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Content: Mathematics

Standards Correlation Date: 9/03

Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text           Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #
Operations With Real Numbers Students simplify and compare expressions.
Simplify to Avoid                                                    They use rational exponents and simplify
PX12-01                                 Algebra I
Tedious Calculations                                                 square roots.
Operations With Real Numbers Compare real number expressions.
MX06-05      Signed Numbers             Algebra I
Operations With Real Numbers Simplify square roots using factors.
MX12-02      Roots                      Algebra I
Operations With Real Numbers Simplify square roots using factors.
MX08-01      Find Common Factors        Algebra I
Simplify to Avoid                       Operations With Real Numbers Simplify square roots using factors.
PX12-01                                 Algebra I
Tedious Calculations
Associative and                         Operations With Real Numbers Understand and use the distributive,
MX06-08                                 Algebra I
Distributive Properties                                              associative, and commutative properties.
Algebraic Sums of                       Operations With Real Numbers Use the laws of exponents for rational
MX06-06                                 Algebra I
Signed Numbers                                                       exponents.
Linear Equations and         Students solve linear equations and
Solve Equations by                      Inequalities                 inequalities in one variable. They solve word
MX09-01                                 Algebra I
Substitution                                                         problems that involve linear equations,
inequalities, or formulas.
Linear Equations and         Students solve linear equations and
Solve Linear Equations                  Inequalities                 inequalities in one variable. They solve word
MX09-02                                 Algebra I
With One Unknown                                                     problems that involve linear equations,
inequalities, or formulas.
Linear Equations and         Students solve linear equations and
Solve Quadratic                         Inequalities                 inequalities in one variable. They solve word
MX09-03                                 Algebra I
Equations                                                            problems that involve linear equations,
inequalities, or formulas.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text           Standard Text                  Objective Text
Strategy #

Linear Equations and    Students solve linear equations and
Solve Equations With
Inequalities            inequalities in one variable. They solve word
MX09-04      More Than One                 Algebra I
problems that involve linear equations,
Unknown
inequalities, or formulas.
Linear Equations and    Students solve linear equations and
Use a Solution of One
Inequalities            inequalities in one variable. They solve word
MX09-05      Equation to Solve             Algebra I
problems that involve linear equations,
Another
inequalities, or formulas.
Linear Equations and    Students solve linear equations and
Inequalities            inequalities in one variable. They solve word
MX09-06      Equations Using a             Algebra I
problems that involve linear equations,
Formula
inequalities, or formulas.
Linear Equations and    Students solve linear equations and
Add or Subtract                            Inequalities            inequalities in one variable. They solve word
MX11-01                                    Algebra I
Quantities to Inequalities                                         problems that involve linear equations,
inequalities, or formulas.
Linear Equations and    Students solve linear equations and
Multiply or Divide an                      Inequalities            inequalities in one variable. They solve word
MX11-02                                    Algebra I
Inequality                                                         problems that involve linear equations,
inequalities, or formulas.
Linear Equations and    Students solve linear equations and
Find the Product of Two
Inequalities            inequalities in one variable. They solve word
MX11-03      Numbers or Expressions        Algebra I
problems that involve linear equations,
in Inequalities
inequalities, or formulas.
Linear Equations and    Students solve linear equations and
Solve Linear Inequalities                  Inequalities            inequalities in one variable. They solve word
MX11-04                                    Algebra I
in One Unknown                                                     problems that involve linear equations,
inequalities, or formulas.
Linear Equations and    Students solve linear equations and
Solve Higher Order
Inequalities            inequalities in one variable. They solve word
MX11-05      Inequalities in One           Algebra I
problems that involve linear equations,
Unknown
inequalities, or formulas.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text           Standard Text                  Objective Text
Strategy #

Linear Equations and    Students solve linear equations and
Use Inequalities to                        Inequalities            inequalities in one variable. They solve word
MX11-06                                    Algebra I
Compare Fractions                                                  problems that involve linear equations,
inequalities, or formulas.
Linear Equations and    Solve linear equations.
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-01                                    Algebra I    Inequalities
Equations Algebraically
Linear Equations and    Solve linear equations.
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-02                                    Algebra I    Inequalities
Equations Graphically
Solve Equations by                         Linear Equations and    Solve equations and formulas for a specified
MX09-01                                    Algebra I
Substitution                               Inequalities            variable.
Solve Linear Equations                     Linear Equations and    Solve equations and formulas for a specified
MX09-02                                    Algebra I
With One Unknown                           Inequalities            variable.
Solve Quadratic                            Linear Equations and    Solve equations and formulas for a specified
MX09-03                                    Algebra I
Equations                                  Inequalities            variable.
Solve Equations With                       Linear Equations and    Solve equations and formulas for a specified
MX09-04      More Than One                 Algebra I    Inequalities            variable.
Unknown
Use a Solution of One                      Linear Equations and    Solve equations and formulas for a specified
MX09-05      Equation to Solve             Algebra I    Inequalities            variable.
Another
General Quadratic                          Linear Equations and    Solve equations and formulas for a specified
MX09-06      Equations Using a             Algebra I    Inequalities            variable.
Formula
Linear Equations and    Find solution sets of linear inequalities when
MX11-01                                    Algebra I    Inequalities            possible numbers are given for the variable.
Quantities to Inequalities
Linear Equations and    Find solution sets of linear inequalities when
Multiply or Divide an
MX11-02                                    Algebra I    Inequalities            possible numbers are given for the variable.
Inequality
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text           Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #

Linear Equations and    Find solution sets of linear inequalities when
Find the Product of Two
Inequalities            possible numbers are given for the variable.
MX11-03      Numbers or Expressions        Algebra I
in Inequalities
Linear Equations and    Find solution sets of linear inequalities when
Solve Linear Inequalities
MX11-04                                    Algebra I    Inequalities            possible numbers are given for the variable.
in One Unknown
Solve Higher Order                         Linear Equations and    Find solution sets of linear inequalities when
MX11-05      Inequalities in One           Algebra I    Inequalities            possible numbers are given for the variable.
Unknown
Linear Equations and    Find solution sets of linear inequalities when
Use Inequalities to
MX11-06                                    Algebra I    Inequalities            possible numbers are given for the variable.
Compare Fractions
Solve Higher Order                         Linear Equations and    Solve linear inequalities using properties of
MX11-05      Inequalities in One           Algebra I    Inequalities            order.
Unknown
Linear Equations and    Solve combined linear inequalities.
Solve Systems of
MX57-01                                    Algebra I    Inequalities
Inequalities Algebraically
Solve Systems of                           Linear Equations and    Solve combined linear inequalities.
MX57-02                                    Algebra I
Inequalities Graphically                   Inequalities
Linear Equations and    Solve combined linear inequalities.
Solve Linear Inequalities
MX11-04                                    Algebra I    Inequalities
in One Unknown
Solve Higher Order                         Linear Equations and    Solve combined linear inequalities.
MX11-05      Inequalities in One           Algebra I    Inequalities
Unknown
Solve Equations by                         Linear Equations and    Solve word problems that involve linear
MX09-01                                    Algebra I
Substitution                               Inequalities            equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Solve Linear Equations                     Linear Equations and    Solve word problems that involve linear
MX09-02                                    Algebra I
With One Unknown                           Inequalities            equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Solve Quadratic                            Linear Equations and    Solve word problems that involve linear
MX09-03                                    Algebra I
Equations                                  Inequalities            equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text           Standard Text                    Objective Text
Strategy #

Solve Equations With                       Linear Equations and      Solve word problems that involve linear
MX09-04      More Than One                 Algebra I    Inequalities              equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Unknown
Use a Solution of One                      Linear Equations and      Solve word problems that involve linear
MX09-05      Equation to Solve             Algebra I    Inequalities              equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Another
General Quadratic                          Linear Equations and      Solve word problems that involve linear
MX09-06      Equations Using a             Algebra I    Inequalities              equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Formula
Linear Equations and      Solve word problems that involve linear
MX11-01                                    Algebra I    Inequalities              equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Quantities to Inequalities
Multiply or Divide an                      Linear Equations and      Solve word problems that involve linear
MX11-02                                    Algebra I
Inequality                                 Inequalities              equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Linear Equations and      Solve word problems that involve linear
Find the Product of Two
Inequalities              equations, formulas, and inequalities.
MX11-03      Numbers or Expressions        Algebra I
in Inequalities
Linear Equations and      Solve word problems that involve linear
Solve Linear Inequalities
MX11-04                                    Algebra I    Inequalities              equations, formulas, and inequalities.
in One Unknown
Solve Higher Order                         Linear Equations and      Solve word problems that involve linear
MX11-05      Inequalities in One           Algebra I    Inequalities              equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Unknown
Use Inequalities to                        Linear Equations and      Solve word problems that involve linear
MX11-06                                    Algebra I
Compare Fractions                          Inequalities              equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Translate Words into                       Linear Equations and      Solve word problems that involve linear
PX02-01                                    Algebra I
Math                                       Inequalities              equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Relations and Functions   Students sketch and interpret graphs
representing given situations. They
MX47-01      Graph Equations               Algebra I
understand the concept of a function and
analyze the graphs of functions.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text           Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #

Relations and Functions       Understand the concept of a function, decide
MX109-01     Time for a Change          Algebra I                                  if a given relation is a function, and link
equations to functions.
Relations and Functions       Understand the concept of a function, decide
MX109-02     Form and Function          Algebra I                                  if a given relation is a function, and link
equations to functions.
MX109-02     Form and Function          Algebra I    Relations and Functions       Find the domain and range of a relation.
Graphing Linear Equations and Graph a linear equation.
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-02                                 Algebra I    Inequalities
Equations Graphically
Graphing Linear Equations and Find the slope, x-intercept, and y-intercept of
Examine the X- and Y-
MX61-03                                 Algebra I    Inequalities                  a line given its graph, its equation, or two
Intercepts
points on the line.
Graphing Linear Equations and Find the slope, x-intercept, and y-intercept of
MX13-01      Number Lines               Algebra I    Inequalities                  a line given its graph, its equation, or two
points on the line.
Graphing Linear Equations and Find the slope, x-intercept, and y-intercept of
MX13-06      The Y-Intercept            Algebra I    Inequalities                  a line given its graph, its equation, or two
points on the line.
Graphing Linear Equations and Find the slope, x-intercept, and y-intercept of
MX13-07      The X-Intercept            Algebra I    Inequalities                  a line given its graph, its equation, or two
points on the line.
Graphing Linear Equations and Write the equation of a line in slope-intercept
Inequalities                  form. Understand how the slope and y-
MX47-01      Graph Equations            Algebra I
intercept of the graph are related to the
equation.
Graphing Linear Equations and Write the equation of a line in slope-intercept
Inequalities                  form. Understand how the slope and y-
MX13-01      Number Lines               Algebra I
intercept of the graph are related to the
equation.
Graphing Linear Equations and Write the equation of a line given appropriate
MX47-01      Graph Equations            Algebra I
Inequalities                  information.
Graphing Linear Equations and Write the equation of a line given appropriate
MX13-01      Number Lines               Algebra I
Inequalities                  information.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name       Strand Text           Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Graphing Linear Equations and Write the equation of a line that models a
Inequalities                  data set and use the equation (or the graph of
the equation) to make predictions. Describe
MX47-01      Graph Equations              Algebra I
the slope of the line in terms of the data,
recognizing that the slope is the rate of
change.
Graphing Linear Equations and Write the equation of a line that models a
Inequalities                  data set and use the equation (or the graph of
the equation) to make predictions. Describe
MX13-01      Number Lines                 Algebra I
the slope of the line in terms of the data,
recognizing that the slope is the rate of
change.
Pairs of Linear Equations and Students solve pairs of linear equations using
Inequalities                  graphs and using algebra. They solve pairs of
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-01                                   Algebra I                                  linear inequalities using graphs. They solve
Equations Algebraically
word problems involving pairs of linear
equations.
Pairs of Linear Equations and Students solve pairs of linear equations using
Inequalities                  graphs and using algebra. They solve pairs of
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-02                                   Algebra I                                  linear inequalities using graphs. They solve
Equations Graphically
word problems involving pairs of linear
equations.
Pairs of Linear Equations and Students solve pairs of linear equations using
Inequalities                  graphs and using algebra. They solve pairs of
Solve Linear Inequalities
MX11-04                                   Algebra I                                  linear inequalities using graphs. They solve
in One Unknown
word problems involving pairs of linear
equations.
Pairs of Linear Equations and Students solve pairs of linear equations using
Inequalities                  graphs and using algebra. They solve pairs of
Translate Words into
PX02-01                                   Algebra I                                  linear inequalities using graphs. They solve
Math
word problems involving pairs of linear
equations.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text           Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #

Pairs of Linear Equations and   Use a graph to estimate the solution of a pair
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-02                                 Algebra I    Inequalities                    of linear equations in two variables.
Equations Graphically
Solve Equations With                    Pairs of Linear Equations and   Understand and use the substitution method
MX09-04      More Than One              Algebra I    Inequalities                    to solve a pair of linear equations in two
Unknown                                                                 variables.
Solve Equations With                    Pairs of Linear Equations and   Understand and use the addition or
MX09-04      More Than One              Algebra I    Inequalities                    subtraction method to solve a pair of linear
Unknown                                                                 equations in two variables.
Solve Equations With                    Pairs of Linear Equations and   Understand and use multiplication with the
MX09-04      More Than One              Algebra I    Inequalities                    addition or subtraction method to solve a pair
Unknown                                                                 of linear equations in two variables.
Pairs of Linear Equations and   Use pairs of linear equations to solve word
MX58-02      Use Linear Equations       Algebra I
Inequalities                    problems.
MX03-01      Ratios                     Algebra I    Algebraic Fractions             Simplify algebraic ratios.
MX03-03      Proportions                Algebra I    Algebraic Fractions             Solve algebraic proportions.
MX09-03                                 Algebra I
Equations                               Equations
MX09-03                                 Algebra I
Equations                               Equations                       square equals a constant.
MX09-03                                 Algebra I
Equations                               Equations                       equations.
Algebra I
Equations                       the square.
MX09-03                                 Algebra I
Equations                               Equations                       formula.
MX58-03                                 Algebra I
Equations                               Equations                       problems.
Mathematical Reasoning and      Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving                 such as drawing a diagram, making a chart,
Round Off and
PX37-01                                 Algebra I                                    guess-and-check, solving a simpler problem,
Guesstimate
writing an equation, and working backwards.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text          Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, making a chart,
PX37-02                                 Algebra I                                 guess-and-check, solving a simpler problem,
Sparingly
writing an equation, and working backwards.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, making a chart,
PX37-03      Show Your Work             Algebra I                                 guess-and-check, solving a simpler problem,
writing an equation, and working backwards.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, making a chart,
PX37-04      Check Backwards            Algebra I                                 guess-and-check, solving a simpler problem,
writing an equation, and working backwards.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Use the properties of the real number system
Problem Solving              and the order of operations to justify the steps
MX06-09      Order of Operations        Algebra I
of simplifying functions and solving equations.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Understand that the logic of equation solving
Problem Solving              begins with the assumption that the variable
is a number that satisfies the equation and
that the steps taken when solving equations
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-01                                 Algebra I                                 create new equations that have, in most
Equations Algebraically
cases, the same solution set as the original.
Understand that similar logic applies to
solving systems of equations simultaneously.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text          Standard Text                        Objective Text
Strategy #

Mathematical Reasoning and   Understand that the logic of equation solving
Problem Solving              begins with the assumption that the variable
is a number that satisfies the equation and
that the steps taken when solving equations
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-02                                 Algebra I                                 create new equations that have, in most
Equations Graphically
cases, the same solution set as the original.
Understand that similar logic applies to
solving systems of equations simultaneously.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Understand that the logic of equation solving
Problem Solving              begins with the assumption that the variable
is a number that satisfies the equation and
that the steps taken when solving equations
Solve a Line-Parabola
MX56-01                                 Algebra I                                 create new equations that have, in most
System Algebraically
cases, the same solution set as the original.
Understand that similar logic applies to
solving systems of equations simultaneously.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Understand that the logic of equation solving
Problem Solving              begins with the assumption that the variable
is a number that satisfies the equation and
that the steps taken when solving equations
Solve a Line-Parabola
MX56-02                                 Algebra I                                 create new equations that have, in most
System Graphically
cases, the same solution set as the original.
Understand that similar logic applies to
solving systems of equations simultaneously.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text          Standard Text                        Objective Text
Strategy #

Mathematical Reasoning and   Understand that the logic of equation solving
Problem Solving              begins with the assumption that the variable
is a number that satisfies the equation and
that the steps taken when solving equations
Solve a Line-Circle
MX56-03                                    Algebra I                                 create new equations that have, in most
System Algebraically
cases, the same solution set as the original.
Understand that similar logic applies to
solving systems of equations simultaneously.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Understand that the logic of equation solving
Problem Solving              begins with the assumption that the variable
is a number that satisfies the equation and
that the steps taken when solving equations
Solve a Line-Circle
MX56-04                                    Algebra I                                 create new equations that have, in most
System Graphically
cases, the same solution set as the original.
Understand that similar logic applies to
solving systems of equations simultaneously.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Understand that the logic of equation solving
Problem Solving              begins with the assumption that the variable
is a number that satisfies the equation and
that the steps taken when solving equations
Solve Systems of
MX57-01                                    Algebra I                                 create new equations that have, in most
Inequalities Algebraically
cases, the same solution set as the original.
Understand that similar logic applies to
solving systems of equations simultaneously.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text           Standard Text                        Objective Text
Strategy #

Mathematical Reasoning and   Understand that the logic of equation solving
Problem Solving              begins with the assumption that the variable
is a number that satisfies the equation and
that the steps taken when solving equations
Solve Systems of
MX57-02                                    Algebra I                                 create new equations that have, in most
Inequalities Graphically
cases, the same solution set as the original.
Understand that similar logic applies to
solving systems of equations simultaneously.

Relations and Functions      Use function notation. Add, subtract, multiply,
MX109-02     Form and Function             Algebra II
and divide pairs of functions.
Relations and Functions      Understand composition of functions and
MX109-02     Form and Function             Algebra II
combine functions by composition.
Relations and Functions      Graph relations and functions with and
Algebra II
without graphing technology.
MX109-02     Form and Function             Algebra II   Relations and Functions      Find the zeros of a function.
Solve Systems of                           Relations and Functions      Solve an inequality by examining the graph.
MX57-02                                    Algebra II
Inequalities Graphically
Algebra II   Relations and Functions      Graph functions defined piece-wise.
Relations and Functions      Interpret given situations as functions in
MX109-02     Form and Function             Algebra II
graphs, formulas, and words.
Linear and Absolute Value    Use systems of linear equations and
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-01                                    Algebra II   Equations and Inequalities   inequalities to solve word problems.
Equations Algebraically
Linear and Absolute Value    Use systems of linear equations and
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-02                                    Algebra II   Equations and Inequalities   inequalities to solve word problems.
Equations Graphically
Linear and Absolute Value    Use systems of linear equations and
Solve Systems of
MX57-01                                    Algebra II   Equations and Inequalities   inequalities to solve word problems.
Inequalities Algebraically
Solve Systems of                           Linear and Absolute Value    Use systems of linear equations and
MX57-02                                    Algebra II
Inequalities Graphically                   Equations and Inequalities   inequalities to solve word problems.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name   Strand Text           Standard Text                     Objective Text
Strategy #

Functions                 transformations to quadratic functions. Find
MX109-01     Time for a Change        Algebra II
and interpret the zeros and maximum or
MX58-03                               Algebra II
Equations                             Functions                 equations.
Solve a Line-Parabola                 Conic Sections            Write the equations of conic sections (circle,
MX56-01                               Algebra II
System Algebraically                                            ellipse, parabola, and hyperbola).
Solve a Line-Parabola                 Conic Sections            Write the equations of conic sections (circle,
MX56-02                               Algebra II
System Graphically                                              ellipse, parabola, and hyperbola).
Solve a Line-Circle                   Conic Sections            Write the equations of conic sections (circle,
MX56-03                               Algebra II
System Algebraically                                            ellipse, parabola, and hyperbola).
Solve a Line-Circle                   Conic Sections            Write the equations of conic sections (circle,
MX56-04                               Algebra II
System Graphically                                              ellipse, parabola, and hyperbola).
Algebraic Fractions       Understand and use negative and fractional
MX12-01      Exponents                Algebra II
exponents.
Solve Fractional                      Algebraic Fractions       Understand and use negative and fractional
MX60-02                               Algebra II
Equations                                                       exponents.
Solve Equations                       Algebraic Fractions       Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify
MX60-01      Containing Fractional    Algebra II                             algebraic fractions.
Coefficients
Solve Fractional                      Algebraic Fractions       Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify
MX60-02                               Algebra II
Equations                                                       algebraic fractions.
Simplify to Avoid                     Algebraic Fractions       Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify
PX12-01                               Algebra II
Tedious Calculations                                            algebraic fractions.
Simplify to Avoid                     Algebraic Fractions       Simplify complex fractions.
PX12-01                               Algebra II
Tedious Calculations
Solve Equations                       Algebraic Fractions       Solve equations involving algebraic fractions.
MX60-01      Containing Fractional    Algebra II
Coefficients
Solve Fractional                      Algebraic Fractions       Solve equations involving algebraic fractions.
MX60-02                               Algebra II
Equations
Solve Fractional                      Algebraic Fractions       Solve word problems involving fractional
MX60-02                               Algebra II
Equations                                                       equations.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name   Strand Text           Standard Text                        Objective Text
Strategy #

Logarithmic and Exponential   Prove simple laws of logarithms.
MX63-01      Bases and Powers         Algebra II
Functions
Logarithmic and Exponential   Understand and use the inverse relationship
MX12-01      Exponents                Algebra II   Functions                     between exponents and logarithms.

Logarithmic and Exponential   Understand and use the inverse relationship
MX63-01      Bases and Powers         Algebra II   Functions                     between exponents and logarithms.

Logarithmic and Exponential   Use the definition of logarithms to convert
MX63-01      Bases and Powers         Algebra II
Functions                     logarithms from one base to another.
Logarithmic and Exponential   Use the properties of logarithms to simplify
MX63-01      Bases and Powers         Algebra II   Functions                     logarithmic expressions and to find their
approximate values.
Logarithmic and Exponential   Use calculators to find decimal
MX63-01      Bases and Powers         Algebra II   Functions                     approximations of natural and common
logarithmic numeric expressions.
Logarithmic and Exponential   Use calculators to find decimal
PX37-02                               Algebra II   Functions                     approximations of natural and common
Sparingly
logarithmic numeric expressions.
Counting Principles and       Understand and apply counting principles to
Permutations and
MX22-01                               Algebra II   Probability                   compute combinations and permutations.
Combinations
Counting Principles and       Use the basic counting principle,
Permutations and
MX22-01                               Algebra II   Probability                   combinations, and permutations to compute
Combinations
probabilities.
Counting Principles and       Use the basic counting principle,
MX22-02      Probability              Algebra II   Probability                   combinations, and permutations to compute
probabilities.
Mathematical Reasoning and    Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Round Off and                         Problem Solving               such as drawing a diagram, guess-and-
PX37-01                               Algebra II
Guesstimate                                                         check, solving a simpler problem, writing an
equation, and working backwards.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name    Strand Text           Standard Text                        Objective Text
Strategy #

Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Use Your Calculator                    Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, guess-and-
PX37-02                                Algebra II
Sparingly                                                           check, solving a simpler problem, writing an
equation, and working backwards.
Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, guess-and-
PX37-03      Show Your Work            Algebra II
check, solving a simpler problem, writing an
equation, and working backwards.
Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, guess-and-
PX37-04      Check Backwards           Algebra II
check, solving a simpler problem, writing an
equation, and working backwards.
Determine the                          Mathematical Reasoning and   Decide whether a solution is reasonable in
MX46-01      Reasonableness of a       Algebra II   Problem Solving              the context of the original situation.
Solution
Mathematical Reasoning and   Use the properties of number systems and
Problem Solving              the order of operations to justify the steps of
MX06-09      Order of Operations       Algebra II
simplifying functions and solving equations.

Points, Lines, Angles, and   Find the lengths and midpoints of line
MX13-01      Number Lines              Geometry     Planes                       segments in one- or two-dimensional
coordinate systems.
Points, Lines, Angles, and   Find the lengths and midpoints of line
Determine the Midpoint
MX13-04                                Geometry     Planes                       segments in one- or two-dimensional
of a Line Segment
coordinate systems.
Points, Lines, Angles, and   Construct congruent segments and angles,
Planes                       angle bisectors, and parallel and
The Language of
MX54-01                                Geometry                                  perpendicular lines using a straight edge and
Geometry
compass, explaining and justifying the
process used.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text           Standard Text                       Objective Text
Strategy #

Points, Lines, Angles, and   Construct congruent segments and angles,
Planes                       angle bisectors, and parallel and
Congruence and
MX54-02                                  Geometry                                  perpendicular lines using a straight edge and
Similarity
compass, explaining and justifying the
process used.
Points, Lines, Angles, and   Understand and use the relationships
MX14-05      Parallel Lines              Geometry     Planes                       between special pairs of angles formed by
parallel lines and transversals.
Points, Lines, Angles, and   Use coordinate geometry to find slopes,
MX13-01      Number Lines                Geometry     Planes                       parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and
equations of lines.
Points, Lines, Angles, and   Use coordinate geometry to find slopes,
MX13-02      Definitions                 Geometry     Planes                       parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and
equations of lines.
Points, Lines, Angles, and   Use coordinate geometry to find slopes,
Distance Between Two
MX13-03                                  Geometry     Planes                       parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and
Points
equations of lines.
Points, Lines, Angles, and   Use coordinate geometry to find slopes,
Determine the Midpoint
MX13-04                                  Geometry     Planes                       parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and
of a Line Segment
equations of lines.
Points, Lines, Angles, and   Use coordinate geometry to find slopes,
MX13-05      Plot the Graph of a Line    Geometry     Planes                       parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and
equations of lines.
Points, Lines, Angles, and   Use coordinate geometry to find slopes,
MX13-06      The Y-Intercept             Geometry     Planes                       parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and
equations of lines.
Points, Lines, Angles, and   Use coordinate geometry to find slopes,
MX13-07      The X-Intercept             Geometry     Planes                       parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and
equations of lines.
Points, Lines, Angles, and   Use coordinate geometry to find slopes,
MX13-08      Find the Slope              Geometry     Planes                       parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and
equations of lines.
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Regular and Irregular                 Polygons               Identify and describe convex, concave, and
MX16-06      Polygons and Other       Geometry                            regular polygons.
Shapes
Regular and Irregular                 Polygons               Find measures of interior and exterior angles
MX16-06      Polygons and Other       Geometry                            of polygons, justifying the method used.
Shapes
Congruence and                        Polygons               Use properties of congruent and similar
MX54-02                               Geometry
Similarity                                                   polygons to solve problems.
Regular and Irregular                 Polygons               Use properties of congruent and similar
MX16-06      Polygons and Other       Geometry                            polygons to solve problems.
Shapes
Polygons               Apply transformations (slides, flips, turns,
expansions, and contractions) to polygons to
Translation and                                              determine congruence, similarity, symmetry,
MX50-01                               Geometry
Reflection                                                   and tessellations. Know that images formed
by slides, flips, and turns are congruent to the
original shape.
Polygons               Apply transformations (slides, flips, turns,
expansions, and contractions) to polygons to
determine congruence, similarity, symmetry,
MX50-02      Dilation and Rotation    Geometry
and tessellations. Know that images formed
by slides, flips, and turns are congruent to the
original shape.
Polygons               Apply transformations (slides, flips, turns,
expansions, and contractions) to polygons to
The Language of                                              determine congruence, similarity, symmetry,
MX54-01                               Geometry
Geometry                                                     and tessellations. Know that images formed
by slides, flips, and turns are congruent to the
original shape.
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Strategy #

Polygons                Apply transformations (slides, flips, turns,
expansions, and contractions) to polygons to
Congruence and                                                determine congruence, similarity, symmetry,
MX54-02                               Geometry
Similarity                                                    and tessellations. Know that images formed
by slides, flips, and turns are congruent to the
original shape.
Polygons                Find and use measures of sides, perimeters,
Regular and Irregular
and areas of polygons. Relate these
MX16-06      Polygons and Other       Geometry
measures to each other using formulas.
Shapes
Regular and Irregular                 Polygons                Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX16-06      Polygons and Other       Geometry                             of polygons such as regularity, congruence,
Shapes                                                        and similarity.
Polygons                Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Congruence and
MX54-02                               Geometry                             of polygons such as regularity, congruence,
Similarity
and similarity.
MX16-01      Parallelograms           Geometry
square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram,
trapezoid, and kite.
MX16-02      Rectangles               Geometry
square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram,
trapezoid, and kite.
MX16-03      Rhombus                  Geometry
square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram,
trapezoid, and kite.
MX16-04      Squares                  Geometry
square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram,
trapezoid, and kite.
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Strategy #

MX16-05      Trapezoids                  Geometry
square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram,
trapezoid, and kite.
Quadrilaterals          Use properties of congruent and similar
The Language of
MX54-01                                  Geometry                             quadrilaterals to solve problems involving
Geometry
lengths and areas.
Quadrilaterals          Use properties of congruent and similar
Congruence and
MX54-02                                  Geometry                             quadrilaterals to solve problems involving
Similarity
lengths and areas.
Quadrilaterals          Find and use measures of sides, perimeters,
and areas of quadrilaterals. Relate these
MX16-01      Parallelograms              Geometry
measures to each other using formulas.

