# Consumer Rights Contracts in Virginia

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State: Virginia
Content: Mathematics

Standard Correlation Date: 9/03
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy   Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX09-02    Solve Linear                    Algebra I       The student will solve multistep linear equations and
Equations With                                  inequalities in one variable, solve literal equations (formulas)
One Unknown                                     for a given variable, and apply these skills to solve practical
problems. Graphing calculators will be used to confirm
algebraic solutions.
MX11-04    Solve Linear                    Algebra I       The student will solve multistep linear equations and
Inequalities in                                 inequalities in one variable, solve literal equations (formulas)
One Unknown                                     for a given variable, and apply these skills to solve practical
problems. Graphing calculators will be used to confirm
algebraic solutions.
PX37-02    Use Your                        Algebra I       The student will solve multistep linear equations and
Calculator                                      inequalities in one variable, solve literal equations (formulas)
Sparingly                                       for a given variable, and apply these skills to solve practical
problems. Graphing calculators will be used to confirm
algebraic solutions.
PX17-01    Add or Subtract                 Algebra I       The student will represent verbal quantitative situations
to Cancel Out                                   algebraically and evaluate these expressions for given
Numbers                                         replacement values of the variables. Students will choose an
appropriate computational technique, such as mental
mathematics, calculator, or paper and pencil.
PX17-02    Multiply or                     Algebra I       The student will represent verbal quantitative situations
Divide to                                       algebraically and evaluate these expressions for given
Cancel Out                                      replacement values of the variables. Students will choose an
Numbers                                         appropriate computational technique, such as mental
mathematics, calculator, or paper and pencil.
PX17-03    Plug In                         Algebra I       The student will represent verbal quantitative situations
Numbers                                         algebraically and evaluate these expressions for given
replacement values of the variables. Students will choose an
appropriate computational technique, such as mental
mathematics, calculator, or paper and pencil.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy   Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
PX17-04    Make the                         Algebra I       The student will represent verbal quantitative situations
Center Look                                      algebraically and evaluate these expressions for given
Like the                                         replacement values of the variables. Students will choose an
Columns                                          appropriate computational technique, such as mental
mathematics, calculator, or paper and pencil.
PX17-05     Eliminate                       Algebra I       The student will represent verbal quantitative situations
Choices                                         algebraically and evaluate these expressions for given
replacement values of the variables. Students will choose an
appropriate computational technique, such as mental
mathematics, calculator, or paper and pencil.
PX37-02     Use Your                        Algebra I       The student will represent verbal quantitative situations
Calculator                                      algebraically and evaluate these expressions for given
Sparingly                                       replacement values of the variables. Students will choose an
appropriate computational technique, such as mental
mathematics, calculator, or paper and pencil.
MX09-01     Solve Equations                 Algebra I       The student will justify steps used in simplifying expressions
by Substitution                                 and solving equations and inequalities. Justifications will
include the use of concrete objects; pictorial representations;
and the properties of real numbers, equality, and inequality.

MX09-02     Solve Linear                    Algebra I       The student will justify steps used in simplifying expressions
Equations With                                  and solving equations and inequalities. Justifications will
One Unknown                                     include the use of concrete objects; pictorial representations;
and the properties of real numbers, equality, and inequality.

MX09-03     Solve Quadratic                 Algebra I       The student will justify steps used in simplifying expressions
Equations                                       and solving equations and inequalities. Justifications will
include the use of concrete objects; pictorial representations;
and the properties of real numbers, equality, and inequality.

MX09-04     Solve Equations                 Algebra I       The student will justify steps used in simplifying expressions
With More Than                                  and solving equations and inequalities. Justifications will
One Unknown                                     include the use of concrete objects; pictorial representations;
and the properties of real numbers, equality, and inequality.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy   Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX09-05    Use a Solution                   Algebra I       The student will justify steps used in simplifying expressions
of One Equation                                  and solving equations and inequalities. Justifications will
to Solve                                         include the use of concrete objects; pictorial representations;
Another                                          and the properties of real numbers, equality, and inequality.

MX09-06    General                          Algebra I       The student will justify steps used in simplifying expressions
Quadratic                                        and solving equations and inequalities. Justifications will
Equations                                        include the use of concrete objects; pictorial representations;
Using a                                          and the properties of real numbers, equality, and inequality.
Formula
MX11-01    Add or Subtract                  Algebra I       The student will justify steps used in simplifying expressions
Quantities to                                    and solving equations and inequalities. Justifications will
Inequalities                                     include the use of concrete objects; pictorial representations;
and the properties of real numbers, equality, and inequality.

MX11-02    Multiply or                      Algebra I       The student will justify steps used in simplifying expressions
Divide an                                        and solving equations and inequalities. Justifications will
Inequality                                       include the use of concrete objects; pictorial representations;
and the properties of real numbers, equality, and inequality.

MX11-03    Find the                         Algebra I       The student will justify steps used in simplifying expressions
Product of Two                                   and solving equations and inequalities. Justifications will
Numbers or                                       include the use of concrete objects; pictorial representations;
Expressions in                                   and the properties of real numbers, equality, and inequality.
Inequalities
MX11-04    Solve Linear                     Algebra I       The student will justify steps used in simplifying expressions
Inequalities in                                  and solving equations and inequalities. Justifications will
One Unknown                                      include the use of concrete objects; pictorial representations;
and the properties of real numbers, equality, and inequality.

MX11-05    Solve Higher                     Algebra I       The student will justify steps used in simplifying expressions
Order                                            and solving equations and inequalities. Justifications will
Inequalities in                                  include the use of concrete objects; pictorial representations;
One Unknown                                      and the properties of real numbers, equality, and inequality.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy   Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX11-06    Use Inequalities                 Algebra I       The student will justify steps used in simplifying expressions
to Compare                                       and solving equations and inequalities. Justifications will
Fractions                                        include the use of concrete objects; pictorial representations;
and the properties of real numbers, equality, and inequality.

MX66-01    Addition and                     Algebra I       The student will use matrices to organize and manipulate data,
Subtraction                                      including matrix addition, subtraction, and scalar multiplication.
Data will arise from business, industrial, and consumer
situations.
MX66-02    Scalar                           Algebra I       The student will use matrices to organize and manipulate data,
Multiplication                                   including matrix addition, subtraction, and scalar multiplication.
Data will arise from business, industrial, and consumer
situations.
MX109-02   Form and                         Algebra I       The student will create and use tabular, symbolic, graphical,
Function                                         verbal, and physical representations to analyze a given set of
data for the existence of a pattern, determine the domain and
range of relations, and identify the relations that are functions.

MX09-01    Solve Equations                  Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
by Substitution                                  technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
graphing calculator.
MX09-02    Solve Linear                     Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
Equations With                                   technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
One Unknown                                      two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
graphing calculator.
MX09-03    Solve Quadratic                  Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
Equations                                        technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
graphing calculator.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy   Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX09-04    Solve Equations                 Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
With More Than                                  technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
One Unknown                                     two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
graphing calculator.
MX09-05    Use a Solution                  Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
of One Equation                                 technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
to Solve                                        two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
Another                                         intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
graphing calculator.
MX09-06    General                         Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
Quadratic                                       technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
Equations                                       two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
Using a                                         intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
Formula                                         graphing calculator.
MX11-01    Add or Subtract                 Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
Quantities to                                   technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
Inequalities                                    two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
graphing calculator.
MX11-02    Multiply or                     Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
Divide an                                       technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
Inequality                                      two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
graphing calculator.
MX11-03    Find the                        Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
Product of Two                                  technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
Numbers or                                      two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
Expressions in                                  intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
Inequalities                                    graphing calculator.
MX11-04    Solve Linear                    Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
Inequalities in                                 technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
One Unknown                                     two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
graphing calculator.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy    Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX11-05    Solve Higher                      Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
Order                                             technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
Inequalities in                                   two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
One Unknown                                       intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
graphing calculator.
MX11-06     Use Inequalities                 Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
to Compare                                       technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
Fractions                                        two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
graphing calculator.
MX13-01     Number Lines                     Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
graphing calculator.
PX37-02     Colons and                       Algebra I       The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
Semicolons                                       technique to graph linear functions and linear inequalities in
two variables. Techniques will include slope-intercept, x- and y-
intercepts, graphing by transformation, and the use of the
graphing calculator.
MX13-08     Find the Slope                   Algebra I       The student will determine the slope of a line when given an
equation of the line, the graph of the line, or two points on the
line. Slope will be described as rate of change and will be
positive, negative, zero, or undefined. The graphing calculator
will be used to investigate the effect of changes in the slope on
the graph of the line.
MX55-02     Solve Systems                    Algebra I       The student will determine the slope of a line when given an
of Linear                                        equation of the line, the graph of the line, or two points on the
Equations                                        line. Slope will be described as rate of change and will be
Graphically                                      positive, negative, zero, or undefined. The graphing calculator
will be used to investigate the effect of changes in the slope on
the graph of the line.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy   Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX56-02    Solve a Line-                   Algebra I       The student will determine the slope of a line when given an
Parabola                                        equation of the line, the graph of the line, or two points on the
System                                          line. Slope will be described as rate of change and will be
Graphically                                     positive, negative, zero, or undefined. The graphing calculator
will be used to investigate the effect of changes in the slope on
the graph of the line.
MX13-03    Distance                        Algebra I       The student will determine the slope of a line when given an
Between Two                                     equation of the line, the graph of the line, or two points on the
Points                                          line. Slope will be described as rate of change and will be
positive, negative, zero, or undefined. The graphing calculator
will be used to investigate the effect of changes in the slope on
the graph of the line.
MX109-01   Time for a                      Algebra I       The student will determine the slope of a line when given an
Change                                          equation of the line, the graph of the line, or two points on the
line. Slope will be described as rate of change and will be
positive, negative, zero, or undefined. The graphing calculator
will be used to investigate the effect of changes in the slope on
the graph of the line.
PX37-02    Use Your                        Algebra I       The student will determine the slope of a line when given an
Calculator                                      equation of the line, the graph of the line, or two points on the
Sparingly                                       line. Slope will be described as rate of change and will be
positive, negative, zero, or undefined. The graphing calculator
will be used to investigate the effect of changes in the slope on
the graph of the line.
MX13-01    Number Lines                    Algebra I       The student will write an equation of a line when given the
graph of the line, two points on the line, or the slope and a
point on the line.
MX13-05    Plot the Graph                  Algebra I       The student will write an equation of a line when given the
of a Line                                       graph of the line, two points on the line, or the slope and a
point on the line.
MX09-04    Solve Equations                 Algebra I       The student will solve systems of two linear equations in two
With More Than                                  variables both algebraically and graphically and apply these
One Unknown                                     techniques to solve practical problems. Graphing calculators
will be used both as a primary tool for solution and to confirm
an algebraic solution.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy   Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
PX37-02    Use Your                        Algebra I       The student will solve systems of two linear equations in two
Calculator                                      variables both algebraically and graphically and apply these
Sparingly                                       techniques to solve practical problems. Graphing calculators
will be used both as a primary tool for solution and to confirm
an algebraic solution.
MX12-01    Exponents                       Algebra I       The student will apply the laws of exponents to perform
operations on expressions with integral exponents, using
scientific notation when appropriate.
MX08-01    Find Common                     Algebra I       The student will factor completely first- and second-degree
Factors                                         binomials and trinomials in one or two variables. The graphing
calculator will be used as a tool for factoring and for confirming
algebraic factorizations.
MX08-03    Factor                          Algebra I       The student will factor completely first- and second-degree
Trinomials into                                 binomials and trinomials in one or two variables. The graphing
Binomials                                       calculator will be used as a tool for factoring and for confirming
algebraic factorizations.
PX37-02    Use Your                        Algebra I       The student will factor completely first- and second-degree
Calculator                                      binomials and trinomials in one or two variables. The graphing
Sparingly                                       calculator will be used as a tool for factoring and for confirming
algebraic factorizations.
MX21-04    Approximate                     Algebra I       The student will express the square root of a whole number in
Square Roots                                    simplest radical form and approximate square roots to the
nearest tenth.
MX09-03    Solve Quadratic                 Algebra I       The student will solve quadratic equations in one variable both
Equations                                       algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
both as a primary tool in solving problems and to verify
algebraic solutions.
MX109-02   Form and                        Algebra I       The student will, given a rule, find the values of a function for
Function                                        elements in its domain and locate the zeros of the function
both algebraically and with a graphing calculator. The value of
f(x) will be related to the ordinate on the graph.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy                Strand Text                  Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
PX37-02    Use Your                                                    Algebra I       The student will, given a rule, find the values of a function for
Calculator                                                                  elements in its domain and locate the zeros of the function
Sparingly                                                                   both algebraically and with a graphing calculator. The value of
f(x) will be related to the ordinate on the graph.

MX111-01   Understand                                                  Algebra I       The student will, given a set of data points, write an equation
Scatter plot                                                                for a line of best fit and use the equation to make predictions.
Data
MX49-01    Box-and-                                                    Algebra I       The student will compare and contrast multiple one-variable
Whisker and                                                                 data sets, using statistical techniques that include measures of
Stem-and-Leaf                                                               central tendency, range, and box-and-whisker graphs.
Plots
PX02-01    Translate       The student will construct and judge the    Geometry        translating a short verbal argument into symbolic form;
Words into      validity of a logical argument consisting
Math            of a set of premises and a conclusion.
This will include
MX25-04    Venn Diagrams The student will construct and judge the      Geometry        using Venn diagrams to represent set relationships; and
validity of a logical argument consisting
of a set of premises and a conclusion.
This will include
MX13-01    Number Lines The student will use pictorial                 Geometry        investigating and using formulas for finding distance, midpoint,
representations, including computer                         and slope;
software, constructions, and coordinate
methods, to solve problems involving
symmetry and transformation. This will
include
MX50-01    Translation and The student will use pictorial              Geometry        determining whether a figure has been translated, reflected, or
Reflection      representations, including computer                         rotated.
software, constructions, and coordinate
methods, to solve problems involving
symmetry and transformation. This will
include
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy               Strand Text                 Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX50-02    Dilation and     The student will use pictorial            Geometry        determining whether a figure has been translated, reflected, or
Rotation         representations, including computer                       rotated.
software, constructions, and coordinate
methods, to solve problems involving
symmetry and transformation. This will
include
MX54-01    The Language The student will use pictorial                Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving
of Geometry      representations, including computer                       complementary, supplementary, and congruent angles that
software, constructions, and coordinate                   include vertical angles, angles formed when parallel lines are
methods, to solve problems involving                      cut by a transversal, and angles in polygons.
symmetry and transformation. This will
include
MX54-02    Congruence       The student will use pictorial            Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving
and Similarity   representations, including computer                       complementary, supplementary, and congruent angles that
software, constructions, and coordinate                   include vertical angles, angles formed when parallel lines are
methods, to solve problems involving                      cut by a transversal, and angles in polygons.
symmetry and transformation. This will
include
MX16-06    Regular and      The student will use pictorial            Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving
Irregular        representations, including computer                       complementary, supplementary, and congruent angles that
Polygons and     software, constructions, and coordinate                   include vertical angles, angles formed when parallel lines are
Other Shapes methods, to solve problems involving                          cut by a transversal, and angles in polygons.
symmetry and transformation. This will
include
MX54-01    The Language The student will                              Geometry        investigate and identify congruence and similarity relationships
of Geometry                                                                between triangles; and
MX54-02    Congruence       The student will                          Geometry        investigate and identify congruence and similarity relationships
and Similarity                                                             between triangles; and
MX54-01    The Language The student will                              Geometry        prove two triangles are congruent or similar, given information
of Geometry                                                                in the form of a figure or statement, using algebraic and
coordinate as well as deductive proofs.
MX54-02     Congruence       The student will                         Geometry        prove two triangles are congruent or similar, given information
and Similarity                                                            in the form of a figure or statement, using algebraic and
coordinate as well as deductive proofs.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy             Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX15-01    Triangle Basics The student will           Geometry        prove two triangles are congruent or similar, given information
in the form of a figure or statement, using algebraic and
coordinate as well as deductive proofs.
MX15-02    Perpendicular     The student will         Geometry        prove two triangles are congruent or similar, given information
Bisectors                                                  in the form of a figure or statement, using algebraic and
coordinate as well as deductive proofs.
MX15-03    Equilateral       The student will         Geometry        prove two triangles are congruent or similar, given information
Triangles                                                  in the form of a figure or statement, using algebraic and
coordinate as well as deductive proofs.
MX15-04    Altitude          The student will         Geometry        prove two triangles are congruent or similar, given information
in the form of a figure or statement, using algebraic and
coordinate as well as deductive proofs.
MX15-05    Area and          The student will         Geometry        prove two triangles are congruent or similar, given information
Perimeter of                                               in the form of a figure or statement, using algebraic and
Triangles                                                  coordinate as well as deductive proofs.
MX15-06    Area and          The student will         Geometry        prove two triangles are congruent or similar, given information
Perimeter of                                               in the form of a figure or statement, using algebraic and
Right Triangles                                            coordinate as well as deductive proofs.
MX15-07    Area and          The student will         Geometry        prove two triangles are congruent or similar, given information
Perimeter of                                               in the form of a figure or statement, using algebraic and
Equilateral                                                coordinate as well as deductive proofs.
Triangles
MX15-01    Triangle Basics   The student will         Geometry        The student, given information concerning the lengths of sides
and/or measures of angles, will apply the triangle inequality
properties to determine whether a triangle exists and to order
sides and angles. These concepts will be considered in the
context of practical situations.
MX15-02    Perpendicular     The student will         Geometry        The student, given information concerning the lengths of sides
Bisectors                                                  and/or measures of angles, will apply the triangle inequality
properties to determine whether a triangle exists and to order
sides and angles. These concepts will be considered in the
context of practical situations.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX15-03    Equilateral      The student will           Geometry        The student, given information concerning the lengths of sides
Triangles                                                   and/or measures of angles, will apply the triangle inequality
properties to determine whether a triangle exists and to order
sides and angles. These concepts will be considered in the
context of practical situations.
MX15-04    Altitude        The student will            Geometry        The student, given information concerning the lengths of sides
and/or measures of angles, will apply the triangle inequality
properties to determine whether a triangle exists and to order
sides and angles. These concepts will be considered in the
context of practical situations.
MX15-05    Area and        The student will            Geometry        The student, given information concerning the lengths of sides
Perimeter of                                                and/or measures of angles, will apply the triangle inequality
Triangles                                                   properties to determine whether a triangle exists and to order
sides and angles. These concepts will be considered in the
context of practical situations.
MX15-06    Area and        The student will            Geometry        The student, given information concerning the lengths of sides
Perimeter of                                                and/or measures of angles, will apply the triangle inequality
Right Triangles                                             properties to determine whether a triangle exists and to order
sides and angles. These concepts will be considered in the
context of practical situations.
MX15-07    Area and        The student will            Geometry        The student, given information concerning the lengths of sides
Perimeter of                                                and/or measures of angles, will apply the triangle inequality
Equilateral                                                 properties to determine whether a triangle exists and to order
Triangles                                                   sides and angles. These concepts will be considered in the
context of practical situations.
MX15-02    Perpendicular   The student will            Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving right
Bisectors                                                   triangles by using the Pythagorean Theorem, properties of
special right triangles, and right triangle trigonometry.
Solutions will be expressed in radical form or as decimal
approximations.
MX16-02    Rectangles      The student will            Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving right
triangles by using the Pythagorean Theorem, properties of
special right triangles, and right triangle trigonometry.
Solutions will be expressed in radical form or as decimal
approximations.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX16-04    Squares         The student will           Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving right
triangles by using the Pythagorean Theorem, properties of
special right triangles, and right triangle trigonometry.
Solutions will be expressed in radical form or as decimal
approximations.
MX04-01    Multiply and      The student will         Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving right
Divide by                                                  triangles by using the Pythagorean Theorem, properties of
Powers of 10                                               special right triangles, and right triangle trigonometry.
Solutions will be expressed in radical form or as decimal
approximations.
MX04-02    Convert           The student will         Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving right
Between                                                    triangles by using the Pythagorean Theorem, properties of
Decimals and                                               special right triangles, and right triangle trigonometry.
Fractions                                                  Solutions will be expressed in radical form or as decimal
approximations.
MX04-03    Perform           The student will         Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving right
Arithmetic with                                            triangles by using the Pythagorean Theorem, properties of
Decimals                                                   special right triangles, and right triangle trigonometry.
Solutions will be expressed in radical form or as decimal
approximations.
MX04-04    Scientific        The student will         Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving right
Notation                                                   triangles by using the Pythagorean Theorem, properties of
special right triangles, and right triangle trigonometry.
Solutions will be expressed in radical form or as decimal
approximations.
MX21-01    Round Off         The student will         Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving right
triangles by using the Pythagorean Theorem, properties of
special right triangles, and right triangle trigonometry.
Solutions will be expressed in radical form or as decimal
approximations.
MX21-02    Approximate       The student will         Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving right
Sums                                                       triangles by using the Pythagorean Theorem, properties of
special right triangles, and right triangle trigonometry.
Solutions will be expressed in radical form or as decimal
approximations.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX21-03    Approximate     The student will           Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving right
Products                                                   triangles by using the Pythagorean Theorem, properties of
special right triangles, and right triangle trigonometry.
Solutions will be expressed in radical form or as decimal
approximations.
MX21-04    Approximate     The student will           Geometry        The student will solve practical problems involving right
Square Roots                                               triangles by using the Pythagorean Theorem, properties of
special right triangles, and right triangle trigonometry.
Solutions will be expressed in radical form or as decimal
approximations.
MX40-01    Angles and      The student will           Geometry        investigate and identify properties of quadrilaterals involving
Trigonometric                                              opposite sides and angles, consecutive sides and angles, and
Functions                                                  diagonals;
MX14-02    Angles          The student will           Geometry        investigate and identify properties of quadrilaterals involving
opposite sides and angles, consecutive sides and angles, and
diagonals;
MX14-03    Complimentary The student will             Geometry        investigate and identify properties of quadrilaterals involving
and                                                        opposite sides and angles, consecutive sides and angles, and
Supplementary                                              diagonals;
Angles
MX14-04    Vertical Angles The student will           Geometry        investigate and identify properties of quadrilaterals involving
opposite sides and angles, consecutive sides and angles, and
diagonals;
MX16-01    Parallelograms The student will            Geometry        prove these properties of quadrilaterals, using algebraic and
coordinate methods as well as deductive reasoning; and

MX16-01    Parallelograms The student will            Geometry        use properties of quadrilaterals to solve practical problems.

