# Calculate the Probability That a Transition Occurs from the Ground State - Excel by srb13911

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Content: Mathematics

Standards Correlation Date: 9/03
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                             Objective Text
#                 Name
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Classify numbers as natural,
MX20-01         Numbers               Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   whole, integer, rational, irrational,
D, M, G, N)                                  and real.
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Classify numbers as natural,
MX06-05         Signed Numbers        Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   whole, integer, rational, irrational,
D, M, G, N)                                  and real.
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Identify and apply the properties
operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   of real numbers (include the use
MX06-05         Signed Numbers        Pre-Algebra
D, M, G, N)                                  of mental mathematics and
estimation methods).
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Model absolute value of real
MX20-04         Absolute Values       Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   numbers as a measure of
D, M, G, N)                                  distance.
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Model absolute value of real
MX10-01         Distance Problems     Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   numbers as a measure of
D, M, G, N)                                  distance.
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Compare and order the real
MX06-05         Signed Numbers        Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   numbers and perform operations
D, M, G, N)                                  with rational numbers.
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Evaluate numerical and algebraic
MX06-09         Order of Operations   Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   expressions using order of
D, M, G, N)                                  operations.
Add and Subtract                            Explain, classify, and perform basic         Evaluate numerical and algebraic
MX07-01         Algebraic             Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   expressions using order of
Expressions                                 D, M, G, N)                                  operations.
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Evaluate numerical and algebraic
MX07-02                               Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   expressions using order of
That Are Fractions
D, M, G, N)                                  operations.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                            Objective Text
#                 Name
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Evaluate numerical and algebraic
Multiply Algebraic
MX07-03                               Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   expressions using order of
Expressions
D, M, G, N)                                  operations.
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Evaluate numerical and algebraic
Divide Algebraic
MX07-04                               Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   expressions using order of
Expressions
D, M, G, N)                                  operations.
Use Substitution to                         Explain, classify, and perform basic         Evaluate numerical and algebraic
MX07-05         Solve Algebraic       Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   expressions using order of
Expressions                                 D, M, G, N)                                  operations.
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Convert between repeating
Fractions and Mixed
MX01-01                             Pre-Algebra             operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   decimals and fractions.
Numbers
D, M, G, N)
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Convert between repeating
MX01-02         Equivalent Fractions Pre-Algebra            operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   decimals and fractions.
D, M, G, N)
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Convert between repeating
Multiply and Divide
MX01-03                               Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   decimals and fractions.
Fractions
D, M, G, N)
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Convert between repeating
MX01-04                               Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   decimals and fractions.
Fractions
D, M, G, N)
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Convert between repeating
Multiply and Divide
MX04-01                               Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   decimals and fractions.
by Powers of 10
D, M, G, N)
Convert Between                             Explain, classify, and perform basic         Convert between repeating
MX04-02         Decimals and          Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   decimals and fractions.
Fractions                                   D, M, G, N)
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Convert between repeating
Perform Arithmetic
MX04-03                               Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   decimals and fractions.
with Decimals
D, M, G, N)
Explain, classify, and perform basic         Convert between repeating
MX04-04         Scientific Notation   Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,   decimals and fractions.
D, M, G, N)
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Explain, classify, and perform basic          Recognize and evaluate perfect
MX12-02         Roots                 Pre-Algebra           operations on the set of real numbers. (P,    squares and approximate square
D, M, G, N)                                   roots.
Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Relate the language of
Translate Words into
PX02-01                             Pre-Algebra            and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   mathematics to indicate
Math
mathematical operations.
Add and Subtract                            Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Translate between verbal
MX07-01         Algebraic             Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   expressions and algebraic
Expressions                                                                               expressions.
Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Translate between verbal
MX07-02                               Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   expressions and algebraic
That Are Fractions
expressions.
Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Translate between verbal
Multiply Algebraic
MX07-03                               Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   expressions and algebraic
Expressions
expressions.
Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Translate between verbal
Divide Algebraic
MX07-04                               Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   expressions and algebraic
Expressions
expressions.
Use Substitution to                         Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Translate between verbal
MX07-05         Solve Algebraic       Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   expressions and algebraic
Expressions                                                                               expressions.
Add and Subtract                            Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Given an algebraic expression,
MX07-01         Algebraic             Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   write a corresponding real-life
Expressions                                                                               situation.
Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Given an algebraic expression,
MX07-02                               Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   write a corresponding real-life
That Are Fractions
situation.
Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Given an algebraic expression,
Multiply Algebraic
MX07-03                               Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   write a corresponding real-life
Expressions
situation.
Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Given an algebraic expression,
Divide Algebraic
MX07-04                               Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   write a corresponding real-life
Expressions
situation.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                            Objective Text
#                 Name
Use Substitution to                         Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Given an algebraic expression,
MX07-05         Solve Algebraic       Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   write a corresponding real-life
Expressions                                                                               situation.
Associative and                             Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Simplify algebraic expressions by
MX06-08         Distributive          Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   combining like terms and using
Properties                                                                                the distributive property.
Solve Linear                                Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Solve, check, and graph one-step
MX09-02         Equations With One    Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   and two-step linear equations and
Unknown                                                                                   inequalities.
Solve Systems of                            Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Solve, check, and graph one-step
MX55-01         Linear Equations      Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   and two-step linear equations and
Algebraically                                                                             inequalities.
Solve Systems of                            Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Solve, check, and graph one-step
MX55-02         Linear Equations      Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   and two-step linear equations and
Graphically                                                                               inequalities.
Solve Linear                                Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Solve, check, and graph one-step
MX11-04         Inequalities in One   Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   and two-step linear equations and
Unknown                                                                                   inequalities.
Solve Higher Order                          Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Solve, check, and graph one-step
MX11-05         Inequalities in One   Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   and two-step linear equations and
Unknown                                                                                   inequalities.
Solve Systems of                            Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Solve, check, and graph one-step
MX57-01         Inequalities          Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   and two-step linear equations and
Algebraically                                                                             inequalities.
Solve Systems of                            Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Solve, check, and graph one-step
MX57-02         Inequalities          Pre-Algebra           and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   and two-step linear equations and
Graphically                                                                               inequalities.
Solve, check, and graph linear equations      Solve and check multi-step linear
Associative and                             and inequalities in one variable. (P, G, N)   equations and inequalities with
MX06-08         Distributive          Pre-Algebra                                                         variables on both sides involving
Properties                                                                                the distributive property.

Recognize and perform basic operations        Use the rules of exponents to
MX12-01         Exponents             Pre-Algebra
on polynomials. (P, G, N)                     multiply and divide monomials.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                 Name
Evaluate                                    Recognize and perform basic operations     Use the rules of exponents to
MX12-03         Expressions         Pre-Algebra             on polynomials. (P, G, N)                  multiply and divide monomials.
Involving Exponents
Recognize and perform basic operations     Use the rules of exponents to
MX12-01         Exponents             Pre-Algebra           on polynomials. (P, G, N)                  multiply monomials by
polynomials.
Evaluate                                    Recognize and perform basic operations     Use the rules of exponents to
MX12-03         Expressions         Pre-Algebra             on polynomials. (P, G, N)                  multiply monomials by
Involving Exponents                                                                    polynomials.
Recognize and perform basic operations     Model and use the distributive
on polynomials. (P, G, N)                  property and rules of exponents to
MX12-01         Exponents             Pre-Algebra
multiply binomials by binomials.

Recognize and perform basic operations     Model and use the distributive
Evaluate
on polynomials. (P, G, N)                  property and rules of exponents to
MX12-03         Expressions         Pre-Algebra
multiply binomials by binomials.
Involving Exponents
Recognize and perform basic operations     Model and use the distributive
Associative and
on polynomials. (P, G, N)                  property and rules of exponents to
MX06-08         Distributive          Pre-Algebra
multiply binomials by binomials.
Properties
Recognize and perform basic operations     Multiply and divide numbers
MX04-04         Scientific Notation   Pre-Algebra
on polynomials. (P, G, N)                  involving scientific notation.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
Fractions and Mixed                         solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX01-01                             Pre-Algebra
Numbers                                                                                ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX01-02         Equivalent Fractions Pre-Algebra
ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
Multiply and Divide                         solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX01-03                               Pre-Algebra
Fractions                                                                              ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                 Name
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
Add and Subtract                            solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX01-04                               Pre-Algebra
Fractions                                                                              ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX03-01         Ratios                Pre-Algebra
ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX03-02         Ratio Variations      Pre-Algebra
ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX03-03         Proportions           Pre-Algebra
ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX03-04         Conversion of Units   Pre-Algebra
ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
Multiply and Divide                         solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX04-01                               Pre-Algebra
by Powers of 10                                                                        ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
Convert Between
solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX04-02         Decimals and          Pre-Algebra
ratios, decimals, and percents in
Fractions
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
Perform Arithmetic                          solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX04-03                               Pre-Algebra
with Decimals                                                                          ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                 Name
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX04-04         Scientific Notation    Pre-Algebra
ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX05-01         What's a Percent ?     Pre-Algebra
ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
Change from
solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX05-02         Decimals to Percents Pre-Algebra
ratios, decimals, and percents in
or Fractions
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX05-03         Identify Equivalents   Pre-Algebra
ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
Use Percent to                               solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX05-04                                Pre-Algebra
Calculate Interest                                                                      ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
Use Percent to                               solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX05-05                                Pre-Algebra
Calculate Discount                                                                      ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Represent, convert, and explain
Find Percent of a                            solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               relationships among fractions,
MX05-06                                Pre-Algebra
Given Quantity                                                                          ratios, decimals, and percents in
problem solving.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Use proportions and equations to
MX03-01         Ratios                 Pre-Algebra           solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               find part, rate, or base in real-
world situations.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to   Use proportions and equations to
MX03-02         Ratio Variations       Pre-Algebra           solve problems. (P, M, G, N)               find part, rate, or base in real-
world situations.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to     Use proportions and equations to
MX03-03         Proportions           Pre-Algebra           solve problems. (P, M, G, N)                 find part, rate, or base in real-
world situations.
Use ratios, proportions, and percents to     Use proportions and equations to
MX03-04         Conversion of Units   Pre-Algebra           solve problems. (P, M, G, N)                 find part, rate, or base in real-
world situations.
Use concepts of probability and statistics   Model the Fundamental Counting
Permutations and
MX22-01                               Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)       Principle to determine possible
Combinations
outcomes of an event.
Use concepts of probability and statistics   Model the Fundamental Counting
MX22-02         Probability           Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)       Principle to determine possible
outcomes of an event.
Use concepts of probability and statistics   Use combinations and
Permutations and
MX22-01                               Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)       permutations in application
Combinations
problems.
Use concepts of probability and statistics   Calculate and apply basic
MX22-02         Probability           Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)       probability.

Use concepts of probability and statistics   Collect, display, analyze, and
A Closer Look at
MX52-01                               Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)       draw appropriate conclusions
Probability
from data.
Use concepts of probability and statistics   Collect, display, analyze, and
Effect of
MX52-02                               Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)       draw appropriate conclusions
Replacement
from data.
Use concepts of probability and statistics   Collect, display, analyze, and
MX52-03         Compound Events       Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)       draw appropriate conclusions
from data.
Use concepts of probability and statistics   Collect, display, analyze, and
Permutations and
MX22-01                               Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)       draw appropriate conclusions
Combinations
from data.
Use concepts of probability and statistics   Collect, display, analyze, and
MX22-02         Probability           Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)       draw appropriate conclusions
from data.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                 Name
Use concepts of probability and statistics  Collect, display, analyze, and
MX41-01         Graphs                Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)      draw appropriate conclusions
from data.
Use concepts of probability and statistics Collect, display, analyze, and
MX41-02         Diagrams              Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)      draw appropriate conclusions
from data.
Use concepts of probability and statistics Collect, display, analyze, and
MX41-03         Tables                Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)      draw appropriate conclusions
from data.
Box-and-Whisker                             Use concepts of probability and statistics Interpret and construct stem-and-
MX49-01         and Stem-and-Leaf     Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)      leaf, box-and-whisker, and scatter
Plots                                                                                   plots from data.
Use concepts of probability and statistics Interpret and construct stem-and-
Understand
MX111-01                              Pre-Algebra           to interpret information. (P, D, G, N)      leaf, box-and-whisker, and scatter
Scatterplot Data
plots from data.
Solve, check, and graph solutions of        Given a set of ordered pairs, draw
equations and inequalities in two variables a coordinate system using an
MX13-01         Number Lines          Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G, appropriate scale.
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of        Given a set of ordered pairs, draw
equations and inequalities in two variables a coordinate system using an
MX13-02         Definitions           Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G, appropriate scale.
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of        Given a set of ordered pairs, draw
Distance Between                            equations and inequalities in two variables a coordinate system using an
MX13-03                               Pre-Algebra
Two Points                                  using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G, appropriate scale.
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of        Given a set of ordered pairs, draw
Determine the
equations and inequalities in two variables a coordinate system using an
MX13-04         Midpoint of a Line    Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G, appropriate scale.
Segment
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of        Given a set of ordered pairs, draw
Plot the Graph of a                         equations and inequalities in two variables a coordinate system using an
MX13-05                               Pre-Algebra
Line                                        using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G, appropriate scale.
N)
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                            Objective Text
#                 Name
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Given a set of ordered pairs, draw
equations and inequalities in two variables   a coordinate system using an
MX13-06         The Y-Intercept      Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,     appropriate scale.
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Given a set of ordered pairs, draw
equations and inequalities in two variables   a coordinate system using an
MX13-07         The X-Intercept      Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,     appropriate scale.
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Given a set of ordered pairs, draw
equations and inequalities in two variables   a coordinate system using an
MX13-08         Find the Slope       Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,     appropriate scale.
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Create a table to graph equations
equations and inequalities in two variables   and inequalities that are
MX41-03         Tables               Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,     presented in slope intercept form.
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Create a table to graph equations
Solve Systems of
equations and inequalities in two variables   and inequalities that are
MX55-02         Linear Equations     Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,     presented in slope intercept form.
Graphically
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Create a table to graph equations
Solve Systems of
equations and inequalities in two variables   and inequalities that are
MX57-02         Inequalities         Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,     presented in slope intercept form.
Graphically
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Use calculators/computers to
Use Your Calculator                        equations and inequalities in two variables   check accuracy of tables and
PX37-02                            Pre-Algebra
Sparingly                                  using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,     graphs as needed.
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Use calculators/computers to
equations and inequalities in two variables   check accuracy of tables and
MX41-03         Tables               Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,     graphs as needed.
N)
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                            Objective Text
#                 Name
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Identify slope as positive,
equations and inequalities in two variables   negative, zero, or undefined from
MX13-01         Number Lines         Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,     a graph.
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Identify slope as positive,
equations and inequalities in two variables   negative, zero, or undefined from
MX13-08         Find the Slope       Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,     a graph.
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Calculate slope from two points
equations and inequalities in two variables   graphically and algebraically.
MX13-08         Find the Slope       Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Identify x- and y- intercepts from a
equations and inequalities in two variables   graph.
MX13-06         The Y-Intercept      Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Identify x- and y- intercepts from a
equations and inequalities in two variables   graph.
MX13-07         The X-Intercept      Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,
N)
Solve, check, and graph solutions of          Identify the solution of a system of
equations and inequalities in two variables   equations from a graph.
MX47-01         Graph Equations      Pre-Algebra
using the coordinate system. (P, D, M, G,
N)
Use and apply properties and formulas to  Calculate perimeter, area,
Measurement
MX26-02                              Pre-Algebra           solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) circumference, and volume using
Problems
appropriate formulas.
Use and apply properties and formulas to Recognize the irrational number pi
solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) (p) as the ratio of circumference
MX18-02         Central Angles       Pre-Algebra
to diameter of any given circle.

Use and apply properties and formulas to Recognize the irrational number pi
solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) (p) as the ratio of circumference
MX18-03         Inscribed Angles     Pre-Algebra
to diameter of any given circle.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Use and apply properties and formulas to Recognize the irrational number pi
Area and
solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) (p) as the ratio of circumference
MX18-05         Circumference of a   Pre-Algebra
to diameter of any given circle.
Circle
Use and apply properties and formulas to Solve problems involving the use
Perpendicular
MX15-02                              Pre-Algebra           solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) of the Pythagorean Theorem.
Bisectors
Use and apply properties and formulas to Classify triangles by sides and
MX15-01         Triangle Basics      Pre-Algebra           solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) angles.

Use and apply properties and formulas to Use properties of similar triangles
MX15-01         Triangle Basics      Pre-Algebra           solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) to solve problems.

Use and apply properties and formulas to Recognize and determine degree
solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) measure of angles formed by
MX14-05         Parallel Lines       Pre-Algebra
parallel lines cut by a transversal.

Use and apply properties and formulas to Develop, extend, and model the
solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) relationships of faces, vertices,
MX17-01         Rectangular Solids   Pre-Algebra
and edges of three-dimensional
figures.
Use and apply properties and formulas to Develop, extend, and model the
solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) relationships of faces, vertices,
MX17-02         Cubes                Pre-Algebra
and edges of three-dimensional
figures.
Use and apply properties and formulas to Develop, extend, and model the
solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) relationships of faces, vertices,
MX17-03         Cylinders            Pre-Algebra
and edges of three-dimensional
figures.
Use and apply properties and formulas to Develop, extend, and model the
solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) relationships of faces, vertices,
MX51-01         Prisms               Pre-Algebra
and edges of three-dimensional
figures.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                  Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                 Name
Use and apply properties and formulas to Develop, extend, and model the
solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) relationships of faces, vertices,
MX51-02         Pyramids             Pre-Algebra
and edges of three-dimensional
figures.
Use and apply properties and formulas to Develop, extend, and model the
solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) relationships of faces, vertices,
MX51-03         Cones                Pre-Algebra
and edges of three-dimensional
figures.
Use and apply properties and formulas to Develop, extend, and model the
solve geometric problems. (P, D, M, G, N) relationships of faces, vertices,
MX51-04         Spheres              Pre-Algebra
and edges of three-dimensional
figures.
Recognize, classify, and model real        Identify the subsets of real
MX67-02         Sets                 Transition to Algebra   numbers and their properties. (P, M, G, N) numbers.

Recognize, classify, and model real        Identify the subsets of real
MX06-05         Signed Numbers       Transition to Algebra   numbers and their properties. (P, M, G, N) numbers.

Recognize, classify, and model real        Compare, order, and locate real
MX06-05         Signed Numbers       Transition to Algebra   numbers and their properties. (P, M, G, N) numbers on a number line.

Recognize, classify, and model real        Evaluate expressions with real
numbers and their properties. (P, M, G, N) numbers using order of
MX06-05         Signed Numbers       Transition to Algebra                                              operations emphasizing integers,
rational numbers, and absolute
value.
Recognize, classify, and model real        Evaluate expressions with real
numbers and their properties. (P, M, G, N) numbers using order of
MX20-04         Absolute Values      Transition to Algebra                                              operations emphasizing integers,
rational numbers, and absolute
value.
Recognize, classify, and model real        Identify and demonstrate the
MX06-05         Signed Numbers       Transition to Algebra   numbers and their properties. (P, M, G, N) properties of real numbers.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                  Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Recognize, classify, and model real        Model real-life situations using
MX06-05         Signed Numbers        Transition to Algebra   numbers and their properties. (P, M, G, N) real numbers.

Recognize, classify, and model real        Evaluate powers, squares, square
MX12-02         Roots                 Transition to Algebra   numbers and their properties. (P, M, G, N) roots, and simplify non-perfect
squares.
Recognize, classify, and model real        Multiply and divide numbers
Perform Arithmetic
MX04-03                               Transition to Algebra   numbers and their properties. (P, M, G, N) involving scientific notation.
with Decimals
Recognize, classify, and model real        Multiply and divide numbers
MX04-04         Scientific Notation   Transition to Algebra   numbers and their properties. (P, M, G, N) involving scientific notation.

Demonstrate the connections between         Use formulas (e.g., perimeter,
algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)       circumference, area, Pythagorean
Measurement
MX26-02                               Transition to Algebra                                               Theorem, distance, midpoint,
Problems
slope) to solve problems.

Demonstrate the connections between         Use formulas (e.g., perimeter,
algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)       circumference, area, Pythagorean
Distance Between
MX13-03                               Transition to Algebra                                               Theorem, distance, midpoint,
Two Points
slope) to solve problems.

Demonstrate the connections between         Use formulas (e.g., perimeter,
Determine the                                 algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)       circumference, area, Pythagorean
MX13-04         Midpoint of a Line    Transition to Algebra                                               Theorem, distance, midpoint,
Segment                                                                                   slope) to solve problems.

Demonstrate the connections between         Use formulas (e.g., perimeter,
algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)       circumference, area, Pythagorean
MX13-08         Find the Slope        Transition to Algebra                                               Theorem, distance, midpoint,
slope) to solve problems.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                       Objective Text
#                 Name
Demonstrate the connections between     Use formulas (e.g., perimeter,
algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)   circumference, area, Pythagorean
Distance Between
MX13-03                               Transition to Algebra                                           Theorem, distance, midpoint,
Two Points
slope) to solve problems.

Demonstrate the connections between     Reinforce formulas experimentally
Measurement
MX26-02                               Transition to Algebra   algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)   to verify solutions.
Problems
Demonstrate the connections between     Apply ratios and proportions to
MX03-01         Ratios                Transition to Algebra
algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)   solve problems.
Demonstrate the connections between     Apply ratios and proportions to
MX03-02         Ratio Variations      Transition to Algebra
algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)   solve problems.
Demonstrate the connections between     Apply ratios and proportions to
MX03-03         Proportions           Transition to Algebra
algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)   solve problems.
Demonstrate the connections between     Apply ratios and proportions to
MX03-04         Conversion of Units   Transition to Algebra
algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)   solve problems.
Demonstrate the connections between     Using an appropriate scale, plot a
MX109-02        Form and Function     Transition to Algebra   algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)   set of ordered pairs and identify
the domain and range.
A Closer Look at                              Demonstrate the connections between     Calculate and apply concepts of
MX52-01                               Transition to Algebra
Probability                                   algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)   probability.
Effect of                                     Demonstrate the connections between     Calculate and apply concepts of
MX52-02                               Transition to Algebra
Replacement                                   algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)   probability.
Demonstrate the connections between     Calculate and apply concepts of
MX52-03         Compound Events       Transition to Algebra
algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)   probability.
Permutations and                              Demonstrate the connections between     Calculate and apply concepts of
MX22-01                               Transition to Algebra
Combinations                                  algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)   probability.
Demonstrate the connections between     Calculate and apply concepts of
MX22-02         Probability           Transition to Algebra
algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)   probability.
Demonstrate the connections between     Explain and illustrate how
algebra and geometry. (P, D, M, G, N)   changes in one variable may
MX110-02        Change a Variable     Transition to Algebra
result in a change in another
variable.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                  Standard Text                            Objective Text
#                 Name
Add and Subtract                             Explain and communicate the language of Translate between verbal
MX07-01         Algebraic            Transition to Algebra   algebra. (P, D, M, N)                   expressions and algebraic
Expressions                                                                          expressions.
Explain and communicate the language of Translate between verbal
MX07-02                              Transition to Algebra   algebra. (P, D, M, N)                   expressions and algebraic
That Are Fractions
expressions.
Explain and communicate the language of Translate between verbal
Multiply Algebraic
MX07-03                              Transition to Algebra   algebra. (P, D, M, N)                   expressions and algebraic
Expressions
expressions.
Explain and communicate the language of Translate between verbal
Divide Algebraic
MX07-04                              Transition to Algebra   algebra. (P, D, M, N)                   expressions and algebraic
Expressions
expressions.
Use Substitution to                          Explain and communicate the language of Translate between verbal
MX07-05         Solve Algebraic     Transition to Algebra    algebra. (P, D, M, N)                   expressions and algebraic
Expressions                                                                          expressions.
Determine the                                Explain and communicate the language of Use convincing arguments to
MX46-01         Reasonableness of a Transition to Algebra    algebra. (P, D, M, N)                   justify solutions.
Solution
Solve and graph equations and                Solve and check multi-step
inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, equations and inequalities,
Solve Equations by
MX09-01                              Transition to Algebra   G, N)                                        including distributive property,
Substitution
variables on both sides, and
rational coefficients.
Solve and graph equations and                Solve and check multi-step
Solve Linear                                 inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, equations and inequalities,
MX09-02         Equations With One Transition to Algebra     G, N)                                        including distributive property,
Unknown                                                                                   variables on both sides, and
rational coefficients.
Solve and graph equations and                Solve and check multi-step
inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, equations and inequalities,
MX09-03                              Transition to Algebra   G, N)                                        including distributive property,
Equations
variables on both sides, and
rational coefficients.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                  Standard Text                            Objective Text
#                 Name
Solve and graph equations and                Solve and check multi-step
Solve Equations With                          inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, equations and inequalities,
MX09-04         More Than One        Transition to Algebra    G, N)                                        including distributive property,
Unknown                                                                                    variables on both sides, and
rational coefficients.
Solve and graph equations and                Solve and check multi-step
Use a Solution of                             inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, equations and inequalities,
MX09-05         One Equation to       Transition to Algebra   G, N)                                        including distributive property,
Solve Another                                                                              variables on both sides, and
rational coefficients.
Solve and graph equations and                Solve and check multi-step
General Quadratic                             inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, equations and inequalities,
MX09-06         Equations Using a     Transition to Algebra   G, N)                                        including distributive property,
Formula                                                                                    variables on both sides, and
rational coefficients.
Solve and graph equations and                Solve and check multi-step
Add or Subtract                               inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, equations and inequalities,
MX11-01         Quantities to         Transition to Algebra   G, N)                                        including distributive property,
Inequalities                                                                               variables on both sides, and
rational coefficients.
Solve and graph equations and                Solve and check multi-step
inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, equations and inequalities,
Multiply or Divide an
MX11-02                               Transition to Algebra   G, N)                                        including distributive property,
Inequality
variables on both sides, and
rational coefficients.
Solve and graph equations and                Solve and check multi-step
Find the Product of
inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, equations and inequalities,
Two Numbers or
MX11-03                               Transition to Algebra   G, N)                                        including distributive property,
Expressions in
variables on both sides, and
Inequalities
rational coefficients.
Solve and graph equations and                Solve and check multi-step
Solve Linear                                  inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, equations and inequalities,
MX11-04         Inequalities in One   Transition to Algebra   G, N)                                        including distributive property,
Unknown                                                                                    variables on both sides, and
rational coefficients.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                  Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                 Name
Solve and graph equations and                Solve and check multi-step
Solve Higher Order                            inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, equations and inequalities,
MX11-05         Inequalities in One   Transition to Algebra   G, N)                                        including distributive property,
Unknown                                                                                    variables on both sides, and
rational coefficients.
Solve and graph equations and                Solve and check multi-step
inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, equations and inequalities,
Use Inequalities to
MX11-06                               Transition to Algebra   G, N)                                        including distributive property,
Compare Fractions
variables on both sides, and
rational coefficients.
Solve and graph equations and                Solve and check multi-step
Associative and                               inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, equations and inequalities,
MX06-08         Distributive          Transition to Algebra   G, N)                                        including distributive property,
Properties                                                                                 variables on both sides, and
rational coefficients.
Solve Linear                                  Solve and graph equations and                Graph solutions to inequalities in
MX11-04         Inequalities in One   Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, one variable.
Unknown                                       G, N)
Solve Systems of                              Solve and graph equations and                Graph solutions to inequalities in
MX57-02         Inequalities          Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, one variable.
Graphically                                   G, N)
Solve Systems of                              Solve and graph equations and                Graph linear equations, and
MX55-02         Linear Equations      Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, investigate the concepts of slope
Graphically                                   G, N)                                        and y-intercept.
Solve and graph equations and                Graph linear equations, and
MX13-06         The Y-Intercept       Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, investigate the concepts of slope
G, N)                                        and y-intercept.
Solve and graph equations and                Explore slope as a rate of change.
MX109-01        Time for a Change     Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D,
G, N)
Solve and graph equations and                Discuss the differences between
Solve Equations by
MX09-01                               Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D, the solutions of linear equations
Substitution
G, N)                                        and inequalities.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                  Standard Text                             Objective Text
#                 Name
Solve Linear                                   Solve and graph equations and                  Discuss the differences between
MX09-02         Equations With One Transition to Algebra       inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D,   the solutions of linear equations
Unknown                                        G, N)                                          and inequalities.
Solve and graph equations and                  Discuss the differences between
MX09-03                                Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D,   the solutions of linear equations
Equations
G, N)                                          and inequalities.
Solve Equations With                           Solve and graph equations and                  Discuss the differences between
MX09-04         More Than One          Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D,   the solutions of linear equations
Unknown                                        G, N)                                          and inequalities.
Use a Solution of                              Solve and graph equations and                  Discuss the differences between
MX09-05         One Equation to        Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D,   the solutions of linear equations
Solve Another                                  G, N)                                          and inequalities.
General Quadratic                              Solve and graph equations and                  Discuss the differences between
MX09-06         Equations Using a      Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D,   the solutions of linear equations
Formula                                        G, N)                                          and inequalities.
Add or Subtract                                Solve and graph equations and                  Discuss the differences between
MX11-01         Quantities to          Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D,   the solutions of linear equations
Inequalities                                   G, N)                                          and inequalities.
Solve and graph equations and                  Discuss the differences between
Multiply or Divide an
MX11-02                               Transition to Algebra    inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D,   the solutions of linear equations
Inequality
G, N)                                          and inequalities.
Find the Product of                            Solve and graph equations and                  Discuss the differences between
Two Numbers or                                 inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D,   the solutions of linear equations
MX11-03                                Transition to Algebra
Expressions in                                 G, N)                                          and inequalities.
Inequalities
Solve Linear                                   Solve and graph equations and                  Discuss the differences between
MX11-04         Inequalities in One    Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D,   the solutions of linear equations
Unknown                                        G, N)                                          and inequalities.
Solve Higher Order                             Solve and graph equations and                  Discuss the differences between
MX11-05         Inequalities in One    Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D,   the solutions of linear equations
Unknown                                        G, N)                                          and inequalities.
Solve and graph equations and                  Discuss the differences between
Use Inequalities to
MX11-06                                Transition to Algebra   inequalities in one or two variables. (P, D,   the solutions of linear equations
Compare Fractions
G, N)                                          and inequalities.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                         Objective Text
#                 Name
Find Common                                     Model and simplify polynomials. (P, M, G, Use manipulatives to model
MX08-01                               Transition to Algebra
Factors                                         N)                                        operations of polynomials.
Model and simplify polynomials. (P, M, G, Determine greatest common
Find Common
MX08-01                               Transition to Algebra     N)                                        factor (GCF) and least common
Factors
multiple (LCM) of polynomials.
Model and simplify polynomials. (P, M, G, Arrange polynomials in
Find Common
MX08-01                               Transition to Algebra     N)                                        descending or ascending order
Factors
and determine the degree.
Recognize, classify, and use real numbers Describe the real number system
and their properties. (P, M, N)           using a diagram to show the
relationships of component sets of
MX06-05         Signed Numbers        Algebra I
numbers that compose the set of
real numbers.