Quadrilaterals          Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-01      Number Lines                Geometry                             of quadrilaterals, such as regularity,
congruence, and similarity.
Quadrilaterals          Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-02      Definitions                 Geometry                             of quadrilaterals, such as regularity,
congruence, and similarity.
Quadrilaterals          Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Distance Between Two
MX13-03                                  Geometry                             of quadrilaterals, such as regularity,
Points
congruence, and similarity.
Quadrilaterals          Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Determine the Midpoint
MX13-04                                  Geometry                             of quadrilaterals, such as regularity,
of a Line Segment
congruence, and similarity.
Quadrilaterals          Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-05      Plot the Graph of a Line    Geometry                             of quadrilaterals, such as regularity,
congruence, and similarity.
Quadrilaterals          Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-06      The Y-Intercept             Geometry                             of quadrilaterals, such as regularity,
congruence, and similarity.
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Strategy #

Quadrilaterals          Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-07      The X-Intercept            Geometry                             of quadrilaterals, such as regularity,
congruence, and similarity.
Quadrilaterals          Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-08      Find the Slope             Geometry                             of quadrilaterals, such as regularity,
congruence, and similarity.
Quadrilaterals          Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
The Language of
MX54-01                                 Geometry                             of quadrilaterals, such as regularity,
Geometry
congruence, and similarity.
Quadrilaterals          Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Congruence and
MX54-02                                 Geometry                             of quadrilaterals, such as regularity,
Similarity
congruence, and similarity.
Triangles               Identify and describe triangles that are right,
MX15-01      Triangle Basics            Geometry                             acute, obtuse, scalene, isosceles, equilateral,
and equiangular.
Triangles               Identify and describe triangles that are right,
MX15-02      Perpendicular Bisectors    Geometry                             acute, obtuse, scalene, isosceles, equilateral,
and equiangular.
Triangles               Identify and describe triangles that are right,
MX15-03      Equilateral Triangles      Geometry                             acute, obtuse, scalene, isosceles, equilateral,
and equiangular.
Triangles               Identify and describe triangles that are right,
MX15-04      Altitude                   Geometry                             acute, obtuse, scalene, isosceles, equilateral,
and equiangular.
Triangles               Identify and describe triangles that are right,
Area and Perimeter of
MX15-05                                 Geometry                             acute, obtuse, scalene, isosceles, equilateral,
Triangles
and equiangular.
Triangles               Identify and describe triangles that are right,
Area and Perimeter of
MX15-06                                 Geometry                             acute, obtuse, scalene, isosceles, equilateral,
Right Triangles
and equiangular.
Triangles               Identify and describe triangles that are right,
Area and Perimeter of
MX15-07                                 Geometry                             acute, obtuse, scalene, isosceles, equilateral,
Equilateral Triangles
and equiangular.
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Strategy #

Triangles               Define, identify, and construct altitudes,
MX15-02      Perpendicular Bisectors    Geometry                             medians, angle bisectors, and perpendicular
bisectors.
Triangles               Define, identify, and construct altitudes,
MX15-04      Altitude                   Geometry                             medians, angle bisectors, and perpendicular
bisectors.
Congruence and                          Triangles               Construct triangles congruent to given
MX54-02                                 Geometry
Similarity                                                      triangles.
Triangles               Use properties of congruent and similar
The Language of
MX54-01                                 Geometry                             triangles to solve problems involving lengths
Geometry
and areas.
Triangles               Use properties of congruent and similar
Congruence and
MX54-02                                 Geometry                             triangles to solve problems involving lengths
Similarity
and areas.
Triangles               Use properties of congruent and similar
Area and Perimeter of
MX15-05                                 Geometry                             triangles to solve problems involving lengths
Triangles
and areas.
Triangles               Use properties of congruent and similar
Area and Perimeter of
MX15-06                                 Geometry                             triangles to solve problems involving lengths
Right Triangles
and areas.
Triangles               Use properties of congruent and similar
Area and Perimeter of
MX15-07                                 Geometry                             triangles to solve problems involving lengths
Equilateral Triangles
and areas.
Triangles               Prove that triangles are congruent or similar
The Language of
MX54-01                                 Geometry                             and use the concept of corresponding parts of
Geometry
congruent triangles.
Triangles               Prove that triangles are congruent or similar
Congruence and
MX54-02                                 Geometry                             and use the concept of corresponding parts of
Similarity
congruent triangles.
Triangles               Find and use measures of sides, perimeters,
Area and Perimeter of                                           and areas of triangles. Relate these
MX15-05                                 Geometry
Triangles                                                       measures to each other using formulas.
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Strategy #

Triangles               Find and use measures of sides, perimeters,
Area and Perimeter of                                            and areas of triangles. Relate these
MX15-06                                  Geometry
Right Triangles                                                  measures to each other using formulas.

Triangles               Find and use measures of sides, perimeters,
Area and Perimeter of                                            and areas of triangles. Relate these
MX15-07                                  Geometry
Equilateral Triangles                                            measures to each other using formulas.

Triangles               Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-01      Number Lines                Geometry                             of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Triangles               Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-02      Definitions                 Geometry                             of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Triangles               Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Distance Between Two
MX13-03                                  Geometry                             of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
Points
and similarity.
Triangles               Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Determine the Midpoint
MX13-04                                  Geometry                             of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
of a Line Segment
and similarity.
Triangles               Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-05      Plot the Graph of a Line    Geometry                             of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Triangles               Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-06      The Y-Intercept             Geometry                             of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Triangles               Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-07      The X-Intercept             Geometry                             of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Triangles               Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-08      Find the Slope              Geometry                             of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
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Strategy #

Triangles                 Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
The Language of
MX54-01                                  Geometry                               of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
Geometry
and similarity.
Triangles                 Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Congruence and
MX54-02                                  Geometry                               of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
Similarity
and similarity.
Right Triangles           Prove and use the Pythagorean Theorem.
MX15-02      Perpendicular Bisectors     Geometry
Right Triangles           State and apply the relationships that exist
MX15-04      Altitude                    Geometry                               when the altitude is drawn to the hypotenuse
of a right triangle.
Right Triangles           Define and use the trigonometric functions
Angles and                                                         (sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant,
MX40-01                                  Geometry
Trigonometric Functions                                            cosecant) in terms of angles of right triangles.

Trigonometric Identities                 Right Triangles           Know and use the relationship sin2 x + cos2 x
MX40-02                                  Geometry
and Formulas                                                       = 1.
Area and Perimeter of                    Right Triangles           Solve word problems involving right triangles.
MX15-06                                  Geometry
Right Triangles
Circles                   Find the center of a given circle. Construct the
MX18-02      Central Angles              Geometry                               circle that passes through three given points
(not in a straight line).
Circles                   Define and identify relationships among:
MX18-01      Tangents to a Circle        Geometry                               radius, diameter, arc, measure of an arc,
chord, secant, and tangent.
Circles                   Define and identify relationships among:
MX18-02      Central Angles              Geometry                               radius, diameter, arc, measure of an arc,
chord, secant, and tangent.
Circles                   Define and identify relationships among:
MX18-03      Inscribed Angles            Geometry                               radius, diameter, arc, measure of an arc,
chord, secant, and tangent.
Circles                   Define and identify relationships among:
Two Tangents to a
MX18-04                                  Geometry                               radius, diameter, arc, measure of an arc,
Circle
chord, secant, and tangent.
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Strategy #

Circles                      Define and identify relationships among:
Area and Circumference
MX18-05                                Geometry                                  radius, diameter, arc, measure of an arc,
of a Circle
chord, secant, and tangent.
Circles                      Construct tangents to circles and
MX18-01      Tangents to a Circle      Geometry
circumscribe and inscribe circles.
Circles                      Construct tangents to circles and
MX18-03      Inscribed Angles          Geometry
circumscribe and inscribe circles.
Two Tangents to a                      Circles                      Construct tangents to circles and
MX18-04                                Geometry
Circle                                                              circumscribe and inscribe circles.
Circles                      Define, find, and use measures of arcs and
MX18-03      Inscribed Angles          Geometry                                  related angles (central, inscribed, and
intersections of secants and tangents).
Circles                      Define, find, and use measures of arcs and
MX18-01      Tangents to a Circle      Geometry                                  related angles (central, inscribed, and
intersections of secants and tangents).
Circles                      Define, find, and use measures of arcs and
Two Tangents to a
MX18-04                                Geometry                                  related angles (central, inscribed, and
Circle
intersections of secants and tangents).
Congruence and                         Circles                      Define and identify congruent and concentric
MX54-02                                Geometry
Similarity                                                          circles.
Circles                      Define, find, and use measures of
Area and Circumference                                              circumference, arc length, and areas of
MX18-05                                Geometry
of a Circle                                                         circles and sectors. Use these measures to
solve problems.
Circles                      Define, find, and use measures of
circumference, arc length, and areas of
MX18-03      Inscribed Angles          Geometry
circles and sectors. Use these measures to
solve problems.
Regular and Irregular                  Polyhedra and Other Solids   Describe and make regular and nonregular
MX16-06      Polygons and Other        Geometry                                  polyhedra.
Shapes
Regular and Irregular                  Polyhedra and Other Solids   Describe the polyhedron that can be made
MX16-06      Polygons and Other        Geometry                                  from a given net (or pattern). Describe the net
Shapes                                                              for a given polyhedron.
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Strategy #

Polyhedra and Other Solids   Describe relationships between the faces,
MX51-01      Prisms                   Geometry
edges, and vertices of polyhedra.
Polyhedra and Other Solids   Describe sets of points on spheres: chords,
MX51-04      Spheres                  Geometry
tangents, and great circles.
Polyhedra and Other Solids   Identify and know properties of congruent and
MX17-02      Cubes                    Geometry
similar solids.
Polyhedra and Other Solids   Find and use measures of sides, volumes of
solids, and surface areas of solids. Relate
MX17-01      Rectangular Solids       Geometry
these measures to each other using formulas.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, making a chart,
Round Off and
PX37-01                               Geometry                                  guess-and-check, solving a simpler problem,
Guesstimate
writing an equation, and working backwards.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, making a chart,
PX37-02                               Geometry                                  guess-and-check, solving a simpler problem,
Sparingly
writing an equation, and working backwards.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, making a chart,
PX37-03      Show Your Work           Geometry                                  guess-and-check, solving a simpler problem,
writing an equation, and working backwards.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, making a chart,
PX37-04      Check Backwards          Geometry                                  guess-and-check, solving a simpler problem,
writing an equation, and working backwards.

Determine the                         Mathematical Reasoning and   Decide whether a solution is reasonable in
MX46-01      Reasonableness of a      Geometry     Problem Solving              the context of the original situation.
Solution
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Strategy #

Relations and Functions       Recognize and graph various types of
functions, including polynomial, rational,
MX109-01     Time for a Change         Pre-Calculus                                 algebraic, and absolute value functions. Use
paper and pencil methods and graphing
calculators.
Relations and Functions       Recognize and graph various types of
functions, including polynomial, rational,
MX109-02     Form and Function         Pre-Calculus                                 algebraic, and absolute value functions. Use
paper and pencil methods and graphing
calculators.
Relations and Functions       Recognize and graph various types of
functions, including polynomial, rational,
MX47-01      Graph Equations           Pre-Calculus                                 algebraic, and absolute value functions. Use
paper and pencil methods and graphing
calculators.
Relations and Functions       Find domain, range, intercepts, zeros,
asymptotes, and points of discontinuity of
MX109-01     Time for a Change         Pre-Calculus
functions. Use paper and pencil methods and
graphing calculators.
Relations and Functions       Find domain, range, intercepts, zeros,
asymptotes, and points of discontinuity of
MX109-02     Form and Function         Pre-Calculus
functions. Use paper and pencil methods and
graphing calculators.
Relations and Functions       Model and solve word problems using
MX58-01      Set Up the Equation       Pre-Calculus
functions and equations.
MX109-02     Form and Function         Pre-Calculus   Relations and Functions       Decide if functions are even or odd.
Logarithmic and Exponential   Find the domain, range, intercepts, and
MX109-02     Form and Function         Pre-Calculus   Functions                     asymptotes of logarithmic and exponential
functions.
Area and Perimeter of                    Trigonometry in Triangles     Solve word problems involving right and
MX15-06                                Pre-Calculus
Right Triangles                                                        oblique triangles.
Trigonometry in Triangles     Apply the laws of sines and cosines to solving
Angles and
MX40-01                                Pre-Calculus                                 problems.
Trigonometric Functions
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Strategy #

Area and Perimeter of                    Trigonometry in Triangles   Find the area of a triangle given two sides
MX15-05                                Pre-Calculus
Triangles                                                            and the angle between them.
Area and Perimeter of                    Trigonometry in Triangles   Find the area of a triangle given two sides
MX15-06                                Pre-Calculus
Right Triangles                                                      and the angle between them.
Area and Perimeter of                    Trigonometry in Triangles   Find the area of a triangle given two sides
MX15-07                                Pre-Calculus
Equilateral Triangles                                                and the angle between them.
Trigonometric Functions     Learn exact sine, cosine, and tangent values
Angles and                                                           for 0, pi and multiples of π. Use those values
MX40-01                                Pre-Calculus
Trigonometric Functions                                              to find other trigonometric values.

Trigonometric Functions     Solve word problems involving applications of
Angles and
MX40-01                                Pre-Calculus                               trigonometric functions.
Trigonometric Functions
Trigonometric Functions     Define and graph trigonometric functions (i.e.,
Angles and
MX40-01                                Pre-Calculus                               sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant,
Trigonometric Functions
cosecant).
Trigonometric Functions     Find domain, range, intercepts, periods,
Angles and
MX40-01                                Pre-Calculus                               amplitudes, and asymptotes of trigonometric
Trigonometric Functions
functions.
Trigonometric Functions     Find domain, range, intercepts, periods,
MX109-02     Form and Function         Pre-Calculus                               amplitudes, and asymptotes of trigonometric
functions.
Trigonometric Functions     Draw and analyze graphs of translations of
Angles and
MX40-01                                Pre-Calculus                               trigonometric functions, including period,
Trigonometric Functions
amplitude, and phase shift.
Trigonometric Functions     Draw and analyze graphs of translations of
Periodicity of
MX40-03                                Pre-Calculus                               trigonometric functions, including period,
Trigonometric Functions
amplitude, and phase shift.
Trigonometric Functions     Define and graph inverse trigonometric
Angles and
MX40-01                                Pre-Calculus                               functions.
Trigonometric Functions
Trigonometric Functions     Find values of trigonometric and inverse
Angles and
MX40-01                                Pre-Calculus                               trigonometric functions.
Trigonometric Functions
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Strategy #

Trigonometric Functions        Make connections between right triangle
Angles and
MX40-01                                  Pre-Calculus                                  ratios, trigonometric functions, and circular
Trigonometric Functions
functions.
Trigonometric Identities
Trigonometric Identities and   Know the basic trigonometric identity cos2x +
MX40-02                                  Pre-Calculus   Equations                      sin2x = 1 and prove that it is equivalent to the
and Formulas
Pythagorean Theorem.
Trigonometric Identities                   Trigonometric Identities and   Use basic trigonometric identities to verify
MX40-02                                  Pre-Calculus
and Formulas                               Equations                      other identities and simplify expressions.
Trigonometric Identities                   Trigonometric Identities and   Understand and use the addition formulas for
MX40-02                                  Pre-Calculus
and Formulas                               Equations                      sines, cosines, and tangents.
Trigonometric Identities and   Understand and use the half-angle and
Angles and
MX40-01                                  Pre-Calculus   Equations                      double-angle formulas for sines, cosines, and
Trigonometric Functions
tangents.
Induction, Iteration, and                  Sequences and Series           Use recursion to describe a sequence.
MX67-03                                  Pre-Calculus
Recurrence
Mathematical Reasoning and     Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving                such as drawing a diagram, guess-and-
Round Off and
PX37-01                                  Pre-Calculus                                  check, solving a simpler problem, examining
Guesstimate
simpler problems, and working backwards.

Mathematical Reasoning and     Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving                such as drawing a diagram, guess-and-
PX37-03      Show Your Work              Pre-Calculus                                  check, solving a simpler problem, examining
simpler problems, and working backwards.

Mathematical Reasoning and     Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving                such as drawing a diagram, guess-and-
PX37-04      Check Backwards             Pre-Calculus                                  check, solving a simpler problem, examining
simpler problems, and working backwards.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text               Standard Text                       Objective Text
Strategy #

Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, guess-and-
PX13-01                               Pre-Calculus                                   check, solving a simpler problem, examining
Diagrams
simpler problems, and working backwards.

Determine the                              Mathematical Reasoning and   Decide whether a solution is reasonable in
MX46-01      Reasonableness of a      Pre-Calculus      Problem Solving              the context of the original situation.
Solution
Mathematical Reasoning and   Use the properties of number systems and
MX06-09      Order of Operations      Pre-Calculus      Problem Solving              order of operations to justify the steps of
simplifying functions and solving equations.
Mathematical Reasoning and   Use the properties of number systems and
Simplify to Avoid
PX12-01                               Pre-Calculus      Problem Solving              order of operations to justify the steps of
Tedious Calculations
simplifying functions and solving equations.
Limits and Continuity        Decide if a function is continuous at a point.
MX109-01     Time for a Change           Calculus
Descriptive Statistics       Create, compare, and evaluate different
graphic displays of the same data, using
histograms, frequency polygons, cumulative
Probability and                                distribution functions, pie charts, scatterplots,
MX19-04      Histograms
Statistics                                  stem-and-leaf plots, and box-and-whisker
plots. Draw these by hand or use a computer

Descriptive Statistics       Create, compare, and evaluate different
graphic displays of the same data, using
histograms, frequency polygons, cumulative
Box-and-Whisker and      Probability and                                distribution functions, pie charts, scatterplots,
MX49-01
Stem-and-Leaf Plots         Statistics                                  stem-and-leaf plots, and box-and-whisker
plots. Draw these by hand or use a computer
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text               Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #

Descriptive Statistics   Compute and use mean, median, mode,
Probability and                            weighted mean, geometric mean, harmonic
MX19-01      Averages
Statistics                              mean, range, quartiles, variance, and
standard deviation.
Descriptive Statistics   Compute and use mean, median, mode,
Probability and                            weighted mean, geometric mean, harmonic
MX19-02      Medians
Statistics                              mean, range, quartiles, variance, and
standard deviation.
Descriptive Statistics   Compute and use mean, median, mode,
Probability and                            weighted mean, geometric mean, harmonic
MX19-03      Modes
Statistics                              mean, range, quartiles, variance, and
standard deviation.
Descriptive Statistics   Compute and use mean, median, mode,
Probability and                            weighted mean, geometric mean, harmonic
MX19-04      Histograms
Statistics                              mean, range, quartiles, variance, and
standard deviation.
Descriptive Statistics   Compute and use mean, median, mode,
Percentiles, Quartiles,   Probability and                            weighted mean, geometric mean, harmonic
MX19-05
and Range                    Statistics                              mean, range, quartiles, variance, and
standard deviation.
Descriptive Statistics   Compute and use mean, median, mode,
Standard Deviation and    Probability and                            weighted mean, geometric mean, harmonic
MX19-06
Variance                     Statistics                              mean, range, quartiles, variance, and
standard deviation.
Probability              Understand the counting principle,
Permutations and          Probability and
MX22-01                                                                           permutations, and combinations and use
Combinations                 Statistics
them to solve problems.
Probability              Understand and use the addition rule to
Probability and                            calculate probabilities for mutually exclusive
MX22-02      Probability
Statistics                              and nonmutually exclusive events.

Probability              Understand and use the multiplication rule to
Probability and
MX52-03      Compound Events                                                      calculate probabilities for independent and
Statistics
dependent events.
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Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text                  Standard Text                  Objective Text
Strategy #

Probability and    Probability                Calculate the probabilities of complementary
MX52-03      Compound Events
Statistics                                 events.
Probability and    Probability                Compute and interpret the mean and
MX22-02      Probability
Statistics                                 variance of a probability distribution.
Probability and    Probability                Compute and interpret the mean and
MX19-01      Averages
Statistics                                 variance of a probability distribution.
Standard Deviation and       Probability and    Probability                Compute and interpret the mean and
MX19-06
Variance                        Statistics                                 variance of a probability distribution.
Understand Scatterplot       Probability and    Statistical Inference      Use the principle of least squares to find the
MX111-01
Data                            Statistics                                 curve of best fit for a set of data.
Counting Techniques        Use networks, traceable paths, tree
Induction, Iteration, and                                                  diagrams, Venn diagrams, and other pictorial
MX67-03                                   Discrete Math
Recurrence                                                                 representations to find the number of
outcomes in a problem situation.
Counting Techniques        Use networks, traceable paths, tree
diagrams, Venn diagrams, and other pictorial
MX25-04      Venn Diagrams                Discrete Math
representations to find the number of
outcomes in a problem situation.
Recognize Famous                                Matrices                   Use matrix operations to solve problems.
MX53-01                                   Discrete Math
Patterns
Matrices                   Use matrix operations to solve problems.
MX53-02      Solve Pattern Problems       Discrete Math
Matrices                   Use matrix operations to solve problems.
MX66-01      Addition and Subtraction     Discrete Math
Number Sense and           Compare real number expressions.
MX06-05      Signed Numbers              Integrated Math I
Computation
Number Sense and           Simplify square roots using factors.
MX08-01      Find Common Factors         Integrated Math I
Computation
Factor Differences of                           Number Sense and           Simplify square roots using factors.
MX08-02                                  Integrated Math I
Two Squares                                     Computation
Simplify to Avoid                               Number Sense and           Simplify square roots using factors.
PX12-01                                  Integrated Math I
Tedious Calculations                            Computation
Associative and                                 Number Sense and           Understand and use the distributive,
MX06-08                                  Integrated Math I
Distributive Properties                         Computation                associative, and commutative properties.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text               Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #

Number Sense and        Use the laws of exponents for rational
MX12-01      Exponents                   Integrated Math I
Computation             exponents.
Algebra and Functions   Solve linear equations.
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-01                                  Integrated Math I
Equations Algebraically
Algebra and Functions   Solve linear equations.
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-02                                  Integrated Math I
Equations Graphically
MX58-02      Use Linear Equations        Integrated Math I   Algebra and Functions   Solve linear equations.
Solve Linear Equations                          Algebra and Functions   Solve linear equations.
MX09-02                                  Integrated Math I
With One Unknown
Algebra and Functions   Find solution sets of linear inequalities when
Solve Linear Inequalities
MX11-04                                  Integrated Math I                           possible numbers are given for the variable.
in One Unknown
Solve Higher Order                              Algebra and Functions   Find solution sets of linear inequalities when
MX11-05      Inequalities in One         Integrated Math I                           possible numbers are given for the variable.
Unknown
Algebra and Functions   Find solution sets of linear inequalities when
Use Inequalities to
MX11-06                                  Integrated Math I                           possible numbers are given for the variable.
Compare Fractions
Algebra and Functions   Solve linear inequalities using properties of
Solve Linear Inequalities
MX11-04                                  Integrated Math I                           order.
in One Unknown
Solve Higher Order                              Algebra and Functions   Solve linear inequalities using properties of
MX11-05      Inequalities in One         Integrated Math I                           order.
Unknown
Use Inequalities to                             Algebra and Functions   Solve linear inequalities using properties of
MX11-06                                  Integrated Math I
Compare Fractions                                                       order.
Algebra and Functions   Solve linear inequalities using properties of
MX06-09      Order of Operations         Integrated Math I
order.
Solve Linear Equations                          Algebra and Functions   Solve word problems that involve linear
MX09-02                                  Integrated Math I
With One Unknown                                                        equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text               Standard Text                  Objective Text
Strategy #

Algebra and Functions   Solve word problems that involve linear
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-01                                   Integrated Math I                           equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Equations Algebraically
Algebra and Functions   Solve word problems that involve linear
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-02                                   Integrated Math I                           equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Equations Graphically
Algebra and Functions   Solve word problems that involve linear
Solve Systems of
MX57-01                                   Integrated Math I                           equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Inequalities Algebraically
Solve Systems of                                 Algebra and Functions   Solve word problems that involve linear
MX57-02                                   Integrated Math I
Inequalities Graphically                                                 equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Algebra and Functions   Solve word problems that involve linear
MX11-01                                   Integrated Math I                           equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Quantities to Inequalities
Multiply or Divide an                            Algebra and Functions   Solve word problems that involve linear
MX11-02                                   Integrated Math I
Inequality                                                               equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Algebra and Functions   Solve word problems that involve linear
Find the Product of Two
equations, formulas, and inequalities.
MX11-03      Numbers or Expressions       Integrated Math I
in Inequalities
Algebra and Functions   Solve word problems that involve linear
Solve Linear Inequalities
MX11-04                                   Integrated Math I                           equations, formulas, and inequalities.
in One Unknown
Solve Higher Order                               Algebra and Functions   Solve word problems that involve linear
MX11-05      Inequalities in One          Integrated Math I                           equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Unknown
Use Inequalities to                              Algebra and Functions   Solve word problems that involve linear
MX11-06                                   Integrated Math I
Compare Fractions                                                        equations, formulas, and inequalities.
Algebra and Functions   Understand the concept of a function, decide
MX109-01     Time for a Change            Integrated Math I                           if a given relation is a function, and link
equations to functions.
Algebra and Functions   Understand the concept of a function, decide
MX109-02     Form and Function            Integrated Math I                           if a given relation is a function, and link
equations to functions.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text               Standard Text                  Objective Text
Strategy #

MX109-02     Form and Function          Integrated Math I   Algebra and Functions   Find the domain and range of a relation.
Algebra and Functions   Find the slope, x-intercept, and y-intercept of
MX13-01      Number Lines               Integrated Math I                           a line given its graph, its equation, or two
points on the line.
Algebra and Functions   Find the slope, x-intercept, and y-intercept of
MX13-05      Plot the Graph of a Line   Integrated Math I                           a line given its graph, its equation, or two
points on the line.
Algebra and Functions   Find the slope, x-intercept, and y-intercept of
MX13-06      The Y-Intercept            Integrated Math I                           a line given its graph, its equation, or two
points on the line.
Algebra and Functions   Find the slope, x-intercept, and y-intercept of
MX13-07      The X-Intercept            Integrated Math I                           a line given its graph, its equation, or two
points on the line.
Algebra and Functions   Write the equation of a line in slope-intercept
form. Understand how the slope and y-
MX13-06      The Y-Intercept            Integrated Math I
intercept of the graph are related to the
equation.
Algebra and Functions   Write the equation of a line that models a
data set and use the equation (or the graph of
the equation) to make predictions. Describe
MX13-01      Number Lines               Integrated Math I
the slope of the line in terms of the data,
recognizing that the slope is the rate of
change.
Algebra and Functions   Write the equation of a line that models a
data set and use the equation (or the graph of
the equation) to make predictions. Describe
MX109-01     Time for a Change          Integrated Math I
the slope of the line in terms of the data,
recognizing that the slope is the rate of
change.
Algebra and Functions   Use a graph to estimate the solution of a pair
PX40-01     Define Your Variables      Integrated Math I
of linear equations in two variables.
Algebra and Functions   Understand and use the substitution method
PX40-01     Define Your Variables      Integrated Math I                           to solve a pair of linear equations in two
variables.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text               Standard Text                      Objective Text
Strategy #

Algebra and Functions      Understand and use the addition or
PX40-01     Define Your Variables   Integrated Math I                              subtraction method to solve a pair of linear
equations in two variables.
Algebra and Functions      Understand and use multiplication with the
PX40-01     Define Your Variables   Integrated Math I                              addition or subtraction method to solve a pair
of linear equations in two variables.
Algebra and Functions      Use pairs of linear equations to solve word
MX58-02      Use Linear Equations    Integrated Math I
problems.
MX58-03                              Integrated Math I
Equations                                                              formula.
MX58-03                              Integrated Math I
Equations                                                              problems.
Translate Words into                        Algebra and Functions      Use quadratic equations to solve word
PX02-01                              Integrated Math I
Math                                                                   problems.
Regular and Irregular                       Geometry and Measurement   Identify and describe convex, concave, and
MX16-06      Polygons and Other      Integrated Math I                              regular polygons.
Shapes
Geometry and Measurement   Apply transformations (slides, flips, turns,
expansions, and contractions) to polygons to
Translation and                                                        determine congruence, similarity, symmetry,
MX50-01                              Integrated Math I
Reflection                                                             and tessellations. Know that images formed
by slides, flips, and turns are congruent to the
original shape.
Geometry and Measurement   Apply transformations (slides, flips, turns,
expansions, and contractions) to polygons to
determine congruence, similarity, symmetry,
MX50-02      Dilation and Rotation   Integrated Math I
and tessellations. Know that images formed
by slides, flips, and turns are congruent to the
original shape.
Geometry and Measurement   Find and use measures of sides, perimeters,
Regular and Irregular
and areas of polygons. Relate these
MX16-06      Polygons and Other      Integrated Math I
measures to each other using formulas.
Shapes
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text                Standard Text                        Objective Text
Strategy #

Geometry and Measurement       Use properties of congruent and similar
Congruence and
MX54-02                                  Integrated Math I                                  quadrilaterals to solve problems involving
Similarity
lengths and areas.
Geometry and Measurement       Find and use measures of sides, perimeters,
and areas of quadrilaterals. Relate these
MX16-01      Parallelograms              Integrated Math I
measures to each other using formulas.

Geometry and Measurement       Prove and use the Pythagorean Theorem.
MX15-02      Perpendicular Bisectors     Integrated Math I
Data Analysis and Statistics   Construct a histogram using a graphing
MX19-04      Histograms                  Integrated Math I
calculator.
Use Your Calculator                             Data Analysis and Statistics   Construct a histogram using a graphing
P437-02                                 Integrated Math I
Sparingly                                                                      calculator.
Box-and-Whisker and                             Data Analysis and Statistics   Construct a stem-and-leaf plot using a
MX49-01                                  Integrated Math I
Stem-and-Leaf Plots                                                            graphing calculator.
Use Your Calculator                             Data Analysis and Statistics   Construct a stem-and-leaf plot using a
P437-02                                 Integrated Math I
Sparingly                                                                      graphing calculator.
Data Analysis and Statistics   Find the mean absolute deviation for a set of
MX19-01      Averages                    Integrated Math I
data.
Standard Deviation and                          Data Analysis and Statistics   Find the standard deviation and describe its
MX19-06                                  Integrated Math I
Variance                                                                       properties.
Understand Scatterplot                          Data Analysis and Statistics   Construct a scatterplot from a set of data.
MX111-01                                 Integrated Math I
Data
Data Analysis and Statistics   Compare sets of data using scatterplots and
Understand Scatterplot
MX111-01                                 Integrated Math I                                  the line y = x, and interpret these
Data
comparisons for real-world data.
A Closer Look at                                Probability                    Design and use simulations in order to
MX52-01                                  Integrated Math I
Probability                                                                    estimate answers related to probability.
A Closer Look at                                Probability                    Use empirical (experimental) and theoretical
MX52-01                                  Integrated Math I
Probability                                                                    probabilities.
MX52-02      Effect of Replacement       Integrated Math I   Probability                    Understand independent events.
MX52-03      Compound Events             Integrated Math I   Probability                    Understand independent events.
Induction, Iteration, and                       Discrete Mathematics           Use a recursion function to describe an
MX67-03                                  Integrated Math I
Recurrence                                                                     exponential function.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Discrete Mathematics         Use a variety of recursion equations to
describe a function. Example: You have
saved \$1,000 from summer work and have
Induction, Iteration, and                                                    placed it in a savings account at the local
MX67-03                                  Integrated Math I
Recurrence                                                                   bank. This account earns 5 percent
compounded annually. You plan to add
\$1,000 at the end of each year. Model this
investment with a recursive function.
Induction, Iteration, and                       Discrete Mathematics         Use a recursion function to describe a fractal.
MX67-03                                  Integrated Math I
Recurrence
Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, making a chart,
Round Off and
PX37-01                                  Integrated Math I                                guess-and-check, solving a simpler problem,
Guesstimate
writing an equation, and working backwards.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, making a chart,
PX37-03      Show Your Work              Integrated Math I                                guess-and-check, solving a simpler problem,
writing an equation, and working backwards.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Use a variety of problem-solving strategies,
Problem Solving              such as drawing a diagram, making a chart,
PX37-04      Check Backwards             Integrated Math I                                guess-and-check, solving a simpler problem,
writing an equation, and working backwards.