MX16-06    Regular and     The student will           Geometry        The student will use measures of interior and exterior angles
Irregular                                                  of polygons to solve problems. Tessellations and tiling
Polygons and                                               problems will be used to make connections to art,
Other Shapes                                               construction, and nature.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy           Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX18-01    Tangents to a The student will           Geometry        The student will investigate and solve practical problems
Circle                                                   involving circles, using properties of angles, arcs, chords,
tangents, and secants. Problems will include finding arc length
and the area of a sector, and may be drawn from applications
of architecture, art, and construction.
MX18-02    Central Angles   The student will        Geometry        The student will investigate and solve practical problems
involving circles, using properties of angles, arcs, chords,
tangents, and secants. Problems will include finding arc length
and the area of a sector, and may be drawn from applications
of architecture, art, and construction.
MX18-03    Inscribed        The student will        Geometry        The student will investigate and solve practical problems
Angles                                                   involving circles, using properties of angles, arcs, chords,
tangents, and secants. Problems will include finding arc length
and the area of a sector, and may be drawn from applications
of architecture, art, and construction.
MX18-04    Two Tangents     The student will        Geometry        The student will investigate and solve practical problems
to a Circle                                              involving circles, using properties of angles, arcs, chords,
tangents, and secants. Problems will include finding arc length
and the area of a sector, and may be drawn from applications
of architecture, art, and construction.
MX18-05    Area and         The student will        Geometry        The student will investigate and solve practical problems
Circumference                                            involving circles, using properties of angles, arcs, chords,
of a Circle                                              tangents, and secants. Problems will include finding arc length
and the area of a sector, and may be drawn from applications
of architecture, art, and construction.
MX15-02    Perpendicular    The student will        Geometry        The student will construct a line segment congruent to a given
Bisectors                                                line segment, the bisector of a line segment, a perpendicular
to a given line from a point not on the line, a perpendicular to a
given line at a point on the line, the bisector of a given angle,
and an angle congruent to a given angle.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX110-01 Change a          The student will           Geometry        The student will make a model of a three-dimensional figure
Dimension                                                  from a two-dimensional drawing and make a two-dimensional
representation of a three-dimensional object. Models and
representations will include scale drawings, perspective
drawings, blueprints, or computer simulations.
MX110-01   Change a         The student will          Geometry        The student will use formulas for surface area and volume of
Dimension                                                  three-dimensional objects to solve practical problems.
Calculators will be used to find decimal approximations for
results.
PX37-02    Use Your         The student will          Geometry        The student will use formulas for surface area and volume of
Calculator                                                 three-dimensional objects to solve practical problems.
Sparingly                                                  Calculators will be used to find decimal approximations for
results.
MX110-01   Change a         The student will          Geometry        determine how changes in one dimension of an object affect
Dimension                                                  area and/or volume of the object.

MX01-01    Fractions and The student will             Algebra II      add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions
Mixed Numbers                                              containing positive rational numbers and variables and
expressions containing rational exponents; and

MX01-02    Equivalent       The student will          Algebra II      add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions
Fractions                                                  containing positive rational numbers and variables and
expressions containing rational exponents; and

MX01-03    Multiply and     The student will          Algebra II      add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions
Divide Fractions                                           containing positive rational numbers and variables and
expressions containing rational exponents; and

Subtract                                                   containing positive rational numbers and variables and
Fractions                                                  expressions containing rational exponents; and

MX12-01    Exponents        The student will          Algebra II      write radical expressions as expressions containing rational
exponents and vice versa.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX20-04    Absolute Values The student will           Algebra II      The student will solve absolute value equations and
inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
algebraic solutions.
MX11-01    Add or Subtract The student will           Algebra II      The student will solve absolute value equations and
Quantities to                                              inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
Inequalities                                               will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
algebraic solutions.
MX11-02    Multiply or      The student will          Algebra II      The student will solve absolute value equations and
Divide an                                                  inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
Inequality                                                 will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
algebraic solutions.
MX11-03    Find the        The student will           Algebra II      The student will solve absolute value equations and
Product of Two                                             inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
Numbers or                                                 will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
Expressions in                                             algebraic solutions.
Inequalities
MX11-04    Solve Linear    The student will           Algebra II      The student will solve absolute value equations and
Inequalities in                                            inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
One Unknown                                                will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
algebraic solutions.
MX11-05    Solve Higher     The student will          Algebra II      The student will solve absolute value equations and
Order                                                      inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
Inequalities in                                            will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
One Unknown                                                algebraic solutions.
MX11-06    Use Inequalities The student will          Algebra II      The student will solve absolute value equations and
to Compare                                                 inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
Fractions                                                  will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
algebraic solutions.
PX37-02    Use Your         The student will          Algebra II      The student will solve absolute value equations and
Calculator                                                 inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
Sparingly                                                  will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
algebraic solutions.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy         Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX08-01    Find Common The student will           Algebra II      The student will identify and factor completely polynomials
Factors                                                representing the difference of squares, perfect square
trinomials, the sum and difference of cubes, and general
trinomials.
MX09-03   Solve Quadratic The student will        Algebra II      The student will select, justify, and apply a technique to solve a
Equations                                               quadratic equation over the set of complex numbers. Graphing
calculators will be used for solving and for confirming the
algebraic solutions.
PX37-02   Use Your        The student will        Algebra II      The student will select, justify, and apply a technique to solve a
Calculator                                              quadratic equation over the set of complex numbers. Graphing
Sparingly                                               calculators will be used for solving and for confirming the
algebraic solutions.
MX09-01   Solve Equations The student will        Algebra II      The student will solve equations containing rational
by Substitution                                         expressions and equations containing radical expressions
algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.
MX09-02   Solve Linear   The student will         Algebra II      The student will solve equations containing rational
Equations With                                          expressions and equations containing radical expressions
One Unknown                                             algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.
MX09-03   Solve Quadratic The student will        Algebra II      The student will solve equations containing rational
Equations                                               expressions and equations containing radical expressions
algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.
MX09-04   Solve Equations The student will        Algebra II      The student will solve equations containing rational
With More Than                                          expressions and equations containing radical expressions
One Unknown                                             algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.

MX09-05   Use a Solution The student will         Algebra II      The student will solve equations containing rational
of One Equation                                         expressions and equations containing radical expressions
to Solve                                                algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
Another                                                 for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX09-06    General          The student will           Algebra II      The student will solve equations containing rational
Equations                                                   algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
Using a                                                     for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.
Formula
PX37-02    Use Your         The student will           Algebra II      The student will solve equations containing rational
Calculator                                                  expressions and equations containing radical expressions
Sparingly                                                   algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.
MX55-01    Solve Systems   The student will            Algebra II      The student will recognize multiple representations of
of Linear                                                   functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value, step, and
Equations                                                   exponential functions) and convert between a graph, a table,
Algebraically                                               and symbolic form. A transformational approach to graphing
will be employed through the use of graphing calculators.

MX55-02    Solve Systems   The student will            Algebra II      The student will recognize multiple representations of
of Linear                                                   functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value, step, and
Equations                                                   exponential functions) and convert between a graph, a table,
Graphically                                                 and symbolic form. A transformational approach to graphing
will be employed through the use of graphing calculators.

MX56-01    Solve a Line-   The student will            Algebra II      The student will recognize multiple representations of
Parabola                                                    functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value, step, and
System                                                      exponential functions) and convert between a graph, a table,
Algebraically                                               and symbolic form. A transformational approach to graphing
will be employed through the use of graphing calculators.

MX56-02    Solve a Line-   The student will            Algebra II      The student will recognize multiple representations of
Parabola                                                    functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value, step, and
System                                                      exponential functions) and convert between a graph, a table,
Graphically                                                 and symbolic form. A transformational approach to graphing
will be employed through the use of graphing calculators.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX56-03    Solve a Line-   The student will           Algebra II      The student will recognize multiple representations of
Circle System                                              functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value, step, and
Algebraically                                              exponential functions) and convert between a graph, a table,
and symbolic form. A transformational approach to graphing
will be employed through the use of graphing calculators.

MX56-04    Solve a Line-   The student will           Algebra II      The student will recognize multiple representations of
Circle System                                              functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value, step, and
Graphically                                                exponential functions) and convert between a graph, a table,
and symbolic form. A transformational approach to graphing
will be employed through the use of graphing calculators.

MX20-04    Absolute Values The student will           Algebra II      The student will recognize multiple representations of
functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value, step, and
exponential functions) and convert between a graph, a table,
and symbolic form. A transformational approach to graphing
will be employed through the use of graphing calculators.

MX23-01    Tables and      The student will           Algebra II      The student will recognize multiple representations of
Charts                                                     functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value, step, and
exponential functions) and convert between a graph, a table,
and symbolic form. A transformational approach to graphing
will be employed through the use of graphing calculators.

PX37-02    Use Your        The student will           Algebra II      The student will recognize multiple representations of
Calculator                                                 functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value, step, and
Sparingly                                                  exponential functions) and convert between a graph, a table,
and symbolic form. A transformational approach to graphing
will be employed through the use of graphing calculators.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX109-01 Time for a        The student will           Algebra II      The student will find the domain, range, zeros, and inverse of
Change                                                     a function; the value of a function for a given element in its
domain; and the composition of multiple functions. Functions
will include exponential, logarithmic, and those that have
domains and ranges that are limited and/or discontinuous. The
graphing calculator will be used as a tool to assist in
investigation of functions.
MX109-02   Form and       The student will            Algebra II      The student will find the domain, range, zeros, and inverse of
Function                                                   a function; the value of a function for a given element in its
domain; and the composition of multiple functions. Functions
will include exponential, logarithmic, and those that have
domains and ranges that are limited and/or discontinuous. The
graphing calculator will be used as a tool to assist in
investigation of functions.
MX12-01    Exponents      The student will            Algebra II      The student will find the domain, range, zeros, and inverse of
a function; the value of a function for a given element in its
domain; and the composition of multiple functions. Functions
will include exponential, logarithmic, and those that have
domains and ranges that are limited and/or discontinuous. The
graphing calculator will be used as a tool to assist in
investigation of functions.
MX12-02    Roots          The student will            Algebra II      The student will find the domain, range, zeros, and inverse of
a function; the value of a function for a given element in its
domain; and the composition of multiple functions. Functions
will include exponential, logarithmic, and those that have
domains and ranges that are limited and/or discontinuous. The
graphing calculator will be used as a tool to assist in
investigation of functions.
MX12-03    Evaluate       The student will            Algebra II      The student will find the domain, range, zeros, and inverse of
Expressions                                                a function; the value of a function for a given element in its
Involving                                                  domain; and the composition of multiple functions. Functions
Exponents                                                  will include exponential, logarithmic, and those that have
domains and ranges that are limited and/or discontinuous. The
graphing calculator will be used as a tool to assist in
investigation of functions.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX63-01    Bases and       The student will           Algebra II      The student will find the domain, range, zeros, and inverse of
Powers                                                     a function; the value of a function for a given element in its
domain; and the composition of multiple functions. Functions
will include exponential, logarithmic, and those that have
domains and ranges that are limited and/or discontinuous. The
graphing calculator will be used as a tool to assist in
investigation of functions.
MX13-07    The X-Intercept The student will           Algebra II      The student will investigate and describe through the use of
graphs the relationships between the solution of an equation,
zero of a function, x-intercept of a graph, and factors of a
polynomial expression.
MX66-01    Addition and     The student will          Algebra II      The student will use matrix multiplication to solve practical
Subtraction                                                problems. Graphing calculators or computer programs with
matrix capabilities will be used to find the product.
MX66-02    Scalar           The student will          Algebra II      The student will use matrix multiplication to solve practical
Multiplication                                             problems. Graphing calculators or computer programs with
matrix capabilities will be used to find the product.
PX37-02    Use Your         The student will          Algebra II      The student will use matrix multiplication to solve practical
Calculator                                                 problems. Graphing calculators or computer programs with
Sparingly                                                  matrix capabilities will be used to find the product.
MX55-01    Solve Systems    The student will          Algebra II      The student will represent problem situations with a system of
of Linear                                                  linear equations and solve the system, using the inverse
Equations                                                  matrix method. Graphing calculators or computer programs
Algebraically                                              with matrix capability will be used to perform computations.

MX55-02    Solve Systems    The student will          Algebra II      The student will represent problem situations with a system of
of Linear                                                  linear equations and solve the system, using the inverse
Equations                                                  matrix method. Graphing calculators or computer programs
Graphically                                                with matrix capability will be used to perform computations.

PX37-02    Use Your         The student will          Algebra II      The student will represent problem situations with a system of
Calculator                                                 linear equations and solve the system, using the inverse
Sparingly                                                  matrix method. Graphing calculators or computer programs
with matrix capability will be used to perform computations.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy           Strand Text   Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX57-01    Solve Systems The student will           Algebra II      The student will solve practical problems, using systems of
of Inequalities                                          linear inequalities and linear programming, and describe the
Algebraically                                            results both orally and in writing. A graphing calculator will be
used to facilitate solutions to linear programming problems.

MX57-02    Solve Systems     The student will       Algebra II      The student will solve practical problems, using systems of
of Inequalities                                          linear inequalities and linear programming, and describe the
Graphically                                              results both orally and in writing. A graphing calculator will be
used to facilitate solutions to linear programming problems.

PX37-02    Use Your          The student will       Algebra II      The student will solve practical problems, using systems of
Calculator                                               linear inequalities and linear programming, and describe the
Sparingly                                                results both orally and in writing. A graphing calculator will be
used to facilitate solutions to linear programming problems.

MX56-01    Solve a Line-     The student will       Algebra II      The student will solve nonlinear systems of equations,
System                                                   algebraically and graphically. The graphing calculator will be
Algebraically                                            used as a tool to visualize graphs and predict the number of
solutions.
MX56-02    Solve a Line-     The student will       Algebra II      The student will solve nonlinear systems of equations,
System                                                   algebraically and graphically. The graphing calculator will be
Graphically                                              used as a tool to visualize graphs and predict the number of
solutions.
MX56-03    Solve a Line-     The student will       Algebra II      The student will solve nonlinear systems of equations,
Algebraically                                            algebraically and graphically. The graphing calculator will be
used as a tool to visualize graphs and predict the number of
solutions.
MX56-04    Solve a Line-     The student will       Algebra II      The student will solve nonlinear systems of equations,
Graphically                                              algebraically and graphically. The graphing calculator will be
used as a tool to visualize graphs and predict the number of
solutions.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
PX37-02    Use Your        The student will           Algebra II      The student will solve nonlinear systems of equations,
Sparingly                                                  algebraically and graphically. The graphing calculator will be
used as a tool to visualize graphs and predict the number of
solutions.
MX56-01    Solve a Line-   The student will           Algebra II      The student will identify conic sections (circle, ellipse,
Parabola                                                   parabola, and hyperbola) from his/her equations. Given the
System                                                     equations in (h, k) form, the student will sketch graphs of conic
Algebraically                                              sections, using transformations.
MX56-02    Solve a Line-   The student will           Algebra II      The student will identify conic sections (circle, ellipse,
Parabola                                                   parabola, and hyperbola) from his/her equations. Given the
System                                                     equations in (h, k) form, the student will sketch graphs of conic
Graphically                                                sections, using transformations.
MX56-03    Solve a Line-   The student will           Algebra II      The student will identify conic sections (circle, ellipse,
Circle System                                              parabola, and hyperbola) from his/her equations. Given the
Algebraically                                              equations in (h, k) form, the student will sketch graphs of conic
sections, using transformations.
MX56-04    Solve a Line-   The student will           Algebra II      The student will identify conic sections (circle, ellipse,
Circle System                                              parabola, and hyperbola) from his/her equations. Given the
Graphically                                                equations in (h, k) form, the student will sketch graphs of conic
sections, using transformations.
MX50-01    Translation and The student will           Algebra II      The student will identify conic sections (circle, ellipse,
Reflection                                                 parabola, and hyperbola) from his/her equations. Given the
equations in (h, k) form, the student will sketch graphs of conic
sections, using transformations.
MX50-02    Dilation and    The student will           Algebra II      The student will identify conic sections (circle, ellipse,
Rotation                                                   parabola, and hyperbola) from his/her equations. Given the
equations in (h, k) form, the student will sketch graphs of conic
sections, using transformations.
MX111-01   Understand      The student will           Algebra II      The student will collect and analyze data to make predictions
Scatter plot                                               and solve practical problems. Graphing calculators will be
Data                                                       used to investigate scatterplots and to determine the equation
for a curve of best fit. Models will include linear, quadratic,
exponential, and logarithmic functions.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy           Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX55-01    Solve Systems The student will           Algebra II      The student will collect and analyze data to make predictions
of Linear                                                and solve practical problems. Graphing calculators will be
Equations                                                used to investigate scatterplots and to determine the equation
Algebraically                                            for a curve of best fit. Models will include linear, quadratic,
exponential, and logarithmic functions.

MX55-02    Solve Systems   The student will         Algebra II      The student will collect and analyze data to make predictions
of Linear                                                and solve practical problems. Graphing calculators will be
Equations                                                used to investigate scatterplots and to determine the equation
Graphically                                              for a curve of best fit. Models will include linear, quadratic,
exponential, and logarithmic functions.

MX58-03    Use Quadratic   The student will         Algebra II      The student will collect and analyze data to make predictions
Equations                                                and solve practical problems. Graphing calculators will be
used to investigate scatterplots and to determine the equation
for a curve of best fit. Models will include linear, quadratic,
exponential, and logarithmic functions.

MX12-01    Exponents       The student will         Algebra II      The student will collect and analyze data to make predictions
and solve practical problems. Graphing calculators will be
used to investigate scatterplots and to determine the equation
for a curve of best fit. Models will include linear, quadratic,
exponential, and logarithmic functions.

MX12-02    Roots           The student will         Algebra II      The student will collect and analyze data to make predictions
and solve practical problems. Graphing calculators will be
used to investigate scatterplots and to determine the equation
for a curve of best fit. Models will include linear, quadratic,
exponential, and logarithmic functions.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX12-03    Evaluate         The student will           Algebra II      The student will collect and analyze data to make predictions
Expressions                                                 and solve practical problems. Graphing calculators will be
Involving                                                   used to investigate scatterplots and to determine the equation
Exponents                                                   for a curve of best fit. Models will include linear, quadratic,
exponential, and logarithmic functions.

MX63-01    Bases and        The student will           Algebra II      The student will collect and analyze data to make predictions
Powers                                                      and solve practical problems. Graphing calculators will be
used to investigate scatterplots and to determine the equation
for a curve of best fit. Models will include linear, quadratic,
exponential, and logarithmic functions.

MX40-01    Angles and       The student will           Trigonometry    The student will use the definitions of the six trigonometric
Trigonometric                                               functions to find the sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant,
Functions                                                   and cosecant of an angle in standard position, given a point,
other than the origin, on the terminal side of the angle. Circular
function definitions will be connected with trigonometric
function definitions.
MX40-02    Trigonometric    The student will           Trigonometry    The student will use the definitions of the six trigonometric
Identities and                                              functions to find the sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant,
Formulas                                                    and cosecant of an angle in standard position, given a point,
other than the origin, on the terminal side of the angle. Circular
function definitions will be connected with trigonometric
function definitions.
MX40-03    Periodicity of   The student will           Trigonometry    The student will use the definitions of the six trigonometric
Trigonometric                                               functions to find the sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant,
Functions                                                   and cosecant of an angle in standard position, given a point,
other than the origin, on the terminal side of the angle. Circular
function definitions will be connected with trigonometric
function definitions.
MX40-01    Angles and       The student will           Trigonometry    The student, given the value of one trigonometric function, will
Trigonometric                                               find the values of the other trigonometric functions. Properties
Functions                                                   of the unit circle and definitions of circular functions will be
applied.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text                Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX40-01    Angles and       The student will                        Trigonometry    The student will find without the aid of a calculating utility the
Trigonometric                                                            values of the trigonometric functions of the special angles and
Functions                                                                their related angles as found in the unit circle. This will include
converting radians to degrees and vice versa.