Recognize, classify, and use real numbers Model properties and equivalence
MX06-05         Signed Numbers        Algebra I                 and their properties. (P, M, N)           relationships of real numbers.

Recognize, classify, and use real numbers Demonstrate and apply properties
MX06-05         Signed Numbers        Algebra I                 and their properties. (P, M, N)           of real numbers to algebraic
expressions.
Add and Subtract                                Recognize, classify, and use real numbers Demonstrate and apply properties
MX07-01         Algebraic             Algebra I                 and their properties. (P, M, N)           of real numbers to algebraic
Expressions                                                                               expressions.
Recognize, classify, and use real numbers Demonstrate and apply properties
MX07-02                               Algebra I                 and their properties. (P, M, N)           of real numbers to algebraic
That Are Fractions
expressions.
Recognize, classify, and use real numbers Demonstrate and apply properties
Multiply Algebraic
MX07-03                               Algebra I                 and their properties. (P, M, N)           of real numbers to algebraic
Expressions
expressions.
Recognize, classify, and use real numbers Demonstrate and apply properties
Divide Algebraic
MX07-04                               Algebra I                 and their properties. (P, M, N)           of real numbers to algebraic
Expressions
expressions.
Use Substitution to                             Recognize, classify, and use real numbers Demonstrate and apply properties
MX07-05         Solve Algebraic       Algebra I                 and their properties. (P, M, N)           of real numbers to algebraic
Expressions                                                                               expressions.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Recognize, classify, and use real numbers Perform basic operations on
MX12-02         Roots                 Algebra I                 and their properties. (P, M, N)              square roots excluding
rationalizing denominators.
Recognize, create, extend, and apply         Analyze relationships between two
patterns, relations, and functions and their variables, identify domain and
MX109-02        Form and Function     Algebra I
applications. (P, D, G, N)                   range, and determine whether a
relation is a function.
Recognize, create, extend, and apply         Explain and illustrate how change
patterns, relations, and functions and their in one variable may result in a
MX110-02        Change a Variable     Algebra I
applications. (P, D, G, N)                   change in another variable.

Simplify algebraic expressions, solve and Solve, check, and graph linear
Solve Linear
graph equations, inequalities and systems equations and inequalities in one
MX09-02         Equations With One Algebra I
in one and two variables. (P, D, G, N)    variable, including rational
Unknown
coefficients.
Simplify algebraic expressions, solve and Solve, check, and graph linear
Solve Systems of
graph equations, inequalities and systems equations and inequalities in one
MX55-02         Linear Equations      Algebra I
in one and two variables. (P, D, G, N)    variable, including rational
Graphically
coefficients.
Simplify algebraic expressions, solve and Solve, check, and graph linear
Solve Linear
graph equations, inequalities and systems equations and inequalities in one
MX11-04         Inequalities in One   Algebra I
in one and two variables. (P, D, G, N)    variable, including rational
Unknown
coefficients.
Simplify algebraic expressions, solve and Solve, check, and graph linear
Solve Systems of
graph equations, inequalities and systems equations and inequalities in one
MX57-02         Inequalities          Algebra I
in one and two variables. (P, D, G, N)    variable, including rational
Graphically
coefficients.
Simplify algebraic expressions, solve and Graph and check linear equations
Solve Equations With
graph equations, inequalities and systems and inequalities in two variables.
MX09-04         More Than One        Algebra I
in one and two variables. (P, D, G, N)
Unknown
Simplify algebraic expressions, solve and Solve and graph absolute value
Solve Linear
graph equations, inequalities and systems equations and inequalities in one
MX09-02         Equations With One Algebra I
in one and two variables. (P, D, G, N)    variable.
Unknown
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                 Name
Simplify algebraic expressions, solve and Solve and graph absolute value
Solve Systems of
graph equations, inequalities and systems equations and inequalities in one
MX55-02         Linear Equations      Algebra I
in one and two variables. (P, D, G, N)    variable.
Graphically
Simplify algebraic expressions, solve and Solve and graph absolute value
Solve Linear
graph equations, inequalities and systems equations and inequalities in one
MX11-04         Inequalities in One   Algebra I
in one and two variables. (P, D, G, N)    variable.
Unknown
Simplify algebraic expressions, solve and Solve and graph absolute value
Solve Systems of
graph equations, inequalities and systems equations and inequalities in one
MX57-02         Inequalities          Algebra I
in one and two variables. (P, D, G, N)    variable.
Graphically
Simplify algebraic expressions, solve and Solve and graph absolute value
graph equations, inequalities and systems equations and inequalities in one
MX20-04         Absolute Values       Algebra I
in one and two variables. (P, D, G, N)    variable.

Simplify algebraic expressions, solve and Use algebraic and graphical
Solve Systems of
graph equations, inequalities and systems methods to solve systems of
MX55-02         Linear Equations      Algebra I
in one and two variables. (P, D, G, N)    linear equations and inequalities.
Graphically
Simplify algebraic expressions, solve and Use algebraic and graphical
Solve Systems of
graph equations, inequalities and systems methods to solve systems of
MX57-02         Inequalities          Algebra I
in one and two variables. (P, D, G, N)    linear equations and inequalities.
Graphically
Explore and communicate the                Factor polynomials using
Find Common
MX08-01                               Algebra I                 characteristics and operations of          algebraic methods and geometric
Factors
polynomials. (P, M, G, N)                  models.
Explore and communicate the                Investigate and apply real-number
characteristics and operations of          solutions to quadratic equations
MX06-05         Signed Numbers        Algebra I
polynomials. (P, M, G, N)                  algebraically and graphically.

Explore and communicate the                Investigate and apply real-number
MX09-03                               Algebra I
Equations                                       polynomials. (P, M, G, N)                  algebraically and graphically.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                            Objective Text
#                 Name
Explore and communicate the                   Investigate and apply real-number
characteristics and operations of             solutions to quadratic equations
MX09-06         Equations Using a     Algebra I
polynomials. (P, M, G, N)                     algebraically and graphically.
Formula
Explore and communicate the                   Investigate and apply real-number
MX58-03                               Algebra I
Equations                                       polynomials. (P, M, G, N)                     algebraically and graphically.

Utilize various formulas in problem-solving Evaluate and apply formulas (e.g.,
situations. (P, D, M, G, N)                 circumference, perimeter, area,
Measurement
MX26-02                               Algebra I                                                             volume, Pythagorean Theorem,
Problems
interest, distance, rate, and time).

Utilize various formulas in problem-solving Reinforce formulas experimentally
MX27-01         Analyze the Setting   Algebra I                 situations. (P, D, M, G, N)                 to verify solutions.

Utilize various formulas in problem-solving Given a literal equation, solve for
MX27-01         Analyze the Setting   Algebra I
situations. (P, D, M, G, N)                 any variable of degree one.
Utilize various formulas in problem-solving Using the appropriate formula,
Determine the
situations. (P, D, M, G, N)                 determine the length, midpoint,
MX13-04         Midpoint of a Line    Algebra I
and slope of a segment in a
Segment
coordinate plane.
Utilize various formulas in problem-solving Using the appropriate formula,
situations. (P, D, M, G, N)                 determine the length, midpoint,
MX13-08         Find the Slope        Algebra I
and slope of a segment in a
coordinate plane.
Utilize various formulas in problem-solving Use formulas (e.g., point-slope
MX13-01         Number Lines          Algebra I                 situations. (P, D, M, G, N)                 and slope-intercept) to write
equations of lines.
Utilize various formulas in problem-solving Use formulas (e.g., point-slope
MX13-08         Find the Slope        Algebra I                 situations. (P, D, M, G, N)                 and slope-intercept) to write
equations of lines.
Solve Systems of                                Communicate using the language of           Distinguish between linear and
MX55-01         Linear Equations      Algebra I                 algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)                    non-linear equations.
Algebraically
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text               Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                 Name
Solve Systems of                                  Communicate using the language of   Distinguish between linear and
MX55-02         Linear Equations        Algebra I                 algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            non-linear equations.
Graphically
Solve a Line-                                     Communicate using the language of   Distinguish between linear and
MX56-01         Parabola System         Algebra I                 algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            non-linear equations.
Algebraically
Solve a Line-                                     Communicate using the language of   Distinguish between linear and
MX56-02         Parabola System         Algebra I                 algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            non-linear equations.
Graphically
Communicate using the language of   Distinguish between linear and
Solve a Line-Circle
MX56-03                              Algebra I                    algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            non-linear equations.
System Algebraically
Solve a Line-Circle                               Communicate using the language of   Distinguish between linear and
MX56-04                                 Algebra I
System Graphically                                algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            non-linear equations.
Communicate using the language of   Translate between verbal
Find Common
MX08-01                                 Algebra I                 algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            expressions and algebraic
Factors
expressions.
Communicate using the language of   Translate between verbal
Factor Differences of
MX08-02                               Algebra I                   algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            expressions and algebraic
Two Squares
expressions.
Communicate using the language of   Translate between verbal
Factor Trinomials
MX08-03                                 Algebra I                 algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            expressions and algebraic
into Binomials
expressions.
Communicate using the language of   Translate between verbal
Factor an Expression
MX08-04                              Algebra I                    algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            expressions and algebraic
Completely
expressions.
Communicate using the language of   Apply the operations of addition,
MX66-01                                 Algebra I                 algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            subtraction, and scalar
Subtraction
multiplication to matrices.
Communicate using the language of   Apply the operations of addition,
MX66-02         Scalar Multiplication   Algebra I                 algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            subtraction, and scalar
multiplication to matrices.
Communicate using the language of   Use scientific notation to solve
MX04-04         Scientific Notation     Algebra I
algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            problems.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text               Standard Text                    Objective Text
#                 Name
Communicate using the language of   Use appropriate algebraic
algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            language to justify solutions and
MX06-01         Transitivity          Algebra I
processes used in solving
problems.
Communicate using the language of   Use appropriate algebraic
algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            language to justify solutions and
MX06-02         Same Number in        Algebra I
processes used in solving
Equations
problems.
Communicate using the language of   Use appropriate algebraic
Multiply or Divide by
algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            language to justify solutions and
MX06-03         the Same Number in Algebra I
processes used in solving
Equations
problems.
Communicate using the language of   Use appropriate algebraic
algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            language to justify solutions and
MX06-04         Commutativity         Algebra I
processes used in solving
problems.
Communicate using the language of   Use appropriate algebraic
algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            language to justify solutions and
MX06-05         Signed Numbers        Algebra I
processes used in solving
problems.
Communicate using the language of   Use appropriate algebraic
Algebraic Sums of                               algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            language to justify solutions and
MX06-06                               Algebra I
Signed Numbers                                                                      processes used in solving
problems.
Communicate using the language of   Use appropriate algebraic
Multiply or Divide                              algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            language to justify solutions and
MX06-07                               Algebra I
Signed Numbers                                                                      processes used in solving
problems.
Communicate using the language of   Use appropriate algebraic
Associative and
algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)            language to justify solutions and
MX06-08         Distributive          Algebra I
processes used in solving
Properties
problems.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                       Objective Text
#                 Name
Communicate using the language of        Use appropriate algebraic
algebra. (P, D, M, G, N)                 language to justify solutions and
MX06-09         Order of Operations   Algebra I
processes used in solving
problems.
Interpret and apply slope as a rate of   Define slope as a rate of change
MX109-01        Time for a Change     Algebra I                 change. (P, D, M, G, N)                  using algebraic and geometric
representations.
Interpret and apply slope as a rate of   Interpret and apply slope as a rate
MX109-01        Time for a Change     Algebra I                 change. (P, D, M, G, N)                  of change in problem-solving
situations.
Interpret and apply slope as a rate of   Use ratio and proportion to solve
MX03-01         Ratios                Algebra I                 change. (P, D, M, G, N)                  problems including direct variation
(y=kx).
Interpret and apply slope as a rate of   Use ratio and proportion to solve
MX03-02         Ratio Variations      Algebra I                 change. (P, D, M, G, N)                  problems including direct variation
(y=kx).
Interpret and apply slope as a rate of   Use ratio and proportion to solve
MX03-03         Proportions           Algebra I                 change. (P, D, M, G, N)                  problems including direct variation
(y=kx).
Interpret and apply slope as a rate of   Use ratio and proportion to solve
MX03-04         Conversion of Units   Algebra I                 change. (P, D, M, G, N)                  problems including direct variation
(y=kx).
Interpret and apply slope as a rate of   Apply the concept of slope to
MX14-05         Parallel Lines        Algebra I
change. (P, D, M, G, N)                  parallel and perpendicular lines.
Analyze data and apply concepts of       Collect, organize, graph, and
probability. (P, D, M, G, N)             interpret data sets, draw
MX41-01         Graphs                Algebra I                                                          conclusions, and make
predictions from the analysis of
data.
Analyze data and apply concepts of       Collect, organize, graph, and
probability. (P, D, M, G, N)             interpret data sets, draw
MX41-02         Diagrams              Algebra I                                                          conclusions, and make
predictions from the analysis of
data.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Analyze data and apply concepts of          Collect, organize, graph, and
probability. (P, D, M, G, N)                interpret data sets, draw
MX41-03         Tables               Algebra I                                                             conclusions, and make
predictions from the analysis of
data.
Analyze data and apply concepts of          Define event and sample spaces
A Closer Look at
MX52-01                              Algebra I                 probability. (P, D, M, G, N)                and apply to simple probability
Probability
problems.
Analyze data and apply concepts of          Define event and sample spaces
Effect of
MX52-02                              Algebra I                 probability. (P, D, M, G, N)                and apply to simple probability
Replacement
problems.
Analyze data and apply concepts of          Define event and sample spaces
MX52-03         Compound Events      Algebra I                 probability. (P, D, M, G, N)                and apply to simple probability
problems.
Analyze data and apply concepts of          Use counting techniques,
Permutations and
MX22-01                              Algebra I                 probability. (P, D, M, G, N)                permutations, and combinations
Combinations
to solve probability problems.
Analyze data and apply concepts of          Use counting techniques,
MX22-02         Probability          Algebra I                 probability. (P, D, M, G, N)                permutations, and combinations
to solve probability problems.
Communicate using the language of           Use properties, theorems,
Congruence and                                 geometry. (P, M, G, N)                      postulates, and definitions to
MX54-02                              Geometry
Similarity                                                                                 justify relationships involved with
segment and angle congruence.
Identify, explore, discuss, and apply       Identify and classify angles.
properties, theorems, postulates, and
MX14-02         Angles               Geometry
definitions related to angles, lines, and
circles. (P, M, G, N)
Identify, explore, discuss, and apply       Identify, explore, and apply angle
properties, theorems, postulates, and       relationships formed by parallel
MX14-02         Angles               Geometry
definitions related to angles, lines, and   lines cut by a transversal.
circles. (P, M, G, N)
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Identify, explore, discuss, and apply        Explore, discuss, and apply the
properties, theorems, postulates, and        relationships among parts of a
MX18-02         Central Angles       Geometry
definitions related to angles, lines, and    circle and between arcs and
circles. (P, M, G, N)                        angles.
Identify, explore, discuss, and apply        Explore, discuss, and apply the
properties, theorems, postulates, and        relationships among parts of a
MX18-03         Inscribed Angles     Geometry
definitions related to angles, lines, and    circle and between arcs and
circles. (P, M, G, N)                        angles.
Identify, explore, discuss, and apply        Use angle and segment
properties, theorems, postulates, and        relationships to find unknown
MX18-02         Central Angles       Geometry
definitions related to angles, lines, and    measures related to circles.
circles. (P, M, G, N)
Identify, explore, discuss, and apply        Use angle and segment
properties, theorems, postulates, and        relationships to find unknown
MX18-03         Inscribed Angles     Geometry
definitions related to angles, lines, and    measures related to circles.
circles. (P, M, G, N)
Identify, explore, discuss, and apply        Identify and name different types
Regular and Irregular
properties, theorems, postulates, and        of polygons and their subsets.
MX16-06         Polygons and Other Geometry
definitions related to polygons. (P, M, G,
Shapes
N)
Identify, explore, discuss, and apply        Classify triangles and apply
properties, theorems, postulates, and        postulates and theorems to test
MX15-01         Triangle Basics      Geometry
definitions related to polygons. (P, M, G,   for triangle congruence and
N)                                           triangle inequality.
Identify, explore, discuss, and apply        Classify triangles and apply
Congruence and                            properties, theorems, postulates, and        postulates and theorems to test
MX54-02                              Geometry
Similarity                                definitions related to polygons. (P, M, G,   for triangle congruence and
N)                                           triangle inequality.
Identify, explore, discuss, and apply        Identify altitude, median, angle
Perpendicular                             properties, theorems, postulates, and        bisectors, and perpendicular
MX15-02                              Geometry
Bisectors                                 definitions related to polygons. (P, M, G,   bisectors in a triangle.
N)
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                            Objective Text
#                 Name
Identify, explore, discuss, and apply        Apply definitions, postulates, and
Regular and Irregular
properties, theorems, postulates, and        theorems to find angle
MX16-06         Polygons and Other Geometry
definitions related to polygons. (P, M, G,   measurements in polygons.
Shapes
N)
Regular and Irregular                     Explore and demonstrate the connections Apply ratios and proportions to
MX16-06         Polygons and Other Geometry               between algebra and geometry. (P, M, G, solve for unknown measures in
Shapes                                    N)                                      similar polygons.
Explore and demonstrate the connections Apply ratios and proportions to
MX03-01         Ratios               Geometry             between algebra and geometry. (P, M, G, solve for unknown measures in
N)                                      similar polygons.
Explore and demonstrate the connections Apply ratios and proportions to
MX03-02         Ratio Variations     Geometry             between algebra and geometry. (P, M, G, solve for unknown measures in
N)                                      similar polygons.
Explore and demonstrate the connections Apply ratios and proportions to
MX03-03         Proportions          Geometry             between algebra and geometry. (P, M, G, solve for unknown measures in
N)                                      similar polygons.
Explore and demonstrate the connections Solve for missing measurements
between algebra and geometry. (P, M, G, in right triangles using the
Area and Perimeter                        N)                                      Pythagorean Theorem, special
MX15-06                              Geometry
of Right Triangles                                                                right triangle relationships,
geometric mean, and
trigonometric functions.
Explore and demonstrate the connections Explore how change in perimeter
MX110-01        Change a Dimension Geometry               between algebra and geometry. (P, M, G, results in a change in area.
N)
Investigate, classify, compare, and     Find the areas of triangles,
Area and Perimeter
MX15-05                              Geometry             contrast two and three-dimensional      quadrilaterals, and regular
of Triangles
geometric figures. (P, M, G, N)         polygons.
Investigate, classify, compare, and     Find the areas of triangles,
Area and Perimeter
MX15-06                              Geometry             contrast two and three-dimensional      quadrilaterals, and regular
of Right Triangles
geometric figures. (P, M, G, N)         polygons.
Area and Perimeter                        Investigate, classify, compare, and     Find the areas of triangles,
MX15-07         of Equilateral       Geometry             contrast two and three-dimensional      quadrilaterals, and regular
Triangles                                 geometric figures. (P, M, G, N)         polygons.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Regular and Irregular                     Investigate, classify, compare, and          Find the areas of triangles,
MX16-06         Polygons and Other Geometry               contrast two and three-dimensional           quadrilaterals, and regular
Shapes                                    geometric figures. (P, M, G, N)              polygons.
Area and                                  Investigate, classify, compare, and          Find the area and circumference
MX18-05         Circumference of a Geometry               contrast two and three-dimensional           of a circle.
Circle                                    geometric figures. (P, M, G, N)
Investigate, classify, compare, and        Find the volumes of rectangular
MX17-01         Rectangular Solids   Geometry             contrast two and three-dimensional         prisms, cylinders, pyramids,
geometric figures. (P, M, G, N)            cones, and spheres.
Investigate, classify, compare, and        Find the volumes of rectangular
MX17-03         Cylinders            Geometry             contrast two and three-dimensional         prisms, cylinders, pyramids,
geometric figures. (P, M, G, N)            cones, and spheres.
Investigate, classify, compare, and        Find the volumes of rectangular
MX51-01         Prisms               Geometry             contrast two and three-dimensional         prisms, cylinders, pyramids,
geometric figures. (P, M, G, N)            cones, and spheres.
Investigate, classify, compare, and        Find the volumes of rectangular
MX51-02         Pyramids             Geometry             contrast two and three-dimensional         prisms, cylinders, pyramids,
geometric figures. (P, M, G, N)            cones, and spheres.
Investigate, classify, compare, and        Find the volumes of rectangular
MX51-03         Cones                Geometry             contrast two and three-dimensional         prisms, cylinders, pyramids,
geometric figures. (P, M, G, N)            cones, and spheres.
Investigate, classify, compare, and        Find the volumes of rectangular
MX51-04         Spheres              Geometry             contrast two and three-dimensional         prisms, cylinders, pyramids,
geometric figures. (P, M, G, N)            cones, and spheres.
Investigate, classify, compare, and        Use protractors, compasses,
Measurement
contrast two and three-dimensional         rulers, and/or technology to
MX26-01         Instruments and      Geometry
geometric figures. (P, M, G, N)            construct geometric figures and
Techniques
drawings.
Explore applications of patterns and       Recognize and describe images
Translation and                           transformational geometry. (P, D, M, G, N) of figures obtained by applying
MX50-01                              Geometry
Reflection                                                                           reflections, translations, rotations,
and dilations.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Explore applications of patterns and       Recognize and describe images
transformational geometry. (P, D, M, G, N) of figures obtained by applying
MX50-02         Dilation and Rotation Geometry
reflections, translations, rotations,
and dilations.
Explore applications of patterns and       Create tessellations using
Translation and
MX50-01                              Geometry               transformational geometry. (P, D, M, G, N) translations and rotations.
Reflection
Explore applications of patterns and       Create tessellations using
MX50-02         Dilation and Rotation Geometry              transformational geometry. (P, D, M, G, N) translations and rotations.

Explore applications of patterns and       Determine the effect of scale
MX50-02         Dilation and Rotation Geometry              transformational geometry. (P, D, M, G, N) factors on dilations.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to          Solve and explore equations using
manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)        the quadratic formula, completing
Solve Equations by
MX09-01                              Algebra II                                                          the square, synthetic division,
Substitution
graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to          Solve and explore equations using
Solve Linear                                manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)        the quadratic formula, completing
MX09-02         Equations With One Algebra II                                                            the square, synthetic division,
Unknown                                                                                  graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to          Solve and explore equations using
manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)        the quadratic formula, completing
MX09-03                              Algebra II                                                          the square, synthetic division,
Equations
graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to          Solve and explore equations using
Solve Equations With                        manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)        the quadratic formula, completing
MX09-04         More Than One        Algebra II                                                          the square, synthetic division,
Unknown                                                                                  graphing, and technology.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                       Objective Text
#                 Name
Demonstrate the skills necessary to     Solve and explore equations using
Use a Solution of                           manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)   the quadratic formula, completing
MX09-05         One Equation to      Algebra II                                                     the square, synthetic division,
Solve Another                                                                       graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to     Solve and explore equations using
General Quadratic                           manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)   the quadratic formula, completing
MX09-06         Equations Using a    Algebra II                                                     the square, synthetic division,
Formula                                                                             graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to     Solve and explore equations using
Solve Systems of                            manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)   the quadratic formula, completing
MX55-01         Linear Equations     Algebra II                                                     the square, synthetic division,
Algebraically                                                                       graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to     Solve and explore equations using
Solve Systems of                            manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)   the quadratic formula, completing
MX55-02         Linear Equations     Algebra II                                                     the square, synthetic division,
Graphically                                                                         graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to     Solve and explore equations using
Solve a Line-                               manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)   the quadratic formula, completing
MX56-01         Parabola System      Algebra II                                                     the square, synthetic division,
Algebraically                                                                       graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to     Solve and explore equations using
Solve a Line-                               manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)   the quadratic formula, completing
MX56-02         Parabola System      Algebra II                                                     the square, synthetic division,
Graphically                                                                         graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to     Solve and explore equations using
manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)   the quadratic formula, completing
Solve a Line-Circle
MX56-03                              Algebra II                                                     the square, synthetic division,
System Algebraically
graphing, and technology.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                             Objective Text
#                 Name
Demonstrate the skills necessary to            Solve and explore equations using
manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)          the quadratic formula, completing
Solve a Line-Circle
MX56-04                               Algebra II                                                            the square, synthetic division,
System Graphically
graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to            Solve and explore equations using
Solve Systems of                             manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)          the quadratic formula, completing
MX57-01         Inequalities          Algebra II                                                            the square, synthetic division,
Algebraically                                                                               graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to            Solve and explore equations using
Solve Systems of                             manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)          the quadratic formula, completing
MX57-02         Inequalities          Algebra II                                                            the square, synthetic division,
Graphically                                                                                 graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to            Solve and explore equations using
manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)          the quadratic formula, completing
MX58-01         Set Up the Equation Algebra II                                                              the square, synthetic division,
graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to            Solve and explore equations using
manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)          the quadratic formula, completing
Use Linear
MX58-02                               Algebra II                                                            the square, synthetic division,
Equations
graphing, and technology.

Demonstrate the skills necessary to            Solve and explore equations using
manage personal finance. (P, D, M, N)          the quadratic formula, completing
MX58-03                               Algebra II                                                            the square, synthetic division,
Equations
graphing, and technology.

Solve systems of equations and                 Explore methods of solving
Solve Systems of
inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   systems of equations to include
MX55-01         Linear Equations      Algebra II
M, G, N)                                       algebraic methods and matrices.
Algebraically
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                            Objective Text
#                 Name
Solve systems of equations and                 Explore methods of solving
Solve Systems of
inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   systems of equations to include
MX55-02         Linear Equations      Algebra II
M, G, N)                                       algebraic methods and matrices.
Graphically
Solve systems of equations and                 Explore methods of solving
Solve a Line-
inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   systems of equations to include
MX56-01         Parabola System       Algebra II
M, G, N)                                       algebraic methods and matrices.
Algebraically
Solve systems of equations and                 Explore methods of solving
Solve a Line-
inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   systems of equations to include
MX56-02         Parabola System       Algebra II
M, G, N)                                       algebraic methods and matrices.
Graphically
Solve systems of equations and                 Explore methods of solving
Solve a Line-Circle                          inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   systems of equations to include
MX56-03                              Algebra II
System Algebraically                         M, G, N)                                       algebraic methods and matrices.

Solve systems of equations and                 Explore methods of solving
Solve a Line-Circle                          inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   systems of equations to include
MX56-04                               Algebra II
System Graphically                           M, G, N)                                       algebraic methods and matrices.

Solve systems of equations and                 Explore methods of solving
Solve Systems of
inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   systems of equations to include
MX57-01         Inequalities          Algebra II
M, G, N)                                       algebraic methods and matrices.
Algebraically
Solve systems of equations and                 Explore methods of solving
Solve Systems of
inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   systems of equations to include
MX57-02         Inequalities          Algebra II
M, G, N)                                       algebraic methods and matrices.
Graphically
Solve systems of equations and                 Explore methods of solving
Addition and                                 inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   systems of equations to include
MX66-01                               Algebra II
Subtraction                                  M, G, N)                                       algebraic methods and matrices.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                             Objective Text
#                 Name
Solve systems of equations and                 Explore methods of solving
inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   systems of equations to include
MX66-02         Scalar Multiplication   Algebra II
M, G, N)                                       algebraic methods and matrices.

Solve Systems of                               Solve systems of equations and                 Write a system of equations to
MX55-01         Linear Equations        Algebra II             inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   solve a problem.
Algebraically                                  M, G, N)
Solve Systems of                               Solve systems of equations and                 Write a system of equations to
MX55-02         Linear Equations        Algebra II             inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   solve a problem.
Graphically                                    M, G, N)
Solve a Line-                                  Solve systems of equations and                 Write a system of equations to
MX56-01         Parabola System         Algebra II             inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   solve a problem.
Algebraically                                  M, G, N)
Solve a Line-                                  Solve systems of equations and                 Write a system of equations to
MX56-02         Parabola System         Algebra II             inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   solve a problem.
Graphically                                    M, G, N)
Solve systems of equations and                 Write a system of equations to
Solve a Line-Circle
MX56-03                              Algebra II                inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   solve a problem.
System Algebraically
M, G, N)
Solve systems of equations and                 Write a system of equations to
Solve a Line-Circle
MX56-04                                 Algebra II             inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   solve a problem.
System Graphically
M, G, N)
Solve Systems of                               Solve systems of equations and                 Write a system of equations to
MX57-01         Inequalities            Algebra II             inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   solve a problem.
Algebraically                                  M, G, N)
Solve Systems of                               Solve systems of equations and                 Write a system of equations to
MX57-02         Inequalities            Algebra II             inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   solve a problem.
Graphically                                    M, G, N)
Solve Systems of                               Solve systems of equations and                 Interpret by graphing, and solve
MX57-01         Inequalities            Algebra II             inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   systems of inequalities.
Algebraically                                  M, G, N)
Solve Systems of                               Solve systems of equations and                 Interpret by graphing, and solve
MX57-02         Inequalities            Algebra II             inequalities and interpret solutions. (P, D,   systems of inequalities.
Graphically                                    M, G, N)
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                 Name
Identify and investigate relations and      Determine the domain, range,
MX109-01        Time for a Change     Algebra II
functions. (P, D, M, G, N)                  roots, and inverse of a function.
Identify and investigate relations and      Determine the domain, range,
MX109-02        Form and Function     Algebra II
functions. (P, D, M, G, N)                  roots, and inverse of a function.
Identify and investigate relations and      Evaluate functions including
MX109-01        Time for a Change     Algebra II
functions. (P, D, M, G, N)                  composite functions.
Identify and investigate relations and      Evaluate functions including
MX109-02        Form and Function     Algebra II
functions. (P, D, M, G, N)                  composite functions.
Understand                                   Identify and investigate relations and      Use scatter plots and apply
MX111-01                              Algebra II
Scatterplot Data                             functions. (P, D, M, G, N)                  regression analysis to data.
Investigate rational expressions and        Perform basic operations and
Fractions and Mixed
MX01-01                             Algebra II               equations. (P, D, M, G, N)                  simplify rational expressions to
Numbers
include complex fractions.
Investigate rational expressions and        Perform basic operations and
MX01-02         Equivalent Fractions Algebra II              equations. (P, D, M, G, N)                  simplify rational expressions to
include complex fractions.
Investigate rational expressions and        Perform basic operations and
Multiply and Divide
MX01-03                               Algebra II             equations. (P, D, M, G, N)                  simplify rational expressions to
Fractions
include complex fractions.
Investigate rational expressions and        Perform basic operations and
MX01-04                               Algebra II             equations. (P, D, M, G, N)                  simplify rational expressions to
Fractions
include complex fractions.
Solve, graph, and apply the properties of   Illustrate and apply the
exponential and logarithmic expressions     relationships between exponential
MX63-01         Bases and Powers      Algebra II
and equations. (P, D, M, G, N)              and logarithmic functions.