Determine the                                   Mathematical Reasoning and   Decide whether a solution is reasonable in
MX46-01      Reasonableness of a         Integrated Math I   Problem Solving              the context of the original situation.
Solution
Mathematical Reasoning and   Use the properties of the real number system
Problem Solving              and the order of operations to justify the steps
MX06-09      Order of Operations         Integrated Math I
of simplifying functions and solving equations.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name       Strand Text               Standard Text                      Objective Text
Strategy #

Geometry and Measurement   Find the lengths and midpoints of line
Determine the Midpoint
MX13-04                                Integrated Math II                              segments in one- or two-dimensional
of a Line Segment
coordinate systems.
Geometry and Measurement   Construct congruent segments and angles,
angle bisectors, and parallel and
Congruence and
MX54-02                                Integrated Math II                              perpendicular lines using a straight edge and
Similarity
compass, explaining and justifying the
process used.
Regular and Irregular                          Geometry and Measurement   Find measures of interior and exterior angles
MX16-06      Polygons and Other        Integrated Math II                              of polygons, justifying the method used.
Shapes
Geometry and Measurement   Identify and describe triangles that are right,
MX15-01      Triangle Basics           Integrated Math II                              acute, obtuse, scalene, isosceles, equilateral,
and equiangular.
Geometry and Measurement   Identify and describe triangles that are right,
MX15-02      Perpendicular Bisectors   Integrated Math II                              acute, obtuse, scalene, isosceles, equilateral,
and equiangular.
Geometry and Measurement   Identify and describe triangles that are right,
MX15-03      Equilateral Triangles     Integrated Math II                              acute, obtuse, scalene, isosceles, equilateral,
and equiangular.
Geometry and Measurement   Identify and describe triangles that are right,
MX15-04      Altitude                  Integrated Math II                              acute, obtuse, scalene, isosceles, equilateral,
and equiangular.
Geometry and Measurement   Define, identify, and construct altitudes,
MX15-02      Perpendicular Bisectors   Integrated Math II                              medians, angle bisectors, and perpendicular
bisectors.
Geometry and Measurement   Define, identify, and construct altitudes,
MX15-04      Altitude                  Integrated Math II                              medians, angle bisectors, and perpendicular
bisectors.
Geometry and Measurement   Use properties of congruent and similar
MX50-02      Dilation and Rotation     Integrated Math II                              triangles to solve problems involving lengths
and areas.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text               Standard Text                       Objective Text
Strategy #

Geometry and Measurement   Find measures of sides, perimeters, and
Area and Perimeter of
MX15-05                                 Integrated Math II                              areas of triangles. Relate these measures to
Triangles
each other using formulas.
Geometry and Measurement   Find measures of sides, perimeters, and
Area and Perimeter of
MX15-06                                 Integrated Math II                              areas of triangles. Relate these measures to
Right Triangles
each other using formulas.
Geometry and Measurement   Find measures of sides, perimeters, and
Area and Perimeter of
MX15-07                                 Integrated Math II                              areas of triangles. Relate these measures to
Equilateral Triangles
each other using formulas.
Geometry and Measurement   State and apply the relationships that exist
MX15-04      Altitude                   Integrated Math II                              when the altitude is drawn to the hypotenuse
of a right triangle.
Geometry and Measurement   Use special right triangles (30° - 60° and 45° -
Integrated Math II
45°) to solve problems.
Geometry and Measurement   Define and use the trigonometric functions
Angles and                                                                 (sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant,
MX40-01                                 Integrated Math II
Trigonometric Functions                                                    cosecant) in terms of angles of right triangles.

Trigonometric Identities                        Geometry and Measurement   Know and use the relationship sin2 x + cos2 x
MX40-02                                 Integrated Math II
and Formulas                                                               = 1.
Geometry and Measurement   Construct tangents to circles and
MX18-01      Tangents to a Circle       Integrated Math II
circumscribe and inscribe circles.
Geometry and Measurement   Construct tangents to circles and
MX18-03      Inscribed Angles           Integrated Math II
circumscribe and inscribe circles.
Two Tangents to a                               Geometry and Measurement   Construct tangents to circles and
MX18-04                                 Integrated Math II
Circle                                                                     circumscribe and inscribe circles.
Geometry and Measurement   Construct tangents to circles and
Area and Circumference
MX18-05                                 Integrated Math II                              circumscribe and inscribe circles.
of a Circle
Geometry and Measurement   Define, find, and use measures of arcs and
MX18-03      Inscribed Angles           Integrated Math II                              related angles (central, inscribed, and
intersections of secants and tangents).
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text                 Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Geometry and Measurement       Define, find, and use measures of
Area and Circumference                                                         circumference, arc length, and areas of
MX18-05                                 Integrated Math II
of a Circle                                                                    circles and sectors. Use these measures to
solve problems.
Geometry and Measurement       Describe sets of points on spheres: chords,
MX18-01      Tangents to a Circle       Integrated Math II
tangents, and great circles.
Geometry and Measurement       Describe sets of points on spheres: chords,
MX18-03      Inscribed Angles           Integrated Math II
tangents, and great circles.
Two Tangents to a                               Geometry and Measurement       Describe sets of points on spheres: chords,
MX18-04                                 Integrated Math II
Circle                                                                         tangents, and great circles.
Geometry and Measurement       Describe sets of points on spheres: chords,
MX51-04      Spheres                    Integrated Math II
tangents, and great circles.
Understand Scatterplot                          Data Analysis and Statistics   Describe the association between two
MX111-01                                Integrated Math II
Data                                                                           variables by interpreting a scatterplot.
Probability                    Understand fundamental concepts of
A Closer Look at
MX52-01                                 Integrated Math II                                  probability (e.g., independent events,
Probability
multiplication rule, and expected value).
Probability                    Understand fundamental concepts of
MX52-02      Effect of Replacement      Integrated Math II                                  probability (e.g., independent events,
multiplication rule, and expected value).
Probability                    Understand fundamental concepts of
MX52-03      Compound Events            Integrated Math II                                  probability (e.g., independent events,
multiplication rule, and expected value).
Probability                    Understand and apply counting principles to
Permutations and
MX22-01                                 Integrated Math II                                  compute combinations and permutations.
Combinations
Probability                    Use the basic counting principle,
Permutations and
MX22-01                                 Integrated Math II                                  combinations, and permutations to compute
Combinations
probabilities.
Discrete Mathematics           Apply matrix operations to solve problems
(i.e., row sums, scalar multiplication, addition,
MX66-01      Addition and Subtraction   Integrated Math II
subtraction, and matrix multiplication).
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text               Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Discrete Mathematics         Apply matrix operations to solve problems
(i.e., row sums, scalar multiplication, addition,
MX66-02      Scalar Multiplication    Integrated Math II
subtraction, and matrix multiplication).

Mathematical Reasoning and   Use the properties of the real number system
Problem Solving              and the order of operations to justify the steps
MX06-09      Order of Operations      Integrated Math II
of simplifying functions and solving equations.

Statements, Negations,                        Mathematical Reasoning and   Write and interpret statements of the form "if -
MX25-01      and Compound             Integrated Math II   Problem Solving              then" and "if and only if."
Sentences
Mathematical Reasoning and   Write and interpret statements of the form "if -
MX25-02      The Language of Logic    Integrated Math II
Problem Solving              then" and "if and only if."
Mathematical Reasoning and   Write and interpret statements of the form "if -
MX25-03      Truth Values             Integrated Math II
Problem Solving              then" and "if and only if."
Mathematical Reasoning and   Write and interpret statements of the form "if -
MX25-04      Venn Diagrams            Integrated Math II
Problem Solving              then" and "if and only if."
Statements, Negations,                        Mathematical Reasoning and   State, use, and examine the validity of the
MX25-01      and Compound             Integrated Math II   Problem Solving              converse, inverse, and contrapositive of "if -
Sentences                                                                  then" statements.
Mathematical Reasoning and   State, use, and examine the validity of the
MX25-02      The Language of Logic    Integrated Math II   Problem Solving              converse, inverse, and contrapositive of "if -
then" statements.
Mathematical Reasoning and   Understand that the logic of equation solving
Problem Solving              begins with the assumption that the variable
is a number that satisfies the equation and
Statements, Negations,                                                     that the steps taken when solving equations
MX25-01      and Compound             Integrated Math II                                create new equations that have, in most
Sentences                                                                  cases, the same solution as the original.
Understand that similar logic applies to
solving systems of equations simultaneously.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text                Standard Text                        Objective Text
Strategy #

Mathematical Reasoning and   Understand that the logic of equation solving
Problem Solving              begins with the assumption that the variable
is a number that satisfies the equation and
that the steps taken when solving equations
MX25-02      The Language of Logic      Integrated Math II                                 create new equations that have, in most
cases, the same solution as the original.
Understand that similar logic applies to
solving systems of equations simultaneously.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Understand that the logic of equation solving
Problem Solving              begins with the assumption that the variable
is a number that satisfies the equation and
that the steps taken when solving equations
MX25-03      Truth Values               Integrated Math II                                 create new equations that have, in most
cases, the same solution as the original.
Understand that similar logic applies to
solving systems of equations simultaneously.

Mathematical Reasoning and   Understand that the logic of equation solving
Problem Solving              begins with the assumption that the variable
is a number that satisfies the equation and
that the steps taken when solving equations
MX25-04      Venn Diagrams              Integrated Math II                                 create new equations that have, in most
cases, the same solution as the original.
Understand that similar logic applies to
solving systems of equations simultaneously.

Solve Systems of                                 Algebra and Functions        Use a graph to find the solution set of a pair
MX57-02                                 Integrated Math III
Inequalities Graphically                                                      of linear inequalities in two variables.
Algebra and Functions        Find a common monomial factor in a
MX08-01      Find Common Factors        Integrated Math III
polynomial.
Algebra and Functions        Factor the difference of two squares and
MX08-01      Find Common Factors        Integrated Math III
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text                Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #

Factor Differences of                           Algebra and Functions   Factor the difference of two squares and
MX08-02                                Integrated Math III
Algebra and Functions   Simplify algebraic ratios.
MX03-01      Ratios                    Integrated Math III
Algebra and Functions   Simplify algebraic ratios.
MX03-02      Ratio Variations          Integrated Math III
Algebra and Functions   Solve algebraic proportions.
MX03-03      Proportions               Integrated Math III
MX58-03                                Integrated Math III
Equations
Algebra and Functions   Solve quadratic equations in which a perfect
MX08-01      Find Common Factors       Integrated Math III
square equals a constant.
Algebra and Functions   Find the zeros of a function.
MX109-02     Form and Function         Integrated Math III
Algebra and Functions   Solve an inequality by examining the graph.
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-02                                Integrated Math III
Equations Graphically
Algebra and Functions   Use systems of linear equations and
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-01                                Integrated Math III                           inequalities to solve word problems.
Equations Algebraically
Algebra and Functions   Use systems of linear equations and
Solve Systems of Linear
MX55-02                                Integrated Math III                           inequalities to solve word problems.
Equations Graphically
MX58-03                                Integrated Math III
Equations                                                               equations.
Algebra and Functions   Factor polynomials completely and solve
MX08-01      Find Common Factors       Integrated Math III
polynomials by factoring.
Factor Differences of                           Algebra and Functions   Factor polynomials completely and solve
MX08-02                                Integrated Math III
Two Squares                                                             polynomials by factoring.
Factor Trinomials into                          Algebra and Functions   Factor polynomials completely and solve
MX08-03                                Integrated Math III
Binomials                                                               polynomials by factoring.
Solve Equations                                 Algebra and Functions   Understand and use negative and fractional
MX60-01      Containing Fractional     Integrated Math III                           exponents.
Coefficients
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text                Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #

Solve Fractional                              Algebra and Functions   Understand and use negative and fractional
MX60-02                              Integrated Math III
Equations                                                             exponents.
Solve Equations                               Algebra and Functions   Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify
MX60-01      Containing Fractional   Integrated Math III                           algebraic fractions.
Coefficients
Solve Fractional                              Algebra and Functions   Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify
MX60-02                              Integrated Math III
Equations                                                             algebraic fractions.
Simplify to Avoid                             Algebra and Functions   Simplify complex fractions.
PX12-01                              Integrated Math III
Tedious Calculations
Add Expressions That                          Algebra and Functions   Solve equations involving algebraic fractions.
MX07-02                              Integrated Math III
Are Fractions
Solve Equations                               Algebra and Functions   Solve word problems involving fractional
MX60-01      Containing Fractional   Integrated Math III                           equations.
Coefficients
Solve Fractional                              Algebra and Functions   Solve word problems involving fractional
MX60-02                              Integrated Math III
Equations                                                             equations.
Algebra and Functions   Prove simple laws of logarithms.
MX63-01      Bases and Powers        Integrated Math III
Algebra and Functions   Understand and use the inverse relationship
MX63-01      Bases and Powers        Integrated Math III                           between exponents and logarithms.

Algebra and Functions   Understand and use the inverse relationship
MX12-01      Exponents               Integrated Math III                           between exponents and logarithms.

Algebra and Functions   Use the definition of logarithms to convert
MX63-01      Bases and Powers        Integrated Math III
logarithms from one base to another.
Algebra and Functions   Use the properties of logarithms to simplify
MX63-01      Bases and Powers        Integrated Math III                           logarithmic expressions and to find their
approximate values.
Algebra and Functions   Use calculators to find decimal
MX63-01      Bases and Powers        Integrated Math III                           approximations of natural and common
logarithmic numeric expressions.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text                Standard Text                     Objective Text
Strategy #

Algebra and Functions      Use calculators to find decimal
PX37-02                                 Integrated Math III                              approximations of natural and common
Sparingly
logarithmic numeric expressions.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to find slopes,
MX13-01      Number Lines               Integrated Math III                              parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and
equations of lines.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to find slopes,
MX13-08      Find the Slope             Integrated Math III                              parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and
equations of lines.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to find slopes,
MX13-05      Plot the Graph of a Line   Integrated Math III                              parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and
equations of lines.
The Language of                                  Geometry and Measurement   Use properties of congruent and similar
MX54-01                                 Integrated Math III
Geometry                                                                    polygons to solve problems.
Congruence and                                   Geometry and Measurement   Use properties of congruent and similar
MX54-02                                 Integrated Math III
Similarity                                                                  polygons to solve problems.
Regular and Irregular                            Geometry and Measurement   Use properties of congruent and similar
MX16-06      Polygons and Other         Integrated Math III                              polygons to solve problems.
Shapes
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
The Language of
MX54-01                                 Integrated Math III                              of polygons such as regularity, congruence,
Geometry
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Congruence and
MX54-02                                 Integrated Math III                              of polygons such as regularity, congruence,
Similarity
and similarity.
Regular and Irregular                            Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX16-06      Polygons and Other         Integrated Math III                              of polygons such as regularity, congruence,
Shapes                                                                      and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-01      Number Lines               Integrated Math III                              of polygons such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-02      Definitions                Integrated Math III                              of polygons such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text               Standard Text                     Objective Text
Strategy #

Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Distance Between Two
MX13-03                                 Integrated Math III                              of polygons such as regularity, congruence,
Points
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Determine the Midpoint
MX13-04                                 Integrated Math III                              of polygons such as regularity, congruence,
of a Line Segment
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-05      Plot the Graph of a Line   Integrated Math III                              of polygons such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-06      The Y-Intercept            Integrated Math III                              of polygons such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-07      The X-Intercept            Integrated Math III                              of polygons such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-08      Find the Slope             Integrated Math III                              of polygons such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Describe, classify, and understand
MX16-01      Parallelograms             Integrated Math III
square, rectangles, rhombus, parallelogram,
trapezoid, and kite.
Geometry and Measurement   Describe, classify, and understand
MX16-02      Rectangles                 Integrated Math III
square, rectangles, rhombus, parallelogram,
trapezoid, and kite.
Geometry and Measurement   Describe, classify, and understand
MX16-03      Rhombus                    Integrated Math III
square, rectangles, rhombus, parallelogram,
trapezoid, and kite.
Geometry and Measurement   Describe, classify, and understand
MX16-04      Squares                    Integrated Math III
square, rectangles, rhombus, parallelogram,
trapezoid, and kite.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text               Standard Text                     Objective Text
Strategy #

Geometry and Measurement   Describe, classify, and understand
MX16-05      Trapezoids              Integrated Math III
square, rectangles, rhombus, parallelogram,
trapezoid, and kite.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
The Language of
MX54-01                              Integrated Math III                              of quadrilaterals such as regularity,
Geometry
congruence, and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Congruence and
MX54-02                              Integrated Math III                              of quadrilaterals such as regularity,
Similarity
congruence, and similarity.
Regular and Irregular                         Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX16-06      Polygons and Other      Integrated Math III                              of quadrilaterals such as regularity,
Shapes                                                                   congruence, and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Construct triangles congruent to given
MX15-01      Triangle Basics         Integrated Math III
triangles.
Congruence and                                Geometry and Measurement   Construct triangles congruent to given
MX54-02                              Integrated Math III
Similarity                                                               triangles.
Geometry and Measurement   Prove that triangles are congruent or similar
The Language of
MX54-01                              Integrated Math III                              and use the concept of corresponding parts of
Geometry
congruent triangles.
Geometry and Measurement   Prove that triangles are congruent or similar
Congruence and
MX54-02                              Integrated Math III                              and use the concept of corresponding parts of
Similarity
congruent triangles.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX15-01      Triangle Basics         Integrated Math III                              of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
The Language of
MX54-01                              Integrated Math III                              of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
Geometry
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Congruence and
MX54-02                              Integrated Math III                              of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
Similarity
and similarity.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text               Standard Text                      Objective Text
Strategy #

Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-01      Number Lines               Integrated Math III                              of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-02      Definitions                Integrated Math III                              of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Distance Between Two
MX13-03                                 Integrated Math III                              of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
Points
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
Determine the Midpoint
MX13-04                                 Integrated Math III                              of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
of a Line Segment
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-05      Plot the Graph of a Line   Integrated Math III                              of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-06      The Y-Intercept            Integrated Math III                              of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-07      The X-Intercept            Integrated Math III                              of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Use coordinate geometry to prove properties
MX13-08      Find the Slope             Integrated Math III                              of triangles such as regularity, congruence,
and similarity.
Geometry and Measurement   Find the equation of a circle in the coordinate
MX18-02      Central Angles             Integrated Math III                              plane in terms of its center and radius.

Geometry and Measurement   Find the equation of a circle in the coordinate
MX13-01      Number Lines               Integrated Math III                              plane in terms of its center and radius.

Geometry and Measurement   Find the equation of a circle in the coordinate
MX13-02      Definitions                Integrated Math III                              plane in terms of its center and radius.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text               Standard Text                      Objective Text
Strategy #

Geometry and Measurement   Find the equation of a circle in the coordinate
Distance Between Two
MX13-03                                 Integrated Math III                              plane in terms of its center and radius.
Points
Geometry and Measurement   Find the equation of a circle in the coordinate
Determine the Midpoint
MX13-04                                 Integrated Math III                              plane in terms of its center and radius.
of a Line Segment
Geometry and Measurement   Find the equation of a circle in the coordinate
MX13-05      Plot the Graph of a Line   Integrated Math III                              plane in terms of its center and radius.

Geometry and Measurement   Find the equation of a circle in the coordinate
MX13-06      The Y-Intercept            Integrated Math III                              plane in terms of its center and radius.

Geometry and Measurement   Find the equation of a circle in the coordinate
MX13-07      The X-Intercept            Integrated Math III                              plane in terms of its center and radius.

Geometry and Measurement   Find the equation of a circle in the coordinate
MX13-08      Find the Slope             Integrated Math III                              plane in terms of its center and radius.

Geometry and Measurement   Identify and know properties of congruent and
MX17-02      Cubes                      Integrated Math III
similar solids.
The Language of                                  Geometry and Measurement   Identify and know properties of congruent and
MX54-01                                 Integrated Math III
Geometry                                                                    similar solids.
Congruence and                                   Geometry and Measurement   Identify and know properties of congruent and
MX54-02                                 Integrated Math III
Similarity                                                                  similar solids.
Geometry and Measurement   Find and use measures of sides, volumes of
solids, and surface areas of solids. Relate
MX17-01      Rectangular Solids         Integrated Math III
these measures to each other using formulas.

Geometry and Measurement   Find and use measures of sides, volumes of
solids, and surface areas of solids. Relate
MX17-02      Cubes                      Integrated Math III
these measures to each other using formulas.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text                 Standard Text                        Objective Text
Strategy #

Geometry and Measurement       Find and use measures of sides, volumes of
solids, and surface areas of solids. Relate
MX17-03      Cylinders                   Integrated Math III
these measures to each other using formulas.

Geometry and Measurement       Find and use measures of sides, volumes of
solids, and surface areas of solids. Relate
MX51-01      Prisms                      Integrated Math III
these measures to each other using formulas.

Geometry and Measurement       Find and use measures of sides, volumes of
solids, and surface areas of solids. Relate
MX51-02      Pyramids                    Integrated Math III
these measures to each other using formulas.

Geometry and Measurement       Find and use measures of sides, volumes of
solids, and surface areas of solids. Relate
MX51-03      Cones                       Integrated Math III
these measures to each other using formulas.

Geometry and Measurement       Find and use measures of sides, volumes of
solids, and surface areas of solids. Relate
MX51-04      Spheres                     Integrated Math III
these measures to each other using formulas.

Geometry and Measurement       Find and use measures of sides, volumes of
solids, and surface areas of solids. Relate
MX110-01     Change a Dimension          Integrated Math III
these measures to each other using formulas.

Standard Deviation and                            Data Analysis and Statistics   Understand the standard deviation as a
MX19-06                                  Integrated Math III
Variance                                                                         measure of variability in a distribution.
Probability                    Understand and apply the Addition Rule for
MX52-03      Compound Events             Integrated Math III
mutually exclusive events.
Discrete Mathematics           Use iteration and recursion as tools to
Induction, Iteration, and
MX67-03                                  Integrated Math III                                  represent, analyze, and solve problems
Recurrence
involving sequential change.
Discrete Mathematics           Explore function iteration and, in the process,
Induction, Iteration, and
MX67-03                                  Integrated Math III                                  informally introduce function composition.
Recurrence
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text               Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Discrete Mathematics         Understand and apply recursion equations,
Induction, Iteration, and
MX67-03                                  Integrated Math III                                particularly combined recursion equations of
Recurrence
the form An = rAn-1 + b.
Trigonometry                 Find the measures of sides and angles in
Angles and
MX40-01                                  Integrated Math III                                triangles using the Law of Sines.
Trigonometric Functions
Trigonometry                 Find the measures of sides and angles in
Angles and
MX40-01                                  Integrated Math III                                triangles using the Law of Cosines.
Trigonometric Functions
Trigonometry                 Compare and contrast families of
Angles and
MX40-01                                  Integrated Math III                                trigonometric functions.
Trigonometric Functions
Trigonometric Identities                          Trigonometry                 Compare and contrast families of
MX40-02                                  Integrated Math III
and Formulas                                                                   trigonometric functions.
Trigonometry                 Compare and contrast families of
Periodicity of
MX40-03                                  Integrated Math III                                trigonometric functions.
Trigonometric Functions
Mathematical Reasoning and   Use the properties of number systems and
Problem Solving              the order of operations to justify the steps of
MX06-09      Order of Operations         Integrated Math III
simplifying functions and solving equations.
State: Indiana
Content: Language Arts

Standards Correlation Date: 9/03

Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text          Standard Text                        Objective Text
#                Name
READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Identify and use the literal and figurative meanings
In the Beginning,              Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development of words and understand the origins of words.
PX21-01        There Was the          9       and Vocabulary
Word                           Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Identify and use the literal and figurative meanings
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development of words and understand the origins of words.
Use Prefixes or
PX21-02                               9       and Vocabulary
Roots
Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Identify and use the literal and figurative meanings
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development of words and understand the origins of words.
PX21-03        Connect the Words      9       and Vocabulary
Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Identify and use the literal and figurative meanings
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development of words and understand the origins of words.
MX28-01         Metaphor               9       and Vocabulary
Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Identify and use the literal and figurative meanings
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development of words and understand the origins of words.
MX28-02         Symbol                 9       and Vocabulary
Development
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text          Standard Text                        Objective Text
#                Name

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Identify and use the literal and figurative meanings
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development of words and understand the origins of words.
MX28-03         Irony                  9       and Vocabulary
Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Distinguish between what words mean literally and
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development what they imply and interpret what the words
MX28-01         Metaphor               9       and Vocabulary                            imply.
Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Distinguish between what words mean literally and
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development what they imply and interpret what the words
MX28-02         Symbol                 9       and Vocabulary                            imply.
Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Distinguish between what words mean literally and
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development what they imply and interpret what the words
MX28-03         Irony                  9       and Vocabulary                            imply.
Development

Comprehension         Analysis of Grade-     issues that can be researched.
The Writing
MX30-01                                9       (Focus on             Level-Appropriate
Process
Informational         Text
Materials)
Comprehension         Analysis of Grade-     issues that can be researched.
Examine Ideas and
MX68-01                                9       (Focus on             Level-Appropriate
Support
Informational         Text
Materials)
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name      Strand Text      Standard Text                       Objective Text
#                Name

Comprehension    Analysis of Grade-   issues that can be researched.
PX45-01        Prewriting              9       (Focus on        Level-Appropriate
Informational    Text
Materials)
READING:         Expository           Evaluate an author's argument or defense of a
Comprehension    (Informational)      claim by examining the relationship between
(Focus on        Critique             generalizations and evidence, the
PX45-03        Revising                9
Informational                         comprehensiveness of evidence, and the way in
Materials)                            which the author's intent affects the structure and
tone of the text.
READING:         Expository           Evaluate an author's argument or defense of a
Comprehension    (Informational)      claim by examining the relationship between
(Focus on        Critique             generalizations and evidence, the
PX46-02        Use It or Lose Out      9
Informational                         comprehensiveness of evidence, and the way in
Materials)                            which the author's intent affects the structure and
tone of the text.
READING:         Expository           Evaluate an author's argument or defense of a
Comprehension    (Informational)      claim by examining the relationship between
(Focus on        Critique             generalizations and evidence, the
PX46-01        Make It Match           9
Informational                         comprehensiveness of evidence, and the way in
Materials)                            which the author's intent affects the structure and
tone of the text.
READING:         Expository           Evaluate an author's argument or defense of a
Comprehension    (Informational)      claim by examining the relationship between
Evaluate the Work               (Focus on        Critique             generalizations and evidence, the
MX68-05                                 9
of Others                       Informational                         comprehensiveness of evidence, and the way in
Materials)                            which the author's intent affects the structure and
tone of the text.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text        Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                Name

READING:            Expository              Evaluate an author's argument or defense of a
Comprehension       (Informational)         claim by examining the relationship between
Judge Organization              (Focus on           Critique                generalizations and evidence, the
MX68-02                                 9
and Approach                    Informational                               comprehensiveness of evidence, and the way in
Materials)                                  which the author's intent affects the structure and
tone of the text.
READING:            Expository              Evaluate an author's argument or defense of a
Comprehension       (Informational)         claim by examining the relationship between
Select an
(Focus on           Critique                generalizations and evidence, the
MX30-05         Organizational          9
Informational                               comprehensiveness of evidence, and the way in
Structure
Materials)                                  which the author's intent affects the structure and
tone of the text.
READING: Literary   Expository              Explain the relationship between the purposes and
Identify and                    Response and        (Informational)         the characteristics of different forms of dramatic
MX27-05                                 9
Compare Genres                  Analysis            Critique                literature (including comedy, tragedy, and dramatic
monologue).
READING: Literary   Expository              Compare and contrast the presentation of a
Identify and                    Response and        (Informational)         similar theme or topic across genres (different
MX27-05                                 9
Compare Genres                  Analysis            Critique                types of writing) to explain how the selection of
genre shapes the theme or topic.
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze interactions between characters in a
Classify and
MX27-03                                 9       Response and        Grade-Level-            literary text and explain the way those interactions
Evaluate Character
Analysis            Appropriate Text        affect the plot.
Determine and                   READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze interactions between characters in a
MX27-04         Support Theme or        9       Response and        Grade-Level-            literary text and explain the way those interactions
Tone                            Analysis            Appropriate Text        affect the plot.
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Determine characters' traits by what the
MX27-03                                 9
Evaluate Character              Analysis            Appropriate Text        dialogue, and soliloquy (when they speak out loud
to themselves).
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text        Standard Text                         Objective Text
#                Name

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze and trace an author's development of time
Response and        Grade-Level-            and sequence, including the use of complex
Analysis            Appropriate Text        literary devices, such as foreshadowing (providing
MX27-01         Analyze the Setting      9                                                   clues to future events) or flashbacks (interrupting
the sequence of events to include information
about an event that happened in the past).

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze and trace an author's development of time
Response and        Grade-Level-            and sequence, including the use of complex
Identify and                     Analysis            Appropriate Text        literary devices, such as foreshadowing (providing
MX27-02         Interpret Point of       9                                                   clues to future events) or flashbacks (interrupting
View                                                                         the sequence of events to include information
about an event that happened in the past).

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Recognize and understand the significance of
Response and        Grade-Level-            various literary devices, including figurative
Analysis            Appropriate Text        language, imagery, allegory (the use of fictional
MX28-01         Metaphor                 9                                                   figures and actions to express truths about human
experiences), and symbolism (the use of a symbol
to represent an idea or theme), and explain their
appeal.
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Recognize and understand the significance of
Response and        Grade-Level-            various literary devices, including figurative
Analysis            Appropriate Text        language, imagery, allegory (the use of fictional
MX28-02         Symbol                   9                                                   figures and actions to express truths about human
experiences), and symbolism (the use of a symbol
to represent an idea or theme), and explain their
appeal.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                         Objective Text
#                Name

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Recognize and understand the significance of
Response and        Grade-Level-            various literary devices, including figurative
Analysis            Appropriate Text        language, imagery, allegory (the use of fictional
MX28-03         Irony                   9                                                   figures and actions to express truths about human
experiences), and symbolism (the use of a symbol
to represent an idea or theme), and explain their
appeal.
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Interpret and evaluate the impact of ambiguities,
MX28-03         Irony                   9       Response and        Grade-Level-            subtleties, contradictions, and ironies in a text.
Analysis            Appropriate Text
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Explain how voice and the choice of a narrator
Classify and
MX27-03                                 9       Response and        Grade-Level-            affect characterization and the tone, plot, and
Evaluate Character
Analysis            Appropriate Text        credibility of a text.
Identify and                    READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Explain how voice and the choice of a narrator
MX27-02         Interpret Point of      9       Response and        Grade-Level-            affect characterization and the tone, plot, and
View                            Analysis            Appropriate Text        credibility of a text.
Determine and                   READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Explain how voice and the choice of a narrator
MX27-04         Support Theme or        9       Response and        Grade-Level-            affect characterization and the tone, plot, and
Tone                            Analysis            Appropriate Text        credibility of a text.
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Identify and describe the function of dialogue,
Response and        Grade-Level-            soliloquies, asides, character foils, and stage
Analysis            Appropriate Text        designs in dramatic literature. Dialogue: a
conversation between two characters; Soliloquies:
long speeches in which characters, on stage
Classify and
MX27-03                                 9                                                   alone, reveal inner thoughts aloud; Asides: words
Evaluate Character
spoken by characters directly to the audience;
Character foils: characters who are used as
contrast to another character; Stage designs:
directions and drawings for the setting of a play

Determine and                   READING: Literary   Literary Criticism      Evaluate the aesthetic qualities of style, including
MX27-04         Support Theme or        9       Response and                                the impact of diction and figurative language on
Tone                            Analysis                                    tone, mood, and theme.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name      Strand Text        Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Determine and
Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
MX27-04         Support Theme or       9
consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
Tone
writing.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Know Why You are
Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
PX24-01        Writing--and for       9
consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
Whom
writing.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Draw Before You                                   Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
PX24-02                               9
Write                                                                consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
writing.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
PX45-01        Prewriting             9
consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
writing.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
PX45-02        Drafting               9
consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
writing.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Identify Your
Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
MX30-02         Audience and           9
consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
Purpose
writing.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
The Writing                                       Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
MX30-01                                9
Process                                                              consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
writing.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Choose a Topic or                                 Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
MX30-03                                9
Controlling Idea                                                     consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
writing.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name      Strand Text        Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: Process   Organization and   Use precise language, action verbs, sensory
MX32-01         Reread and Revise        9                          Focus              details, and appropriate modifiers.