MX40-01    Angles and       The student will                        Trigonometry    The student will find with the aid of a calculator the value of
Trigonometric                                                            any trigonometric function and inverse trigonometric function.
Functions
MX40-02    Trigonometric    The student will                        Trigonometry    The student will verify basic trigonometric identities and make
Identities and                                                           substitutions, using the basic identities.
Formulas
MX110-01   Change a         The student, given one of the six        Trigonometry   state the domain and the range of the function;
Dimension        trigonometric functions in standard form
will
MX110-02   Change a         The student, given one of the six        Trigonometry   state the domain and the range of the function;
Variable         trigonometric functions in standard form
will
MX40-03    Periodicity of   The student, given one of the six        Trigonometry   The student will identify the domain and range of the inverse
Trigonometric    trigonometric functions in standard form                trigonometric functions and recognize the graphs of these
Functions        will                                                    functions. Restrictions on the domains of the inverse
trigonometric functions will be included.
MX15-01    Triangle Basics The student, given one of the six        Trigonometry    The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
trigonometric functions in standard form                 involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
will                                                     trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-02    Perpendicular    The student, given one of the six        Trigonometry   The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Bisectors        trigonometric functions in standard form                involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
will                                                    trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-03    Equilateral      The student, given one of the six        Trigonometry   The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Triangles        trigonometric functions in standard form                involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
will                                                    trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy                Strand Text                Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX15-04    Altitude         The student, given one of the six        Trigonometry   The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
trigonometric functions in standard form                involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
will                                                    trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-05    Area and         The student, given one of the six        Trigonometry   The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Perimeter of     trigonometric functions in standard form                involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
Triangles        will                                                    trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-06    Area and         The student, given one of the six        Trigonometry   The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Perimeter of     trigonometric functions in standard form                involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
Right Triangles will                                                     trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-07    Area and         The student, given one of the six        Trigonometry   The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Perimeter of     trigonometric functions in standard form                involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
Equilateral      will                                                    trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Triangles                                                                Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX20-04    Absolute Values The student will                          Algebra II and The student will solve absolute value equations and
Trigonometry   inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
algebraic solutions.
MX11-01    Add or Subtract The student will                          Algebra II and The student will solve absolute value equations and
Quantities to                                             Trigonometry   inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
Inequalities                                                             will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
algebraic solutions.
MX11-02    Multiply or      The student will                         Algebra II and The student will solve absolute value equations and
Divide an                                                 Trigonometry   inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
Inequality                                                               will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
algebraic solutions.
MX11-03    Find the         The student will                         Algebra II and The student will solve absolute value equations and
Product of Two                                            Trigonometry   inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
Numbers or                                                               will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
Expressions in                                                           algebraic solutions.
Inequalities
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX11-04    Solve Linear     The student will           Algebra II and   The student will solve absolute value equations and
Inequalities in                             Trigonometry     inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
One Unknown                                                  will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
algebraic solutions.
MX11-05    Solve Higher     The student will           Algebra II and   The student will solve absolute value equations and
Order                                       Trigonometry     inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
Inequalities in                                              will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
One Unknown                                                  algebraic solutions.
MX11-06    Use Inequalities The student will           Algebra II and   The student will solve absolute value equations and
to Compare                                  Trigonometry     inequalities graphically and algebraically. Graphing calculators
Fractions                                                    will be used as a primary method of solution and to verify
algebraic solutions.
MX09-03    Solve Quadratic The student will            Algebra II and   The student will select, justify, and apply a technique to solve a
Equations                                   Trigonometry     quadratic equation over the set of complex numbers. Graphing
calculators will be used for solving and for confirming the
algebraic solutions.
PX37-02    Use Your         The student will           Algebra II and   The student will select, justify, and apply a technique to solve a
Calculator                                  Trigonometry     quadratic equation over the set of complex numbers. Graphing
Sparingly                                                    calculators will be used for solving and for confirming the
algebraic solutions.
MX09-01    Solve Equations The student will            Algebra II and   The student will solve equations containing rational
by Substitution                             Trigonometry     expressions and equations containing radical expressions
algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.
MX09-02    Solve Linear   The student will             Algebra II and   The student will solve equations containing rational
Equations With                              Trigonometry     expressions and equations containing radical expressions
One Unknown                                                  algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.
MX09-03    Solve Quadratic The student will            Algebra II and   The student will solve equations containing rational
Equations                                   Trigonometry     expressions and equations containing radical expressions
algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX09-04    Solve Equations The student will           Algebra II and   The student will solve equations containing rational
With More Than                             Trigonometry     expressions and equations containing radical expressions
One Unknown                                                 algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.

MX09-05    Use a Solution The student will            Algebra II and   The student will solve equations containing rational
of One Equation                            Trigonometry     expressions and equations containing radical expressions
to Solve                                                    algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
Another                                                     for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.
MX09-06    General         The student will           Algebra II and   The student will solve equations containing rational
Equations                                                   algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
Using a                                                     for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.
Formula
PX37-02    Use Your        The student will           Algebra II and   The student will solve equations containing rational
Calculator                                 Trigonometry     expressions and equations containing radical expressions
Sparingly                                                   algebraically and graphically. Graphing calculators will be used
for solving and for confirming the algebraic solutions.
MX109-01   Time for a      The student will           Algebra II and   The student will recognize multiple representations of
Change                                     Trigonometry     functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value, step, and
exponential functions) and convert between a graph, a table,
and symbolic form. A transformational approach to graphing
will be employed through the use of graphing calculators.

PX37-02    Use Your        The student will           Algebra II and   The student will recognize multiple representations of
Calculator                                 Trigonometry     functions (linear, quadratic, absolute value, step, and
Sparingly                                                   exponential functions) and convert between a graph, a table,
and symbolic form. A transformational approach to graphing
will be employed through the use of graphing calculators.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX109-01 Time for a        The student will           Algebra II and   The student will find the domain, range, zeros, and inverse of
Change                                     Trigonometry     a function; the value of a function for a given element in its
domain; and the composition of multiple functions. Functions
will include exponential, logarithmic, and those that have
domains and ranges that are limited and/or discontinuous. The
graphing calculator will be used as a tool to assist in
investigation of functions.
MX109-02   Form and          The student will         Algebra II and   The student will find the domain, range, zeros, and inverse of
Function                                   Trigonometry     a function; the value of a function for a given element in its
domain; and the composition of multiple functions. Functions
will include exponential, logarithmic, and those that have
domains and ranges that are limited and/or discontinuous. The
graphing calculator will be used as a tool to assist in
investigation of functions.
PX37-02    Use Your          The student will         Algebra II and   The student will find the domain, range, zeros, and inverse of
Calculator                                 Trigonometry     a function; the value of a function for a given element in its
Sparingly                                                   domain; and the composition of multiple functions. Functions
will include exponential, logarithmic, and those that have
domains and ranges that are limited and/or discontinuous. The
graphing calculator will be used as a tool to assist in
investigation of functions.
MX13-07                      The student will         Algebra II and   The student will investigate and describe through the use of
Trigonometry     graphs the relationships between the solution of an equation,
The X-Intercept
zero of a function, x-intercept of a graph, and factors of a
polynomial expression.
MX66-01                      The student will         Algebra II and   The student will use matrix multiplication to solve practical
Trigonometry     problems. Graphing calculators or computer programs with
Subtraction
matrix capabilities will be used to find the product.
MX66-02                      The student will         Algebra II and   The student will use matrix multiplication to solve practical
Scalar
Trigonometry     problems. Graphing calculators or computer programs with
Multiplication
matrix capabilities will be used to find the product.
PX37-02    Use Your          The student will         Algebra II and   The student will use matrix multiplication to solve practical
Calculator                                 Trigonometry     problems. Graphing calculators or computer programs with
Sparingly                                                   matrix capabilities will be used to find the product.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy           Strand Text   Standard Text                             Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX55-01    Solve Systems The student will           Algebra II and   The student will represent problem situations with a system of
of Linear                                Trigonometry     linear equations and solve the system, using the inverse
Equations                                                 matrix method. Graphing calculators or computer programs
Algebraically                                             with matrix capability will be used to perform computations.

MX55-02    Solve Systems     The student will       Algebra II and   The student will represent problem situations with a system of
of Linear                                Trigonometry     linear equations and solve the system, using the inverse
Equations                                                 matrix method. Graphing calculators or computer programs
Graphically                                               with matrix capability will be used to perform computations.

MX53-01    Recognize         The student will       Algebra II and   The student will represent problem situations with a system of
Famous                                   Trigonometry     linear equations and solve the system, using the inverse
Patterns                                                  matrix method. Graphing calculators or computer programs
with matrix capability will be used to perform computations.

MX53-02    Solve Pattern     The student will       Algebra II and   The student will represent problem situations with a system of
Problems                                 Trigonometry     linear equations and solve the system, using the inverse
matrix method. Graphing calculators or computer programs
with matrix capability will be used to perform computations.

PX37-02    Use Your          The student will       Algebra II and   The student will represent problem situations with a system of
Calculator                               Trigonometry     linear equations and solve the system, using the inverse
Sparingly                                                 matrix method. Graphing calculators or computer programs
with matrix capability will be used to perform computations.

MX11-04    Solve Linear      The student will       Algebra II and   The student will solve practical problems, using systems of
Inequalities in                          Trigonometry     linear inequalities and linear programming, and describe the
One Unknown                                               results both orally and in writing. A graphing calculator will be
used to facilitate solutions to linear programming problems.

PX02-01    Translate         The student will       Algebra II and   The student will solve practical problems, using systems of
Words into                               Trigonometry     linear inequalities and linear programming, and describe the
Math                                                      results both orally and in writing. A graphing calculator will be
used to facilitate solutions to linear programming problems.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                             Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
PX37-02    Use Your        The student will           Algebra II and   The student will solve practical problems, using systems of
Calculator                                 Trigonometry     linear inequalities and linear programming, and describe the
Sparingly                                                   results both orally and in writing. A graphing calculator will be
used to facilitate solutions to linear programming problems.

MX09-03    Solve Quadratic The student will           Algebra II and   The student will solve nonlinear systems of equations,
algebraically and graphically. The graphing calculator will be
used as a tool to visualize graphs and predict the number of
solutions.
MX09-06    General         The student will           Algebra II and   The student will solve nonlinear systems of equations,
Equations                                                   algebraically and graphically. The graphing calculator will be
Using a                                                     used as a tool to visualize graphs and predict the number of
Formula                                                     solutions.
MX58-03    Use Quadratic   The student will           Algebra II and   The student will solve nonlinear systems of equations,
algebraically and graphically. The graphing calculator will be
used as a tool to visualize graphs and predict the number of
solutions.
MX09-03    Solve Quadratic The student will           Algebra II and   The student will solve nonlinear systems of equations,
algebraically and graphically. The graphing calculator will be
used as a tool to visualize graphs and predict the number of
solutions.
PX37-02    Use Your        The student will           Algebra II and   The student will solve nonlinear systems of equations,
Sparingly                                                   algebraically and graphically. The graphing calculator will be
used as a tool to visualize graphs and predict the number of
solutions.
MX12-01    Exponents       The student will           Algebra II and   The student will recognize the general shape of polynomial,
Trigonometry     exponential, and logarithmic functions. The graphing calculator
will be used as a tool to investigate the shape and behavior of
these functions.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX12-02    Roots           The student will           Algebra II and   The student will recognize the general shape of polynomial,
Trigonometry     exponential, and logarithmic functions. The graphing calculator
will be used as a tool to investigate the shape and behavior of
these functions.
MX12-03    Evaluate          The student will         Algebra II and   The student will recognize the general shape of polynomial,
Expressions                                Trigonometry     exponential, and logarithmic functions. The graphing calculator
Involving                                                   will be used as a tool to investigate the shape and behavior of
Exponents                                                   these functions.
MX63-01    Bases and         The student will         Algebra II and   The student will recognize the general shape of polynomial,
Powers                                     Trigonometry     exponential, and logarithmic functions. The graphing calculator
will be used as a tool to investigate the shape and behavior of
these functions.
PX37-02    Use Your          The student will         Algebra II and   The student will recognize the general shape of polynomial,
Calculator                                 Trigonometry     exponential, and logarithmic functions. The graphing calculator
Sparingly                                                   will be used as a tool to investigate the shape and behavior of
these functions.
MX04-03    Perform           The student will         Algebra II and   The student will investigate and apply the properties of
Arithmetic with                            Trigonometry     arithmetic and geometric sequences and series to solve
Decimals                                                    practical problems, including writing the first n terms, finding
the nth term, and evaluating summation formulas. Notation will
n.
MX04-04    Scientific        The student will         Algebra II and   The student will investigate and apply the properties of
Notation                                   Trigonometry     arithmetic and geometric sequences and series to solve
practical problems, including writing the first n terms, finding
the nth term, and evaluating summation formulas. Notation will
n.
PX12-01    Simplify to       The student will         Algebra II and   The student will perform operations on complex numbers and
Avoid Tedious                              Trigonometry     express the results in simplest form. Simplifying results will
Calculations                                                involve using patterns of the powers of i.
MX56-01    Solve a Line-     The student will         Algebra II and   The student will identify conic sections (circle, ellipse,
Parabola                                   Trigonometry     parabola, and hyperbola) from his/her equations. Given the
System                                                      equations in (h, k) form, the student will sketch graphs of conic
Algebraically                                               sections, using transformations.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX56-02    Solve a Line-   The student will           Algebra II and   The student will identify conic sections (circle, ellipse,
Parabola                                   Trigonometry     parabola, and hyperbola) from his/her equations. Given the
System                                                      equations in (h, k) form, the student will sketch graphs of conic
Graphically                                                 sections, using transformations.
MX56-03    Solve a Line-   The student will           Algebra II and   The student will identify conic sections (circle, ellipse,
Circle System                              Trigonometry     parabola, and hyperbola) from his/her equations. Given the
Algebraically                                               equations in (h, k) form, the student will sketch graphs of conic
sections, using transformations.
MX56-04    Solve a Line-   The student will           Algebra II and   The student will identify conic sections (circle, ellipse,
Circle System                              Trigonometry     parabola, and hyperbola) from his/her equations. Given the
Graphically                                                 equations in (h, k) form, the student will sketch graphs of conic
sections, using transformations.
MX50-01    Translation and The student will           Algebra II and   The student will identify conic sections (circle, ellipse,
Reflection                                 Trigonometry     parabola, and hyperbola) from his/her equations. Given the
equations in (h, k) form, the student will sketch graphs of conic
sections, using transformations.
MX50-02    Dilation and    The student will           Algebra II and   The student will identify conic sections (circle, ellipse,
Rotation                                   Trigonometry     parabola, and hyperbola) from his/her equations. Given the
equations in (h, k) form, the student will sketch graphs of conic
sections, using transformations.
MX111-01   Understand      The student will           Algebra II and   The student will collect and analyze data to make predictions
Scatter plot                               Trigonometry     and solve practical problems. Graphing calculators will be
Data                                                        used to investigate scatter plots and to determine the equation
for a curve of best fit. Models will include linear, quadratic,
exponential, and logarithmic functions.

MX109-01   Time for a      The student will           Algebra II and   The student will collect and analyze data to make predictions
Change                                     Trigonometry     and solve practical problems. Graphing calculators will be
used to investigate scatter plots and to determine the equation
for a curve of best fit. Models will include linear, quadratic,
exponential, and logarithmic functions.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text   Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX109-02 Form and           The student will           Algebra II and   The student will collect and analyze data to make predictions
Function                                    Trigonometry     and solve practical problems. Graphing calculators will be
used to investigate scatter plots and to determine the equation
for a curve of best fit. Models will include linear, quadratic,
exponential, and logarithmic functions.

PX37-02    Use Your         The student will           Algebra II and   The student will collect and analyze data to make predictions
Calculator                                  Trigonometry     and solve practical problems. Graphing calculators will be
Sparingly                                                    used to investigate scatter plots and to determine the equation
for a curve of best fit. Models will include linear, quadratic,
exponential, and logarithmic functions.

MX40-01    Angles and       The student will           Algebra II and   The student will use the definitions of the six trigonometric
Trigonometric                               Trigonometry     functions to find the sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant,
Functions                                                    and cosecant of an angle in standard position, given a point,
other than the origin, on the terminal side of the angle. Circular
function definitions will be connected with trigonometric
function definitions.
MX40-02    Trigonometric    The student will           Algebra II and   The student will use the definitions of the six trigonometric
Identities and                              Trigonometry     functions to find the sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant,
Formulas                                                     and cosecant of an angle in standard position, given a point,
other than the origin, on the terminal side of the angle. Circular
function definitions will be connected with trigonometric
function definitions.
MX40-03    Periodicity of   The student will           Algebra II and   The student will use the definitions of the six trigonometric
Trigonometric                               Trigonometry     functions to find the sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant,
Functions                                                    and cosecant of an angle in standard position, given a point,
other than the origin, on the terminal side of the angle. Circular
function definitions will be connected with trigonometric
function definitions.
MX40-01    Angles and       The student will           Algebra II and   The student, given the value of one trigonometric function, will
Trigonometric                               Trigonometry     find the values of the other trigonometric functions. Properties
Functions                                                    of the unit circle and definitions of circular functions will be
applied.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy           Strand Text                       Standard Text                             Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX40-02    Trigonometric The student will                               Algebra II and   The student, given the value of one trigonometric function, will
Identities and                                               Trigonometry     find the values of the other trigonometric functions. Properties
Formulas                                                                      of the unit circle and definitions of circular functions will be
applied.
MX40-03    Periodicity of   The student will                            Algebra II and   The student, given the value of one trigonometric function, will
Trigonometric                                                Trigonometry     find the values of the other trigonometric functions. Properties
Functions                                                                     of the unit circle and definitions of circular functions will be
applied.
MX40-01    Angles and       The student will                            Algebra II and   The student will find without the aid of a calculating utility the
Trigonometric                                                Trigonometry     values of the trigonometric functions of the special angles and
Functions                                                                     their related angles as found in the unit circle. This will include
converting radians to degrees and vice versa.

PX37-02    Use Your         The student will                            Algebra II and   The student will find with the aid of a calculator the value of
Calculator                                                   Trigonometry     any trigonometric function and inverse trigonometric function.
Sparingly
MX40-02    Trigonometric    The student will                            Algebra II and   The student will verify basic trigonometric identities and make
Identities and                                               Trigonometry     substitutions, using the basic identities.
Formulas
MX109-01   Time for a       The student, given one of the six           Algebra II and   state the domain and the range of the function;
Change           trigonometric functions in standard form,   Trigonometry
will
MX109-02   Form and         The student, given one of the six           Algebra II and   state the domain and the range of the function;
Function         trigonometric functions in standard form,   Trigonometry
will
MX40-03    Periodicity of   The student, given one of the six           Algebra II and   sketch the graph of the function by using transformations for at
Trigonometric    trigonometric functions in standard form,   Trigonometry     least a one-period interval. The graphing calculator will be
Functions        will                                                         used to investigate the effect of changing A, B, C, and D on
the graph of a trigonometric function.
PX37-02    Use Your         The student, given one of the six         Algebra II and     sketch the graph of the function by using transformations for at
Calculator       trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry       least a one-period interval. The graphing calculator will be
Sparingly        will                                                         used to investigate the effect of changing A, B, C, and D on
the graph of a trigonometric function.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy                Strand Text                 Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX40-01    Angles and       The student, given one of the six         Algebra II and The student will identify the domain and range of the inverse
Trigonometric trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry      trigonometric functions and recognize the graphs of these
Functions        will                                                     functions. Restrictions on the domains of the inverse
trigonometric functions will be included.
MX109-02 Form and           The student, given one of the six         Algebra II and The student will identify the domain and range of the inverse
Function         trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry   trigonometric functions and recognize the graphs of these
will                                                     functions. Restrictions on the domains of the inverse
trigonometric functions will be included.
MX57-01    Solve Systems The student, given one of the six            Algebra II and The student will solve trigonometric equations that include
of Inequalities trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry    both infinite solutions and restricted domain solutions and
Algebraically    will                                                     solve basic trigonometric inequalities. Graphing utilities will be
used to solve equations, check for reasonableness of results,
and verify algebraic solutions.
MX57-02    Solve Systems The student, given one of the six            Algebra II and The student will solve trigonometric equations that include
of Inequalities trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry    both infinite solutions and restricted domain solutions and
Graphically      will                                                     solve basic trigonometric inequalities. Graphing utilities will be
used to solve equations, check for reasonableness of results,
and verify algebraic solutions.
MX109-01 Time for a         The student, given one of the six         Algebra II and The student will solve trigonometric equations that include
Change           trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry   both infinite solutions and restricted domain solutions and
will                                                     solve basic trigonometric inequalities. Graphing utilities will be
used to solve equations, check for reasonableness of results,
and verify algebraic solutions.
MX109-02 Form and           The student, given one of the six         Algebra II and The student will solve trigonometric equations that include
Function         trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry   both infinite solutions and restricted domain solutions and
will                                                     solve basic trigonometric inequalities. Graphing utilities will be
used to solve equations, check for reasonableness of results,
and verify algebraic solutions.
MX15-01    Triangle Basics The student, given one of the six          Algebra II and The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry   involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
will                                                     trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy                Strand Text                 Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX15-02    Perpendicular The student, given one of the six            Algebra II and  The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Bisectors        trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry    involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
will                                                      trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-03    Equilateral      The student, given one of the six         Algebra II and  The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Triangles        trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry    involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
will                                                      trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-04    Altitude         The student, given one of the six         Algebra II and  The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry    involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
will                                                      trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-05    Area and         The student, given one of the six         Algebra II and  The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Perimeter of     trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry    involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
Triangles        will                                                      trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-06    Area and         The student, given one of the six         Algebra II and  The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Perimeter of     trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry    involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
Right Triangles will                                                       trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-07    Area and         The student, given one of the six         Algebra II and  The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Perimeter of     trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry    involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
Equilateral      will                                                      trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Triangles                                                                  Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX40-01    Angles and       The student, given one of the six         Algebra II and  The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Trigonometric trigonometric functions in standard form, Trigonometry       involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
Functions        will                                                      trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX19-01    Averages         The student, given one of the six         Probability and The student will analyze numerical characteristics of univariate
trigonometric functions in standard form, Statistics      data sets to describe patterns and departure from patterns,
will                                                      using mean, median, mode, variance, standard deviation,
interquartile range, range, and outliers. Appropriate technology
will be used to calculate statistics.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy                Strand Text                 Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX19-02    Medians         The student, given one of the six         Probability and The student will analyze numerical characteristics of univariate
trigonometric functions in standard form, Statistics      data sets to describe patterns and departure from patterns,
will                                                      using mean, median, mode, variance, standard deviation,
interquartile range, range, and outliers. Appropriate technology
will be used to calculate statistics.
MX19-03    Modes           The student, given one of the six         Probability and The student will analyze numerical characteristics of univariate
trigonometric functions in standard form, Statistics      data sets to describe patterns and departure from patterns,
will                                                      using mean, median, mode, variance, standard deviation,
interquartile range, range, and outliers. Appropriate technology
will be used to calculate statistics.
MX19-04    Histograms      The student, given one of the six         Probability and The student will analyze numerical characteristics of univariate
trigonometric functions in standard form, Statistics      data sets to describe patterns and departure from patterns,
will                                                      using mean, median, mode, variance, standard deviation,
interquartile range, range, and outliers. Appropriate technology
will be used to calculate statistics.
MX19-05    Percentiles,    The student, given one of the six         Probability and The student will analyze numerical characteristics of univariate
Quartiles, and trigonometric functions in standard form, Statistics       data sets to describe patterns and departure from patterns,
Range           will                                                      using mean, median, mode, variance, standard deviation,
interquartile range, range, and outliers. Appropriate technology
will be used to calculate statistics.
MX19-06    Standard        The student, given one of the six         Probability and The student will analyze numerical characteristics of univariate
Deviation and   trigonometric functions in standard form, Statistics      data sets to describe patterns and departure from patterns,
Variance        will                                                      using mean, median, mode, variance, standard deviation,
interquartile range, range, and outliers. Appropriate technology
will be used to calculate statistics.
MX111-01 Understand        The student, given one of the six         Probability and The student will analyze scatterplots to identify and describe
Scatter plot    trigonometric functions in standard form, Statistics      the relationship between two variables, using shape; strength
Data            will                                                      of relationship; clusters; positive, negative, or no association;
outliers; and influential points. Appropriate technology will be
used to generate scatterplots and identify outliers and
influential points.
MX63-01    Bases and       The student, given one of the six         Probability and The student will make logarithmic and power transformations
Powers          trigonometric functions in standard form, Statistics      to achieve linearity. Appropriate technology will be used.
will
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy                 Strand Text                   Standard Text                             Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX22-01    Permutations       The student, given one of the six           Probability and   The student will compute and distinguish between
and                trigonometric functions in standard form,   Statistics        permutations and combinations and use technology for
Combinations       will                                                          applications.
MX52-02    Effect of          The student, given one of the six           Probability and   The student will identify and describe two or more events as
Replacement        trigonometric functions in standard form,   Statistics        complementary, dependent, independent, and/or mutually
will                                                          exclusive.
MX52-03     Compound          The student, given one of the six           Probability and   The student will identify and describe two or more events as
Events            trigonometric functions in standard form,   Statistics        complementary, dependent, independent, and/or mutually
will                                                          exclusive.
MX52-03     Compound          The student, given one of the six           Probability and   The student will find probabilities (relative frequency and
Events            trigonometric functions in standard form,   Statistics        theoretical), including conditional probabilities for events that
will                                                          are either dependent or independent, by applying the “law of
large numbers” concept, the addition rule, and the
multiplication rule.
MX52-02     Effect of         The student, given one of the six           Probability and   The student will identify random variables as independent or
Replacement       trigonometric functions in standard form,   Statistics        dependent and find the mean and standard deviations for
will                                                          sums and differences of independent random variables.
MX52-03     Compound          The student, given one of the six           Probability and   The student will identify random variables as independent or
Events            trigonometric functions in standard form,   Statistics        dependent and find the mean and standard deviations for
will                                                          sums and differences of independent random variables.
PX37-02     Use Your          The student, given one of the six           Probability and   The student will identify properties of a normal distribution and
Calculator        trigonometric functions in standard form,   Statistics        apply the normal distribution to determine probabilities, using a
Sparingly         will                                                          table or graphing calculator.
MX03-03     Proportions       The student, given one of the six           Probability and   The student, given data from a large sample, will find and
trigonometric functions in standard form,   Statistics        interpret point estimates and confidence intervals for
will                                                          parameters. The parameters will include proportion and mean,
difference between two proportions, and difference between
two means (independent and paired).
MX19-01     Averages          The student, given one of the six         Probability and     The student, given data from a large sample, will find and
trigonometric functions in standard form, Statistics          interpret point estimates and confidence intervals for
will                                                          parameters. The parameters will include proportion and mean,
difference between two proportions, and difference between
two means (independent and paired).
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy                Strand Text                Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX67-03    Induction,       The student, given one of the six         Discrete      The student will model problems, using vertex-edge graphs.
Iteration, and   trigonometric functions in standard form, Mathematics   The concepts of valence, connectedness, paths, planarity, and
Recurrence       will                                                    directed graphs will be investigated. Adjacency matrices and
matrix operations will be used to solve problems.

