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Content: Mathematics

Standard Correlation Date: 10/03
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name              Strand Text                                       Standard Text
Strategy #
MX06-05 Signed Numbers             Number Operations and Concepts Students represent and apply real numbers in a variety of forms.

MX06-05 Signed Numbers              Number Operations and Concepts Students apply the structure and properties of the real number
system.
MX03-03 Proportions                 Number Operations and Concepts Students use proportional reasoning to solve problems.

MX06-05 Signed Numbers              Geometry                          Students represent and apply real numbers in a variety of forms.
MX06-05 Signed Numbers              Geometry                          Students apply the structure and properties of the real number
system.
MX03-03 Proportions                 Geometry                          Students use proportional reasoning to solve problems.
MX26-01 Measurement Instruments     Measurement                       Students apply estimation and measurement using the appropriate
and Techniques                                                methods and units to solve problems involving length, weight/mass,
area, surface area, volume, and angle measure.

MX26-02 Measurement Problems        Measurement                       Students apply estimation and measurement using the appropriate
methods and units to solve problems involving length, weight/mass,
area, surface area, volume, and angle measure.

MX03-04 Conversion of Units         Measurement                       Students demonstrate an understanding of both metric and U. S.
customary systems. Students are able to convert within each system.

MX03-01 Ratios                      Measurement                       Students identify and apply scale, ratios, and proportions in solving
measurement problems.
MX03-02 Ratio Variations            Measurement                       Students identify and apply scale, ratios, and proportions in solving
measurement problems.
MX03-03 Proportions                 Measurement                       Students identify and apply scale, ratios, and proportions in solving
measurement problems.
MX26-01 Measurement Instruments     Measurement                       Students solve problems of angle measure including those involving
and Techniques                                                polygons or parallel lines cut by a transversal.
MX26-02 Measurement Problems        Measurement                       Students solve indirect measurement problems.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name                    Strand Text                              Standard Text
Strategy #
MX06-01 Transitivity                      Algebra                 Students use algebraic concepts, symbols, and skills to represent
and solve real-world problems.
MX06-02 Add or Subtract the Same       Algebra                     Students use algebraic concepts, symbols, and skills to represent
Number in Equations                                        and solve real-world problems.
MX06-03 Multiply or Divide by the Same Algebra                     Students use algebraic concepts, symbols, and skills to represent
Number in Equations                                        and solve real-world problems.
MX06-04 Commutativity                  Algebra                     Students use algebraic concepts, symbols, and skills to represent
and solve real-world problems.
MX06-05 Signed Numbers                     Algebra                 Students use algebraic concepts, symbols, and skills to represent
and solve real-world problems.
MX06-06 Algebraic Sums of Signed           Algebra                 Students use algebraic concepts, symbols, and skills to represent
Numbers                                                    and solve real-world problems.
MX06-07 Multiply or Divide Signed          Algebra                 Students use algebraic concepts, symbols, and skills to represent
Numbers                                                    and solve real-world problems.
MX06-08 Associative and Distributive       Algebra                 Students use algebraic concepts, symbols, and skills to represent
Properties                                                 and solve real-world problems.
MX06-09 Order of Operations                Algebra                 Students use algebraic concepts, symbols, and skills to represent
and solve real-world problems.
MX09-01 Solve Equations by                 Algebra                 Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
Substitution                                               equations, and inequalities.
MX09-02 Solve Linear Equations With        Algebra                 Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
One Unknown                                                equations, and inequalities.
MX09-03 Solve Quadratic Equations          Algebra                 Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
equations, and inequalities.
MX09-04 Solve Equations With More          Algebra                 Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
Than One Unknown                                           equations, and inequalities.
MX09-05 Use a Solution of One              Algebra                 Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
Equation to Solve Another                                  equations, and inequalities.
MX09-06 General Quadratic Equations        Algebra                 Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
Using a Formula                                            equations, and inequalities.
MX11-01 Add or Subtract Quantities to      Algebra                 Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
Inequalities                                               equations, and inequalities.
MX11-02 Multiply or Divide an Inequality   Algebra                 Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
equations, and inequalities.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name                  Strand Text                                      Standard Text
Strategy #
MX11-03 Find the Product of Two          Algebra                         Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
Numbers or Expressions in                                      equations, and inequalities.
Inequalities
MX11-04 Solve Linear Inequalities in     Algebra                         Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
One Unknown                                                    equations, and inequalities.
MX11-05 Solve Higher Order               Algebra                         Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
Inequalities in One Unknown                                    equations, and inequalities.
MX11-06 Use Inequalities to Compare      Algebra                         Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
Fractions                                                      equations, and inequalities.
MX07-01 Add and Subtract Algebraic       Algebra                         Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
Expressions                                                    equations, and inequalities.
MX07-02 Add Expressions That Are         Algebra                         Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
Fractions                                                      equations, and inequalities.
MX07-03 Multiply Algebraic Expressions   Algebra                         Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
equations, and inequalities.
MX07-04 Divide Algebraic Expressions      Algebra                         Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
equations, and inequalities.
MX07-05 Use Substitution to Solve         Algebra                         Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
Algebraic Expressions                                            equations, and inequalities.
MX109-01 Time for a Change                Algebra                         Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
equations, and inequalities.
MX109-02 Form and Function                Algebra                         Students write, model, and evaluate expressions, functions,
equations, and inequalities.
MX47-01 Graph Equations                   Algebra                         Students graph linear equations and interpret the results in solving
algebraic problems.
MX55-01 Solve Systems of Linear           Algebra                         Students graph linear equations and interpret the results in solving
Equations Algebraically                                           algebraic problems.
MX55-02 Solve Systems of Linear           Algebra                         Students graph linear equations and interpret the results in solving
Equations Graphically                                             algebraic problems.
MX55-01 Solve Systems of Linear           Algebra                         Students solve, graph, or interpret systems of linear equations.
Equations Algebraically
MX55-02 Solve Systems of Linear           Algebra                         Students solve, graph, or interpret systems of linear equations.
Equations Graphically
MX19-01 Averages                          Data Analysis and Probability   Students apply knowledge of mean, median, mode, and range to
interpret and evaluate information and data.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name                 Strand Text                                    Standard Text
Strategy #
MX19-02 Medians                       Data Analysis and Probability   Students apply knowledge of mean, median, mode, and range to
interpret and evaluate information and data.
MX19-03 Modes                          Data Analysis and Probability   Students apply knowledge of mean, median, mode, and range to
interpret and evaluate information and data.
MX19-05 Percentiles, Quartiles, and    Data Analysis and Probability   Students apply knowledge of mean, median, mode, and range to
Range                                                         interpret and evaluate information and data.
MX111-01 Understand Scatterplot Data   Data Analysis and Probability   Students draw reasonable inferences from statistical data and/or
correlation/best fit line to predict outcomes.
MX22-01 Permutations and               Data Analysis and Probability   Students communicate about the likelihood of events using concepts
Combinations                                                   from probability. sample space evaluate simple probabilities
evaluate experimental vs. theoretical
MX22-02 Probability                    Data Analysis and Probability   Students communicate about the likelihood of events using concepts
from probability. sample space evaluate simple probabilities
evaluate experimental vs. theoretical
MX52-01 A Closer Look at Probability   Data Analysis and Probability   Students communicate about the likelihood of events using concepts
from probability. sample space evaluate simple probabilities
evaluate experimental vs. theoretical
MX52-02 Effect of Replacement          Data Analysis and Probability   Students communicate about the likelihood of events using concepts
from probability. sample space evaluate simple probabilities
evaluate experimental vs. theoretical
MX52-03 Compound Events                Data Analysis and Probability   Students communicate about the likelihood of events using concepts
from probability. sample space evaluate simple probabilities
evaluate experimental vs. theoretical
State: Wyoming
Content: Language Arts