WRITING: Process   Organization and   Use precise language, action verbs, sensory
Develop the
Focus              details, and appropriate modifiers.
MX31-01         Introduction, Body,      9
and Conclusion
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Use precise language, action verbs, sensory
MX45-02         Get Organized            9                          Focus              details, and appropriate modifiers.

WRITING: Process   Organization and   Use precise language, action verbs, sensory
The Little Details
MX68-03                                  9                          Focus              details, and appropriate modifiers.
Count
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Use precise language, action verbs, sensory
MX70-01         Add Emphasis             9                          Focus              details, and appropriate modifiers.

WRITING: Process   Organization and   Use precise language, action verbs, sensory
Structure the
MX70-02                                  9                          Focus              details, and appropriate modifiers.
Message
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Use precise language, action verbs, sensory
PX45-03        Revising                 9                          Focus              details, and appropriate modifiers.

WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop the main ideas within the body of the
Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
PX46-01        Make It Match            9
scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop the main ideas within the body of the
Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
PX46-02        Use It or Lose Out       9
scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop the main ideas within the body of the
Structure the                                       Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
MX70-02                                  9
Message                                                                scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name      Strand Text        Standard Text                   Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop the main ideas within the body of the
There's Strength in                                 Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
MX70-03                                  9
Numbers                                                                scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop the main ideas within the body of the
Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
MX69-01         Find the Facts           9
scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop the main ideas within the body of the
Compare and                                         Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
MX69-02                                  9
Contrast                                                               scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop the main ideas within the body of the
Judge Organization                                  Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
MX68-02                                  9
and Approach                                                           scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop the main ideas within the body of the
MX45-01                                  9
Strategy                                                               scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop the main ideas within the body of the
Provide Supporting                                  Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
MX31-02                                  9
Details                                                                scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop the main ideas within the body of the
Use Quoted
Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
MX31-03         Material                 9
scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
Appropriately
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop the main ideas within the body of the
Choose a Topic or                                   Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
MX30-03                                  9
Controlling Idea                                                       scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name      Strand Text        Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: Process   Research and       Synthesize information from multiple sources,
Provide Supporting                                  Technology         including almanacs, microfiche, news sources, in-
MX31-02                                  9
Details                                                                depth field studies, speeches, journals, technical
documents, and Internet sources.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Synthesize information from multiple sources,
Use Quoted
Technology         including almanacs, microfiche, news sources, in-
MX31-03         Material                 9
depth field studies, speeches, journals, technical
Appropriately
documents, and Internet sources.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Synthesize information from multiple sources,
There's Strength in                                 Technology         including almanacs, microfiche, news sources, in-
MX70-03                                  9
Numbers                                                                depth field studies, speeches, journals, technical
documents, and Internet sources.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Synthesize information from multiple sources,
Technology         including almanacs, microfiche, news sources, in-
PX46-02        Use It or Lose Out       9
depth field studies, speeches, journals, technical
documents, and Internet sources.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Synthesize information from multiple sources,
Look for Literary                                   Technology         including almanacs, microfiche, news sources, in-
PX46-03                                 9
Merit                                                                  depth field studies, speeches, journals, technical
documents, and Internet sources.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Synthesize information from multiple sources,
Go with What You                                    Technology         including almanacs, microfiche, news sources, in-
PX46-04                                 9
Know                                                                   depth field studies, speeches, journals, technical
documents, and Internet sources.
Use Quoted                       WRITING: Process   Research and       Integrate quotations and citations into a written
MX31-03         Material                 9                          Technology         text while maintaining the flow of ideas.
Appropriately
WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Review, evaluate, and revise writing for meaning,
PX45-04        Proofreading             9                          Revision           clarity, content, and mechanics.

WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Review, evaluate, and revise writing for meaning,
PX46-01        Make It Match            9                          Revision           clarity, content, and mechanics.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name      Strand Text        Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Review, evaluate, and revise writing for meaning,
MX32-01         Reread and Revise        9                          Revision           clarity, content, and mechanics.

WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Review, evaluate, and revise writing for meaning,
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully      9                          Revision           clarity, content, and mechanics.

Make the Most of                 WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Edit and proofread one's own writing, as well as
TestU Self-                                         Revision           that of others, using an editing checklist with
MX68-04                                  9
Evaluation                                                             specific examples of corrections of frequent
Exercises                                                              errors.
WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Edit and proofread one's own writing, as well as
Evaluate the Work                                   Revision           that of others, using an editing checklist with
MX68-05                                  9
of Others                                                              specific examples of corrections of frequent
errors.
WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Edit and proofread one's own writing, as well as
Revision           that of others, using an editing checklist with
PX46-01        Make It Match            9
specific examples of corrections of frequent
errors.
WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Revise writing to improve the logic and coherence
Revision           of the organization and perspective, the precision
of word choice, and the appropriateness of tone by
PX45-03        Revising                 9
taking into consideration the audience, purpose,
and formality of the context.

WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Revise writing to improve the logic and coherence
Revision           of the organization and perspective, the precision
of word choice, and the appropriateness of tone by
taking into consideration the audience, purpose,
and formality of the context.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text          Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: Process      Evaluation and     Revise writing to improve the logic and coherence
Revision           of the organization and perspective, the precision
The Little Details                                                        of word choice, and the appropriateness of tone by
MX68-03                                  9
Count                                                                     taking into consideration the audience, purpose,
and formality of the context.

WRITING: Process      Evaluation and     Revise writing to improve the logic and coherence
Revision           of the organization and perspective, the precision
Judge Organization                                                        of word choice, and the appropriateness of tone by
MX68-02                                  9
and Approach                                                              taking into consideration the audience, purpose,
and formality of the context.

WRITING: Process      Evaluation and     Revise writing to improve the logic and coherence
Revision           of the organization and perspective, the precision
of word choice, and the appropriateness of tone by
taking into consideration the audience, purpose,
and formality of the context.

WRITING: Process      Evaluation and     Revise writing to improve the logic and coherence
Revision           of the organization and perspective, the precision
of word choice, and the appropriateness of tone by
taking into consideration the audience, purpose,
and formality of the context.

WRITING:              NULL               Write responses to literature that: demonstrate a
Applications                             comprehensive grasp of the significant ideas of
(Different Types of                      literary works; support important ideas and
Writing and Their                        viewpoints through accurate and detailed
The Writing
MX30-01                                  9       Characteristics)                         references to the text or to other works;
Process
demonstrate an awareness of the author's style
and an appreciation of the effects created; identify
and assess the impact of ambiguities, nuances,
and complexities within the text.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write responses to literature that: demonstrate a
Applications                            comprehensive grasp of the significant ideas of
(Different Types of                     literary works; support important ideas and
Identify Your                  Writing and Their                       viewpoints through accurate and detailed
MX30-02         Audience and           9       Characteristics)                        references to the text or to other works;
Purpose                                                                demonstrate an awareness of the author's style
and an appreciation of the effects created; identify
and assess the impact of ambiguities, nuances,
and complexities within the text.
WRITING:              NULL              Write responses to literature that: demonstrate a
Applications                            comprehensive grasp of the significant ideas of
(Different Types of                     literary works; support important ideas and
Writing and Their                       viewpoints through accurate and detailed
Determine Key
MX30-04                                9       Characteristics)                        references to the text or to other works;
Points
demonstrate an awareness of the author's style
and an appreciation of the effects created; identify
and assess the impact of ambiguities, nuances,
and complexities within the text.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather evidence
(Different Types of                     in support of a thesis (position on the topic),
Writing and Their                       including information on all relevant perspectives;
Characteristics)                        communicate information and ideas from primary
and secondary sources accurately and coherently;
make distinctions between the relative value and
significance of specific data, facts, and ideas; use
a variety of reference sources, including word,
PX46-02        Use It or Lose Out      9
pictorial, audio, and Internet sources, to locate
information in support of topic; include visual aids
by using technology to organize and record
information on charts, data tables, maps, and
misunderstandings, biases, and expectations; use
technical terms and notations accurately.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather evidence
(Different Types of                     in support of a thesis (position on the topic),
Writing and Their                       including information on all relevant perspectives;
Characteristics)                        communicate information and ideas from primary
and secondary sources accurately and coherently;
make distinctions between the relative value and
significance of specific data, facts, and ideas; use
Go with What You                                                       a variety of reference sources, including word,
PX46-04                               9
Know                                                                   pictorial, audio, and Internet sources, to locate
information in support of topic; include visual aids
by using technology to organize and record
information on charts, data tables, maps, and
misunderstandings, biases, and expectations; use
technical terms and notations accurately.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather evidence
(Different Types of                     in support of a thesis (position on the topic),
Writing and Their                       including information on all relevant perspectives;
Characteristics)                        communicate information and ideas from primary
and secondary sources accurately and coherently;
make distinctions between the relative value and
significance of specific data, facts, and ideas; use
Look for Literary                                                      a variety of reference sources, including word,
PX46-03                               9
Merit                                                                  pictorial, audio, and Internet sources, to locate
information in support of topic; include visual aids
by using technology to organize and record
information on charts, data tables, maps, and
misunderstandings, biases, and expectations; use
technical terms and notations accurately.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather evidence
(Different Types of                     in support of a thesis (position on the topic),
Writing and Their                       including information on all relevant perspectives;
Characteristics)                        communicate information and ideas from primary
and secondary sources accurately and coherently;
make distinctions between the relative value and
significance of specific data, facts, and ideas; use
a variety of reference sources, including word,
MX69-01         Find the Facts         9
pictorial, audio, and Internet sources, to locate
information in support of topic; include visual aids
by using technology to organize and record
information on charts, data tables, maps, and
misunderstandings, biases, and expectations; use
technical terms and notations accurately.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather evidence
(Different Types of                     in support of a thesis (position on the topic),
Writing and Their                       including information on all relevant perspectives;
Characteristics)                        communicate information and ideas from primary
and secondary sources accurately and coherently;
make distinctions between the relative value and
significance of specific data, facts, and ideas; use
Compare and                                                            a variety of reference sources, including word,
MX69-02                                9
Contrast                                                               pictorial, audio, and Internet sources, to locate
information in support of topic; include visual aids
by using technology to organize and record
information on charts, data tables, maps, and
misunderstandings, biases, and expectations; use
technical terms and notations accurately.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather evidence
(Different Types of                     in support of a thesis (position on the topic),
Writing and Their                       including information on all relevant perspectives;
Characteristics)                        communicate information and ideas from primary
and secondary sources accurately and coherently;
make distinctions between the relative value and
significance of specific data, facts, and ideas; use
There's Strength in                                                      a variety of reference sources, including word,
MX70-03                                  9
Numbers                                                                  pictorial, audio, and Internet sources, to locate
information in support of topic; include visual aids
by using technology to organize and record
information on charts, data tables, maps, and
misunderstandings, biases, and expectations; use
technical terms and notations accurately.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather evidence
(Different Types of                     in support of a thesis (position on the topic),
Writing and Their                       including information on all relevant perspectives;
Characteristics)                        communicate information and ideas from primary
and secondary sources accurately and coherently;
make distinctions between the relative value and
significance of specific data, facts, and ideas; use
Provide Supporting                                                      a variety of reference sources, including word,
MX31-02                                 9
Details                                                                 pictorial, audio, and Internet sources, to locate
information in support of topic; include visual aids
by using technology to organize and record
information on charts, data tables, maps, and
misunderstandings, biases, and expectations; use
technical terms and notations accurately.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather evidence
(Different Types of                     in support of a thesis (position on the topic),
Writing and Their                       including information on all relevant perspectives;
Characteristics)                        communicate information and ideas from primary
and secondary sources accurately and coherently;
make distinctions between the relative value and
significance of specific data, facts, and ideas; use
Determine Key                                                          a variety of reference sources, including word,
MX30-04                                9
Points                                                                 pictorial, audio, and Internet sources, to locate
information in support of topic; include visual aids
by using technology to organize and record
information on charts, data tables, maps, and
misunderstandings, biases, and expectations; use
technical terms and notations accurately.

WRITING:              NULL              Write persuasive compositions that: organize
Applications                            ideas and appeals in a sustained and effective
(Different Types of                     fashion with the strongest emotional appeal first
Writing and Their                       and the least powerful one last; use specific
Characteristics)                        rhetorical (communication) devices to support
assertions, such as appealing to logic through
reasoning; appealing to emotion or ethical belief;
Use the Correct
PX48-01                               9                                               or relating a personal anecdote, case study, or
Format
analogy; clarify and defend positions with precise
and relevant evidence, including facts, expert
opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly
accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning; address
expectations.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write persuasive compositions that: organize
Applications                            ideas and appeals in a sustained and effective
(Different Types of                     fashion with the strongest emotional appeal first
Writing and Their                       and the least powerful one last; use specific
Characteristics)                        rhetorical (communication) devices to support
assertions, such as appealing to logic through
Frame Your                                                              reasoning; appealing to emotion or ethical belief;
PX48-02        Argument                9                                               or relating a personal anecdote, case study, or
Appropriately                                                           analogy; clarify and defend positions with precise
and relevant evidence, including facts, expert
opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly
accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning; address
expectations.

WRITING:              NULL              Write persuasive compositions that: organize
Applications                            ideas and appeals in a sustained and effective
(Different Types of                     fashion with the strongest emotional appeal first
Writing and Their                       and the least powerful one last; use specific
Characteristics)                        rhetorical (communication) devices to support
assertions, such as appealing to logic through
reasoning; appealing to emotion or ethical belief;
The Little Details
MX68-03                                 9                                               or relating a personal anecdote, case study, or
Count
analogy; clarify and defend positions with precise
and relevant evidence, including facts, expert
opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly
accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning; address
expectations.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write persuasive compositions that: organize
Applications                            ideas and appeals in a sustained and effective
(Different Types of                     fashion with the strongest emotional appeal first
Writing and Their                       and the least powerful one last; use specific
Characteristics)                        rhetorical (communication) devices to support
assertions, such as appealing to logic through
reasoning; appealing to emotion or ethical belief;
Judge Organization
MX68-02                                 9                                               or relating a personal anecdote, case study, or
and Approach
analogy; clarify and defend positions with precise
and relevant evidence, including facts, expert
opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly
accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning; address
expectations.

WRITING:              NULL              Write persuasive compositions that: organize
Applications                            ideas and appeals in a sustained and effective
(Different Types of                     fashion with the strongest emotional appeal first
Writing and Their                       and the least powerful one last; use specific
Characteristics)                        rhetorical (communication) devices to support
assertions, such as appealing to logic through
reasoning; appealing to emotion or ethical belief;
Look for Common
MX69-03                                 9                                               or relating a personal anecdote, case study, or
Ground
analogy; clarify and defend positions with precise
and relevant evidence, including facts, expert
opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly
accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning; address
expectations.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Use varied and expanded vocabulary, appropriate
Applications                            for specific forms and topics.
MX45-03         Add Some Style          9       (Different Types of
Writing and Their
Characteristics)
WRITING:              NULL              Write for different purposes and audiences,
PX48-02        Argument                9       (Different Types of
Appropriately                   Writing and Their
Characteristics)
WRITING:              NULL              Write for different purposes and audiences,
Applications                            adjusting tone, style, and voice as appropriate.
Use the Correct
PX48-01                                9       (Different Types of
Format
Writing and Their
Characteristics)
WRITING:              NULL              Write for different purposes and audiences,
Applications                            adjusting tone, style, and voice as appropriate.
PX45-03        Revising                9       (Different Types of
Writing and Their
Characteristics)
WRITING:              NULL              Write for different purposes and audiences,
Applications                            adjusting tone, style, and voice as appropriate.
MX45-03         Add Some Style          9       (Different Types of
Writing and Their
Characteristics)
WRITING:              NULL              Write for different purposes and audiences,
Applications                            adjusting tone, style, and voice as appropriate.
Judge Organization
MX68-02                                 9       (Different Types of
and Approach
Writing and Their
Characteristics)
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text          Standard Text                         Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL                   Write for different purposes and audiences,
Applications                                 adjusting tone, style, and voice as appropriate.
MX32-01         Reread and Revise      9       (Different Types of
Writing and Their
Characteristics)
WRITING:              NULL                   Write for different purposes and audiences,
Select an                      Applications                                 adjusting tone, style, and voice as appropriate.
MX30-05         Organizational         9       (Different Types of
Structure                      Writing and Their
Characteristics)
WRITING: English      Grammar and            Identify and correctly use clauses, both main and
Language              Mechanics of Writing   subordinate; phrases, including gerund, infinitive,
Fix Sentence
MX44-01                                9       Conventions                                  and participial; and the mechanics of punctuation,
Fragments
such as semicolons, colons, ellipses, and
hyphens.
WRITING: English      Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language              Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
MX38-01         Commas                 9       Conventions                                  subordination, and the proper placement of
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English      Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language              Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
Colons and
MX38-02                                9       Conventions                                  subordination, and the proper placement of
Semicolons
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English      Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language              Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
MX38-03         Odds and Endings       9       Conventions                                  subordination, and the proper placement of
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text       Standard Text                        Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: English   Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language           Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
Reach an
MX39-01                                  9       Conventions                               subordination, and the proper placement of
Agreement
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English   Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language           Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
Use (Don't Abuse)
MX39-03                                  9       Conventions                               subordination, and the proper placement of
Words and Idioms
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English   Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language           Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
Fix Sentence
MX44-01                                  9       Conventions                               subordination, and the proper placement of
Fragments
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English   Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language           Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully      9       Conventions                               subordination, and the proper placement of
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English   Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language           Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
PX45-04        Proofreading             9       Conventions                               subordination, and the proper placement of
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English   Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Sentence                         Language           Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
MX24-02         Correction               9       Conventions                               subordination, and the proper placement of
Questions                                                                  modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English   Manuscript Form        Produce legible work that shows accurate spelling
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully      9       Language                                  and correct use of the conventions of punctuation
Conventions                               and capitalization.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                         Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: English      Manuscript Form       Produce legible work that shows accurate spelling
PX45-04        Proofreading           9       Language                                    and correct use of the conventions of punctuation
Conventions                                 and capitalization.
READING: Word         Vocabulary and        Distinguish between what words mean literally and
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development   what they imply, and interpret what words imply.
PX21-03        Connect the Words     10       and Vocabulary
Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Use the knowledge of Greek, Roman, and Norse
In the Beginning,              Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development mythology to understand the origin and meaning of
PX21-01        There Was the         10       and Vocabulary                            new words (Wednesday/Odin, Thursday/Thor).
Word                           Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Use the knowledge of Greek, Roman, and Norse
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development mythology to understand the origin and meaning of
Use Prefixes or
PX21-02                              10       and Vocabulary                            new words (Wednesday/Odin, Thursday/Thor).
Roots
Development

READING:             Expository             Evaluate an author's argument or defense of a
Comprehension        (Informational)        claim by examining the relationship between
(Focus on            Critique               generalizations and evidence, the
PX45-03        Revising              10
Informational                               comprehensiveness of evidence, and the way in
Materials)                                  which the author's intent affects the structure and
tone of the text.
READING:             Expository             Evaluate an author's argument or defense of a
Comprehension        (Informational)        claim by examining the relationship between
(Focus on            Critique               generalizations and evidence, the
PX46-01        Make It Match         10
Informational                               comprehensiveness of evidence, and the way in
Materials)                                  which the author's intent affects the structure and
tone of the text.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text        Standard Text                         Objective Text
#                Name

READING:            Expository             Evaluate an author's argument or defense of a
Comprehension       (Informational)        claim by examining the relationship between
(Focus on           Critique               generalizations and evidence, the
PX46-02        Use It or Lose Out     10
Informational                              comprehensiveness of evidence, and the way in
Materials)                                 which the author's intent affects the structure and
tone of the text.
READING:            Expository             Evaluate an author's argument or defense of a
Comprehension       (Informational)        claim by examining the relationship between
Evaluate the Work               (Focus on           Critique               generalizations and evidence, the
MX68-05                                10
of Others                       Informational                              comprehensiveness of evidence, and the way in
Materials)                                 which the author's intent affects the structure and
tone of the text.
READING:            Expository             Evaluate an author's argument or defense of a
Comprehension       (Informational)        claim by examining the relationship between
Judge Organization              (Focus on           Critique               generalizations and evidence, the
MX68-02                                10
and Approach                    Informational                              comprehensiveness of evidence, and the way in
Materials)                                 which the author's intent affects the structure and
tone of the text.
READING:            Expository             Evaluate an author's argument or defense of a
Comprehension       (Informational)        claim by examining the relationship between
Select an
(Focus on           Critique               generalizations and evidence, the
MX30-05         Organizational         10
Informational                              comprehensiveness of evidence, and the way in
Structure
Materials)                                 which the author's intent affects the structure and
tone of the text.
READING: Literary   Structural Features of Compare and contrast the presentation of a
Identify and                    Response and        Literature             similar theme or topic across genres (different
MX27-05                                10
Compare Genres                  Analysis                                   types of writing) to explain how each genre shapes
the author's presentation of the theme
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of Evaluate interactions between characters in a
Classify and
MX27-03                                10       Response and        Grade-Level-           literary text and explain the way those interactions
Evaluate Character
Analysis            Appropriate Text       affect the plot.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text        Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                Name

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze characters' traits by what the characters
Classify and                    Response and        Grade-Level-            say about themselves in narration, dialogue, and
MX27-03                                10
Evaluate Character              Analysis            Appropriate Text        soliloquy (when they speak out loud to
themselves).
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Evaluate the significance of various literary
Response and        Grade-Level-            devices, including figurative language, imagery,
Analysis            Appropriate Text        allegory (the use of fictional figures and actions to
MX28-01         Metaphor               10                                                   express truths about human experiences), and
symbolism (the use of a symbol to represent an
idea or theme), and explain their appeal.

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Evaluate the significance of various literary
Response and        Grade-Level-            devices, including figurative language, imagery,
Analysis            Appropriate Text        allegory (the use of fictional figures and actions to
MX28-02         Symbol                 10                                                   express truths about human experiences), and
symbolism (the use of a symbol to represent an
idea or theme), and explain their appeal.

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Evaluate the significance of various literary
Response and        Grade-Level-            devices, including figurative language, imagery,
Analysis            Appropriate Text        allegory (the use of fictional figures and actions to
MX28-03         Irony                  10                                                   express truths about human experiences), and
symbolism (the use of a symbol to represent an
idea or theme), and explain their appeal.

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Interpret and evaluate the impact of ambiguities,
Analysis            Appropriate Text        inconsistencies in a text.
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Explain how voice and the choice of a narrator
Classify and
MX27-03                                10       Response and        Grade-Level-            affect characterization and the tone, plot, and
Evaluate Character
Analysis            Appropriate Text        credibility of a text.
Determine and                   READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Explain how voice and the choice of a narrator
MX27-04         Support Theme or       10       Response and        Grade-Level-            affect characterization and the tone, plot, and
Tone                            Analysis            Appropriate Text        credibility of a text.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                         Objective Text
#                Name

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Identify and describe the function of dialogue,
Response and        Grade-Level-            soliloquies, asides, character foils, and stage
Analysis            Appropriate Text        designs in dramatic literature: Dialogue: a
conversation between two characters; Soliloquies:
long speeches in which characters, on stage
Classify and
MX27-03                                10                                                   alone, reveal inner thoughts aloud; Asides: words
Evaluate Character
spoken by characters directly to the audience;
Character foils: characters who are used as
contrasts to another character; Stage designs:
directions and drawings for the setting of a play

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Identify and describe the function of dialogue,
Response and        Grade-Level-            soliloquies, asides, character foils, and stage
Analysis            Appropriate Text        designs in dramatic literature: Dialogue: a
conversation between two characters; Soliloquies:
Determine and                                                               long speeches in which characters, on stage
MX27-04         Support Theme or       10                                                   alone, reveal inner thoughts aloud; Asides: words
Tone                                                                        spoken by characters directly to the audience;
Character foils: characters who are used as
contrasts to another character; Stage designs:
directions and drawings for the setting of a play

READING: Literary   Literary Criticism      Evaluate the aesthetic qualities of style, including
Determine Key
MX30-04                                10       Response and                                the impact of diction and figurative language on
Points
Analysis                                    tone, mood, and theme.
WRITING: Process    Organization and        Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Determine and
Focus                   perspective on the subject and maintain a
MX27-04         Support Theme or       10
consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
Tone
writing.
WRITING: Process    Organization and        Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Know Why You are
Focus                   perspective on the subject and maintain a
PX24-01        Writing--and for       10
consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
Whom
writing.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name      Strand Text        Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Draw Before You                                     Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
PX24-02                                10
Write                                                                  consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
writing.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
PX45-01        Prewriting              10
consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
writing.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
PX45-02        Drafting                10
consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
writing.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
The Writing                                         Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
MX30-01                                 10
Process                                                                consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
writing.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Identify Your
Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
MX30-02         Audience and            10
consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
Purpose
writing.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear
Choose a Topic or                                   Focus              perspective on the subject and maintain a
MX30-03                                 10
Controlling Idea                                                       consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of
writing.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop main ideas within the body of the
The Writing                                         Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
MX30-01                                 10
Process                                                                scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop main ideas within the body of the
Develop the
Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
MX31-01         Introduction, Body,     10
scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and Conclusion
and definitions.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name      Strand Text        Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop main ideas within the body of the
Provide Supporting                                  Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
MX31-02                                 10
Details                                                                scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop main ideas within the body of the
There's Strength in                                 Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
MX70-03                                 10
Numbers                                                                scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop main ideas within the body of the
Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
MX69-01         Find the Facts          10
scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop main ideas within the body of the
Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
PX45-01        Prewriting              10
scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop main ideas within the body of the
Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
PX45-03        Revising                10
scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Develop main ideas within the body of the
Look for Literary                                   Technology         composition through supporting evidence, such as
PX46-03                                10
Merit                                                                  scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses,
and definitions.
WRITING: Process   Research and       Integrate quotations and citations into a written
Go with What You
PX46-04                                10                          Technology         text while maintaining the flow of ideas.
Know
WRITING: Process   Research and       Integrate quotations and citations into a written
Provide Supporting
MX31-02                                 10                          Technology         text while maintaining the flow of ideas.
Details
Use Quoted                       WRITING: Process   Research and       Integrate quotations and citations into a written
MX31-03         Material                10                          Technology         text while maintaining the flow of ideas.
Appropriately
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text          Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: Process      Evaluation and     Provide constructive criticism to other writers with
Evaluate the Work                                    Revision           suggestions for improving organization, tone, style,
MX68-05                               10
of Others                                                               clarity, and focus; edit and revise in response to
peer reviews of own work.
Make the Most of               WRITING: Process      Evaluation and     Provide constructive criticism to other writers with
TestU Self-                                          Revision           suggestions for improving organization, tone, style,
MX68-04                               10
Evaluation                                                              clarity, and focus; edit and revise in response to
Exercises                                                               peer reviews of own work.
WRITING: Process      Evaluation and     Provide constructive criticism to other writers with
Revision           suggestions for improving organization, tone, style,
PX46-01        Make It Match         10
clarity, and focus; edit and revise in response to
peer reviews of own work.
WRITING:              NULL               Write responses to literature that: demonstrate a
Applications                             comprehensive grasp of the significant ideas of
(Different Types of                      literary works; support important ideas and
Writing and Their                        viewpoints through accurate and detailed
Characteristics)                         references to the text or to other works;
Determine Key
MX30-04                               10                                                demonstrate awareness of the author's style and
Points
an appreciation of the effects created; identify and
assess the impact of ambiguities, nuances, and
complexities within the text; extend writing by
changing mood, plot, characterization, or voice.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather
(Different Types of                     evidence in support of a thesis (position on the
Writing and Their                       topic), including information on all relevant
Characteristics)                        perspectives; communicate information and ideas
from primary and secondary sources accurately
and coherently; make distinctions between the
relative value and significance of specific data,
facts, and ideas; use a variety of reference
PX46-02        Use It or Lose Out     10
sources, including word, pictorial, audio, and
Internet sources to locate information in support of
a topic; include visual aids by using technology to
organize and record information on charts, maps,
potential misunderstandings, biases, and
expectations; use technical terms and notations
correctly.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather
(Different Types of                     evidence in support of a thesis (position on the
Writing and Their                       topic), including information on all relevant
Characteristics)                        perspectives; communicate information and ideas
from primary and secondary sources accurately
and coherently; make distinctions between the
relative value and significance of specific data,
Go with What You                                                       facts, and ideas; use a variety of reference
PX46-04                              10
Know                                                                   sources, including word, pictorial, audio, and
Internet sources to locate information in support of
a topic; include visual aids by using technology to
organize and record information on charts, maps,
potential misunderstandings, biases, and
expectations; use technical terms and notations
correctly.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather
(Different Types of                     evidence in support of a thesis (position on the
Writing and Their                       topic), including information on all relevant
Characteristics)                        perspectives; communicate information and ideas
from primary and secondary sources accurately
and coherently; make distinctions between the
relative value and significance of specific data,
Look for Literary                                                      facts, and ideas; use a variety of reference
PX46-03                              10
Merit                                                                  sources, including word, pictorial, audio, and
Internet sources to locate information in support of
a topic; include visual aids by using technology to
organize and record information on charts, maps,
potential misunderstandings, biases, and
expectations; use technical terms and notations
correctly.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather
(Different Types of                     evidence in support of a thesis (position on the
Writing and Their                       topic), including information on all relevant
Characteristics)                        perspectives; communicate information and ideas
from primary and secondary sources accurately
and coherently; make distinctions between the
relative value and significance of specific data,
facts, and ideas; use a variety of reference
MX69-01         Find the Facts        10
sources, including word, pictorial, audio, and
Internet sources to locate information in support of
a topic; include visual aids by using technology to
organize and record information on charts, maps,
potential misunderstandings, biases, and
expectations; use technical terms and notations
correctly.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather
(Different Types of                     evidence in support of a thesis (position on the
Writing and Their                       topic), including information on all relevant
Characteristics)                        perspectives; communicate information and ideas
from primary and secondary sources accurately
and coherently; make distinctions between the
relative value and significance of specific data,
Compare and                                                            facts, and ideas; use a variety of reference
MX69-02                               10
Contrast                                                               sources, including word, pictorial, audio, and
Internet sources to locate information in support of
a topic; include visual aids by using technology to
organize and record information on charts, maps,
potential misunderstandings, biases, and
expectations; use technical terms and notations
correctly.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather
(Different Types of                     evidence in support of a thesis (position on the
Writing and Their                       topic), including information on all relevant
Characteristics)                        perspectives; communicate information and ideas
from primary and secondary sources accurately
and coherently; make distinctions between the
relative value and significance of specific data,
There's Strength in                                                      facts, and ideas; use a variety of reference
MX70-03                                 10
Numbers                                                                  sources, including word, pictorial, audio, and
Internet sources to locate information in support of
a topic; include visual aids by using technology to
organize and record information on charts, maps,
potential misunderstandings, biases, and
expectations; use technical terms and notations
correctly.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather
(Different Types of                     evidence in support of a thesis (position on the
Writing and Their                       topic), including information on all relevant
Characteristics)                        perspectives; communicate information and ideas
from primary and secondary sources accurately
and coherently; make distinctions between the
relative value and significance of specific data,
Provide Supporting                                                      facts, and ideas; use a variety of reference
MX31-02                                10
Details                                                                 sources, including word, pictorial, audio, and
Internet sources to locate information in support of
a topic; include visual aids by using technology to
organize and record information on charts, maps,
potential misunderstandings, biases, and
expectations; use technical terms and notations
correctly.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                     Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write expository compositions, including analytical
Applications                            essays and research reports that: gather
(Different Types of                     evidence in support of a thesis (position on the
Writing and Their                       topic), including information on all relevant
Characteristics)                        perspectives; communicate information and ideas
from primary and secondary sources accurately
and coherently; make distinctions between the
relative value and significance of specific data,
Determine Key                                                          facts, and ideas; use a variety of reference
MX30-04                               10
Points                                                                 sources, including word, pictorial, audio, and
Internet sources to locate information in support of
a topic; include visual aids by using technology to
organize and record information on charts, maps,
potential misunderstandings, biases, and
expectations; use technical terms and notations
correctly.