Solve, graph, and apply the properties of   Simplify radical, exponential, and
exponential and logarithmic expressions     logarithmic expressions.
MX63-01         Bases and Powers      Algebra II
and equations. (P, D, M, G, N)

Solve, graph, and apply the properties of   Solve equations involving radicals,
exponential and logarithmic expressions     exponents, and logarithms.
MX12-01         Exponents             Algebra II
and equations. (P, D, M, G, N)
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Solve, graph, and apply the properties of   Solve equations involving radicals,
Evaluate
exponential and logarithmic expressions     exponents, and logarithms.
MX12-03         Expressions         Algebra II
and equations. (P, D, M, G, N)
Involving Exponents
Solve, graph, and apply the properties of   Solve equations involving radicals,
exponential and logarithmic expressions     exponents, and logarithms.
MX63-01         Bases and Powers     Algebra II
and equations. (P, D, M, G, N)

Solve, graph, and apply the properties of   Collect, organize, and interpret
exponential and logarithmic expressions     data from exponential,
MX41-01         Graphs               Algebra II
and equations. (P, D, M, G, N)              logarithmic, and power functions.

Solve, graph, and apply the properties of   Collect, organize, and interpret
exponential and logarithmic expressions     data from exponential,
MX41-02         Diagrams             Algebra II
and equations. (P, D, M, G, N)              logarithmic, and power functions.

Solve, graph, and apply the properties of   Collect, organize, and interpret
exponential and logarithmic expressions     data from exponential,
MX41-03         Tables               Algebra II
and equations. (P, D, M, G, N)              logarithmic, and power functions.

Solve, graph, and apply the properties of   Collect, organize, and interpret
exponential and logarithmic expressions     data from exponential,
MX12-01         Exponents            Algebra II
and equations. (P, D, M, G, N)              logarithmic, and power functions.

Solve, graph, and apply the properties of   Collect, organize, and interpret
exponential and logarithmic expressions     data from exponential,
MX63-01         Bases and Powers     Algebra II
and equations. (P, D, M, G, N)              logarithmic, and power functions.

Identify characteristics and extend         Explain dimensions of a matrix.
Recognize Famous
MX53-01                              Algebra II             operations and applications of matrices.
Patterns
(P, D, N)
Identify characteristics and extend         Explain dimensions of a matrix.
Solve Pattern
MX53-02                              Algebra II             operations and applications of matrices.
Problems
(P, D, N)
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                            Objective Text
#                 Name
Identify characteristics and extend           Solve for unknown values in
MX66-01                                 Algebra II             operations and applications of matrices.      corresponding elements of equal
Subtraction
(P, D, N)                                     matrices.
Identify characteristics and extend           Solve for unknown values in
MX66-02         Scalar Multiplication   Algebra II             operations and applications of matrices.      corresponding elements of equal
(P, D, N)                                     matrices.
Identify characteristics and extend           Perform basic operations and
MX66-01                                 Algebra II             operations and applications of matrices.      apply to matrices.
Subtraction
(P, D, N)
Identify characteristics and extend           Perform basic operations and
MX66-02         Scalar Multiplication   Algebra II             operations and applications of matrices.      apply to matrices.
(P, D, N)
Analyze and extend patterns of graphs in      Determine domain and range.
MX109-02        Form and Function       Advanced Algebra
families of functions. (P, D, M, G, N)
Analyze and extend patterns of graphs in      Relate symmetry to the behavior
MX109-02        Form and Function       Advanced Algebra       families of functions. (P, D, M, G, N)        of even and odd functions.

Analyze and extend patterns of graphs in      Use technology to analyze and
families of functions. (P, D, M, G, N)        sketch the graphs of polynomial,
MX109-02        Form and Function       Advanced Algebra                                                     rational, exponential, and
logarithmic functions.

Analyze and extend patterns of graphs in      Explore properties of composites
families of functions. (P, D, M, G, N)        and inverses and their graphs as
MX109-02        Form and Function       Advanced Algebra
they relate to functions.

Investigate and apply the characteristics Express sequences and series
Induction, Iteration,                          and operations connecting sequences and using recursive processes.
and Recurrence                                 series. (P, D, G, N)

Explore and apply fundamental principles      Use summation (S) and factorial
MX01-04                                 Advanced Algebra       of probability and statistics. (P, D, G, N)   notation to solve problems.
Fractions
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Explore and apply fundamental principles    Draw inferences from and
MX41-01         Graphs               Advanced Algebra      of probability and statistics. (P, D, G, N) construct charts, tables, and/or
graphs that summarize data.
Explore and apply fundamental principles Draw inferences from and
MX41-02         Diagrams             Advanced Algebra      of probability and statistics. (P, D, G, N) construct charts, tables, and/or
graphs that summarize data.
Explore and apply fundamental principles Draw inferences from and
MX41-03         Tables               Advanced Algebra      of probability and statistics. (P, D, G, N) construct charts, tables, and/or
graphs that summarize data.
Explore and apply fundamental principles Use and apply the Fundamental
Permutations and                           of probability and statistics. (P, D, G, N) Counting Principle, permutations,
Combinations                                                                           and combinations as a preface to
probability.
Explore and apply fundamental principles Use and apply the Fundamental
of probability and statistics. (P, D, G, N) Counting Principle, permutations,
and combinations as a preface to
probability.
Explore and apply fundamental principles Use theoretical or experimental
A Closer Look at
MX52-01                              Advanced Algebra      of probability and statistics. (P, D, G, N) experiences to determine simple
Probability
probability.
Explore and apply fundamental principles Use theoretical or experimental
Effect of
MX52-02                              Advanced Algebra      of probability and statistics. (P, D, G, N) experiences to determine simple
Replacement
probability.
Explore and apply fundamental principles Use theoretical or experimental
MX52-03         Compound Events      Advanced Algebra      of probability and statistics. (P, D, G, N) experiences to determine simple
probability.
Explore and apply fundamental principles Use theoretical or experimental
MX22-02         Probability          Advanced Algebra      of probability and statistics. (P, D, G, N) experiences to determine simple
probability.
Identify, explore, and predict equations    Identify the parts essential to the
Solve a Line-
and graphs of conic sections. (P, M, G, N) graphs of the circle, parabola,
ellipse, and hyperbola.
Graphically
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                             Objective Text
#                 Name
Identify, explore, and predict equations   Identify the parts essential to the
Solve a Line-Circle                         and graphs of conic sections. (P, M, G, N) graphs of the circle, parabola,
System Graphically                                                                     ellipse, and hyperbola.

Identify, explore, and predict equations   Graph conic sections using
Translation and
MX50-01                               Advanced Algebra      and graphs of conic sections. (P, M, G, N) translations.
Reflection
Add or Subtract                             Extend algebraic techniques to higher          Solve inequalities containing
MX11-01         Quantities to         Advanced Algebra      degree polynomial and complex rational         simple rational expressions.
Inequalities                                problems. (P, D, N)
Extend algebraic techniques to higher          Solve inequalities containing
Multiply or Divide an
MX11-02                               Advanced Algebra      degree polynomial and complex rational         simple rational expressions.
Inequality
problems. (P, D, N)
Find the Product of                         Extend algebraic techniques to higher          Solve inequalities containing
Two Numbers or                              degree polynomial and complex rational         simple rational expressions.
Expressions in                              problems. (P, D, N)
Inequalities
Solve Linear                                Extend algebraic techniques to higher          Solve inequalities containing
MX11-04         Inequalities in One   Advanced Algebra      degree polynomial and complex rational         simple rational expressions.
Unknown                                     problems. (P, D, N)
Solve Higher Order                          Extend algebraic techniques to higher          Solve inequalities containing
MX11-05         Inequalities in One   Advanced Algebra      degree polynomial and complex rational         simple rational expressions.
Unknown                                     problems. (P, D, N)
Extend algebraic techniques to higher          Solve inequalities containing
Use Inequalities to
MX11-06                               Advanced Algebra      degree polynomial and complex rational         simple rational expressions.
Compare Fractions
problems. (P, D, N)
Evaluate                                    Explore and extend properties and              Explore and simplify exponential
MX12-03         Expressions         Advanced Algebra        applications of exponential and logarithmic    expressions and solve
Involving Exponents                         equations. (P, D, M, G, N)                     exponential equations.
Explore and extend properties and              Explore applications of logarithms.
MX63-01         Bases and Powers      Advanced Algebra      applications of exponential and logarithmic
equations. (P, D, M, G, N)
Investigate, predict, and extend patterns of   Demonstrate proficiency in
MX109-02        Form and Function     Pre-Calculus          graphs in families of functions. (P, D, M,     determining domain and range.
G, N)
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                 Name
Illustrate and explore the characteristics Use the Principle of Mathematical
Induction, Iteration,                         and operations connecting sequences and Induction as a form of
MX67-03                                 Pre-Calculus
and Recurrence                                series. (P, D, G, N)                       mathematical proof.

Fractions and Mixed                           Explore and apply fundamental principles   Use summation (Σ) and factorial
MX01-01                             Pre-Calculus
Numbers                                       of probability. (P, D, G, N)               notations to solve problems.
Explore and apply fundamental principles   Use summation (Σ) and factorial
MX01-02         Equivalent Fractions Pre-Calculus
of probability. (P, D, G, N)               notations to solve problems.
Multiply and Divide                           Explore and apply fundamental principles   Use summation (Σ) and factorial
MX01-03                                 Pre-Calculus
Fractions                                     of probability. (P, D, G, N)               notations to solve problems.
Add and Subtract                              Explore and apply fundamental principles   Use summation (Σ) and factorial
MX01-04                                 Pre-Calculus
Fractions                                     of probability. (P, D, G, N)               notations to solve problems.
Explore and apply fundamental principles   Use and apply the fundamental
Permutations and                              of probability. (P, D, G, N)               counting principle, permutations,
MX22-01                                 Pre-Calculus
Combinations                                                                             and combinations as a preface to
probability.
Explore and apply fundamental principles   Use and apply the fundamental
of probability. (P, D, G, N)               counting principle, permutations,
MX22-02         Probability             Pre-Calculus
and combinations as a preface to
probability.
Explore and apply fundamental principles   Use theoretical or experimental
A Closer Look at
MX52-01                                 Pre-Calculus          of probability. (P, D, G, N)               experiences to determine simple
Probability
probability.
Explore and apply fundamental principles   Use theoretical or experimental
Effect of
MX52-02                                 Pre-Calculus          of probability. (P, D, G, N)               experiences to determine simple
Replacement
probability.
Explore and apply fundamental principles   Use theoretical or experimental
MX52-03         Compound Events         Pre-Calculus          of probability. (P, D, G, N)               experiences to determine simple
probability.
Explore and apply fundamental principles   Use theoretical or experimental
MX22-02         Probability             Pre-Calculus          of probability. (P, D, G, N)               experiences to determine simple
probability.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Extend algebraic problem-solving            Factor and find zeros of
Find Common                                 techniques to higher degree polynomial      polynomial equations.
MX08-01                               Pre-Calculus
Factors                                     and complex rational equations. (P, D, G,
N)
Extend algebraic problem-solving            Factor and find zeros of
Factor Differences of                       techniques to higher degree polynomial      polynomial equations.
MX08-02                               Pre-Calculus
Two Squares                                 and complex rational equations. (P, D, G,
N)
Extend algebraic problem-solving            Factor and find zeros of
Factor Trinomials                           techniques to higher degree polynomial      polynomial equations.
MX08-03                               Pre-Calculus
into Binomials                              and complex rational equations. (P, D, G,
N)
Extend algebraic problem-solving            Factor and find zeros of
Factor an Expression                        techniques to higher degree polynomial      polynomial equations.
MX08-04                              Pre-Calculus
Completely                                  and complex rational equations. (P, D, G,
N)
Extend algebraic problem-solving            Solve inequalities containing
techniques to higher degree polynomial      simple rational expressions.
MX11-01         Quantities to         Pre-Calculus
and complex rational equations. (P, D, G,
Inequalities
N)
Extend algebraic problem-solving            Solve inequalities containing
Multiply or Divide an                       techniques to higher degree polynomial      simple rational expressions.
MX11-02                               Pre-Calculus
Inequality                                  and complex rational equations. (P, D, G,
N)
Find the Product of                         Extend algebraic problem-solving            Solve inequalities containing
Two Numbers or                              techniques to higher degree polynomial      simple rational expressions.
MX11-03                               Pre-Calculus
Expressions in                              and complex rational equations. (P, D, G,
Inequalities                                N)
Extend algebraic problem-solving            Solve inequalities containing
Solve Linear
techniques to higher degree polynomial      simple rational expressions.
MX11-04         Inequalities in One   Pre-Calculus
and complex rational equations. (P, D, G,
Unknown
N)
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Extend algebraic problem-solving             Solve inequalities containing
Solve Higher Order
techniques to higher degree polynomial       simple rational expressions.
MX11-05         Inequalities in One   Pre-Calculus
and complex rational equations. (P, D, G,
Unknown
N)
Extend algebraic problem-solving             Solve inequalities containing
Use Inequalities to                         techniques to higher degree polynomial       simple rational expressions.
MX11-06                               Pre-Calculus
Compare Fractions                           and complex rational equations. (P, D, G,
N)
Extend properties and applications of        Explore the application of
MX63-01         Bases and Powers      Pre-Calculus          exponential and logarithmic equations. (P,   logarithms to problem-solving
D, M, G, N)                                  situations.
Identify, locate, and apply trigonometric    Identify and locate angles in
MX18-02         Central Angles        Trigonometry          functions to the unit circle. (P, M, G, N)   radians and degrees based on the
unit circle.
Identify, locate, and apply trigonometric    Identify and locate angles in
MX18-03         Inscribed Angles      Trigonometry          functions to the unit circle. (P, M, G, N)   radians and degrees based on the
unit circle.
Angles and                                  Identify, locate, and apply trigonometric    Identify and locate angles in
MX40-01         Trigonometric         Trigonometry          functions to the unit circle. (P, M, G, N)   radians and degrees based on the
Functions                                                                                unit circle.
Angles and                                  Identify, locate, and apply trigonometric    Convert between degree and
MX40-01         Trigonometric         Trigonometry          functions to the unit circle. (P, M, G, N)   radian measurements of angles.
Functions
Angles and                                  Identify, locate, and apply trigonometric    Use the definition of the six
MX40-01         Trigonometric         Trigonometry          functions to the unit circle. (P, M, G, N)   trigonometric functions to find
Functions                                                                                missing parts of a triangle.
Trigonometric                               Identify, locate, and apply trigonometric    Use the definition of the six
MX40-02         Identities and        Trigonometry          functions to the unit circle. (P, M, G, N)   trigonometric functions to find
Formulas                                                                                 missing parts of a triangle.
Periodicity of                              Identify, locate, and apply trigonometric    Use the definition of the six
MX40-03         Trigonometric         Trigonometry          functions to the unit circle. (P, M, G, N)   trigonometric functions to find
Functions                                                                                missing parts of a triangle.
Angles and                                  Identify, locate, and apply trigonometric    Determine the values of inverse
MX40-01         Trigonometric         Trigonometry          functions to the unit circle. (P, M, G, N)   trigonometric functions.
Functions
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                Standard Text                            Objective Text
#                 Name
Explore, communicate, and apply the          Recognize, sketch, and interpret
Angles and                                 connections between the patterns of          the graphs of the six basic
MX40-01         Trigonometric        Trigonometry          trigonometric functions and graphing with    trigonometric functions and their
Functions                                  and without appropriate technology. (P, D,   inverses to include restrictions on
M, G, N)                                     the domain.
Explore, communicate, and apply the          Recognize, sketch, and interpret
Trigonometric                              connections between the patterns of          the graphs of the six basic
MX40-02         Identities and       Trigonometry          trigonometric functions and graphing with    trigonometric functions and their
Formulas                                   and without appropriate technology. (P, D,   inverses to include restrictions on
M, G, N)                                     the domain.
Explore, communicate, and apply the          Recognize, sketch, and interpret
Periodicity of                             connections between the patterns of          the graphs of the six basic
MX40-03         Trigonometric        Trigonometry          trigonometric functions and graphing with    trigonometric functions and their
Functions                                  and without appropriate technology. (P, D,   inverses to include restrictions on
M, G, N)                                     the domain.
Explore, communicate, and apply the          Recognize, sketch, and interpret
Angles and                                 connections between the patterns of          graphs of the trigonometric
MX40-01         Trigonometric        Trigonometry          trigonometric functions and graphing with    functions using all
Functions                                  and without appropriate technology. (P, D,   transformations.
M, G, N)
Explore, communicate, and apply the          Recognize, sketch, and interpret
Trigonometric                              connections between the patterns of          graphs of the trigonometric
MX40-02         Identities and       Trigonometry          trigonometric functions and graphing with    functions using all
Formulas                                   and without appropriate technology. (P, D,   transformations.
M, G, N)
Explore, communicate, and apply the          Recognize, sketch, and interpret
Periodicity of                             connections between the patterns of          graphs of the trigonometric
MX40-03         Trigonometric        Trigonometry          trigonometric functions and graphing with    functions using all
Functions                                  and without appropriate technology. (P, D,   transformations.
M, G, N)
Utilize and extend algebraic and geometric   Solve for unknown parts of
Angles and
techniques to trigonometric equations and    triangles to include Law of Sines
MX40-01         Trigonometric        Trigonometry
applications. (P, D, M, G, N)                and Law of Cosines.
Functions
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                          Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Utilize and extend algebraic and geometric State, verify, and utilize
Trigonometric
techniques to trigonometric equations and trigonometric identities.
MX40-02         Identities and       Trigonometry
applications. (P, D, M, G, N)
Formulas
Utilize and extend algebraic and geometric Find arc length and area of a
techniques to trigonometric equations and sector of a circle.
MX18-03         Inscribed Angles     Trigonometry
applications. (P, D, M, G, N)

Utilize and extend algebraic and geometric Find arc length and area of a
Area and
techniques to trigonometric equations and sector of a circle.
MX18-05         Circumference of a   Trigonometry
applications. (P, D, M, G, N)
Circle
Utilize and extend algebraic and geometric Model and apply right triangle
Angles and
techniques to trigonometric equations and formulas, Law of Sines, and Law
MX40-01         Trigonometric        Trigonometry
applications. (P, D, M, G, N)              of Cosines to problem-solving
Functions
situations.
Demonstrate basic knowledge of             Predict and explain the
MX109-01        Time for a Change    Advanced Placement Calculus    functions, their behavior, and             characteristics and behavior of
characteristics. (P, D, G, N)              functions and their graphs.
Demonstrate basic knowledge of             Predict and explain the
MX109-02        Form and Function    Advanced Placement Calculus    functions, their behavior, and             characteristics and behavior of
characteristics. (P, D, G, N)              functions and their graphs.
Evaluate limits and communicate an         Calculate limits using algebra.
MX109-01        Time for a Change    Advanced Placement Calculus    understanding of the limiting process. (P,
D, G, N)
Evaluate limits and communicate an         Calculate limits using algebra.
MX06-01         Transitivity         Advanced Placement Calculus    understanding of the limiting process. (P,
D, G, N)
Add or Subtract the                                 Evaluate limits and communicate an         Calculate limits using algebra.
MX06-02         Same Number in        Advanced Placement Calculus   understanding of the limiting process. (P,
Equations                                           D, G, N)
Multiply or Divide by                               Evaluate limits and communicate an         Calculate limits using algebra.
MX06-03         the Same Number in Advanced Placement Calculus      understanding of the limiting process. (P,
Equations                                           D, G, N)
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                         Standard Text                         Objective Text
#                 Name
Evaluate limits and communicate an            Calculate limits using algebra.
MX06-04         Commutativity         Advanced Placement Calculus understanding of the limiting process. (P,
D, G, N)
Evaluate limits and communicate an            Calculate limits using algebra.
MX06-05         Signed Numbers        Advanced Placement Calculus understanding of the limiting process. (P,
D, G, N)
Evaluate limits and communicate an            Calculate limits using algebra.
Algebraic Sums of
MX06-06                               Advanced Placement Calculus understanding of the limiting process. (P,
Signed Numbers
D, G, N)
Evaluate limits and communicate an            Calculate limits using algebra.
Multiply or Divide
MX06-07                               Advanced Placement Calculus understanding of the limiting process. (P,
Signed Numbers
D, G, N)
Associative and                                   Evaluate limits and communicate an            Calculate limits using algebra.
MX06-08         Distributive          Advanced Placement Calculus understanding of the limiting process. (P,
Properties                                        D, G, N)
Evaluate limits and communicate an            Calculate limits using algebra.
MX06-09         Order of Operations   Advanced Placement Calculus understanding of the limiting process. (P,
D, G, N)
Evaluate limits and communicate an            Estimate limits from graphs or
MX109-01        Time for a Change     Advanced Placement Calculus understanding of the limiting process. (P,    tables of data.
D, G, N)
Evaluate limits and communicate an            Verify the behavior and direction
MX109-01        Time for a Change     Advanced Placement Calculus understanding of the limiting process. (P,    of non-determinable limits.
D, G, N)
Perform operations on sets and                Perform operations on a set.
MX67-02         Sets                  Discrete Mathematics
investigate properties of fields. (P, G, N)
Perform operations on sets and                Identify simple operations using
MX25-04         Venn Diagrams         Discrete Mathematics        investigate properties of fields. (P, G, N)   set theory to include Venn
diagrams.
Apply the rules of logic to discuss the    Investigate and apply rules of
Statements,
validity of arguments. (P, G, N)           logic to include negations,
Negations, and
MX25-01                               Discrete Mathematics                                                      connectives, conditionals,
Compound
inverses, and patterns of
Sentences
inference.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                  Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                 Name
Apply the rules of logic to discuss the    Investigate and apply rules of
validity of arguments. (P, G, N)           logic to include negations,
The Language of
MX25-02                                 Discrete Mathematics                                              connectives, conditionals,
Logic
inverses, and patterns of
inference.
Apply the rules of logic to discuss the    Investigate and apply rules of
validity of arguments. (P, G, N)           logic to include negations,
MX25-03         Truth Values            Discrete Mathematics                                              connectives, conditionals,
inverses, and patterns of
inference.
Apply the rules of logic to discuss the    Investigate and apply rules of
validity of arguments. (P, G, N)           logic to include negations,
MX25-04         Venn Diagrams           Discrete Mathematics                                              connectives, conditionals,
inverses, and patterns of
inference.
Apply the rules of logic to discuss the    Construct truth tables.
MX25-03         Truth Values            Discrete Mathematics
validity of arguments. (P, G, N)
Statements,                                    Apply the rules of logic to discuss the    Apply the principles of logic to
Negations, and                                 validity of arguments. (P, G, N)           determine the validity of
MX25-01                                 Discrete Mathematics
Compound                                                                                  arguments.
Sentences
Apply the rules of logic to discuss the    Apply the principles of logic to
The Language of
MX25-02                                 Discrete Mathematics   validity of arguments. (P, G, N)           determine the validity of
Logic
arguments.
Apply the rules of logic to discuss the    Apply the principles of logic to
MX25-03         Truth Values            Discrete Mathematics   validity of arguments. (P, G, N)           determine the validity of
arguments.
Apply the rules of logic to discuss the    Apply the principles of logic to
MX25-04         Venn Diagrams           Discrete Mathematics   validity of arguments. (P, G, N)           determine the validity of
arguments.
Explore and investigate graph theory and   Construct and use tree diagrams
Induction, Iteration,
MX67-03                                 Discrete Mathematics   its applications. (P, M, G)                to solve graph theory problems.
and Recurrence
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                      Standard Text                             Objective Text
#                 Name
Apply and compare approaches to             Perform basic operations with
MX66-01                                 Discrete Mathematics         problem-solving situations. (P, D, M, G, N) matrices.
Subtraction
Apply and compare approaches to             Perform basic operations with
MX66-02         Scalar Multiplication   Discrete Mathematics         problem-solving situations. (P, D, M, G, N) matrices.

Apply and compare approaches to             Apply matrices to solving
MX66-01                                 Discrete Mathematics         problem-solving situations. (P, D, M, G, N) problems.
Subtraction
Apply and compare approaches to             Apply matrices to solving
MX66-02         Scalar Multiplication   Discrete Mathematics         problem-solving situations. (P, D, M, G, N) problems.

Apply and compare approaches to             Use and compare recursive
Induction, Iteration,                                problem-solving situations. (P, D, M, G, N) approaches to problem-solving
MX67-03                                 Discrete Mathematics
and Recurrence                                                                                   and identifying numerical patterns.

Collect, read, interpret, and analyze data      Draw inferences from charts,
MX41-01         Graphs                  Probability and Statistics   as it relates to the real world. (P, D, M, G,   tables, and graphs that
N)                                              summarize data.
Collect, read, interpret, and analyze data      Draw inferences from charts,
MX41-02         Diagrams                Probability and Statistics   as it relates to the real world. (P, D, M, G,   tables, and graphs that
N)                                              summarize data.
Collect, read, interpret, and analyze data      Draw inferences from charts,
MX41-03         Tables                  Probability and Statistics   as it relates to the real world. (P, D, M, G,   tables, and graphs that
N)                                              summarize data.
Collect, read, interpret, and analyze data      Find mean, median, mode, and
MX19-01         Averages                Probability and Statistics   as it relates to the real world. (P, D, M, G,   percentile information from a
N)                                              given set of data.
Collect, read, interpret, and analyze data      Find mean, median, mode, and
MX19-02         Medians                 Probability and Statistics   as it relates to the real world. (P, D, M, G,   percentile information from a
N)                                              given set of data.
Collect, read, interpret, and analyze data      Find mean, median, mode, and
MX19-03         Modes                   Probability and Statistics   as it relates to the real world. (P, D, M, G,   percentile information from a
N)                                              given set of data.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                      Standard Text                              Objective Text
#                 Name
Collect and decide on the most               Collect and organize data using
appropriate form of displaying data and be frequency distributions, stem-and-
MX19-04         Histograms           Probability and Statistics   able to create tables and different kinds of leaf plots, and histograms.
graphs to represent data. (D, M, G)

Collect and decide on the most               Collect and organize data using
Box-and-Whisker                                   appropriate form of displaying data and be frequency distributions, stem-and-
MX49-01         and Stem-and-Leaf    Probability and Statistics   able to create tables and different kinds of leaf plots, and histograms.
Plots                                             graphs to represent data. (D, M, G)

Collect and decide on the most                 Choose the graph type, such as
appropriate form of displaying data and be     bar, circle, pictograph, line, or x-y,
MX41-01         Graphs               Probability and Statistics   able to create tables and different kinds of   that best represents a given set of
graphs to represent data. (D, M, G)            data.

Collect and decide on the most                 Choose the graph type, such as
appropriate form of displaying data and be     bar, circle, pictograph, line, or x-y,
MX41-02         Diagrams             Probability and Statistics   able to create tables and different kinds of   that best represents a given set of
graphs to represent data. (D, M, G)            data.

Collect and decide on the most                 Choose the graph type, such as
appropriate form of displaying data and be     bar, circle, pictograph, line, or x-y,
MX41-03         Tables               Probability and Statistics   able to create tables and different kinds of   that best represents a given set of
graphs to represent data. (D, M, G)            data.

Demonstrate how patterns can be used to Explain the relationship between
A Closer Look at
MX52-01                              Probability and Statistics   explain probability. (P, D, M, G)       theoretical and experimental
Probability
probability.
Demonstrate how patterns can be used to Explain the relationship between
Effect of
MX52-02                              Probability and Statistics   explain probability. (P, D, M, G)       theoretical and experimental
Replacement
probability.
Demonstrate how patterns can be used to Explain the relationship between
MX52-03         Compound Events      Probability and Statistics   explain probability. (P, D, M, G)       theoretical and experimental
probability.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                      Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Demonstrate how patterns can be used to Explain the relationship between
Permutations and
MX22-01                              Probability and Statistics   explain probability. (P, D, M, G)       theoretical and experimental
Combinations
probability.
Demonstrate how patterns can be used to Explain the relationship between
MX22-02         Probability          Probability and Statistics   explain probability. (P, D, M, G)       theoretical and experimental
probability.
Demonstrate how patterns can be used to Apply the counting principles,
Permutations and
MX22-01                              Probability and Statistics   explain probability. (P, D, M, G)       including permutations and
Combinations
combinations.
Demonstrate how patterns can be used to Construct and interpret sample
A Closer Look at
MX52-01                              Probability and Statistics   explain probability. (P, D, M, G)       spaces, events, and tree
Probability
diagrams.
Demonstrate how patterns can be used to Construct and interpret sample
Effect of
MX52-02                              Probability and Statistics   explain probability. (P, D, M, G)       spaces, events, and tree
Replacement
diagrams.
Demonstrate how patterns can be used to Construct and interpret sample
MX52-03         Compound Events      Probability and Statistics   explain probability. (P, D, M, G)       spaces, events, and tree
diagrams.
Demonstrate how patterns can be used to Identify types of events, including
Effect of                                         explain probability. (P, D, M, G)       mutually exclusive, independent,
MX52-02                              Probability and Statistics
Replacement                                                                               and complementary.