MX67-04     Make            The student, given one of the six         Discrete       The student will apply algorithms, such as Kruskal’s, Prim’s, or
Mathematical    trigonometric functions in standard form, Mathematics    Dijkstra’s, relating to trees, networks, and paths. Appropriate
Models          will                                                     technology will be used to determine the number of possible
solutions and generate solutions when a feasible number
exists.
MX67-04     Make            The student, given one of the six         Discrete       The student will use algorithms to schedule tasks in order to
Mathematical    trigonometric functions in standard form, Mathematics    determine a minimum project time. The algorithms will include
Models          will                                                     critical path analysis, the list-processing algorithm, and student-
created algorithms.
MX67-04     Make           The student, given one of the six           Discrete      The student will analyze and describe the issue of fair division.
Mathematical   trigonometric functions in standard form,   Mathematics   Algorithms for continuous and discrete cases will be applied.
Models         will
MX53-01     Recognize      The student will use the recursive          Discrete      the Fibonacci sequence.
Famous         process and difference equations with       Mathematics
Patterns       the aid of appropriate technology to
generate
MX25-01     Statements,    The student will describe and apply         Discrete      The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
Negations, and sorting algorithms and coding algorithms    Mathematics   technique to solve a logic problem. Techniques will include
Compound       used in storing, processing, and                          Venn diagrams, truth tables, and matrices.
Sentences      communicating information. These will
include
MX25-02     The Language The student will describe and apply           Discrete      The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
of Logic       sorting algorithms and coding algorithms    Mathematics   technique to solve a logic problem. Techniques will include
used in storing, processing, and                          Venn diagrams, truth tables, and matrices.
communicating information. These will
include
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy                 Strand Text                Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX25-03    Truth Values     The student will describe and apply        Discrete        The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
sorting algorithms and coding algorithms   Mathematics     technique to solve a logic problem. Techniques will include
used in storing, processing, and                           Venn diagrams, truth tables, and matrices.
communicating information. These will
include
MX25-04    Venn Diagrams The student will describe and apply           Discrete        The student will select, justify, and apply an appropriate
sorting algorithms and coding algorithms   Mathematics     technique to solve a logic problem. Techniques will include
used in storing, processing, and                           Venn diagrams, truth tables, and matrices.
communicating information. These will
include
MX22-01    Permutations     The student will apply the formulas of     Discrete        permutations and combinations; and
and              combinatorics in the areas of              Mathematics
Combinations
MX61-03    Examine the X- The student will apply the formulas of       Mathematical    The student will investigate and identify the characteristics of
and Y-           combinatorics in the areas of              Analysis        polynomial and rational functions and use these to sketch the
Intercepts                                                                  graphs of the functions. This will include determining zeros,
upper and lower bounds, y-intercepts, symmetry, asymptotes,
intervals for which the function is increasing or decreasing,
and maximum or minimum points. Graphing utilities will be
used to investigate and verify these characteristics.

MX13-06     The Y-Intercept The student will apply the formulas of     Mathematical    The student will investigate and identify the characteristics of
combinatorics in the areas of              Analysis        polynomial and rational functions and use these to sketch the
graphs of the functions. This will include determining zeros,
upper and lower bounds, y-intercepts, symmetry, asymptotes,
intervals for which the function is increasing or decreasing,
and maximum or minimum points. Graphing utilities will be
used to investigate and verify these characteristics.

MX109-01    Time for a       The student will apply the formulas of    Mathematical    The student will find compositions of functions and inverses of
Change           combinatorics in the areas of             Analysis        functions. Analytical methods and graphing utilities will be
used to investigate and verify the domain and range of
resulting functions.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text                  Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX109-02 Form and           The student will apply the formulas of    Mathematical    The student will find compositions of functions and inverses of
Function         combinatorics in the areas of             Analysis        functions. Analytical methods and graphing utilities will be
used to investigate and verify the domain and range of
resulting functions.
MX109-01    Time for a       The student will apply the formulas of   Mathematical    The student will investigate and describe the continuity of
Change           combinatorics in the areas of            Analysis        functions, using graphs. The functions will include absolute
value, piecewise, and step functions.
MX08-01     Find Common      The student will apply the formulas of   Mathematical    The student will expand binomials having positive integral
Factors          combinatorics in the areas of            Analysis        exponents through the use of the Binomial Theorem, the
formula for combinations, and Pascal’s Triangle.
MX67-03     Induction,       The student will apply the formulas of   Mathematical    The student will use mathematical induction to prove
Iteration, and   combinatorics in the areas of            Analysis        formulas/statements.
Recurrence
MX109-01    Time for a       The student will apply the formulas of   Mathematical    The student will find the limit of an algebraic function, if it
Change           combinatorics in the areas of            Analysis        exists, as the variable approaches either a finite number or
infinity. A graphing utility will be used to verify intuitive
reasoning, algebraic methods, and numerical substitution.
MX50-01     Translation and The student will apply the formulas of    Mathematical    The student will investigate and identify the characteristics of
Reflection      combinatorics in the areas of             Analysis        conic section equations in (h, k) and standard forms. The
techniques of translation and rotation of axes in the coordinate
plane will be used to graph conic sections.
MX50-02     Dilation and     The student will apply the formulas of   Mathematical    The student will investigate and identify the characteristics of
Rotation         combinatorics in the areas of            Analysis        conic section equations in (h, k) and standard forms. The
techniques of translation and rotation of axes in the coordinate
plane will be used to graph conic sections.
MX12-01     Exponents        The student will apply the formulas of   Mathematical    The student will investigate and identify the characteristics of
combinatorics in the areas of            Analysis        exponential and logarithmic functions in order to graph these
functions and solve equations and practical problems. This will
include the role of e, natural and common logarithms, laws of
exponents and logarithms, and the solution of logarithmic and
exponential equations. Graphing utilities will be used to
investigate and verify the graphs and solutions.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text                   Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX12-02    Roots           The student will apply the formulas of     Mathematical    The student will investigate and identify the characteristics of
combinatorics in the areas of              Analysis        exponential and logarithmic functions in order to graph these
functions and solve equations and practical problems. This will
include the role of e, natural and common logarithms, laws of
exponents and logarithms, and the solution of logarithmic and
exponential equations. Graphing utilities will be used to
investigate and verify the graphs and solutions.

MX12-03     Evaluate         The student will apply the formulas of   Mathematical    The student will investigate and identify the characteristics of
Expressions      combinatorics in the areas of            Analysis        exponential and logarithmic functions in order to graph these
Involving                                                                 functions and solve equations and practical problems. This will
Exponents                                                                 include the role of e, natural and common logarithms, laws of
exponents and logarithms, and the solution of logarithmic and
exponential equations. Graphing utilities will be used to
investigate and verify the graphs and solutions.

MX63-01     Bases and        The student will apply the formulas of   Mathematical    The student will investigate and identify the characteristics of
Powers           combinatorics in the areas of            Analysis        exponential and logarithmic functions in order to graph these
functions and solve equations and practical problems. This will
include the role of e, natural and common logarithms, laws of
exponents and logarithms, and the solution of logarithmic and
exponential equations. Graphing utilities will be used to
investigate and verify the graphs and solutions.

MX15-01     Triangle Basics The student will apply the formulas of    Mathematical    The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
combinatorics in the areas of             Analysis        involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-02     Perpendicular    The student will apply the formulas of   Mathematical    The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Bisectors        combinatorics in the areas of            Analysis        involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text                  Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX15-03    Equilateral      The student will apply the formulas of    Mathematical    The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Triangles        combinatorics in the areas of             Analysis        involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-04     Altitude         The student will apply the formulas of   Mathematical    The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
combinatorics in the areas of            Analysis        involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-05     Area and         The student will apply the formulas of   Mathematical    The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Perimeter of     combinatorics in the areas of            Analysis        involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
Triangles                                                                 trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-06     Area and        The student will apply the formulas of    Mathematical    The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Perimeter of    combinatorics in the areas of             Analysis        involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
Right Triangles                                                           trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX15-07     Area and         The student will apply the formulas of   Mathematical    The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Perimeter of     combinatorics in the areas of            Analysis        involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
Equilateral                                                               trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Triangles                                                                 Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX40-01     Angles and       The student will apply the formulas of   Mathematical    The student will identify, create, and solve practical problems
Trigonometric    combinatorics in the areas of            Analysis        involving triangles. Techniques will include using the
Functions                                                                 trigonometric functions, the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of
Sines, and the Law of Cosines.
MX06-01     Transitivity     The student will apply the formulas of   Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text                 Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX06-02    Add or Subtract The student will apply the formulas of    Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
the Same         combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Number in                                                 Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
Equations                                                                 functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
MX06-03     Multiply or     The student will apply the formulas of   Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
Divide by the   combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Same Number                                              Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
in Equations                                                             functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
MX06-04     Commutativity   The student will apply the formulas of   Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
MX06-05     Signed          The student will apply the formulas of   Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
Numbers         combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text                  Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX06-06    Algebraic Sums The student will apply the formulas of      Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
of Signed        combinatorics in the areas of             Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Numbers                                                    Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
MX06-07     Multiply or      The student will apply the formulas of   Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
Divide Signed    combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Numbers                                                   Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
MX06-08     Associative and The student will apply the formulas of    Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
Distributive    combinatorics in the areas of             Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Properties                                                Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
MX06-09     Order of         The student will apply the formulas of   Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
Operations       combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text                  Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
MX12-01    Exponents       The student will apply the formulas of    Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
combinatorics in the areas of             Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
MX12-02     Roots           The student will apply the formulas of   Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
MX12-03     Evaluate        The student will apply the formulas of   Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
Expressions     combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Involving                                                Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
Exponents                                                                functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
MX40-01     Angles and      The student will apply the formulas of   Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
Trigonometric   combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Functions                                                Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text                 Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX40-02    Trigonometric The student will apply the formulas of      Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
Identities and   combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Formulas                                                  Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
MX40-03    Periodicity of   The student will apply the formulas of   Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
Trigonometric    combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Functions                                                 Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
MX109-01   Time for a       The student will apply the formulas of   Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
Change           combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
MX109-02   Form and         The student will apply the formulas of   Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
Function         combinatorics in the areas of            Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy              Strand Text                       Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name
PX37-02    Use Your        The student will apply the formulas of         Advanced        The student will define and apply the properties of elementary
Calculator      combinatorics in the areas of                  Placement       functions, including algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and
Sparingly                                                      Calculus        composite functions and their inverses, and graph these
functions, using a graphing calculator. Properties of functions
will include domains, ranges, combinations, odd, even,
periodicity, symmetry, asymptotes, zeros, upper and lower
bounds, and intervals where the function is increasing or
decreasing.
MX18-01     Tangents to a   The student will investigate the              Advanced        using local linear approximation to find the slope of a tangent
Circle          derivative at a point on a curve. This will   Placement       line to a curve at the point;
include                                       Calculus
MX109-01    Time for a      The student will investigate the              Advanced        defining instantaneous rate of change as the limit of average
Change          derivative at a point on a curve. This will   Placement       rate of change; and
include                                       Calculus
MX109-01    Time for a      The student will investigate the              Advanced        approximating rate of change from graphs and tables of
Change          derivative at a point on a curve. This will   Placement       values.
include                                       Calculus
MX109-01    Time for a      The student will apply the derivative to      Advanced        interpretation of the derivative as a rate of change in applied
Change          solve problems. This will include             Placement       contexts, including velocity, speed, and acceleration; and
Calculus
State: Virginia
Content: Science

Standard Correlation Date: 9/03
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy                     Strand Text                      Standard                        Objective Text
Strategy #       Name                                                              Text
MX26-01    Measurement      The student will plan and conduct investigations in Earth     volume, area, mass, elapsed time, direction,
Instruments and which                                                Science   temperature, pressure, distance, density, and
Techniques                                                                     changes in elevation/depth are calculated utilizing the
most appropriate tools;
MX26-02    Measurement      The student will plan and conduct investigations in Earth     volume, area, mass, elapsed time, direction,
Problems         which                                               Science   temperature, pressure, distance, density, and
changes in elevation/depth are calculated utilizing the
most appropriate tools;
MX41-01    Graphs           The student will plan and conduct investigations in Earth     scales, diagrams, maps, charts, graphs, tables, and
which                                               Science   profiles are constructed and interpreted;

MX41-02     Diagrams          The student will plan and conduct investigations in Earth      scales, diagrams, maps, charts, graphs, tables, and
which                                               Science    profiles are constructed and interpreted;

MX41-03     Tables            The student will plan and conduct investigations in Earth      scales, diagrams, maps, charts, graphs, tables, and
which                                               Science    profiles are constructed and interpreted;

MX92-01     Formation of the The student will investigate and understand the       Earth     position of the Earth in the solar system;
Solar System     characteristics of the Earth and the solar system.    Science
Key concepts include

MX86-03     Earth and Its     The student will investigate and understand the      Earth     sun-Earth-moon relationships (seasons, tides, and
Moon              characteristics of the Earth and the solar system.   Science   eclipses);
Key concepts include
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy                      Strand Text                        Standard                      Objective Text
Strategy #       Name                                                                 Text
MX86-01    Observing the    The student will investigate and understand the        Earth     characteristics of the sun, planets, their moons,
Sky              characteristics of the Earth and the solar system.     Science   comets, meteors, and asteroids; and
Key concepts include

MX86-02     Stars             The student will investigate and understand the      Earth       characteristics of the sun, planets, their moons,
characteristics of the Earth and the solar system.   Science     comets, meteors, and asteroids; and
Key concepts include

MX86-03     Earth and Its     The student will investigate and understand the      Earth       characteristics of the sun, planets, their moons,
Moon              characteristics of the Earth and the solar system.   Science     comets, meteors, and asteroids; and
Key concepts include

MX91-01     The Rock Cycle    The student will investigate and understand how to   Earth       properties including hardness, color and streak,
identify major rock-forming and ore minerals         Science     luster, cleavage, fracture, and unique properties; and
based on physical and chemical properties. Key
concepts include
MX91-02     Types of Rocks    The student will investigate and understand how to   Earth       properties including hardness, color and streak,
identify major rock-forming and ore minerals         Science     luster, cleavage, fracture, and unique properties; and
based on physical and chemical properties. Key
concepts include
MX91-01     The Rock Cycle    The student will investigate and understand how to   Earth       uses of minerals.
identify major rock-forming and ore minerals         Science
based on physical and chemical properties. Key
concepts include
MX91-02     Types of Rocks    The student will investigate and understand how to   Earth       igneous (intrusive and extrusive);
identify common rock types based on mineral          Science
composition and textures and the rock cycle as it
relates to the origin and transformation of rock
types. Key concepts include
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy                      Strand Text                   Standard                    Objective Text
Strategy #       Name                                                            Text
MX91-02    Types of Rocks The student will investigate and understand how to Earth      sedimentary (clastic and chemical); and
identify common rock types based on mineral       Science
composition and textures and the rock cycle as it
relates to the origin and transformation of rock
types. Key concepts include

MX91-02     Types of Rocks    The student will investigate and understand how to Earth     metamorphic (foliated and unfoliated) rocks.
identify common rock types based on mineral        Science
composition and textures and the rock cycle as it
relates to the origin and transformation of rock
types. Key concepts include

MX80-01     Energy          The student will investigate and understand the Earth          advantages and disadvantages of various energy
Transformations differences between renewable and nonrenewable Science         sources;
resources. Key concepts include

MX80-02     Physical,         The student will investigate and understand the Earth        advantages and disadvantages of various energy
Chemical, and     differences between renewable and nonrenewable Science       sources;
Nuclear           resources. Key concepts include
Changes
MX80-03     Conservation of   The student will investigate and understand the Earth        advantages and disadvantages of various energy
Mass-Energy       differences between renewable and nonrenewable Science       sources;
resources. Key concepts include

MX78-01     Biomagnification The student will investigate and understand the Earth         making informed judgments related to resource use
differences between renewable and nonrenewable Science        and its effects on Earth systems; and
resources. Key concepts include

MX78-02     Pollution         The student will investigate and understand the Earth        making informed judgments related to resource use
differences between renewable and nonrenewable Science       and its effects on Earth systems; and
resources. Key concepts include
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy                     Strand Text                  Standard                     Objective Text
Strategy #       Name                                                          Text
MX78-03    Conservation     The student will investigate and understand the Earth     making informed judgments related to resource use
differences between renewable and nonrenewable Science    and its effects on Earth systems; and
resources. Key concepts include

MX78-01     Biomagnification The student will investigate and understand the Earth        environmental costs and benefits.
differences between renewable and nonrenewable Science
resources. Key concepts include

MX78-02     Pollution         The student will investigate and understand the Earth       environmental costs and benefits.
differences between renewable and nonrenewable Science
resources. Key concepts include

MX78-03     Conservation      The student will investigate and understand the Earth       environmental costs and benefits.
differences between renewable and nonrenewable Science
resources. Key concepts include

MX84-01     Plate Tectonics   The student will investigate and understand       Earth     how geologic processes are evidenced in the
geologic processes including plate tectonics. Key Science   physiographic provinces of Virginia including the
concepts include                                            Coastal Plain, Piedmont, Blue Ridge, Valley and
Ridge, and Appalachian Plateau;
MX84-02     Glaciation        The student will investigate and understand       Earth     how geologic processes are evidenced in the
geologic processes including plate tectonics. Key Science   physiographic provinces of Virginia including the
concepts include                                            Coastal Plain, Piedmont, Blue Ridge, Valley and
Ridge, and Appalachian Plateau;
MX84-03     Weathering,       The student will investigate and understand       Earth     how geologic processes are evidenced in the
Erosion, and      geologic processes including plate tectonics. Key Science   physiographic provinces of Virginia including the
Deposition        concepts include                                            Coastal Plain, Piedmont, Blue Ridge, Valley and
Ridge, and Appalachian Plateau;
MX84-04     Earthquakes and The student will investigate and understand       Earth       how geologic processes are evidenced in the
Volcanoes       geologic processes including plate tectonics. Key Science     physiographic provinces of Virginia including the
concepts include                                              Coastal Plain, Piedmont, Blue Ridge, Valley and
Ridge, and Appalachian Plateau;
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy                   Strand Text                      Standard                    Objective Text
Strategy #       Name                                                            Text
MX91-01    The Rock Cycle The student will investigate and understand         Earth     processes (faulting, folding, volcanism,
geologic processes including plate tectonics. Key Science   metamorphism, weathering, erosion, deposition, and
concepts include                                            sedimentation) and their resulting features; and

MX91-02     Types of Rocks    The student will investigate and understand       Earth     processes (faulting, folding, volcanism,
geologic processes including plate tectonics. Key Science   metamorphism, weathering, erosion, deposition, and
concepts include                                            sedimentation) and their resulting features; and