Standard Correlation Date: 10/03
Skill/    Skill/ Strategy    Strand
Standard Text                                           Objective Text
Strategy #       Name           Text
MX34-01 Understand           Reading   Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Literal comprehension (main idea, summarizing,
First and Last               comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading. paraphrasing) and
Paragraphs
MX34-02 Sift Clues from      Reading   Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Literal comprehension (main idea, summarizing,
Topic and                    comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading. paraphrasing) and
Summary
Sentences
MX34-03 Derive Point of      Reading   Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Literal comprehension (main idea, summarizing,
View from Main               comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading. paraphrasing) and
Idea
PX20-01 What's It Going      Reading   Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Literal comprehension (main idea, summarizing,
to Be?                       comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading. paraphrasing) and

PX20-03 Consider             Reading   Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Literal comprehension (main idea, summarizing,
Context                        comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading. paraphrasing) and

PX20-05 Know How to          Reading   Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Literal comprehension (main idea, summarizing,

PX20-05 Know How to          Reading   Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Inferential comprehension (prediction,
conclusions).
PX18-03 Will the True        Reading   Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Inferential comprehension (prediction,
Meaning                        comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading. cause/effect, compare/contrast, drawing
Up?
PX18-02 Get Specific         Reading   Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Inferential comprehension (prediction,
comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading. cause/effect, compare/contrast, drawing
conclusions).
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy Strand
Standard Text                                            Objective Text
Strategy #      Name        Text
PX18-04 Use the Clues Reading      Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Inferential comprehension (prediction,
comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading. cause/effect, compare/contrast, drawing
conclusions).
MX37-02 Apply Your       Reading    Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Inferential comprehension (prediction,
Knowledge of                comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading. cause/effect, compare/contrast, drawing
Cues                                                                                    conclusions).
PX21-01 In the           Reading    Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Students use a range of strategies (using word
Beginning,                  comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading. origins; understanding multiple meanings; inferring
There Was the                                                                           meaning from context; inferring literal, figurative,
Word                                                                                    and technical meanings; understanding technical
and subject-specific words; interpreting allusions,
such as to mythology or American and British
literary works) to develop vocabulary.

PX21-02 Use Prefixes or Reading     Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Students use a range of strategies (using word
Roots                       comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading. origins; understanding multiple meanings; inferring
meaning from context; inferring literal, figurative,
and technical meanings; understanding technical
and subject-specific words; interpreting allusions,
such as to mythology or American and British
literary works) to develop vocabulary.

PX21-03 Connect the      Reading    Students use the reading process to apply a variety of      Students use a range of strategies (using word
Words                       comprehension strategies before, during, and after reading. origins; understanding multiple meanings; inferring
meaning from context; inferring literal, figurative,
and technical meanings; understanding technical
and subject-specific words; interpreting allusions,
such as to mythology or American and British
literary works) to develop vocabulary.

MX27-03 Classify and     Reading    Students demonstrate an understanding of literary texts.     Character development (character's actions,
Evaluate                                                                                 beliefs, motives, reactions, and feelings);
Character
Skill/    Skill/ Strategy  Strand
Standard Text                                            Objective Text
Strategy #       Name         Text
MX27-02 Identify and       Reading   Students demonstrate an understanding of literary texts.    Point of view including underlying author purpose;
Interpret Point
of View
MX27-01 Analyze the        Reading   Students demonstrate an understanding of literary texts.    Setting including historical/cultural context;
Setting

MX27-04 Determine and Reading         Students demonstrate an understanding of literary texts.    Universal themes including the philosophical
Support Theme                                                                             assumptions and underlying beliefs of author's
or Tone                                                                                   work; and
MX28-01 Metaphor      Reading         Students demonstrate an understanding of literary texts.    Students understand the use of a range of
complex literary devices/techniques to accomplish
author's purpose: ?Symbolism ?Mood/tone
?Allusion ?Irony ?Figurative language (metaphor,
simile, personification) ?Analogy ?Exaggeration
?Archetypes ?Symbolism

MX28-03 Irony              Reading    Students demonstrate an understanding of literary texts.    Students understand the use of a range of
complex literary devices/techniques to accomplish
author's purpose: ?Symbolism ?Mood/tone
?Allusion ?Irony ?Figurative language (metaphor,
simile, personification) ?Analogy ?Exaggeration
?Archetypes ?Symbolism

MX28-01 Metaphor           Reading    Students demonstrate an understanding of literary texts.    Students understand the use of a range of
complex literary devices/techniques to accomplish
author's purpose: ?Symbolism ?Mood/tone
?Allusion ?Irony ?Figurative language (metaphor,
simile, personification) ?Analogy ?Exaggeration
?Archetypes ?Symbolism