Demonstrate how patterns can be used to Identify types of events, including
explain probability. (P, D, M, G)       mutually exclusive, independent,
MX52-03         Compound Events      Probability and Statistics
and complementary.

Investigate algebraic concepts as they       Describe the sampling process
apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,   and effects of sampling on
MX19-01         Averages             Probability and Statistics
M, G, N)                                     outcomes of statistical processes.

Investigate algebraic concepts as they       Describe the sampling process
apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,   and effects of sampling on
MX19-02         Medians              Probability and Statistics
M, G, N)                                     outcomes of statistical processes.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                      Standard Text                           Objective Text
#                 Name
Investigate algebraic concepts as they       Describe the sampling process
apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,   and effects of sampling on
MX19-03         Modes                 Probability and Statistics
M, G, N)                                     outcomes of statistical processes.

Investigate algebraic concepts as they       Describe the sampling process
apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,   and effects of sampling on
MX19-04         Histograms            Probability and Statistics
M, G, N)                                     outcomes of statistical processes.

Investigate algebraic concepts as they       Describe the sampling process
Percentiles,                                       apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,   and effects of sampling on
MX19-05                              Probability and Statistics
Quartiles, and Range                               M, G, N)                                     outcomes of statistical processes.

Investigate algebraic concepts as they       Describe the sampling process
Standard Deviation                                 apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,   and effects of sampling on
MX19-06                               Probability and Statistics
and Variance                                       M, G, N)                                     outcomes of statistical processes.

Investigate algebraic concepts as they       Calculate mean, median, mode,
apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,   standard deviation, z-scores, t-
MX19-01         Averages              Probability and Statistics   M, G, N)                                     test, t-scores, quartiles, and
ranges, and explain their
applications.
Investigate algebraic concepts as they       Calculate mean, median, mode,
apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,   standard deviation, z-scores, t-
MX19-02         Medians               Probability and Statistics   M, G, N)                                     test, t-scores, quartiles, and
ranges, and explain their
applications.
Investigate algebraic concepts as they       Calculate mean, median, mode,
apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,   standard deviation, z-scores, t-
MX19-03         Modes                 Probability and Statistics   M, G, N)                                     test, t-scores, quartiles, and
ranges, and explain their
applications.
Investigate algebraic concepts as they       Apply statistics in decision-making
MX19-01         Averages              Probability and Statistics   apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,   and hypothesis testing.
M, G, N)
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                        Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                 Name
Investigate algebraic concepts as they          Apply statistics in decision-making
MX19-02         Medians              Probability and Statistics apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,      and hypothesis testing.
M, G, N)
Investigate algebraic concepts as they          Apply statistics in decision-making
MX19-03         Modes                Probability and Statistics apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,      and hypothesis testing.
M, G, N)
Investigate algebraic concepts as they          Apply statistics in decision-making
MX19-04         Histograms           Probability and Statistics apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,      and hypothesis testing.
M, G, N)
Investigate algebraic concepts as they          Apply statistics in decision-making
Percentiles,
MX19-05                              Probability and Statistics apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,      and hypothesis testing.
Quartiles, and Range
M, G, N)
Investigate algebraic concepts as they          Apply statistics in decision-making
Standard Deviation
MX19-06                              Probability and Statistics apply to one and two variable data. (P, D,      and hypothesis testing.
and Variance
M, G, N)
Use graphical and numerical techniques         Interpret graphical displays of
Box-and-Whisker
to study patterns and to explore, describe,    distributions of univariate data
MX49-01         and Stem-and-Leaf Advanced Placement Statistics
and interpret data. (P, D, M, G, N)            (dot plots, stem plots, histograms,
Plots
box plots).
Use graphical and numerical techniques Summarize distribution of
to study patterns and to explore, describe, univariate data and correctly find
and interpret data. (P, D, M, G, N)         and use measures of center
(mean, median, mode); measures
range, standard deviation); and
measures of position (quartiles,
percentiles, standardized scores).
Skill/ Strategy     Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                         Standard Text                         Objective Text
#                Name
Use graphical and numerical techniques Summarize distribution of
to study patterns and to explore, describe, univariate data and correctly find
and interpret data. (P, D, M, G, N)         and use measures of center
(mean, median, mode); measures
range, standard deviation); and
measures of position (quartiles,
percentiles, standardized scores).

Use graphical and numerical techniques Summarize distribution of
to study patterns and to explore, describe, univariate data and correctly find
and interpret data. (P, D, M, G, N)         and use measures of center
(mean, median, mode); measures
range, standard deviation); and
measures of position (quartiles,
percentiles, standardized scores).

Use graphical and numerical techniques Summarize distribution of
to study patterns and to explore, describe, univariate data and correctly find
and interpret data. (P, D, M, G, N)         and use measures of center
(mean, median, mode); measures
range, standard deviation); and
measures of position (quartiles,
percentiles, standardized scores).
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                         Standard Text                          Objective Text
#                 Name
Use graphical and numerical techniques Summarize distribution of
to study patterns and to explore, describe, univariate data and correctly find
and interpret data. (P, D, M, G, N)         and use measures of center
(mean, median, mode); measures
Percentiles,
Quartiles, and Range
range, standard deviation); and
measures of position (quartiles,
percentiles, standardized scores).

Use graphical and numerical techniques Summarize distribution of
to study patterns and to explore, describe, univariate data and correctly find
and interpret data. (P, D, M, G, N)         and use measures of center
(mean, median, mode); measures
Standard Deviation
and Variance
range, standard deviation); and
measures of position (quartiles,
percentiles, standardized scores).

Use graphical and numerical techniques Explore bivariate data by
to study patterns and to explore, describe, analyzing patterns in scatterplots
and interpret data. (P, D, M, G, N)         and residual plots, performing
Understand                                                                                     logarithmic and power
Scatterplot Data                                                                               transformations to achieve
linearity, finding least squares
regression lines, and finding
correlation coefficients.
Use probability to predict what the         Use concepts of independent and
distribution of data should look like under mutually exclusive events, and
A Closer Look at                                   a given method. (P, D, M, G, N)             apply the addition, multiplication,
Probability                                                                                    and conditional probability rules to
find the probability of events.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                           Standard Text                             Objective Text
#                 Name
Use probability to predict what the           Use concepts of independent and
distribution of data should look like under   mutually exclusive events, and
Effect of                                            a given method. (P, D, M, G, N)               apply the addition, multiplication,
Replacement                                                                                        and conditional probability rules to
find the probability of events.

Use probability to predict what the           Use concepts of independent and
distribution of data should look like under   mutually exclusive events, and
a given method. (P, D, M, G, N)               apply the addition, multiplication,
MX52-03         Compound Events      Advanced Placement Statistics
and conditional probability rules to
find the probability of events.

Use probability to predict what the           Find the mean and standard
distribution of data should look like under   deviation of a random variable
a given method. (P, D, M, G, N)               and the mean and standard
deviation for the sums and
differences of independent
random variables.
Use probability to predict what the           Find the mean and standard
distribution of data should look like under   deviation of a random variable
Standard Deviation                                   a given method. (P, D, M, G, N)               and the mean and standard
and Variance                                                                                       deviation for the sums and
differences of independent
random variables.
Produce writing which reflects increasing     Produce individual or group
proficiency through planning, writing,        writings or projects in a variety of
Identify Your
revising, and editing and which is specific   forms such as poems, stories,
MX30-02         Audience and         NULL
to audience and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)      journals, paragraphs, etc., to
Purpose
predict, etc.
Skill/ Strategy      Skill/ Strategy
Strand Text                 Standard Text                             Objective Text
#                 Name
Produce writing which reflects increasing     Produce individual or group
proficiency through planning, writing,        writings or projects in a variety of
Select an
revising, and editing and which is specific   forms such as poems, stories,
MX30-05         Organizational       NULL
to audience and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)      journals, paragraphs, etc., to
Structure
predict, etc.
State: Mississippi
Content: Language Arts

Standards Correlation Date: 9/03
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name    slc name                    Standard Text                                    Objective Text
#
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce individual or group writings or
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   projects in a variety of forms such as poems,
PX45-01        Prewriting                  9
and editing and which is specific to audience      stories, journals, paragraphs, etc., to inform,
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       describe, persuade, predict, etc.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce individual or group writings or
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   projects in a variety of forms such as poems,
PX48-01        Use the Correct Format      9
and editing and which is specific to audience      stories, journals, paragraphs, etc., to inform,
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       describe, persuade, predict, etc.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce individual or group writings or
Frame Your Argument                 proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   projects in a variety of forms such as poems,
PX48-02                                    9
Appropriately                       and editing and which is specific to audience      stories, journals, paragraphs, etc., to inform,
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       describe, persuade, predict, etc.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce individual or group writings or
Know Why You are                    proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   projects in a variety of forms such as poems,
PX24-01                                    9
Writing--and for Whom               and editing and which is specific to audience      stories, journals, paragraphs, etc., to inform,
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       describe, persuade, predict, etc.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Edit writing to reflect correct grammar,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   usage, and mechanics.
and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Edit writing to reflect correct grammar,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   usage, and mechanics.
and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Edit writing to reflect correct grammar,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   usage, and mechanics.
MX68-03         The Details Count           9
and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name      slc name                    Standard Text                                    Objective Text
#
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Judge Organization and                proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc. of literature, other
MX68-02                                       9
Approach                              and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc. of literature, other
MX45-02         Get Organized                 9
and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc. of literature, other
and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Select an Organizational              proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc. of literature, other
MX30-05                                       9
Structure                             and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Group Ideas and                       proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc. of literature, other
MX30-06                                       9
Sequence Information                  and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc. of literature, other
PX48-01        Use the Correct Format        9
and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Frame Your Argument                   proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc. of literature, other
PX48-02                                      9
Appropriately                         and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Revise to ensure effective introductions,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   details, wording, topic sentences, and
PX45-03        Revising                      9
and editing and which is specific to audience      conclusions.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name       slc name                    Standard Text                                      Objective Text
#
Produce writing which reflects increasing            Revise to ensure effective introductions,
Select an Organizational               proficiency through planning, writing, revising,     details, wording, topic sentences, and
MX30-05                                        9
Structure                              and editing and which is specific to audience        conclusions.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing            Revise to ensure effective introductions,
Develop the Introduction,              proficiency through planning, writing, revising,     details, wording, topic sentences, and
MX31-01                                        9
Body, and Conclusion                   and editing and which is specific to audience        conclusions.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing            Revise to ensure effective introductions,
Judge Organization and                 proficiency through planning, writing, revising,     details, wording, topic sentences, and
MX68-02                                        9
Approach                               and editing and which is specific to audience        conclusions.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Read, evaluate, and use print, non-print, and        Read, view, and listen to distinguish fact from
Identify Author’s Purpose              technological sources to research issues and         opinion.
MX29-01                                        9
and Point of View                      problems, to present information, and to
complete projects. (R, W, S, L, V)
Read, evaluate, and use print, non-print, and        Read, view, and listen to distinguish fact from
technological sources to research issues and         opinion.
MX29-02         Recognize Bias                 9
problems, to present information, and to
complete projects. (R, W, S, L, V)
Complete oral and written presentations which        Share, critique, and evaluate works in
Evaluate the Work of
MX68-05                                        9       exhibit interaction and consensus within a           progress and completed works through a
Others
group. (R, W, S, L, V)                               process approach.
Complete oral and written presentations which        Edit oral and written presentations to reflect
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully            9       exhibit interaction and consensus within a           correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.
group. (R, W, S, L, V)
Complete oral and written presentations which        Edit oral and written presentations to reflect
PX45-04        Proofreading                   9       exhibit interaction and consensus within a           correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.
group. (R, W, S, L, V)
Explore cultural contributions to the history of     Examine the influence of culture and history
Identify and Compare
MX27-05                                        9       the English language and its literature. (R, W, S,   on language and literature.
Genres
L, V)
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name       slc name                    Standard Text                                      Objective Text
#
Explore cultural contributions to the history of     Relate how vocabulary and spelling have
PX21-02        Use Prefixes or Roots          9       the English language and its literature. (R, W, S,   changed over time.
L, V)
Explore cultural contributions to the history of     Relate how vocabulary and spelling have
In the Beginning, There
PX21-01                                       9       the English language and its literature. (R, W, S,   changed over time.
Was the Word
L, V)
Explore cultural contributions to the history of     Relate how vocabulary and spelling have
PX21-03        Connect the Words              9       the English language and its literature. (R, W, S,   changed over time.
L, V)
Discover the power and effect of language by         Analyze the stylistic devices, such as
reading and listening to selections from various     alliteration, assonance, word order, rhyme,
MX28-01         Metaphor                       9
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                     onomatopoeia, etc., that make a passage
achieve a certain effect.
Discover the power and effect of language by         Analyze the stylistic devices, such as
reading and listening to selections from various     alliteration, assonance, word order, rhyme,
MX28-02         Symbol                         9
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                     onomatopoeia, etc., that make a passage
achieve a certain effect.
Discover the power and effect of language by         Analyze the stylistic devices, such as
reading and listening to selections from various     alliteration, assonance, word order, rhyme,
MX28-03         Irony                          9
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                     onomatopoeia, etc., that make a passage
achieve a certain effect.
Discover the power and effect of language by         Demonstrate how the use of language can
Identify Author’s Purpose
MX29-01                                        9       reading and listening to selections from various     confuse or inform, repel or persuade, or
and Point of View
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                     inspire or enrage.
Discover the power and effect of language by         Demonstrate how the use of language can
MX29-02         Recognize Bias                 9       reading and listening to selections from various     confuse or inform, repel or persuade, or
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                     inspire or enrage.
Read, discuss, analyze, and evaluate literature      Read a variety of literature such as poetry,
from various genres and other written material.      drama, novels, short stories, and nonfiction
Identify and Interpret
MX27-02                                        9       (R, W, S, L, V)                                      and understand literary elements such as
Point of View
theme, tone, characters, point of view, etc.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name       slc name                   Standard Text                                    Objective Text
#
Read, discuss, analyze, and evaluate literature   Read a variety of literature such as poetry,
from various genres and other written material.   drama, novels, short stories, and nonfiction
Classify and Evaluate
MX27-03                                        9       (R, W, S, L, V)                                   and understand literary elements such as
Character
theme, tone, characters, point of view, etc.

Read, discuss, analyze, and evaluate literature   Read a variety of literature such as poetry,
from various genres and other written material.   drama, novels, short stories, and nonfiction
Determine and Support
MX27-04                                        9       (R, W, S, L, V)                                   and understand literary elements such as
Theme or Tone
theme, tone, characters, point of view, etc.

Read, discuss, analyze, and evaluate literature   Read analytically to distinguish fact from
Identify Author’s Purpose
MX29-01                                        9       from various genres and other written material.   opinion, to determine cause and effect, and
and Point of View
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to infer information.
Read, discuss, analyze, and evaluate literature   Read analytically to distinguish fact from
MX29-02         Recognize Bias                 9       from various genres and other written material.   opinion, to determine cause and effect, and
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to infer information.
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Employ editing skills to identify and correct
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         problems of specific grammar conventions in
English in the context of writing and speaking.   various kinds or writings.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Employ editing skills to identify and correct
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         problems of specific grammar conventions in
English in the context of writing and speaking.   various kinds or writings.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Employ editing skills to identify and correct
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         problems of specific grammar conventions in
MX24-01         Identification Questions       9
English in the context of writing and speaking.   various kinds or writings.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Employ editing skills to identify and correct
Sentence Correction                    grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         problems of specific grammar conventions in
MX24-02                                        9
Questions                              English in the context of writing and speaking.   various kinds or writings.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name      slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Employ editing skills to identify and correct
Paragraph Improvement                 grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         problems of specific grammar conventions in
MX24-03                                       9
Questions                             English in the context of writing and speaking.   various kinds or writings.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Employ editing skills to identify and correct
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         problems of specific grammar conventions in
MX68-03         The Little Details Count      9
English in the context of writing and speaking.   various kinds or writings.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including but not limited to,
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   the following, complete sentences, subject-
PX45-04        Proofreading                  9                                                         verb agreement, plurals, spelling,
possessives, verb forms, punctuation,
capitalization, pronouns, pronoun-antecedent
agreement, and parallel structure.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including but not limited to,
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   the following, complete sentences, subject-
MX24-01         Identification Questions      9                                                         verb agreement, plurals, spelling,
possessives, verb forms, punctuation,
capitalization, pronouns, pronoun-antecedent
agreement, and parallel structure.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name   slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including but not limited to,
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   the following, complete sentences, subject-
Sentence Correction
MX24-02                                    9                                                         verb agreement, plurals, spelling,
Questions
possessives, verb forms, punctuation,
capitalization, pronouns, pronoun-antecedent
agreement, and parallel structure.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including but not limited to,
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   the following, complete sentences, subject-
MX38-01         Commas                     9                                                         verb agreement, plurals, spelling,
possessives, verb forms, punctuation,
capitalization, pronouns, pronoun-antecedent
agreement, and parallel structure.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including but not limited to,
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   the following, complete sentences, subject-
MX38-02         Colons and Semicolons      9                                                         verb agreement, plurals, spelling,
possessives, verb forms, punctuation,
capitalization, pronouns, pronoun-antecedent
agreement, and parallel structure.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name   slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including but not limited to,
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   the following, complete sentences, subject-
MX38-03         Odds and Endings           9                                                         verb agreement, plurals, spelling,
possessives, verb forms, punctuation,
capitalization, pronouns, pronoun-antecedent
agreement, and parallel structure.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including but not limited to,
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   the following, complete sentences, subject-
MX39-01         Reach an Agreement         9                                                         verb agreement, plurals, spelling,
possessives, verb forms, punctuation,
capitalization, pronouns, pronoun-antecedent
agreement, and parallel structure.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including but not limited to,
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   the following, complete sentences, subject-
Prevent Pronoun
MX39-02                                    9                                                         verb agreement, plurals, spelling,
Problems
possessives, verb forms, punctuation,
capitalization, pronouns, pronoun-antecedent
agreement, and parallel structure.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name    slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including but not limited to,
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   the following, complete sentences, subject-
Use (Don't Abuse)
MX39-03                                     9                                                         verb agreement, plurals, spelling,
Words and Idioms
possessives, verb forms, punctuation,
capitalization, pronouns, pronoun-antecedent
agreement, and parallel structure.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including but not limited to,
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   the following, complete sentences, subject-
MX44-01         Fix Sentence Fragments      9                                                         verb agreement, plurals, spelling,
possessives, verb forms, punctuation,
capitalization, pronouns, pronoun-antecedent
agreement, and parallel structure.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including but not limited to,
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   the following, complete sentences, subject-
Choose Parallel
MX44-02                                     9                                                         verb agreement, plurals, spelling,
Structure
possessives, verb forms, punctuation,
capitalization, pronouns, pronoun-antecedent
agreement, and parallel structure.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name    slc name                    Standard Text                                     Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of          Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard          writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.    standard English, including but not limited to,
(R, W, S, L, V)                                    the following, complete sentences, subject-
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully         9                                                          verb agreement, plurals, spelling,
possessives, verb forms, punctuation,
capitalization, pronouns, pronoun-antecedent
agreement, and parallel structure.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of          Manipulate basic sentence patterns through
Sentence Correction                 grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard          sentence expansion and combining.
MX24-02                                     9
Questions                           English in the context of writing and speaking.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of          Manipulate basic sentence patterns through
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard          sentence expansion and combining.
MX44-01         Fix Sentence Fragments      9
English in the context of writing and speaking.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of          Recognize and use various grammatical
Choose Parallel                     grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard          structures, such as a variety of clauses,
MX44-02                                     9
Structure                           English in the context of writing and speaking.    phrases, etc., to convey and clarify thought.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of          Recognize and use various grammatical
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard          structures, such as a variety of clauses,
MX44-01         Fix Sentence Fragments      9
English in the context of writing and speaking.    phrases, etc., to convey and clarify thought.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of          Recognize and use various grammatical
Sentence Correction                 grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard          structures, such as a variety of clauses,
MX24-02                                     9
Questions                           English in the context of writing and speaking.    phrases, etc., to convey and clarify thought.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce individual and/or group
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   compositions and/or projects to persuade,
MX30-02                                    10       and editing and which is specific to audience      tell a story, describe, create an effect, explain
and Purpose
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       or justify an action or event, inform, entertain,
etc.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name      slc name                    Standard Text                                     Objective Text
#
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce individual and/or group
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   compositions and/or projects to persuade,
Select an Organizational
MX30-05                                      10       and editing and which is specific to audience      tell a story, describe, create an effect, explain
Structure
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       or justify an action or event, inform, entertain,
etc.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce individual and/or group
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   compositions and/or projects to persuade,
Judge Organization and
MX68-02                                      10       and editing and which is specific to audience      tell a story, describe, create an effect, explain
Approach
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       or justify an action or event, inform, entertain,
etc.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce individual and/or group
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   compositions and/or projects to persuade,
MX45-02         Get Organized                10       and editing and which is specific to audience      tell a story, describe, create an effect, explain
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       or justify an action or event, inform, entertain,
etc.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce individual and/or group
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   compositions and/or projects to persuade,
MX45-03         Add Some Style               10       and editing and which is specific to audience      tell a story, describe, create an effect, explain
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       or justify an action or event, inform, entertain,
etc.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce individual and/or group
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   compositions and/or projects to persuade,
PX48-01        Use the Correct Format       10       and editing and which is specific to audience      tell a story, describe, create an effect, explain
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       or justify an action or event, inform, entertain,
etc.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce individual and/or group
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   compositions and/or projects to persuade,
PX48-02                                     10       and editing and which is specific to audience      tell a story, describe, create an effect, explain
Appropriately
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       or justify an action or event, inform, entertain,
etc.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name      slc name                    Standard Text                                     Objective Text
#
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce individual and/or group
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   compositions and/or projects to persuade,
Know Why You are
PX24-01                                     10       and editing and which is specific to audience      tell a story, describe, create an effect, explain
Writing--and for Whom
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       or justify an action or event, inform, entertain,
etc.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce writing typically used in the
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   workplace such as social, business, and
Identify Your Audience                and editing and which is specific to audience      technical correspondence; explanation of
MX30-02                                      10
and Purpose                           and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       procedures; status reports; research
findings; narratives for graphs; justification of
decisions, actions, or expenses; etc.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce writing typically used in the
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   workplace such as social, business, and
Know Why You are                      and editing and which is specific to audience      technical correspondence; explanation of
PX24-01                                     10
Writing--and for Whom                 and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       procedures; status reports; research
findings; narratives for graphs; justification of
decisions, actions, or expenses; etc.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce writing typically used in the
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   workplace such as social, business, and
Select an Organizational              and editing and which is specific to audience      technical correspondence; explanation of
MX30-05                                      10
Structure                             and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)                       procedures; status reports; research
findings; narratives for graphs; justification of
decisions, actions, or expenses; etc.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Identify Your Audience                proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
MX30-02                                      10
and Purpose                           and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Select an Organizational              proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
MX30-05                                      10
Structure                             and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name       slc name                    Standard Text                                      Objective Text
#
Produce writing which reflects increasing            Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Know Why You are                       proficiency through planning, writing, revising,     analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
PX24-01                                      10
Writing--and for Whom                  and editing and which is specific to audience        reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing            Revise to ensure effective introductions,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,     details, wording, topic sentences, and
PX45-03        Revising                      10
and editing and which is specific to audience        conclusions.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing            Revise to ensure effective introductions,
Select an Organizational               proficiency through planning, writing, revising,     details, wording, topic sentences, and
MX30-05                                       10
Structure                              and editing and which is specific to audience        conclusions.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing            Revise to ensure effective introductions,
Develop the Introduction,              proficiency through planning, writing, revising,     details, wording, topic sentences, and
MX31-01                                       10
Body, and Conclusion                   and editing and which is specific to audience        conclusions.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing            Revise to ensure effective introductions,
Judge Organization and                 proficiency through planning, writing, revising,     details, wording, topic sentences, and
MX68-02                                       10
Approach                               and editing and which is specific to audience        conclusions.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Communicate ideas for a variety of school and        Listen to determine the main idea and
other life situations through listening, speaking,   supporting details, to distinguish fact from
MX69-01         Find the Facts                10
and reading aloud. (L, S, R)                         opinion, and to determine a speaker's
purpose or bias.
Communicate ideas for a variety of school and        Listen to determine the main idea and
Identify Author’s Purpose              other life situations through listening, speaking,   supporting details, to distinguish fact from
MX29-01                                       10
and Point of View                      and reading aloud. (L, S, R)                         opinion, and to determine a speaker's
purpose or bias.
Read, evaluate, and use print, non-print, and        Read, view, and listen to distinguish fact from
Identify Author’s Purpose              technological sources to research issues and         opinions and to recognize persuasive and
MX29-01                                       10
and Point of View                      problems, to present information, and to             manipulative techniques.
complete projects. (R, W, S, L, V)
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name     slc name                    Standard Text                                      Objective Text
#
Read, evaluate, and use print, non-print, and        Read, view, and listen to distinguish fact from
technological sources to research issues and         opinions and to recognize persuasive and
MX29-02         Recognize Bias              10
problems, to present information, and to             manipulative techniques.
complete projects. (R, W, S, L, V)
Complete oral and written presentations which        Share, critique, and evaluate works in
Evaluate the Work of
MX68-05                                     10       exhibit interaction and consensus within a           progress and completed works through a
Others
group. (R, W, S, L, V)                               process approach.
Complete oral and written presentations which        Edit oral and written presentations to reflect
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully         10       exhibit interaction and consensus within a           correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.
group. (R, W, S, L, V)
Complete oral and written presentations which        Edit oral and written presentations to reflect
PX45-04        Proofreading                10       exhibit interaction and consensus within a           correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.
group. (R, W, S, L, V)
Explore cultural contributions to the history of   Explore a variety of works from various
Identify and Compare                 the English language and its literature. (R, W, S, historical periods, geographical locations,
MX27-05                                     10
Genres                               L, V)                                              and cultures, recognizing their influence on
language and literature.
Explore cultural contributions to the history of   Recognize root words, prefixes, suffixes, and
PX21-02        Use Prefixes or Roots       10       the English language and its literature. (R, W, S, cognates.
L, V)
Explore cultural contributions to the history of   Recognize root words, prefixes, suffixes, and
In the Beginning, There
PX21-01                                    10       the English language and its literature. (R, W, S, cognates.
Was the Word
L, V)
Explore cultural contributions to the history of   Recognize root words, prefixes, suffixes, and
PX21-03        Connect the Words           10       the English language and its literature. (R, W, S, cognates.
L, V)
Discover the power and effect of language by       Analyze the stylistic devices, such as
reading and listening to selections from various alliteration, assonance, word order, rhyme,
MX28-01         Metaphor                    10
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                   onomatopoeia, etc., that make a passage
achieve a certain effect.
Discover the power and effect of language by       Analyze the stylistic devices, such as
reading and listening to selections from various alliteration, assonance, word order, rhyme,
MX28-02         Symbol                      10
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                   onomatopoeia, etc., that make a passage
achieve a certain effect.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name       slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Discover the power and effect of language by     Analyze the stylistic devices, such as
reading and listening to selections from various alliteration, assonance, word order, rhyme,
MX28-03         Irony                         10
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                 onomatopoeia, etc., that make a passage
achieve a certain effect.
Discover the power and effect of language by     Demonstrate how the use of language can
Identify Author’s Purpose
MX29-01                                       10       reading and listening to selections from various confuse or inform, repel or persuade, or
and Point of View
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                 inspire or enrage.
Discover the power and effect of language by     Demonstrate how the use of language can
MX29-02         Recognize Bias                10       reading and listening to selections from various confuse or inform, repel or persuade, or
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                 inspire or enrage.
Read, discuss, analyze, and evaluate literature Read from a variety of genres to understand
Identify and Compare                   from various genres and other written material. how the literary elements contribute to the
MX27-05                                       10
Genres                                 (R, W, S, L, V)                                  overall quality of the work.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, and dangling and misplaced
modifiers.
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
MX24-01         Identification Questions      10
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, and dangling and misplaced
modifiers.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name   slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
Sentence Correction                                                                  subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
MX24-02                                   10
Questions                                                                            homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, and dangling and misplaced
modifiers.
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
MX38-01         Commas                    10
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, and dangling and misplaced
modifiers.
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
MX38-02         Colons and Semicolons     10
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, and dangling and misplaced
modifiers.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name   slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
MX38-03         Odds and Endings          10
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, and dangling and misplaced
modifiers.
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
MX39-01         Reach an Agreement        10
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, and dangling and misplaced
modifiers.
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
Prevent Pronoun                                                                      subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
MX39-02                                   10
Problems                                                                             homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, and dangling and misplaced
modifiers.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name    slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
Use (Don't Abuse)                                                                     subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
MX39-03                                    10
Words and Idioms                                                                      homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, and dangling and misplaced
modifiers.
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
MX44-01         Fix Sentence Fragments     10
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, and dangling and misplaced
modifiers.
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
Choose Parallel                                                                       subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
MX44-02                                    10
Structure                                                                             homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, and dangling and misplaced
modifiers.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name    slc name                    Standard Text                                    Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of          Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard          writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.    standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                    to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, and dangling and misplaced
modifiers.
Sustain progress toward fluent control of          Employ increasingly proficient editing skills to
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard          identify and solve problems in grammar,
English in the context of writing and speaking.    usage, and structure.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of          Employ increasingly proficient editing skills to
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard          identify and solve problems in grammar,
English in the context of writing and speaking.    usage, and structure.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Spontaneously employ a writing process.
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,
PX45-01        Prewriting                 11
and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Spontaneously employ a writing process.
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,
MX30-01         The Writing Process        11
and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
PX48-01        Use the Correct Format     11
and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Frame Your Argument                 proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
PX48-02                                   11
Appropriately                       and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name      slc name                    Standard Text                                    Objective Text
#
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Know Why You are                      proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
PX24-01                                     11
Writing--and for Whom                 and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Identify Your Audience                proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
MX30-02                                      11
and Purpose                           and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Select an Organizational              proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
MX30-05                                      11
Structure                             and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Judge Organization and                proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
MX68-02                                      11
Approach                              and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Edit writing to reflect correct grammar,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   usage, and mechanics.
and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Edit writing to reflect correct grammar,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   usage, and mechanics.
and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Edit writing to reflect correct grammar,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   usage, and mechanics.
MX68-03         The Details Count            11
and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Revise to ensure effective introductions,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   transitions, details, wording, and conclusions.
PX45-03        Revising                     11
and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name       slc name                    Standard Text                                      Objective Text
#
Produce writing which reflects increasing            Revise to ensure effective introductions,
Select an Organizational               proficiency through planning, writing, revising,     transitions, details, wording, and conclusions.
MX30-05                                       11
Structure                              and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing            Revise to ensure effective introductions,
Develop the Introduction,              proficiency through planning, writing, revising,     transitions, details, wording, and conclusions.
MX31-01                                       11
Body, and Conclusion                   and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing            Revise to ensure effective introductions,
Judge Organization and                 proficiency through planning, writing, revising,     transitions, details, wording, and conclusions.
MX68-02                                       11
Approach                               and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Complete oral and written presentations which        Edit oral and written presentations to reflect
MX32-02         Proofread Carefully           11       exhibit interaction and consensus within a           correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.
group. (R, W, S, L, V)
Complete oral and written presentations which        Edit oral and written presentations to reflect
PX45-04        Proofreading                  11       exhibit interaction and consensus within a           correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.
group. (R, W, S, L, V)
Explore cultural contributions to the history of     Examine the influence of culture and history
Identify and Compare
MX27-05                                       11       the English language and its literature. (R, W, S,   of language and literature.
Genres
L, V)
Explore cultural contributions to the history of     Recognize root words, prefixes, suffixes, and
Identify and Compare
MX27-05                                       11       the English language and its literature. (R, W, S,   cognates.
Genres
L, V)
Explore cultural contributions to the history of     Recognize root words, prefixes, suffixes, and
In the Beginning, There
PX21-01                                      11       the English language and its literature. (R, W, S,   cognates.
Was the Word
L, V)
Explore cultural contributions to the history of     Recognize root words, prefixes, suffixes, and
PX21-02        Use Prefixes or Roots         11       the English language and its literature. (R, W, S,   cognates.
L, V)
Discover the power and effect of language by         Analyze the stylistic devices, such as
reading and listening to selections from various     alliteration, assonance, word order, rhyme,
MX28-01         Metaphor                      11
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                     onomatopoeia, etc., that make a passage
achieve a certain effect.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name       slc name                   Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Discover the power and effect of language by     Analyze the stylistic devices, such as
reading and listening to selections from various alliteration, assonance, word order, rhyme,
MX28-02         Symbol                        11
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                 onomatopoeia, etc., that make a passage
achieve a certain effect.
Discover the power and effect of language by     Analyze the stylistic devices, such as
reading and listening to selections from various alliteration, assonance, word order, rhyme,
MX28-03         Irony                         11
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                 onomatopoeia, etc., that make a passage
achieve a certain effect.
Discover the power and effect of language by     Demonstrate how the use of language can
Identify Author’s Purpose
MX29-01                                       11       reading and listening to selections from various confuse or inform, repel or persuade, or
and Point of View
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                 inspire or enrage.
Discover the power and effect of language by     Demonstrate how the use of language can
MX29-02         Recognize Bias                11       reading and listening to selections from various confuse or inform, repel or persuade, or
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                 inspire or enrage.
Sustain progress toward fluent control of        Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard        writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.  standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                  to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, dangling and misplaced modifiers,
and shifts in voice, tense, structure, and
person.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name      slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
MX24-01         Identification Questions     11
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, dangling and misplaced modifiers,
and shifts in voice, tense, structure, and
person.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
Sentence Correction                                                                     homophones, possessives, verb forms,
MX24-02                                      11
Questions                                                                               punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, dangling and misplaced modifiers,
and shifts in voice, tense, structure, and
person.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name   slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
MX38-01         Commas                    11
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, dangling and misplaced modifiers,
and shifts in voice, tense, structure, and
person.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
MX38-02         Colons and Semicolons     11
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, dangling and misplaced modifiers,
and shifts in voice, tense, structure, and
person.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name   slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
MX38-03         Odds and Endings          11
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, dangling and misplaced modifiers,
and shifts in voice, tense, structure, and
person.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
MX39-01         Reach an Agreement        11
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, dangling and misplaced modifiers,
and shifts in voice, tense, structure, and
person.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name    slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
Prevent Pronoun                                                                       homophones, possessives, verb forms,
MX39-02                                    11
Problems                                                                              punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, dangling and misplaced modifiers,
and shifts in voice, tense, structure, and
person.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
MX44-01         Fix Sentence Fragments     11
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, dangling and misplaced modifiers,
and shifts in voice, tense, structure, and
person.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name   slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
Use (Don't Abuse)                                                                    homophones, possessives, verb forms,
MX39-03                                   11
Words and Idioms                                                                     punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, dangling and misplaced modifiers,
and shifts in voice, tense, structure, and
person.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
Choose Parallel                                                                      homophones, possessives, verb forms,
MX44-02                                   11
Structure                                                                            punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, dangling and misplaced modifiers,
and shifts in voice, tense, structure, and
person.
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name    slc name                    Standard Text                                   Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Demonstrate, in the context of their own
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         writing, proficient use of the conventions of
English in the context of writing and speaking.   standard English, including, but not limited
(R, W, S, L, V)                                   to, the following: complete sentences,
subject-verb agreement, plurals, spellings,
homophones, possessives, verb forms,
punctuation, capitalization, pronouns,
pronoun-antecedent agreement, parallel
structure, dangling and misplaced modifiers,
and shifts in voice, tense, structure, and
person.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Exhibit control of language in context by
Sentence Correction                 grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         manipulating sentence structure.
MX24-02                                    11
Questions                           English in the context of writing and speaking.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Exhibit control of language in context by
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         manipulating sentence structure.
MX44-01         Fix Sentence Fragments     11
English in the context of writing and speaking.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Exhibit control of language in context by
Choose Parallel                     grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         manipulating sentence structure.
MX44-02                                    11
Structure                           English in the context of writing and speaking.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Use editing strategies to improve writing
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         proficiency.
English in the context of writing and speaking.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Use editing strategies to improve writing
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         proficiency.
English in the context of writing and speaking.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name      slc name                   Standard Text                                    Objective Text
#
Use language and critical thinking skills to serve Use writing strategies, such as note taking,
MX35-02         Use Annotations              11       as tools for learning. (R, W, S, L, V)             reflecting, and making predictions to promote
learning.
Use language and critical thinking skills to serve Use writing strategies, such as note taking,
PX30-02        Write On                     11       as tools for learning. (R, W, S, L, V)             reflecting, and making predictions to promote
learning.
Use language and critical thinking skills to serve Use writing strategies, such as note taking,
P430-03        Read for Results             11       as tools for learning. (R, W, S, L, V)             reflecting, and making predictions to promote
learning.
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce purposeful academic, practical, and
Select an Organizational              proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   creative writings that reflect advanced
MX30-05                                      12
Structure                             and editing and which is specific to audience      proficiency.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce purposeful academic, practical, and
Identify Your Audience                proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   creative writings that reflect advanced
MX30-02                                      12
and Purpose                           and editing and which is specific to audience      proficiency.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce purposeful academic, practical, and
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   creative writings that reflect advanced
MX30-01         The Writing Process          12
and editing and which is specific to audience      proficiency.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce purposeful academic, practical, and
Judge Organization and                proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   creative writings that reflect advanced
MX68-02                                      12
Approach                              and editing and which is specific to audience      proficiency.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce purposeful academic, practical, and
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   creative writings that reflect advanced
PX48-01        Use the Correct Format       12
and editing and which is specific to audience      proficiency.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Produce purposeful academic, practical, and
Frame Your Argument                   proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   creative writings that reflect advanced
PX48-02                                     12
Appropriately                         and editing and which is specific to audience      proficiency.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name      slc name                    Standard Text                                    Objective Text
#
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
PX48-01        Use the Correct Format       12
and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Frame Your Argument                   proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
PX48-02                                     12
Appropriately                         and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Know Why You are                      proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
PX24-01                                     12
Writing--and for Whom                 and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Identify Your Audience                proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
MX30-02                                      12
and Purpose                           and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Select an Organizational              proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
MX30-05                                      12
Structure                             and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Write a response, reaction, interpretation,
Judge Organization and                proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   analysis, summary, etc., of literature, other
MX68-02                                      12
Approach                              and editing and which is specific to audience      reading matter, or orally presented material.
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Revise to ensure effective introductions,
proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   details, wording, transitions, and conclusions.
PX45-03        Revising                     12
and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing          Revise to ensure effective introductions,
Select an Organizational              proficiency through planning, writing, revising,   details, wording, transitions, and conclusions.
MX30-05                                      12
Structure                             and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name       slc name                    Standard Text                                      Objective Text
#
Produce writing which reflects increasing            Revise to ensure effective introductions,
Develop the Introduction,              proficiency through planning, writing, revising,     details, wording, transitions, and conclusions.
MX31-01                                       12
Body, and Conclusion                   and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Produce writing which reflects increasing            Revise to ensure effective introductions,
Judge Organization and                 proficiency through planning, writing, revising,     details, wording, transitions, and conclusions.
MX68-02                                       12
Approach                               and editing and which is specific to audience
and purpose. (R, W, S, L, V)
Explore cultural contributions to the history of     Recognize that language is shaped by
Identify and Compare
MX27-05                                       12       the English language and its literature. (R, W, S,   cultural, social, and geographical differences.
Genres
L, V)
Discover the power and effect of language by     Analyze the stylistic devices, such as
reading and listening to selections from various alliteration, assonance, word order, rhyme,
MX28-01         Metaphor                      12
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                 onomatopoeia, etc., that give a passage the
intended effect.
Discover the power and effect of language by     Analyze the stylistic devices, such as
reading and listening to selections from various alliteration, assonance, word order, rhyme,
MX28-02         Symbol                        12
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                 onomatopoeia, etc., that give a passage the
intended effect.
Discover the power and effect of language by     Analyze the stylistic devices, such as
reading and listening to selections from various alliteration, assonance, word order, rhyme,
MX28-03         Irony                         12
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)                 onomatopoeia, etc., that give a passage the
intended effect.
Discover the power and effect of language by     Demonstrate how the use of language can
Identify Author’s Purpose
MX29-01                                       12       reading and listening to selections from various invoke a range of emotions.
and Point of View
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)
Discover the power and effect of language by     Demonstrate how the use of language can
MX29-02         Recognize Bias                12       reading and listening to selections from various invoke a range of emotions.
literary genres. (R, W, S, L, V)
Read, discuss, analyze, and evaluate literature Explore themes and issues in challenging
Determine and Support
MX27-04                                       12       from various genres and other written material. literary works, both fiction and nonfiction.
Theme or Tone
(R, W, S, L, V)
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name    slc name                    Standard Text                                  Objective Text
#
Read, discuss, analyze, and evaluate literature   Discuss how theme is developed and
from various genres and other written material.   conveyed through literary conventions,
Determine and Support
MX27-04                                    12       (R, W, S, L, V)                                   forms, styles, and devices, such as tone,
Theme or Tone
symbolism, characterization, point of view,
plot, etc.
Read, discuss, analyze, and evaluate literature   Discuss how theme is developed and
from various genres and other written material.   conveyed through literary conventions,
Identify and Interpret
MX27-02                                    12       (R, W, S, L, V)                                   forms, styles, and devices, such as tone,
Point of View
symbolism, characterization, point of view,
plot, etc.
Read, discuss, analyze, and evaluate literature   Discuss how theme is developed and
from various genres and other written material.   conveyed through literary conventions,
Classify and Evaluate
MX27-03                                    12       (R, W, S, L, V)                                   forms, styles, and devices, such as tone,
Character
symbolism, characterization, point of view,
plot, etc.
Read, discuss, analyze, and evaluate literature   Discuss how theme is developed and
from various genres and other written material.   conveyed through literary conventions,
MX27-01         Analyze the Setting        12       (R, W, S, L, V)                                   forms, styles, and devices, such as tone,
symbolism, characterization, point of view,
plot, etc.
Read, discuss, analyze, and evaluate literature   Read challenging works from a variety of
Identify and Compare                from various genres and other written material.   genres to emulate style, tone, form, purpose,
MX27-05                                    12
Genres                              (R, W, S, L, V)                                   point of view, etc., of specific works.

Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Construct pieces of writing in which the
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         author communicates with the audience in a
PX48-01        Use the Correct Format     12
English in the context of writing and speaking.   consistently clear, concise manner.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Construct pieces of writing in which the
Frame Your Argument                 grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         author communicates with the audience in a
PX48-02                                   12
Appropriately                       English in the context of writing and speaking.   consistently clear, concise manner.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Skill/ Strategy
Skill/ Strategy Name      slc name                    Standard Text                                  Objective Text
#
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Construct pieces of writing in which the
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         author communicates with the audience in a
PX45-01        Prewriting                   12
English in the context of writing and speaking.   consistently clear, concise manner.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Construct pieces of writing in which the
Know Why You are                      grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         author communicates with the audience in a
PX24-01                                     12
Writing--and for Whom                 English in the context of writing and speaking.   consistently clear, concise manner.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Construct pieces of writing in which the
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         author communicates with the audience in a
MX30-01         The Writing Process          12
English in the context of writing and speaking.   consistently clear, concise manner.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Construct pieces of writing in which the
Identify Your Audience                grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         author communicates with the audience in a
MX30-02                                      12
and Purpose                           English in the context of writing and speaking.   consistently clear, concise manner.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Construct pieces of writing in which the
Select an Organizational              grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         author communicates with the audience in a
MX30-05                                      12
Structure                             English in the context of writing and speaking.   consistently clear, concise manner.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Construct pieces of writing in which the
Judge Organization and                grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         author communicates with the audience in a
MX68-02                                      12
Approach                              English in the context of writing and speaking.   consistently clear, concise manner.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Construct pieces of writing in which the
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         author communicates with the audience in a
MX68-03         The Little Details Count     12
English in the context of writing and speaking.   consistently clear, concise manner.
(R, W, S, L, V)
Sustain progress toward fluent control of         Construct pieces of writing in which the
grammar, mechanics, and usage of standard         author communicates with the audience in a
English in the context of writing and speaking.   consistently clear, concise manner.
(R, W, S, L, V)
State: Mississippi
Content: Science

Standards Correlation Date: 9/03

Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text              Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #
Demonstrate the proper use of          Experimentally investigate a problem
Steps of the Scientific
PX48-01                                Physical Science    scientific methods and investigative   utilizing the scientific process.
Method
techniques. (P)
Demonstrate the proper use of          Experimentally investigate a problem
PX48-02      Be Skeptical              Physical Science    scientific methods and investigative   utilizing the scientific process.
techniques. (P)
Demonstrate the proper use of          Experimentally investigate a problem
PX48-03      Be Fair                   Physical Science    scientific methods and investigative   utilizing the scientific process.
techniques. (P)
Demonstrate the proper use of          Experimentally investigate a problem
Know What Can Go
PX48-04                                Physical Science    scientific methods and investigative   utilizing the scientific process.
Wrong
techniques. (P)
Demonstrate the proper use of          Scientifically communicate the results
Interpret Experimental
MX42-02                                Physical Science    scientific methods and investigative   of an experiment.
Results
techniques. (P)
Demonstrate the proper use of          Scientifically communicate the results
Recognize Conflicting
MX43-01                                Physical Science    scientific methods and investigative   of an experiment.
Viewpoints
techniques. (P)
Demonstrate the proper use of          Scientifically communicate the results
Analyze and Compare
MX43-02                                Physical Science    scientific methods and investigative   of an experiment.
Conflicting Viewpoints
techniques. (P)
Perform measurements and               Express numbers and perform
MX04-04      Scientific Notation       Physical Science    mathematical calculations using        operations using scientific notation.
metric units. (P)
Perform measurements and               Employ graphs to record, display, and
MX41-01      Graphs                    Physical Science    mathematical calculations using        interpret data.
metric units. (P)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name            Strand Text               Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #

Perform measurements and                  Employ graphs to record, display, and
MX41-02      Diagrams                   Physical Science     mathematical calculations using           interpret data.
metric units. (P)
Perform measurements and                  Employ graphs to record, display, and
MX41-03      Tables                     Physical Science     mathematical calculations using           interpret data.
metric units. (P)
Perform measurements and                  Perform unit conversions within the
PX10-01      Set Up or Verify with Units Physical Science    mathematical calculations using           metric system.
metric units. (P)
Identify basic structure of matter. (P)   Define and specify the location of the
MX79-02      Atoms                      Physical Science                                               basic components of an atom.

Identify basic structure of matter. (P) Utilize the periodic table to determine
MX79-03      Periodic Table             Physical Science                                             atomic composition of elements and
periodic patterns.
Identify basic structure of matter. (P) Differentiate between elements,
MX79-01      Measuring Matter           Physical Science                                             compounds, solutions, and mixtures.

Identify basic structure of matter. (P) Compare and contrast atoms, ions,
MX79-01      Measuring Matter           Physical Science                                             and isotopes.

Identify basic structure of matter. (P) Compare and contrast atoms, ions,
MX79-02      Atoms                      Physical Science                                             and isotopes.

Identify basic structure of matter. (P) Write chemical formulas for
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions         Physical Science                                             compounds.

Identify basic structure of matter. (P) Identify compounds with regard to
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions         Physical Science                                             bond type.

Investigate physical and chemical         Differentiate between physical and
Physical, Chemical, and
MX80-02                                 Physical Science     changes in matter. (P)                    chemical changes.
Nuclear Changes
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate physical and chemical     Identify chemical reactions as
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                               Physical Science    changes in matter. (P)                endothermic or exothermic.
Reactions
Investigate physical and chemical     Balance equations when chemical
MX87-02      Reaction Equations       Physical Science    changes in matter. (P)                formulas are given.

Investigate physical and chemical     Identify types of chemical reactions.
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                               Physical Science    changes in matter. (P)
Reactions
Investigate physical and chemical     Determine the factors affecting rates
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                               Physical Science    changes in matter. (P)                of solutions.
Reactions
Investigate physical and chemical     Examine typical acid/base reactions.
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                               Physical Science    changes in matter. (P)
Reactions
Investigate matter in motion. (P)     Explain the basic principles found in
MX82-01      Newton's Laws            Physical Science                                          Newton Three Laws of Motion.

Investigate matter in motion. (P)     Determine net force and the resulting
MX82-01      Newton's Laws            Physical Science                                          motion of objects.

Describe sources, uses, and effects   Differentiate between kinetic and
MX80-01      Energy Transformations   Physical Science    of energy. (P)                        potential energy.

Describe sources, uses, and effects   Discuss the transfer and/or
MX80-01      Energy Transformations   Physical Science    of energy. (P)                        transformation of energy
(conservation of energy).
Discuss general properties and        Classify waves as either mechanical
MX83-01      Waves                    Physical Science    characteristics of waves. (P)         or electromagnetic.

Discuss general properties and        Differentiate among transverse,
MX83-01      Waves                    Physical Science    characteristics of waves. (P)         longitudinal, and surface waves.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #

Discuss general properties and        Determine wavelength, frequency,
MX83-01      Waves                     Physical Science    characteristics of waves. (P)         period, and velocity of waves.

Discuss general properties and        Examine the properties of waves
MX83-01      Waves                     Physical Science    characteristics of waves. (P)         (interference, refraction, reflection,
diffraction, Doppler effect, etc.).
Explain the continuum of the          Identify the electromagnetic spectrum
MX83-01      Waves                     Physical Science    electromagnetic spectrum. (P)         divisions according to frequency
and/or wavelength.
Explain the continuum of the          Describe the emission of light by
electromagnetic spectrum. (P)         electrons when moving from higher to
MX83-03      Light                     Physical Science
lower energy (photons as quanta of
light).
Explain the continuum of the          Demonstrate understanding that
MX83-03      Light                     Physical Science    electromagnetic spectrum. (P)         visible light is composed of the color
spectrum.
Explain the continuum of the          Identify primary and secondary colors.
MX83-03      Light                     Physical Science    electromagnetic spectrum. (P)

Explain the continuum of the          Demonstrate the additive and
MX83-03      Light                     Physical Science    electromagnetic spectrum. (P)         subtractive properties of colors.

Recognize the interrelationships of   Identify electrical charges and their
MX81-01      Electricity               Physical Science    electricity and magnetism. (P)        interactions (likes repel, opposites
attract).
Recognize the interrelationships of   Differentiate between static and
MX81-01      Electricity               Physical Science    electricity and magnetism. (P)        current electricity.

Recognize the interrelationships of   Design and construct simple direct
MX81-02      Electrical Circuits       Physical Science    electricity and magnetism. (P)        current electrical circuits.

Recognize the interrelationships of   Identify the two poles of a magnet and
MX81-03      Magnetism                 Physical Science    electricity and magnetism. (P)        the interaction of their fields.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name           Strand Text              Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #

Recognize the interrelationships of   Describe the relationship between
electricity and magnetism. (P)        electric current and magnetic fields
MX81-03      Magnetism                  Physical Science
and the applications of fields in motors
and generators.
Describe the basic types of rocks and List the three basic types of rocks and
MX91-01      The Rock Cycle             Earth Science       how they are formed. (E, P)           the sources of their production.

Describe the basic types of rocks and List the three basic types of rocks and
MX91-02      Types of Rocks             Earth Science       how they are formed. (E, P)           the sources of their production.

Explain the physical and chemical      Analyze weathering as a type of
Weathering, Erosion, and
MX84-03                                 Earth Science       processes of weathering. (E, P)        erosion.
Deposition
Explain the physical and chemical      Research the effects of physical and
Weathering, Erosion, and
MX84-03                                 Earth Science       processes of weathering. (E, P)        chemical weathering.
Deposition
Describe the processes involved in     Research the external processes that
MX84-02      Glaciation                 Earth Science       shaping the internal and external      shape the earth features.
features of the Earth. (E, P)
Describe the processes involved in     Research the external processes that
Weathering, Erosion, and
MX84-03                                 Earth Science       shaping the internal and external      shape the earth features.
Deposition
features of the Earth. (E, P)
Describe the processes involved in     Research the external processes that
Earthquakes and
MX84-04                                 Earth Science       shaping the internal and external      shape the earth features.
Volcanoes
features of the Earth. (E, P)
Describe the processes involved in     Define the internal processes that
MX84-01      Plate Tectonics            Earth Science       shaping the internal and external      shape the earth features.
features of the Earth. (E, P)
Explain how the oceans affect other    Research ocean flora and fauna and
Biosphere: Interactions
MX90-01                                 Earth Science       processes on Earth. (L, E, P)          their place in the life forms of earth.
Among Life and Nonlife
Describe the composition of the        Investigate the different layers of the
MX85-01      Atmosphere and Weather Earth Science           atmosphere. (E, P)                     atmosphere.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text               Standard Text                       Objective Text
Strategy #

Describe the composition of the      Research the Greenhouse Effect as it
MX85-01      Atmosphere and Weather Earth Science         atmosphere. (E, P)                   relates to the atmosphere.

Describe the composition of the      Research the Greenhouse Effect as it
MX85-02      Climate Changes          Earth Science       atmosphere. (E, P)                   relates to the atmosphere.

Describe the processes involved in   Compare and contrast the terms
MX85-01      Atmosphere and Weather Earth Science         weather and climate. (E, P)          weather and climate.

Describe the processes involved in   Compare and contrast the terms
MX85-02      Climate Changes          Earth Science       weather and climate. (E, P)          weather and climate.

Describe the processes involved in   Research the circulation of the
MX85-01      Atmosphere and Weather Earth Science         weather and climate. (E, P)          atmosphere.

Describe the processes involved in   Explore the different climatic zones.
MX85-02      Climate Changes          Earth Science       weather and climate. (E, P)

Describe the processes involved in   Determine the causes of the change
MX86-03      Earth and Its Moon       Earth Science       weather and climate. (E, P)          of seasons.

Describe the process of the water    Explore the water cycle environmental
cycle. (E, P)                        movement.
MX77-02      Water Cycle              Earth Science

Describe the process of the water    Observe the environmental process of
cycle. (E, P)                        the water cycle.
MX77-02      Water Cycle              Earth Science

Describe the structure and           Investigate the sizes and spacing of
Formation of the Solar                       gravitational interaction of our     the planets in our solar system.
MX92-01                               Earth Science
System                                       planetary system. (E, P)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text               Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Describe the structure and             Investigate the sizes and spacing of
gravitational interaction of our       the planets in our solar system.
MX86-01      Observing the Sky         Earth Science
planetary system. (E, P)

Describe the structure and             Define gravity and calculate
A Force to Be Reckoned                        gravitational interaction of our       gravitational pull.
MX89-01                                Earth Science
With                                          planetary system. (E, P)

Describe the structure and             Determine the relationship between
gravitational interaction of our       the moon pull of gravity and the
MX86-03      Earth and Its Moon        Earth Science
planetary system. (E, P)               Earth’s tides.

Explain the orderly and predictable    Investigate comets.
motion of celestial bodies. (E, P)
MX86-01      Observing the Sky         Earth Science

Explain the orderly and predictable    Explore the concept of red and blue
motion of celestial bodies. (E, P)     shift.
MX92-02      The Big Bang              Earth Science

Demonstrate the proper use of          Experimentally investigate a problem
Steps of the Scientific                       scientific methods and investigative   utilizing the scientific process.
PX48-01                                Earth Science
Method                                        techniques. (L, E, P)

Demonstrate the proper use of          Experimentally investigate a problem
scientific methods and investigative   utilizing the scientific process.
PX48-02      Be Skeptical              Earth Science
techniques. (L, E, P)

Demonstrate the proper use of          Experimentally investigate a problem
scientific methods and investigative   utilizing the scientific process.
PX48-03      Be Fair                   Earth Science
techniques. (L, E, P)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name           Strand Text               Standard Text                             Objective Text
Strategy #

Demonstrate the proper use of              Experimentally investigate a problem
Know What Can Go                               scientific methods and investigative       utilizing the scientific process.
PX48-04                                Earth Science
Wrong                                          techniques. (L, E, P)

Demonstrate the proper use of              Scientifically communicate the results
Interpret Experimental                         scientific methods and investigative       of an experiment.
MX42-02                                Earth Science
Results                                        techniques. (L, E, P)

Demonstrate the proper use of              Scientifically communicate the results
Recognize Conflicting                          scientific methods and investigative       of an experiment.
MX43-01                                Earth Science
Viewpoints                                     techniques. (L, E, P)

Demonstrate the proper use of              Scientifically communicate the results
Analyze and Compare                            scientific methods and investigative       of an experiment.
MX43-02                                Earth Science
Conflicting Viewpoints                         techniques. (L, E, P)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Apply the components of scientific
problem solving in designing and           processes and methods in the
Steps of the Scientific
PX48-01                                Biology I            performing biological research and         classroom and laboratory
Method
experimentation. (L, P, E)                 investigations.

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Apply the components of scientific
problem solving in designing and           processes and methods in the
PX48-02      Be Skeptical              Biology I            performing biological research and         classroom and laboratory
experimentation. (L, P, E)                 investigations.

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Apply the components of scientific
problem solving in designing and           processes and methods in the
PX48-03      Be Fair                   Biology I            performing biological research and         classroom and laboratory
experimentation. (L, P, E)                 investigations.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name           Strand Text               Standard Text                              Objective Text
Strategy #

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Apply the components of scientific
problem solving in designing and           processes and methods in the
Know What Can Go
PX48-04                                Biology I            performing biological research and         classroom and laboratory
Wrong
experimentation. (L, P, E)                 investigations.

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
In the Beginning, There
PX21-01                                Biology I            performing biological research and         graphic form.
Was the Word
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX21-02      Use Prefixes or Roots     Biology I            performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX21-03      Connect the Words         Biology I            performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
Know Why You are Writing-
PX24-01                                Biology I            performing biological research and         graphic form.
-and for Whom
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX24-02      Draw Before You Write     Biology I            performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name               Strand Text               Standard Text                              Objective Text
Strategy #

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX24-03      It's Not Over 'Til It's Over   Biology I            performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Investigate the biochemical basis of    Describe and differentiate between
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions             Biology I            life. (L, P)                            covalent and ionic bonds using
examples of each.
Investigate the biochemical basis of Describe the unique bonding and
life. (L, P)                            characteristics of water that makes it
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions             Biology I
an essential component of living
systems.
Investigate the biochemical basis of Compare the structure, properties and
Classes of Organic                                  life. (L, P)                            functions of carbohydrates, lipids,
MX88-02                                     Biology I
Molecules                                                                                   proteins and nucleic acids in living
organisms.
Investigate cell structures, functions, Differentiate between prokaryotic and
MX71-01      Cells                          Biology I            and methods of reproduction. (L)        eukaryotic cells.

Investigate cell structures, functions, Distinguish between plant and animal
MX71-01      Cells                          Biology I            and methods of reproduction. (L)        (eukaryotic) cell structures.

Investigate cell structures, functions, Identify and describe the structure and
MX71-01      Cells                          Biology I            and methods of reproduction. (L)        basic functions of the major eukaryotic
organelles.
Investigate cell structures, functions, Describe the way in which cells are
MX71-01      Cells                          Biology I            and methods of reproduction. (L)        organized in multicellular organisms.

Investigate cell structures, functions, Relate cell membrane structure to its
MX71-01      Cells                          Biology I            and methods of reproduction. (L)        function in passive and active
transport.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name           Strand Text              Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate cell structures, functions, Describe the main events in the cell
and methods of reproduction. (L)        cycle and cell mitosis including
MX71-05      Reproduction              Biology I
differences in plant and animal cell
divisions.
Investigate cell structures, functions, Relate the importance of meiosis to
and methods of reproduction. (L)        sexual reproduction and the
MX71-05      Reproduction              Biology I
maintenance of chromosome number.

Investigate cell structures, functions, Identify and distinguish among forms
MX71-05      Reproduction              Biology I            and methods of reproduction. (L)        of asexual and sexual reproduction.