MX84-01     Plate Tectonics   The student will investigate and understand       Earth     processes (faulting, folding, volcanism,
geologic processes including plate tectonics. Key Science   metamorphism, weathering, erosion, deposition, and
concepts include                                            sedimentation) and their resulting features; and

MX84-02     Glaciation        The student will investigate and understand       Earth     processes (faulting, folding, volcanism,
geologic processes including plate tectonics. Key Science   metamorphism, weathering, erosion, deposition, and
concepts include                                            sedimentation) and their resulting features; and

MX84-03     Weathering,       The student will investigate and understand       Earth     processes (faulting, folding, volcanism,
Erosion, and      geologic processes including plate tectonics. Key Science   metamorphism, weathering, erosion, deposition, and
Deposition        concepts include                                            sedimentation) and their resulting features; and

MX84-04     Earthquakes and The student will investigate and understand       Earth       processes (faulting, folding, volcanism,
Volcanoes       geologic processes including plate tectonics. Key Science     metamorphism, weathering, erosion, deposition, and
concepts include                                              sedimentation) and their resulting features; and

MX85-01     Atmosphere and The student will investigate and understand       Earth        processes (faulting, folding, volcanism,
Weather        geologic processes including plate tectonics. Key Science      metamorphism, weathering, erosion, deposition, and
concepts include                                               sedimentation) and their resulting features; and

MX85-02     Climate Changes The student will investigate and understand       Earth       processes (faulting, folding, volcanism,
geologic processes including plate tectonics. Key Science     metamorphism, weathering, erosion, deposition, and
concepts include                                              sedimentation) and their resulting features; and
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MX84-01    Plate Tectonics The student will investigate and understand        Earth     tectonic processes (subduction, rifting and sea floor
geologic processes including plate tectonics. Key Science   spreading, and continental collision).
concepts include

MX77-02     Water Cycle      The student will investigate and understand how    Earth      identification of groundwater zones including water
freshwater resources are influenced by geologic    Science    table, zone of saturation, and zone of aeration;
processes and the activities of humans. Key
concepts include
MX77-02     Water Cycle      The student will investigate and understand how    Earth      identification of other sources of fresh water including
freshwater resources are influenced by geologic    Science    rivers, springs, and aquifers with reference to the
processes and the activities of humans. Key                   hydrologic cycle;
concepts include
MX78-01     Biomagnification The student will investigate and understand how    Earth      dependence on freshwater resources and the effects
freshwater resources are influenced by geologic    Science    of human usage on water quality; and
processes and the activities of humans. Key
concepts include
MX78-02     Pollution        The student will investigate and understand how    Earth      dependence on freshwater resources and the effects
freshwater resources are influenced by geologic    Science    of human usage on water quality; and
processes and the activities of humans. Key
concepts include
MX78-03     Conservation     The student will investigate and understand how    Earth      dependence on freshwater resources and the effects
freshwater resources are influenced by geologic    Science    of human usage on water quality; and
processes and the activities of humans. Key
concepts include
MX91-02     Types of Rocks The student will investigate and understand that     Earth      traces or remains of ancient, often extinct, life are
many aspects of the history and evolution of the   Science    preserved by various means in many sedimentary
Earth and life can be inferred by studying rocks              rocks;
and fossils. Key concepts include
MX85-01     Atmosphere and The student will investigate and understand that     Earth      systems interactions (density differences, energy
Weather          oceans are complex, interactive physical,          Science    transfer, weather, and climate);
chemical, and biological systems and are subject
to long- and short-term variations. Key concepts
include
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MX85-02    Climate Changes The student will investigate and understand that     Earth     systems interactions (density differences, energy
oceans are complex, interactive physical,           Science   transfer, weather, and climate);
chemical, and biological systems and are subject
to long- and short-term variations. Key concepts
include
MX80-01    Energy           The student will investigate and understand that    Earth       systems interactions (density differences, energy
Transformations oceans are complex, interactive physical,            Science     transfer, weather, and climate);
chemical, and biological systems and are subject
to long- and short-term variations. Key concepts
include
MX80-02    Physical,        The student will investigate and understand that    Earth       systems interactions (density differences, energy
Chemical, and    oceans are complex, interactive physical,           Science     transfer, weather, and climate);
Nuclear          chemical, and biological systems and are subject
Changes          to long- and short-term variations. Key concepts
include
MX80-03    Conservation of The student will investigate and understand that     Earth       systems interactions (density differences, energy
Mass-Energy      oceans are complex, interactive physical,           Science     transfer, weather, and climate);
chemical, and biological systems and are subject
to long- and short-term variations. Key concepts
include
MX85-01    Atmosphere and The student will investigate and understand the       Earth       scientific evidence for atmospheric changes over
Weather          origin and evolution of the atmosphere and the      Science     geologic time;
interrelationship of geologic processes, biologic
processes, and human activities on its
composition and dynamics. Key concepts include

MX85-01     Atmosphere and The student will investigate and understand that     Earth       observation and collection of weather data;
Weather        energy transfer between the sun, Earth, and the      Science
Earth's atmosphere drives weather and climate on
Earth. Key concepts include
MX85-01     Atmosphere and The student will investigate and understand that     Earth       prediction of weather patterns;
Weather        energy transfer between the sun, Earth, and the      Science
Earth's atmosphere drives weather and climate on
Earth. Key concepts include
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MX85-01    Atmosphere and The student will investigate and understand that     Earth     severe weather occurrences such as tornadoes,
Weather          energy transfer between the sun, Earth, and the    Science   hurricanes, and major storms; and
Earth's atmosphere drives weather and climate on
Earth. Key concepts include
MX85-01    Atmosphere and The student will investigate and understand that     Earth      weather phenomena and the factors that affect
Weather          energy transfer between the sun, Earth, and the    Science    climate including radiation and convection.
Earth's atmosphere drives weather and climate on
Earth. Key concepts include
MX85-02    Climate Changes The student will investigate and understand that    Earth      weather phenomena and the factors that affect
energy transfer between the sun, Earth, and the    Science    climate including radiation and convection.
Earth's atmosphere drives weather and climate on
Earth. Key concepts include
MX92-01    Formation of the The student will investigate and understand        Earth      nebulae;
Solar System     scientific concepts related to the origin and      Science
evolution of the universe. Key concepts include

MX92-01     Formation of the The student will investigate and understand       Earth      the origin of stars and star systems;
Solar System     scientific concepts related to the origin and     Science
evolution of the universe. Key concepts include

MX92-02     The Big Bang     The student will investigate and understand       Earth      the origin of stars and star systems;
scientific concepts related to the origin and     Science
evolution of the universe. Key concepts include

MX86-01     Observing the    The student will investigate and understand       Earth      stellar evolution;
Sky              scientific concepts related to the origin and     Science
evolution of the universe. Key concepts include

MX92-02     The Big Bang     The student will investigate and understand       Earth      galaxies; and
scientific concepts related to the origin and     Science
evolution of the universe. Key concepts include
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MX92-02    The Big Bang     The student will investigate and understand          Earth     cosmology (the Big Bang).
scientific concepts related to the origin and        Science
evolution of the universe. Key concepts include

PX48-01     Steps of the      The student will plan and conduct investigations in Biology   hypotheses are formulated based on direct
Scientific Method which                                                         observations and information from the scientific
literature;

PX48-02     Be Skeptical      The student will plan and conduct investigations in Biology   hypotheses are formulated based on direct
which                                                         observations and information from the scientific
literature;

PX48-03     Be Fair           The student will plan and conduct investigations in Biology   hypotheses are formulated based on direct
which                                                         observations and information from the scientific
literature;

PX48-04     Know What Can The student will plan and conduct investigations in Biology       hypotheses are formulated based on direct
Go Wrong      which                                                             observations and information from the scientific
literature;

PX48-01     Steps of the      The student will plan and conduct investigations in Biology   variables are defined and investigations are designed
Scientific Method which                                                         to test hypotheses;

PX48-02     Be Skeptical      The student will plan and conduct investigations in Biology   variables are defined and investigations are designed
which                                                         to test hypotheses;

PX48-03     Be Fair           The student will plan and conduct investigations in Biology   variables are defined and investigations are designed
which                                                         to test hypotheses;
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PX48-04     Know What Can The student will plan and conduct investigations in Biology   variables are defined and investigations are designed
Go Wrong         which                                                      to test hypotheses;

PX48-01     Steps of the      The student will plan and conduct investigations in Biology   differentiation is made between a scientific hypothesis
Scientific Method which                                                         and theory;

PX48-02     Be Skeptical      The student will plan and conduct investigations in Biology   differentiation is made between a scientific hypothesis
which                                                         and theory;

PX48-03     Be Fair           The student will plan and conduct investigations in Biology   differentiation is made between a scientific hypothesis
which                                                         and theory;

PX48-04     Know What Can The student will plan and conduct investigations in Biology       differentiation is made between a scientific hypothesis
Go Wrong      which                                                             and theory;

MX71-01     Cells             The student will investigate and understand the    Biology    evidence supporting the cell theory;
history of biological concepts. Key concepts
include

MX76-01     Evidence for      The student will investigate and understand the    Biology    scientific explanations of the development of
Evolution         history of biological concepts. Key concepts                  organisms through time (biological evolution);
include

MX76-02     Natural Selection The student will investigate and understand the    Biology    scientific explanations of the development of
history of biological concepts. Key concepts                  organisms through time (biological evolution);
include
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MX76-03    Adaptation in    The student will investigate and understand the        Biology   scientific explanations of the development of
Action           history of biological concepts. Key concepts                     organisms through time (biological evolution);
include

MX75-02     Mutation          The student will investigate and understand the      Biology     development of the structural model of DNA; and
history of biological concepts. Key concepts
include

MX72-01     Photosynthesis    The student will investigate and understand the      Biology     the capture, storage, transformation, and flow of
and Respiration   chemical and biochemical principles essential for                energy through the processes of photosynthesis and
life. Key concepts include                                       respiration.

MX72-02     Food Webs and The student will investigate and understand the          Biology     the capture, storage, transformation, and flow of
Chains        chemical and biochemical principles essential for                    energy through the processes of photosynthesis and
life. Key concepts include                                           respiration.

MX72-03     Populations in    The student will investigate and understand the      Biology     the capture, storage, transformation, and flow of
Ecosystems        chemical and biochemical principles essential for                energy through the processes of photosynthesis and
life. Key concepts include                                       respiration.

MX72-04     Succession        The student will investigate and understand the      Biology     the capture, storage, transformation, and flow of
chemical and biochemical principles essential for                energy through the processes of photosynthesis and
life. Key concepts include                                       respiration.

MX71-01     Cells             The student will investigate and understand          Biology     characteristics of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells;
relationships between cell structure and function.
Key concepts include

MX71-01     Cells             The student will investigate and understand          Biology     exploring the diversity and variation of eukaryotes;
relationships between cell structure and function.
Key concepts include
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MX71-01    Cells            The student will investigate and understand              Biology   similarities between the activities of a single cell and a
relationships between cell structure and function.                 whole organism; and
Key concepts include

MX71-04     Coordination and The student will investigate and understand             Biology      cell membrane model (diffusion, osmosis, and active
Control          relationships between cell structure and function.                   transport).
Key concepts include

MX73-01     The Five           The student will investigate and understand life      Biology      how their structures and functions vary between and
Kingdoms           functions of archaebacteria, monerans                              within the kingdoms;
(eubacteria), protists, fungi, plants, and animals,
including humans. Key concepts include

MX74-01     Characteristics    The student will investigate and understand life      Biology      comparison of their metabolic activities;
of Living Things   functions of archaebacteria, monerans
(eubacteria), protists, fungi, plants, and animals,
including humans. Key concepts include

MX74-01     Characteristics    The student will investigate and understand life      Biology      maintenance of homeostasis;
of Living Things   functions of archaebacteria, monerans
(eubacteria), protists, fungi, plants, and animals,
including humans. Key concepts include

MX78-02     Pollution          The student will investigate and understand           Biology      prediction of inheritance of traits based on the
common mechanisms of inheritance and protein                       Mendelian laws of heredity;
synthesis. Key concepts include

MX75-02     Mutation           The student will investigate and understand           Biology      genetic variation (mutation, recombination, deletions,
common mechanisms of inheritance and protein                       additions to DNA);
synthesis. Key concepts include

MX75-04     Genetic            The student will investigate and understand           Biology      exploration of the impact of DNA technologies.
Engineering        common mechanisms of inheritance and protein
synthesis. Key concepts include
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MX75-03    Population       The student will investigate and understand how     Biology   how genetic variation, reproductive strategies, and
Genetics         populations change through time. Key concepts                 environmental pressures impact the survival of
include                                                       populations;

MX76-02     Natural Selection The student will investigate and understand how   Biology     how natural selection leads to adaptations;
populations change through time. Key concepts
include

MX76-03     Adaptation in     The student will investigate and understand how   Biology     how natural selection leads to adaptations;
Action            populations change through time. Key concepts
include

MX76-01     Evidence for      The student will investigate and understand how   Biology     scientific explanations for biological evolution.
Evolution         populations change through time. Key concepts
include

MX76-02     Natural Selection The student will investigate and understand how   Biology     scientific explanations for biological evolution.
populations change through time. Key concepts
include

MX76-03     Adaptation in     The student will investigate and understand how   Biology     scientific explanations for biological evolution.
Action            populations change through time. Key concepts
include

MX72-01     PhotosynthesisThe student will investigate and understand           Biology     nutrient cycling with energy flow through ecosystems;
dynamic equilibria within populations,
and Respiration
communities, and ecosystems. Key concepts
include
MX72-02     Food Webs and The student will investigate and understand           Biology     nutrient cycling with energy flow through ecosystems;
Chains        dynamic equilibria within populations,
communities, and ecosystems. Key concepts
include
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MX72-03    Populations in   The student will investigate and understand          Biology   nutrient cycling with energy flow through ecosystems;
Ecosystems       dynamic equilibria within populations,
communities, and ecosystems. Key concepts
include
MX72-04    Succession       The student will investigate and understand          Biology     succession patterns in ecosystems;
dynamic equilibria within populations,
communities, and ecosystems. Key concepts
include
MX78-01    Biomagnification The student will investigate and understand          Biology     the effects of natural events and human influences on
dynamic equilibria within populations,                           ecosystems; and
communities, and ecosystems. Key concepts
include
MX78-02    Pollution        The student will investigate and understand          Biology     the effects of natural events and human influences on
dynamic equilibria within populations,                           ecosystems; and
communities, and ecosystems. Key concepts
include
MX78-03    Conservation     The student will investigate and understand          Biology     the effects of natural events and human influences on
dynamic equilibria within populations,                           ecosystems; and
communities, and ecosystems. Key concepts
include
MX79-01    Measuring        The student will investigate and understand that     Chemistry   mathematical manipulations (SI units, scientific
Matter           experiments in which variables are measured,                     notation, linear equations, graphing, ratio and
analyzed, and evaluated, produce observations                    proportion, significant digits, dimensional analysis);
and verifiable data. Key concepts include
MX79-02    Atoms            The student will investigate and understand that     Chemistry   average atomic mass, mass number, and atomic
the placement of elements on the periodic table is               number;
a function of their atomic structure. The periodic
table is a tool used for the investigations of

MX79-02     Atoms             The student will investigate and understand that   Chemistry   isotopes, half lives, and radioactive decay;
the placement of elements on the periodic table is
a function of their atomic structure. The periodic
table is a tool used for the investigations of
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MX79-02    Atoms            The student will investigate and understand that   Chemistry trends including atomic radii, electronegativity,
the placement of elements on the periodic table is           shielding effect, and ionization energy;
a function of their atomic structure. The periodic
table is a tool used for the investigations of

MX79-02     Atoms             The student will investigate and understand that   Chemistry    electron configurations, valence electrons, and
the placement of elements on the periodic table is              oxidation numbers;
a function of their atomic structure. The periodic
table is a tool used for the investigations of

MX79-01     Measuring         The student will investigate and understand that   Chemistry    chemical and physical properties; and
Matter            the placement of elements on the periodic table is
a function of their atomic structure. The periodic
table is a tool used for the investigations of

MX87-02     Reaction          The student will investigate and understand how     Chemistry   balancing chemical equations;
Equations         conservation of energy and matter is expressed in
chemical formulas and balanced equations. Key
concepts include
MX79-04     Chemical          The student will investigate and understand how     Chemistry   bonding types (ionic, covalent);
Reactions         conservation of energy and matter is expressed in
chemical formulas and balanced equations. Key
concepts include
MX80-02     Physical,         The student will investigate and understand how     Chemistry   reaction types (synthesis, decomposition, single and
Chemical, and     conservation of energy and matter is expressed in               double replacement, oxidation-reduction,
Nuclear           chemical formulas and balanced equations. Key                   neutralization, exothermic and endothermic); and
Changes           concepts include
MX87-01     Understanding     The student will investigate and understand how     Chemistry   reaction types (synthesis, decomposition, single and
Chemical          conservation of energy and matter is expressed in               double replacement, oxidation-reduction,
Reactions         chemical formulas and balanced equations. Key                   neutralization, exothermic and endothermic); and
concepts include
MX87-01     Understanding     The student will investigate and understand how     Chemistry   reaction rates and kinetics (activation energy,
Chemical          conservation of energy and matter is expressed in               catalysis, degree of randomness).
Reactions         chemical formulas and balanced equations. Key
concepts include
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MX79-02    Atoms            The student will investigate and understand that     Chemistry Avogadro's principle and molar volume;
quantities in a chemical reaction are based on
molar relationships. Key concepts include

MX87-03     Solubility        The student will investigate and understand that   Chemistry   solution concentrations;
quantities in a chemical reaction are based on
molar relationships. Key concepts include

MX79-01     Measuring         The student will investigate and understand that   Chemistry   pressure, temperature, and volume;
Matter            the phases of matter are explained by kinetic
theory and forces of attraction between particles.
Key concepts include
PX48-01     Steps of the      The student will investigate and understand how to Physics     instruments are selected and used to extend
Scientific Method plan and conduct investigations in which                       observations and measurements of mass, volume,
temperature, heat exchange, energy transformations,
motion, fields, and electric charge;

PX48-02     Be Skeptical      The student will investigate and understand how to Physics     instruments are selected and used to extend
plan and conduct investigations in which                       observations and measurements of mass, volume,
temperature, heat exchange, energy transformations,
motion, fields, and electric charge;

PX48-03     Be Fair           The student will investigate and understand how to Physics     instruments are selected and used to extend
plan and conduct investigations in which                       observations and measurements of mass, volume,
temperature, heat exchange, energy transformations,
motion, fields, and electric charge;

PX48-04     Know What Can The student will investigate and understand how to Physics         instruments are selected and used to extend
Go Wrong      plan and conduct investigations in which                           observations and measurements of mass, volume,
temperature, heat exchange, energy transformations,
motion, fields, and electric charge;
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PX10-01     Set Up or Verify The student will investigate and understand how to Physics   metric units are used in all measurements and
with Units       plan and conduct investigations in which                     calculations;

PX10-01     Set Up or Verify   The student will investigate and understand how to Physics   data gathered from non-SI instruments are
with Units         plan and conduct investigations in which                     incorporated through appropriate conversions; and

PX48-01     Steps of the      The student will investigate and understand how to Physics    The student will investigate and understand how to
Scientific Method plan and conduct investigations in which                      analyze and interpret data. Key concepts include

PX48-02     Be Skeptical       The student will investigate and understand how to Physics   The student will investigate and understand how to
plan and conduct investigations in which                     analyze and interpret data. Key concepts include

PX48-03     Be Fair            The student will investigate and understand how to Physics   The student will investigate and understand how to
plan and conduct investigations in which                     analyze and interpret data. Key concepts include

PX48-04     Know What Can The student will investigate and understand how to Physics        The student will investigate and understand how to
Go Wrong      plan and conduct investigations in which                          analyze and interpret data. Key concepts include

PX02-01     Translate Words The student will investigate and understand how to Physics      a description of a physical problem is translated into a
into Math       plan and conduct investigations in which                        mathematical statement in order to find a solution;

MX82-01     Newton's Laws      The student will investigate and understand the   Physics    linear motion;
interrelationships among mass, distance, force,
and time through mathematical and experimental
processes. Key concepts include
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MX82-02    Machines         The student will investigate and understand the   Physics   linear motion;
interrelationships among mass, distance, force,
and time through mathematical and experimental
processes. Key concepts include
MX82-01    Newton's Laws The student will investigate and understand the      Physics    uniform circular motion;
interrelationships among mass, distance, force,
and time through mathematical and experimental
processes. Key concepts include
MX82-02    Machines         The student will investigate and understand the   Physics    uniform circular motion;
interrelationships among mass, distance, force,
and time through mathematical and experimental
processes. Key concepts include
MX82-01    Newton's Laws The student will investigate and understand the      Physics    projectile motion;
interrelationships among mass, distance, force,
and time through mathematical and experimental
processes. Key concepts include
MX82-02    Machines         The student will investigate and understand the   Physics    projectile motion;
interrelationships among mass, distance, force,
and time through mathematical and experimental
processes. Key concepts include
MX82-01    Newton's Laws The student will investigate and understand the      Physics    Newton's laws of motion;
interrelationships among mass, distance, force,
and time through mathematical and experimental
processes. Key concepts include
MX82-02    Machines         The student will investigate and understand the   Physics    Newton's laws of motion;
interrelationships among mass, distance, force,
and time through mathematical and experimental
processes. Key concepts include
MX89-01    A Force to Be    The student will investigate and understand the   Physics    gravitation;
Reckoned With interrelationships among mass, distance, force,
and time through mathematical and experimental
processes. Key concepts include
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MX80-01    Energy           The student will investigate and understand the        Physics   work, power, and energy.
Transformations interrelationships among mass, distance, force,
and time through mathematical and experimental
processes. Key concepts include
MX80-01    Energy           The student will investigate and understand that       Physics    kinetic and potential energy;
Transformations quantities including mass, energy, momentum,
and charge are conserved. Key concepts include

MX81-01     Electricity       The student will investigate and understand that     Physics    electric power.
quantities including mass, energy, momentum,
and charge are conserved. Key concepts include

MX81-02     Electrical Circuits The student will investigate and understand that   Physics    electric power.
quantities including mass, energy, momentum,
and charge are conserved. Key concepts include