MX29-01 Identify           Reading    Students demonstrate understanding of informational texts. Explain author's intent;
Author’s
Purpose and
Point of View
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy Strand
Standard Text                                          Objective Text
Strategy #      Name        Text
MX29-02 Recognize Bias Reading     Students demonstrate understanding of informational texts. Evaluate for accuracy, relevance, and bias; and

MX37-02 Apply Your       Reading    Students demonstrate understanding of informational texts. Make generalizations and inferences based on
Knowledge of                                                                           implicit and explicit information.
Cues
PX30-02 Write On         Reading    Students demonstrate understanding of informational texts. Synthesize relevant data through note-taking and
questioning and

PX30-03 Read for         Reading    Students demonstrate understanding of informational texts. Synthesize relevant data through note-taking and
Results                                                                                questioning and

MX30-03 Choose a Topic Reading      Students demonstrate understanding of informational texts. Collecting information to narrow and develop a
or Controlling                                                                         topic; and
Idea
MX31-02 Provide        Reading      Students demonstrate understanding of informational texts. Using information to support a thesis.
Supporting
Details
MX30-04 Determine Key Writing       Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Elaborating on concepts in literature.
Points                      publish writing for intended audiences.

MX30-02 Identify Your Writing       Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Considering audience and purpose in planning.
Audience and                publish writing for intended audiences.
Purpose
PX24-01 Know Why You Writing        Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Considering audience and purpose in planning.
are Writing--               publish writing for intended audiences.
and for Whom

PX48-01 Use the Correct Writing     Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Considering audience and purpose in planning.
Format                      publish writing for intended audiences.

PX48-02 Frame Your       Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Considering audience and purpose in planning.
Argument                    publish writing for intended audiences.
Appropriately
Skill/    Skill/ Strategy Strand
Standard Text                                          Objective Text
Strategy #       Name        Text
MX30-03 Choose a Topic Writing      Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Developing a focus.
or Controlling            publish writing for intended audiences.
Idea
MX30-04 Determine Key Writing       Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Developing a focus.
Points                    publish writing for intended audiences.

MX68-01 Examine Ideas     Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Developing a focus.
and Support                  publish writing for intended audiences.

MX45-01 Start with a      Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Developing a focus.
Strategy                     publish writing for intended audiences.

PX45-01 Prewriting        Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Developing a focus.
publish writing for intended audiences.

PX24-02 Draw Before       Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Developing a focus.
You Write                    publish writing for intended audiences.

PX45-03 Revising          Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using vivid, specific and relevant details and
publish writing for intended audiences.                     concepts.

PX46-04 Go with What      Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using vivid, specific and relevant details and
You Know                     publish writing for intended audiences.                     concepts.

MX45-03 Add Some Style Writing       Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using vivid, specific and relevant details and
publish writing for intended audiences.                     concepts.

MX68-01 Examine Ideas     Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using vivid, specific and relevant details and
and Support                  publish writing for intended audiences.                     concepts.

MX31-02 Provide           Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using vivid, specific and relevant details and
Supporting                   publish writing for intended audiences.                     concepts.
Details
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy    Strand
Standard Text                                          Objective Text
Strategy #      Name           Text
MX31-03 Use Quoted          Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using vivid, specific and relevant details and
Material                    publish writing for intended audiences.                     concepts.
Appropriately
MX70-03 There's             Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using vivid, specific and relevant details and
Strength in                 publish writing for intended audiences.                     concepts.
Numbers
MX68-02 Judge               Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Arrange paragraphs into logical progression;
Organization                publish writing for intended audiences.
and Approach
MX45-02 Get Organized       Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Arrange paragraphs into logical progression;
publish writing for intended audiences.

MX31-01 Develop the          Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Arrange paragraphs into logical progression;
Introduction,                  publish writing for intended audiences.
Body, and
Conclusion
MX30-05 Select an            Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Arrange paragraphs into logical progression;
Organizational                 publish writing for intended audiences.
Structure
MX30-06 Group Ideas          Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Arrange paragraphs into logical progression;
and Sequence                   publish writing for intended audiences.
Information
PX45-02 Drafting             Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Arrange paragraphs into logical progression;
publish writing for intended audiences.

PX24-02 Draw Before         Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Arrange paragraphs into logical progression;
You Write                     publish writing for intended audiences.

MX31-01 Develop the          Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Include a concluding statement; and
Introduction,                  publish writing for intended audiences.
Body, and
Conclusion
MX68-01 Examine Ideas        Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Include a concluding statement; and
and Support                    publish writing for intended audiences.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy  Strand
Standard Text                                          Objective Text
Strategy #      Name         Text
PX45-02 Drafting          Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Include a concluding statement; and
publish writing for intended audiences.

MX68-03 The Little        Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Use transitions in written work.
Details Count                publish writing for intended audiences.

MX70-01 Add Emphasis      Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Use transitions in written work.
publish writing for intended audiences.

MX32-01 Reread and        Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Use transitions in written work.
Revise                       publish writing for intended audiences.

MX45-01 Start with a      Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Use transitions in written work.
Strategy                     publish writing for intended audiences.

MX24-03 Paragraph         Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Use transitions in written work.
Improvement                  publish writing for intended audiences.
Questions
MX30-02 Identify Your     Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using suitable content, vocabulary, style, structure,
Audience and                 publish writing for intended audiences.                     tone and voice;
Purpose
MX32-01 Reread and        Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using suitable content, vocabulary, style, structure,
Revise                       publish writing for intended audiences.                     tone and voice;

MX68-02 Judge             Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using suitable content, vocabulary, style, structure,
Organization                 publish writing for intended audiences.                     tone and voice;
and Approach
MX68-03 The Little        Writing    Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using suitable content, vocabulary, style, structure,
Details Count                publish writing for intended audiences.                     tone and voice;

PX48-01 Use the Correct Writing      Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using suitable content, vocabulary, style, structure,
Format                       publish writing for intended audiences.                     tone and voice;
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy  Strand
Standard Text                                          Objective Text
Strategy #      Name         Text
PX48-02 Frame Your        Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using suitable content, vocabulary, style, structure,
Argument                  publish writing for intended audiences.                     tone and voice;
Appropriately
PX46-01 Make It Match Writing       Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using suitable content, vocabulary, style, structure,
publish writing for intended audiences.                     tone and voice;