WRITING:              NULL              Write persuasive compositions that: organize
Applications                            ideas and appeals in a sustained and effective
(Different Types of                     fashion with the strongest emotional appeal first
Writing and Their                       and the least powerful one last; use specific
Characteristics)                        rhetorical (communication) devices to support
assertions, such as appealing to logic through
reasoning; appealing to emotion or ethical belief;
Use the Correct
PX48-01                              10                                               or relating a personal anecdote, case study, or
Format
analogy; clarify and defend positions with precise
and relevant evidence, including facts, expert
opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly
accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning; address
expectations.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write persuasive compositions that: organize
Applications                            ideas and appeals in a sustained and effective
(Different Types of                     fashion with the strongest emotional appeal first
Writing and Their                       and the least powerful one last; use specific
Characteristics)                        rhetorical (communication) devices to support
assertions, such as appealing to logic through
Frame Your                                                              reasoning; appealing to emotion or ethical belief;
PX48-02        Argument               10                                               or relating a personal anecdote, case study, or
Appropriately                                                           analogy; clarify and defend positions with precise
and relevant evidence, including facts, expert
opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly
accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning; address
expectations.

WRITING:              NULL              Write persuasive compositions that: organize
Applications                            ideas and appeals in a sustained and effective
(Different Types of                     fashion with the strongest emotional appeal first
Writing and Their                       and the least powerful one last; use specific
Characteristics)                        rhetorical (communication) devices to support
assertions, such as appealing to logic through
reasoning; appealing to emotion or ethical belief;
The Little Details
MX68-03                                10                                               or relating a personal anecdote, case study, or
Count
analogy; clarify and defend positions with precise
and relevant evidence, including facts, expert
opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly
accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning; address
expectations.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write persuasive compositions that: organize
Applications                            ideas and appeals in a sustained and effective
(Different Types of                     fashion with the strongest emotional appeal first
Writing and Their                       and the least powerful one last; use specific
Characteristics)                        rhetorical (communication) devices to support
assertions, such as appealing to logic through
reasoning; appealing to emotion or ethical belief;
Judge Organization
MX68-02                                10                                               or relating a personal anecdote, case study, or
and Approach
analogy; clarify and defend positions with precise
and relevant evidence, including facts, expert
opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly
accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning; address
expectations.

WRITING:              NULL              Write persuasive compositions that: organize
Applications                            ideas and appeals in a sustained and effective
(Different Types of                     fashion with the strongest emotional appeal first
Writing and Their                       and the least powerful one last; use specific
Characteristics)                        rhetorical (communication) devices to support
assertions, such as appealing to logic through
reasoning; appealing to emotion or ethical belief;
Look for Common
MX69-03                                10                                               or relating a personal anecdote, case study, or
Ground
analogy; clarify and defend positions with precise
and relevant evidence, including facts, expert
opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly
accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning; address
expectations.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text          Standard Text                         Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL                   Write for different purposes and audiences,
PX48-02        Argument              10       (Different Types of
Appropriately                  Writing and Their
Characteristics)
WRITING:              NULL                   Write for different purposes and audiences,
Applications                                 adjusting tone, style, and voice as appropriate.
Use the Correct
PX48-01                              10       (Different Types of
Format
Writing and Their
Characteristics)
WRITING:              NULL                   Write for different purposes and audiences,
Applications                                 adjusting tone, style, and voice as appropriate.
PX45-03        Revising              10       (Different Types of
Writing and Their
Characteristics)
WRITING:              NULL                   Write for different purposes and audiences,
Applications                                 adjusting tone, style, and voice as appropriate.
MX45-03         Add Some Style        10       (Different Types of
Writing and Their
Characteristics)
WRITING:              NULL                   Write for different purposes and audiences,
Applications                                 adjusting tone, style, and voice as appropriate.
MX32-01         Reread and Revise     10       (Different Types of
Writing and Their
Characteristics)
WRITING: English      Grammar and            Identify and correctly use clauses, both main and
Language              Mechanics of Writing   subordinate; phrases, including gerund, infinitive,
Fix Sentence
MX44-01                               10       Conventions                                  and participial; and the mechanics of punctuation,
Fragments
such as semicolons, colons, ellipses, and
hyphens.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text       Standard Text                        Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: English   Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language           Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
MX38-01         Commas                  10       Conventions                               subordination, and the proper placement of
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English   Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language           Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
Colons and
MX38-02                                 10       Conventions                               subordination, and the proper placement of
Semicolons
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English   Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language           Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
MX38-03         Odds and Endings        10       Conventions                               subordination, and the proper placement of
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English   Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language           Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
Fix Sentence
MX44-01                                 10       Conventions                               subordination, and the proper placement of
Fragments
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English   Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language           Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully     10       Conventions                               subordination, and the proper placement of
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English   Grammar and            Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Language           Mechanics of Writing   construction, including parallel structure,
PX45-04        Proofreading            10       Conventions                               subordination, and the proper placement of
modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text          Standard Text                       Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: English     Grammar and          Demonstrate an understanding of sentence
Sentence                         Language             Mechanics of Writing construction, including parallel structure,
MX24-02         Correction              10       Conventions                               subordination, and the proper placement of
Questions                                                                  modifiers, and proper English usage, including the
use of consistent verb tenses.
WRITING: English      Manuscript Form     Produce legible work that shows accurate spelling
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully     10       Language                                  and correct use of the conventions of punctuation
Conventions                               and capitalization.
WRITING: English      Manuscript Form     Produce legible work that shows accurate spelling
PX45-04        Proofreading            10       Language                                  and correct use of the conventions of punctuation
Conventions                               and capitalization.
READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Apply knowledge of Greek, Latin, and Anglo-
In the Beginning,                Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development Saxon roots and word parts to draw inferences
PX21-01        There Was the           11       and Vocabulary                            about the meaning of scientific and mathematical
Word                             Development                               terminology.

READING: Word         Vocabulary and        Apply knowledge of Greek, Latin, and Anglo-
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development   Saxon roots and word parts to draw inferences
Use Prefixes or
PX21-02                                11       and Vocabulary                              about the meaning of scientific and mathematical
Roots
Development                                 terminology.

READING: Word         Vocabulary and        Apply knowledge of Greek, Latin, and Anglo-
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development   Saxon roots and word parts to draw inferences
PX21-03        Connect the Words       11       and Vocabulary                              about the meaning of scientific and mathematical
Development                                 terminology.

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Analyze the meaning of analogies encountered,
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development analyzing specific comparisons as well as
Find the Missing
PX18-01                                11       and Vocabulary                            relationships and inferences.
Sentence
Development
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                        Objective Text
#                Name

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Analyze the meaning of analogies encountered,
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development analyzing specific comparisons as well as
PX18-02        Get Specific          11       and Vocabulary                            relationships and inferences.
Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Analyze the meaning of analogies encountered,
Will the True                  Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development analyzing specific comparisons as well as
PX18-03        Meaning Please        11       and Vocabulary                            relationships and inferences.
Stand Up?                      Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Analyze the meaning of analogies encountered,
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development analyzing specific comparisons as well as
PX18-04        Use the Clues         11       and Vocabulary                            relationships and inferences.
Development

READING:             Structural Features of Analyze both the features and the rhetorical
Identify Author’s              Comprehension        Informational and      (persuasive) devices of different types of public
MX29-01         Purpose and Point     11       (Focus on            Technical Materials    documents, such as policy statements, speeches,
of View                        Informational                               or debates, and the way in which authors use
Materials)                                  those features and devices.
READING:             Structural Features of Analyze both the features and the rhetorical
Comprehension        Informational and      (persuasive) devices of different types of public
MX29-02         Recognize Bias        11       (Focus on            Technical Materials    documents, such as policy statements, speeches,
Informational                               or debates, and the way in which authors use
Materials)                                  those features and devices.
READING:             Comprehension and Analyze an author's implicit and explicit
Identify Author’s              Comprehension        Analysis of Grade-     assumptions and beliefs about a subject.
MX29-01         Purpose and Point     11       (Focus on            Level-Appropriate
of View                        Informational        Text
Materials)
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text        Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                Name

READING:            Expository              Critique the power, validity, and truthfulness of
Comprehension       (Informational)         arguments set forth in public documents; their
(Focus on           Critique                appeal to both friendly and hostile audiences; and
MX29-02         Recognize Bias        11
Informational                               the extent to which the arguments anticipate and

READING: Literary   Expository              Analyze characteristics of subgenres, types of
Response and        (Informational)         writings such as satire, parody, allegory, and
Analysis            Critique                pastoral that are used in poetry, prose, plays,
novels, short stories, essays, and other basic
genres: Satire: using humor to point out
Identify and                                                               weaknesses of people and society; Parody: using
MX27-05                               11
Compare Genres                                                             humor to imitate or mock a person or situation;
Allegory: using symbolic figures and actions to
express general truths about human experiences;
Pastoral: showing life in the country in an idealistic
- and not necessarily realistic - way

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze the ways in which irony, tone, mood, the
Response and        Grade-Level-            author's style, and the "sound" of language
MX28-01         Metaphor              11
Analysis            Appropriate Text        achieve specific rhetorical (persuasive) or
aesthetic (artistic) purposes or both.
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze the ways in which irony, tone, mood, the
Response and        Grade-Level-            author's style, and the "sound" of language
MX28-02         Symbol                11
Analysis            Appropriate Text        achieve specific rhetorical (persuasive) or
aesthetic (artistic) purposes or both.
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze the ways in which irony, tone, mood, the
Response and        Grade-Level-            author's style, and the "sound" of language
MX28-03         Irony                 11
Analysis            Appropriate Text        achieve specific rhetorical (persuasive) or
aesthetic (artistic) purposes or both.
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze the ways in which irony, tone, mood, the
Determine and
Response and        Grade-Level-            author's style, and the "sound" of language
MX27-04         Support Theme or      11
Analysis            Appropriate Text        achieve specific rhetorical (persuasive) or
Tone
aesthetic (artistic) purposes or both.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text        Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                Name

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze recognized works of literature (American,
Response and        Grade-Level-            British, world) representing a variety of genres and
Analysis            Appropriate Text        traditions that: trace the development of the major
periods of literature; contrast the major themes,
Determine Key
MX30-04                                11                                                   styles, and trends in different periods; evaluate the
Points
influences (philosophical, political, religious,
ethical, and social) of the historical period for a
given novel that shaped the characters, plot, and
setting.
WRITING: Process    Organization and        Demonstrate an understanding of the elements of
Identify Your                                       Focus                   discourse, such as purpose, speaker, audience,
MX30-02         Audience and           11                                                   and form, when completing narrative, expository,
Purpose                                                                     persuasive, or descriptive writing assignments.

WRITING: Process    Organization and        Demonstrate an understanding of the elements of
Focus                   discourse, such as purpose, speaker, audience,
Use the Correct
PX48-01                               11                                                   and form, when completing narrative, expository,
Format
persuasive, or descriptive writing assignments.

WRITING: Process    Organization and        Demonstrate an understanding of the elements of
Frame Your                                          Focus                   discourse, such as purpose, speaker, audience,
PX48-02        Argument               11                                                   and form, when completing narrative, expository,
Appropriately                                                               persuasive, or descriptive writing assignments.

WRITING: Process    Organization and        Demonstrate an understanding of the elements of
Focus                   discourse, such as purpose, speaker, audience,
Judge Organization
MX68-02                                11                                                   and form, when completing narrative, expository,
and Approach
persuasive, or descriptive writing assignments.

WRITING: Process    Organization and        Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
Structure the
MX70-02                                11                           Focus                   persuasive way and support them with precise and
Message
relevant examples.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name      Strand Text        Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
There's Strength in
MX70-03                                 11                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Numbers
relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
Provide Supporting
MX31-02                                 11                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Details
relevant examples.
Use Quoted                       WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
MX31-03         Material                11                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Appropriately                                                          relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
PX46-01        Make It Match           11                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
PX46-02        Use It or Lose Out      11                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
Look for Literary
PX46-03                                11                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Merit
relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
Go with What You
PX46-04                                11                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Know
relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
Use the Correct
PX48-01                                11                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Format
relevant examples.
Frame Your                       WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
PX48-02        Argument                11                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Appropriately                                                          relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Enhance meaning using rhetorical devices,
Choose Parallel                                     Focus              including the extended use of parallelism,
MX44-02                                 11
Structure                                                              repetition, and analogy and the issuance of a call
for action.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name      Strand Text        Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: Process   Organization and   Enhance meaning using rhetorical devices,
Focus              including the extended use of parallelism,
MX44-03         Get to the Point!       11
repetition, and analogy and the issuance of a call
for action.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Enhance meaning using rhetorical devices,
Focus              including the extended use of parallelism,
repetition, and analogy and the issuance of a call
for action.
WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Revise text to highlight the individual voice,
Revision           improve sentence variety and style, and enhance
The Little Details
MX68-03                                 11                                             subtlety of meaning and tone in ways that are
Count
consistent with the purpose, audience, and form of
writing.
WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Revise text to highlight the individual voice,
Revision           improve sentence variety and style, and enhance
MX32-01         Reread and Revise       11                                             subtlety of meaning and tone in ways that are
consistent with the purpose, audience, and form of
writing.
WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Revise text to highlight the individual voice,
Revision           improve sentence variety and style, and enhance
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully     11                                             subtlety of meaning and tone in ways that are
consistent with the purpose, audience, and form of
writing.
WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Revise text to highlight the individual voice,
Revision           improve sentence variety and style, and enhance
PX45-04        Proofreading            11                                             subtlety of meaning and tone in ways that are
consistent with the purpose, audience, and form of
writing.
WRITING: Process   Evaluation and     Revise text to highlight the individual voice,
Revision           improve sentence variety and style, and enhance
PX45-03        Revising                11                                             subtlety of meaning and tone in ways that are
consistent with the purpose, audience, and form of
writing.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write responses to literature that: demonstrate a
Applications                            comprehensive understanding of the significant
(Different Types of                     ideas in works or passages; analyze the use of
Writing and Their                       imagery, language, universal themes, and unique
Characteristics)                        aspects of the text; support important ideas and
The Writing                                                            viewpoints through accurate and detailed
MX30-01                               11
Process                                                                references to the text and to other works;
demonstrate an understanding of the author's
style and an appreciation of the effects created;
identify and assess the impact of perceived
ambiguities, nuances, and complexities within the
text.
WRITING:              NULL              Write responses to literature that: demonstrate a
Applications                            comprehensive understanding of the significant
(Different Types of                     ideas in works or passages; analyze the use of
Writing and Their                       imagery, language, universal themes, and unique
Characteristics)                        aspects of the text; support important ideas and
Identify Your
viewpoints through accurate and detailed
MX30-02         Audience and          11
references to the text and to other works;
Purpose
demonstrate an understanding of the author's
style and an appreciation of the effects created;
identify and assess the impact of perceived
ambiguities, nuances, and complexities within the
text.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write responses to literature that: demonstrate a
Applications                            comprehensive understanding of the significant
(Different Types of                     ideas in works or passages; analyze the use of
Writing and Their                       imagery, language, universal themes, and unique
Characteristics)                        aspects of the text; support important ideas and
Determine Key                                                            viewpoints through accurate and detailed
MX30-04                                 11
Points                                                                   references to the text and to other works;
demonstrate an understanding of the author's
style and an appreciation of the effects created;
identify and assess the impact of perceived
ambiguities, nuances, and complexities within the
text.
Sentence                         WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction,
MX24-02         Correction              11       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, and an
Questions                        Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
Paragraph                        WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction,
MX24-03         Improvement             11       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, and an
Questions                        Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction,
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully     11       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, and an
Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction,
Choose Parallel
MX44-02                                 11       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, and an
Structure
Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction,
Fix Sentence
MX44-01                                 11       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, and an
Fragments
Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction,
The Little Details
MX68-03                                 11       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, and an
Count
Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction,
See the Whole
PX35-01                                11       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, and an
Picture
Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text           Standard Text                      Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: English        NULL                Demonstrate control of grammar, diction,
PX45-04        Proofreading            11       Language                                    paragraph and sentence structure, and an
Conventions                                 understanding of English usage.
WRITING: English        NULL                Produce writing that shows accurate spelling and
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully     11       Language                                    correct punctuation and capitalization.
Conventions
WRITING: English        NULL                Produce writing that shows accurate spelling and
PX45-04        Proofreading            11       Language                                    correct punctuation and capitalization.
Conventions
READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Apply knowledge of Greek, Latin, and Anglo-
In the Beginning,                Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development Saxon roots and word parts to draw inferences
PX21-01        There Was the           12       and Vocabulary                            about new words that have been created in the
Word                             Development                               fields of science and math (gene splicing, genetic
engineering).
READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Apply knowledge of Greek, Latin, and Anglo-
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development Saxon roots and word parts to draw inferences
Use Prefixes or
PX21-02                                12       and Vocabulary                            about new words that have been created in the
Roots
Development                               fields of science and math (gene splicing, genetic
engineering).
READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Apply knowledge of Greek, Latin, and Anglo-
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development Saxon roots and word parts to draw inferences
PX21-03        Connect the Words       12       and Vocabulary                            about new words that have been created in the
Development                               fields of science and math (gene splicing, genetic
engineering).
READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Analyze the meaning of analogies encountered,
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development analyzing specific comparisons as well as
Find the Missing
PX18-01                                12       and Vocabulary                            relationships and inferences.
Sentence
Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Analyze the meaning of analogies encountered,
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development analyzing specific comparisons as well as
PX18-02        Get Specific            12       and Vocabulary                            relationships and inferences.
Development
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                        Objective Text
#                Name

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Analyze the meaning of analogies encountered,
Will the True                   Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development analyzing specific comparisons as well as
PX18-03        Meaning Please         12       and Vocabulary                            relationships and inferences.
Stand Up?                       Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Analyze the meaning of analogies encountered,
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development analyzing specific comparisons as well as
PX18-04        Use the Clues          12       and Vocabulary                            relationships and inferences.
Development

READING: Word         Vocabulary and      Analyze the meaning of analogies encountered,
Recognition, Fluency, Concept Development analyzing specific comparisons as well as
Appreciate Context
MX37-03                                12       and Vocabulary                            relationships and inferences.
Cues
Development

READING:             Structural Features of Analyze both the features and the rhetorical
Identify Author’s               Comprehension        Informational and      (persuasive) devices of different types of public
MX29-01         Purpose and Point      12       (Focus on            Technical Materials    documents, such as policy statements, speeches,
of View                         Informational                               or debates, and the way in which authors use
Materials)                                  those features and devices.
READING:             Structural Features of Analyze both the features and the rhetorical
Comprehension        Informational and      (persuasive) devices of different types of public
MX29-02         Recognize Bias         12       (Focus on            Technical Materials    documents, such as policy statements, speeches,
Informational                               or debates, and the way in which authors use
Materials)                                  those features and devices.
READING:             Comprehension and Analyze an author's implicit and explicit
Identify Author’s               Comprehension        Analysis of Grade-     assumptions and beliefs about a subject.
MX29-01         Purpose and Point      12       (Focus on            Level-Appropriate
of View                         Informational        Text
Materials)
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text        Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                Name

READING:            Comprehension and       Analyze an author's implicit and explicit
Derive Point of                Comprehension       Analysis of Grade-      assumptions and beliefs about a subject.
MX34-03         View from Main        12       (Focus on           Level-Appropriate
Idea                           Informational       Text
Materials)
READING: Literary   Structural Features of Evaluate characteristics of subgenres, types of
Response and        Literature             writing such as satire, parody, allegory, and
Analysis                                   pastoral that are used in poetry, prose, plays,
novels, short stories, essays, and other basic
genres. Satire: using humor to point out
Identify and                                                              weaknesses of people and society; Parody: using
MX27-05                               12
Compare Genres                                                            humor to imitate or mock a person or situation;
Allegory: using symbolic figures and actions to
express general truths about human experiences;
Pastoral: showing life in the country in an idealistic
- and not necessarily realistic - way

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Evaluate the way in which the theme or meaning
Determine and
Response and        Grade-Level-            of a selection represents a view or comment on
MX27-04         Support Theme or      12
Analysis            Appropriate Text        life, using textual evidence to support the claim.
Tone
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze the ways in which irony, tone, mood, the
Determine and
Response and        Grade-Level-            author's style, and the "sound" of language
MX27-04         Support Theme or      12
Analysis            Appropriate Text        achieve specific rhetorical (persuasive) or
Tone
aesthetic (artistic) purposes or both.
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze the ways in which irony, tone, mood, the
Response and        Grade-Level-            author's style, and the "sound" of language
MX28-01         Metaphor              12
Analysis            Appropriate Text        achieve specific rhetorical (persuasive) or
aesthetic (artistic) purposes or both.
READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze the ways in which irony, tone, mood, the
Response and        Grade-Level-            author's style, and the "sound" of language
MX28-02         Symbol                12
Analysis            Appropriate Text        achieve specific rhetorical (persuasive) or
aesthetic (artistic) purposes or both.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text        Standard Text                         Objective Text
#                Name

READING: Literary   Narrative Analysis of   Analyze the ways in which irony, tone, mood, the
Response and        Grade-Level-            author's style, and the "sound" of language
MX28-03         Irony                  12
Analysis            Appropriate Text        achieve specific rhetorical (persuasive) or
aesthetic (artistic) purposes or both.
WRITING: Process    Organization and        Demonstrate an understanding of the elements of
Identify Your                                       Focus                   discourse, such as purpose, speaker, audience,
MX30-02         Audience and           12                                                   and form, when completing narrative, expository,
Purpose                                                                     persuasive, or descriptive writing assignments.

WRITING: Process    Organization and        Demonstrate an understanding of the elements of
Select an                                           Focus                   discourse, such as purpose, speaker, audience,
MX30-05         Organizational         12                                                   and form, when completing narrative, expository,
Structure                                                                   persuasive, or descriptive writing assignments.

WRITING: Process    Organization and        Demonstrate an understanding of the elements of
Focus                   discourse, such as purpose, speaker, audience,
Judge Organization
MX68-02                                12                                                   and form, when completing narrative, expository,
and Approach
persuasive, or descriptive writing assignments.

WRITING: Process    Organization and        Demonstrate an understanding of the elements of
Focus                   discourse, such as purpose, speaker, audience,
The Little Details
MX68-03                                12                                                   and form, when completing narrative, expository,
Count
persuasive, or descriptive writing assignments.

WRITING: Process    Organization and        Demonstrate an understanding of the elements of
Focus                   discourse, such as purpose, speaker, audience,
PX46-01        Make It Match          12                                                   and form, when completing narrative, expository,
persuasive, or descriptive writing assignments.

WRITING: Process    Organization and        Demonstrate an understanding of the elements of
Focus                   discourse, such as purpose, speaker, audience,
Use the Correct
PX48-01                               12                                                   and form, when completing narrative, expository,
Format
persuasive, or descriptive writing assignments.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name      Strand Text        Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: Process   Organization and   Demonstrate an understanding of the elements of
Frame Your                                          Focus              discourse, such as purpose, speaker, audience,
PX48-02        Argument                12                                             and form, when completing narrative, expository,
Appropriately                                                          persuasive, or descriptive writing assignments.

WRITING: Process   Organization and   Use point of view, characterization, style, and
MX45-01                                 12                          Focus              related elements for specific narrative and
Strategy
aesthetic (artistic) purposes.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Use point of view, characterization, style, and
MX45-02         Get Organized           12                          Focus              related elements for specific narrative and
aesthetic (artistic) purposes.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Use point of view, characterization, style, and
MX45-03         Add Some Style          12                          Focus              related elements for specific narrative and
aesthetic (artistic) purposes.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
Structure the
MX70-02                                 12                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Message
relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
There's Strength in
MX70-03                                 12                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Numbers
relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
Provide Supporting
MX31-02                                 12                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Details
relevant examples.
Use Quoted                       WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
MX31-03         Material                12                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Appropriately                                                          relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
PX46-01        Make It Match           12                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
PX46-02        Use It or Lose Out      12                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
relevant examples.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name      Strand Text        Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
Look for Literary
PX46-03                              12                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Merit
relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
Go with What You
PX46-04                              12                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Know
relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
Use the Correct
PX48-01                              12                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Format
relevant examples.
Frame Your                     WRITING: Process   Organization and   Structure ideas and arguments in a sustained and
PX48-02        Argument              12                          Focus              persuasive way and support them with precise and
Appropriately                                                        relevant examples.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Enhance meaning using rhetorical devices,
Choose Parallel                                   Focus              including the extended use of parallelism,
MX44-02                               12
Structure                                                            repetition, and analogy and the issuance of a call
for action.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Enhance meaning using rhetorical devices,
Focus              including the extended use of parallelism,
MX44-03         Get to the Point!     12
repetition, and analogy and the issuance of a call
for action.
WRITING: Process   Organization and   Enhance meaning using rhetorical devices,
Focus              including the extended use of parallelism,
repetition, and analogy and the issuance of a call
for action.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text         Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING:              NULL              Write responses to literature that: demonstrate a
Applications                            comprehensive understanding of the significant
(Different Types of                     ideas in works or passages; analyze the use of
Writing and Their                       imagery, language, universal themes, and unique
Characteristics)                        aspects of the text; support important ideas and
Determine Key                                                            viewpoints through accurate and detailed
MX30-04                                 12
Points                                                                   references to the text and to other works;
demonstrate an understanding of the author's
style and an appreciation of the effects created;
identify and assess the impact of perceived
ambiguities, nuances, and complexities within the
text.
Sentence                         WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction, and
MX24-02         Correction              12       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, as well as an
Questions                        Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
Paragraph                        WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction, and
MX24-03         Improvement             12       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, as well as an
Questions                        Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction, and
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully     12       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, as well as an
Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction, and
Choose Parallel
MX44-02                                 12       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, as well as an
Structure
Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction, and
Fix Sentence
MX44-01                                 12       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, as well as an
Fragments
Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction, and
The Little Details
MX68-03                                 12       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, as well as an
Count
Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
WRITING: English      NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction, and
See the Whole
PX35-01                                12       Language                                paragraph and sentence structure, as well as an
Picture
Conventions                             understanding of English usage.
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
slc name       Strand Text      Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                Name

WRITING: English   NULL              Demonstrate control of grammar, diction, and
PX45-04        Proofreading            12       Language                             paragraph and sentence structure, as well as an
Conventions                          understanding of English usage.
WRITING: English   NULL              Produce writing that shows accurate spelling and
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully     12       Language                             correct punctuation and capitalization.
Conventions
WRITING: English   NULL              Produce writing that shows accurate spelling and
PX45-04        Proofreading            12       Language                             correct punctuation and capitalization.
Conventions
State: Indiana
Content: Science

Standards Correlation Date: 9/03
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                        Strand Text   Standard Text                       Objective Text
Name
Recognize that and explain how the many cells in an
individual can be very different from one another, even
though they are all descended from a single cell and
Molecules and   thus have essentially identical genetic instructions.
MX71-01          Cells                  Biology
Cells           Understand that different parts of the genetic
instructions are used in different types of cells and are
influenced by the cell's environment and past history.

Recognize that and explain how the many cells in an
individual can be very different from one another, even
though they are all descended from a single cell and
Molecules and   thus have essentially identical genetic instructions.
MX78-02          Mendelian Genetics     Biology
Cells           Understand that different parts of the genetic
instructions are used in different types of cells and are
influenced by the cell's environment and past history.

Recognize that and explain how the many cells in an
individual can be very different from one another, even
though they are all descended from a single cell and
Molecules and   thus have essentially identical genetic instructions.
MX75-02          Mutation               Biology
Cells           Understand that different parts of the genetic
instructions are used in different types of cells and are
influenced by the cell's environment and past history.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                          Strand Text   Standard Text                       Objective Text
Name
Recognize that and explain how the many cells in an
individual can be very different from one another, even
though they are all descended from a single cell and
Molecules and   thus have essentially identical genetic instructions.
MX75-03          Population Genetics      Biology
Cells           Understand that different parts of the genetic
instructions are used in different types of cells and are
influenced by the cell's environment and past history.

Recognize that and explain how the many cells in an
individual can be very different from one another, even
though they are all descended from a single cell and
Molecules and   thus have essentially identical genetic instructions.
MX75-04          Genetic Engineering      Biology
Cells           Understand that different parts of the genetic
instructions are used in different types of cells and are
influenced by the cell's environment and past history.

Recognize that and explain how the many cells in an
individual can be very different from one another, even
though they are all descended from a single cell and
Molecules and   thus have essentially identical genetic instructions.
MX76-02          Natural Selection        Biology
Cells           Understand that different parts of the genetic
instructions are used in different types of cells and are
influenced by the cell's environment and past history.