MX81-03     Magnetism         The student will investigate and understand that     Physics    electric power.
quantities including mass, energy, momentum,
and charge are conserved. Key concepts include

MX80-01     Energy          The student will investigate and understand that       Physics    transformation of energy among forms, including
Transformations energy can be transferred and transformed to                      mechanical, thermal, electrical, gravitational,
provide usable work. Key concepts include                         chemical, and nuclear; and

MX80-02     Physical,         The student will investigate and understand that     Physics    transformation of energy among forms, including
Chemical, and     energy can be transferred and transformed to                    mechanical, thermal, electrical, gravitational,
Nuclear           provide usable work. Key concepts include                       chemical, and nuclear; and
Changes
MX83-01     Waves             The student will investigate and understand that     Physics    wave characteristics (period, wavelength, frequency,
energy can be transferred and transformed to                    amplitude and phase);
provide usable work. Key concepts include
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MX83-03    Light            The student will investigate and understand how to    Physics   fundamental wave processes (reflection, refraction,
use models of transverse and longitudinal waves                 diffraction, interference, polarization, Doppler effect);
to interpret wave phenomena. Key concepts                       and
include
MX83-02    Sound            The student will investigate and understand how to    Physics      light and sound in terms of wave models
use models of transverse and longitudinal waves
to interpret wave phenomena. Key concepts
include
MX83-03    Light            The student will investigate and understand how to    Physics      light and sound in terms of wave models
use models of transverse and longitudinal waves
to interpret wave phenomena. Key concepts
include
MX83-03    Light            The student will investigate and understand that      Physics      the properties and behaviors of radio, microwaves,
different frequencies and wavelengths in the                       infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma
electromagnetic spectrum are phenomena ranging                     rays; and
from radio waves through visible light to gamma
MX82-01    Newton's Laws The student will investigate and understand how to       Physics      inverse square laws (Newton’s law of universal
use the field concept to describe the effects of                   gravitation and Coulomb’s law); and
gravitational, electric, and magnetic forces. Key
concepts include
MX89-01    A Force to Be    The student will investigate and understand how to    Physics      inverse square laws (Newton’s law of universal
Reckoned With use the field concept to describe the effects of                      gravitation and Coulomb’s law); and
gravitational, electric, and magnetic forces. Key
concepts include
MX81-03    Magnetism        The student will investigate and understand how to    Physics      operating principles of motors, generators,
use the field concept to describe the effects of                   transformers, and cathode ray tubes.
gravitational, electric, and magnetic forces. Key
concepts include
MX81-01    Electricity      The student will investigate and understand how to    Physics      series, parallel, and combined circuits; and
diagram and construct basic electrical circuits and
explain the function of various circuit components.
Key concepts include
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MX81-02    Electrical Circuits The student will investigate and understand how to    Physics   series, parallel, and combined circuits; and
diagram and construct basic electrical circuits and
explain the function of various circuit components.
Key concepts include
MX81-02    Electrical Circuits The student will investigate and understand how to    Physics     circuit components including resistors, batteries,
diagram and construct basic electrical circuits and               generators, fuses, switches, and capacito
explain the function of various circuit components.
Key concepts include
MX80-02    Physical,           The student will investigate and understand that      Physics     nuclear physics;
Chemical, and       extremely large and extremely small quantities are
Nuclear             not necessarily described by the same laws as
Changes             those studied in Newtonian physics. Key concepts
include
MX81-01    Electricity         The student will investigate and understand that      Physics     superconductivity; and
extremely large and extremely small quantities are
not necessarily described by the same laws as
those studied in Newtonian physics. Key concepts
include
MX81-02    Electrical Circuits The student will investigate and understand that      Physics     superconductivity; and
extremely large and extremely small quantities are
not necessarily described by the same laws as
those studied in Newtonian physics. Key concepts
include
MX81-03    Magnetism           The student will investigate and understand that      Physics     superconductivity; and
extremely large and extremely small quantities are
not necessarily described by the same laws as
those studied in Newtonian physics. Key concepts
include
MX80-02    Physical,           The student will investigate and understand that      Physics     radioactivity.
Chemical, and       extremely large and extremely small quantities are
Nuclear             not necessarily described by the same laws as
Changes             those studied in Newtonian physics. Key concepts
include
State: Virginia
Content: Language Arts

Standard Correlation Date: 9/03
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy Name Grade                Strand Text                 Standard                     Objective Text
Strategy #                                                                           Text
MX27-01     Analyze the Setting    9    The student will read and analyze a       Reading     Identify format, text structure, and main idea.
variety of literature.                    Analysis
MX27-05     Identify and Compare 9      The student will read and analyze a       Reading     Identify the characteristics that distinguish literary
Genres                      variety of literature.                    Analysis    forms.
MX27-01     Analyze the Setting    9    The student will read and analyze a       Reading     Use literary terms in describing and analyzing
variety of literature.                    Analysis    selections.
MX27-02     Identify and Interpret 9    The student will read and analyze a       Reading     Explain the relationships between and among
Point of View               variety of literature.                    Analysis    elements of literature: characters, plot, setting,
tone, point of view, and theme.
MX29-01     Identify Author’s      9      The student will read and analyze a Reading         Explain the relationship between author’s style
Purpose and Point of          variety of literature.              Analysis        and literary effect.
View
MX28-02     Symbol                 9      The student will read and analyze a     Reading     Describe the use of images and sounds to elicit
variety of literature.                  Analysis    the reader’s emotions.
MX27-03     Classify and Evaluate 9       The student will read dramatic          Reading     Compare and contrast the elements of character,
Character                     selections.                             Analysis    setting, and plot in one-act plays and full-length
plays.
MX27-04     Determine and          9      The student will read dramatic          Reading     Describe how stage directions help the reader
Support Theme or              selections.                             Analysis    understand a play’s setting, mood, characters,
Tone                                                                              plot, and theme.
MX30-01     The Writing Process    9      The student will develop narrative,     Writing     Generate, gather, and organize ideas for writing.
expository, and informational
writings to inform, explain, analyze,
or entertain.
MX30-02     Identify Your Audience 9      The student will develop narrative,     Writing     Plan and organize writing to address a specific
and Purpose                   expository, and informational                       audience and purpose.
writings to inform, explain, analyze,
or entertain.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy Name Grade               Strand Text                Standard                     Objective Text
Strategy #                                                                          Text
MX30-02     Identify Your Audience 9    The student will develop narrative,     Writing     Communicate clearly the purpose of the writing.
and Purpose                 expository, and informational
writings to inform, explain, analyze,
or entertain.
MX31-01     Develop the            9    The student will develop narrative,     Writing     Write clear, varied sentences.
Introduction, Body,         expository, and informational
and Conclusion              writings to inform, explain, analyze,
or entertain.
MX31-02     Provide Supporting     9    The student will develop narrative,     Writing     Use specific vocabulary and information.
Details                     expository, and informational
writings to inform, explain, analyze,
or entertain.
MX30-06     Group Ideas and        9    The student will develop narrative,     Writing     Arrange paragraphs into a logical progression.
Sequence Information        expository, and informational
writings to inform, explain, analyze,
or entertain.
MX32-01     Reread and Revise      9    The student will develop narrative,     Writing     Revise writing for clarity.
expository, and informational
writings to inform, explain, analyze,
or entertain.
MX32-02     Proofread Carefully    9    The student will develop narrative,     Writing     Proofread and prepare final product for intended
expository, and informational                       audience and purpose.
writings to inform, explain, analyze,
or entertain.
MX39-01     Reach an Agreement 9        The student will edit writing for       Writing     Use and apply rules for the parts of a sentence
correct grammar, capitalization,                    including: subject/verb, direct/indirect object,
punctuation, spelling, sentence                     predicate nominative/predicate adjective.
structure, and paragraphing.
MX30-05     Select an              9    The student will edit writing for       Writing     Use parallel structures across sentences and
Organizational              correct grammar, capitalization,                    paragraphs.
Structure                   punctuation, spelling, sentence
structure, and paragraphing.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy Name Grade              Strand Text                Standard                     Objective Text
Strategy #                                                                         Text
MX38-01     Commas                9     The student will edit writing for      Writing     Use commas and semicolons to distinguish and
correct grammar, capitalization,                   divide main and subordinate clauses.
punctuation, spelling, sentence
structure, and paragraphing.
MX27-04     Determine and         10    The student will read, comprehend,     Reading     Identify text organization and structure.
Support Theme or            and critique literary works.           Analysis
Tone
MX27-04     Determine and         10    The student will read, comprehend,     Reading     Identify main and supporting ideas.
Support Theme or            and critique literary works.           Analysis
Tone
MX27-05     Identify and Compare 10     The student will read, comprehend,     Reading     Explain similarities and differences of techniques
Genres                      and critique literary works.           Analysis    and literary forms represented in the literature of
different cultures and eras.
MX27-05     Identify and Compare 10      The student will read and interpret   Reading     Compare and contrast product information
manuals and warranties.
MX27-05     Identify and Compare 10      The student will read and analyze a Reading       Compare and contrast the use of rhyme, rhythm,
Genres                       variety of poetry.                  Analysis      and sound to convey a message.

MX27-05     Identify and Compare 10      The student will read and analyze a Reading       Compare and contrast the ways in which poets
Genres                       variety of poetry.                  Analysis      use techniques to evoke emotion in the reader.

MX27-03     Classify and Evaluate 10     The student will read and critique    Reading     Explain the use of asides, soliloquies, and
Character                    dramatic selections.                  Analysis    monologues in the development of a single
character.
MX69-02     Compare and Contrast 10      The student will read and critique    Reading     Compare and contrast character development in
dramatic selections.                  Analysis    a play to characterization in other literary forms.

MX30-01     The Writing Process   10     The student will develop a variety of Writing     Generate, gather, plan, and organize ideas for
writing with an emphasis on                       writing.
exposition.
MX30-03     Choose a Topic or     10     The student will develop a variety of Writing     Elaborate ideas clearly through word choice and
Controlling Idea             writing with an emphasis on                       vivid description.
exposition.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name Grade              Strand Text                  Standard                     Objective Text
Strategy #                                                                          Text
MX30-01     The Writing Process 10     The student will develop a variety of    Writing     Write clear, varied sentences.
writing with an emphasis on
exposition.
MX30-06     Group Ideas and      10    The student will develop a variety of    Writing     Organize ideas into a logical sequence.
Sequence Information       writing with an emphasis on
exposition.
MX32-01     Reread and Revise    10    The student will develop a variety of    Writing     Revise writing for clarity and content of
writing with an emphasis on                          presentation.
exposition.
MX32-02     Proofread Carefully  10    The student will develop a variety of    Writing     Proofread and prepare final product for intended
writing with an emphasis on                          audience and purpose.
exposition.
MX38-02     Colons and           10    The student will edit writing for        Writing     Apply rules governing use of colon.
Semicolons                 correct grammar, capitalization,
punctuation, spelling, sentence
structure, and paragraphing.
MX68-05     Evaluate the Work of 10    The student will critique professional   Writing     Analyze the writing of others.
Others                     and peer writing.

MX29-01     Identify Author’s      10     The student will critique professional Writing    Describe how the author accomplishes the
Purpose and Point of          and peer writing.                                 intended purpose of a writing.
View
MX31-01     Develop the            10     The student will use writing to       Writing     Explain concepts contained in literature and other
Introduction, Body,           interpret, analyze, and evaluate                  disciplines.
and Conclusion                ideas.
MX31-02     Provide Supporting     10     The student will use writing to       Writing     Translate concepts into simpler or more easily
Details                       interpret, analyze, and evaluate                  understood terms.
ideas.
MX68-02     Judge Organization     10     The student will collect, evaluate,   Research    Organize information from a variety of sources.
and Approach                  organize, and present information.

MX45-02     Get Organized          10     The student will collect, evaluate,   Research    Develop the central idea or focus.
organize, and present information.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name Grade             Strand Text                    Standard                     Objective Text
Strategy #                                                                         Text
MX69-01     Find the Facts       10    The student will collect, evaluate,       Research    Verify the accuracy and usefulness of
organize, and present information.                    information.

MX31-03     Use Quoted Material      10   The student will collect, evaluate,    Research    Credit sources for both quoted and paraphrased
Appropriately                 organize, and present information.                 ideas.

MX30-06     Group Ideas and      10       The student will collect, evaluate,    Research    Use technology to access information, organize
Sequence Information          organize, and present information.                 ideas, and develop writing.

MX30-05     Select an              11     The student will make informative      Oral        Gather and organize evidence to support a
Organizational                and persuasive presentations.          Language    position.
Structure
MX30-04     Select an              11     The student will make informative      Oral        Present evidence clearly and convincingly.
Organizational                and persuasive presentations.          Language
Structure
MX30-02     Identify Your Audience 11     The student will make informative      Oral        Use grammatically correct language, including
and Purpose                   and persuasive presentations.          Language    vocabulary appropriate to the topic, audience,
and purpose.
MX27-05     Identify and Compare 11       The student will read and analyze      Reading     Describe contributions of different cultures to the
Genres                        relationships among American           Analysis    development of American literature.
literature, history, and culture.
MX27-05     Identify and Compare 11       The student will read and analyze      Reading     Compare and contrast the development of
Genres                        relationships among American           Analysis    American literature in its historical context.
literature, history, and culture.
MX27-05     Identify and Compare 11       The student will read and analyze      Reading     Discuss American literature as it reflects
Genres                        relationships among American           Analysis    traditional and contemporary themes, motifs,
literature, history, and culture.                  universal characters, and genres.
MX27-02     Identify and Interpret   11   The student will read and analyze a    Reading     Analyze information from a text to draw
Point of View                 variety of informational materials.    Analysis    conclusions.

MX27-02     Identify and Interpret   11   The student will read and critique a   Reading     Analyze the poetic elements of contemporary and
Point of View                 variety of poetry.                     Analysis    traditional poems.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name Grade              Strand Text                     Standard                    Objective Text
Strategy #                                                                            Text
MX27-03     Classify and Evaluate 11   The student will read and critique a        Reading     Identify the poetic elements and techniques that
Character                  variety of poetry.                          Analysis    are most appealing and that make poetry
enjoyable.
MX27-05     Identify and Compare 11       The student will read and critique a     Reading     Compare and contrast the works of
Genres                        variety of poetry.                       Analysis    contemporary and past American poets.

MX28-03     Irony                 11      The student will read and critique a     Reading     Explain the use of verbal, situational, and
variety of dramatic selections.          Analysis    dramatic irony.

MX30-01     The Writing Process   11      The student will write in a variety of   Writing     Generate, gather, plan, and organize ideas for
forms with an emphasis on                            writing.
persuasion.
MX30-04     Select an             11      The student will write in a variety of   Writing     Develop a focus for writing.
Organizational                forms with an emphasis on
Structure                     persuasion.
MX31-02     Provide Supporting    11      The student will write in a variety of   Writing     Evaluate and cite applicable information.
Details                       forms with an emphasis on
persuasion.
MX30-06     Group Ideas and      11       The student will write in a variety of   Writing     Organize ideas in a logical manner.
Sequence Information          forms with an emphasis on
persuasion.
MX30-04     Select an              11     The student will write in a variety of   Writing     Elaborate ideas clearly and accurately.
Organizational                forms with an emphasis on
Structure                     persuasion.
MX30-02     Identify Your Audience 11     The student will write in a variety of   Writing     Adapt content, vocabulary, voice, and tone to
and Purpose                   forms with an emphasis on                            audience, purpose, and situation.
persuasion.
MX32-01     Reread and Revise     11      The student will write in a variety of   Writing     Revise writing for accuracy and depth of
forms with an emphasis on                            information.
persuasion.
MX32-02     Proofread Carefully   11      The student will write in a variety of   Writing     Proofread final copy and prepare document for
forms with an emphasis on                            intended audience or purpose.
persuasion.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy Name Grade              Strand Text                Standard                     Objective Text
Strategy #                                                                         Text
MX28-03     Irony                  11   The student will edit writing for      Writing     Use verbals and verbal phrases to achieve
correct grammar, capitalization,                   sentence conciseness and variety.
punctuation, spelling, sentence
structure, and paragraphing.
MX30-02     Identify Your Audience 11   The student will edit writing for      Writing     Adjust sentence and paragraph structures for a
and Purpose                 correct grammar, capitalization,                   variety of purposes and audiences.
punctuation, spelling, sentence
structure, and paragraphing.
MX32-01     Reread and Revise      11   The student will edit writing for      Writing     The student will write, revise, and edit personal,
correct grammar, capitalization,                   professional, and informational correspondence
punctuation, spelling, sentence                    to a standard acceptable in the workplace and
structure, and paragraphing.                       higher education.
MX30-05     Select an              11   The student will edit writing for      Writing     Organize information to support purpose and
Organizational              correct grammar, capitalization,                   form of writing.
Structure                   punctuation, spelling, sentence
structure, and paragraphing.
MX30-06     Group Ideas and        11   The student will edit writing for      Writing     Present information in a logical manner.
Sequence Information        correct grammar, capitalization,
punctuation, spelling, sentence
structure, and paragraphing.
MX30-01     The Writing Process 11      The student will analyze, evaluate,    Research    Narrow a topic.
synthesize, and organize information
from a variety of sources to produce
a research product.

MX68-01     Examine Ideas and     11      The student will analyze, evaluate, Research     Develop a plan for research.
Support                       synthesize, and organize information
from a variety of sources to produce
a research product.

MX68-01     Examine Ideas and     11      The student will analyze, evaluate, Research     Collect information to support a thesis.
Support                       synthesize, and organize information
from a variety of sources to produce
a research product.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name Grade             Strand Text              Standard                       Objective Text
Strategy #                                                                   Text
MX30-06     Group Ideas and      11    The student will analyze, evaluate, Research      Synthesize information in a logical sequence.
Sequence Information       synthesize, and organize information
from a variety of sources to produce
a research product.

MX68-02     Judge Organization    11    The student will analyze, evaluate, Research     Edit writing for clarity of content and effect.
and Approach                synthesize, and organize information
from a variety of sources to produce
a research product.

MX68-03     The Little Details    11    The student will analyze, evaluate, Research     Edit copy for grammatically correct use of
Count                       synthesize, and organize information             language, spelling, punctuation, and
from a variety of sources to produce             capitalization.
a research product.

MX32-02     Proofread Carefully   11    The student will analyze, evaluate, Research     Proofread final copy and prepare for publication
synthesize, and organize information             or submission.
from a variety of sources to produce
a research product.

MX27-05     Identify and Compare 12     The student will read and analyze     Reading    Recognize major literary forms and their
Genres                      the development of British literature Analysis   elements.
and literature of other cultures.

MX27-04     Determine and         12    The student will read and analyze     Reading    Recognize the characteristics of major
Support Theme or            the development of British literature Analysis   chronological eras.
Tone                        and literature of other cultures.

MX27-04     Determine and         12    The student will read and analyze     Reading    Relate literary works and authors to major
Support Theme or            the development of British literature Analysis   themes and issues of their eras.
Tone                        and literature of other cultures.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy Name Grade               Strand Text            Standard                        Objective Text
Strategy #                                                                     Text
MX27-05     Identify and Compare 12     The student will read and analyze a Reading        Identify formats common to new publications and
Genres                      variety of informational materials, Analysis       information resources.
including electronic resources.

MX27-04     Determine and         12    The student will read and critique a    Reading    Explain how the choice of words in a poem
Support Theme or            variety of poetry.                      Analysis   creates tone and voice.
Tone
MX27-01     Analyze the Setting   12    The student will read and critique      Reading    Describe the conflict, plot, climax, and setting.
dramatic selections from a variety of   Analysis
authors.
MX27-03     Classify and Evaluate 12    The student will read and critique      Reading    Compare and contrast ways in which character,
Character                   dramatic selections from a variety of   Analysis   scene, dialogue, and staging contribute to the
authors.                                           theme and the dramatic effect.

MX30-01     The Writing Process   12    The student will develop expository     Writing    Generate, gather, and organize ideas for writing.
and informational writings.

MX30-02     Identify Your Audience 12   The student will develop expository     Writing    Consider audience and purpose when planning
and Purpose                 and informational writings.                        for writing.

MX30-04     Select an             12    The student will develop expository     Writing    Write analytically about literary, informational,
Organizational              and informational writings.                        and visual materials.
Structure
MX30-04     Select an             12    The student will develop expository     Writing    Elaborate ideas clearly and accurately.
Organizational              and informational writings.
Structure
MX32-01     Reread and Revise     12    The student will develop expository     Writing    Revise writing for depth of information and
and informational writings.                        technique of presentation.

MX68-03     The Little Details    12    The student will develop expository     Writing    Apply grammatical conventions to edit writing for
Count                       and informational writings.                        correct use of language, spelling, punctuation,
and capitalization.
MX32-02     Proofread Carefully   12    The student will develop expository     Writing    Proofread final copy, and prepare document for
and informational writings.                        publication or submission.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name Grade            Strand Text                 Standard                    Objective Text
Strategy #                                                                       Text
MX69-01     Find the Facts       12    The student will write documented     Writing     Identify and understand the ethical issues of
research papers.                                  research and documentation.

MX68-01     Examine Ideas and     12     The student will write documented   Writing     Evaluate the accuracy and usefulness of
Support                      research papers.                                information.

MX68-01     Examine Ideas and     12     The student will write documented   Writing     Synthesize information to support the thesis.
Support                      research papers.

MX30-06     Group Ideas and      12      The student will write documented   Writing     Present information in a logical manner.
Sequence Information         research papers.

MX30-05     Select an             12     The student will write documented   Writing     Cite sources of information using a standard
Organizational               research papers.                                method of documentation, including Modern
Structure                                                                    Language Association (MLA) or American
Psychological Association (APA).
MX68-03     The Little Details    12     The student will write documented   Writing     Edit copies for correct use of language, spelling,
Count                        research papers.                                punctuation, and capitalization.