PX24-01 Know Why You Writing         Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using suitable content, vocabulary, style, structure,
are Writing--                publish writing for intended audiences.                     tone and voice;
and for Whom

PX24-03 It's Not Over 'Til Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using suitable content, vocabulary, style, structure,
It's Over                    publish writing for intended audiences.                     tone and voice;

PX24-01 Know Why You Writing         Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Considering background, age, knowledge of
are Writing--                publish writing for intended audiences.                     audience; and
and for Whom

PX48-02 Frame Your         Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Considering background, age, knowledge of
Argument                     publish writing for intended audiences.                     audience; and
Appropriately
MX30-02 Identify Your      Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Considering background, age, knowledge of
Audience and                 publish writing for intended audiences.                     audience; and
Purpose
MX30-02 Identify Your      Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Considering background, age, knowledge of
Audience and                 publish writing for intended audiences.                     audience; and
Purpose
PX24-01 Know Why You       Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using appropriate level of formality.
are Writing--                publish writing for intended audiences.
and for Whom

PX48-02 Frame Your         Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using appropriate level of formality.
Argument                     publish writing for intended audiences.
Appropriately
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy  Strand
Standard Text                                          Objective Text
Strategy #      Name         Text
MX30-02 Identify Your     Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using appropriate level of formality.
Audience and              publish writing for intended audiences.
Purpose
MX68-02 Judge             Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using appropriate level of formality.
Organization              publish writing for intended audiences.
and Approach
MX45-03 Add Some Style Writing      Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using appropriate level of formality.
publish writing for intended audiences.

MX44-01 Fix Sentence       Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Students use meaningful sentence construction to
Fragments                    publish writing for intended audiences.                     achieve logical sentence order and varied
sentence structures (parallel, compound-complex,
and analogous).
MX44-02 Choose Parallel Writing      Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Students use meaningful sentence construction to
Structure                    publish writing for intended audiences.                     achieve logical sentence order and varied
sentence structures (parallel, compound-complex,
and analogous).
MX24-02 Sentence           Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Students use meaningful sentence construction to
Correction                   publish writing for intended audiences.                     achieve logical sentence order and varied
Questions                                                                                sentence structures (parallel, compound-complex,
and analogous).
MX70-01 Add Emphasis       Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Students use meaningful word choice appropriate
publish writing for intended audiences.                     to purpose to achieve a specific tone.

MX45-03 Add Some Style Writing       Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Students use meaningful word choice appropriate
publish writing for intended audiences.                     to purpose to achieve a specific tone.

MX68-03 The Little         Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Students use meaningful word choice appropriate
Details Count                publish writing for intended audiences.                     to purpose to achieve a specific tone.

PX24-03 It's Not Over 'Til Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Students use meaningful word choice appropriate
It's Over                    publish writing for intended audiences.                     to purpose to achieve a specific tone.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy  Strand
Standard Text                                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name         Text
PX45-03 Revising          Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Students use meaningful word choice appropriate
publish writing for intended audiences.                     to purpose to achieve a specific tone.

PX45-04 Proofreading       Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Capitalizing names of regions;
publish writing for intended audiences.

PX24-03 It's Not Over 'Til Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Capitalizing names of regions;
It's Over                    publish writing for intended audiences.

MX32-02 Proofread          Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Capitalizing names of regions;
Carefully                    publish writing for intended audiences.

MX68-03 The Little         Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Capitalizing names of regions;
Details Count                publish writing for intended audiences.

MX24-01 Identification     Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using noun-pronoun agreements;
Questions                    publish writing for intended audiences.

MX39-01 Reach an           Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using noun-pronoun agreements;
Agreement                    publish writing for intended audiences.

MX39-02 Prevent            Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using noun-pronoun agreements;
Pronoun                      publish writing for intended audiences.
Problems
MX38-02 Colons and         Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using ellipses and semicolons;
Semicolons                   publish writing for intended audiences.

MX38-03 Odds and           Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using ellipses and semicolons;
Endings                      publish writing for intended audiences.

MX24-02 Sentence           Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using parallel structure.
Correction                   publish writing for intended audiences.
Questions
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy Strand
Standard Text                                           Objective Text
Strategy #      Name        Text
MX44-02 Choose Parallel Writing       Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Using parallel structure.
Structure                   publish writing for intended audiences.

PX45-04 Proofreading         Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Students use strategies to draft and revise written
publish writing for intended audiences.                     work such as producing multiple drafts.
PX24-03 It's Not Over 'Til   Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Students use strategies to draft and revise written
It's Over                      publish writing for intended audiences.                     work such as producing multiple drafts.
MX32-02 Proofread            Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Students use strategies to draft and revise written
Carefully                      publish writing for intended audiences.                     work such as producing multiple drafts.
MX32-01 Reread and           Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Students use strategies to draft and revise written
Revise                         publish writing for intended audiences.                     work such as producing multiple drafts.
PX45-03 Revising             Writing   Students apply writing skills to plan, draft, revise, and   Students use strategies to draft and revise written
publish writing for intended audiences.                     work such as producing multiple drafts.
MX30-02 Identify Your        Writing   Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Examining literature from several critical
Audience and                   expressive and expository pieces.                           perspectives;
Purpose
MX30-04 Determine Key        Writing   Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Examining literature from several critical
Points                         expressive and expository pieces.                           perspectives;

MX28-01 Metaphor             Writing   Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Analyzing author's stylistic devices and effects;
expressive and expository pieces.

MX28-02 Symbol               Writing   Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Analyzing author's stylistic devices and effects;
expressive and expository pieces.

MX28-03 Irony                Writing   Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Analyzing author's stylistic devices and effects;
expressive and expository pieces.

MX27-01 Analyze the          Writing   Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Analyzing author's use of literary elements; and
Setting                        expressive and expository pieces.

MX27-02 Identify and         Writing   Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Analyzing author's use of literary elements; and
Interpret Point                expressive and expository pieces.
of View
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy  Strand
Standard Text                                          Objective Text
Strategy #      Name         Text
MX27-03 Classify and      Writing   Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Analyzing author's use of literary elements; and
Evaluate                  expressive and expository pieces.
Character
MX27-04 Determine and Writing       Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Analyzing author's use of literary elements; and
Support Theme             expressive and expository pieces.
or Tone
PX24-01 Know Why You Writing        Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Use appropriate organizational form; and
are Writing--             expressive and expository pieces.
and for Whom

PX45-03 Revising          Writing    Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Use appropriate organizational form; and
expressive and expository pieces.