Investigate the transfer of energy     Describe the structure of ATP and its
Photosynthesis and
MX72-01                                Biology I            from the sun to living systems. (L, P) importance in life processes.
Respiration
Investigate the transfer of energy     Examine, compare, and contrast the
Photosynthesis and                             from the sun to living systems. (L, P) basic processes of photosynthesis
MX72-01                                Biology I
Respiration                                                                           and cellular respiration.

Investigate the transfer of energy     Compare and contrast aerobic and
MX71-03      Respiration and Excretion Biology I            from the sun to living systems. (L, P) anaerobic respiration.

Investigate the transfer of energy     Compare and contrast aerobic and
Photosynthesis and
MX72-01                                Biology I            from the sun to living systems. (L, P) anaerobic respiration.
Respiration
Investigate the principles,             Compare and contrast the molecular
mechanisms, and methodology of          structures of DNA and RNA as they
MX78-02      Mendelian Genetics        Biology I
classical and molecular genetics. (L,   relate to replication, transcription, and
P)                                      translation.
Investigate the principles,             Compare and contrast the molecular
mechanisms, and methodology of          structures of DNA and RNA as they
MX75-02      Mutation                  Biology I
classical and molecular genetics. (L,   relate to replication, transcription, and
P)                                      translation.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name            Strand Text               Standard Text                             Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate the principles,                Identify and illustrate how changes in
mechanisms, and methodology of             DNA cause mutations and evaluate
MX75-02      Mutation                   Biology I
classical and molecular genetics. (L,      the significance of these changes.
P)
Investigate the principles,                Analyze the applications of DNA
mechanisms, and methodology of             technology (forensics, medicine,
MX75-02      Mutation                   Biology I
classical and molecular genetics. (L,      agriculture).
P)
Investigate the principles,                Examine inheritance patterns using
mechanisms, and methodology of             current technology (gel
MX71-01      Cells                      Biology I
classical and molecular genetics. (L,      electrophoresis, pedigrees,
P)                                         karyotypes).
Investigate concepts of natural            Analyze how organisms are classified
selection as they relate to diversity of   into a hierarchy of groups and
MX73-01      The Five Kingdoms          Biology I
life. (L)                                  subgroups based on similarities and
differences.
Investigate concepts of natural            Analyze how organisms are classified
selection as they relate to diversity of   into a hierarchy of groups and
MX73-02      Levels of Classification   Biology I
life. (L)                                  subgroups based on similarities and
differences.
Investigate concepts of natural            Identify characteristics of kingdoms
MX73-01      The Five Kingdoms          Biology I            selection as they relate to diversity of   including monerans, protists, fungi,
life. (L)                                  plants and animals.
Investigate concepts of natural            Identify characteristics of kingdoms
MX73-02      Levels of Classification   Biology I            selection as they relate to diversity of   including monerans, protists, fungi,
life. (L)                                  plants and animals.
Investigate concepts of natural            Differentiate among major divisions of
selection as they relate to diversity of   the plant and animal kingdoms
MX73-01      The Five Kingdoms          Biology I
life. (L)                                  (vascular/non-vascular;
vertebrate/invertebrate).
Investigate concepts of natural            Differentiate among major divisions of
selection as they relate to diversity of   the plant and animal kingdoms
MX73-02      Levels of Classification   Biology I
life. (L)                                  (vascular/non-vascular;
vertebrate/invertebrate).
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text               Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate concepts of natural          Identify evidence of change in species
selection as they relate to diversity of using fossils, DNA sequences,
MX75-02      Mutation                 Biology I            life. (L)                                anatomical and physiological
similarities, and embryology.

Investigate concepts of natural     Analyze the results of natural selection
MX76-02      Natural Selection        Biology I                                                in speciation, diversity, adaptation,
selection as they relate to diversity of
life. (L)                           behavior and extinction.
Investigate the interdependence and Analyze the flow of energy and matter
interactions that occur within an   through various cycles including
MX77-01      Carbon Cycle             Biology I
ecosystem. (L, P, E)                carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and water
cycles.
Investigate the interdependence and Analyze the flow of energy and matter
interactions that occur within an   through various cycles including
MX77-02      Water Cycle              Biology I
ecosystem. (L, P, E)                carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and water
cycles.
Investigate the interdependence and Analyze the flow of energy and matter
interactions that occur within an   through various cycles including
MX77-03      Nitrogen Cycle           Biology I
ecosystem. (L, P, E)                carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and water
cycles.
Investigate the interdependence and Interpret interactions among
interactions that occur within an   organisms in an ecosystem
Photosynthesis and                            ecosystem. (L, P, E)                (producer/consumer/decomposer,
MX72-01                               Biology I
Respiration                                                                       predator/prey, symbiotic relationships
and competitive relationships).

Investigate the interdependence and Interpret interactions among
interactions that occur within an   organisms in an ecosystem
ecosystem. (L, P, E)                (producer/consumer/decomposer,
MX72-02      Food Webs and Chains     Biology I
predator/prey, symbiotic relationships
and competitive relationships).
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name           Strand Text              Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate the interdependence and Interpret interactions among
interactions that occur within an   organisms in an ecosystem
ecosystem. (L, P, E)                (producer/consumer/decomposer,
MX72-03      Populations in Ecosystems Biology I
predator/prey, symbiotic relationships
and competitive relationships).

Investigate the interdependence and Interpret interactions among
interactions that occur within an   organisms in an ecosystem
ecosystem. (L, P, E)                (producer/consumer/decomposer,
MX72-04      Succession                Biology I
predator/prey, symbiotic relationships
and competitive relationships).

Investigate the interdependence and   Compare variations, tolerances, and
Biosphere: Interactions
MX90-01                                Biology I            interactions that occur within an     adaptations of plants and animals in
Among Life and Nonlife
ecosystem. (L, P, E)                  major biomes.
Investigate the interdependence and   Investigate and explain the transfer of
Photosynthesis and                             interactions that occur within an     energy in an ecosystem including food
MX72-01                                Biology I
Respiration                                    ecosystem. (L, P, E)                  chains, food webs, and food pyramids.

Investigate the interdependence and Investigate and explain the transfer of
interactions that occur within an   energy in an ecosystem including food
MX72-02      Food Webs and Chains      Biology I
ecosystem. (L, P, E)                chains, food webs, and food pyramids.

Investigate the interdependence and Investigate and explain the transfer of
interactions that occur within an   energy in an ecosystem including food
MX72-03      Populations in Ecosystems Biology I
ecosystem. (L, P, E)                chains, food webs, and food pyramids.

Investigate the interdependence and Investigate and explain the transfer of
interactions that occur within an   energy in an ecosystem including food
MX72-04      Succession                Biology I
ecosystem. (L, P, E)                chains, food webs, and food pyramids.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name            Strand Text              Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate the interdependence and Examine long and short-term changes
interactions that occur within an   to the environment as a result of
MX78-01      Biomagnification           Biology I
ecosystem. (L, P, E)                natural events and human actions.

Investigate the interdependence and Examine long and short-term changes
interactions that occur within an   to the environment as a result of
MX78-02      Pollution                  Biology I
ecosystem. (L, P, E)                natural events and human actions.

Investigate the interdependence and Examine long and short-term changes
interactions that occur within an   to the environment as a result of
MX78-03      Conservation               Biology I
ecosystem. (L, P, E)                natural events and human actions.

Investigate chemical processes of     Relate chemical structure and
the cell that maintain life. (L, P)   characteristics of organic compounds
MX88-01      Elements of Life           Biology II
to cell and organism functions.

Investigate chemical processes of     Relate chemical structure and
Classes of Organic                              the cell that maintain life. (L, P)   characteristics of organic compounds
MX88-02                                 Biology II
Molecules                                                                             to cell and organism functions.

Investigate chemical processes of     Analyze light dependent and light
the cell that maintain life. (L, P)   independent reactions of
Photosynthesis and
MX72-01                                 Biology II                                                 photosynthesis with respect to site,
Respiration
reactions involved and energy
input/output.
Investigate chemical processes of     Analyze processes of cellular
the cell that maintain life. (L, P)   respiration with respect to site,
MX71-03      Respiration and Excretion Biology II
reactions involved, and energy
input/output in each stage.
Investigate chemical processes of     Analyze processes of cellular
Photosynthesis and                              the cell that maintain life. (L, P)   respiration with respect to site,
MX72-01                                 Biology II
Respiration                                                                           reactions involved, and energy
input/output in each stage.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name             Strand Text               Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #

Explore the molecular basis of          Analyze DNA/RNA/enzyme roles in
Digestion, Transport, and
MX71-02                                  Biology II           heredity. (L, P)                        the stages of protein synthesis.
Synthesis
Explore the molecular basis of          Investigate modern DNA technologies
heredity. (L, P)                        (gene splicing, gel electrophoresis and
MX75-04      Genetic Engineering         Biology II                                                   recombinant DNA in agriculture,
medicine and forensics).

Explore the molecular basis of          Review genetic principles for solving
MX78-02      Mendelian Genetics          Biology II           heredity. (L, P)                        inheritance problems.

Investigate the role that natural       Identify the components of natural
MX76-02      Natural Selection           Biology II           selection plays in maintaining          selection.
diversity. (L, E)
Investigate the role that natural       Predict the successes and failures of
MX76-02      Natural Selection           Biology II           selection plays in maintaining          a population when exposed to
diversity. (L, E)                       changing environmental factors.
Investigate the role that natural       Predict the successes and failures of
MX76-03      Adaptation in Action        Biology II           selection plays in maintaining          a population when exposed to
diversity. (L, E)                       changing environmental factors.
Investigate the role that natural       Examine factors that affect
selection plays in maintaining          populations, such as distribution,
MX72-03      Populations in Ecosystems Biology II
diversity. (L, E)                       competition, migration, isolation, and
disease.
Apply principles of classification to   Use classification as a tool to organize
MX73-01      The Five Kingdoms           Biology II           groups of organisms. (L)                diverse groups.

Apply principles of classification to   Use classification as a tool to organize
MX73-02      Levels of Classification    Biology II           groups of organisms. (L)                diverse groups.

Apply principles of classification to   Conduct an in-depth study of
MX73-01      The Five Kingdoms           Biology II           groups of organisms. (L)                classification within at least one of the
kingdoms.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name             Strand Text              Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #

Examine the behavior of organisms.     Analyze the behavioral responses of
Characteristics of Living
MX74-01                                  Biology II           (L)                                    an organism to internal and external
Things
stimuli.
Explain how the properties of matter   Apply the language of chemistry
relate to structure and changes in     appropriately including terms such as
MX79-01      Measuring Matter            Chemistry I
structure. (P)                         element, atom, compound, and
molecule.
Explain how the properties of matter   Apply the language of chemistry
relate to structure and changes in     appropriately including terms such as
MX79-02      Atoms                       Chemistry I
structure. (P)                         element, atom, compound, and
molecule.
Explain how the properties of matter   Apply the language of chemistry
relate to structure and changes in     appropriately including terms such as
MX79-03      Periodic Table              Chemistry I
structure. (P)                         element, atom, compound, and
molecule.
Explain how the properties of matter   Apply the language of chemistry
relate to structure and changes in     appropriately including terms such as
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions          Chemistry I
structure. (P)                         element, atom, compound, and
molecule.
Explain how the properties of matter   Classify a material as element,
MX79-01      Measuring Matter            Chemistry I          relate to structure and changes in     compound, solution or heterogeneous
structure. (P)                         mixture.
Explain how the properties of matter   Relate symbols to names of common
MX79-03      Periodic Table              Chemistry I          relate to structure and changes in     chemical elements.
structure. (P)
Explain how the properties of matter   Write the symbol or formula for
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                                  Chemistry I          relate to structure and changes in     monatomic and polyatomic ions.
Reactions
structure. (P)
Explain how the properties of matter   Write the symbol or formula for
MX87-02      Reaction Equations          Chemistry I          relate to structure and changes in     monatomic and polyatomic ions.
structure. (P)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #

Solve numerical chemistry problems      Choose the most appropriate SI unit
using the International System of       of mass, length or volume of an
MX79-01      Measuring Matter         Chemistry I         Measurement (SI) units,                 object.
mathematical expressions, and factor
labeling. (P)
Solve numerical chemistry problems      Define the common SI prefixes used
using the International System of       in chemistry and interconvert, using
MX79-01      Measuring Matter         Chemistry I         Measurement (SI) units,                 the factor-label method (dimensional
mathematical expressions, and factor    analysis) to obtain the desired unit in
labeling. (P)                           solving problems.
Solve numerical chemistry problems      Apply the definition of mass, length,
using the International System of       volume, time, density, temperature
MX79-01      Measuring Matter         Chemistry I         Measurement (SI) units,                 and pressure.
mathematical expressions, and factor
labeling. (P)
Develop a visual conceptualization of Identify various theories of the atom,
atomic structure based on theory and  including Rutherford, Bohr, and
MX79-02      Atoms                    Chemistry I
a knowledge of fundamental            electron cloud theories by matching
particles. (P)                        the theory to its description.
Develop a visual conceptualization of Identify the three fundamental
atomic structure based on theory and  particles of an atom when given the
MX79-02      Atoms                    Chemistry I
a knowledge of fundamental            charge, mass, and location of the
particles. (P)                        particle.
Develop a visual conceptualization of Determine the number of protons,
atomic structure based on theory and  electrons, or neutrons in an element
MX79-02      Atoms                    Chemistry I         a knowledge of fundamental            when given the atomic number and
particles. (P)                        the atomic mass of the element, or
vice versa.
Develop a visual conceptualization of Write the electron configurations of
atomic structure based on theory and elements.
MX79-02      Atoms                    Chemistry I
a knowledge of fundamental
particles. (P)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #

Develop a visual conceptualization of   Draw the electron-dot (Lewis)
atomic structure based on theory and    structure of elements.
MX79-02      Atoms                    Chemistry I
a knowledge of fundamental
particles. (P)
Develop a visual conceptualization of   Predict the charge of an ion based on
atomic structure based on theory and    the element valence electrons.
MX79-02      Atoms                    Chemistry I
a knowledge of fundamental
particles. (P)
Analyze patterns and trends in          Identify an element as a metal,
MX79-02      Atoms                    Chemistry I         organization of elements in the         nonmetal, metalloid, or noble gas.
periodic table. (P)
Analyze patterns and trends in          Identify an element as a metal,
MX79-03      Periodic Table           Chemistry I         organization of elements in the         nonmetal, metalloid, or noble gas.
periodic table. (P)
Analyze patterns and trends in          Locate elements by name and group
MX79-03      Periodic Table           Chemistry I         organization of elements in the         number (family) or period (series).
periodic table. (P)
Analyze patterns and trends in       Compare elements in terms of atomic
organization of elements in the      radius, ionization energy, or
MX79-03      Periodic Table           Chemistry I
periodic table. (P)                  electronegativity using their positions
on the periodic table.
Analyze patterns and trends in       Predict the charge of monoatomic
MX79-02      Atoms                    Chemistry I         organization of elements in the      ions on the basis of position (group
periodic table. (P)                  number).
Compare the properties of            Describe what determines covalent,
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions       Chemistry I         compounds according to their type of ionic, and metallic bonds.
bonding. (P, L, E)
Compare the properties of            Relate bond type between elements
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions       Chemistry I         compounds according to their type of on the basis of electronegativity
bonding. (P, L, E)                   differences.
Compare the properties of            Relate bond type to the position of
compounds according to their type of elements on the Periodic table,
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions       Chemistry I
bonding. (P, L, E)                   electron configuration, and properties
of the compound formed.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                             Objective Text
Strategy #

Compare the properties of               Draw Lewis electron dot structures
MX79-02      Atoms                     Chemistry I         compounds according to their type of    and determine the geometric structure
bonding. (P, L, E)                      of simple molecules.
Write names and formulas of             Given the formula of a compound,
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                                Chemistry I         covalent and ionic compounds. (P)       identify oxidation states of the
Reactions
elements.
Interpret chemical change in terms of   Write an equation in sentence form
MX87-02      Reaction Equations        Chemistry I         chemical reactions. (P)                 (word equation) when given a
chemical equation.
Interpret chemical change in terms of   Balance a simple chemical equation
chemical reactions. (P)                 by inspection when given the formulas
MX87-02      Reaction Equations        Chemistry I
or names of all reactants and
products.
Interpret chemical change in terms of   Classify simple equations as to type:
chemical reactions. (P)                 single displacement, double
MX87-02      Reaction Equations        Chemistry I
displacement, synthesis and
decomposition.
Interpret chemical change in terms of   Complete chemical equations when
chemical reactions. (P)                 given reactants for reactions, such as
MX87-02      Reaction Equations        Chemistry I                                                 synthesis, decomposition, single
displacement, and double
displacement.
Interpret chemical change in terms of   Given a list of solubility rules, predict if
chemical reactions. (P)                 a precipitate is formed upon mixing
MX87-03      Solubility                Chemistry I                                                 solutions of known chemicals in a
double displacement reaction.

MX87-02      Reaction Equations        Chemistry I         chemical reactions. (P)               displacement reactions and write
equations of these reactions.
Interpret chemical change in terms of Predict products of simple synthesis
MX87-02      Reaction Equations        Chemistry I         chemical reactions. (P)               and decomposition reactions.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #

Interpret chemical change in terms of Identify redox reactions by recognizing
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                                Chemistry I         chemical reactions. (P)                the species that are oxidized and
Reactions
reduced.
Explore the relationship between       Calculate the formula/molecular mass
MX79-01      Measuring Matter          Chemistry I         mass and quantity through various      of compounds.
stoichiometric relationships. (P)
Explore the relationship between       Define the mole as a quantity of
MX79-01      Measuring Matter          Chemistry I         mass and quantity through various      matter.
stoichiometric relationships. (P)
Explore the relationship between       Interconvert among mass, mole, and
MX79-01      Measuring Matter          Chemistry I         mass and quantity through various      number of particles.
stoichiometric relationships. (P)
Apply understanding of the             Classify chemical reactions as
Physical, Chemical, and
MX80-02                                Chemistry I         interactions of matter and energy. (P) endothermic or exothermic.
Nuclear Changes
Describe and explain the solution     Describe solutions in terms of solute
process. (P)                          and solvent; electrolyte or non-
electrolyte; soluble or insoluble;
MX87-03      Solubility                Chemistry I
unsaturated, saturated or
supersaturated; miscible or
immiscible.
Describe and explain the solution     Express the concentration of a
process. (P)                          solution as percent by mass, molarity,
MX87-03      Solubility                Chemistry I
molality, and mole fraction, given
appropriate data.
Describe and explain the solution     Explore the factors that affect
process. (P)                          solubility.
MX87-03      Solubility                Chemistry I

Describe and explain the solution     Describe how to make a solution of
process. (P)                          given molarity in terms of mass
MX87-03      Solubility                Chemistry I
needed, or vice-versa.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #

Describe and explain the solution       Describe how to dilute a solution in
process. (P)                            terms of molarity and volume.
MX87-03      Solubility                Chemistry I

Analyze the factors that affect         Describe a reversible reaction in
equilibrium with an emphasis on         terms of a dynamic equilibrium
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                                Chemistry I         visualizing its dynamic nature at the   process.
Reactions
macroscopic and molecular levels.
(P)
Analyze the factors that affect        Using LeChatelier principle, predict
equilibrium with an emphasis on        the effect upon a reaction at
Understanding Chemical                        visualizing its dynamic nature at the  equilibrium of changing the
MX87-01                                Chemistry I
Reactions                                     macroscopic and molecular levels.      temperature, concentrations of a
(P)                                    reactant or a product, pressure, or
Visualize and interpret the atomic     Characterize electromagnetic
MX83-01      Waves                     Chemistry II        structure in terms of quantum theory. radiation in terms of wavelength,
(P)                                    frequency and speed.
Visualize and interpret the atomic     Relate the wave and particulate
MX83-01      Waves                     Chemistry II        structure in terms of quantum theory. properties of electromagnetic
Explain the variations in chemical     Explain how and why an ionic bond is
bonding types (covalent, ionic and     formed.
metallic) in terms of the fundamental
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions        Chemistry II        principles of electrostatic attraction
and repulsion and atomic orbital
overlap. (P)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                             Objective Text
Strategy #

Explain the variations in chemical     Explain how and why a covalent bond
bonding types (covalent, ionic and     is formed.
metallic) in terms of the fundamental
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions       Chemistry II        principles of electrostatic attraction
and repulsion and atomic orbital
overlap. (P)

Explain the variations in chemical     Explain how and why a polar covalent
bonding types (covalent, ionic and     bond is formed.
metallic) in terms of the fundamental
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions       Chemistry II        principles of electrostatic attraction
and repulsion and atomic orbital
overlap. (P)

Explain the variations in chemical       Draw Lewis structures for compounds
bonding types (covalent, ionic and       in which the central atoms can
metallic) in terms of the fundamental    accommodate an expanded octet
MX79-02      Atoms                    Chemistry II        principles of electrostatic attraction   (e.g. SF4).
and repulsion and atomic orbital
overlap. (P)

Explain the variations in chemical     Describe multiple bond formation in
bonding types (covalent, ionic and     terms of sigma and pi covalent bonds.
metallic) in terms of the fundamental
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions       Chemistry II        principles of electrostatic attraction
and repulsion and atomic orbital
overlap. (P)

Explain observed physical properties     Differentiate between intramolecular
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions       Chemistry II        of solids and liquids to their           and intermolecular bonding
intermolecular forces. (P, L)
Apply stoichiometric principles to       Represent reactions in aqueous
MX87-02      Reaction Equations       Chemistry II        reactions that occur in aqueous          solution with net ionic equations.
solution. (P)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                        Objective Text
Strategy #

Apply stoichiometric principles to   Predict precipitation products and
MX87-02      Reaction Equations       Chemistry II        reactions that occur in aqueous      represent with net ionic equations.
solution. (P)
Apply stoichiometric principles to   Predict precipitation products and
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                               Chemistry II        reactions that occur in aqueous      represent with net ionic equations.
Reactions
solution. (P)
Apply stoichiometric principles to   Perform stoichiometric calculations
MX87-02      Reaction Equations       Chemistry II        reactions that occur in aqueous      involving precipitation reactions.
solution. (P)
Apply stoichiometric principles to   Perform stoichiometric calculations
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                               Chemistry II        reactions that occur in aqueous      involving precipitation reactions.
Reactions
solution. (P)
Apply stoichiometric principles to   Perform stoichiometric calculations
MX87-02      Reaction Equations       Chemistry II        reactions that occur in aqueous      involved in acid-base reactions.
solution. (P)
Apply stoichiometric principles to   Perform stoichiometric calculations
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                               Chemistry II        reactions that occur in aqueous      involved in acid-base reactions.
Reactions
solution. (P)
Apply stoichiometric principles to   Write and balance oxidation-reduction
MX87-02      Reaction Equations       Chemistry II        reactions that occur in aqueous      reactions by the half-equation method.
solution. (P)
Apply stoichiometric principles to   Write and balance oxidation-reduction
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                               Chemistry II        reactions that occur in aqueous      reactions by the half-equation method.
Reactions
solution. (P)
Apply stoichiometric principles to   Perform stoichiometric calculations
MX87-02      Reaction Equations       Chemistry II        reactions that occur in aqueous      involved in oxidation-reduction
solution. (P)                        reactions.
Apply stoichiometric principles to   Perform stoichiometric calculations
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                               Chemistry II        reactions that occur in aqueous      involved in oxidation-reduction
Reactions
solution. (P)                        reactions.
Link the reaction pathway            Explain how a catalyst increases the
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                               Chemistry II        (mechanism) and the rate law for     rate of reaction.
Reactions
simple reactions. (P, L)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #

Apply oxidation-reduction and           Draw a schematic diagram (sketch)
aqueous reaction chemistry to the       for an electrochemical cell, given an
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                                Chemistry II        interconversion of chemical and         oxidation-reduction reaction that
Reactions
electrical energy (electrochemistry).   occurs in an aqueous solution.
(P, L)
Apply oxidation-reduction and           Draw a schematic diagram (sketch)
aqueous reaction chemistry to the       for an electrochemical cell, given an
MX87-03      Solubility                Chemistry II        interconversion of chemical and         oxidation-reduction reaction that
electrical energy (electrochemistry).   occurs in an aqueous solution.
(P, L)
Apply oxidation-reduction and           Predict the outcome of an oxidation-
aqueous reaction chemistry to the       reduction reaction using standard
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                                Chemistry II        interconversion of chemical and         reduction potential values.
Reactions
electrical energy (electrochemistry).
(P, L)
Apply oxidation-reduction and           Explain how the activity series and
aqueous reaction chemistry to the       reduction potentials are linked to
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                                Chemistry II        interconversion of chemical and         electronegativity and to each other.
Reactions
electrical energy (electrochemistry).
(P, L)
Apply oxidation-reduction and           Describe the oxidation-reduction
aqueous reaction chemistry to the       reactions that occur in zinc-carbon
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                                Chemistry II        interconversion of chemical and         (dry cell), alkaline, mercury, Ni-Cad,
Reactions
electrical energy (electrochemistry).   and lead acid batteries.
(P, L)
Apply oxidation-reduction and           Make everyday applications of
aqueous reaction chemistry to the       oxidation-reduction; for example, the
Understanding Chemical
MX87-01                                Chemistry II        interconversion of chemical and         nervous system or electrolytic plating
Reactions
electrical energy (electrochemistry).   of metals.
(P, L)
Analyze nuclear changes in matter.      Complete and balance nuclear
MX87-02      Reaction Equations        Chemistry II        (P, L, E)                               equations.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text              Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Analyze nuclear changes in matter.    Describe, compare and contrast
Physical, Chemical, and
MX80-02                                Chemistry II        (P, L, E)                             fusion and fission.
Nuclear Changes
Analyze nuclear changes in matter.    Debate the pros and cons of nuclear
Physical, Chemical, and
MX80-02                                Chemistry II        (P, L, E)                             applications.
Nuclear Changes
Describe the structure, reactions, and Determine the name or structural
uses of selected organic compounds. formula for given hydrocarbons and
MX88-01      Elements of Life          Chemistry II
(P, L)                                 functional groups.

Describe the structure, reactions, and Illustrate some common reactions of
uses of selected organic compounds. hydrocarbons.
MX88-01      Elements of Life          Chemistry II
(P, L)

Describe the structure, reactions, and Describe the formation of polymers
uses of selected organic compounds. from monomers.
MX88-01      Elements of Life          Chemistry II
(P, L)

Apply fundamental mathematics         Utilize fundamental SI base and
MX79-01      Measuring Matter          Physics I           used in physical concepts. (P)        derived units.

Apply fundamental mathematics         Demonstrate proper use of scientific
Measurement Instruments
MX26-01                              Physics I             used in physical concepts. (P)        notation and significant figures in
and Techniques
calculations and measurements.
Apply fundamental mathematics         Demonstrate proper use of scientific
MX26-02      Measurement Problems      Physics I           used in physical concepts. (P)        notation and significant figures in
calculations and measurements.
Apply fundamental mathematics         Create, extend and record
MX41-01      Graphs                    Physics I           used in physical concepts. (P)        relationships from tables and graphs.

Apply fundamental mathematics         Create, extend and record
MX41-02      Diagrams                  Physics I           used in physical concepts. (P)        relationships from tables and graphs.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                          Objective Text
Strategy #

Apply fundamental mathematics          Create, extend and record
MX41-03      Tables                   Physics I           used in physical concepts. (P)         relationships from tables and graphs.

Investigate the kinematics of physical Interpret displacement, velocity, and
MX41-01      Graphs                   Physics I           bodies. (P)                            acceleration graphs.

Investigate the kinematics of physical Interpret displacement, velocity, and
PX38-01                               Physics I           bodies. (P)                            acceleration graphs.
Format
Learn How to Use                             Investigate the kinematics of physical Interpret displacement, velocity, and
PX38-02      Information in Graphs,   Physics I           bodies. (P)                            acceleration graphs.
Diagrams, and Tables
Investigate the kinematics of physical Interpret displacement, velocity, and
Develop an Approach to
PX38-03                               Physics I           bodies. (P)                            acceleration graphs.
Solving Problems
Investigate physical dynamics. (E, P) Solve vector problems mathematically
MX41-01      Graphs                   Physics I                                                 and graphically.

Learn How to Use                             Investigate physical dynamics. (E, P) Solve vector problems mathematically
PX38-02      Information in Graphs,   Physics I                                                 and graphically.
Diagrams, and Tables
Investigate physical dynamics. (E, P) Explain physical dynamics in terms of
MX79-01      Measuring Matter         Physics I                                                 Newton Three Laws of Motion.

Investigate physical dynamics. (E, P) Solve problems using Newton Three
MX82-01      Newton's Laws            Physics I                                                 Laws of Motion.

Investigate physical dynamics. (E, P) Apply the principles of impulse and
conservation of momentum to
MX82-01      Newton's Laws            Physics I
interpret Newton Third Law of Motion.

Investigate physical dynamics. (E, P) Explain the effects of the Law of
A Force to Be Reckoned
MX89-01                               Physics I                                                 Universal Gravitation and calculate
With
the force between two masses.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #

Explore the concepts and                Identify terminology associated with
MX80-01      Energy Transformations    Physics I           relationships among work, power,        work, power and energy.
and energy. (P)
Explore the concepts and                Apply the Law of Conservation of
Conservation of Mass-
MX80-03                                Physics I           relationships among work, power,        Energy.
Energy
and energy. (P)
Explore the concepts and                Utilize the Work-Energy Theorem to
MX80-01      Energy Transformations    Physics I           relationships among work, power,        solve problems.
and energy. (P)
Describe the characteristics and        Describe the types, characteristics
MX83-01      Waves                     Physics I           properties of mechanical waves. (P)     and behavior of mechanical waves.

Describe the characteristics and        Explain conceptually and/or
MX83-01      Waves                     Physics I           properties of mechanical waves. (P)     mathematically the Doppler Effect.

Investigate the principles related to   Determine the relationship between
MX83-01      Waves                     Physics I           electromagnetic radiation. (P)          frequency and wavelength using the
constancy of the speed of light.
Investigate the principles related to   Compare the various components of
MX83-01      Waves                     Physics I           electromagnetic radiation. (P)          the electromagnetic spectrum.

Investigate the principles related to   Compare the various components of
MX83-03      Light                     Physics I           electromagnetic radiation. (P)          the electromagnetic spectrum.

