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State: Indiana Grades: 9-12 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 General Quadratic 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 Add or Subtract 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 Add or Subtract 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. Solve Quadratic Quadratic, Cubic, and Radical Solve quadratic equations by factoring. MX09-03 Algebra I Equations Equations Solve Quadratic Quadratic, Cubic, and Radical Solve quadratic equations in which a perfect MX09-03 Algebra I Equations Equations square equals a constant. Solve Quadratic Quadratic, Cubic, and Radical Complete the square to solve quadratic MX09-03 Algebra I Equations Equations equations. Quadratic, Cubic, and Radical Derive the quadratic formula by completing Algebra I Equations the square. Solve Quadratic Quadratic, Cubic, and Radical Solve quadratic equations using the quadratic MX09-03 Algebra I Equations Equations formula. Use Quadratic Quadratic, Cubic, and Radical Use quadratic equations to solve word 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, Use Your Calculator 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 # Quadratic Equations and Graph quadratic functions. Apply Functions transformations to quadratic functions. Find MX109-01 Time for a Change Algebra II and interpret the zeros and maximum or minimum value of quadratic functions. Use Quadratic Quadratic Equations and Solve word problems using quadratic 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 Use Your Calculator 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. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 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. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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. Quadrilaterals Describe, classify, and understand relationships among the quadrilaterals MX16-01 Parallelograms Geometry square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram, trapezoid, and kite. Quadrilaterals Describe, classify, and understand relationships among the quadrilaterals MX16-02 Rectangles Geometry square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram, trapezoid, and kite. Quadrilaterals Describe, classify, and understand relationships among the quadrilaterals MX16-03 Rhombus Geometry square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram, trapezoid, and kite. Quadrilaterals Describe, classify, and understand relationships among the quadrilaterals MX16-04 Squares Geometry square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram, trapezoid, and kite. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Quadrilaterals Describe, classify, and understand relationships among the quadrilaterals 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. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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, Use Your Calculator 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 Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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- Add Labels and Draw on 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 spreadsheet program. 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 spreadsheet program. 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. Skill/ 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 Add or Subtract 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. Use Quadratic Algebra and Functions Solve quadratic equations using the quadratic MX58-03 Integrated Math I Equations formula. Use Quadratic Algebra and Functions Use quadratic equations to solve word 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 other quadratics. 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 Two Squares other quadratics. 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 Use Quadratic Algebra and Functions Solve quadratic equations by factoring. 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 Use Quadratic Algebra and Functions Solve word problems using quadratic 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 Use Your Calculator 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 relationships among the quadrilaterals MX16-01 Parallelograms Integrated Math III square, rectangles, rhombus, parallelogram, trapezoid, and kite. Geometry and Measurement Describe, classify, and understand relationships among the quadrilaterals MX16-02 Rectangles Integrated Math III square, rectangles, rhombus, parallelogram, trapezoid, and kite. Geometry and Measurement Describe, classify, and understand relationships among the quadrilaterals MX16-03 Rhombus Integrated Math III square, rectangles, rhombus, parallelogram, trapezoid, and kite. Geometry and Measurement Describe, classify, and understand relationships among the quadrilaterals 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 relationships among the quadrilaterals 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 Grades: 9-12 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 READING: Comprehension and Generate relevant questions about readings on Comprehension Analysis of Grade- issues that can be researched. The Writing MX30-01 9 (Focus on Level-Appropriate Process Informational Text Materials) READING: Comprehension and Generate relevant questions about readings on 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 READING: Comprehension and Generate relevant questions about readings on 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 Classify and Response and Grade-Level- characters say about themselves in narration, 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. 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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. 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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 PX45-04 Proofreading 9 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. 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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 graphs; anticipate and address readers' potential 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 graphs; anticipate and address readers' potential 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 graphs; anticipate and address readers' potential 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 graphs; anticipate and address readers' potential 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 graphs; anticipate and address readers' potential 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 graphs; anticipate and address readers' potential 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 graphs; anticipate and address readers' potential 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 graphs; anticipate and address readers' potential 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 readers' concerns, counterclaims, biases, and 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 readers' concerns, counterclaims, biases, and 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 readers' concerns, counterclaims, biases, and 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 readers' concerns, counterclaims, biases, and 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 readers' concerns, counterclaims, biases, and 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, Frame Your Applications adjusting tone, style, and voice as appropriate. 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, MX28-03 Irony 10 Response and Grade-Level- subtleties, contradictions, ironies, and 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, and graphs; anticipate and address readers' 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, and graphs; anticipate and address readers' 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, and graphs; anticipate and address readers' 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, and graphs; anticipate and address readers' 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, and graphs; anticipate and address readers' 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, and graphs; anticipate and address readers' 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, and graphs; anticipate and address readers' 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, and graphs; anticipate and address readers' 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 readers' concerns, counterclaims, biases, and 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 readers' concerns, counterclaims, biases, and 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 readers' concerns, counterclaims, biases, and 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 readers' concerns, counterclaims, biases, and 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 readers' concerns, counterclaims, biases, and expectations. Skill/ Strategy Skill/ Strategy slc name Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text # Name WRITING: NULL Write for different purposes and audiences, Frame Your Applications adjusting tone, style, and voice as appropriate. 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 Materials) address reader concerns and counterclaims. 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, MX45-03 Add Some Style 11 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 Start with a 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, MX45-03 Add Some Style 12 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 Grades: 9-12 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. MX76-03 Adaptation in Action 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 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 Skill/ Strategy # Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 MX76-01 Biology Evolution and provides additional detail about the sequence in 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 MX76-03 Adaptation in Action Biology Evolution and provides additional detail about the sequence in 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 have advantageous characteristics will increase. 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 Skill/ Strategy # Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 aggregation of these inherited advantages would lead 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 Skill/ Strategy # Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 Skill/ Strategy # Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 Skill/ Strategy # Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 Skill/ Strategy # Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 remains of dead organisms. 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 remains of dead organisms. 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 remains of dead organisms. 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 remains of dead organisms. 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 Skill/ Strategy # Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 Skill/ Strategy # Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 Skill/ Strategy # Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 Skill/ Strategy # Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 Skill/ Strategy # Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 Waves polarization of such radiation. 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 Skill/ Strategy # Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 Skill/ Strategy # Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text 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 Grades: 9-12 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 involve opportunity costs and tradeoffs. Scarcity and Economic Explain how consumers and producers confront the Understand Business MX102-02 Economics Reasoning condition of scarcity, by making choices which Behavior involve opportunity costs and tradeoffs. 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 Understand Business MX102-02 Economics as an incentive for entrepreneurs to accept the Behavior risks of business failure. 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 risks of business failure. Supply and Demand Demonstrate how supply and demand determine Understand Business 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 disadvantages of each. 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 Understand Business MX102-02 Economics lowers costs and prices and encourages producers Behavior to produce more. Market Structures Explain ways that firms engage in price and Understand Business MX102-02 Economics nonprice competition. Behavior Market Structures Describe the benefits of natural monopolies (economies of scale) and the purposes of MX101-03 Markets and Trade Economics 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) Trade Explain the benefits of trade among individuals, MX101-03 Markets and Trade Economics regions, and countries. (Geography; Individuals, Society, and Culture) Trade Define trade barriers, such as quotas and tariffs. 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. Trade Explain how most trade occurs because of a 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 MX101-03 Markets and Trade Economics and other countries. (Individuals, Society, and Culture) Trade Evaluate the arguments for and against free trade. MX101-03 Markets and Trade Economics 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 administrations of Truman and Eisenhower. 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.