PX48-01 Use the Correct Writing      Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Use appropriate organizational form; and
Format                       expressive and expository pieces.

MX30-05 Select an         Writing    Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Use appropriate organizational form; and
Organizational               expressive and expository pieces.
Structure
MX68-02 Judge             Writing    Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Use appropriate organizational form; and
Organization                 expressive and expository pieces.
and Approach
MX45-02 Get Organized     Writing    Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Use appropriate organizational form; and
expressive and expository pieces.

PX24-01 Know Why You Writing         Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Use formal language and tone.
are Writing--                expressive and expository pieces.
and for Whom

MX45-03 Add Some Style Writing       Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Use formal language and tone.
expressive and expository pieces.

MX68-03 The Little        Writing    Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Use formal language and tone.
Details Count                expressive and expository pieces.
Skill/   Skill/ Strategy  Strand
Standard Text                                         Objective Text
Strategy #      Name         Text
MX31-02 Provide           Writing   Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Using evidence to support a thesis;
Supporting                expressive and expository pieces.
Details
MX69-01 Find the Facts Writing      Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Using evidence to support a thesis;
expressive and expository pieces.

MX70-03 There's           Writing    Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Using evidence to support a thesis;
Strength in                  expressive and expository pieces.
Numbers
MX31-03 Use Quoted        Writing    Students use appropriate strategies to write a variety of   Documenting sources using appropriate standard
Material                     expressive and expository pieces.                           formats.
Appropriately
State: Wyoming
Content: Science

Standard Correlation Date: 10/03
Skill/    Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text     Standard Text                                    Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX71-01    Cells              Concepts and      Life Systems      The Cell: Students explain the processes of life, which necessitates an
Processes                           understanding of relationship between structure and function of the cell and
cellular differentiation. They identify activities taking place in an organism
related to metabolic activities in cells, including growth, regulation, transport,
and homeostasis. Students differentiate between asexual and sexual
reproduction.
MX71-02    Digestion,         Concepts and      Life Systems      The Cell: Students explain the processes of life, which necessitates an
Transport, and     Processes                           understanding of relationship between structure and function of the cell and
Synthesis                                              cellular differentiation. They identify activities taking place in an organism
related to metabolic activities in cells, including growth, regulation, transport,
and homeostasis. Students differentiate between asexual and sexual
reproduction.
MX71-03    Respiration and    Concepts and      Life Systems      The Cell: Students explain the processes of life, which necessitates an
Excretion          Processes                           understanding of relationship between structure and function of the cell and
cellular differentiation. They identify activities taking place in an organism
related to metabolic activities in cells, including growth, regulation, transport,
and homeostasis. Students differentiate between asexual and sexual
reproduction.
MX71-04    Coordination and   Concepts and      Life Systems      The Cell: Students explain the processes of life, which necessitates an
Control            Processes                           understanding of relationship between structure and function of the cell and
cellular differentiation. They identify activities taking place in an organism
related to metabolic activities in cells, including growth, regulation, transport,
and homeostasis. Students differentiate between asexual and sexual
reproduction.
MX71-05    Reproduction       Concepts and      Life Systems      The Cell: Students explain the processes of life, which necessitates an
Processes                           understanding of relationship between structure and function of the cell and
cellular differentiation. They identify activities taking place in an organism
related to metabolic activities in cells, including growth, regulation, transport,
and homeostasis. Students differentiate between asexual and sexual
reproduction.
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text     Standard Text                                    Objective Text
Strategy #        Name
MX74-01    Characteristics of   Concepts and      Life Systems      The Cell: Students explain the processes of life, which necessitates an
Living Things        Processes                           understanding of relationship between structure and function of the cell and
cellular differentiation. They identify activities taking place in an organism
related to metabolic activities in cells, including growth, regulation, transport,
and homeostasis. Students differentiate between asexual and sexual
reproduction.
MX74-02     Life Cycles         Concepts and      Life Systems      The Cell: Students explain the processes of life, which necessitates an
Processes                           understanding of relationship between structure and function of the cell and
cellular differentiation. They identify activities taking place in an organism
related to metabolic activities in cells, including growth, regulation, transport,
and homeostasis. Students differentiate between asexual and sexual
reproduction.
MX78-02     Mendelian           Concepts and      Life Systems      Molecular Basis of Heredity: Students demonstrate an understanding that
Genetics            Processes                           organisms ensure species continuity by passing genetic information from
parent to offspring. They utilize genetic information to make predictions
about possible offspring. Students apply concepts of molecular biology (DNA
and genes) to recent discoveries.
MX75-02     Mutation            Concepts and      Life Systems      Molecular Basis of Heredity: Students demonstrate an understanding that
Processes                           organisms ensure species continuity by passing genetic information from
parent to offspring. They utilize genetic information to make predictions
about possible offspring. Students apply concepts of molecular biology (DNA
and genes) to recent discoveries.
MX75-03     Population          Concepts and      Life Systems      Molecular Basis of Heredity: Students demonstrate an understanding that
Genetics            Processes                           organisms ensure species continuity by passing genetic information from
parent to offspring. They utilize genetic information to make predictions
about possible offspring. Students apply concepts of molecular biology (DNA
and genes) to recent discoveries.
Skill/    Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text     Standard Text                                  Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX75-02    Mutation           Concepts and      Life Systems      Biological Evolution: Students explain how species evolve over time. They
Processes                           understand that evolution is the consequence of various interactions,
including the genetic variability of offspring due to mutation and
recombination of genes, and the ensuing selection by the environment of
those offspring better able to survive and leave additional offspring. Students
discuss natural selection and that its evolutionary consequences provide a
scientific explanation for the great diversity of organisms as evidenced by
the fossil record. They examine how different species are related by
descent from common ancestors. Students are able to explain how
organisms are classified based on similarities that reflect their evolutionary
relationships, with species being the most fundamental unit of classification.