Measure and calculate the properties Identify terminology and units
MX81-01      Electricity               Physics I           of static and current electricity. (P) associated with electricity.

Measure and calculate the properties Describe the characteristics of an
MX81-01      Electricity               Physics I           of static and current electricity. (P) electric field.

Measure and calculate the properties Describe, measure and/or calculate
of static and current electricity. (P) the properties of stationary and
MX81-01      Electricity               Physics I
moving electric charges (using
Coulomb Law and Ohm Law).
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name           Strand Text              Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #

Measure and calculate the properties Describe, measure and/or calculate
of static and current electricity. (P) the properties of stationary and
MX81-02      Electrical Circuits       Physics I
moving electric charges (using
Coulomb Law and Ohm Law).
Measure and calculate the properties Determine current, voltage, and
MX81-02      Electrical Circuits       Physics I            of static and current electricity. (P) resistance involved in series and
parallel circuits.
Investigate mechanics of physical      Explore the concepts and
MX80-01      Energy Transformations    Physics II           motion (Review of Physics I). (P)      relationships among work, power,
energy, and momentum.
Investigate the principles and         Identify the properties of magnetism
MX81-03      Magnetism                 Physics II           applications of magnetism. (P)         (fields, forces, etc.).

Investigate the principles and          Establish the interactions between
MX81-03      Magnetism                 Physics II           applications of magnetism. (P)          current flow and magnetic fields.

Investigate the principles and          Explain the principle of induction.
MX81-03      Magnetism                 Physics II           applications of magnetism. (P)

Investigate the principles and          Solve problems with magnetic fields,
MX81-03      Magnetism                 Physics II           applications of magnetism. (P)          magnetic forces, and induction.

Investigate the principles and          Relate principles of electromagnetism
applications of magnetism. (P)          to the operation of motors, generators,
MX81-03      Magnetism                 Physics II
transformers, electromagnets, etc.

Investigate the principles of the       Describe and analyze the dual nature
MX83-03      Light                     Physics II           Quantum Theory. (P)                     of light.

Investigate the principles of nuclear   Discuss applications of nuclear
Physical, Chemical, and
MX80-02                                Physics II           physics. (P)                            energy.
Nuclear Changes
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name           Strand Text               Standard Text                              Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate the principles of nuclear      Differentiate between nuclear fission
Physical, Chemical, and
MX80-02                                Physics II           physics. (P)                               and fusion and the net energy of both.
Nuclear Changes
Investigate the principles of nuclear      Write nuclear equations for fission and
Physical, Chemical, and
MX80-02                                Physics II           physics. (P)                               fusion reactions.
Nuclear Changes
Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
In the Beginning, There   Human Anatomy and
PX21-01                                                     performing biological research and         graphic form.
Was the Word              Physiology
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
Human Anatomy and
PX21-02      Use Prefixes or Roots                          performing biological research and         graphic form.
Physiology
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
Human Anatomy and
PX21-03      Connect the Words                              performing biological research and         graphic form.
Physiology
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
Know Why You are Writing- Human Anatomy and
PX24-01                                                     performing biological research and         graphic form.
-and for Whom             Physiology
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
Human Anatomy and
PX24-02      Draw Before You Write                          performing biological research and         graphic form.
Physiology
experimentation. (L, P, E)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name              Strand Text                Standard Text                              Objective Text
Strategy #

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
Human Anatomy and
PX24-03      It's Not Over 'Til It's Over                        performing biological research and         graphic form.
Physiology
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Discuss the biochemical composition Explain the importance of water to
Characteristics of Living      Human Anatomy and
MX74-01                                                          of the human body. (L, P)           body homeostasis.
Things                         Physiology
Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Identify and use the SI units of length,
problem solving in designing and           capacity/volume, mass/weight and
Science Skills and
MX79-01      Measuring Matter                                    performing scientific research and         temperature.
Reasoning
experimentation. (L, E, P)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Research and critically analyze
problem solving in designing and           current investigations/problems using
Apply Science Reasoning        Science Skills and
PX39-01                                                          performing scientific research and         periodicals (newspapers, magazines
to Parallel Situations         Reasoning
experimentation. (L, E, P)                 and science journals).

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Research and critically analyze
problem solving in designing and           current investigations/problems using
Science Skills and
PX39-02      Ignore Irrelevant Data                              performing scientific research and         periodicals (newspapers, magazines
Reasoning
experimentation. (L, E, P)                 and science journals).

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Research and critically analyze
problem solving in designing and           current investigations/problems using
Don't Get Bogged Down in Science Skills and
PX39-03                                                          performing scientific research and         periodicals (newspapers, magazines
Technical Terminology    Reasoning
experimentation. (L, E, P)                 and science journals).

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Demonstrate an ability to record and
problem solving in designing and           organize data from a variety of
Apply Science Reasoning        Science Skills and
PX39-01                                                          performing scientific research and         sources (scientific articles,
to Parallel Situations         Reasoning
experimentation. (L, E, P)                 magazines, and journals).
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text                Standard Text                             Objective Text
Strategy #

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Demonstrate an ability to record and
problem solving in designing and           organize data from a variety of
Science Skills and
PX39-02      Ignore Irrelevant Data                         performing scientific research and         sources (scientific articles,
Reasoning
experimentation. (L, E, P)                 magazines, and journals).

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Demonstrate an ability to record and
problem solving in designing and           organize data from a variety of
Don't Get Bogged Down in Science Skills and
PX39-03                                                     performing scientific research and         sources (scientific articles,
Technical Terminology    Reasoning
experimentation. (L, E, P)                 magazines, and journals).

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Identify and apply the components of
problem solving in designing and           scientific methods in classroom and
Steps of the Scientific   Science Skills and   performing scientific research and         laboratory investigations using the
PX48-01
Method                    Reasoning            experimentation. (L, E, P)                 processes of predicting, observing,
gathering data, and drawing
conclusions.
Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Identify and apply the components of
problem solving in designing and           scientific methods in classroom and
Science Skills and   performing scientific research and         laboratory investigations using the
PX48-02      Be Skeptical
Reasoning            experimentation. (L, E, P)                 processes of predicting, observing,
gathering data, and drawing
conclusions.
Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Identify and apply the components of
problem solving in designing and           scientific methods in classroom and
Science Skills and   performing scientific research and         laboratory investigations using the
PX48-03      Be Fair
Reasoning            experimentation. (L, E, P)                 processes of predicting, observing,
gathering data, and drawing
conclusions.
Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Identify and apply the components of
problem solving in designing and           scientific methods in classroom and
Know What Can Go          Science Skills and   performing scientific research and         laboratory investigations using the
PX48-04
Wrong                     Reasoning            experimentation. (L, E, P)                 processes of predicting, observing,
gathering data, and drawing
conclusions.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text                Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #

Utilize critical thinking and scientific Identify and apply the components of
problem solving in designing and         scientific methods in classroom and
Apply Science Reasoning   Science Skills and   performing scientific research and       laboratory investigations using the
PX39-01
to Parallel Situations    Reasoning            experimentation. (L, E, P)               processes of predicting, observing,
gathering data, and drawing
conclusions.
Utilize critical thinking and scientific Identify and apply the components of
problem solving in designing and         scientific methods in classroom and
Science Skills and   performing scientific research and       laboratory investigations using the
PX39-02      Ignore Irrelevant Data
Reasoning            experimentation. (L, E, P)               processes of predicting, observing,
gathering data, and drawing
conclusions.
Utilize critical thinking and scientific Identify and apply the components of
problem solving in designing and         scientific methods in classroom and
Don't Get Bogged Down in Science Skills and    performing scientific research and       laboratory investigations using the
PX39-03
Technical Terminology    Reasoning             experimentation. (L, E, P)               processes of predicting, observing,
gathering data, and drawing
conclusions.
Interpret and communicate results of Demonstrate graphing techniques:
Learn How to Use
Science Skills and   scientific investigations in oral,       plotting points, labeling x- and y-axis,
PX38-02      Information in Graphs,
Reasoning            written, and graphic form. (L, E, P)     title, and legends for pie, bar, and line
Diagrams, and Tables
graphs.
Interpret and communicate results of Demonstrate graphing techniques:
Science Skills and   scientific investigations in oral,       plotting points, labeling x- and y-axis,
MX41-01      Graphs
Reasoning            written, and graphic form. (L, E, P)     title, and legends for pie, bar, and line
graphs.
Learn How to Use                               Interpret and communicate results of Generate and interpret graphs from
Science Skills and
PX38-02      Information in Graphs,                         scientific investigations in oral,       classroom experiments.
Reasoning
Diagrams, and Tables                           written, and graphic form. (L, E, P)
Interpret and communicate results of Generate and interpret graphs from
Science Skills and
MX41-01      Graphs                                         scientific investigations in oral,       classroom experiments.
Reasoning
written, and graphic form. (L, E, P)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text               Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #

Learn How to Use                              Interpret and communicate results of    Draw conclusions about current
Science Skills and
PX38-02      Information in Graphs,                        scientific investigations in oral,      scientific issues using graphs found in
Reasoning
Diagrams, and Tables                          written, and graphic form. (L, E, P)    scientific literature.
Investigate the chemical basis of life. Describe differences among atoms,
Science Skills and
MX79-01      Measuring Matter                              (L, P)                                  elements, ions, molecules and
Reasoning
compounds.
Investigate the chemical basis of life. Describe differences among atoms,
Science Skills and
MX79-02      Atoms                                         (L, P)                                  elements, ions, molecules and
Reasoning
compounds.
Investigate the chemical basis of life. Compare and contrast ionic and
Science Skills and
MX79-04      Chemical Reactions                            (L, P)                                  covalent bonding.
Reasoning
Investigate the chemical basis of life. Identify the chemical symbols of
Science Skills and
MX79-03      Periodic Table                                (L, P)                                  elements needed for life.
Reasoning
Investigate the chemical basis of life. Identify the components of a chemical
Understanding Chemical   Science Skills and
MX87-01                                                    (L, P)                                  reaction (reactant, product, equation).
Reactions                Reasoning
Investigate the chemical basis of life. Identify the components of a chemical
Science Skills and
MX87-02      Reaction Equations                            (L, P)                                  reaction (reactant, product, equation).
Reasoning
Investigate the chemical basis of life. Identify the functions of
Classes of Organic       Science Skills and   (L, P)                                  carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and
MX88-02
Molecules                Reasoning                                                    nucleic acids in living organisms with
examples of each.
Investigate cell structures, functions, Differentiate between prokaryotic and
Science Skills and
MX71-01      Cells                                         and methods of reproduction. (L)        eukaryotic cells.
Reasoning
Investigate cell structures, functions, Distinguish between plant and animal
Science Skills and
MX71-01      Cells                                         and methods of reproduction. (L)        eukaryotic cell structures.
Reasoning
Investigate cell structures, functions, Identify and describe the structure and
Science Skills and
MX71-01      Cells                                         and methods of reproduction. (L)        basic functions of the major eukaryotic
Reasoning
organelles.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name            Strand Text               Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate cell structures, functions, Describe the structure and function of
Science Skills and   and methods of reproduction. (L)        a selectively permeable membrane
MX71-04      Coordination and Control
Reasoning                                                    and its role in diffusion and osmosis.

Investigate cell structures, functions, Compare and contrast mitosis and
Science Skills and   and methods of reproduction. (L)        meiosis emphasizing the differences
MX71-05      Reproduction
Reasoning                                                    in resulting chromosome number.

Investigate cell structures, functions, Identify and distinguish among forms
Science Skills and
MX71-05      Reproduction                                     and methods of reproduction. (L)        of asexual and sexual reproduction.
Reasoning
Investigate energy use in living        Compare and contrast the processes
Photosynthesis and          Science Skills and
MX72-01                                                       organisms. (L)                          of photosynthesis and respiration.
Respiration                 Reasoning
Investigate energy use in living        Compare and contrast the processes
Science Skills and
MX71-03      Respiration and Excretion                        organisms. (L)                          of photosynthesis and respiration.
Reasoning
Relate the structure and function of    Describe the basic structure and
Science Skills and
MX78-02      Mendelian Genetics                               nucleic acids in the principles and     function of DNA and RNA.
Reasoning
mechanisms of genetics. (L, P)
Relate the structure and function of    Describe the basic structure and
Science Skills and
MX75-02      Mutation                                         nucleic acids in the principles and     function of DNA and RNA.
Reasoning
mechanisms of genetics. (L, P)
Relate the structure and function of    Describe how DNA copies itself and
Science Skills and
MX75-02      Mutation                                         nucleic acids in the principles and     the results of mistakes in this process.
Reasoning
mechanisms of genetics. (L, P)
Relate the structure and function of    Utilize genetic terminology and apply
Science Skills and
MX78-02      Mendelian Genetics                               nucleic acids in the principles and     genetic principles to solve simple
Reasoning
mechanisms of genetics. (L, P)          Mendelian crosses.
Apply concepts of natural selection     Explain the importance of variations in
Science Skills and
MX72-03      Populations in Ecosystems                        as they relate to classification. (L)   organisms.
Reasoning
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name            Strand Text               Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #

Apply concepts of natural selection     Describe how the need for adaptation
Science Skills and
MX76-03      Adaptation in Action                             as they relate to classification. (L)   leads to formation of new species.
Reasoning
Apply concepts of natural selection     Classify organisms into the major
Science Skills and
MX73-01      The Five Kingdoms                                as they relate to classification. (L)   kingdoms based upon their
Reasoning
characteristics.
Apply concepts of natural selection     Classify organisms into the major
Science Skills and
MX73-02      Levels of Classification                         as they relate to classification. (L)   kingdoms based upon their
Reasoning
characteristics.
Investigate how organisms interact      Identify biotic and abiotic factors in an
Biosphere: Interactions     Science Skills and
MX90-01                                                       with their environment. (L, E)          ecosystem.
Among Life and Nonlife      Reasoning
Investigate how organisms interact      Explain the levels of biological
Science Skills and
MX72-03      Populations in Ecosystems                        with their environment. (L, E)          organization (i.e., population,
Reasoning
community, ecosystem, biosphere).
Investigate how organisms interact      Explain the levels of biological
Biosphere: Interactions     Science Skills and
MX90-01                                                       with their environment. (L, E)          organization (i.e., population,
Among Life and Nonlife      Reasoning
community, ecosystem, biosphere).
Investigate how organisms interact      Identify the types of relationships that
Science Skills and
MX72-03      Populations in Ecosystems                        with their environment. (L, E)          occur among populations.
Reasoning
Investigate how organisms interact      Explain how energy flows through
Photosynthesis and          Science Skills and
MX72-01                                                       with their environment. (L, E)          ecosystems.
Respiration                 Reasoning
Investigate how organisms interact      Explain how energy flows through
Science Skills and
MX72-02      Food Webs and Chains                             with their environment. (L, E)          ecosystems.
Reasoning
Investigate how organisms interact      Explain how energy flows through
Science Skills and
MX72-03      Populations in Ecosystems                        with their environment. (L, E)          ecosystems.
Reasoning
Investigate how organisms interact      Explain how energy flows through
Science Skills and
MX72-04      Succession                                       with their environment. (L, E)          ecosystems.
Reasoning
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name            Strand Text               Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate how organisms interact     Describe the cycling of matter through
Photosynthesis and          Science Skills and
MX72-01                                                       with their environment. (L, E)         ecosystems.
Respiration                 Reasoning
Investigate how organisms interact     Describe the cycling of matter through
Science Skills and
MX72-02      Food Webs and Chains                             with their environment. (L, E)         ecosystems.
Reasoning
Investigate how organisms interact     Describe the cycling of matter through
Science Skills and
MX72-03      Populations in Ecosystems                        with their environment. (L, E)         ecosystems.
Reasoning
Investigate how organisms interact     Describe the cycling of matter through
Science Skills and
MX72-04      Succession                                       with their environment. (L, E)         ecosystems.
Reasoning
Investigate how organisms interact     Compare and contrast the adaptations
Science Skills and
MX76-03      Adaptation in Action                             with their environment. (L, E)         of plants and animals found in the
Reasoning
major biomes.
Investigate how organisms interact     Compare and contrast the adaptations
Biosphere: Interactions     Science Skills and
MX90-01                                                       with their environment. (L, E)         of plants and animals found in the
Among Life and Nonlife      Reasoning
major biomes.
Use critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
In the Beginning, There                          problem solving in designing and       investigations in oral, written and
PX21-01                                  Genetics
Was the Word                                     performing biological research and     graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)
Use critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and       investigations in oral, written and
PX21-02      Use Prefixes or Roots       Genetics
performing biological research and     graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)
Use critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and       investigations in oral, written and
PX21-03      Connect the Words           Genetics
performing biological research and     graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)
Use critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
Know Why You are Writing-                        problem solving in designing and       investigations in oral, written and
PX24-01                                Genetics
-and for Whom                                    performing biological research and     graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name              Strand Text               Standard Text                             Objective Text
Strategy #

Use critical thinking and scientific      Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and          investigations in oral, written and
PX24-02      Draw Before You Write          Genetics
performing biological research and        graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)
Use critical thinking and scientific      Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and          investigations in oral, written and
PX24-03      It's Not Over 'Til It's Over   Genetics
performing biological research and        graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)
Review the structure and function of      Review the structures and functions of
MX71-01      Cells                          Genetics            the cell as it applies to genetics. (L)   the cell.

Review the structure and function of      Describe the process of mitosis and
MX71-05      Reproduction                   Genetics            the cell as it applies to genetics. (L)   the cell cycle

Review the structure and function of      Discuss the process of meiosis,
MX71-05      Reproduction                   Genetics            the cell as it applies to genetics. (L)   differentiating spermatogenesis and
oogenesis.
Review the structure and function of      Apply the chromosome theory of
MX78-02      Mendelian Genetics             Genetics            the cell as it applies to genetics. (L)   inheritance to genetics problems.

Analyze the structure and function of Investigate the role of DNA and RNA
MX78-02      Mendelian Genetics             Genetics            DNA and RNA molecules. (L, P)         in replication, transcription, translation,
and DNA repair.
Analyze the structure and function of Investigate the role of DNA and RNA
MX75-02      Mutation                       Genetics            DNA and RNA molecules. (L, P)         in replication, transcription, translation,
and DNA repair.
Analyze the structure and function of Identify types of mutations and the
MX75-02      Mutation                       Genetics            DNA and RNA molecules. (L, P)         consequences of each.

Analyze the structure and function of Summarize the process of gene
MX75-04      Genetic Engineering            Genetics            DNA and RNA molecules. (L, P)         transfer using biotechnology.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #

Apply classical genetics principles to Evaluate the significant contributions
solving basic genetic problems. (L)    of well-known scientists to the
MX78-02      Mendelian Genetics       Genetics                                                   historical progression of classical
Mendelian genetics.

Apply classical genetics principles to Compare and contrast genes and
solving basic genetic problems. (L)    alleles, dominance and
MX78-02      Mendelian Genetics       Genetics                                                   recessiveness, and the laws of
segregation and independent
assortment.
Describe the techniques used to        Discuss and be able to apply the
MX71-01      Cells                    Genetics            determine patterns of inheritance. (L) process of karyotyping to
experimental situations.
Discuss genetic diversity in humans. Explore genetic differences among
(L)                                    humans such as blood type, race, and
MX75-03      Population Genetics      Genetics
simple inheritance patterns of genetic
diversity.
Discuss genetic diversity in humans. Analyze genetic disorders and relate
(L)                                    the cause to the following inheritance
patterns: autosomal dominant,
MX78-02      Mendelian Genetics       Genetics
polygenic, chromosomal
abnormalities.
Discuss genetic diversity in humans. Analyze genetic disorders and relate
(L)                                    the cause to the following inheritance
patterns: autosomal dominant,
MX75-02      Mutation                 Genetics
polygenic, chromosomal
abnormalities.
Apply the concept of population        Discuss genetic variability within a
MX75-03      Population Genetics      Genetics            genetics to both microbial and         population.
multicellular organisms. (L)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text                   Standard Text                              Objective Text
Strategy #

Apply the concept of population            Compare sexual and asexual
MX71-05      Reproduction              Genetics                genetics to both microbial and             reproduction with regard to genetic
multicellular organisms. (L)               variability in a population.
Apply the concept of population            Compare sexual and asexual
MX75-03      Population Genetics       Genetics                genetics to both microbial and             reproduction with regard to genetic
multicellular organisms. (L)               variability in a population.
Debate the significance of                 Research current issues in genetic
MX75-04      Genetic Engineering       Genetics                discoveries and issues raised as a         engineering/biotechnology.
result of biotechnology. (L)
Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Apply the components of scientific
problem solving in designing and           processes and methods in the
Steps of the Scientific
PX48-01                                Environmental Science   performing biological research and         classroom and laboratory
Method
experimentation. (L, P, E)                 investigations.

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Apply the components of scientific
problem solving in designing and           processes and methods in the
PX48-02      Be Skeptical              Environmental Science   performing biological research and         classroom and laboratory
experimentation. (L, P, E)                 investigations.

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Apply the components of scientific
problem solving in designing and           processes and methods in the
PX48-03      Be Fair                   Environmental Science   performing biological research and         classroom and laboratory
experimentation. (L, P, E)                 investigations.

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Apply the components of scientific
problem solving in designing and           processes and methods in the
Know What Can Go
PX48-04                                Environmental Science   performing biological research and         classroom and laboratory
Wrong
experimentation. (L, P, E)                 investigations.

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
In the Beginning, There
PX21-01                                Environmental Science   performing biological research and         graphic form.
Was the Word
experimentation. (L, P, E)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name              Strand Text                   Standard Text                              Objective Text
Strategy #

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX21-02      Use Prefixes or Roots          Environmental Science   performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX21-03      Connect the Words              Environmental Science   performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
Know Why You are Writing-
PX24-01                                Environmental Science        performing biological research and         graphic form.
-and for Whom
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX24-02      Draw Before You Write          Environmental Science   performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX24-03      It's Not Over 'Til It's Over   Environmental Science   performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Explain the flow of matter and energy Investigate the role of biotic and
Biosphere: Interactions
MX90-01                                     Environmental Science   in ecosystems. (L, P)                 abiotic factors within habitats,
Among Life and Nonlife
ecosystems and biomes.
Explain the flow of matter and energy Identify indigenous plants and animals
MX72-03      Populations in Ecosystems Environmental Science        in ecosystems. (L, P)                 and their roles in different
ecosystems.
Explain the flow of matter and energy Describe food chains and food webs
MX72-02      Food Webs and Chains           Environmental Science   in ecosystems. (L, P)                 within an ecosystem.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text                  Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Explain the flow of matter and energy Predict how the introduction, removal
in ecosystems. (L, P)                 or reintroduction of an organism may
MX72-02      Food Webs and Chains      Environmental Science                                         alter the food chain, change
populations, and impact the
biodiversity of ecosystems.
Describe the relationships and        Explain how a species adapts to its
MX76-03      Adaptation in Action      Environmental Science   changes within an ecosystem. (L, E) niche.

Describe the relationships and        Relate population dynamics (natural
changes within an ecosystem. (L, E)   selection, exponential growth,
MX76-02      Natural Selection         Environmental Science
predator/prey) to carrying capacity and
limiting factors.
Describe the relationships and        Relate population dynamics (natural
changes within an ecosystem. (L, E)   selection, exponential growth,
MX72-03      Populations in Ecosystems Environmental Science
predator/prey) to carrying capacity and
limiting factors.
Describe the relationships and        Evaluate the effects of biotic and
Biosphere: Interactions
MX90-01                                Environmental Science   changes within an ecosystem. (L, E)   abiotic factors on local ecosystems
Among Life and Nonlife
and biomes.
Describe the relationships and        Describe the process of primary and
MX72-04      Succession                Environmental Science   changes within an ecosystem. (L, E)   secondary succession.

Investigate the major biomes of the   Describe the following biomes to
world ecosystems. (L, E)              include location, climate, adaptations
Biosphere: Interactions                                                                 and diversity: Desert, tundra,
MX90-01                                Environmental Science
Among Life and Nonlife                                                                  grassland, savannah, coniferous
forest, deciduous forest, rain forest,
aquatic environments
Investigate the major biomes of the   Illustrate where the eight major
Biosphere: Interactions
MX90-01                                Environmental Science   world ecosystems. (L, E)              biomes occur.
Among Life and Nonlife
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text                   Standard Text                              Objective Text
Strategy #

Summarize the interrelationships           Identify sources, use, quality and
among the resources and human              conservation of water.
MX78-03      Conservation             Environmental Science
activities in the local environment. (L,
E)
Summarize the interrelationships           Identify renewable and non-renewable
among the resources and human              resources.
MX78-03      Conservation             Environmental Science
activities in the local environment. (L,
E)
Summarize the interrelationships           Evaluate the impact of human activity
among the resources and human              and technology on the lithosphere,
MX78-01      Biomagnification         Environmental Science
activities in the local environment. (L,   hydrosphere, and atmosphere.
E)
Summarize the interrelationships           Evaluate the impact of human activity
among the resources and human              and technology on the lithosphere,
MX78-02      Pollution                Environmental Science
activities in the local environment. (L,   hydrosphere, and atmosphere.
E)
Summarize the interrelationships           Evaluate the impact of human activity
among the resources and human              and technology on the lithosphere,
MX78-03      Conservation             Environmental Science
activities in the local environment. (L,   hydrosphere, and atmosphere.
E)
Summarize the interrelationships           Identify the effects of pollution (water,
among the resources and human              noise, air, etc.) on the ecosystem.
MX78-01      Biomagnification         Environmental Science
activities in the local environment. (L,
E)
Summarize the interrelationships           Identify the effects of pollution (water,
among the resources and human              noise, air, etc.) on the ecosystem.
MX78-02      Pollution                Environmental Science
activities in the local environment. (L,
E)
Discuss the history of astronomy. (E,      Recognize observations that
P)                                         significantly contributed to the
MX86-01      Observing the Sky        Astronomy
understanding of the solar system
prior to the telescope development.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text              Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #

Discuss the history of astronomy. (E, Explain how the invention of the
MX86-01      Observing the Sky        Astronomy          P)                                    telescope impacted the development
of modern astronomy.
Discuss the history of astronomy. (E, Trace the development of models to
MX86-01      Observing the Sky        Astronomy          P)                                    predict planetary motion (Ptolemy,
Copernicus, Kepler and Newton).
Discuss the history of astronomy. (E, Explore theories of the universe origin.
Formation of the Solar
MX92-01                               Astronomy          P)
System
Discuss the history of astronomy. (E, Explore theories of the universe origin.
MX92-02      The Big Bang             Astronomy          P)

Investigate the technologies and       Differentiate between various methods
instruments (optical telescopes, radio of observation.
telescopes, space probes, artificial
MX86-01      Observing the Sky        Astronomy
satellites, etc.) used in ground and
space based astronomy. (E)

Investigate the technologies and         Explore the methods used in
instruments (optical telescopes, radio   determining the characteristics of our
telescopes, space probes, artificial     solar system components (spectra,
MX86-01      Observing the Sky        Astronomy
satellites, etc.) used in ground and     probes, Doppler, etc.).
space based astronomy. (E)

Investigate Newton Universal         Describe the structure and
Gravitation Law and Kepler Laws. (E, gravitational interactions of a planetary
A Force to Be Reckoned
MX89-01                               Astronomy          P)                                   system according to Newton Laws of
With
Motion and Gravitation.

Investigate Newton Universal         Utilize the Universal Gravitational
A Force to Be Reckoned
MX89-01                               Astronomy          Gravitation Law and Kepler Laws. (E, constant to calculate the orbital
With
P)                                   velocity in a two body system.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text              Standard Text                           Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate and compare data about      Explore the motion of celestial bodies
celestial bodies in our solar system.   (planetary rotation and revolution,
MX86-01      Observing the Sky        Astronomy
(E)                                     comets, asteroids, moons, sun, etc.)

Investigate and compare data about      Compare and contrast internal and
MX86-01      Observing the Sky        Astronomy          celestial bodies in our solar system.   surface components of celestial
(E)                                     bodies.
Investigate and compare data about      Track the Earth moon over an
MX86-01      Observing the Sky        Astronomy          celestial bodies in our solar system.   extended period of time.
(E)
Investigate and compare data about      Track the Earth moon over an
MX86-03      Earth and Its Moon       Astronomy          celestial bodies in our solar system.   extended period of time.
(E)
Investigate and compare data about      Examine current theories, proposals
celestial bodies in our solar system.   and supporting data of celestial bodies
MX86-01      Observing the Sky        Astronomy
(E)                                     in our solar system.

Investigate and compare data about      Describe the origin, composition and
MX86-01      Observing the Sky        Astronomy          celestial bodies in our solar system.   structure of asteroids, meteors and
(E)                                     comets.
Investigate the sun, other stars and    Discuss star classification (by size and
MX86-02      Stars                    Astronomy          star systems. (E)                       magnitude) and types of stars.

Investigate the sun, other stars and    Examine the origin and demise of
MX86-02      Stars                    Astronomy          star systems. (E)                       stars.

Investigate the sun, other stars and    Research the composition, energy
MX86-02      Stars                    Astronomy          star systems. (E)                       production and solar-magnetic activity
of stars.
Investigate the sun, other stars and    Measure distance using triangulation
Astronomy          star systems. (E)                       and parallax methods.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name            Strand Text                Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate the sun, other stars and    Describe star systems visible from
MX86-02      Stars                       Astronomy             star systems. (E)                       earth.

Describe the universe in terms of its   Identify types of galaxies, proximity of
MX92-02      The Big Bang                Astronomy             diverse components and their            galaxies, the name of Earth galaxy,
relationships. (E)                      etc.
Describe the universe in terms of its   Research recent reports on the
MX92-02      The Big Bang                Astronomy             diverse components and their            structure of the universe.
relationships. (E)
Analyze contemporary issues, related    Prepare written arguments for
to the practice or application of       identified issues that detail the
biomedical research, that pose an       scientific background for the issue,
Recognize Conflicting
MX43-01                                  Biomedical Research   ethical dilemma or dilemmas to our      identify the nature of the ethical
Viewpoints
society. (L)                            dilemma, and argue for or against a
specific position related to that issue.

Analyze contemporary issues, related    Prepare written arguments for
to the practice or application of       identified issues that detail the
biomedical research, that pose an       scientific background for the issue,
Analyze and Compare
MX43-02                                  Biomedical Research   ethical dilemma or dilemmas to our      identify the nature of the ethical
Conflicting Viewpoints
society. (L)                            dilemma, and argue for or against a
specific position related to that issue.