MX32-02     Proofread Carefully   12     The student will write documented   Writing     Proofread final copy, and prepare document for
research papers.                                publication or submission.
State: Virginia
Content: Social Science

Standard Correlation Date: 9/03
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                   Strand Text               Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX96-01    Beginnings           World History      The student will demonstrate an   World History and   describing artistic, literary, and intellectual
and Geography:     understanding of the political,   Geography           ideas of the Renaissance;
1500 a.d. to the   cultural, and economic conditions
Present            in the world about 1500 a.d. by

MX96-01    Beginnings           World History      The student will demonstrate an   World History and   analyzing major trade patterns;
and Geography:     understanding of the political,   Geography
1500 a.d. to the   cultural, and economic conditions
Present            in the world about 1500 a.d. by

MX96-01    Beginnings           Era V:             The student will demonstrate      World History and   describing changing cultural values,
Emergence of a     knowledge of the Reformation in   Geography           traditions, and philosophies, and assessing
Global Age,        terms of its impact on Western                        the role of the printing press.
1500 to 1650       civilization by
a.d.
MX96-01    Beginnings           Era V:             The student will demonstrate      World History and   explaining the roles of explorers and
Emergence of a     knowledge of the impact of the    Geography           conquistadors;
Global Age,        European Age of Discovery and
1500 to 1650       expansion into the Americas,
a.d.               Africa, and Asia by
MX96-01    Beginnings           Era V:             The student will demonstrate      World History and   describing the influence of religion;
Emergence of a     knowledge of the impact of the    Geography
Global Age,        European Age of Discovery and
1500 to 1650       expansion into the Americas,
a.d.               Africa, and Asia by
MX96-02    Colonization and     Era V:             The student will demonstrate      World History and   explaining migration, settlement patterns,
Settlement           Emergence of a     knowledge of the impact of the    Geography           cultural diffusion, and social classes in the
Global Age,        European Age of Discovery and                         colonized areas;
1500 to 1650       expansion into the Americas,
a.d.               Africa, and Asia by
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                  Strand Text               Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX96-02    Colonization and     Era V:           The student will demonstrate       World History and   defining the Columbian Exchange;
Settlement           Emergence of a   knowledge of the impact of the     Geography
Global Age,      European Age of Discovery and
1500 to 1650     expansion into the Americas,
a.d.             Africa, and Asia by
MX96-03    Revolution and the   Era V:           The student will demonstrate       World History and   explaining the triangular trade;
New Nation           Emergence of a   knowledge of the impact of the     Geography
Global Age,      European Age of Discovery and
1500 to 1650     expansion into the Americas,
a.d.             Africa, and Asia by
MX96-03    Revolution and the   Era V:           The student will demonstrate       World History and   describing the impact of precious metal
New Nation           Emergence of a   knowledge of the impact of the     Geography           exports from the Americas.
Global Age,      European Age of Discovery and
1500 to 1650     expansion into the Americas,
a.d.             Africa, and Asia by
MX97-01    Industrialization    Era VI: Age of   The student will demonstrate       World History and   citing scientific, technological, and
Revolutions,     knowledge of the effects of the    Geography           industrial developments and explaining
1650 to 1914     Industrial Revolution during the                       how they brought about urbanization and
a.d.             nineteenth century by                                  social and environmental changes;
MX97-02    Emergence of         Era VI: Age of   The student will demonstrate       World History and   explaining the emergence of capitalism as
Modern America       Revolutions,     knowledge of the effects of the    Geography           a dominant economic pattern, and
1650 to 1914     Industrial Revolution during the                       subsequent development of socialism and
a.d.             nineteenth century by                                  communism;
MX97-02    Emergence of         Era VI: Age of   The student will demonstrate       World History and   describing the evolution of the nature of
Modern America       Revolutions,     knowledge of the effects of the    Geography           work and the labor force, including its
1650 to 1914     Industrial Revolution during the                       effects on families, the status of women
a.d.             nineteenth century by                                  and children, the slave trade, and the labor
union movement;
MX97-02    Emergence of        Era VI: Age of    The student will demonstrate       World History and   explaining the rise of industrial economies
Modern America      Revolutions,      knowledge of the effects of the    Geography           and their link to imperialism and
1650 to 1914      Industrial Revolution during the                       nationalism;
a.d.              nineteenth century by
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                   Strand Text                Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX97-02    Emergence of         Era VI: Age of    The student will demonstrate        World History and   assessing the impact of European
Modern America       Revolutions,      knowledge of the effects of the     Geography           economic and military power on Asia and
1650 to 1914      Industrial Revolution during the                        Africa, with emphasis on the competition
a.d.              nineteenth century by                                   for resources and the responses of
colonized peoples
MX97-02    Emergence of         Era VII: Era of   The student will demonstrate        World History and   explaining economic and political causes,
Modern America       Global Wars,      knowledge of the worldwide          Geography           major events, and identifying major leaders
1914 to 1945      impact of World War I by                                of the war, with emphasis on Woodrow
Wilson and Kaiser Wilhelm II;

MX97-02    Emergence of         Era VII: Era of   The student will demonstrate        World History and   explaining the outcomes and global effect
Modern America       Global Wars,      knowledge of the worldwide          Geography           of the war and the Treaty of Versailles;
1914 to 1946      impact of World War I by

MX97-02    Emergence of         Era VII: Era of   The student will demonstrate        World History and   citing causes and consequences of the
Modern America       Global Wars,      knowledge of the worldwide          Geography           Russian Revolution.
1914 to 1947      impact of World War I by

MX97-02    Emergence of         Era VII: Era of   The student will demonstrate        World History and   describing the League of Nations and the
Modern America       Global Wars,      knowledge of political, economic,   Geography           mandate system;
1914 to 1948      social, and cultural developments
during the Interwar Period by

MX97-03    Great Depression     Era VII: Era of   The student will demonstrate        World History and   citing causes and assessing the impact of
and World War II     Global Wars,      knowledge of political, economic,   Geography           worldwide depression in the 1930s;
1914 to 1949      social, and cultural developments
during the Interwar Period by

MX97-03    Great Depression     Era VII: Era of   The student will demonstrate        World History and   examining events related to the rise,
and World War II     Global Wars,      knowledge of political, economic,   Geography           aggression, and human costs of dictatorial
1914 to 1950      social, and cultural developments                       regimes in the Soviet Union, Germany,
during the Interwar Period by                           Italy, and Japan, and identifying their major
Benito Mussolini, Hirohito, and Hideki Tojo.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                   Strand Text             Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX97-03    Great Depression     Era VII: Era of    The student will demonstrate    World History and   explaining economic and political causes,
and World War II     Global Wars,       knowledge of the worldwide      Geography           major events, and identifying leaders of the
1914 to 1951       impact of World War II by                           war, with emphasis on Franklin D.
Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Dwight D.
Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur, George
Marshall, Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin,
Adolf Hitler, Hideki Tojo, and Hirohito;

MX97-03     Great Depression     Era VII: Era of   The student will demonstrate    World History and   examining the Holocaust and other
and World War II     Global Wars,      knowledge of the worldwide      Geography           examples of genocide in the twentieth
1914 to 1952      impact of World War II by                           century;

MX97-03     Great Depression     Era VII: Era of   The student will demonstrate    World History and   explaining the terms of the peace, the war
and World War II     Global Wars,      knowledge of the worldwide      Geography           crimes trials, the division of Europe, plans
1914 to 1953      impact of World War II by                           to rebuild Germany and Japan, and the
creation of international cooperative
organizations.
MX97-04     The Post-War Era     Era VIII: The     The student will demonstrate    World History and   explaining key events of the Cold War,
Post War          knowledge of major events and   Geography           including the competition between the
Period, 1945 to   outcomes of the Cold War by                         American and Soviet economic and
the Present                                                           political systems and the causes of the
collapse of communism in the Soviet
Union and Eastern Europe;
MX97-04     The Post-War Era     Era VIII: The     The student will demonstrate    World History and   assessing the impact of nuclear weaponry
Post War          knowledge of major events and   Geography           on patterns of conflict and cooperation
Period, 1945 to   outcomes of the Cold War by                         since 1945;
the Present
MX97-04     The Post-War Era     Era VIII: The     The student will demonstrate    World History and   describing conflicts and revolutionary
Post War          knowledge of major events and   Geography           movements in eastern Asia, including
Period, 1945 to   outcomes of the Cold War by                         those in China and Vietnam, and their
the Present                                                           major leaders, i.e., Mao Tse-tung
(Zedong), Chiang Kai-shek, and Ho Chi
Minh.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                   Strand Text                Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX103-03 Government             Era VIII: The     The student will demonstrate        World History and   describing the struggles for self-rule,
Systems              Post War          knowledge of political, economic,   Geography           including Gandhi’s leadership in India;
Period, 1945 to   social, and cultural aspects of
the Present       independence movements and
development efforts by

MX105-01   Interactions Among   Era VIII: The     The student will demonstrate        World History and   describing Africa’s achievement of
Nations              Post War          knowledge of political, economic,   Geography           independence, including Kenyatta’s
Period, 1945 to   social, and cultural aspects of                         leadership of Kenya;
the Present       independence movements and
development efforts by

MX105-02   American Foreign     Era VIII: The     The student will demonstrate        World History and   describing the end of the mandate system
Policy               Post War          knowledge of political, economic,   Geography           and the creation of states in the Middle
Period, 1945 to   social, and cultural aspects of                         East.
the Present       independence movements and
development efforts by

MX97-04    The Post-War Era     Era VIII: The     The student will demonstrate       World History and    assessing the impact of economic
Post War          knowledge of cultural, economic, Geography              development and global population growth
Period, 1945 to   and social conditions in developed                      on the environment and society, including
the Present       and developing nations of the                           an understanding of the links between
contemporary world by                                   economic and political freedom;

MX97-04    The Post-War Era     Era VIII: The     The student will demonstrate       World History and    describing economic interdependence,
Post War          knowledge of cultural, economic, Geography              including the rise of multinational
Period, 1945 to   and social conditions in developed                      corporations, international organizations,
the Present       and developing nations of the                           and trade agreements.
contemporary world by

MX99-05    Speculate About      World             The student will use maps, globes, World History and    analyze and explain how different cultures
Alternatives         Geography         photographs, and pictures in order Geography            develop different perspectives on the world
to                                                      and its problems;
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                Strand Text                Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX99-04    Analyze Impact       World          The student will analyze how        World History and   explaining how technology affects one’s
Geography      selected physical and ecological    Geography           ability to modify the environment and adapt
processes shape the Earth’s                             to it
surface by
MX98-04    Build the Big Picture   World       The student will locate and         World History and    Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe,
Geography   analyze physical, economic, and     Geography           United States and Canada, North Africa
cultural characteristics of world                       and Southwest Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa,
regions:                                                Russia and Central Asia, South Asia,
Southeast Asia, East Asia, Australia and
the Pacific Islands, and Antarctica.

MX98-02    Compare and             World       The student will                    World History and   compare and contrast the distribution,
Contrast                Geography                                       Geography           growth rates, and characteristics of human
population in terms of settlement patterns
and the location of natural and capital
resources.
MX100-03   Examine Influences      World       The student will                    World History and   analyze past and present trends in human
Geography                                       Geography           migration and cultural interaction as they
are influenced by social, economic,
political, and environmental factors.

MX101-01   Back to Basics          World       The student will identify natural, World History and    showing patterns of economic activity and
Geography   human, and capital resources and Geography              land use;
explain their significance by

MX100-05   Predict                 World       The student will identify natural, World History and    evaluating perspectives and consequences
Consequences            Geography   human, and capital resources and Geography              regarding the use of resources.
explain their significance by

MX101-04   Economic Systems        World       The student will                    World History and   distinguish between developed and
Geography                                       Geography           developing countries and relate the level of
economic development to the standard of
living and quality of life.
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic              Strand Text                 Standard Text                    Objective Text
Strategy #
MX101-02 Economic Policy        World        The student will analyze the global World History and    identifying criteria that influence economic
Geography    patterns and networks of            Geography            activities;
economic interdependence by

MX101-03   Markets and Trade   World         The student will analyze the global World History and    explaining comparative advantage and its
Geography     patterns and networks of            Geography            relationship to international trade;
economic interdependence by

MX101-04   Economic Systems    World         The student will analyze the global World History and    describing ways that economic and social
Geography     patterns and networks of            Geography            interactions have changed over time;
economic interdependence by

MX101-03   Markets and Trade   World         The student will analyze the global World History and    describing and evaluating the formation of
Geography     patterns and networks of            Geography            economic unions.
economic interdependence by

MX101-04   Economic Systems    World         The student will analyze how the     World History and   explaining and analyzing reasons for the
Geography     forces of conflict and cooperation   Geography           different spatial divisions at the local and
affect the division and control of                       regional levels;
the Earth’s surface by

MX101-04   Economic Systems    World         The student will analyze how the     World History and   explaining and analyzing the different
Geography     forces of conflict and cooperation   Geography           spatial divisions at the national and
affect the division and control of                       international levels;
the Earth’s surface by

MX99-04    Analyze Impact      World         The student will analyze how the     World History and   analyzing ways cooperation occurs to solve
Geography     forces of conflict and cooperation   Geography           problems and settle disputes.
affect the division and control of
the Earth’s surface by

MX99-04    Analyze Impact      World         The student will analyze the     World History and       applying the concepts of site and situation
Geography     patterns of urban development by Geography               to major cities in each region;
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name       Topic                Strand Text                Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX99-01    Gather Information   Virginia and    The student will demonstrate skills World History and   identify, analyze, and interpret primary and
United States   for historical and geographical     Geography           secondary source documents, records,
History         analysis, including the ability to                      and data, including artifacts, diaries,
letters, photographs, journals, newspapers,
historical accounts, and art to increase
understanding of events and life in the
United States;
MX99-02    Establish Context    Virginia and    The student will demonstrate skills World History and   evaluate the authenticity, authority, and
United States   for historical and geographical     Geography           credibility of sources;
History         analysis, including the ability to

MX99-01    Gather Information   Virginia and    The student will demonstrate skills World History and   formulate historical questions and defend
United States   for historical and geographical     Geography           findings based on inquiry and
History         analysis, including the ability to                      interpretation;

MX99-02    Establish Context    Virginia and    The student will demonstrate skills World History and   develop perspectives of time and place,
United States   for historical and geographical     Geography           including the construction of maps and
History         analysis, including the ability to                      various time lines of events, periods, and
personalities in American history;
MX99-03    Look at Different    Virginia and    The student will demonstrate skills World History and   communicate findings orally and in
Points of View       United States   for historical and geographical     Geography           analytical essays and/or comprehensive
History         analysis, including the ability to                      papers;

MX99-04    Analyze Impact       Virginia and    The student will demonstrate skills World History and   develop skills in discussion, debate, and
United States   for historical and geographical     Geography           persuasive writing with respect to enduring
History         analysis, including the ability to                      issues and determine how divergent
reconciled;
MX99-04    Analyze Impact       Virginia and    The student will demonstrate skills World History and   apply geographic skills and reference
United States   for historical and geographical     Geography           sources to understand how relationships
History         analysis, including the ability to                      between humans and their environment
have changed over time;
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name       Topic                  Strand Text                Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX98-01    Identify Context and Virginia and      The student will demonstrate skills World History and   interpret the significance of excerpts from
Purpose              United States     for historical and geographical     Geography           famous speeches and other documents.
History           analysis, including the ability to

MX96-02    Colonization and     Early America:    The student will describe          World History and    how early European exploration and
Settlement           Early Claims,                                        Geography            colonization resulted in cultural interactions
Early Conflicts                                                           among Europeans, Africans, and American
Indians (First Americans).

MX96-03    Revolution and the   Early America:    The student will describe          World History and    how the values and institutions of
New Nation           Early Claims,                                        Geography            European economic life took root in the
Early Conflicts                                                           colonies and how slavery reshaped
European and African life in the Americas.

MX96-03    Revolution and the   Revolution and    The student will demonstrate      World History and     analyzing how the political ideas of John
New Nation           the New Nation    knowledge of events and issues of Geography             Locke and those expressed in Common
the Revolutionary Period by                             Sense helped shape the Declaration of
Independence;
MX96-03    Revolution and the   Revolution and    The student will demonstrate      World History and     describing the political differences among
New Nation           the New Nation    knowledge of events and issues of Geography             the colonists concerning separation from
the Revolutionary Period by                             Britain;

MX96-03    Revolution and the   Revolution and    The student will demonstrate      World History and     analyzing reasons for colonial victory in the
New Nation           the New Nation    knowledge of events and issues of Geography             Revolutionary War.
the Revolutionary Period by

MX96-03    Revolution and the   Revolution and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   explaining the origins of the Constitution,
New Nation           the New Nation    knowledge of the issues involved Geography              including the Articles of Confederation;
in the creation and ratification of
the United States Constitution and
how the principles of limited
government, consent of the
governed, and the social contract
are embodied in it by
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                  Strand Text                 Standard Text                    Objective Text
Strategy #
MX96-03    Revolution and the   Revolution and  The student will demonstrate          World History and   identifying the major compromises
New Nation           the New Nation  knowledge of the issues involved      Geography           necessary to produce the Constitution, and
in the creation and ratification of                       the roles of James Madison and George
the United States Constitution and                        Washington;
how the principles of limited
government, consent of the
governed, and the social contract
are embodied in it by
MX96-03    Revolution and the   Revolution and The student will demonstrate           World History and   describing the conflict over ratification,
New Nation           the New Nation knowledge of the issues involved       Geography           including the Bill of Rights and the
in the creation and ratification of                       arguments of the Federalists and Anti-
the United States Constitution and                        Federalists;
how the principles of limited
government, consent of the
governed, and the social contract
are embodied in it by
MX96-03    Revolution and the   Revolution and The student will demonstrate           World History and   examining the significance of the Virginia
New Nation           the New Nation knowledge of the issues involved       Geography           Declaration of Rights and the Virginia
in the creation and ratification of                       Statute for Religious Freedom in the
the United States Constitution and                        framing of the Bill of Rights.
how the principles of limited
government, consent of the
governed, and the social contract
are embodied in it by
MX96-03    Revolution and the   Expansion and The student will demonstrate            World History and   identifying the economic, political, and
New Nation           Reform: 1801 to knowledge of the major events         Geography           geographic factors that led to territorial
1860            during the first half of the                              expansion and its impact on the American
nineteenth century by                                     Indians (First Americans);
MX96-03    Revolution and the   Expansion and The student will demonstrate            World History and   describing the key features of the
New Nation           Reform: 1801 to knowledge of the major events         Geography           Jacksonian Era, with emphasis on federal
1861            during the first half of the                              banking policies;
nineteenth century by
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                  Strand Text              Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX96-04    Expansion and        Expansion and The student will demonstrate         World History and   describing the cultural, economic, and
Reform               Reform: 1801 to knowledge of the major events      Geography           political issues that divided the nation,
1862            during the first half of the                           including slavery, the abolitionist and
nineteenth century by                                  women’s suffrage movements, and the
role of the states in the Union.
MX96-05    Civil War and        Civil War and   The student will demonstrate       World History and   identifying the major events and the roles
Reconstruction       Reconstruction: knowledge of the Civil War and     Geography           of key leaders of the Civil War Era, with
1860 to 1877    Reconstruction Era and its                             emphasis on Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S.
importance as a major turning                          Grant, Robert E. Lee, and Frederick
point in American history by                           Douglass;
MX96-05    Civil War and        Civil War and   The student will demonstrate       World History and   analyzing the significance of the
Reconstruction       Reconstruction: knowledge of the Civil War and     Geography           Emancipation Proclamation and the
1860 to 1878    Reconstruction Era and its                             principles outlined in Lincoln’s Gettysburg
importance as a major turning                          Address;
point in American history by
MX96-05    Civil War and        Civil War and   The student will demonstrate       World History and   examining the political, economic, and
Reconstruction       Reconstruction: knowledge of the Civil War and     Geography           social impact of the war and
1860 to 1879    Reconstruction Era and its                             Reconstruction, including the adoption of
importance as a major turning                          the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments to
point in American history by                           the Constitution of the United States.
MX97-01    Industrialization    Reshaping the The student will demonstrate         World History and   explaining the relationship among territorial
Nation and the knowledge of how the nation grew    Geography           expansion, westward movement of the
Emergence of    and changed from the end of                            population, new immigration, growth of
Modern          Reconstruction through the early                       cities, and the admission of new states to
America: 1877 twentieth century by                                     the Union;
to 1930s
MX97-01    Industrialization    Reshaping the The student will demonstrate         World History and   describing the transformation of the
Nation and the knowledge of how the nation grew    Geography           American economy from a primarily
Emergence of    and changed from the end of                            agrarian to a modern industrial economy
Modern          Reconstruction through the early                       and identifying major inventions that
America: 1877 twentieth century by                                     improved life in the United States;
to 1930s
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                 Strand Text                Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX97-01    Industrialization    Reshaping the    The student will demonstrate     World History and     analyzing prejudice and discrimination
Nation and the   knowledge of how the nation grew Geography             during this time period, with emphasis on
Emergence of     and changed from the end of                            “Jim Crow” and the responses of Booker T.
Modern           Reconstruction through the early                       Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois;
America: 1877    twentieth century by
to 1930s
MX97-01    Industrialization    Reshaping the    The student will demonstrate     World History and     identifying the impact of the Progressive
Nation and the   knowledge of how the nation grew Geography             Movement, including child labor and
Emergence of     and changed from the end of                            antitrust laws, the rise of labor unions, and
Modern           Reconstruction through the early                       the success of the women’s suffrage
America: 1877    twentieth century by                                   movement.
to 1930s
MX97-02    Emergence of         Reshaping the    The student will demonstrate       World History and   explaining the changing policies of the
Modern America       Nation and the   knowledge of the emerging role of Geography            United States toward Latin America and
Emergence of     the United States in world affairs                     Asia and the growing influence of the
Modern           and key domestic events after                          United States in foreign markets;
America: 1877    1890 by
to 1930s
MX97-02    Emergence of         Reshaping the    The student will demonstrate       World History and   evaluating United States involvement in
Modern America       Nation and the   knowledge of the emerging role of Geography            World War I, including Wilson’s Fourteen
Emergence of     the United States in world affairs                     Points, the Treaty of Versailles, and the
Modern           and key domestic events after                          national debate over treaty ratification and
America: 1877    1890 by                                                the League of Nations;
to 1930s
MX97-03    Great Depression     Reshaping the    The student will demonstrate       World History and   explaining the causes of the Great
and World War II     Nation and the   knowledge of the emerging role of Geography            Depression, its impact on the American
Emergence of     the United States in world affairs                     people, and the ways the New Deal
Modern           and key domestic events after                          addressed it.
America: 1877    1890 by
to 1930s
MX97-03    Great Depression     Conflict: The    The student will demonstrate      World History and    identifying the causes and events that led
and World War II     World at War:    knowledge of World War II by      Geography            to American involvement in the war,
1939 to 1945                                                            including military assistance to Britain and
the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor;
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                Strand Text               Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX97-03    Great Depression     Conflict: The   The student will demonstrate     World History and    describing the major battles and turning
and World War II     World at War:   knowledge of World War II by     Geography            points of the war in North Africa, Europe,
1939 to 1946                                                          and the Pacific, including Midway,
and Truman’s decision to use the atomic
bomb to force the surrender of Japan;

MX97-03    Great Depression     Conflict: The   The student will demonstrate     World History and    describing the role of all-minority military
and World War II     World at War:   knowledge of World War II by     Geography            units, including the Tuskegee Airmen and
1939 to 1947                                                          Nisei regiments;

MX97-03    Great Depression     Conflict: The   The student will demonstrate     World History and    describing the Geneva Convention and the
and World War II     World at War:   knowledge of World War II by     Geography            treatment of prisoners of war during World
1939 to 1948                                                          War II;

MX97-03    Great Depression     Conflict: The   The student will demonstrate     World History and    analyzing the Holocaust (Hitler’s “final
and World War II     World at War:   knowledge of World War II by     Geography            solution”), its impact on Jews and other
1939 to 1949                                                          groups, and postwar trials of war criminals.

