 9-12
                        Movement) (H-1B-H15)
                        The student will evaluate various means of achieving
291206945     History   equality of political rights (e.g., civil disobedience vs. violent   9-12
                        protest) (H-1B-H15)
                        The student will evaluate the effects of the mass media on
291206946     History                                                                        9-12
                        American society (H-1B-H16)
                        The student will describe the impact of technology on
291206947     History                                                                        9-12
                        American society (H-1B-H16)
                        The student will analyze contemporary issues in American
291206948     History                                                                        9-12
                        society and suggest alternative solutions (H-1B-H17)
                        The student will identify recent U.S. Supreme Court
291206949     History   decisions and describe how they impact political and social          9-12
                        institutions (e.g., presidential election of 2000) (H-1B-H17)
                        The student will describe the relationship of the United
291206950     History   States and nations of the world in the post-Cold War era             9-12
                        (e.g., Middle East conflicts, U.S. peace keeping) (H-1B-H18)
                        The student will identify recent trends in the U.S. economy
291206951     History   and explain shifts in government policy designed to address          9-12
                        them (e.g., NAFTA, global economy) (H-1B-H18)
                        The student will identify and explain recent domestic issues
291206952     History   and reform movements (e.g., terrorism, energy,                       9-12
                        environment, war on drugs, education) (H-1B-H18)
                        The student will construct a timeline to explain and analyze
291206953     History                                                                        9-12
                        historical periods in world history (H-1A-H1)
                        The student will compare historical periods or historical
291206954     History   conflicts in terms of similar issues, actions, or trends in world    9-12
                        history (H-1A-H1)
                        The student will contrast past and present events or ideas in
291206955     History   world history, demonstrating awareness of differing political,       9-12
                        social, or economic context (H-1A-H1)




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                        The student will analyze change or continuity in the in areas
291206956     History   of the world over time based on information in stimulus           9-12
                        material (H-1A-H1)
                        The student will describe multiple perspectives on an
291206957     History                                                                     9-12
                        historical issue or event in world history (H-1A-H2)
                        The student will analyze the point of view of an historical
291206958     History                                                                     9-12
                        figure or group in world history (H-1A-H2)
                        The student will analyze or interpret a given historical event,
291206959     History                                                                     9-12
                        idea, or issue in world history (H-1A-H2)
                        The student will debate an historical point of view, with
291206960     History   supporting evidence, on an issue or event in world history (H-    9-12
                        1A-H2)
                        The student will evaluate and use multiple primary or
291206961     History   secondary materials to interpret historical facts, ideas, or      9-12
                        issues (H-1A-H3)
                        The student will determine when primary and/or secondary
291206962     History   sources would be most useful when analyzing historical            9-12
                        events (H-1A-H3)
                        The student will propose and defend alternative courses of
291206963     History   action to address an historical or contemporary issue, and        9-12
                        evaluate their positive and negative implications (H-1A-H4)
                        The student will analyze and evaluate the credibility of a
291206964     History   given historical document (e.g., in terms of its source,          9-12
                        unstated assumptions) (H-1A-H4)
                        The student will analyze source material to identify opinion or
291206965     History                                                                     9-12
                        propaganda and persuasive techniques (H-1A-H4)
                        The student will interpret a political cartoon depicting an
291206966     History                                                                     9-12
                        historical event, issue, or perspective (H-1A-H4)
                        The student will interpret or analyze historical data in a map,
291206967     History   table, or graph to explain historical factors or trends (H-1A-    9-12
                        H4)
                        The student will construct a narrative summary of an
291206968     History                                                                     9-12
                        historical speech or address (H-1A-H5)
                        The student will conduct historical research using a variety of
                        resources to answer historical questions related to world
291206969     History                                                                     9-12
                        history and present that research in appropriate format(s) (H-
                        1A-H5)
                        The student will analyze causes and effects in historical and
291206970     History   contemporary world events, using a variety of resources (H-       9-12
                        1A-H6)
                        The student will explain the origins, developments, and
291206971     History   consequences of the transatlantic slave trade between Africa      9-12
                        and the Americas and Europe (H-1C-H6)