Recognize that and explain how the many cells in an
individual can be very different from one another, even
though they are all descended from a single cell and
Molecules and   thus have essentially identical genetic instructions.
Cells           Understand that different parts of the genetic
instructions are used in different types of cells and are
influenced by the cell's environment and past history.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                           Strand Text   Standard Text                       Objective Text
Name
Explain that every cell is covered by a membrane that
controls what can enter and leave the cell. Recognize
that in all but quite primitive cells, a complex network
Molecules and
MX71-01          Cells                     Biology                     of proteins provides organization and shape. In
Cells
addition, understand that flagella and/or cilia may allow
some Protista, some Monera, and some animal cells
to move.
Explain that every cell is covered by a membrane that
controls what can enter and leave the cell. Recognize
that in all but quite primitive cells, a complex network
Digestion, Transport,                 Molecules and
MX71-02                                    Biology                     of proteins provides organization and shape. In
and Synthesis                         Cells
addition, understand that flagella and/or cilia may allow
some Protista, some Monera, and some animal cells
to move.
Explain that every cell is covered by a membrane that
controls what can enter and leave the cell. Recognize
that in all but quite primitive cells, a complex network
Coordination and                      Molecules and
MX71-04                                    Biology                     of proteins provides organization and shape. In
Control                               Cells
addition, understand that flagella and/or cilia may allow
some Protista, some Monera, and some animal cells
to move.
Know and describe that within the cell are specialized
parts for the transport of materials, energy capture and
release, protein building, waste disposal, information
Digestion, Transport,                 Molecules and   feedback, and movement. In addition to these basic
MX71-02                                    Biology
and Synthesis                         Cells           cellular functions common to all cells, understand that
most cells in multicellular organisms perform some
special functions that others do not.

Understand and describe that the work of the cell is
Classes of Organic                    Molecules and   carried out by the many different types of molecules it
MX88-02                                    Biology
Molecules                             Cells           assembles, such as proteins, lipids, carbohydrates,
and nucleic acids.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                         Strand Text   Standard Text                      Objective Text
Name
Demonstrate that most cells function best within a
narrow range of temperature and acidity. Note that
Molecules and
MX75-04          Genetic Engineering     Biology                     extreme changes may harm cells, modifying the
Cells
structure of their protein molecules and therefore,
some possible functions.
Show that a living cell is composed mainly of a small
number of chemical elements - carbon, hydrogen,
Molecules and   nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorous, and sulfur. Recognize
MX88-01          Elements of Life        Biology
Cells           that carbon can join to other carbon atoms in chains
and rings to form large and complex molecules.

Explain that complex interactions among the different
kinds of molecules in the cell cause distinct cycles of
Molecules and   activities, such as growth and division. Note that cell
MX71-01          Cells                   Biology
Cells           behavior can also be affected by molecules from other
parts of the organism, such as hormones.

Explain that complex interactions among the different
kinds of molecules in the cell cause distinct cycles of
Molecules and   activities, such as growth and division. Note that cell
MX71-05          Reproduction            Biology
Cells           behavior can also be affected by molecules from other
parts of the organism, such as hormones.

Understand and describe that all growth and
development is a consequence of an increase in cell
Molecules and   number, cell size, and/or cell products. Explain that
MX71-05          Reproduction            Biology
Cells           cellular differentiation results from gene expression
and/or environmental influence. Differentiate between
mitosis and meiosis.
Recognize and describe that both living and nonliving
Photosynthesis and                  Molecules and   things are composed of compounds, which are
MX72-01                                  Biology
Respiration                         Cells           themselves made up of elements joined by energy-
containing bonds, such as those in ATP.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                        Strand Text   Standard Text                             Objective Text
Name
Recognize and explain that macromolecules such as
Classes of Organic                 Molecules and        lipids contain high energy bonds as well.
MX88-02                                 Biology
Molecules                          Cells

Describe that through biogenesis all organisms begin
Developmental and their life cycles as a single cell and that in multicellular
MX72-04          Succession             Biology
Organismal Biology organisms, successive generations of embryonic cells
form by cell division.
Describe that through biogenesis all organisms begin
Characteristics of                 Developmental and their life cycles as a single cell and that in multicellular
MX74-01                                 Biology
Living Things                      Organismal Biology organisms, successive generations of embryonic cells
form by cell division.
Describe that through biogenesis all organisms begin
Developmental and their life cycles as a single cell and that in multicellular
MX74-02          Life Cycles            Biology
Organismal Biology organisms, successive generations of embryonic cells
form by cell division.
Compare and contrast the form and function of
Developmental and prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
MX71-01          Cells                  Biology
Organismal Biology

Explain that some structures in the modern eukaryotic
Developmental and cell developed from early prokaryotes, such as
MX71-01          Cells                  Biology
Organismal Biology mitochondria, and in plants, chloroplasts.

Recognize and explain that communication and/or
Coordination and                   Developmental and interaction are required between cells to coordinate
MX71-04                                 Biology
Control                            Organismal Biology their diverse activities.

Understand and explain that the information passed
from parents to offspring is transmitted by means of
MX78-02          Mendelian Genetics     Biology     Genetics
genes which are coded in DNA molecules.
Skill/ Strategy
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Name
Understand and explain that the information passed
from parents to offspring is transmitted by means of
MX75-02          Mutation                Biology     Genetics
genes which are coded in DNA molecules.

Understand and explain the genetic basis for Mendel's
laws of segregation and independent assortment.
MX78-02          Mendelian Genetics      Biology     Genetics

Understand that and describe how inserting, deleting,
or substituting DNA segments can alter a gene.
Recognize that an altered gene may be passed on to
MX75-02          Mutation                Biology     Genetics        every cell that develops from it, and that the resulting
features may help, harm, or have little or no effect on
the offspring's success in its environment.

Understand that and describe how inserting, deleting,
or substituting DNA segments can alter a gene.
Recognize that an altered gene may be passed on to
MX75-04          Genetic Engineering     Biology     Genetics        every cell that develops from it, and that the resulting
features may help, harm, or have little or no effect on
the offspring's success in its environment.

Explain that gene mutations can be caused by such
things as radiation and chemicals. Understand that
when they occur in sex cells, the mutations can be
MX75-02          Mutation                Biology     Genetics
passed on to offspring; if they occur in other cells, they
can be passed on to descendant cells only.

Explain that gene mutation in a cell can result in
uncontrolled cell division, called cancer. Also know
MX75-02          Mutation                Biology     Genetics        that exposure of cells to certain chemicals and
radiation increases mutations and thus increases the
chance of cancer.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                         Strand Text   Standard Text                      Objective Text
Name
Demonstrate how the genetic information in DNA
molecules provides instructions for assembling protein
MX78-02          Mendelian Genetics      Biology     Genetics
molecules and that this is virtually the same
mechanism for all life forms.
Demonstrate how the genetic information in DNA
molecules provides instructions for assembling protein
MX75-02          Mutation                Biology     Genetics
molecules and that this is virtually the same
mechanism for all life forms.
Explain that the similarity of human DNA sequences
and the resulting similarity in cell chemistry and
anatomy identify human beings as a unique species,
MX78-02          Mendelian Genetics      Biology     Genetics
different from all others. Likewise, understand that
every other species has its own characteristic DNA
sequence.
Explain that the similarity of human DNA sequences
and the resulting similarity in cell chemistry and
anatomy identify human beings as a unique species,
MX75-02          Mutation                Biology     Genetics
different from all others. Likewise, understand that
every other species has its own characteristic DNA
sequence.
Illustrate that the sorting and recombination of genes
in sexual reproduction results in a great variety of
possible gene combinations from the offspring of any
MX78-02          Mendelian Genetics      Biology     Genetics        two parents. Recognize that genetic variation can
occur from such processes as crossing over, jumping
genes, and deletion and duplication of genes.

Illustrate that the sorting and recombination of genes
in sexual reproduction results in a great variety of
possible gene combinations from the offspring of any
MX75-03          Population Genetics     Biology     Genetics        two parents. Recognize that genetic variation can
occur from such processes as crossing over, jumping
genes, and deletion and duplication of genes.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                          Strand Text   Standard Text                       Objective Text
Name
Understand that and explain how the actions of genes,
patterns of inheritance, and the reproduction of cells
and organisms account for the continuity of life, and
MX78-02          Mendelian Genetics       Biology     Genetics        give examples of how inherited characteristics can be
observed at molecular and whole-organism levels - in
structure, chemistry, or behavior.

Understand and explain that molecular evidence
substantiates the anatomical evidence for evolution
Evidence for
Evolution
which various lines of descent branched off from one
another.
Understand and explain that molecular evidence
substantiates the anatomical evidence for evolution
MX76-02          Natural Selection        Biology     Evolution       and provides additional detail about the sequence in
which various lines of descent branched off from one
another.
Understand and explain that molecular evidence
substantiates the anatomical evidence for evolution
which various lines of descent branched off from one
another.
Describe how natural selection provides the following
mechanism for evolution: Some variation in heritable
characteristics exists within every species, and some
of these characteristics give individuals an advantage
over others in surviving and reproducing. Understand
MX76-02          Natural Selection        Biology     Evolution
that the advantaged offspring, in turn, are more likely
than others to survive and reproduce. Also understand
that the proportion of individuals in the population that
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                          Strand Text   Standard Text                        Objective Text
Name
Explain how natural selection leads to organisms that
are well suited for survival in particular environments,
and discuss how natural selection provides scientific
MX76-02          Natural Selection        Biology     Evolution       explanation for the history of life on Earth as depicted
in the fossil record and in the similarities evident within
the diversity of existing organisms.

Describe how life on Earth is thought to have begun as
simple, one-celled organisms about 4 billion years
ago. Note that during the first 2 billion years, only
Evidence for
MX76-01                                   Biology     Evolution       single-cell microorganisms existed, but once cells with
Evolution
nuclei developed about a billion years ago,
increasingly complex multicellular organisms evolved.

Describe how life on Earth is thought to have begun as
simple, one-celled organisms about 4 billion years
ago. Note that during the first 2 billion years, only
MX76-02          Natural Selection        Biology     Evolution       single-cell microorganisms existed, but once cells with
nuclei developed about a billion years ago,
increasingly complex multicellular organisms evolved.

Describe how life on Earth is thought to have begun as
simple, one-celled organisms about 4 billion years
ago. Note that during the first 2 billion years, only
MX76-03          Adaptation in Action     Biology     Evolution       single-cell microorganisms existed, but once cells with
nuclei developed about a billion years ago,
increasingly complex multicellular organisms evolved.

Explain that evolution builds on what already exists, so
the more variety there is, the more there can be in the
Evidence for
MX76-01                                   Biology     Evolution       future. Recognize, however, that evolution does not
Evolution
necessitate long-term progress in some set direction.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                          Strand Text   Standard Text                       Objective Text
Name
Explain that evolution builds on what already exists, so
the more variety there is, the more there can be in the
MX76-02          Natural Selection        Biology     Evolution       future. Recognize, however, that evolution does not
necessitate long-term progress in some set direction.

Explain that evolution builds on what already exists, so
the more variety there is, the more there can be in the
MX76-03          Adaptation in Action     Biology     Evolution       future. Recognize, however, that evolution does not
necessitate long-term progress in some set direction.

Explain that the degree of kinship between organisms
or species can be estimated from the similarity of their
DNA sequences, which often closely matches their
MX75-02          Mutation                 Biology     Evolution
classification based on anatomical similarities. Know
that amino acid similarities also provide clues to this
kinship.
Trace the relationship between environmental changes
and changes in the gene pool, such as genetic drift
MX75-03          Population Genetics      Biology     Evolution
and isolation of sub-populations.

Explain that the amount of life any environment can
support is limited by the available energy, water,
oxygen, and minerals, and by the ability of ecosystems
Photosynthesis and
MX72-01                                   Biology     Ecology         to recycle the residue of dead organic materials.
Respiration
Recognize, therefore, that human activities and
technology can change the flow and reduce the fertility
of the land.
Explain that the amount of life any environment can
support is limited by the available energy, water,
oxygen, and minerals, and by the ability of ecosystems
Food Webs and
MX72-02                                   Biology     Ecology         to recycle the residue of dead organic materials.
Chains
Recognize, therefore, that human activities and
technology can change the flow and reduce the fertility
of the land.
Skill/ Strategy
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Name
Explain that the amount of life any environment can
support is limited by the available energy, water,
oxygen, and minerals, and by the ability of ecosystems
Populations in
MX72-03                                 Biology     Ecology         to recycle the residue of dead organic materials.
Ecosystems
Recognize, therefore, that human activities and
technology can change the flow and reduce the fertility
of the land.
Explain that the amount of life any environment can
support is limited by the available energy, water,
oxygen, and minerals, and by the ability of ecosystems
MX72-04          Succession             Biology     Ecology         to recycle the residue of dead organic materials.
Recognize, therefore, that human activities and
technology can change the flow and reduce the fertility
of the land.
Understand and explain that like many complex
systems, ecosystems tend to have cyclic fluctuations
around a state of rough equilibrium. However, also
Populations in
MX72-03                                 Biology     Ecology         understand that ecosystems can always change with
Ecosystems
climate changes or when one or more new species
appear as a result of migration or local evolution.

Understand and explain that like many complex
systems, ecosystems tend to have cyclic fluctuations
around a state of rough equilibrium. However, also
MX72-04          Succession             Biology     Ecology         understand that ecosystems can always change with
climate changes or when one or more new species
appear as a result of migration or local evolution.

Recognize that and describe how human beings are
part of Earth's ecosystems. Note that human activities
MX78-01          Biomagnification       Biology     Ecology
can, deliberately or inadvertently, alter the equilibrium
in ecosystems.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                        Strand Text   Standard Text                       Objective Text
Name
Recognize that and describe how human beings are
part of Earth's ecosystems. Note that human activities
MX78-02          Pollution              Biology     Ecology
can, deliberately or inadvertently, alter the equilibrium
in ecosystems.
Recognize that and describe how human beings are
part of Earth's ecosystems. Note that human activities
MX78-03          Conservation           Biology     Ecology
can, deliberately or inadvertently, alter the equilibrium
in ecosystems.
Understand that and describe how organisms are
Biosphere:
influenced by a particular combination of living and
MX90-01          Interactions Among     Biology     Ecology
nonliving components of the environment.
Life and Nonlife
Describe the flow of matter, nutrients, and energy
Food Webs and                                      within ecosystems.
MX72-02                                 Biology     Ecology
Chains

Recognize that and describe how the physical or
Photosynthesis and                                 chemical environment may influence the rate, extent,
MX72-01                                 Biology     Ecology
Respiration                                        and nature of the way organisms develop within
ecosystems.
Recognize that and describe how the physical or
Food Webs and                                      chemical environment may influence the rate, extent,
MX72-02                                 Biology     Ecology
Chains                                             and nature of the way organisms develop within
ecosystems.
Recognize that and describe how the physical or
Populations in                                     chemical environment may influence the rate, extent,
MX72-03                                 Biology     Ecology
Ecosystems                                         and nature of the way organisms develop within
ecosystems.
Recognize that and describe how the physical or
chemical environment may influence the rate, extent,
MX72-04          Succession             Biology     Ecology
and nature of the way organisms develop within
ecosystems.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                          Strand Text   Standard Text                         Objective Text
Name
Explain, with examples, that ecology studies the
Evidence for                                           varieties and interactions of living things across space
MX76-01                                   Biology     Ecology
Evolution                                              while evolution studies the varieties and interactions of
living things across time.
Explain, with examples, that ecology studies the
varieties and interactions of living things across space
MX76-02          Natural Selection        Biology     Ecology
while evolution studies the varieties and interactions of
living things across time.
Explain, with examples, that ecology studies the
varieties and interactions of living things across space
MX76-03          Adaptation in Action     Biology     Ecology
while evolution studies the varieties and interactions of
living things across time.
Explain that prior to the studies of Charles Darwin, the
most widespread belief was that all known species
were created at the same time and remained
Historical        unchanged throughout history. Note that some
Evidence for
MX76-01                                   Biology     Perspectives of   scientists at the time believed that features an
Evolution
Biology           individual acquired during a lifetime could be passed
on to its offspring, and the species could thereby
gradually change to fit an environment better.

Explain that Darwin argued that only biologically
inherited characteristics could be passed on to
offspring. Note that some of these characteristics were
Historical
Evidence for                                           advantageous in surviving and reproducing.
MX76-01                                   Biology     Perspectives of
Evolution                                              Understand that the offspring would also inherit and
Biology
pass on those advantages, and over generations the
to a new species.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                         Strand Text   Standard Text                         Objective Text
Name
Describe that the quick success of Darwin's book
Origin of Species, published in 1859, came from the
clear and understandable argument it made, including
Historical
Evidence for                                          the comparison of natural selection to the selective
MX76-01                                  Biology     Perspectives of
Evolution                                             breeding of animals in wide use at the time, and from
Biology
the massive array of biological and fossil evidence it
assembled to support the argument.

Explain that after the publication of Origin of Species,
biological evolution was supported by the rediscovery
of the genetics experiments of an Austrian monk,
Historical
Evidence for                                          Gregor Mendel, by the identification of genes and how
MX76-01                                  Biology     Perspectives of
Evolution                                             they are sorted in reproduction, and by the discovery
Biology
that the genetic code found in DNA is the same for
almost all organisms.

Differentiate between pure substances and mixtures
Properties of
MX87-03          Solubility             Chemistry                      based on physical properties such as density, melting
Matter
point, boiling point, and solubility.
Determine the properties and quantities of matter such
as mass, volume, temperature, density, melting point,
boiling point, conductivity, solubility, color, numbers of
Properties of
MX79-01          Measuring Matter       Chemistry                      moles, and pH (calculate pH from the hydrogen-ion
Matter
concentration), and designate these properties as
either extensive or intensive.

Physical, Chemical,                                   Recognize indicators of chemical changes such as
Properties of
MX80-02          and Nuclear            Chemistry                      temperature change, the production of a gas, the
Matter
Changes                                               production of a precipitate, or a color change.
Describe solutions in terms of their degree of
Properties of
MX87-03          Solubility             Chemistry                      saturation.
Matter
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                        Strand Text   Standard Text                        Objective Text
Name
Describe solutions in appropriate concentration units
Properties of     (be able to calculate these units), such as molarity,
MX79-01          Measuring Matter      Chemistry
Matter            percent by mass or volume, parts per million (ppm), or
parts per billion (ppb).
Predict formulas of stable ionic compounds based on
Understanding                      Properties of
MX87-01                                Chemistry                      charge balance of stable ions.
Chemical Reactions                 Matter
Use appropriate nomenclature when naming
Properties of
MX79-02          Atoms                 Chemistry                      compounds.
Matter
Use appropriate nomenclature when naming
Properties of
MX79-04          Chemical Reactions    Chemistry                      compounds.
Matter
Describe chemical reactions with balanced chemical
Understanding                      The Nature of
MX87-01                                Chemistry                      equations.
Chemical Reactions                 Chemical Change
Describe chemical reactions with balanced chemical
The Nature of
MX87-02          Reaction Equations    Chemistry                      equations.
Chemical Change
Recognize and classify reactions of various types such
Understanding                      The Nature of     as oxidation-reduction.
MX87-01                                Chemistry
Chemical Reactions                 Chemical Change

Predict products of simple reaction types including
Understanding                      The Nature of     acid/base, electron transfer, and precipitation.
MX87-01                                Chemistry
Chemical Reactions                 Chemical Change

Predict products of simple reaction types including
The Nature of     acid/base, electron transfer, and precipitation.
MX87-02          Reaction Equations    Chemistry
Chemical Change

Demonstrate the principle of conservation of mass
Conservation of                    The Nature of     through laboratory investigations.
MX80-03                                Chemistry
Mass-Energy                        Chemical Change
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                        Strand Text   Standard Text                         Objective Text
Name
Use the principle of conservation of mass to make
calculations related to chemical reactions. Calculate
Conservation of                    The Nature of     the masses of reactants and products in a chemical
MX80-03                                Chemistry
Mass-Energy                        Chemical Change   reaction from the mass of one of the reactants or
products and the relevant atomic masses.

Use Avogadro's law to make mass-volume
The Nature of     calculations for simple chemical reactions.
MX79-02          Atoms                 Chemistry
Chemical Change

Given a chemical equation, calculate the mass, gas
The Nature of     volume, and/or number of moles needed to produce a
MX79-01          Measuring Matter      Chemistry
Chemical Change   given gas volume, mass, and/or number of moles of
product.
Given a chemical equation, calculate the mass, gas
The Nature of     volume, and/or number of moles needed to produce a
MX87-02          Reaction Equations    Chemistry
Chemical Change   given gas volume, mass, and/or number of moles of
product.
Calculate the percent composition by mass of a
The Nature of     compound or mixture when given the formula.
MX79-01          Measuring Matter      Chemistry
Chemical Change

Calculate the percent composition by mass of a
The Nature of     compound or mixture when given the formula.
MX87-03          Solubility            Chemistry
Chemical Change

Perform calculations that demonstrate an
The Nature of     understanding of the relationship between molarity,
MX87-03          Solubility            Chemistry
Chemical Change   volume, and number of moles of a solute in a solution.

Prepare a specified volume of a solution of given
The Nature of     molarity.
MX87-03          Solubility            Chemistry
Chemical Change
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                         Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Name
Use titration data to calculate the concentration of an
Understanding                       The Nature of      unknown solution.
MX87-01                                 Chemistry
Chemical Reactions                  Chemical Change

Predict how a reaction rate will be quantitatively
Understanding                       The Nature of      affected by changes of concentration.
MX87-01                                 Chemistry
Chemical Reactions                  Chemical Change

Predict how changes in temperature, surface area,
Understanding                       The Nature of      and the use of catalysts will qualitatively affect the rate
MX87-01                                 Chemistry
Chemical Reactions                  Chemical Change    of a reaction.

Use oxidation states to recognize electron transfer
Understanding                       The Nature of      reactions and identify the substance(s) losing and
MX87-01                                 Chemistry
Chemical Reactions                  Chemical Change    gaining electrons in an electron transfer reaction.

Write a rate law for a chemical reaction using
The Nature of      experimental data.
MX87-02          Reaction Equations     Chemistry
Chemical Change

Recognize the importance of chemical processes in
industrial and laboratory settings, e.g., electroplating,
Understanding                       The Nature of
MX87-01                                 Chemistry                       electrolysis, the operation of voltaic cells, and such
Chemical Reactions                  Chemical Change
important applications as the refining of aluminum.

Describe physical changes and properties of matter
Physical, Chemical,
The Structure of   through sketches and descriptions of the involved
MX80-02          and Nuclear            Chemistry
Matter             materials.
Changes
Describe chemical changes and reactions using
Physical, Chemical,
The Structure of   sketches and descriptions of the reactants and
MX80-02          and Nuclear            Chemistry
Matter             products.
Changes
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                         Strand Text   Standard Text                          Objective Text
Name
Explain that chemical bonds between atoms in
The Structure of   molecules, such as H2, CH4, NH3, C2H4, N2, Cl2,
MX79-04          Chemical Reactions     Chemistry
Matter             and many large biological molecules are covalent.

Describe the possible subatomic particles within an
The Structure of   atom or ion.
MX79-02          Atoms                  Chemistry
Matter

Use an element's location in the Periodic Table to
The Structure of   determine its number of valence electrons, and predict
MX79-03          Periodic Table         Chemistry
Matter             what stable ion or ions an element is likely to form in
reacting with other specified elements.
Describe the nature of ionic, covalent, and hydrogen
The Structure of   bonds and give examples of how they contribute to the
MX79-04          Chemical Reactions     Chemistry
Matter             formation of various types of compounds.

Classify chemical reactions and/or phase changes as
Physical, Chemical,                 The Nature of
exothermic or endothermic.
MX80-02          and Nuclear            Chemistry    Energy and
Changes                             Change
Describe the role of light, heat, and electrical energies
Physical, Chemical,                 The Nature of
in physical, chemical, and nuclear changes.
MX80-02          and Nuclear            Chemistry    Energy and
Changes                             Change
Describe that the energy release per gram of material
Physical, Chemical,                 The Nature of      is much larger in nuclear fusion or fission reactions
MX80-02          and Nuclear            Chemistry    Energy and         than in chemical reactions. The change in mass
Changes                             Change             (calculated by E=mc2) is small but significant in
nuclear reactions.
Calculate the amount of radioactive substance
Physical, Chemical,                 The Nature of
remaining after an integral number of half-lives have
MX80-02          and Nuclear            Chemistry    Energy and
passed.
Changes                             Change
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                         Strand Text      Standard Text                         Objective Text
Name
Convert between formulas and names of common
The Basic
organic compounds.
Structures and
MX88-01          Elements of Life       Chemistry
Reactions of
Organic Chemicals
Recognize common functional groups and polymers
The Basic
when given chemical formulas and names.
Structures and
MX88-01          Elements of Life       Chemistry
Reactions of
Organic Chemicals
Understand and discuss the nebular theory concerning
Formation of the     Earth and Space                     the formation of solar systems. Include in the
MX92-01                                                 The Universe
Solar System             Science                         discussion the roles of planetesimals and
protoplanets.
Differentiate between the different types of stars found
on the Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram. Compare and
Earth and Space                     contrast the evolution of stars of different masses.
MX86-02          Stars                                  The Universe
Science                         Understand and discuss the basics of the fusion
processes that are the source of energy of stars.

Compare and contrast the differences in size,
Earth and Space
MX86-02          Stars                                  The Universe      temperature, and age between our sun and other
Science
stars.
Describe Hubble's law. Identify and understand that
Earth and Space
MX92-02          The Big Bang                           The Universe      the "Big Bang" theory is the most widely accepted
Science
theory explaining the formation of the universe.
Understand and explain the relationship between
Earth and Space                     planetary systems, stars, multiple-star systems, star
MX86-01          Observing the Sky                      The Universe
Science                         clusters, galaxies, and galactic groups in the universe.

Understand and explain the relationship between
Earth and Space                     planetary systems, stars, multiple-star systems, star
MX86-02          Stars                                  The Universe
Science                         clusters, galaxies, and galactic groups in the universe.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                         Strand Text      Standard Text                       Objective Text
Name
Understand and explain the relationship between
Formation of the     Earth and Space                   planetary systems, stars, multiple-star systems, star
MX92-01                                                 The Universe
Solar System             Science                       clusters, galaxies, and galactic groups in the universe.

Understand and explain the relationship between
Earth and Space                   planetary systems, stars, multiple-star systems, star
MX92-02          The Big Bang                           The Universe
Science                       clusters, galaxies, and galactic groups in the universe.

Describe the characteristics and motions of the
various kinds of objects in our solar system, including
Earth and Space
MX86-01          Observing the Sky                      The Universe    planets, satellites, comets, and asteroids. Explain that
Science
Kepler's laws determine the orbits of the planets.

Discuss the role of sophisticated technology, such as
telescopes, computers, space probes, and particle
Earth and Space
MX86-01          Observing the Sky                      The Universe    accelerators, in making computer simulations and
Science
mathematical models in order to form a scientific
account of the universe.
Recognize and explain that the concept of
Earth and Space                   conservation of energy is at the heart of advances in
MX92-02          The Big Bang                           The Universe
Science                       fields as diverse as the study of nuclear particles and
the study of the origin of the universe.
Recognize and describe that earth sciences address
planet-wide interacting systems, including the oceans,
Earth and Space
MX86-03          Earth and Its Moon                     Earth           the air, the solid earth, and life on Earth, as well as
Science
interactions with the Solar System.

Recognize and describe that earth sciences address
planet-wide interacting systems, including the oceans,
Formation of the     Earth and Space
MX92-01                                                 Earth           the air, the solid earth, and life on Earth, as well as
Solar System             Science
interactions with the Solar System.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                         Strand Text      Standard Text                       Objective Text
Name
Examine the structure, composition, and function of
Atmosphere and       Earth and Space                   Earth's atmosphere. Include the role of living
MX85-01                                                 Earth
Weather                  Science                       organisms in the cycling of atmospheric gases.

Describe the role of photosynthetic plants in changing
Atmosphere and       Earth and Space                   Earth's atmosphere.
MX85-01                                                 Earth
Weather                  Science

Describe the role of photosynthetic plants in changing
Photosynthesis and   Earth and Space                   Earth's atmosphere.
MX72-01                                                 Earth
Respiration              Science

Explain the importance of heat transfer between and
Atmosphere and       Earth and Space                   within the atmosphere, land masses, and oceans.
MX85-01                                                 Earth
Weather                  Science

Understand and explain the role of differential heating
Atmosphere and       Earth and Space                   and the role of Earth's rotation on the movement of air
MX85-01                                                 Earth
Weather                  Science                       around the planet.

Understand and describe the origin, life cycle,
Atmosphere and       Earth and Space                   behavior, and prediction of weather systems.
MX85-01                                                 Earth
Weather                  Science

Investigate the causes of severe weather, and propose
Atmosphere and       Earth and Space                   appropriate safety measures that can be taken in the
MX85-01                                                 Earth
Weather                  Science                       event of severe weather.

Describe the development and dynamics of climatic
Earth and Space                   changes over time, such as the cycles of glaciation.
MX85-02          Climate Changes                        Earth
Science
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                         Strand Text      Standard Text                       Objective Text
Name
Describe the development and dynamics of climatic
Earth and Space                   changes over time, such as the cycles of glaciation.
MX84-02          Glaciation                             Earth
Science

Demonstrate the possible effects of atmospheric
Atmosphere and       Earth and Space                   changes brought on by things such as acid rain,
MX85-01                                                 Earth
Weather                  Science                       smoke, volcanic dust, greenhouse gases, and ozone
depletion.
Demonstrate the possible effects of atmospheric
Earth and Space                   changes brought on by things such as acid rain,
MX85-02          Climate Changes                        Earth
Science                       smoke, volcanic dust, greenhouse gases, and ozone
depletion.
Demonstrate the possible effects of atmospheric
Earthquakes and      Earth and Space                   changes brought on by things such as acid rain,
MX84-04                                                 Earth
Volcanoes                Science                       smoke, volcanic dust, greenhouse gases, and ozone
depletion.
Identify and discuss the effects of gravity on the waters
Earth and Space                   of Earth. Include both the flow of streams and the
MX86-03          Earth and Its Moon                     Earth
Science                       movement of tides.

Describe the relationship among ground water,
Earth and Space                   surface water, and glacial systems.
MX84-02          Glaciation                             Earth
Science

Describe the relationship among ground water,
Earth and Space                   surface water, and glacial systems.
MX77-02          Water Cycle                            Earth
Science

Identify the various processes that are involved in the
Earth and Space                   water cycle.
MX77-02          Water Cycle                            Earth
Science
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                           Strand Text      Standard Text                        Objective Text
Name
Compare the properties of rocks and minerals and
Earth and Space                    their uses.
MX91-01          The Rock Cycle                           Earth
Science

Explain motions, transformations, and locations of
materials in Earth's lithosphere and interior. For
Earth and Space   Processes That   example, describe the movement of the plates that
MX84-01          Plate Tectonics
Science       Shape Earth      make up Earth's crust and the resulting formation of
earthquakes, volcanoes, trenches, and mountains.

Explain motions, transformations, and locations of
materials in Earth's lithosphere and interior. For
Earthquakes and        Earth and Space   Processes That   example, describe the movement of the plates that
MX84-04
Volcanoes                  Science       Shape Earth      make up Earth's crust and the resulting formation of
earthquakes, volcanoes, trenches, and mountains.

Understand and discuss continental drift, sea-floor
spreading, and plate tectonics. Include evidence that
Earth and Space   Processes That   supports the movement of the plates, such as
MX84-01          Plate Tectonics
Science       Shape Earth      magnetic stripes on the ocean floor, fossil evidence on
separate continents, and the continuity of geological
features.
Investigate and discuss the origin of various
Earth and Space   Processes That   landforms, such as mountains and rivers, and how
MX84-01          Plate Tectonics
Science       Shape Earth      they affect and are affected by human activities.