MX76-01    Evidence for       Concepts and      Life Systems      Biological Evolution: Students explain how species evolve over time. They
Evolution          Processes                           understand that evolution is the consequence of various interactions,
including the genetic variability of offspring due to mutation and
recombination of genes, and the ensuing selection by the environment of
those offspring better able to survive and leave additional offspring. Students
discuss natural selection and that its evolutionary consequences provide a
scientific explanation for the great diversity of organisms as evidenced by
the fossil record. They examine how different species are related by
descent from common ancestors. Students are able to explain how
organisms are classified based on similarities that reflect their evolutionary
relationships, with species being the most fundamental unit of classification.
Skill/    Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text     Standard Text                                  Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX76-02    Natural Selection   Concepts and      Life Systems      Biological Evolution: Students explain how species evolve over time. They
Processes                           understand that evolution is the consequence of various interactions,
including the genetic variability of offspring due to mutation and
recombination of genes, and the ensuing selection by the environment of
those offspring better able to survive and leave additional offspring. Students
discuss natural selection and that its evolutionary consequences provide a
scientific explanation for the great diversity of organisms as evidenced by
the fossil record. They examine how different species are related by
descent from common ancestors. Students are able to explain how
organisms are classified based on similarities that reflect their evolutionary
relationships, with species being the most fundamental unit of classification.

MX76-03     Adaptation in      Concepts and      Life Systems      Biological Evolution: Students explain how species evolve over time. They
Action             Processes                           understand that evolution is the consequence of various interactions,
including the genetic variability of offspring due to mutation and
recombination of genes, and the ensuing selection by the environment of
those offspring better able to survive and leave additional offspring. Students
discuss natural selection and that its evolutionary consequences provide a
scientific explanation for the great diversity of organisms as evidenced by
the fossil record. They examine how different species are related by
descent from common ancestors. Students are able to explain how
organisms are classified based on similarities that reflect their evolutionary
relationships, with species being the most fundamental unit of classification.

MX72-01     Photosynthesis     Concepts and      Life Systems      Interdependence of Organisms: Students investigate the interrelationships
and Respiration    Processes                           and interdependence of organisms, including the ecosystem concept,
energy flow, competition for resources, and human effects on the
environment.
MX72-02     Food Webs and      Concepts and      Life Systems      Interdependence of Organisms: Students investigate the interrelationships
Chains             Processes                           and interdependence of organisms, including the ecosystem concept,
energy flow, competition for resources, and human effects on the
environment.
Skill/    Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text     Standard Text                                   Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX72-03    Populations in     Concepts and      Life Systems      Interdependence of Organisms: Students investigate the interrelationships
Ecosystems         Processes                           and interdependence of organisms, including the ecosystem concept,
energy flow, competition for resources, and human effects on the
environment.
MX72-04    Succession         Concepts and      Life Systems      Interdependence of Organisms: Students investigate the interrelationships
Processes                           and interdependence of organisms, including the ecosystem concept,
energy flow, competition for resources, and human effects on the
environment.
MX78-01    Biomagnification   Concepts and      Life Systems      Interdependence of Organisms: Students investigate the interrelationships
Processes                           and interdependence of organisms, including the ecosystem concept,
energy flow, competition for resources, and human effects on the
environment.
MX78-02    Pollution          Concepts and      Life Systems      Interdependence of Organisms: Students investigate the interrelationships
Processes                           and interdependence of organisms, including the ecosystem concept,
energy flow, competition for resources, and human effects on the
environment.
MX78-03    Conservation       Concepts and      Life Systems      Interdependence of Organisms: Students investigate the interrelationships
Processes                           and interdependence of organisms, including the ecosystem concept,
energy flow, competition for resources, and human effects on the
environment.
MX72-02    Food Webs and      Concepts and      Life Systems      Matter, Energy, and Organization in Living Systems: Students describe the
Chains             Processes                           need of living systems for a continuous input of energy to maintain chemical
and physical stability. They explain the unidirectional flow of energy and
organic matter through a series of trophic levels in living systems. Students
investigate the distribution and abundance of organisms in ecosystems,
which are limited by the availability of matter and energy and the ability of the
living system to recycle materials.
MX77-01    Carbon Cycle       Concepts and      Life Systems      Matter, Energy, and Organization in Living Systems: Students describe the
Processes                           need of living systems for a continuous input of energy to maintain chemical
and physical stability. They explain the unidirectional flow of energy and
organic matter through a series of trophic levels in living systems. Students
investigate the distribution and abundance of organisms in ecosystems,
which are limited by the availability of matter and energy and the ability of the
living system to recycle materials.
Skill/    Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text     Standard Text                                    Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX77-02    Water Cycle        Concepts and      Life Systems       Matter, Energy, and Organization in Living Systems: Students describe the
Processes                            need of living systems for a continuous input of energy to maintain chemical
and physical stability. They explain the unidirectional flow of energy and
organic matter through a series of trophic levels in living systems. Students
investigate the distribution and abundance of organisms in ecosystems,
which are limited by the availability of matter and energy and the ability of the
living system to recycle materials.
MX77-03    Nitrogen Cycle     Concepts and      Life Systems       Matter, Energy, and Organization in Living Systems: Students describe the
Processes                            need of living systems for a continuous input of energy to maintain chemical
and physical stability. They explain the unidirectional flow of energy and
organic matter through a series of trophic levels in living systems. Students
investigate the distribution and abundance of organisms in ecosystems,
which are limited by the availability of matter and energy and the ability of the
living system to recycle materials.
MX76-03    Adaptation in      Concepts and      Life Systems       Behavior and Adaptation: Students examine behavior as the sum of
Action             Processes                            responses of an organism to stimuli in its environment, which evolves
through adaptation, increasing the potential for species survival. They
identify adaptations as characteristics and behaviors of an organism that
enhance the chance for survival and reproductive success in a particular
environment.
MX85-01    Atmosphere and     Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Geochemical Cycles: Students describe the Earth as a closed system and
Weather            Processes         Physical Systems   demonstrate a conceptual understanding of the following systems:
geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere. Students explain the
role of energy in each of these systems, such as weather patterns, global
climate, weathering, and plate tectonics.
MX85-02    Climate Changes    Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Geochemical Cycles: Students describe the Earth as a closed system and
Processes         Physical Systems   demonstrate a conceptual understanding of the following systems:
geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere. Students explain the
role of energy in each of these systems, such as weather patterns, global
climate, weathering, and plate tectonics.
MX90-01    Biosphere:         Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Geochemical Cycles: Students describe the Earth as a closed system and
Interactions       Processes         Physical Systems   demonstrate a conceptual understanding of the following systems:
Among Life and                                          geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere. Students explain the
Nonlife                                                 role of energy in each of these systems, such as weather patterns, global
climate, weathering, and plate tectonics.
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text     Standard Text                                  Objective Text
Strategy #        Name
MX84-01    Plate Tectonics     Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Geochemical Cycles: Students describe the Earth as a closed system and
Processes         Physical Systems   demonstrate a conceptual understanding of the following systems:
geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere. Students explain the
role of energy in each of these systems, such as weather patterns, global
climate, weathering, and plate tectonics.
MX84-02     Glaciation         Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Geochemical Cycles: Students describe the Earth as a closed system and
Processes         Physical Systems   demonstrate a conceptual understanding of the following systems:
geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere. Students explain the
role of energy in each of these systems, such as weather patterns, global
climate, weathering, and plate tectonics.
MX84-03     Weathering,        Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Geochemical Cycles: Students describe the Earth as a closed system and
Erosion, and       Processes         Physical Systems   demonstrate a conceptual understanding of the following systems:
Deposition                                              geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere. Students explain the
role of energy in each of these systems, such as weather patterns, global
climate, weathering, and plate tectonics.
MX84-04     Earthquakes and    Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Geochemical Cycles: Students describe the Earth as a closed system and
Volcanoes          Processes         Physical Systems   demonstrate a conceptual understanding of the following systems:
geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere. Students explain the
role of energy in each of these systems, such as weather patterns, global
climate, weathering, and plate tectonics.
MX86-01     Observing the Sky Concepts and       Earth, Space and   Origin and Evolution of the Universe: Students examine evidence for the Big
Processes          Physical Systems   Bang Theory and recognize the immense time scale involved in comparison
to human-perceived time. They describe the process of star and planet
formation, planetary and stellar evolution including the fusion process,
element formation, and dispersion.
MX86-02     Stars              Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Origin and Evolution of the Universe: Students examine evidence for the Big
Processes         Physical Systems   Bang Theory and recognize the immense time scale involved in comparison
to human-perceived time. They describe the process of star and planet
formation, planetary and stellar evolution including the fusion process,
element formation, and dispersion.
MX92-01     Formation of the   Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Origin and Evolution of the Universe: Students examine evidence for the Big
Solar System       Processes         Physical Systems   Bang Theory and recognize the immense time scale involved in comparison
to human-perceived time. They describe the process of star and planet
formation, planetary and stellar evolution including the fusion process,
element formation, and dispersion.
Skill/    Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text     Standard Text                                   Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX92-02    The Big Bang       Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Origin and Evolution of the Universe: Students examine evidence for the Big
Processes         Physical Systems   Bang Theory and recognize the immense time scale involved in comparison
to human-perceived time. They describe the process of star and planet
formation, planetary and stellar evolution including the fusion process,
element formation, and dispersion.
MX79-01    Measuring Matter   Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Structure and Properties of Matter: Students describe the atomic structure of
Processes         Physical Systems   matter including subatomic particles, their properties, and interactions. They
recognize that elements are organized into groups in the periodic table
based on their outermost electrons and these groups have similar
properties. They explain chemical bonding in terms of the transfer or sharing
of electrons between atoms. Students describe physical states of matter and
phase changes. Students differentiate between chemical and physical
properties, and chemical and physical changes.