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                        The student will identify major technological innovations in
                        shipbuilding, navigation, and naval warfare, and explain how
291206972     History   these technological advances were related to European            9-12
                        voyages of exploration, conquest, and colonization (H-1C-
                        H6)
                        The student will identify demographic, economic, and social
291206973     History                                                                    9-12
                        trends in major world regions (H-1C-H7)
                        The student will describe key features of the Renaissance,
291206974     History   Reformation, Scientific Revolution, and the Age of               9-12
                        Enlightenment (H-1C-H7)
                        The student will describe major changes in world political
                        boundaries between 1450 and 1770 and assess the extent
291206975     History   and limitations of European political and military power in      9-12
                        Africa, Asia, and the Americas as of the mid-eighteenth
                        century (H-1C-H8)
                        The student will describe the development of nation-states
291206976     History                                                                    9-12
                        and major world powers (H-1C-H8)
                        The student will describe the goals and consequences of
291206977     History                                                                    9-12
                        European colonization in the Americas (H-1C-H9)
                        The student will describe the European commercial
291206978     History                                                                    9-12
                        penetration of Asia and the impact on trade (H-1C-H9)
                        The student will identify the influence of European economic
291206979     History   power within Africa and its impact on other parts of the world   9-12
                        (H-1C-H9)
                        The student will describe the major ideas of philosophers
291206980     History                                                                    9-12
                        and their effects on the world (H-1C-H10)
                        The student will identify causes and evaluate effects of major
291206981     History   political revolutions since the seventeenth century (H-1C-       9-12
                        H10)
                        The student will describe how the American Revolution
291206982     History   differed from the French Revolution and the impact both had      9-12
                        on world political developments (H-1C-H10)
                        The student will describe the characteristics of the
                        agricultural revolution that occurred in England and Western
291206983     History                                                                    9-12
                        Europe and analyze its effects on population growth,
                        industrialization, and patterns of landholding (H-1C-H11)
                        The student will describe the expansion of industrial
291206984     History   economies and the resulting social transformations               9-12
                        throughout the world (H-1C-H11)
                        The student will describe the motives, major events, and
291206985     History   effects of Western European and American imperialism in          9-12
                        Africa, Asia, and the Americas (H-1C-H12)
                        The student will use a map to identify the extent of European
291206986     History                                                                    9-12
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                        The student will describe the origins, major events, and
291206987     History   peace settlements of World War I from multiple international      9-12
                        perspectives (H-1C-H13)
                        The student will describe the causes and consequences of
291206988     History                                                                     9-12
                        the Russian Revolution of 1917 (H-1C-H13)
                        The student will explain how art, literature, and intellectual
291206989     History   thought reflect changes brought about by World War I (e.g.,       9-12
                        Freud, Einstein) (H-1C-H13)
                        The student will explain the causes and consequences of
291206990     History                                                                     9-12
                        global depression following World War I (H-1C-H13)
                        The student will describe the political, social, and economic
291206991     History   conditions leading to the rise of totalitarianism in the Soviet   9-12
                        Union, Germany, Italy, Japan, and Spain (H-1C-H13)
                        The student will describe the origins, major events, and
291206992     History   peace settlements of World War II including decisions made        9-12
                        at wartime conferences (H-1C-H13)
                        The student will explain the consequences of World War II
                        as a total war (e.g., occupation of defeated powers,
291206993     History                                                                     9-12
                        Nuremberg trials, Cold War, NATO, Warsaw Pact) (H-1C-
                        H13)

                        The student will explain major differences in the political
                        ideologies and values of the Western democracies versus
291206994     History                                                                     9-12
                        the Soviet bloc and how they led to development of the Cold
                        War (H-1C-H14)
                        The student will describe the causes and effects of major
291206995     History   Cold War crises and military conflicts on the world (H-1C-        9-12
                        H14)
                        The student will analyze and compare the development of
291206996     History                                                                     9-12
                        Communism in the Soviet Union and China (H-1C-H14)
                        The student will describe the end of colonial rule in Asia,
291206997     History                                                                     9-12
                        Africa, the Americas, and the Middle East (H-1C-H14)
                        The student will describe the role of the United Nations in the
291206998     History                                                                     9-12
                        contemporary world (H-1C-H14)
                        The student will analyze the consequences of the breakup of
291206999     History                                                                     9-12
                        the Soviet Union on the world (H-1C-H15)
                        The student will describe terrorist movements in terms of
291207000     History   their proliferation and impact on politics and societies (H-1C-   9-12
                        H15)
                        The student will describe the progress and status of
291207001     History   democratic movements and civil rights around the world (H-        9-12
                        1C-H15)
                        The student will explain the political, social, and economic
291207002     History   significance of the growing interdependence in the global         9-12
                        economy (H-1C-H15)




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                        The student will analyze information about current economic
291207003     History   systems undergoing change (e.g., developing countries to      9-12
                        developed countries) (H-1C-H15)
                        The student will describe and evaluate the significance and
291207004     History   possible consequences of major technological innovations      9-12
                        and trends (H-1C-H15)




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             A C A D E M I C / C O G N I T I V E - STUDY SKILLS
GOALS
                                The student will __________________. (Select one or more of the
 310020000        General       areas below for the goal. Insert in area blank above.) *Earn Carnegie
                                Units *Maintain Passing Grades
 310020001        General       Insert Study Skills Goal Here
                  Earning
 310020002                      The student will earn _____ Carnegie units
               Carnegie Units

                Maintaining
 310020003                      The student will maintain a passing grade in _ / _ courses
              Passing Grades