Differentiate among the processes of weathering,
Earth and Space   Processes That   erosion, transportation of materials, deposition, and
MX84-02          Glaciation
Science       Shape Earth      soil formation.

Differentiate among the processes of weathering,
Weathering, Erosion,   Earth and Space   Processes That   erosion, transportation of materials, deposition, and
MX84-03
and Deposition             Science       Shape Earth      soil formation.
Skill/ Strategy
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Name
Illustrate the various processes that are involved in the
Earth and Space   Processes That    rock cycle and discuss how the total amount of
MX91-01          The Rock Cycle
Science       Shape Earth       material stays the same through formation,
weathering, sedimentation, and reformation.
Understand and explain that Claudius Ptolemy, an
astronomer living in the second century, devised a
Historical        powerful mathematical model of the universe based on
Earth and Space   Perspectives of   constant motion in perfect circles and circles on
MX86-03          Earth and Its Moon
Science       Earth and Space   circles. Further understand that with the model, he was
Science           able to predict the motions of the sun, moon, and
stars, and even of the irregular "wandering stars" now
called planets.
Understand that and describe how in the sixteenth
century the Polish astronomer Nicholas Copernicus
suggested that all those same motions outlined by
Ptolemy could be explained by imagining that Earth
Historical        was turning on its axis once a day and orbiting around
Earth and Space   Perspectives of   the sun once a year. Note that this explanation was
MX86-03          Earth and Its Moon
Science       Earth and Space   rejected by nearly everyone because it violated
Science           common sense and required the universe to be
unbelievably large. Also understand that Copernicus's
ideas flew in the face of belief, universally held at the
time, that Earth was at the center of the universe.

Understand that and describe how Johannes Kepler, a
German astronomer who lived at about the same time
as Galileo, used the unprecedented precise
Historical        observational data of the Danish astronomer Tycho
Earth and Space   Perspectives of   Brahe. Know that Kepler showed mathematically that
MX86-03          Earth and Its Moon
Science       Earth and Space   Copernicus's idea of a sun-centered system worked
Science           better than any other system if uniform circular motion
was replaced with variable-speed, but predictable,
motion along off-center ellipses.
Skill/ Strategy
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Name
Explain that by using the newly invented telescope to
study the sky, Galileo made many discoveries that
Historical
supported the ideas of Copernicus. Recognize that it
Earth and Space   Perspectives of
MX86-01          Observing the Sky                                        was Galileo who found the moons of Jupiter, sunspots,
Science       Earth and Space
craters and mountains on the moon, the phases of
Science
Venus, and many more stars than were visible to the
unaided eye.
Historical        Explain that the idea that Earth might be vastly older
Earth and Space   Perspectives of   than most people believed made little headway in
MX86-03          Earth and Its Moon
Science       Earth and Space   science until the work of Lyell and Hutton.
Science
Describe that early in the twentieth century the
German scientist Alfred Wegener reintroduced the
idea of moving continents, adding such evidence as
the underwater shapes of the continents, the similarity
Historical
of life forms and land forms in corresponding parts of
Earth and Space   Perspectives of
MX84-01          Plate Tectonics                                          Africa and South America, and the increasing
Science       Earth and Space
separation of Greenland and Europe. Also know that
Science
very few contemporary scientists adopted his theory
because Wegener was unable to propose a plausible
mechanism for motion.

Explain that the theory of plate tectonics was finally
accepted by the scientific community in the 1960s
Historical        when further evidence had accumulated in support of
Earth and Space   Perspectives of   it. Understand that the theory was seen to provide an
MX84-01          Plate Tectonics
Science       Earth and Space   explanation for a diverse array of seemingly unrelated
Science           phenomena and there was a scientifically sound
physical explanation of how such movement could
occur.
Understand and explain that ecosystems have cyclic
Populations in        Environmental    Environmental
MX72-03                                                                   fluctuations, such as seasonal changes or changes in
Ecosystems              Science        Systems
population, as a result of migrations.
Skill/ Strategy
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Name
Understand and explain that ecosystems have cyclic
Environmental   Environmental
MX72-04          Succession                                           fluctuations, such as seasonal changes or changes in
Science       Systems
population, as a result of migrations.
Explain how the size and rate of growth of the human
population in any location is affected by economic,
Technology and       Environmental   Environmental   political, religious, technological, and environmental
MX95-01
History                Science       Systems         factors, some of which are influenced by the size and
rate of growth of the population.

Explain how the size and rate of growth of the human
population in any location is affected by economic,
Technology and the   Environmental   Environmental   political, religious, technological, and environmental
MX95-02
Economy                Science       Systems         factors, some of which are influenced by the size and
rate of growth of the population.

Explain how the size and rate of growth of the human
population in any location is affected by economic,
Environmental   Environmental   political, religious, technological, and environmental
MX95-03          Judging Technology
Science       Systems         factors, some of which are influenced by the size and
rate of growth of the population.

Diagram the cycling of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus,
Environmental   Environmental
MX77-01          Carbon Cycle                                         and water.
Science       Systems
Diagram the cycling of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus,
Environmental   Environmental
MX77-02          Water Cycle                                          and water.
Science       Systems
Diagram the cycling of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus,
Environmental   Environmental
MX77-03          Nitrogen Cycle                                       and water.
Science       Systems
Locate, identify, and explain the role of the major Earth
Biosphere:
Environmental   Environmental   biomes and discuss how the abiotic and biotic factors
MX90-01          Interactions Among
Science       Systems         interact within these ecosystems.
Life and Nonlife
Skill/ Strategy
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Name
Explain the process of succession, both primary and
Environmental   Environmental        secondary, in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.
MX72-04          Succession
Science       Systems

Recognize and explain that the amount of life any
environment can support is limited by the available
Photosynthesis and   Environmental   Flow of Matter and
MX72-01                                                                    energy, water, oxygen, and minerals, and by the ability
Respiration            Science       Energy
of ecosystems to recycle organic materials from the
Recognize and explain that the amount of life any
environment can support is limited by the available
Food Webs and        Environmental   Flow of Matter and
MX72-02                                                                    energy, water, oxygen, and minerals, and by the ability
Chains                 Science       Energy
of ecosystems to recycle organic materials from the
Recognize and explain that the amount of life any
environment can support is limited by the available
Populations in       Environmental   Flow of Matter and
MX72-03                                                                    energy, water, oxygen, and minerals, and by the ability
Ecosystems             Science       Energy
of ecosystems to recycle organic materials from the
Recognize and explain that the amount of life any
environment can support is limited by the available
Environmental   Flow of Matter and
MX72-04          Succession                                                energy, water, oxygen, and minerals, and by the ability
Science       Energy
of ecosystems to recycle organic materials from the
Describe how the chemical elements that make up the
Food Webs and        Environmental   Flow of Matter and   molecules of living things pass through food webs and
MX72-02
Chains                 Science       Energy               are combined and recombined in different ways.

Describe how decisions to slow the depletion of energy
sources through efficient technology can be made at
Technology and       Environmental   Flow of Matter and
MX95-01                                                                  many levels, from personal to national, and they
History                Science       Energy
always involve trade-offs of economic costs and social
values.
Skill/ Strategy
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Name
Describe how decisions to slow the depletion of energy
sources through efficient technology can be made at
Technology and the   Environmental   Flow of Matter and
MX95-02                                                                  many levels, from personal to national, and they
Economy                Science       Energy
always involve trade-offs of economic costs and social
values.
Describe how decisions to slow the depletion of energy
sources through efficient technology can be made at
Environmental   Flow of Matter and
MX95-03          Judging Technology                                      many levels, from personal to national, and they
Science       Energy
always involve trade-offs of economic costs and social
values.
Illustrate the flow of energy through various trophic
levels of food chains and food webs within an
ecosystem. Describe how each link in a food web
Food Webs and        Environmental   Flow of Matter and stores some energy in newly made structures and how
MX72-02
Chains                 Science       Energy             much of the energy is dissipated into the environment
as heat. Understand that a continual input of energy
from sunlight is needed to keep the process going.

Demonstrate and explain how factors such as birth
Populations in       Environmental                      rate, death rate, and migration rate determine growth
MX72-03                                               Populations
Ecosystems             Science                          rates of populations.

Demonstrate how resources, such as food supply,
Food Webs and        Environmental                      influence populations.
MX72-02                                               Populations
Chains                 Science

Demonstrate how resources, such as food supply,
Populations in       Environmental                      influence populations.
MX72-03                                               Populations
Ecosystems             Science

Differentiate between renewable and nonrenewable
Environmental                     resources, and compare and contrast the pros and
MX78-03          Conservation                         Natural Resources
Science                         cons of using nonrenewable resources.
Skill/ Strategy
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Name
Demonstrate a knowledge of the distribution of natural
Environmental                     resources in the U.S. and the world, and explain how
MX78-03          Conservation                         Natural Resources
Science                         natural resources influence relationships among
nations.
Recognize and describe the role of natural resources
Environmental                     in providing the raw materials for an industrial society.
MX78-03          Conservation                         Natural Resources
Science

Understand and describe the concept of integrated
Environmental                     natural resource management and the values of
MX78-03          Conservation                         Natural Resources
Science                         managing natural resources as an ecological unit.

Understand and describe the concept and the
Environmental                     importance of natural and human recycling in
MX78-03          Conservation                         Natural Resources
Science                         conserving our natural resources.

Identify natural Earth hazards, such as earthquakes
and hurricanes, and identify the regions in which they
Earthquakes and      Environmental   Environmental
MX84-04                                                                   occur as well as the short-term and long-term effects
Volcanoes              Science       Hazards
on the environment and on people.

Differentiate between natural pollution and pollution
Environmental   Environmental       caused by humans and give examples of each.
MX78-01          Biomagnification
Science       Hazards

Differentiate between natural pollution and pollution
Environmental   Environmental       caused by humans and give examples of each.
MX78-02          Pollution
Science       Hazards

Compare and contrast the beneficial and harmful
effects of an environmental stressor, such as
Environmental   Environmental
MX78-01          Biomagnification                                         herbicides and pesticides, on plants and animals. Give
Science       Hazards
examples of secondary effects on other environmental
components.
Skill/ Strategy
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Name
Compare and contrast the beneficial and harmful
effects of an environmental stressor, such as
Environmental   Environmental
MX78-02          Pollution                                                herbicides and pesticides, on plants and animals. Give
Science       Hazards
examples of secondary effects on other environmental
components.
Historical          Explain that Henry Cowles found the Indiana Dunes
Environmental   Perspectives of     and Lake Michigan shoreline area a natural laboratory
MX72-04          Succession
Science       Environmental       for developing important principles of plant
Science             succession.
Describe matter in terms of its fundamental
The Properties of
MX79-01          Measuring Matter        Physics                          constituents and be able to differentiate among those
Matter
constituents.
Measure or determine the physical quantities including
The Properties of   mass, charge, pressure, volume, temperature, and
MX79-01          Measuring Matter        Physics
Matter              density of an object or unknown sample.

Describe and apply the kinetic molecular theory to the
The Properties of
MX79-01          Measuring Matter        Physics                          states of matter.
Matter
Employ correct units in describing common physical
The Properties of
MX79-01          Measuring Matter        Physics                          quantities.
Matter
The Relationships   Use Newton's Laws (e.g., F = ma) together with the
MX82-01          Newton's Laws           Physics      Between Motion      kinematic equations to predict the motion of an object.
and Force
Describe the nature of centripetal force and centripetal
The Relationships
acceleration (including the formula a = v2/r), and use
MX82-01          Newton's Laws           Physics      Between Motion
these ideas to predict the motion of an object.
and Force
Use the conservation of energy and conservation of
The Relationships
Energy                                                   momentum laws to predict, both conceptually and
MX80-01                                  Physics      Between Motion
Transformations                                          quantitatively, the results of the interactions between
and Force
objects.
Skill/ Strategy
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Name
Demonstrate an understanding of the inverse square
The Relationships
A Force to Be                                          nature of gravitational and electrostatic forces.
MX89-01                                 Physics     Between Motion
Reckoned With
and Force
Demonstrate an understanding of the inverse square
The Relationships
nature of gravitational and electrostatic forces.
MX81-01          Electricity            Physics     Between Motion
and Force
Recognize energy in its different manifestations, such
Energy                             The Nature of       as kinetic (KE = mv2), gravitational potential (PE =
MX80-01                                 Physics
Transformations                    Energy              mgh), thermal, chemical, nuclear, electromagnetic, or
mechanical.
Use the law of conservation of energy to predict the
Energy                             The Nature of       outcome(s) of an energy transformation.
MX80-01                                 Physics
Transformations                    Energy

Explain the relation between energy (E) and power (P).
Energy                             The Nature of       Explain the definition of the unit of power, the watt.
MX80-01                                 Physics
Transformations                    Energy

Distinguish between the concepts of momentum
Energy                             Momentum and        (using the formula p = mv) and energy.
MX80-01                                 Physics
Transformations                    Energy

Describe circumstances under which each
Energy                             Momentum and        conservation law may be used.
MX80-01                                 Physics
Transformations                    Energy

Describe the interaction between stationary charges
The Nature of       using Coulomb's Law. Know that the force on a
MX81-01          Electricity            Physics     Electricity and     charged particle in an electrical field is qE, where E is
Magnetism           the electric field at the position of the particle, and q is
the charge of the particle.
Skill/ Strategy
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Name
Explain the concepts of electrical charge, electrical
The Nature of
current, electrical potential, electric field, and magnetic
MX81-01          Electricity             Physics     Electricity and
field. Use the definitions of the coulomb, the ampere,
Magnetism
the volt, the volt/meter, and the tesla.
Analyze simple arrangements of electrical components
in series and parallel circuits. Know that any resistive
The Nature of
element in a DC circuit dissipates energy, which heats
MX81-02          Electrical Circuits     Physics     Electricity and
the resistor. Calculate the power (rate of energy
Magnetism
dissipation), using the formula Power = IV = I2R.

Describe electric and magnetic forces in terms of the
field concept and the relationship between moving
The Nature of     charges and magnetic fields. Know that the magnitude
MX81-01          Electricity             Physics     Electricity and   of the force on a moving particle with charge q in a
Magnetism         magnetic field is qvBsina, where v and B are the
magnitudes of vectors v and B and a is the angle
between v and B.
Describe electric and magnetic forces in terms of the
field concept and the relationship between moving
The Nature of     charges and magnetic fields. Know that the magnitude
MX81-03          Magnetism               Physics     Electricity and   of the force on a moving particle with charge q in a
Magnetism         magnetic field is qvBsina, where v and B are the
magnitudes of vectors v and B and a is the angle
between v and B.
Explain the operation of electric generators and
The Nature of
motors in terms of Ampere's law and Faraday's law.
MX81-02          Electrical Circuits     Physics     Electricity and
Magnetism
Describe waves in terms of their fundamental
characteristics of velocity, wavelength, frequency or
period, and amplitude. Know that radio waves, light,
The Behavior of
MX83-01          Waves                   Physics                       and X-rays are different wavelength bands in the
Waves
spectrum of electromagnetic waves, whose speed in a
vacuum is approximately 3 108 m/s (186,000
miles/second).
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy #                        Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Name
Use the principle of superposition to describe the
The Behavior of     interference effects arising from propagation of several
MX83-01          Waves                  Physics
Waves               waves through the same medium.

Use the concepts of reflection, refraction, polarization,
The Behavior of     transmission, and absorption to predict the motion of
MX83-01          Waves                  Physics
Waves               waves moving through space and matter.

Use the concepts of reflection, refraction, polarization,
The Behavior of     transmission, and absorption to predict the motion of
MX83-03          Light                  Physics
Waves               waves moving through space and matter.

Use the concepts of wave motion to predict
The Behavior of     conceptually and quantitatively the various properties
MX83-01          Waves                  Physics
Waves               of a simple optical system.

Use the concepts of wave motion to predict
The Behavior of     conceptually and quantitatively the various properties
MX83-03          Light                  Physics
Waves               of a simple optical system.

Identify electromagnetic radiation as a wave
The Behavior of     phenomenon after observing refraction, reflection, and
MX83-01          Waves                  Physics

Describe the nuclear model of the atom in terms of
The Nature of
mass and spatial relationships of the electrons,
MX79-02          Atoms                  Physics     Atomic and
protons, and neutrons.
Subatomic Physics
Explain that the nucleus, although it contains nearly all
of the mass of the atom, occupies less than the
The Nature of
proportion of the solar system occupied by the sun.
MX79-02          Atoms                  Physics     Atomic and
Explain that the mass of a neutron or a proton is about
Subatomic Physics
2,000 times greater than the mass of an electron.
Skill/ Strategy
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Name
Explain the role of the strong nuclear force in binding
The Nature of
matter together.
MX79-02          Atoms                   Physics     Atomic and
Subatomic Physics
Explain the role of the strong nuclear force in binding
The Nature of
matter together.
MX79-04          Chemical Reactions      Physics     Atomic and
Subatomic Physics
Using the concept of binding energy per nucleon,
The Nature of
explain why a massive nucleus that fissions into two
MX79-04          Chemical Reactions      Physics     Atomic and
medium-mass nuclei emits energy in the process.
Subatomic Physics
Using the same concept, explain why two light nuclei
The Nature of
that fuse into a more massive nucleus emit energy in
MX79-04          Chemical Reactions      Physics     Atomic and
the process.
Subatomic Physics
Describe sources and uses of radioactivity and nuclear
Physical, Chemical,                 The Nature of
energy.
MX80-02          and Nuclear             Physics     Atomic and
Changes                             Subatomic Physics
Explain that Isaac Newton created a unified view of
force and motion in which motion everywhere in the
Historical          universe can be explained by the same few rules. Note
MX82-01          Newton's Laws           Physics     Perspectives of     that his mathematical analysis of gravitational force
Physics             and motion showed that planetary orbits had to be the
very ellipses that Johannes Kepler had proposed two
generations earlier.
Describe how Newton's system was based on the
concepts of mass, force, and acceleration; his three
Historical          laws of motion relating to them; and a physical law
MX82-01          Newton's Laws           Physics     Perspectives of     stating that the force of gravity between any two
Physics             objects in the universe depends only upon their
masses and the distance between them.
Skill/ Strategy
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Name
Explain that the Newtonian model made it possible to
Historical
account for such diverse phenomena as tides, the
MX82-01          Newton's Laws           Physics     Perspectives of
orbits of the planets and moons, the motion of falling
Physics
objects, and Earth's equatorial bulge.
Explain that the special theory of relativity (E=mc2) is
Physical, Chemical,                 Historical
best known for stating that any form of energy has
MX80-02          and Nuclear             Physics     Perspectives of
mass and that matter itself is a form of energy.
Changes                             Physics
Describe how general relativity theory pictures
Historical
Newton's gravitational force as a distortion of space
MX82-01          Newton's Laws           Physics     Perspectives of
and time.
Physics
State: Indiana
Content: Social Studies

Standards Correlation Date: 9/03

Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name   Strand Text         Standard Text                       Objective Text

Scarcity and Economic   Define each of the productive resources (natural,
Reasoning               human, capital) and explain why they are
MX101-01         Back to Basics         Economics
necessary for the production of goods and
services. (Geography)
Scarcity and Economic   Explain how consumers and producers confront the
MX101-01         Back to Basics         Economics     Reasoning               condition of scarcity, by making choices which
Scarcity and Economic   Explain how consumers and producers confront the
MX102-02                                Economics     Reasoning               condition of scarcity, by making choices which
Behavior
Scarcity and Economic   Identify and explain broad economic and social
Reasoning               goals, such as freedom, efficiency, equity, security,
MX101-01         Back to Basics         Economics
growth, price stability, and full employment. (Civics
and Government)
Scarcity and Economic   Compare and contrast how the various economic
Reasoning               systems (traditional, market, command, mixed)
MX101-04         Economic Systems       Economics                             answer the questions: What to produce? How to
produce it? For whom to produce?

Scarcity and Economic   Describe how clearly defined and enforced property
MX101-05         Economic Systems       Economics     Reasoning               rights are essential to a market economy. (Civics
and Government)
Supply and Demand       Define supply and demand.
MX101-01         Back to Basics         Economics

Supply and Demand       Identify factors that cause changes in market
MX101-01         Back to Basics         Economics                             supply and demand.
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name   Strand Text          Standard Text                     Objective Text

Supply and Demand      Describe the role of buyers and sellers in
Be an Informed
MX102-01                                Economics                            determining the equilibrium price.
Consumer
Supply and Demand      Describe how prices send signals to buyers and
MX101-01         Back to Basics         Economics                            sellers.

Supply and Demand      Describe how prices send signals to buyers and
Be an Informed
MX102-01                                Economics                            sellers.
Consumer
Supply and Demand      Recognize that consumers ultimately determine
Be an Informed
MX102-01                                Economics                            what is produced in a market economy (consumer
Consumer
sovereignty).
Supply and Demand      Explain the function of profit in a market economy
MX102-02                                Economics                            as an incentive for entrepreneurs to accept the
Behavior
Supply and Demand      Explain the function of profit in a market economy
Be an Informed
MX102-01                                Economics                            as an incentive for entrepreneurs to accept the
Consumer
Supply and Demand      Demonstrate how supply and demand determine
MX102-02                                Economics                            equilibrium price and quantity in the product,
Behavior
resource, and financial markets.
Supply and Demand      Demonstrate how changes in supply and demand
MX101-01         Back to Basics         Economics                            influence equilibrium price and quantity in the
product, resource, and financial markets.
Supply and Demand      Demonstrate how government wage and price
controls, such as rent controls and minimum wage
MX101-02         Economic Policy        Economics
laws, create shortages and surpluses. (Civics and
Government)
Market Structures      Compare and contrast the following forms of
MX101-01         Back to Basics         Economics                            business organization: sole proprietorship,
partnership, and corporation.
Market Structures      Identify the three basic ways that firms finance
operations (retained earnings, stock issues, and
MX101-01         Back to Basics         Economics
borrowing) and explain the advantages and
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name   Strand Text          Standard Text                       Objective Text

Market Structures        Identify the basic characteristics of the four market
MX101-01         Back to Basics         Economics                              structures: monopoly, oligopoly, monopolistic
competition, and pure competition.
Market Structures        Explain how competition among many sellers
MX102-02                                Economics                              lowers costs and prices and encourages producers
Behavior
to produce more.
Market Structures        Explain ways that firms engage in price and
MX102-02                                Economics                              nonprice competition.
Behavior
Market Structures        Describe the benefits of natural monopolies
(economies of scale) and the purposes of
government regulation of these monopolies, such
as utilities. (Civics and Government)
Market Structures        Describe the benefits of natural monopolies
(economies of scale) and the purposes of
MX101-04         Economic Systems       Economics
government regulation of these monopolies, such
as utilities. (Civics and Government)
The Role of Government   Explain the basic functions of government in a
MX101-04         Economic Systems       Economics                              market economy. (Civics and Government)

The Role of Government   Explain the basic functions of government in a
MX101-03         Markets and Trade      Economics                              market economy. (Civics and Government)

The Role of Government   Explain how government responds to market
MX101-03         Markets and Trade      Economics                              failures by providing public goods and services.
(Civics and Government)
The Role of Government   Describe major revenue and expenditure
categories and their respective proportions of local,
MX101-02         Economic Policy        Economics
state, and federal budgets. (Civics and
Government)
The Role of Government   Explore the ways that tax revenue is used in the
MX101-02         Economic Policy        Economics                              community. (Civics and Government)
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name   Strand Text           Standard Text                      Objective Text

The Role of Government   Identify taxes paid by students. (Civics and
MX101-02         Economic Policy        Economics                              Government)

The Role of Government   Define progressive, proportional, and regressive
MX101-02         Economic Policy        Economics                              taxation. (Civics and Government)

The Role of Government   Determine whether different types of taxes
(including income, sales, and social security) are
MX101-02         Economic Policy        Economics
progressive, proportional, or regressive. (Civics and
Government)
Economic Stabilization   Define and explain fiscal and monetary policy.
MX101-02         Economic Policy        Economics                              (Civics and Government)

Economic Stabilization   Define the tools of fiscal and monetary policy.
MX101-02         Economic Policy        Economics                              (Civics and Government)

Economic Stabilization   Analyze how the government uses taxing and
spending decisions (fiscal policy) to promote price
MX101-02         Economic Policy        Economics
stability, full employment, and economic growth.
(Civics and Government)
MX101-03         Markets and Trade      Economics                              regions, and countries. (Geography; Individuals,
Society, and Culture)
MX101-03         Markets and Trade      Economics                              (Civics and Government)

Trade                    Compare and contrast labor productivity trends in
MX101-03         Markets and Trade      Economics                              the United States and other developed countries.

MX101-03         Markets and Trade      Economics                              comparative advantage in the production of a
particular good or service.
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text             Standard Text                          Objective Text

Trade                        Explain how changes in exchange rates impact the
purchasing power of people in the United States
and other countries. (Individuals, Society, and
Culture)

The Nature of Citizenship,   Define the terms politics and government and give
Making Decisions,
Politics, and Government     examples of how political solutions to public policy
Seeking Consensus,
MX104-03                                U.S. Government                                problems are generated through interactions of
and Resolving
citizens with their government. (Economics)
Conflicts
The Nature of Citizenship,   Define the terms politics and government and give
Politics, and Government     examples of how political solutions to public policy
MX104-02         Democracy in Action    U.S. Government                                problems are generated through interactions of
citizens with their government. (Economics)

The Nature of Citizenship,     Describe the purposes and functions of
Purpose of
MX103-02                                U.S. Government Politics, and Government       government. (Economics)
Government
The Nature of Citizenship,     Describe the purposes and functions of
MX103-03         Government Systems     U.S. Government Politics, and Government       government. (Economics)

The Nature of Citizenship,     Describe the purposes and functions of
Structure of
MX103-01                                U.S. Government Politics, and Government       government. (Economics)
Government
The Nature of Citizenship,   Define and provide examples of different forms of
Politics, and Government     government, including direct democracy,
MX103-03         Government Systems     U.S. Government                                representative democracy, republic, monarchy,
oligarchy, and autocracy. (History; Individuals,
Society, and Culture)
The Nature of Citizenship,     Distinguish limited from unlimited government and
MX103-03         Government Systems     U.S. Government Politics, and Government       provide examples of each type of government.
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text            Standard Text                           Objective Text

The Nature of Citizenship,   Explain how civil society contributes to the
Making Decisions,
Politics, and Government     maintenance of limited government in a
Seeking Consensus,
MX104-03                                U.S. Government                                representative democracy or democratic republic,
and Resolving
such as the United States. (Individuals, Society,
Conflicts
and Culture)
The Nature of Citizenship,   Define and provide examples of the rule of law and
Politics, and Government     constitutionalism, which reveal how these two ideas
Structure of
MX103-01                                U.S. Government                                in concert are essential characteristics of limited
Government
government. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
The Nature of Citizenship,   Define and provide examples of the rule of law and
Politics, and Government     constitutionalism, which reveal how these two ideas
MX104-01         Read the Rules         U.S. Government                                in concert are essential characteristics of limited
government. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
The Nature of Citizenship,   Explain how the rule of law, embodied in a
Structure of                             Politics, and Government     constitution, limits government to protect the rights
MX103-01                                U.S. Government
Government                                                            of individuals. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
The Nature of Citizenship,   Explain how the rule of law, embodied in a
Politics, and Government     constitution, limits government to protect the rights
MX104-01         Read the Rules         U.S. Government
of individuals. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
The Nature of Citizenship,   Examine the sources of authority from ancient to
Politics, and Government     modern times and explain popular sovereignty, or
consent of the governed, as the source of
Purpose of
MX103-02                                U.S. Government                                legitimate authority of government in a
Government
representative democracy or democratic republic.
(History; Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text            Standard Text                            Objective Text

The Nature of Citizenship,   Examine the sources of authority from ancient to
Politics, and Government     modern times and explain popular sovereignty, or
consent of the governed, as the source of
MX103-03         Government Systems     U.S. Government                                legitimate authority of government in a
representative democracy or democratic republic.
(History; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Nature of Citizenship,   Examine the sources of authority from ancient to
Politics, and Government     modern times and explain popular sovereignty, or
consent of the governed, as the source of
Structure of
MX103-01                                U.S. Government                                legitimate authority of government in a
Government
representative democracy or democratic republic.
(History; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Nature of Citizenship,   Explain how a constitutional democracy provides
Politics, and Government     majority rule with equal protection for the rights of
individuals, including those in the minority, through
MX104-01         Read the Rules         U.S. Government
limited government and the rule of law. (History;
Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Nature of Citizenship,   Explain how a constitutional democracy provides
Politics, and Government     majority rule with equal protection for the rights of
Structure of                                                          individuals, including those in the minority, through
MX103-01                                U.S. Government
Government                                                            limited government and the rule of law. (History;
Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Nature of Citizenship,   Using both contemporary and historical examples,
Politics, and Government     identify governments in the world that are, and are
MX104-01         Read the Rules         U.S. Government                                not, examples of constitutional representative
democracy. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text            Standard Text                           Objective Text

The Nature of Citizenship,   Using both contemporary and historical examples,
Politics, and Government     identify governments in the world that are, and are
Structure of
MX103-01                                U.S. Government                                not, examples of constitutional representative
Government
democracy. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
The Nature of Citizenship,   Using both contemporary and historical examples,
Politics, and Government     identify governments in the world that are, and are
MX96-01          Beginnings             U.S. Government                                not, examples of constitutional representative
democracy. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
The Nature of Citizenship,   Using both contemporary and historical examples,
Politics, and Government     identify governments in the world that are, and are
Revolution and the
MX96-03                                 U.S. Government                                not, examples of constitutional representative
New Nation
democracy. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
The Nature of Citizenship,   Examine fundamental documents in the American
Politics, and Government     political tradition to identify key ideas regarding
MX104-01         Read the Rules         U.S. Government                                limited government and individual rights. (History;
Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Nature of Citizenship,   Examine fundamental documents in the American
Politics, and Government     political tradition to identify key ideas regarding
Structure of
MX103-01                                U.S. Government                                limited government and individual rights. (History;
Government
Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Nature of Citizenship,   Examine fundamental documents in the American
Politics, and Government     political tradition to identify key ideas regarding
MX96-01          Beginnings             U.S. Government                                limited government and individual rights. (History;
Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Nature of Citizenship,   Examine fundamental documents in the American
Politics, and Government     political tradition to identify key ideas regarding
Revolution and the
MX96-03                                 U.S. Government                                limited government and individual rights. (History;
New Nation
Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text            Standard Text                           Objective Text

The Nature of Citizenship,   Explain the part of Article IV, Section 4, of the
Politics, and Government     United States Constitution, which says, "The United
MX104-01         Read the Rules         U.S. Government                                States shall guarantee to every State in the Union a
Republican form of Government…." (History)

Foundations of Government    Trace the colonial, revolutionary, and founding-era
in the United States         experiences and events that led to the writing,
ratification, and implementation of the United
MX96-01          Beginnings             U.S. Government
States Constitution (1787) and Bill of Rights (1791).
(History; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

Foundations of Government    Trace the colonial, revolutionary, and founding-era
in the United States         experiences and events that led to the writing,
Colonization and                                                      ratification, and implementation of the United
MX96-02                                 U.S. Government
Settlement                                                            States Constitution (1787) and Bill of Rights (1791).
(History; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

Foundations of Government    Trace the colonial, revolutionary, and founding-era
in the United States         experiences and events that led to the writing,
Revolution and the                                                    ratification, and implementation of the United
MX96-03                                 U.S. Government
New Nation                                                            States Constitution (1787) and Bill of Rights (1791).
(History; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

Foundations of Government    Analyze and interpret central ideas on government,
Revolution and the                       in the United States         individual rights, and the common good in founding
MX96-03                                 U.S. Government
New Nation                                                            documents of the United States.