MX79-02    Atoms              Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Structure and Properties of Matter: Students describe the atomic structure of
Processes         Physical Systems   matter including subatomic particles, their properties, and interactions. They
recognize that elements are organized into groups in the periodic table
based on their outermost electrons and these groups have similar
properties. They explain chemical bonding in terms of the transfer or sharing
of electrons between atoms. Students describe physical states of matter and
phase changes. Students differentiate between chemical and physical
properties, and chemical and physical changes.

MX79-03    Periodic Table     Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Structure and Properties of Matter: Students describe the atomic structure of
Processes         Physical Systems   matter including subatomic particles, their properties, and interactions. They
recognize that elements are organized into groups in the periodic table
based on their outermost electrons and these groups have similar
properties. They explain chemical bonding in terms of the transfer or sharing
of electrons between atoms. Students describe physical states of matter and
phase changes. Students differentiate between chemical and physical
properties, and chemical and physical changes.
Skill/    Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text     Standard Text                                   Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX79-04    Chemical           Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Structure and Properties of Matter: Students describe the atomic structure of
Reactions          Processes         Physical Systems   matter including subatomic particles, their properties, and interactions. They
recognize that elements are organized into groups in the periodic table
based on their outermost electrons and these groups have similar
properties. They explain chemical bonding in terms of the transfer or sharing
of electrons between atoms. Students describe physical states of matter and
phase changes. Students differentiate between chemical and physical
properties, and chemical and physical changes.

MX80-02    Physical,          Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Structure and Properties of Matter: Students describe the atomic structure of
Chemical, and      Processes         Physical Systems   matter including subatomic particles, their properties, and interactions. They
Nuclear Changes                                         recognize that elements are organized into groups in the periodic table
based on their outermost electrons and these groups have similar
properties. They explain chemical bonding in terms of the transfer or sharing
of electrons between atoms. Students describe physical states of matter and
phase changes. Students differentiate between chemical and physical
properties, and chemical and physical changes.

MX87-01    Understanding      Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Structure and Properties of Matter: Students describe the atomic structure of
Chemical           Processes         Physical Systems   matter including subatomic particles, their properties, and interactions. They
Reactions                                               recognize that elements are organized into groups in the periodic table
based on their outermost electrons and these groups have similar
properties. They explain chemical bonding in terms of the transfer or sharing
of electrons between atoms. Students describe physical states of matter and
phase changes. Students differentiate between chemical and physical
properties, and chemical and physical changes.