OBJECTIVES
 310020101        General       The student will keep a daily assignment record for all classes
 310020102        General       The student will maintain a passing average in _________ class
                                The student will bring books and materials necessary for completing all
 310020103        General
                                classroom and homework assignments
 310020104        General       The student will complete assignments on time for academic classes
                                The student will pass tests utilizing proper study skills techniques:
 310020105        General       reading and reviewing notes, making note cards, outlining, highlighting
                                important details, etc.
                                The student will use textbooks, technology, and reference books as a
 310020106        General
                                source to complete assignments
                                The student will apply paraphrasing and note taking skills from written
 310020107        General
                                materials
                                The student will allot adequate preparation time for exams, tests,
 310020108        General
                                projects, etc.
 310020109        General       The student will take notes from a class lecture or written selection
 310020110        General       The student will organize material through outlining
                                The student will apply techniques such as categorization and context
 310020111        General
                                clues to acquire content area vocabulary
                                The student will recognize/develop individual learning style(s) to meet
 310020112        General
                                academic requirements
                                The student will use critical reading skills to gain information from
 310020113        General
                                sources
                                The student will preview and familiarize himself/herself with textbook
 310020114        General
                                before using it
 310020115        General       The student will use test preparation strategies to improve test scores
                                The student will break down long assignments into smaller, more
 310020116        General
                                manageable segments
 310020117        General       The student will study and prepare for tests well in advance
 310020118        General       The student will review past notes on a regular basis
 310020119        General       The student will participate in a study group




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                               The student will set long-range goal(s) and develop a plan for achieving
310020120        General
                               them
                               The student will use resources such as library, internet, etc. to obtain
310020121        General
                               information

310020122        General       The student will make up questions related to key facts in notes or text

310020123        General       The student will keep information in an organized framework
310020124        General       The student will use mnemonic devices to develop memorization skills
                               The student will utilize a highlighter pen to select important information in
310020125        General
                               his/her notebook
                               The student will use a teacher-made rubric as a guide when completing
310020126        General
                               projects/assignments
310020127        General       Insert Study Skills Objective Here
310020128        General       Insert Study Skills Objective Here
310020129        General       Insert Study Skills Objective Here
310020130        General       Insert Study Skills Objective Here
310020131        General       Insert Study Skills Objective Here
                 Earning
310020132                      The student will keep a daily assignment record for all classes
              Carnegie Units
                 Earning
310020133                      The student will maintain a passing average in ______________ class
              Carnegie Units
                 Earning       The student will bring books and materials necessary for completing all
310020134
              Carnegie Units   classroom and homework assignments
                 Earning
310020135                      The student will complete assignments on time for academic classes
              Carnegie Units
                               The student will pass tests utilizing proper study skills techniques: read
                 Earning
310020136                      and review notes, make note cards, outlining, highlighting important
              Carnegie Units
                               details, etc.
                 Earning       The student will use textbooks, technology, and reference books as a
310020137
              Carnegie Units   source to complete assignments
                 Earning       The student will apply paraphrasing and note taking skills from written
310020138
              Carnegie Units   materials
                 Earning       The student will allot adequate preparation time for exams, tests,
310020139
              Carnegie Units   projects, etc.
                 Earning
310020140                      The student will take notes from a class lecture or written selection
              Carnegie Units
                 Earning
310020141                      The student will organize material through outlining
              Carnegie Units
                 Earning       The student will apply techniques such as categorization and context
310020142
              Carnegie Units   clues to acquire content area vocabulary
                 Earning       The student will recognize/develop individual learning style(s) using this
310020143
              Carnegie Units   to meet academic requirements



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                 Earning       The student will use critical reading skills to gain information from
310020144
              Carnegie Units   sources
                 Earning       The student will preview and familiarize himself/herself with textbook
310020145
              Carnegie Units   before using it
                 Earning
310020146                      The student will use test preparation strategies to improve test scores
              Carnegie Units
                 Earning       The student will break down long assignments into smaller, more
310020147
              Carnegie Units   manageable segments
                 Earning
310020148                      The student will study and prepare for tests well in advance
              Carnegie Units
                 Earning
310020149                      The student will review past notes and work on a regular basis
              Carnegie Units
                 Earning
310020150                      The student will participate in a study group
              Carnegie Units
                 Earning       The student will set long-range goal(s) and develop a plan for achieving
310020151
              Carnegie Units   them
                 Earning       The student will use resources such as library, internet, etc. to obtain
310020152
              Carnegie Units   information
                 Earning
310020153                      The student will make up questions related to key facts in notes or texts
              Carnegie Units
                 Earning
310020154                      The student will keep information in an organized framework
              Carnegie Units
                 Earning
310020155                      The student will use mnemonic devices to develop memorization skills
              Carnegie Units
                 Earning       The student will utilize a highlighter pen to select important information in
310020156
              Carnegie Units   his/her notebook
                 Earning       The student will use a teacher-made rubric as a guide when completing
310020157
              Carnegie Units   projects/assignments

               Maintaining     The student will, (adaptations), keep a daily assignment record for all
310020158
             Passing Grades    classes

               Maintaining
310020159                      The student will, (adaptations), maintain a passing average in ___ class
             Passing Grades

               Maintaining     The student will, (adaptations), bring books and materials necessary for
310020160
             Passing Grades    completing all classroom and homework assignments

               Maintaining     The student will, (adaptations), complete assignments on time for
310020161
             Passing Grades    academic classes

                               The student will, (adaptations), pass tests utilizing proper study skills
               Maintaining
310020162                      techniques: read and review notes, make note cards, outlining,
             Passing Grades
                               highlighting important details, etc.