Explore the basic elements of           Explore the subcellular organelles
Digestion, Transport, and                         genetics and molecular biology that     responsible for protein synthesis and
MX71-02                                  Biomedical Research
Synthesis                                         are fundamental to modern               reproduction.
biomedical research. (L)
Explore the basic elements of           Explore the subcellular organelles
genetics and molecular biology that     responsible for protein synthesis and
MX71-05      Reproduction                Biomedical Research
are fundamental to modern               reproduction.
biomedical research. (L)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name            Strand Text                 Standard Text                              Objective Text
Strategy #

Explore the basic elements of         Discuss the influence that
genetics and molecular biology that   environmental pollutants and other
MX78-01      Biomagnification            Biomedical Research   are fundamental to modern             man-made chemicals could have on
biomedical research. (L)              the regulation of protein synthesis and
reproduction.
Explore the basic elements of         Discuss the influence that
genetics and molecular biology that environmental pollutants and other
MX78-02      Pollution                   Biomedical Research   are fundamental to modern             man-made chemicals could have on
biomedical research. (L)              the regulation of protein synthesis and
reproduction.
Explore the basic elements of         Discuss the influence that
genetics and molecular biology that environmental pollutants and other
Digestion, Transport, and
MX71-02                                  Biomedical Research   are fundamental to modern             man-made chemicals could have on
Synthesis
biomedical research. (L)              the regulation of protein synthesis and
reproduction.
Explore the basic elements of         Discuss the influence that
genetics and molecular biology that environmental pollutants and other
MX71-05      Reproduction                Biomedical Research   are fundamental to modern             man-made chemicals could have on
biomedical research. (L)              the regulation of protein synthesis and
reproduction.
Demonstrate the basic concepts of     Show how to report and compute
Measurement Instruments Spatial Information
MX26-01                                                        global positioning systems (GPS). (E) arithmetically with various angle units.
and Techniques          Science
Demonstrate the basic concepts of     Show how to report and compute
Spatial Information
MX26-02      Measurement Problems                              global positioning systems (GPS). (E) arithmetically with various angle units.
Science
Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
In the Beginning, There
PX21-01                                  Microbiology          performing biological research and         graphic form.
Was the Word
experimentation. (L, P, E)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name              Strand Text               Standard Text                              Objective Text
Strategy #

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX21-02      Use Prefixes or Roots          Microbiology        performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX21-03      Connect the Words              Microbiology        performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
Know Why You are Writing-
PX24-01                                Microbiology             performing biological research and         graphic form.
-and for Whom
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX24-02      Draw Before You Write          Microbiology        performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX24-03      It's Not Over 'Til It's Over   Microbiology        performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Describe the classification,               Compare and contrast the
morphology, characteristics,               characteristics of eukaryotic and
MX71-01      Cells                          Microbiology
pathology and benefits associated          prokaryotic cell types.
with bacteria. (L)
Describe the classification,               Describe the taxonomic criteria used
morphology, characteristics,               to place bacteria into related groups.
MX73-01      The Five Kingdoms              Microbiology
pathology and benefits associated
with bacteria. (L)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name              Strand Text               Standard Text                              Objective Text
Strategy #

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
In the Beginning, There
PX21-01                                     Molecular Biology   performing biological research and         graphic form.
Was the Word
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX21-02      Use Prefixes or Roots          Molecular Biology   performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX21-03      Connect the Words              Molecular Biology   performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
Know Why You are Writing-
PX24-01                                Molecular Biology        performing biological research and         graphic form.
-and for Whom
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX24-02      Draw Before You Write          Molecular Biology   performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX24-03      It's Not Over 'Til It's Over   Molecular Biology   performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Review the structure, functions, and       Review the structure and function of
MX71-01      Cells                          Molecular Biology   processes of the cell involved in          the cell.
maintaining life. (L, P)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text              Standard Text                            Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate the structure and function Describe the contributions of various
of DNA. (L, P)                         scientists to the discovery and
MX78-02      Mendelian Genetics        Molecular Biology
understanding that DNA is the genetic
material.
Investigate the structure and function Describe the organization of DNA.
MX75-02      Mutation                  Molecular Biology   of DNA. (L, P)

Investigate the structure and function Describe the organization of DNA.
MX75-02      Mutation                  Molecular Biology   of DNA. (L, P)

Analyze the roles of DNA and RNA in Describe the effects of mutations on
MX75-02      Mutation                  Molecular Biology   protein synthesis. (L, P)           protein synthesis.

Describe the mechanisms of gene          Investigate inducible and repressable
MX71-01      Cells                     Molecular Biology   expression in prokaryotic and            operon models of gene expression in
eukaryotic cells. (L, P)                 prokaryotic cells.
Describe the mechanisms of gene          Investigate the levels of control of
expression in prokaryotic and            gene expression in eukaryotic cells
MX71-01      Cells                     Molecular Biology   eukaryotic cells. (L, P)                 including pre-transcriptional, post-
transcriptional, pre-translational, and
post-translational factors.
Investigate the basic tools and          Describe the basic steps in genetic
MX75-04      Genetic Engineering       Molecular Biology   techniques used to manipulate DNA. engineering experiments.
(L, P)
Investigate the basic tools and          Evaluate the moral and ethical issues
MX75-04      Genetic Engineering       Molecular Biology   techniques used to manipulate DNA. related to genetic engineering.
(L, P)
Utilize critical thinking and scientific Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and         investigations in oral, written, and
In the Beginning, There
PX21-01                                Botany              performing biological research and       graphic form.
Was the Word
experimentation. (L,P,E)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name             Strand Text               Standard Text                              Objective Text
Strategy #

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX21-02      Use Prefixes or Roots          Botany             performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L,P,E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX21-03      Connect the Words              Botany             performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L,P,E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
Know Why You are Writing-
PX24-01                                Botany                  performing biological research and         graphic form.
-and for Whom
experimentation. (L,P,E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX24-02      Draw Before You Write          Botany             performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L,P,E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX24-03      It's Not Over 'Til It's Over   Botany             performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L,P,E)

Analyze the physical and chemical          Compare and contrast the
processes of plants. (L, P)                relationships of photosynthesis,
Photosynthesis and
MX72-01                                     Botany                                                        cellular respiration, and translocation
Respiration
to overall plant survival.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name         Strand Text              Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Analyze the physical and chemical    Compare and contrast the
processes of plants. (L, P)          relationships of photosynthesis,
MX71-03      Respiration and Excretion Botany                                                  cellular respiration, and translocation
to overall plant survival.

Identify the structures and processes Compare and contrast the structures
of sexual and asexual reproduction in and mechanisms involved in sexual
MX71-05      Reproduction              Botany             plants. (L)                           and asexual reproduction in selected
plant species.

Describe the ecological importance   Compare and contrast plant structure,
Biosphere: Interactions                      of plants. (L, E)                    form, and adaptation and describe
MX90-01                                Botany
Among Life and Nonlife                                                            how each relates to habitat (biome).

Describe the ecological importance   Identify concepts such as nutrient
of plants. (L, E)                    cycling, succession, natural selection,
MX72-04      Succession                Botany                                                  competition, and symbiosis that
influence/alter plant stability within the
environment.
Describe the ecological importance   Identify concepts such as nutrient
of plants. (L, E)                    cycling, succession, natural selection,
MX76-02      Natural Selection         Botany                                                  competition, and symbiosis that
influence/alter plant stability within the
environment.
Explore the principles of plant      Explain the results of monohybrid and
genetics. (L)                        dihybrid crosses.
MX75-04      Genetic Engineering       Botany

Explore the principles of plant      Explain the effects of genetic
genetics. (L)                        engineering of plants on society.
MX75-04      Genetic Engineering       Botany
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name           Strand Text               Standard Text                              Objective Text
Strategy #

Review the general characteristics         Describe the characteristics of
MX73-01      The Five Kingdoms          Zoology             and phylogeny of animals. (L)              animals that distinguish them from
other kingdoms.
Review the general characteristics         Describe the characteristics of
MX73-02      Levels of Classification   Zoology             and phylogeny of animals. (L)              animals that distinguish them from
other kingdoms.
Review the general characteristics         Discuss adaptations of the major
MX76-03      Adaptation in Action       Zoology             and phylogeny of animals. (L)              phyla that lead to their survival.

Compare and contrast the anatomy           digestion, symmetry, germ layers,
and physiology of the 9 major phyla        circulation, support, body plan,
MX71-03      Respiration and Excretion Zoology              of the animal kingdom with special         coordination, locomotion, excretion,
attention to: (L)                          reproduction, embryonic development

Compare and contrast the anatomy           digestion, symmetry, germ layers,
and physiology of the 9 major phyla        circulation, support, body plan,
MX71-04      Coordination and Control   Zoology             of the animal kingdom with special         coordination, locomotion, excretion,
attention to: (L)                          reproduction, embryonic development

Relate the life histories of groups of     Discuss the advantages and
MX71-05      Reproduction               Zoology             animals to the success of the groups.      disadvantages of both asexual and
(L)                                        sexual reproduction.
Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
In the Beginning, There
PX21-01                                 Aquatic Science     performing biological research and         graphic form.
Was the Word
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific   Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and           investigations in oral, written, and
PX21-02      Use Prefixes or Roots      Aquatic Science     performing biological research and         graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name              Strand Text               Standard Text                               Objective Text
Strategy #

Utilize critical thinking and scientific    Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and            investigations in oral, written, and
PX21-03      Connect the Words              Aquatic Science     performing biological research and          graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific    Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and            investigations in oral, written, and
Know Why You are Writing-
PX24-01                                Aquatic Science          performing biological research and          graphic form.
-and for Whom
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific    Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and            investigations in oral, written, and
PX24-02      Draw Before You Write          Aquatic Science     performing biological research and          graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Utilize critical thinking and scientific    Communicate results of scientific
problem solving in designing and            investigations in oral, written, and
PX24-03      It's Not Over 'Til It's Over   Aquatic Science     performing biological research and          graphic form.
experimentation. (L, P, E)

Analyze the physical and chemical           Investigate the causes and
properties of water and how they            characteristics of tides.
MX86-03      Earth and Its Moon             Aquatic Science
affect the organisms that live in it. (L,
P)
Analyze the physical and chemical           Describe the various biogeochemical
properties of water and how they            cycles.
MX77-01      Carbon Cycle                   Aquatic Science
affect the organisms that live in it. (L,
P)
Analyze the physical and chemical           Describe the various biogeochemical
properties of water and how they            cycles.
MX77-02      Water Cycle                    Aquatic Science
affect the organisms that live in it. (L,
P)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name           Strand Text               Standard Text                              Objective Text
Strategy #

Analyze the physical and chemical           Describe the various biogeochemical
properties of water and how they            cycles.
MX77-03      Nitrogen Cycle             Aquatic Science
affect the organisms that live in it. (L,
P)
Describe major geologic features of         Identify the causes and effects of
Weathering, Erosion, and
MX84-03                                 Aquatic Science     specific aquatic environments. (L, E)       erosion.
Deposition
Describe major geologic features of Define terminology associated with
MX84-01      Plate Tectonics            Aquatic Science     specific aquatic environments. (L, E) plate tectonics.

Describe major geologic features of Compare the formation of dunes,
Earthquakes and
MX84-04                                 Aquatic Science     specific aquatic environments. (L, E) reefs, barrier/volcanic islands, and
Volcanoes
coastal/flood plains.
Describe the biodiversity and         Analyze the adaptations of
MX76-03      Adaptation in Action       Aquatic Science     interactions among aquatic life. (L)  representative organisms to aquatic
environments.
Describe the biodiversity and         Analyze the relationship of organisms
MX72-02      Food Webs and Chains       Aquatic Science     interactions among aquatic life. (L)  in food chains/webs within aquatic
environments.
Describe the biodiversity and         Compare and contrast aquatic
MX72-02      Food Webs and Chains       Aquatic Science     interactions among aquatic life. (L)  producers, consumers, and
decomposers.
Examine the unique properties of      Describe the abiotic and biotic
Biosphere: Interactions
MX90-01                                 Aquatic Science     selected aquatic ecosystems. (L, E) characteristics of a river, stream, lake,
Among Life and Nonlife
pond, and swamp.
Examine the unique properties of      Describe the abiotic and biotic
Biosphere: Interactions
MX90-01                                 Aquatic Science     selected aquatic ecosystems. (L, E) characteristics of a bay, sound,
Among Life and Nonlife
estuary, and marsh.
Investigate the Earth internal and    Identify the layers and sublayers of the
MX85-01      Atmosphere and Weather Geology                 external components. (E)              atmosphere and of the earth.

Investigate the Earth internal and          Describe the basic kinds of rocks and
MX91-02      Types of Rocks             Geology             external components. (E)                    their subtypes.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text              Standard Text                         Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate the Earth internal and    Discuss the characteristics of mineral
MX91-01      The Rock Cycle             Geology            external components. (E)              deposit types and methods of
formation.
Investigate the interaction between   Determine the effects of physical
MX84-02      Glaciation                 Geology            the Earth internal and external       weathering (atmospheric, glacial,
components. (E, P)                    etc.).
Investigate the interaction between   Determine the effects of physical
Weathering, Erosion, and
MX84-03                                 Geology            the Earth internal and external       weathering (atmospheric, glacial,
Deposition
components. (E, P)                    etc.).
Investigate the interaction between   Examine the effects of chemical
MX78-01      Biomagnification           Geology            the Earth internal and external       weathering (acid rain, etc.).
components. (E, P)
Investigate the interaction between   Examine the interaction of erupting
Earthquakes and
MX84-04                                 Geology            the Earth internal and external       volcanoes and the atmosphere.
Volcanoes
components. (E, P)
Investigate the interaction between   Describe the various cycles (water,
MX77-01      Carbon Cycle               Geology            the Earth internal and external       carbon dioxide, nitrogen, etc.).
components. (E, P)
Investigate the interaction between   Describe the various cycles (water,
MX77-02      Water Cycle                Geology            the Earth internal and external       carbon dioxide, nitrogen, etc.).
components. (E, P)
Investigate the interaction between   Describe the various cycles (water,
MX77-03      Nitrogen Cycle             Geology            the Earth internal and external       carbon dioxide, nitrogen, etc.).
components. (E, P)
Investigate plate tectonics. (E)      Explore the theories of plate
MX84-01      Plate Tectonics            Geology                                                  development and continental drift.

Investigate plate tectonics. (E)      Explain the process that power crustal
MX84-01      Plate Tectonics            Geology                                                  movements.

Investigate plate tectonics. (E)      Identify and describe the types of
MX84-01      Plate Tectonics            Geology                                                  crustal movements and their resulting
landforms.
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name        Strand Text              Standard Text                      Objective Text
Strategy #

Investigate plate tectonics. (E)   Locate areas of crustal movement
MX84-01      Plate Tectonics          Geology                                               around the world.

Investigate plate tectonics. (E)   Explain the processes that create
Earthquakes and
MX84-04                               Geology                                               earthquakes and volcanoes.
Volcanoes
State: Mississippi
Content: Social Studies

Standards Correlation Date: 9/03
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text              Standard Text                                 Objective Text
Strategy #
Identify basic economic concepts. (C, Define scarcity, opportunity cost, trade-offs,
MX101-01 Back to Basics           Economics       H, G, E)                              productivity, inflation, deflation, monopoly, free
enterprise, oligarchy .
Identify basic economic concepts. (C, Determine equilibrium price on demand and
MX101-01 Back to Basics           Economics       H, G, E)                              supply schedules and curves.

Identify basic economic concepts. (C, Describe how the laws of supply and demand
MX101-01 Back to Basics           Economics       H, G, E)                              interact.

Explain how people organize for the    Explain how the scarcity of productive resources
production, distribution, and          (e.g., human, capital, technological and natural)
Understand Business                    consumption of goods and service.      require the development of economic systems to
MX102-02                          Economics
Behavior                               (C, H, G, E)                           make decisions about how goods and services
are produced and distributed.

Explain how people organize for the    Identify basic business organizations, include
MX102-02                          Economics
Behavior                                 consumption of goods and service.
(C, H, G, E)
Discuss relationships among the        Analyze the behavior of the consumer and the
various economic systems such as       producer in a market economy and their impact
Be an Informed                         households, business firms, banks,     on price.
MX102-01                          Economics
Consumer                               government agencies, labor unions,
and corporations. (C, H, G, E)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text             Standard Text                                Objective Text
Strategy #
Discuss relationships among the       Interpret the phases of the business cycle.
various economic systems such as
MX102-02                          Economics
Behavior                               government agencies, labor unions,
and corporations. (C, H, G, E)

Discuss relationships among the       Explain the operation of the stock market.
various economic systems such as
government agencies, labor unions,
and corporations. (C, H, G, E)

Discuss relationships among the       Discuss government controls on our economy
various economic systems such as      (e.g., monetary policy, fiscal policy, federal
households, business firms, banks,    reserve, etc.).
government agencies, labor unions,
and corporations. (C, H, G, E)

Explain how geography, economics,     Trace the historical development of the United
and history have influenced the       States political system.
MX103-01 Structure of Government US Government    political development of the United
States. (C, H, G, E)

Explain how geography, economics,     Trace the historical development of the United
and history have influenced the       States political system.
MX96-01    Beginnings             US Government   political development of the United
States. (C, H, G, E)

Explain how geography, economics,     Describe how the Constitution embodies the
and history have influenced the       principles of American democracy.
MX103-01 Structure of Government US Government    political development of the United
States. (C, H, G, E)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text              Standard Text                               Objective Text
Strategy #
Explain how geography, economics,     Describe how the Constitution embodies the
and history have influenced the       principles of American democracy.
MX104-01 Read the Rules           US Government   political development of the United
States. (C, H, G, E)

Explain how geography, economics,     Compare/contrast capitalism and other
and history have influenced the       economic systems.
MX103-03 Government Systems       US Government   political development of the United
States. (C, H, G, E)

Explain how geography, economics,     Compare/contrast capitalism and other
and history have influenced the       economic systems.
MX103-02 Purpose of Government US Government      political development of the United
States. (C, H, G, E)

Explain how geography, economics,     Describe the impact of the different branches of
and history have influenced the       government on American society.
MX103-03 Government Systems       US Government   political development of the United
States. (C, H, G, E)

Analyze the United States federal     Identify the structure of the United States federal
form of government. (C, H)            system according to the Constitution and its
MX103-01 Structure of Government US Government                                          amendments (e.g., separation of powers, checks
and balances, judicial review, etc.).

Analyze the United States federal     Identify the structure of the United States federal
form of government. (C, H)            system according to the Constitution and its
MX104-01 Read the Rules           US Government                                         amendments (e.g., separation of powers, checks
and balances, judicial review, etc.).

Analyze the United States federal     Evaluate the flexibility of the United States
MX104-01 Read the Rules           US Government   form of government. (C, H)            Constitution (e.g., language, amendment
process, etc.).
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text              Standard Text                                  Objective Text
Strategy #
Explain how civic responsibilities are   Explain the rights, roles, privileges, and
important to Americans as citizens of    responsibilities of citizens in American
MX103-01 Structure of Government US Government
the United States and a global           democracy (e.g., The Bill of Rights, etc.).
community. (C, E)
Explain how civic responsibilities are   Explain the rights, roles, privileges, and
important to Americans as citizens of    responsibilities of citizens in American
MX104-01 Read the Rules           US Government
the United States and a global           democracy (e.g., The Bill of Rights, etc.).
community. (C, E)
Explain how civic responsibilities are   Compare the United States government to other
important to Americans as citizens of    governments of the world.
MX103-03 Government Systems       US Government
the United States and a global
community. (C, E)
Explain how geography, economics,        Explain the emergence of modern America from
and politics have influenced the         a domestic perspective (e.g., frontier experience,
historical development of the United     Industrial Revolution and organized labor, reform
MX96-04    Expansion and Reform   US History      States in the global community. (H,      movements of Populism and Progressivism,
G, E)                                    Women’s Movement, Civil Rights Movement, the
New Deal, etc.).

Explain how geography, economics,        Explain the emergence of modern America from
and politics have influenced the         a domestic perspective (e.g., frontier experience,
historical development of the United     Industrial Revolution and organized labor, reform
Civil War and
MX96-05                           US History      States in the global community. (H,      movements of Populism and Progressivism,
Reconstruction
G, E)                                    Women’s Movement, Civil Rights Movement, the
New Deal, etc.).

Explain how geography, economics,        Explain the emergence of modern America from
and politics have influenced the         a domestic perspective (e.g., frontier experience,
historical development of the United     Industrial Revolution and organized labor, reform
MX97-01    Industrialization      US History      States in the global community. (H,      movements of Populism and Progressivism,
G, E)                                    Women’s Movement, Civil Rights Movement, the
New Deal, etc.).
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text             Standard Text                                  Objective Text
Strategy #
Explain how geography, economics,      Explain the changing role of the United States in
and politics have influenced the       world affairs since 1877 through wars, conflicts,
Emergence of Modern
MX97-02                           US History      historical development of the United   and foreign policy (e.g., Spanish-American War,
America
States in the global community. (H,    Korean conflict, containment policy, etc.).
G, E)
Explain how geography, economics,      Explain the changing role of the United States in
and politics have influenced the       world affairs since 1877 through wars, conflicts,
Great Depression and
MX97-03                           US History      historical development of the United   and foreign policy (e.g., Spanish-American War,
World War II
States in the global community. (H,    Korean conflict, containment policy, etc.).
G, E)
Explain how geography, economics,      Explain the changing role of the United States in
and politics have influenced the       world affairs since 1877 through wars, conflicts,
MX97-04    The Post-War Era       US History      historical development of the United   and foreign policy (e.g., Spanish-American War,
States in the global community. (H,    Korean conflict, containment policy, etc.).
G, E)
Explain how geography, economics,      Trace the expansion of the United States and its
and politics have influenced the       acquisition of territory from 1877 (e.g.,
MX96-04    Expansion and Reform   US History      historical development of the United   expansionism and imperialism).
States in the global community. (H,
G, E)
Describe the impact of science and     Examine the continuing impact of the Industrial
technology on the historical           Revolution on the development of our nation
MX97-01    Industrialization      US History
development of the United States in    (e.g., mass production, computer operations,
the global community. (H, G, E)        etc.).
Analyze the contributions of           Examine the role of government in the
Americans to the ongoing democratic    preservation of citizens’ rights (e.g., 19th
MX103-01 Structure of Government US History
process to include civic               Amendment, Civil Rights Act of 1964).
responsibilities. (C, H)
Analyze the contributions of           Examine the role of government in the
Americans to the ongoing democratic    preservation of citizens’ rights (e.g., 19th
MX104-01 Read the Rules           US History
process to include civic               Amendment, Civil Rights Act of 1964).
responsibilities. (C, H)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name     Strand Text             Standard Text                                 Objective Text
Strategy #
Analyze the contributions of          Examine the role of government in the
Americans to the ongoing democratic   preservation of citizens’ rights (e.g., 19th
MX104-02 Democracy in Action      US History
process to include civic              Amendment, Civil Rights Act of 1964).
responsibilities. (C, H)
Analyze the contributions of          Examine individuals’ duties and responsibilities
Americans to the ongoing democratic   in a democratic society (e.g., voting,
MX104-02 Democracy in Action      US History
process to include civic              volunteerism, etc.).
responsibilities. (C, H)
Analyze the contributions of          Examine individuals’ duties and responsibilities
Americans to the ongoing democratic   in a democratic society (e.g., voting,
MX104-01 Read the Rules           US History
process to include civic              volunteerism, etc.).
responsibilities. (C, H)
Explain how geography, economics,     Describe movements that led to conflicts and
and politics have influenced the      revolutions in the late 18th/19th/20th centuries
Civil War and                          historical development of various     (e.g., nationalism, industrialism).
MX96-05                           World History
Reconstruction                         civilizations/nations since the
Industrial Revolution. (C, H, G, E)

Explain how geography, economics,     Describe movements that led to conflicts and
and politics have influenced the      revolutions in the late 18th/19th/20th centuries
historical development of various     (e.g., nationalism, industrialism).
MX97-01    Industrialization      World History
civilizations/nations since the
Industrial Revolution. (C, H, G, E)

Explain how geography, economics,     Describe movements that led to conflicts and
and politics have influenced the      revolutions in the late 18th/19th/20th centuries
Emergence of Modern                    historical development of various     (e.g., nationalism, industrialism).
MX97-02                           World History
America                                civilizations/nations since the
Industrial Revolution. (C, H, G, E)
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name      Strand Text                Standard Text                                 Objective Text
Strategy #
Explain how geography, economics,       Describe movements that led to conflicts and
and politics have influenced the        revolutions in the late 18th/19th/20th centuries
Great Depression and                      historical development of various       (e.g., nationalism, industrialism).
MX97-03                           World History
World War II                              civilizations/nations since the
Industrial Revolution. (C, H, G, E)

Explain how geography, economics,       Describe movements that led to conflicts and
and politics have influenced the        revolutions in the late 18th/19th/20th centuries
historical development of various       (e.g., nationalism, industrialism).
MX97-04    The Post-War Era       World History
civilizations/nations since the
Industrial Revolution. (C, H, G, E)

Describe the impact of science and    Explain the causes and consequences of the
MX97-01    Industrialization      World History      technology on the historical          agricultural and industrial revolutions of the 18th
development of the world. (H, G, E)   century on the modern world.
Understand global trade. (C, H, G, E) Analyze the impact of different international
organizations and agreements on the world
MX101-03 Markets and Trade        Global Studies
economy (e.g., OPEC, NAFTA, Most Favored
Understand global trade. (C, H, G, E) Analyze the impact of different international
organizations and agreements on the world
MX101-04 Economic Systems         Global Studies
economy (e.g., OPEC, NAFTA, Most Favored
Understand global trade. (C, H, G, E) Identify the most important items of trade on the
MX101-03 Markets and Trade        Global Studies                                           global market.

Understand global trade. (C, H, G, E) Identify the most important items of trade on the
MX101-04 Economic Systems         Global Studies                                           global market.

Explain how geography, economics, Analyze legislation, rules, and regulations that
and politics have influenced minority have affected the experiences of minority groups
MX96-04    Expansion and Reform   Minority Studies
groups in the United States. (C, G, E) in the United States (e.g., Jim Crow Laws, 19th
Amendment, etc.).
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name       Strand Text                   Standard Text                                Objective Text
Strategy #
Explain how geography, economics, Analyze legislation, rules, and regulations that
and politics have influenced minority have affected the experiences of minority groups
MX97-01    Industrialization       Minority Studies
groups in the United States. (C, G, E) in the United States (e.g., Jim Crow Laws, 19th
Amendment, etc.).
Explain how geography, economics, Analyze legislation, rules, and regulations that
Civil War and                               and politics have influenced minority have affected the experiences of minority groups
MX96-05                            Minority Studies
Reconstruction                              groups in the United States. (C, G, E) in the United States (e.g., Jim Crow Laws, 19th
Amendment, etc.).
Explain how geography, economics, Analyze legislation, rules, and regulations that
Emergence of Modern                         and politics have influenced minority have affected the experiences of minority groups
MX97-02                            Minority Studies
America                                     groups in the United States. (C, G, E) in the United States (e.g., Jim Crow Laws, 19th
Amendment, etc.).
Describe the relationship of people, Describe major events that led to civil rights for
MX97-04    The Post-War Era        Minority Studies    places, and environments through       minority groups.
time. (C, H, G, E)
Describe the relationship of people, Describe major events that led to civil rights for
MX97-05    Contemporary America    Minority Studies    places, and environments through       minority groups.
time. (C, H, G, E)
Examine the discipline of history. (H) Identify the tools and methodologies of historical
Identify Context and    Introduction to the
MX98-01                                                                                       inquiry and interpretation.
Purpose                 Social Studies
Examine the discipline of history. (H) Identify the tools and methodologies of historical
Introduction to the
MX98-02    Compare and Contrast                                                                 inquiry and interpretation.
Social Studies
Examine the discipline of history. (H) Identify the tools and methodologies of historical
Introduction to the
MX98-03    Explain Discrepancies                                                                inquiry and interpretation.
Social Studies
Examine the discipline of history. (H) Identify the tools and methodologies of historical
Introduction to the
MX98-04    Build the Big Picture                                                                inquiry and interpretation.
Social Studies
Examine the discipline of history. (H) Identify the tools and methodologies of historical
Introduction to the
MX98-05    Draw Conclusions                                                                     inquiry and interpretation.
Social Studies
Skill/
Skill/ Strategy Name          Strand Text                   Standard Text                                Objective Text
Strategy #
Examine the discipline of history. (H) Identify the tools and methodologies of historical
Introduction to the
MX99-01    Gather Information                                                                      inquiry and interpretation.
Social Studies
Examine the discipline of history. (H) Identify the tools and methodologies of historical
Introduction to the
MX99-02    Establish Context                                                                       inquiry and interpretation.
Social Studies
Examine the discipline of history. (H) Identify the tools and methodologies of historical
Look at Different Points   Introduction to the
MX99-03                                                                                            inquiry and interpretation.
of View                    Social Studies
Examine the discipline of history. (H) Identify the tools and methodologies of historical
Introduction to the
MX99-04    Analyze Impact                                                                          inquiry and interpretation.
Social Studies
Examine the discipline of history. (H) Identify the tools and methodologies of historical
MX99-05                                                                                            inquiry and interpretation.
Alternatives               Social Studies
Examine the discipline of political      Identify the tools and methodologies of political
Introduction to the
MX100-01 Clarify the Issue                                science. (C, H)                          inquiry.
Social Studies
Examine the discipline of political      Identify the tools and methodologies of political
Find Parallels and         Introduction to the
MX100-02                                                  science. (C, H)                          inquiry.
Precedents                 Social Studies
Examine the discipline of political      Identify the tools and methodologies of political
Introduction to the
MX100-03 Examine Influences                               science. (C, H)                          inquiry.
Social Studies
Examine the discipline of political      Identify the tools and methodologies of political
Introduction to the
MX100-04 Generate Alternatives                            science. (C, H)                          inquiry.
Social Studies
Examine the discipline of political      Identify the tools and methodologies of political
Introduction to the
MX100-05 Predict Consequences                             science. (C, H)                          inquiry.
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