MX97-03    Great Depression     Conflict: The   The student will demonstrate      World History and   explaining how the United States mobilized
and World War II     World at War:   knowledge of the effects of World Geography           its economic, human, and military
1939 to 1950    War II on the home front by                           resources;

MX97-03    Great Depression     Conflict: The   The student will demonstrate      World History and   describing the contributions of women and
and World War II     World at War:   knowledge of the effects of World Geography           minorities to the war effort;
1939 to 1951    War II on the home front by

MX97-03    Great Depression     Conflict: The   The student will demonstrate      World History and   explaining the internment of Japanese
and World War II     World at War:   knowledge of the effects of World Geography           Americans during the war;
1939 to 1952    War II on the home front by

MX97-04    The Post-War Era     Conflict: The   The student will demonstrate      World History and   describing the role of media and
World at War:   knowledge of the effects of World Geography           communications in the war effort.
1939 to 1953    War II on the home front by
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                Strand Text                Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX97-04    The Post-War Era     The United     The student will demonstrate        World History and   describing outcomes of World War II,
States since   knowledge of United States          Geography           including political boundary changes, the
World War II   foreign policy since World War II                       formation of the United Nations, and the
by                                                      Marshall Plan;
MX97-04    The Post-War Era     The United     The student will demonstrate        World History and   explaining the origins of the Cold War, and
States since   knowledge of United States          Geography           describing the Truman Doctrine and the
World War II   foreign policy since World War II                       policy of containment of communism, the
by                                                      American role in wars in Korea and
Vietnam, and the role of the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization (NATO) in Europe;

MX97-04    The Post-War Era     The United     The student will demonstrate        World History and   explaining the role of America’s military
States since   knowledge of United States          Geography           and veterans in defending freedom during
World War II   foreign policy since World War II                       the Cold War;
by
MX97-05    Contemporary         The United     The student will demonstrate        World History and   explaining the collapse of communism and
America              States since   knowledge of United States          Geography           the end of the Cold War, including the role
World War II   foreign policy since World War II                       of Ronald Reagan.
by
MX97-05    Contemporary         The United     The student will demonstrate        World History and   identifying the importance of the Brown v.
America              States since   knowledge of the Civil Rights       Geography           Board of Education decision, the roles of
World War II   movement of the 1950s and                               Thurgood Marshall and Oliver Hill, and how
1960s by                                                Virginia responded;
MX97-05    Contemporary         The United     The student will demonstrate        World History and   describing the importance of the National
America              States since   knowledge of the Civil Rights       Geography           Association for the Advancement of
World War II   movement of the 1950s and                               Colored People (NAACP), the 1963 March
1960s by                                                on Washington, the Civil Rights Act of
1964, and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

MX97-05    Contemporary         The United     The student will demonstrate     World History and      analyzing the effects of increased
America              States since   knowledge of economic, social,   Geography              participation of women in the labor force;
World War II   cultural, and political
developments in the contemporary
United States by
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                 Strand Text                   Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX97-05    Contemporary         The United      The student will demonstrate     World History and         analyzing how changing patterns of
America              States since    knowledge of economic, social,   Geography                 immigration affect the diversity of the
World War II    cultural, and political                                    United States population, the reasons new
developments in the contemporary                           immigrants choose to come to this country,
United States by                                           and their contributions to contemporary
America;
MX97-05    Contemporary         The United      The student will demonstrate           World History and   explaining the media influence on
America              States since    knowledge of economic, social,         Geography           contemporary American culture and how
World War II    cultural, and political                                    scientific and technological advances
developments in the contemporary                           affect the workplace, health care, and
United States by                                           education.
MX100-01   Clarify the Issue    Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   analyze primary and secondary source
United States   mastery of the social studies skills   Geography           documents;
Government      citizenship requires, including the
ability to
MX100-01   Clarify the Issue    Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   create and interpret maps, diagrams,
United States   mastery of the social studies skills   Geography           tables, charts, graphs, and spreadsheets;
Government      citizenship requires, including the
ability to
MX100-03   Examine Influences   Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   analyze political cartoons, political
United States   mastery of the social studies skills   Geography           advertisements, pictures, and other
Government      citizenship requires, including the                        graphic media;
ability to
MX100-02   Find Parallels and   Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   distinguish between relevant and irrelevant
Precedents           United States   mastery of the social studies skills   Geography           information;
Government      citizenship requires, including the
ability to
MX100-03   Examine Influences   Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   evaluate information for accuracy,
United States   mastery of the social studies skills   Geography           separating fact from opinion;
Government      citizenship requires, including the
ability to
MX100-01   Clarify the Issue    Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   identify a problem and prioritize solutions;
United States   mastery of the social studies skills   Geography
Government      citizenship requires, including the
ability to
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                 Strand Text                   Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX100-06 Present and Justify Virginia and       The student will demonstrate           World History and   select and defend positions in writing,
Results              United States   mastery of the social studies skills   Geography           discussion, and debate.
Government      citizenship requires, including the
ability to
MX103-03   Government           Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   describing the development of Athenian
Systems              United States   knowledge of the political             Geography           democracy and the Roman republic;
Government      philosophies that shaped the
development of Virginia and
United States constitutional
government by
MX103-02   Purpose of           Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   explaining the influence of the Magna
Government           United States   knowledge of the political             Geography           Carta, the English Petition of Rights, and
Government      philosophies that shaped the                               the English Bill of Rights;
development of Virginia and
United States constitutional
government by
MX103-03   Government           Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   examining the writings of Hobbes, Locke,
Systems              United States   knowledge of the political             Geography           and Montesquieu;
Government      philosophies that shaped the
development of Virginia and
United States constitutional
government by
MX103-03   Government           Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   explaining the guarantee of the rights of
Systems              United States   knowledge of the political             Geography           Englishmen set forth in the charters of the
Government      philosophies that shaped the                               Virginia Company of London;
development of Virginia and
United States constitutional
government by
MX104-01   Read the Rules       Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   analyzing the natural rights philosophies
United States   knowledge of the political             Geography           expressed in the Declaration of
Government      philosophies that shaped the                               Independence.
development of Virginia and
United States constitutional
government by
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name        Topic                 Strand Text               Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX104-03 Making Decisions,        Virginia and    The student will demonstrate       World History and   recognizing the fundamental worth and
Seeking Consensus,     United States   knowledge of the concepts of       Geography           dignity of the individual;
and Resolving          Government      democracy by
Conflicts
MX104-03 Making Decisions,        Virginia and    The student will demonstrate       World History and   recognizing the equality of all citizens
Seeking Consensus,     United States   knowledge of the concepts of       Geography           under the law;
and Resolving          Government      democracy by
Conflicts
MX104-03 Making Decisions,        Virginia and    The student will demonstrate       World History and   recognizing majority rule and minority
Seeking Consensus,     United States   knowledge of the concepts of       Geography           rights;
and Resolving          Government      democracy by
Conflicts
MX104-03 Making Decisions,        Virginia and    The student will demonstrate       World History and   recognizing the necessity of compromise;
Seeking Consensus,     United States   knowledge of the concepts of       Geography
and Resolving          Government      democracy by
Conflicts
MX104-03 Making Decisions,        Virginia and    The student will demonstrate       World History and   recognizing the freedom of the individual.
Seeking Consensus,     United States   knowledge of the concepts of       Geography
and Resolving          Government      democracy by
Conflicts
MX103-01 Structure of             Virginia and    The student will demonstrate       World History and   examining the ratification debates and The
Government             United States   knowledge of the Constitution of   Geography           Federalist;
Government      the United States by

MX103-01   Structure of           Virginia and    The student will demonstrate       World History and   identifying the purposes for government
Government             United States   knowledge of the Constitution of   Geography           stated in the Preamble;
Government      the United States by

MX103-01   Structure of           Virginia and    The student will demonstrate       World History and   examining the fundamental principles upon
Government             United States   knowledge of the Constitution of   Geography           which the Constitution of the United States
Government      the United States by                                   is based, including the rule of law, consent
of the governed, limited government,
separation of powers, and federalism;
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name       Topic                Strand Text                   Standard Text                    Objective Text
Strategy #
MX104-01 Read the Rules         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   illustrating the structure of the national
United States   knowledge of the Constitution of       Geography           government outlined in Article I, Article II,
Government      the United States by                                       and Article III;

MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   describing the amendment process.
Government           United States   knowledge of the Constitution of       Geography
Government      the United States by

MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   explaining the relationship of the state
Government           United States   knowledge of the federal system        Geography           governments to the national government;
Government      described in the Constitution of the
United States by
MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   describing the extent to which power is
Government           United States   knowledge of the federal system        Geography           shared;
Government      described in the Constitution of the
United States by
MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   identifying the powers denied state and
Government           United States   knowledge of the federal system        Geography           national governments;
Government      described in the Constitution of the
United States by
MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   examining the ongoing debate that focuses
Government           United States   knowledge of the federal system        Geography           on the balance of power between state and
Government      described in the Constitution of the                       national governments.
United States by
MX104-03   Making Decisions,    Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   describing the organization, role, and
Seeking Consensus,   United States   knowledge of local, state, and         Geography           constituencies of political parties;
and Resolving        Government      national elections by
Conflicts
MX104-03   Making Decisions,    Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   describing the nomination and election
Seeking Consensus,   United States   knowledge of local, state, and         Geography           process;
and Resolving        Government      national elections by
Conflicts
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name        Topic                 Strand Text                Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX104-03 Making Decisions,        Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   examining campaign funding and
Seeking Consensus,     United States   knowledge of local, state, and      Geography           spending;
and Resolving          Government      national elections by
Conflicts
MX104-03 Making Decisions,        Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   analyzing the influence of media coverage,
Seeking Consensus,     United States   knowledge of local, state, and      Geography           campaign advertising, and public opinion
and Resolving          Government      national elections by                                   polls;
Conflicts
MX104-02 Democracy in Action      Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   examining the impact of reapportionment
United States   knowledge of local, state, and      Geography           and redistricting;
Government      national elections by

MX104-01   Read the Rules         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   identifying how amendments extend the
United States   knowledge of local, state, and      Geography           right to vote;
Government      national elections by

MX104-03   Making Decisions,      Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   analyzing voter turnout.
Seeking Consensus,     United States   knowledge of local, state, and      Geography
and Resolving          Government      national elections by
Conflicts
MX103-01   Structure of           Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   examining the legislative, executive, and
Government             United States   knowledge of the organization and   Geography           judicial branches;
Government      powers of the national government
by
MX103-01   Structure of           Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   analyzing the relationship between the
Government             United States   knowledge of the organization and   Geography           three branches in a system of checks and
Government      powers of the national government                       balances.
by
MX103-01   Structure of           Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   examining the legislative, executive, and
Government             United States   knowledge of the organization and   Geography           judicial branches;
Government      powers of the state and local
governments described in the
Constitution of Virginia by
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name       Topic                Strand Text                Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX103-01 Structure of           Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   examining the structure and powers of
Government           United States   knowledge of the organization and   Geography           local governments: county, city, and town;
Government      powers of the state and local
governments described in the
Constitution of Virginia by
MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   analyzing the relationship among state and
Government           United States   knowledge of the organization and   Geography           local governments.
Government      powers of the state and local
governments described in the
Constitution of Virginia by
MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   examining different perspectives on the
Government           United States   knowledge of the process by         Geography           role of government;
Government      which public policy is made by

MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   explaining how local, state, and national
Government           United States   knowledge of the process by         Geography           governments formulate public policy;
Government      which public policy is made by

MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   describing the process by which policy is
Government           United States   knowledge of the process by         Geography           implemented by the bureaucracy at each
Government      which public policy is made by                          level;

MX104-03   Making Decisions,    Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   analyzing how individuals, interest groups,
Seeking Consensus,   United States   knowledge of the process by         Geography           and the media influence public policy.
and Resolving        Government      which public policy is made by
Conflicts
MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate      World History and     explaining the jurisdiction of the federal
Government           United States   knowledge of the operation of the Geography             courts;
Government      federal judiciary by

MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate      World History and     examining how John Marshall established
Government           United States   knowledge of the operation of the Geography             the Supreme Court as an independent, co-
Government      federal judiciary by                                    equal branch of government through his
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name       Topic                Strand Text                  Standard Text                    Objective Text
Strategy #
MX103-01 Structure of           Virginia and    The student will demonstrate      World History and        describing how the Supreme Court decides
Government           United States   knowledge of the operation of the Geography                cases;
Government      federal judiciary by

MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate      World History and        comparing the philosophies of judicial
Government           United States   knowledge of the operation of the Geography                activism and judicial restraint.
Government      federal judiciary by

MX104-01   Read the Rules       Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   examining the Bill of Rights, with emphasis
United States   knowledge of civil liberties and civil Geography           on First Amendment freedoms;
Government      rights by

MX104-01   Read the Rules       Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   analyzing due process of law expressed in
United States   knowledge of civil liberties and civil Geography           the 5th and 14th Amendments;
Government      rights by

MX104-01   Read the Rules       Virginia and    The student will demonstrate           World History and   explaining selective incorporation of the Bill
United States   knowledge of civil liberties and civil Geography           of Rights;
Government      rights by

MX104-02   Democracy in Action Virginia and     The student will demonstrate           World History and   exploring the balance between individual
United States    knowledge of civil liberties and civil Geography           liberties and the public interest;
Government       rights by

MX104-02   Democracy in Action Virginia and     The student will demonstrate           World History and   explaining every citizen’s right to be treated
United States    knowledge of civil liberties and civil Geography           equally under the law.
Government       rights by

MX105-02   American Foreign     Virginia and    The student will demonstrate      World History and        describing the responsibilities of the
Policy               United States   knowledge of the role of the      Geography                national government for foreign policy and
Government      United States in a changing world                          national security;
by
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name       Topic               Strand Text                 Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX105-02 American Foreign       Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   assessing the role played by national
Policy               United States   knowledge of the role of the        Geography           interest in shaping foreign policy and
Government      United States in a changing world                       promoting world peace;
by
MX101-02   Economic Policy      Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   examining the relationship of Virginia and
United States   knowledge of the role of the        Geography           the United States to the global economy;
Government      United States in a changing world
by
MX101-02   Economic Policy      Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   examining recent foreign policy and
United States   knowledge of the role of the        Geography           international trade initiatives since 1980.
Government      United States in a changing world
by
MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   describing the distribution of governmental
Government           United States   knowledge of how governments in     Geography           power;
Government      Mexico, Great Britain, and the
People’s Republic of China
compare with government in the
United States by
MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   explaining the relationship between the
Government           United States   knowledge of how governments in     Geography           legislative and executive branches;
Government      Mexico, Great Britain, and the
People’s Republic of China
compare with government in the
United States by
MX103-01   Structure of         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   comparing the extent of participation in the
Government           United States   knowledge of how governments in     Geography           political process.
Government      Mexico, Great Britain, and the
People’s Republic of China
compare with government in the
United States by
MX101-01   Back to Basics       Virginia and    The student will demonstrate        World History and   identifying the basic economic questions
United States   knowledge of economic systems       Geography           encountered by all economic systems;
Government      by
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name      Topic                Strand Text              Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX101-04 Economic Systems Virginia and          The student will demonstrate     World History and   comparing the characteristics of free
United States   knowledge of economic systems    Geography           market, command, and mixed economies,
Government      by                                                   as described by Adam Smith and Karl
Marx;
MX101-02   Economic Policy      Virginia and    The student will demonstrate     World History and   evaluating the impact of the government’s
United States   knowledge of economic systems    Geography           role in the economy on individual economic
Government      by                                                   freedoms;

MX101-04   Economic Systems     Virginia and    The student will demonstrate     World History and   explaining the relationship between
United States   knowledge of economic systems    Geography           economic freedom and political freedom;
Government      by

MX101-02   Economic Policy      Virginia and    The student will demonstrate     World History and   examining productivity and the standard of
United States   knowledge of economic systems    Geography           living as measured by key economic
Government      by                                                   indicators.

MX102-02   Understand Business Virginia and     The student will demonstrate     World History and   assessing the importance of
Behavior            United States    knowledge of the United States   Geography           entrepreneurship, the profit motive, and
Government       market economy by                                    economic independence to the promotion
of economic growth;
MX102-02   Understand Business Virginia and     The student will demonstrate     World History and   comparing types of business
Behavior            United States    knowledge of the United States   Geography           organizations;
Government       market economy by

MX101-01   Back to Basics       Virginia and    The student will demonstrate     World History and   describing the factors of production;
United States   knowledge of the United States   Geography
Government      market economy by

MX101-01   Back to Basics       Virginia and    The student will demonstrate     World History and   explaining the interaction of supply and
United States   knowledge of the United States   Geography           demand;
Government      market economy by
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name       Topic                 Strand Text                   Standard Text                   Objective Text
Strategy #
MX101-01 Back to Basics         Virginia and    The student will demonstrate            World History and   illustrating the circular flow of economic
United States   knowledge of the United States          Geography           activity;
Government      market economy by

MX101-02   Economic Policy      Virginia and    The student will demonstrate            World History and   analyzing global economic trends, with
United States   knowledge of the United States          Geography           emphasis on the impact of technological
Government      market economy by                                           innovations.

MX101-02   Economic Policy      Virginia and    The student will demonstrate            World History and   analyzing the impact of fiscal and monetary
United States   knowledge of the role of                Geography           policies on the economy;
Government      government in the Virginia and
United States economies by
MX101-03   Markets and Trade    Virginia and    The student will demonstrate            World History and   describing the creation of public goods and
United States   knowledge of the role of                Geography           services;
Government      government in the Virginia and
United States economies by
MX101-02   Economic Policy      Virginia and    The student will demonstrate            World History and   examining environmental issues, property
United States   knowledge of the role of                Geography           rights, contracts, consumer rights, labor-
Government      government in the Virginia and                              management relations, and competition in
United States economies by                                  the marketplace.
MX104-03   Making Decisions,  Virginia and      The student will demonstrate            World History and   practicing trustworthiness and honesty;
Seeking Consensus, United States     knowledge of personal character         Geography
and Resolving      Government        traits that facilitate thoughtful and
Conflicts                            effective participation in civic life
by
MX104-03   Making Decisions,  Virginia and      The student will demonstrate            World History and   practicing courtesy and respect for the
Seeking Consensus, United States     knowledge of personal character         Geography           rights of others;
and Resolving      Government        traits that facilitate thoughtful and
Conflicts                            effective participation in civic life
by
MX104-03   Making Decisions,  Virginia and      The student will demonstrate            World History and   practicing responsibility, accountability, and
Seeking Consensus, United States     knowledge of personal character         Geography           self-reliance;
and Resolving      Government        traits that facilitate thoughtful and
Conflicts                            effective participation in civic life
by
Skill/  Skill/ Strategy Name       Topic                 Strand Text                   Standard Text                    Objective Text
Strategy #
MX104-03 Making Decisions,      Virginia and    The student will demonstrate            World History and   practicing respect for the law;
Seeking Consensus, United States     knowledge of personal character         Geography
and Resolving        Government      traits that facilitate thoughtful and
Conflicts                            effective participation in civic life
by
MX104-03   Making Decisions,  Virginia and      The student will demonstrate            World History and   practicing patriotism.
Seeking Consensus, United States     knowledge of personal character         Geography
and Resolving      Government        traits that facilitate thoughtful and
Conflicts                            effective participation in civic life
by
MX104-03   Making Decisions,    Virginia and    The student will understand that        World History and   obeying the law and paying taxes;
Seeking Consensus,   United States   thoughtful and effective                Geography
and Resolving        Government      participation in civic life is
Conflicts                            characterized by
MX104-03   Making Decisions,    Virginia and    The student will understand that        World History and   serving as a juror;
Seeking Consensus,   United States   thoughtful and effective                Geography
and Resolving        Government      participation in civic life is
Conflicts                            characterized by
MX104-03   Making Decisions,    Virginia and    The student will understand that        World History and   participating in the political process;
Seeking Consensus,   United States   thoughtful and effective                Geography
and Resolving        Government      participation in civic life is
Conflicts                            characterized by
MX104-03   Making Decisions,    Virginia and    The student will understand that        World History and   performing public service;
Seeking Consensus,   United States   thoughtful and effective                Geography
and Resolving        Government      participation in civic life is
Conflicts                            characterized by
MX104-03   Making Decisions,    Virginia and    The student will understand that        World History and   keeping informed about current issues;
Seeking Consensus,   United States   thoughtful and effective                Geography
and Resolving        Government      participation in civic life is
Conflicts                            characterized by
MX104-03   Making Decisions,    Virginia and    The student will understand that        World History and   respecting differing opinions in a diverse
Seeking Consensus,   United States   thoughtful and effective                Geography           society.
and Resolving        Government      participation in civic life is
Conflicts                            characterized by

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