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               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), use textbooks, technology, and reference
310020163
             Passing Grades   books as a source to complete assignments

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), apply paraphrasing and note taking skills
310020164
             Passing Grades   from written materials

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), allot adequate preparation time for
310020165
             Passing Grades   exams, tests, projects, etc.

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), take notes from a class lecture or written
310020166
             Passing Grades   selection

               Maintaining
310020167                     The student will, (adaptations), organize material through outlining
             Passing Grades

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), apply techniques such as categorization
310020168
             Passing Grades   and context clues to acquire content area vocabulary

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), recognize/develop individual learning
310020169
             Passing Grades   style(s) using this to meet academic requirements

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), use critical reading skills to gain
310020170
             Passing Grades   information from sources

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), preview and familiarize himself/herself
310020171
             Passing Grades   with textbook before using it

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), use test preparation strategies to
310020172
             Passing Grades   improve test scores

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), break down long assignments into
310020173
             Passing Grades   smaller, more manageable segments

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), study and prepare for tests well in
310020174
             Passing Grades   advance

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), review past notes and work on a regular
310020175
             Passing Grades   basis

               Maintaining
310020176                     The student will, (adaptations), participate in a study group
             Passing Grades

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), set long-range goal(s) and develop a
310020177
             Passing Grades   plan for achieving them

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), use resources such as library, internet,
310020178
             Passing Grades   etc. to obtain information




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               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), make up questions related to key facts in
310020179
             Passing Grades   notes or texts

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), keep information in an organized
310020180
             Passing Grades   framework

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), use mnemonic devices to develop
310020181
             Passing Grades   memorization skills

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), utilize a highlighter pen to select
310020182
             Passing Grades   important information in his/her notebook

               Maintaining    The student will, (adaptations), use a teacher-made rubric as a guide
310020183
             Passing Grades   when completing projects/assignments




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                                BEHAVIOR
GOALS
                         The student will demonstrate measurable progress toward the mastery of
                         developmentally appropriate compliance behaviors as evidenced by
321116000   Compliance
                         daily/weekly charts, teacher/administrative observations, and discipline
                         records
321116001   Compliance   Insert Behavior Goal Here
                         The student will demonstrate measurable progress toward the mastery of
                         developmentally appropriate non-verbal behaviors as evidenced by
321116002   Non-Verbal
                         daily/weekly charts, discipline records, and teacher/administration
                         observation

                         The student will demonstrate measurable progress toward the mastery of
                         developmentally appropriate language skills as needed for personal/social
321116003     Social
                         control as measured by daily/weekly charts, school discipline records, and
                         teacher/administrative observations

OBJECTIVES
                         The student will respond to adult authority request in adult presence (ELA-
321116101   Compliance
                         4-H2, ELA-4-H4)
                         The student will seek permission to share another person's objects,
321116102   Compliance
                         space, time, etc. (C-1D-H1)
                         The student will engage in cooperative play/work with others using
321116103   Compliance
                         formal/informal rules (G-1C-H6)
                         The student will comply with adult requests when reasons are stated (ELA-
321116104   Compliance
                         4-H2)

321116105   Compliance   The student will comply with rules in the presence of authority (ELA-4-H2)

                         The student will take turns a variety of sites--playground, cafeteria,
321116106   Compliance
                         classroom, etc. (ELA-7-H2)
                         The student will imitate adult performances, simple tasks, chores, etc.
321116107   Compliance
                         (ELA-4-H2)
                         The student will respond to compliance phrases: give it to me; move over;
321116108   Compliance
                         come here, etc. (ELA-4-H4)
                         The student will demonstrate appropriate social behaviors in a variety of
321116109   Compliance
                         settings: school, community, etc. (ELA-7-H2)
                         The student will demonstrate control of volume and content of speech
321116110   Compliance
                         (ELA-4-H1, ELA-4-H2)
                         The student will comply with change in leadership with same/new rules
321116111   Compliance
                         (ELA-4-H2)
                         The student will participate in establishing rules/consequences for
321116112   Compliance
                         breaking rules (ELA-7-H2)
                         The student will comply with pre-established rules for performance,
321116113   Compliance
                         games, work, speech, chores, etc. (G-1C-H6)