MX87-01    Understanding      Concepts and      Earth, Space and   Chemical Reactions: Students recognize that chemical reactions take place
Chemical           Processes         Physical Systems   all around us. They realize that chemical reactions may release or consume
Reactions                                               energy, occur at different rates, and result in the formation of different
substances. They identify the factors that affect reaction rates.
Skill/    Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text        Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX80-03    Conservation of    Concepts and         Earth, Space and     Conservation of Energy and Increase in Disorder: Students demonstrate an
Mass-Energy        Processes            Physical Systems     understanding of the laws of conservation of mass and energy within the
context of physical and chemical changes. They realize the tendency for
systems to increase in disorder.
MX80-01    Energy             Concepts and         Earth, Space and     Energy and Matter: Students demonstrate an understanding of types of
Transformations    Processes            Physical Systems     energy, energy transfer and transformations, and the relationship between
energy and matter.
MX81-01    Electricity        Concepts and         Earth, Space and     Force and Motion: Students develop a conceptual understanding of
Processes            Physical Systems     Newton's Laws of Motion, gravity, electricity, and magnetism.
MX81-03    Magnetism          Concepts and         Earth, Space and     Force and Motion: Students develop a conceptual understanding of
Processes            Physical Systems     Newton's Laws of Motion, gravity, electricity, and magnetism.
MX82-01    Newton's Laws      Concepts and         Earth, Space and     Force and Motion: Students develop a conceptual understanding of
Processes            Physical Systems     Newton's Laws of Motion, gravity, electricity, and magnetism.
MX89-01    A Force to Be      Concepts and         Earth, Space and     Force and Motion: Students develop a conceptual understanding of
Reckoned With      Processes            Physical Systems     Newton's Laws of Motion, gravity, electricity, and magnetism.
MX41-01    Graphs             Science as Inquiry   Students use         Collect, organize, analyze and appropriately represent data.
inquiry to conduct
scientific
investigations.
MX41-02    Diagrams           Science as Inquiry   Students use         Collect, organize, analyze and appropriately represent data.
inquiry to conduct
scientific
investigations.
MX41-03    Tables             Science as Inquiry   Students use         Collect, organize, analyze and appropriately represent data.
inquiry to conduct
scientific
investigations.
Skill/    Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text         Standard Text                                    Objective Text
Strategy #       Name
MX94-01    Applied Science    Science as Inquiry    Students
investigate the
relationships
between science
and technology
and the role of
technological
human needs.
MX94-02    Resources          Science as Inquiry    Students
investigate the
relationships
between science
and technology
and the role of
technological
human needs.
MX94-03    Technology in      Science as Inquiry    Students
Action                                   investigate the
relationships
between science
and technology
and the role of
technological
human needs.
MX95-01    Technology and     History and Nature of Students examine     As scientific knowledge evolves, it impacts personal, social, economic, and
History            Science in Personal   the nature and       political decisions.
and Social Decisions history of science.

MX95-02    Technology and     History and Nature of Students examine     As scientific knowledge evolves, it impacts personal, social, economic, and
the Economy        Science in Personal   the nature and       political decisions.
and Social Decisions history of science.
Skill/     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text         Standard Text                                     Objective Text
Strategy #        Name
MX95-03    Judging             History and Nature of Students examine     As scientific knowledge evolves, it impacts personal, social, economic, and
Technology          Science in Personal   the nature and       political decisions.
and Social Decisions history of science.

MX95-01     Technology and     History and Nature of Students examine     The historical misuse of scientific information to make personal, social,
History            Science in Personal   the nature and       economic, and political decisions.
and Social Decisions history of science.

MX95-02     Technology and     History and Nature of Students examine     The historical misuse of scientific information to make personal, social,
the Economy        Science in Personal   the nature and       economic, and political decisions.
and Social Decisions history of science.

MX95-03     Judging            History and Nature of Students examine     The historical misuse of scientific information to make personal, social,
Technology         Science in Personal   the nature and       economic, and political decisions.
and Social Decisions history of science.
State: Wyoming
Content: Social Studies

Standard Correlation Date: 10/03
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name                Strand Text                                         Standard Text
Strategy #
MX104-03 Making Decisions, Seeking              Citizenship/Government/D     Students explain and/or demonstrate how to participate in the political
Consensus, and Resolving Conflicts   emocracy                     processes and express personal beliefs and convictions.
MX103-01 Structure of Government                Citizenship/Government/D     Students explain the historical development of the U.S. Constitution
emocracy                     and how it has shaped the U.S. and Wyoming governmental systems.

MX103-01   Structure of Government              Citizenship/Government/D     Students demonstrate an understanding of the major distinguishing
emocracy                     characteristics of the United States and Wyoming Constitutions.
MX103-01   Structure of Government              Citizenship/Government/D     Students demonstrate an understanding of the U.S. civil and criminal
emocracy                     legal systems and distinguish differences between those systems.

MX101-04   Economic Systems                     Production/Distribution/Co   Students explain how different economic systems are organized for
nsumption                    production, distribution and consumption of goods and services.
MX102-01   Be an Informed Consumer              Production/Distribution/Co   Students demonstrate an understanding of economic principles that
nsumption                    influence individual financial planning.
MX100-01   Clarify the Issue                    Time, Continuity and         Students analyze current events to better understand the world in which
Change                       they live.
MX100-02   Find Parallels and Precedents        Time, Continuity and         Students analyze current events to better understand the world in which
Change                       they live.
MX100-03   Examine Influences                   Time, Continuity and         Students analyze current events to better understand the world in which
Change                       they live.
MX100-04   Generate Alternatives                Time, Continuity and         Students analyze current events to better understand the world in which
Change                       they live.
MX100-05   Predict Consequences                 Time, Continuity and         Students analyze current events to better understand the world in which
Change                       they live.
MX100-06   Present and Justify Results          Time, Continuity and         Students analyze current events to better understand the world in which
Change                       they live.
MX99-01    Gather Information                   Time, Continuity and         Students explain how past events impact the present and the future.
Change
MX99-02    Establish Context                    Time, Continuity and         Students explain how past events impact the present and the future.
Change
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name            Strand Text                                  Standard Text
Strategy #
MX99-03    Look at Different Points of View   Time, Continuity and   Students explain how past events impact the present and the future.
Change
MX99-04     Analyze Impact                    Time, Continuity and   Students explain how past events impact the present and the future.
Change
MX99-05     Speculate About Alternatives      Time, Continuity and   Students explain how past events impact the present and the future.
Change

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