Foundations of Government      Identify and explain elements of the social contract
Revolution and the
MX96-03                                 U.S. Government in the United States           and natural rights theories in United States
New Nation
founding-era documents.
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text           Standard Text                            Objective Text

Foundations of Government   Define and provide examples of foundational ideas
in the United States        of American government, including popular
Revolution and the                                                    sovereignty, constitutionalism, republic or
MX96-03                                  U.S. Government
New Nation                                                            representative government, federalism, and
individual rights, which are embedded in founding-
era documents.
Foundations of Government   Evaluate, take, and defend positions on issues
in the United States        concerning foundational ideas or values in tension
MX100-01         Clarify the Issue       U.S. Government
or conflict. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Foundations of Government   Evaluate, take, and defend positions on issues
Find Parallels and                        in the United States        concerning foundational ideas or values in tension
MX100-02                                 U.S. Government
Precedents                                                            or conflict. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Foundations of Government   Evaluate, take, and defend positions on issues
in the United States        concerning foundational ideas or values in tension
MX100-03         Examine Influences      U.S. Government
or conflict. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Foundations of Government   Evaluate, take, and defend positions on issues
in the United States        concerning foundational ideas or values in tension
MX100-04         Generate Alternatives   U.S. Government
or conflict. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Foundations of Government   Evaluate, take, and defend positions on issues
in the United States        concerning foundational ideas or values in tension
MX100-05         Predict Consequences U.S. Government
or conflict. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Foundations of Government   Evaluate, take, and defend positions on issues
Present and Justify                       in the United States        concerning foundational ideas or values in tension
MX100-06                                 U.S. Government
Results                                                               or conflict. (History; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Foundations of Government   Compare and contrast ideas on good government
Revolution and the                        in the United States        of the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists during
MX96-03                                  U.S. Government
New Nation                                                            their debates on ratification of the U.S. Constitution
(1787-1788). (History)
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text            Standard Text                            Objective Text

Foundations of Government     Analyze and explain ideas about liberty, equality,
in the United States          and justice in American society using documents,
such as Reverend Martin Luther King's "I Have A
Dream" speech and Letter from Birmingham City
Jail (1963), and compare King's ideas to those in
MX96-01          Beginnings             U.S. Government                                 such founding-era documents as the Virginia
Declaration of Rights (1776), the Declaration of
Independence (1776), Massachusetts Declaration
of Rights (1780), and The Federalist (1788).
(History; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

Foundations of Government     Analyze and explain ideas about liberty, equality,
in the United States          and justice in American society using documents,
such as Reverend Martin Luther King's "I Have A
Dream" speech and Letter from Birmingham City
Jail (1963), and compare King's ideas to those in
MX97-04          The Post-War Era       U.S. Government                                 such founding-era documents as the Virginia
Declaration of Rights (1776), the Declaration of
Independence (1776), Massachusetts Declaration
of Rights (1780), and The Federalist (1788).
(History; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

Purposes, Principles, and       Compare and contrast unitary, confederate, and
MX103-03         Government Systems     U.S. Government Institutions of Government in   federal governments.
the United States
Purposes, Principles, and       Compare and contrast types of government, such
Institutions of Government in   as parliamentary and presidential, democratic and
MX103-03         Government Systems     U.S. Government the United States               nondemocratic, constitutional and
nonconstitutional, and republican or aristocratic.

Purposes, Principles, and       Explain characteristics of government in the United
Structure of
MX103-01                                U.S. Government Institutions of Government in   States, which make it a federal, presidential,
Government
the United States               constitutional, democratic republic.
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text            Standard Text                              Objective Text

Purposes, Principles, and         Explain characteristics of government in the United
MX103-03         Government Systems     U.S. Government Institutions of Government in     States, which make it a federal, presidential,
the United States                 constitutional, democratic republic.
Purposes, Principles, and         Explain the functions of the courts of law in the
Structure of                           Institutions of Government in     governments of the United States and the state of
MX103-01                                U.S. Government
Government                             the United States                 Indiana with emphasis on the principles of judicial
review and an independent judiciary.
Purposes, Principles, and         Explain the relationships among branches of the
Institutions of Government in     United States government and the state
Structure of
MX103-01                                U.S. Government the United States                 government of Indiana, which involve separation
Government
and sharing of powers as a means to limited
government.
Purposes, Principles, and       Explain the functions of departments or agencies of
Institutions of Government in   the executive branch in the formation and
Structure of                             the United States               implementation of public policy in the governments
MX103-01                                U.S. Government
Government                                                               of the United States and the state of Indiana.
(Individuals, Society, and Culture)

Purposes, Principles, and         Explain the legislative process of the United States.
Structure of
MX103-01                                U.S. Government Institutions of Government in
Government
the United States
The Relationship of the           Describe how the world is divided politically and
United States to Other            give examples of the ways nation states interact,
American Foreign
MX105-02                                U.S. Government Nations in World Affairs          including trade, diplomacy, treaties and
Policy
agreements, and military action. (Economics;
Geography; Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the           Compare and contrast the structure and
United States to Other            organization of various forms of political systems
MX103-03         Government Systems     U.S. Government
Nations in World Affairs          and describe how they interact in world affairs.
(Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the           Examine reasons for conflict among nation states,
United States to Other            such as competition for resources and territory,
Interactions Among
MX105-01                                U.S. Government Nations in World Affairs          differences in system of government, and religious
Nations
or ethnic conflict. (Economics; Individuals, Society,
and Culture)
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text            Standard Text                         Objective Text

The Relationship of the    Identify and explain powers that the United States
United States to Other     Constitution gives to the executive, legislative, and
American Foreign                         Nations in World Affairs   judicial branches of government in the area of
MX105-02                                U.S. Government
Policy                                                              foreign affairs, such as the making of treaties.
(History; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Relationship of the      Describe the approaches used to carry out United
American Foreign                       United States to Other       States foreign policy. (Economics; Geography;
MX105-02                                U.S. Government
Policy                                 Nations in World Affairs     History; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Relationship of the      Examine the influence of individuals, businesses,
American Foreign                       United States to Other       labor, and other segments of the economy on
MX105-02                                U.S. Government
Policy                                 Nations in World Affairs     United States foreign policy. (Economics;
Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the    Use a variety of sources, including newspapers,
United States to Other     magazines, and the Internet, to identify significant
Nations in World Affairs   world political, demographic, and environmental
American Foreign                                                    developments. Analyze ways that these
MX105-02                                U.S. Government
Policy                                                              developments may affect United States foreign
policy in specific regions of the world. (Economics;
Geography; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Relationship of the    Use a variety of sources, including newspapers,
United States to Other     magazines, and the Internet, to identify significant
Nations in World Affairs   world political, demographic, and environmental
developments. Analyze ways that these
MX100-01         Clarify the Issue      U.S. Government
developments may affect United States foreign
policy in specific regions of the world. (Economics;
Geography; Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text            Standard Text                         Objective Text

The Relationship of the    Use a variety of sources, including newspapers,
United States to Other     magazines, and the Internet, to identify significant
Nations in World Affairs   world political, demographic, and environmental
Find Parallels and                                                   developments. Analyze ways that these
MX100-02                                 U.S. Government
Precedents                                                           developments may affect United States foreign
policy in specific regions of the world. (Economics;
Geography; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Relationship of the    Use a variety of sources, including newspapers,
United States to Other     magazines, and the Internet, to identify significant
Nations in World Affairs   world political, demographic, and environmental
developments. Analyze ways that these
MX100-03         Examine Influences      U.S. Government
developments may affect United States foreign
policy in specific regions of the world. (Economics;
Geography; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Relationship of the    Use a variety of sources, including newspapers,
United States to Other     magazines, and the Internet, to identify significant
Nations in World Affairs   world political, demographic, and environmental
developments. Analyze ways that these
MX100-04         Generate Alternatives   U.S. Government
developments may affect United States foreign
policy in specific regions of the world. (Economics;
Geography; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Relationship of the    Use a variety of sources, including newspapers,
United States to Other     magazines, and the Internet, to identify significant
Nations in World Affairs   world political, demographic, and environmental
developments. Analyze ways that these
MX100-05         Predict Consequences U.S. Government
developments may affect United States foreign
policy in specific regions of the world. (Economics;
Geography; Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text            Standard Text                         Objective Text

The Relationship of the    Use a variety of sources, including newspapers,
United States to Other     magazines, and the Internet, to identify significant
Nations in World Affairs   world political, demographic, and environmental
Present and Justify                                                  developments. Analyze ways that these
MX100-06                                 U.S. Government
Results                                                              developments may affect United States foreign
policy in specific regions of the world. (Economics;
Geography; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Relationship of the      Evaluate, take, and defend a position about
United States to Other       whether or not the United States should promote
MX100-01         Clarify the Issue       U.S. Government
Nations in World Affairs     the spread of democracy throughout the world.
(Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the      Evaluate, take, and defend a position about
Find Parallels and                      United States to Other       whether or not the United States should promote
MX100-02                                 U.S. Government
Precedents                              Nations in World Affairs     the spread of democracy throughout the world.
(Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the      Evaluate, take, and defend a position about
United States to Other       whether or not the United States should promote
MX100-03         Examine Influences      U.S. Government
Nations in World Affairs     the spread of democracy throughout the world.
(Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the      Evaluate, take, and defend a position about
United States to Other       whether or not the United States should promote
MX100-04         Generate Alternatives   U.S. Government
Nations in World Affairs     the spread of democracy throughout the world.
(Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the         Evaluate, take, and defend a position about
United States to Other          whether or not the United States should promote
MX100-05         Predict Consequences U.S. Government
Nations in World Affairs        the spread of democracy throughout the world.
(Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the      Evaluate, take, and defend a position about
Present and Justify                     United States to Other       whether or not the United States should promote
MX100-06                                 U.S. Government
Results                                 Nations in World Affairs     the spread of democracy throughout the world.
(Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text            Standard Text                              Objective Text

The Relationship of the           Evaluate, take, and defend positions on specific
American Foreign                        United States to Other            foreign policy issues in light of local community and
MX105-02                                 U.S. Government
Policy                                  Nations in World Affairs          state interests and constitutional principles.
(Economics; Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the         Evaluate, take, and defend positions on specific
United States to Other          foreign policy issues in light of local community and
MX100-01         Clarify the Issue       U.S. Government
Nations in World Affairs        state interests and constitutional principles.
(Economics; Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the         Evaluate, take, and defend positions on specific
Find Parallels and                        United States to Other          foreign policy issues in light of local community and
MX100-02                                 U.S. Government
Precedents                                Nations in World Affairs        state interests and constitutional principles.
(Economics; Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the         Evaluate, take, and defend positions on specific
United States to Other          foreign policy issues in light of local community and
MX100-03         Examine Influences      U.S. Government
Nations in World Affairs        state interests and constitutional principles.
(Economics; Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the         Evaluate, take, and defend positions on specific
United States to Other          foreign policy issues in light of local community and
MX100-04         Generate Alternatives   U.S. Government
Nations in World Affairs        state interests and constitutional principles.
(Economics; Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the         Evaluate, take, and defend positions on specific
United States to Other          foreign policy issues in light of local community and
MX100-05         Predict Consequences U.S. Government
Nations in World Affairs        state interests and constitutional principles.
(Economics; Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The Relationship of the         Evaluate, take, and defend positions on specific
Present and Justify                       United States to Other          foreign policy issues in light of local community and
MX100-06                                 U.S. Government
Results                                   Nations in World Affairs        state interests and constitutional principles.
(Economics; Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Making Decisions,                         Roles of Citizens in the United Explain the meaning of citizenship in the United
Seeking Consensus,                        States                          States and Indiana.
MX104-03                                 U.S. Government
and Resolving
Conflicts
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text              Standard Text                              Objective Text

Roles of Citizens in the United Describe roles of citizens in Indiana and the United
States                          States, including voting in public elections,
Making Decisions,
participating in voluntary associations of civil
Seeking Consensus,
MX104-03                                U.S. Government                                 society to promote the common good, and
and Resolving
participating in political activities to influence public
Conflicts
policy decisions of government. (Individuals,
Society, and Culture)
Roles of Citizens in the United Describe the political, personal, and economic
States                          rights of citizens embedded in the United States
Constitution and in constitutional law developed
MX104-01         Read the Rules         U.S. Government
through decisions of the United States Supreme
Court. (Economics; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Making Decisions,                      Roles of Citizens in the United Describe how citizens can monitor and influence
Seeking Consensus,                     States                          local, state, and national government as individuals
MX104-03                                U.S. Government
and Resolving                                                          and members of interest groups.
Conflicts
Early National Development:      Explain major ideas about government and key
Colonization and                          1775 to 1877                     rights rooted in the colonial and founding periods,
MX96-02                                   U.S. History
Settlement                                                                 which are embedded in key documents. (Civics and
Government)
Early National Development:      Explain major themes in the early national history
Colonization and
MX96-02                                   U.S. History     1775 to 1877                     of the United States.
Settlement
Early National Development:      Review and summarize key events and
1775 to 1877                     developments in the following periods of United
Colonization and
MX96-02                                   U.S. History                                      States history: Founding the Republic (1775-1801),
Settlement
Expansion and Reform (1801-1861), Civil War and
Reconstruction (1850-1877).
Early National Development:      Review and summarize key events and
1775 to 1877                     developments in the following periods of United
Revolution and the
MX96-03                                   U.S. History                                      States history: Founding the Republic (1775-1801),
New Nation
Expansion and Reform (1801-1861), Civil War and
Reconstruction (1850-1877).
Skill/ Strategy #    Skill/ Strategy Name   Strand Text           Standard Text                             Objective Text

Early National Development:   Develop and explain timelines of different periods
Colonization and
MX96-02                                  U.S. History   1775 to 1877                  of United States history before 1900.
Settlement
Early National Development:   Develop and explain timelines of different periods
Revolution and the
MX96-03                                  U.S. History   1775 to 1877                  of United States history before 1900.
New Nation
Early National Development:   Develop and explain timelines of different periods
Civil War and
MX96-05                                  U.S. History   1775 to 1877                  of United States history before 1900.
Reconstruction
Early National Development:   Develop and explain timelines of different periods
MX96-04          Expansion and Reform    U.S. History   1775 to 1877                  of United States history before 1900.

Early National Development:   Identify issues pertaining to slavery, sectionalism,
1775 to 1877                  and nationalism before the Civil War and analyze
Civil War and                                                        the interests, perspectives, and points of view of
MX96-05                                  U.S. History
Reconstruction                                                       those involved in the issue. (Civics and
Government; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

Development of the Industrial Identify and explain the importance of key events,
United States: 1870 to 1900 people, and groups associated with industrialization
and its impact on urbanization, immigration,
MX97-01          Industrialization       U.S. History                                 farmers, the labor movement, social reform, and
government regulation. (Economics; Civics and
Government; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

Development of the Industrial Describe the economic development by which the
United States: 1870 to 1900 United States became a major industrial power in
MX97-01          Industrialization       U.S. History
the world and identify the factors necessary for
industrialization. (Economics)
Development of the Industrial Explain the economic problems facing farmers
U.S. History   United States: 1870 to 1900 during the late nineteenth century. (Economics)
Skill/ Strategy #    Skill/ Strategy Name   Strand Text           Standard Text                            Objective Text

Development of the Industrial Explain how industrialization affected the
United States: 1870 to 1900 environment and the emergence of a conservation
MX97-01          Industrialization       U.S. History
movement. (Economics; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Development of the Industrial Analyze how new immigrant groups affected United
United States: 1870 to 1900 States society and culture generally and Indiana
MX97-01          Industrialization       U.S. History
particularly. (Individuals, Society, and Culture)

Development of the Industrial Identify the main ideas from primary sources, such
United States: 1870 to 1900 as nineteenth-century political cartoons, about
Identify Context and
MX98-01                                  U.S. History                                 urban government, corruption, and social reform.
Purpose
(Civics and Government; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Development of the Industrial Identify the main ideas from primary sources, such
United States: 1870 to 1900 as nineteenth-century political cartoons, about
MX98-02          Compare and Contrast    U.S. History                                 urban government, corruption, and social reform.
(Civics and Government; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Development of the Industrial Identify the main ideas from primary sources, such
United States: 1870 to 1900 as nineteenth-century political cartoons, about
MX98-03          Explain Discrepancies   U.S. History                                 urban government, corruption, and social reform.
(Civics and Government; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Development of the Industrial Identify the main ideas from primary sources, such
United States: 1870 to 1900 as nineteenth-century political cartoons, about
MX98-04          Build the Big Picture   U.S. History                                 urban government, corruption, and social reform.
(Civics and Government; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Development of the Industrial Identify the main ideas from primary sources, such
United States: 1870 to 1900 as nineteenth-century political cartoons, about
MX98-05          Draw Conclusions        U.S. History                                 urban government, corruption, and social reform.
(Civics and Government; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Skill/ Strategy #    Skill/ Strategy Name   Strand Text           Standard Text                            Objective Text

Development of the Industrial Compare primary sources from different
Identify Context and
MX98-01                                  U.S. History   United States: 1870 to 1900 perspectives about immigrant experiences in the
Purpose
urban setting. (Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Development of the Industrial Compare primary sources from different
MX98-02          Compare and Contrast    U.S. History   United States: 1870 to 1900 perspectives about immigrant experiences in the
urban setting. (Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Development of the Industrial Compare primary sources from different
MX98-03          Explain Discrepancies   U.S. History   United States: 1870 to 1900 perspectives about immigrant experiences in the
urban setting. (Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Development of the Industrial Compare primary sources from different
MX98-04          Build the Big Picture   U.S. History   United States: 1870 to 1900 perspectives about immigrant experiences in the
urban setting. (Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Development of the Industrial Compare primary sources from different
MX98-05          Draw Conclusions        U.S. History   United States: 1870 to 1900 perspectives about immigrant experiences in the
urban setting. (Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Emergence of the Modern       Identify and explain the importance of key events
Emergence of Modern
MX97-02                                  U.S. History   United States: 1897 to 1920 and people in the emergence of the United States
America
as a global power.
Emergence of the Modern       Identify and explain the importance of key events,
Emergence of Modern                    United States: 1897 to 1920 people, and groups associated with problems of
MX97-02                                  U.S. History
America                                                              industrial capitalism, urbanization, and political
corruption.
Emergence of the Modern       Explain the impact of Progressive ideas about
United States: 1897 to 1920 political reform on the expansion of democracy in
Emergence of Modern
MX97-02                                  U.S. History                                 local and state governments, especially Indiana,
America
and the federal government. (Civics and
Government; Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Emergence of the Modern       Explain the impact of the following ideas on society
United States: 1897 to 1920 and culture in the United States and Indiana and
describe the controversies that surrounded them:
MX97-01          Industrialization       U.S. History                                 Progressivism, muckraking, women's suffrage,
organized labor, temperance, prohibition, socialism,
square deal, and new nationalism. (Individuals,
Society, and Culture)
Skill/ Strategy #    Skill/ Strategy Name   Strand Text           Standard Text                            Objective Text

Emergence of the Modern       Analyze "The Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe
United States: 1897 to 1920   Doctrine" (1904). Explain how it modified the
Emergence of Modern
MX97-02                                  U.S. History                                 Monroe Doctrine (1823) and justified a new
America
direction in United States foreign policy. (Civics and
Government)
Emergence of the Modern       Analyze President Woodrow Wilson's "Fourteen
United States: 1897 to 1920   Points" Address to Congress (1918) and explain
Emergence of Modern
MX97-02                                  U.S. History                                 how it differed from proposals by French and British
America
leaders for a treaty to conclude World War I.
(Civics and Government; Geography)
Emergence of the Modern       Evaluate the positions of President Woodrow
United States: 1897 to 1920   Wilson and his opponents, such as Senator Henry
Cabot Lodge, in the debate over ratification of the
MX97-01          Industrialization       U.S. History
Versailles Treaty and United States participation in
the League of Nations. (Civics and Government)

The Modern United States in   Identify and explain the importance of key events,
Great Depression and
MX97-03                                  U.S. History   Prosperity and Depression:    people, and groups in the period of prosperity
World War II
1920 to 1940                  before the Great Depression.
The Modern United States in   Identify and explain the importance of key events,
Great Depression and
MX97-03                                  U.S. History   Prosperity and Depression:    people, and groups in the period of the Great
World War II
1920 to 1940                  Depression.
The Modern United States in   Compare and contrast the views of the Republican
Prosperity and Depression:    and Democratic parties during the 1920s and
Great Depression and                   1920 to 1940                  1930s and analyze continuity and change of views
MX97-03                                  U.S. History
World War II                                                         within each party from the 1920s through the
1930s. (Civics and Government)

The Modern United States in   Analyze the causes of economic prosperity in the
Prosperity and Depression:    1920s and economic depression in the 1930s and
Great Depression and
MX97-03                                  U.S. History   1920 to 1940                  describe the conflicts between business and labor.
World War II
(Economics; Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name   Strand Text           Standard Text                             Objective Text

The Modern United States in    Investigate the ways life was changing on the farm
Prosperity and Depression:     and in the city in the United States generally and in
1920 to 1940                   Indiana during the 1920s due to technological
Great Depression and
MX97-03                                 U.S. History                                  development, with particular emphasis on the
World War II
impact of the automobile industry. (Economics;
Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The Modern United States in    Explain the differing and changing perspectives
Prosperity and Depression:     about the role of the government in American
Great Depression and                  1920 to 1940                   society during the 1920s and 1930s by explaining
MX97-03                                 U.S. History
World War II                                                         the views of Presidents Harding, Coolidge, Hoover,
and Roosevelt. (Civics and Government)

The United States and World Analyze the causes of World War II in Europe and
Great Depression and
MX97-03                                 U.S. History   War II: 1939 to 1945        in the Pacific region and explain the involvement of
World War II
the United States in World War II.
The United States and World Identify and explain the importance of key events
Great Depression and
MX97-03                                 U.S. History   War II: 1939 to 1945        and people involved with the causes, course, and
World War II
consequences of World War II.
The United States and World Explain how the United States mobilized its
Great Depression and                  War II: 1939 to 1945        economic and military resources to achieve victory
MX97-03                                 U.S. History
World War II                                                      in World War II. (Economics; Civics and
Government)
The United States and World Analyze President Roosevelt's State of the Union
War II: 1939 to 1945        Message to Congress (1941), which is called "The
Great Depression and                                              Four Freedoms" message, to contrast civic and
MX97-03                                 U.S. History
World War II                                                      political values of the United States with those of
Nazi Germany. (Civics and Government)

The United States and World Investigate Hitler's "final solution" policy and the
Great Depression and
MX97-03                                 U.S. History   War II: 1939 to 1945        Allies' responses to the Holocaust.
World War II
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name    Strand Text           Standard Text                            Objective Text

The United States and World Use a variety of information sources, including
Great Depression and                   War II: 1939 to 1945        primary documents and oral histories, to identify
MX97-03                                  U.S. History
World War II                                                       and analyze perspectives on issues related to
World War II. (Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The United States and World Use a variety of information sources, including
Identify Context and                   War II: 1939 to 1945        primary documents and oral histories, to identify
MX98-01                                  U.S. History
Purpose                                                            and analyze perspectives on issues related to
World War II. (Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The United States and World Use a variety of information sources, including
War II: 1939 to 1945        primary documents and oral histories, to identify
MX98-02          Compare and Contrast    U.S. History
and analyze perspectives on issues related to
World War II. (Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The United States and World Use a variety of information sources, including
War II: 1939 to 1945        primary documents and oral histories, to identify
MX98-03          Explain Discrepancies   U.S. History
and analyze perspectives on issues related to
World War II. (Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The United States and World Use a variety of information sources, including
War II: 1939 to 1945        primary documents and oral histories, to identify
MX98-04          Build the Big Picture   U.S. History
and analyze perspectives on issues related to
World War II. (Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The United States and World Use a variety of information sources, including
War II: 1939 to 1945        primary documents and oral histories, to identify
MX98-05          Draw Conclusions        U.S. History
and analyze perspectives on issues related to
World War II. (Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Postwar United States: 1945 Identify and explain the importance of key events,
to 1960                     people, and groups related to the causes,
MX97-04          The Post-War Era        U.S. History
conditions, and consequences of the Cold War.

Postwar United States: 1945   Identify and explain the importance of key events,
to 1960                       people, and groups connected to domestic
MX97-04          The Post-War Era        U.S. History                                 problems and policies during the presidential
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name   Strand Text           Standard Text                             Objective Text

Postwar United States: 1945    Analyze President Truman's proclamation of a new
to 1960                        foreign policy, the Truman Doctrine, in his Address
to Congress (March 12, 1947) and evaluate his
MX97-04          The Post-War Era       U.S. History
decision to contain expansion of Soviet power in
the world. (Civics and Government)

Postwar United States: 1945    Analyze President Truman's announcement (June
to 1960                        27, 1950) that the United States would assist South
Korea to oppose an invasion by North Korea and
MX97-04          The Post-War Era       U.S. History                                  evaluate his decision to involve United States
armed forces in the Korean War. (Civics and
Government; Geography; Individuals, Society, and
Culture)
Postwar United States: 1945    Analyze the causes, conditions, and consequences
to 1960                        of the struggle for civil rights by African Americans.
MX97-04          The Post-War Era       U.S. History
(Economics; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

Postwar United States: 1945   Analyze and interpret the main ideas in President
MX97-04          The Post-War Era       U.S. History   to 1960                       Eisenhower's Farewell Address (1961). (Civics and
Government)
The United States in Troubled Identify and explain the importance of key events,
Times: 1960 to 1980           people, and groups associated with domestic
MX97-05          Contemporary America   U.S. History
problems and policies during the 1960s and 1970s.

The United States in Troubled Analyze and interpret the main ideas of the "I Have
Times: 1960 to 1980           a Dream" speech (1963) and the Letter from
MX97-05          Contemporary America   U.S. History                                 Birmingham City Jail (1963) by Reverend Martin
Luther King, Jr. (Individuals, Society, and Culture)

The United States in Troubled Identify and explain the importance of key events
Times: 1960 to 1980           and people associated with foreign policy during
MX97-05          Contemporary America   U.S. History
the 1960s and 1970s. (Civics and Government;
Individuals, Society, and Culture)
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name   Strand Text           Standard Text                             Objective Text

The United States in Troubled Trace and explain the events that led the United
MX97-04          The Post-War Era       U.S. History   Times: 1960 to 1980           States into and out of the Vietnam War.

The United States in Troubled Recognize the changing relationship, as
Times: 1960 to 1980           demonstrated in the Cuban Missile Crisis, the
space race, the Vietnam War, and the SALT
MX97-05          Contemporary America   U.S. History
agreements, between the United States and the
Soviet Union from 1960 to 1980. (Civics and
Government)
The United States in Troubled Analyze and explain the impact on American
Times: 1960 to 1980           society and culture of the new immigration policies
MX97-05          Contemporary America   U.S. History
after 1965 that led to a new wave of immigration.
(Individuals, Society, and Culture)
The United States in Troubled Trace and explain the gains made by women and
MX97-05          Contemporary America   U.S. History   Times: 1960 to 1980           minorities during the 1960s and 1970s. (Individuals,
Society, and Culture)
The United States in Troubled Analyze Richard Nixon's decision to resign and
MX97-05          Contemporary America   U.S. History   Times: 1960 to 1980           explain the importance of this decision on
constitutional grounds. (Civics and Government)
The Contemporary United       Identify and explain the importance of key events
MX97-05          Contemporary America   U.S. History   States: 1980 to the Present   and people associated with domestic problems and
policies from 1980 to 2001.
The Contemporary United       Analyze and evaluate President Ronald Reagan's
States: 1980 to the Present   decision to confront and contest the Soviet Union
MX97-05          Contemporary America   U.S. History                                 and its satellite countries in foreign affairs (known
as the Reagan Doctrine). (Civics and Government)

Historical Research            Locate and analyze primary and secondary sources
Identify Context and
MX98-01                                 U.S. History                                  presenting differing perspectives on events and
Purpose
issues of the past.
Historical Research            Locate and analyze primary and secondary sources
MX98-02          Compare and Contrast   U.S. History                                  presenting differing perspectives on events and
issues of the past.
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name    Strand Text            Standard Text                            Objective Text

Historical Research             Locate and analyze primary and secondary sources
MX98-03          Explain Discrepancies   U.S. History                                    presenting differing perspectives on events and
issues of the past.
Historical Research             Locate and analyze primary and secondary sources
MX98-04          Build the Big Picture   U.S. History                                    presenting differing perspectives on events and
issues of the past.
Historical Research             Locate and analyze primary and secondary sources
MX98-05          Draw Conclusions        U.S. History                                    presenting differing perspectives on events and
issues of the past.
Scientific, Political, and      Trace the origins and consequences of the English
Industrial Revolutions: 1500 to Civil War on the government and society of
1900                            England, and explain the significance of the
Colonization and                                                        Glorious Revolution of 1688 for the development of
MX96-02                                  World History
Settlement                                                              popular government and liberty in England and its
colonies in North America. (Economics; Civics and
Government; Individuals, Society, and Culture)

Scientific, Political, and      Compare and contrast the causes and events of
Industrial Revolutions: 1500 to the American and French Revolutions of the late
1900                            eighteenth century and their consequences for the
Revolution and the
MX96-03                                  World History                                   growth of liberty, equality, and democracy in
New Nation
Europe, North America, and other parts of the
world. (Civics and Government; Individuals,
Society, and Culture)
An Era of Global Conflicts,     Trace and explain the antecedents, causes, major
Challenges, Controversies,      events, and global consequences of World War II,
Great Depression and
MX97-03                                  World History   and Changes: 1900 to the        including the Holocaust. (Civics and Government;
World War II
Present                         Individuals, Society, and Culture)

An Era of Global Conflicts,    Explain the origins and purposes of the United
Great Depression and                    Challenges, Controversies,     Nations in the context of World War I and World
MX97-03                                  World History
World War II                            and Changes: 1900 to the       War II.
Present
Skill/ Strategy #   Skill/ Strategy Name    Strand Text            Standard Text                   Objective Text

Historical Research    Locate and analyze primary and secondary sources
Identify Context and
MX98-01                                  World History                          presenting differing perspectives on events and
Purpose
issues of the past.
Historical Research    Locate and analyze primary and secondary sources
MX98-02          Compare and Contrast    World History                          presenting differing perspectives on events and
issues of the past.
Historical Research    Locate and analyze primary and secondary sources
MX98-03          Explain Discrepancies   World History                          presenting differing perspectives on events and
issues of the past.
Historical Research    Locate and analyze primary and secondary sources
MX98-04          Build the Big Picture   World History                          presenting differing perspectives on events and
issues of the past.
Historical Research    Locate and analyze primary and secondary sources
MX98-05          Draw Conclusions        World History                          presenting differing perspectives on events and
issues of the past.

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