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                                BEHAVIOR
                         The student will select delayed tangible, verbal, and/or a status reward for
321116114   Compliance
                         appropriate performance (ELA-7-H2)
                         The student will participate in compromises within groups, and with adults
321116115   Compliance
                         and peers (G-1C-H6)

321116116   Compliance   The student will repeat/verbalize rule before action (ELA-4-H4)

                         The student will arbitrate conflict to agreeable resolution between self and
321116117   Compliance
                         others (ELA-7-H2)
                         The student will respond to anger, intimidation without physical or verbal
321116118   Compliance
                         violence (ELA-4-H4)

321116119   Compliance   The student will complete and turn in assignments on time (ELA-4-H2)

                         The student will comply with school rules regarding dress, halls, buses,
321116120   Compliance
                         cafeteria, off-campus, etc. (ELA-4-H2)
                         The student will follow procedures/consequences for check-out, tardiness,
321116121   Compliance
                         excused/unexcused absences (ELA-4-H2)
                         The student will arrive at school/work on time with required materials--
321116122   Compliance
                         homework, school books, supplies, tools, etc. (ELA-4-H2)

321116123   Compliance   The student will attend school/work daily as required (ELA-4-H2)

                         The student will indicate rights, territory, ownership for self/others (C-1D-
321116124   Compliance
                         H1)
                         The student will set compliance goals/resolutions with
321116125   Compliance
                         implementation/reward schedule (ELA-7-H2, ELA-7-H4)
                         The student will demonstrate control of body--hands to self, walking pace,
321116126   Compliance
                         etc. (ELA-4-H2)

321116127   Compliance   The student will articulate peer vs. adult rules (ELA-7-H2)

                         The student will identify positive routes to acceptance in a desired group
321116128   Compliance
                         (ELA-7-H2)

321116129   Compliance   The student will complete each period of the school/work day (ELA-4-H2)

321116130   Compliance   The student will identify and imitate positive peer behavior (ELA-7-H2)

                         The student will comply with multiple sets of rules in competitive activities
321116131   Compliance
                         (ELA-4-H2)

321116132   Compliance   The student will engage appropriately in competitive activities (ELA-4-H2)

                         The student will raise hand in classroom to seek attention/permission
321116133   Compliance
                         (ELA-4-H2)
                         The student will state rules/consequences with examples (ELA-7-H2, ELA-
321116134   Compliance
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                                 BEHAVIOR
321116135   Compliance   Insert Behavior Objective Here

321116136   Compliance   Insert Behavior Objective Here
321116137   Compliance   Insert Behavior Objective Here
321116138   Compliance   Insert Behavior Objective Here
321116139   Compliance   Insert Behavior Objective Here
321116140   Compliance   Insert Behavior Objective Here
                         The student will make and maintain eye contact when being addressed
321116141   Non-Verbal
                         and/or while speaking (ELA-4-H2)
                         The student will initiate socially appropriate touching for greeting--hug,
321116142   Non-Verbal
                         hand shake, nod head, etc. (ELA-4-H2, ELA-7-H2)
                         The student will act out body language of various moods: bored, pouting,
321116143   Non-Verbal
                         excited, etc. (ELA-4-H4)
                         The student will substitute directed activity for self-stimulatory activity
321116144   Non-Verbal
                         (ELA-4-H2)

321116145   Non-Verbal   The student will call for attention using gestures (ELA-4-H4)

                         The student will respond to attention with eye contact, smiles, etc. (ELA-4-
321116146   Non-Verbal
                         H2)
                         The student will reduce screaming by substituting gestures, verbals,
321116147   Non-Verbal
                         actions, etc. (ELA-4-H4)
                         The student will demonstrate appropriate attention getting gestures,
321116148   Non-Verbal
                         verbals, etc. (ELA-4-H2)
                         The student will demonstrate cause and effect of own/others behavior
321116149   Non-Verbal
                         (ELA-7-H4)
                         The student will conform to pre-established rules for performance, games,
321116150   Non-Verbal
                         behaviors, etc. (ELA-4-H2)
                         The student will discriminate judgments regarding intent, outcome of
321116151   Non-Verbal
                         positive/negative behaviors (ELA-7-H2, ELA-7-H4)
                         The student will using a contract, determine consequences for destructive
321116152   Non-Verbal
                         behaviors (ELA-7-H2, ELA-7-H4)
                         The student will substitute acceptable behaviors for unacceptable
321116153   Non-Verbal
                         behaviors (ELA-7-H2, ELA-7-H4)
                         The student will eliminate physical violence in preference to compromise
321116154   Non-Verbal
                         or negotiations (C-1A-H6)
                         The student will ignore other person's inappropriate behaviors, gestures,
321116155   Non-Verbal
                         verbals, etc. (ELA-7-H2)
                         The student will identify self-defeating/self-abusive behaviors, and
321116156   Non-Verbal
                         substitute more appropriate/positive behaviors (ELA-7-H2, ELA-7-H4)
                         The student will identify developmentally/socially acceptable sexual mores
321116157   Non-Verbal
                         (ELA-7-H2)




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                                 BEHAVIOR
                         The student will demonstrate socially acceptable sexual behaviors (G-1C-
321116158   Non-Verbal
                         H6, C-1D-H1)
                         The student will participate and initiate ritual greetings, farewells, and
321116159     Social
                         introductions (ELA-4-H4)
                         The student will express feelings: interest, pleasure, affection, approval,
321116160     Social
                         support (positives) (ELA-7-H2)
                         The student will express feelings: complaints, ownership, anger,
321116161     Social
                         disapproval, frustration (negatives) (ELA-7-H2)
                         The student will use explanations to express/explain incident causes (ELA-
321116162     Social
                         7-H4)
321116163     Social     The student will identify elements of conflict (ELA-7-H2)
                         The student will use volume, tone, and vocabulary appropriate to setting
321116164     Social
                         and audience (ELA-4-H1)
                         The student will request permission to speak in formal situations (ELA-4-
321116165     Social
                         H4)
                         The student will contribute relevant remarks/statements in formal/informal
321116166     Social
                         settings (ELA-4-H4)
321116167     Social     The student will report events using "I" statements (ELA-7-H2)
                         The student will propose solutions to problems instead of placing blame
321116168     Social
                         (ELA-7-H4)




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                C O M M U N I C A T I O N - ARTICULATION
GOALS
                            The student will demonstrate competence in speaking and listening as
 331103000   Articulation   tools for learning and communicating by producing targeted phonemes in
                            structured speaking activities (ELA-4)
                            The student will demonstrate competence in speaking and listening as
 331103001   Articulation   tools for learning and communicating by producing targeted phonemes in
                            spontaneous speech (ELA-4)
 331103002   Articulation   Insert Communication: Ariticulation Goal Here

OBJECTIVES
                            The student will identify and discriminate the target phoneme from
 331103101   Articulation
                            acoustically similar sounds (ELA-4-E1, M1, H1)
                            The student will speak intelligibly when producing targeted phonemes in
 331103102   Articulation
                            isolation (ELA-4-E1, M1, H1)
                            The student will speak intelligibly when producing targeted phonemes in
 331103103   Articulation
                            syllables (ELA-4-E1, M1, H1)
                            The student will speak intelligibly when producing targeted phonemes in
 331103104   Articulation
                            words (ELA-4-E1, M1, H1)
                            The student will speak intelligibly when producing targeted phonemes in
 331103105   Articulation
                            phrases (ELA-4-E1, M1, H1)
                            The student will speak intelligibly when producing targeted phonemes in
 331103106   Articulation
                            sentences (ELA-4-E1, M1, H1)
                            The student will speak intelligibly when producing targeted phonemes
 331103107   Articulation
                            when reading aloud (ELA-4-E1, M1, H1)
                            The student will speak intelligibly when producing targeted phonemes
 331103108   Articulation   during structured speaking activities (ex. given a topic, sound games,
                            etc.) (ELA-4-E1, M1, H1)
                            The student will speak intelligibly when producing targeted phonemes
 331103109   Articulation
                            during unstructured conversational speech (ELA-4-E1, M1, H1)
 331103110   Articulation   The student will imitate/perform oral-motor exercises
 331103111   Articulation   Insert Communication: Articulation Objective Here
 331103112   Articulation   Insert Communication: Articulation Objective Here
 331103113   Articulation   Insert Communication: Articulation Objective Here




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               C O M M U N I C A T I O N - AUDITORY TRAINING
GOALS
               Hearing       The student will demonstrate improved response to auditory stimulus by
 341103000
             Impaired/Deaf   _________ (ELA 1,2,3,4,5,7)
               Hearing
 341103001                   Insert Communication: Auditory Training Goal Here
             Impaired/Deaf

OBJECTIVES
               Hearing
 341103101                   The student will respond to the presence of sound through on/off activities
             Impaired/Deaf
                             The student will demonstrate awareness by responding (looking,
               Hearing
 341103102                   changing behavior) or producing a conditioned response (dropping object,
             Impaired/Deaf
                             raising hand, etc) to environmental sounds
                             The student will demonstrate awareness by responding (looking,
               Hearing
 341103103                   changing behavior) or producing a conditioned response (dropping
             Impaired/Deaf
                             object, raising hand, etc) to animal sounds
                             The student will demonstrate awareness by responding (looking,
               Hearing
 341103104                   changing behavior) or producing a conditioned response (dropping
             Impaired/Deaf
                             object, raising hand, etc) to musical sounds
                             The student will demonstrate awareness by responding (looking,
               Hearing
 341103105                   changing behavior) or producing a conditioned response (dropping object,
             Impaired/Deaf
                             raising hand, etc) to linguistic sounds
                             The student will discriminate between two grossly dissimilar sounds by
               Hearing
 341103106                   indicating same and/or different (point to paired pictures, signing, etc)
             Impaired/Deaf
                             when prompted
                             The student will discriminate between long vs. short sounds by indicating
               Hearing
 341103107                   difference (pointing, signing, repetition of sound length, etc) when
             Impaired/Deaf
                             prompted

               Hearing       The student will discriminate between one vs. many sounds by indicating
 341103108
             Impaired/Deaf   difference (pointing, repetition of sounds, etc) when prompted

                             The student will discriminate between fast vs. slow sounds by indicating
               Hearing
 341103109                   difference (pointing, indicating by rate of action, repetition, etc) when
             Impaired/Deaf
                             prompted
                             The student will discriminate between high vs. low sounds by indicating
               Hearing
 341103110                   difference (pointing, hand placements, repetitions of sounds, etc) when
             Impaired/Deaf
                             prompted
               Hearing       The student will discriminate between soft vs. loud sounds by indicating
 341103111
             Impaired/Deaf   difference (pointing, naming loud or soft, imitation of sounds heard, etc)
               Hearing       The student will recall a _____-step varied (long/short, fast/slow, etc)
 341103112
             Impaired/Deaf   sequence of sounds
               Hearing       The student will discriminate between paired dissimilar linguistic
 341103113
             Impaired/Deaf   sounds/words indicating difference (pointing, repeating, etc)

               Hearing       The student will discriminate between paired dissimilar linguistic
 341103114
             Impaired/Deaf   phrases/simple sentences indicating difference (pointing, repeating, etc)




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              C O M M U N I C A T I O N - AUDITORY TRAINING
              Hearing       The student will identify (pointing, looking, naming, etc) source of various
341103115
            Impaired/Deaf   sounds (environmental, animal, musical, etc)
                            The student will discriminate among single words in a closed set (names
              Hearing
341103116                   of peers, familiar vocabulary, etc) by identifying words (pointing, naming,
            Impaired/Deaf
                            repeating, etc)
              Hearing       The student will turn head or stop movement when name is called without
341103117
            Impaired/Deaf   being prompted to listen
              Hearing       The student will repeat simple rhythmic pattern using musical instruments
341103118
            Impaired/Deaf   and/or clapping, stomping, etc
              Hearing
341103119                   The student will repeat a simple intonation pattern using voice
            Impaired/Deaf
              Hearing       The student will discriminate among a closed set of vocabulary words by
341103120
            Impaired/Deaf   identifying the word (i.e.. pointing to picture, naming, repeating, etc)
              Hearing       The student will discriminate among a closed set of phrases/sentences by
341103121
            Impaired/Deaf   identifying the appropriate phrase (i.e.. repeating, pointing, etc)
              Hearing       The student will follow simple commands using only auditory clues (i.e..
341103122
            Impaired/Deaf   run, walk, stop, go to the _____, etc)
              Hearing       The student will identify a word (i.e.. name, point to picture/word, etc)
341103123
            Impaired/Deaf   based on descriptive information given using only auditory clues
              Hearing       The student will discriminate among various consonant/vowel sounds by
341103124
            Impaired/Deaf   pointing to the appropriate printed letters
              Hearing       The student will repeat simple phrases presented orally at a distances of
341103125
            Impaired/Deaf   _____ feet
              Hearing       The student will, using auditory clues only, answer simple questions
341103126
            Impaired/Deaf   without contextual or situational clues
              Hearing       The student will, using auditory clues only, follow directions without
341103127
            Impaired/Deaf   contextual or situational clues
              Hearing       The student will raise his/her hand when presented with a non-linguistic
341103128
            Impaired/Deaf   sound at a distance of _____ feet
              Hearing       The student will repeat the vocabulary word presented orally at a distance
341103129
            Impaired/Deaf   of _____ feet
              Hearing
341103130                   Insert Communication: Auditory Training Objective Here
            Impaired/Deaf
              Hearing       The student will repeat a sentence presented orally at a distance of _____
341103131
            Impaired/Deaf   feet
              Hearing       The student will localize sound by turning his/her head toward the sound
341103132
            Impaired/Deaf   source at a distance of _____ feet
              Hearing
341103133                   Insert Communication: Auditory Training Objective Here
            Impaired/Deaf
              Hearing
341103134                   Insert Communication: Auditory Training Objective Here
            Impaired/Deaf
              Hearing
341103135                   Insert Communication: Auditory Training Objective Here
            Impaired/Deaf



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              Hearing
341103136                   Insert Communication: Auditory Training Objective Here
            Impaired/Deaf
              Hearing
341103137                   Insert Communication: Auditory Training Objective Here
            Impaired/Deaf




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                        C O M M U N I C A T I O N - FLUENCY
GOALS
                            The student will demonstrate competence in speaking and listening as
 351103000    Fluency       tools for learning and communicating by using slow and easy speech
                            during structured speaking tasks (ELA-4)
 351103001    Fluency       Insert Communication: Fluency Goal Here

OBJECTIVES
                            The student will speak intelligibly when answering questions using slow
 351103101    Fluency
                            and easy speech (ELA-4-E1, M1, H1)
                            The student will speak intelligibly when reading a given passage or story
 351103102    Fluency
                            using slow and easy speech (ELA-4-E1, M1, H1)
                            The student will speak about a given topic using slow and easy speech
 351103103    Fluency
                            (ELA-4-E4, M4, H4)
                            The student will give 3-4 step directions orally using slow and easy
 351103104    Fluency
                            speech (ELA-4-E2, M2, H2)
                            The student will use slow and easy speech when reciting nursery rhymes,
 351103105    Fluency
                            poems, songs, etc (ELA-4-E4)
                            The student will use slow and easy speech when reciting poems, songs,
 351103106    Fluency
                            paragraphs, etc. (ELA-4-M4, H4)
                            The student will use slow and easy speech when describing pictures,
 351103107    Fluency
                            events, or stories (ELA-4-E3, E4, M3, M4, H3, H4)
                            The student will use slow and easy speech when participating in a variety
 351103108    Fluency
                            of roles in group discussions (ELA-4-E6, M6, H6)
                            The student will identify dysfluent episodes in speech of self and others
 351103109    Fluency
                            during recorded and/or live examples
                            The student will, reduce muscular tension by imitating/performing
 351103110    Fluency
                            relaxation exercises
 351103111    Fluency       Insert Communication: Fluency Objective Here
 351103112    Fluency       Insert Communication: Fluency Objective Here
 351103113    Fluency       Insert Communication: Fluency Objective Here




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                 C O M M U N I C A T I O N - H I TECHNOLOGY
GOALS
               Hearing       The student will become increasingly skilled in utilizing the iCommunicator
 361130000
             Impaired/Deaf   in the classroom (ELA 1,2,5)
               Hearing
 361130001                   Insert Communication: HI Technology Goal Here
             Impaired/Deaf

OBJECTIVES
               Hearing       The student will be able to connect all hardware, power on and boot up
 361130101
             Impaired/Deaf   the system, and properly shut down and disconnect the unit (ELA-4-H2)

               Hearing       The student will demonstrate competency in the use of a computer with
 361130102
             Impaired/Deaf   respect to working within a Windows environment (ELA-5-H4)
               Hearing       The student will demonstrate proficiency using the menu options in the
 361130103
             Impaired/Deaf   Control Window (ELA-5-H4)
               Hearing
 361130104                   The student will navigate the keyboard using hotkeys (ELA-4-H2)
             Impaired/Deaf
               Hearing       The student will formulate questions and statements for immediate
 361130105
             Impaired/Deaf   response in class and during personal conversations (ELA-4-H1)
               Hearing       The student will demonstrate competency in utilizing Say This/Note This
 361130106
             Impaired/Deaf   Text Box    ELA-4-h2
               Hearing
 361130107                   The student will pre-program Quik-Say/Edit function keys (ELA-4-H2)
             Impaired/Deaf
               Hearing       The student will insert notes into real-time text for later reference (ELA-4-
 361130108
             Impaired/Deaf   H2)
               Hearing       The student will access definitions using the Babylon dictionary (ELA-1-
 361130109
             Impaired/Deaf   H1)
               Hearing       The student will be able to save text, copy to a disk, and/or print text (ELA-
 361130110
             Impaired/Deaf   5-H1)
               Hearing       The student will demonstrate ability to clear the text window from the File
 361130111
             Impaired/Deaf   menu and from the Options menu (ELA-4-H2)
               Hearing       The student will demonstrate use of the Speak Text window to transmit
 361130112
             Impaired/Deaf   speech to a hearing assistive device (ELA-4-H4)
               Hearing
 361130113                   Insert Communication: HI Technology Objective Here
             Impaired/Deaf
               Hearing
 361130114                   Insert Communication: HI Technology Objective Here
             Impaired/Deaf
               Hearing
 361130115                   Insert Communication: HI Technology Objective Here
             Impaired/Deaf




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                     C O M M U N I C A T I O N - LANGUAGE
GOALS
371004000   Communication   Insert Communication: Language Goal Here
            : Language
            Communication   The student will read, comprehend, and respond to a range of materials,
371004001
            : Language      by (insert activity here) (ELA-1)
            Communication   The student will write competently for a variety of purposes and audiences
371004002
            : Language      by (insert activity here) (ELA-2)
                            The student will communicate using standard English grammar, usage,
371004003   Communication   sentence structure, punctuation, capitalization, spelling, and handwriting,
            : Language      by (insert activity here) ELA-3
            Communication   The student will demonstrate competence in speaking and listening as
371004004