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State: South Carolina Grades: 9-12 Content:Mathematics Standards Correlation Date: 10/03 Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX04-04 Scientific Notation Number and Operations: Develop a deeper understanding of Read, write, and represent very large Understand numbers, ways of very large and very small numbers and very small numbers in a variety of representing numbers, relationships and of various representations of forms including exponential and radical. among numbers, and number them. systems. MX20-01 Numbers Number and Operations: Develop a deeper understanding of Read, write, and represent very large Understand numbers, ways of very large and very small numbers and very small numbers in a variety of representing numbers, relationships and of various representations of forms including exponential and radical. among numbers, and number them. systems. MX109-02 Form and Function Number and Operations: Understand vectors and matrices as Use vectors to represent situations that Understand numbers, ways of systems that have some of the involve both magnitude and direction, representing numbers, relationships properties of the real number system. such as force, displacement, velocity, among numbers, and number and acceleration. systems. MX109-02 Form and Function Number and Operations: Understand vectors and matrices as Identify and use properties related to Understand numbers, ways of systems that have some of the operations with matrices to justify the representing numbers, relationships properties of the real number system. steps in solving problems that arise among numbers, and number from applications. systems. MX66-01 Addition and Number and Operations: Understand vectors and matrices as Identify and use properties related to Subtraction Understand numbers, ways of systems that have some of the operations with matrices to justify the representing numbers, relationships properties of the real number system. steps in solving problems that arise among numbers, and number from applications. systems. MX66-02 Scalar Multiplication Number and Operations: Understand vectors and matrices as Identify and use properties related to Understand numbers, ways of systems that have some of the operations with matrices to justify the representing numbers, relationships properties of the real number system. steps in solving problems that arise among numbers, and number from applications. systems. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX06-04 Commutativity Number and Operations: Use number-theory arguments to Use the commutative, associative, Understand numbers, ways of justify relationships involving whole distributive, equality, and identity representing numbers, relationships numbers. properties to justify the steps in solving among numbers, and number equations and inequalities. systems. MX06-08 Associative and Number and Operations: Use number-theory arguments to Use the commutative, associative, Distributive Understand numbers, ways of justify relationships involving whole distributive, equality, and identity Properties representing numbers, relationships numbers. properties to justify the steps in solving among numbers, and number equations and inequalities. systems. MX66-01 Addition and Number and Operations: Develop an understanding of Organize data and perform operations Subtraction Understand meanings of operations properties of, and representations of addition, subtraction, and scalar and how they relate to one another. multiplication to solve problems using for, the addition and multiplication of vectors and matrices. matrices. MX66-02 Scalar Multiplication Number and Operations: Develop an understanding of Organize data and perform operations Understand meanings of operations properties of, and representations of addition, subtraction, and scalar and how they relate to one another. multiplication to solve problems using for, the addition and multiplication of vectors and matrices. matrices. MX21-01 Round Off Number and Operations: Compute Develop fluency in operations with Given a problem situation, determine fluently and make reasonable real numbers, vectors, and matrices, whether to use a rough estimate, an estimates. using mental computation or paper- approximation, or an exact answer. and-pencil calculations for simple Select a suitable method of computing cases and technology for more from techniques such as the use of complicated cases. mental mathematics, paper and pencil computations, calculators, and computers. MX21-02 Approximate Sums Number and Operations: Compute Develop fluency in operations with Given a problem situation, determine fluently and make reasonable real numbers, vectors, and matrices, whether to use a rough estimate, an estimates. using mental computation or paper- approximation, or an exact answer. and-pencil calculations for simple Select a suitable method of computing cases and technology for more from techniques such as the use of complicated cases. mental mathematics, paper and pencil computations, calculators, and computers. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX21-03 Approximate Number and Operations: Compute Develop fluency in operations with Given a problem situation, determine Products fluently and make reasonable real numbers, vectors, and matrices, whether to use a rough estimate, an estimates. using mental computation or paper- approximation, or an exact answer. and-pencil calculations for simple Select a suitable method of computing cases and technology for more from techniques such as the use of complicated cases. mental mathematics, paper and pencil computations, calculators, and computers. MX21-04 Approximate Number and Operations: Compute Develop fluency in operations with Given a problem situation, determine Square Roots fluently and make reasonable real numbers, vectors, and matrices, whether to use a rough estimate, an estimates. using mental computation or paper- approximation, or an exact answer. and-pencil calculations for simple Select a suitable method of computing cases and technology for more from techniques such as the use of complicated cases. mental mathematics, paper and pencil computations, calculators, and computers. PX37-01 Round Off and Number and Operations: Compute Develop fluency in operations with Given a problem situation, determine Guesstimate fluently and make reasonable real numbers, vectors, and matrices, whether to use a rough estimate, an estimates. using mental computation or paper- approximation, or an exact answer. and-pencil calculations for simple Select a suitable method of computing cases and technology for more from techniques such as the use of complicated cases. mental mathematics, paper and pencil computations, calculators, and computers. PX37-02 Use Your Calculator Number and Operations: Compute Develop fluency in operations with Given a problem situation, determine Sparingly fluently and make reasonable real numbers, vectors, and matrices, whether to use a rough estimate, an estimates. using mental computation or paper- approximation, or an exact answer. and-pencil calculations for simple Select a suitable method of computing cases and technology for more from techniques such as the use of complicated cases. mental mathematics, paper and pencil computations, calculators, and computers. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX37-03 Show Your Work Number and Operations: Compute Develop fluency in operations with Given a problem situation, determine fluently and make reasonable real numbers, vectors, and matrices, whether to use a rough estimate, an estimates. using mental computation or paper- approximation, or an exact answer. and-pencil calculations for simple Select a suitable method of computing cases and technology for more from techniques such as the use of complicated cases. mental mathematics, paper and pencil computations, calculators, and computers. PX37-04 Check Backwards Number and Operations: Compute Develop fluency in operations with Given a problem situation, determine fluently and make reasonable real numbers, vectors, and matrices, whether to use a rough estimate, an estimates. using mental computation or paper- approximation, or an exact answer. and-pencil calculations for simple Select a suitable method of computing cases and technology for more from techniques such as the use of complicated cases. mental mathematics, paper and pencil computations, calculators, and computers. MX12-01 Exponents Algebra: Understand patterns, Generalize patterns using explicitly Use patterns to generate the laws of relations, and functions. defined and recursively defined exponents and apply them in problem- functions. solving situations. MX41-01 Graphs Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX41-02 Diagrams Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX41-03 Tables Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX09-01 Solve Equations by Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among Substitution relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX09-02 Solve Linear Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among Equations With One relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, Unknown and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX09-03 Solve Quadratic Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among Equations relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX09-04 Solve Equations Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among With More Than relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, One Unknown and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX09-05 Use a Solution of Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among One Equation to relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, Solve Another and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX09-06 General Quadratic Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among Equations Using a relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, Formula and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX11-01 Add or Subtract Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among Quantities to relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, Inequalities and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX11-02 Multiply or Divide an Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among Inequality relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX11-03 Find the Product of Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among Two Numbers or relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, Expressions in and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal Inequalities them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX11-04 Solve Linear Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among Inequalities in One relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, Unknown and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX11-05 Solve Higher Order Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among Inequalities in One relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, Unknown and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX11-06 Use Inequalities to Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Represent relationships among Compare Fractions relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, quantities using concrete models, and use various representations for tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal them. descriptions, equations, and inequalities including representations involving computer algebra systems, spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX23-01 Tables and Charts Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Interpret situations in terms of given relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, graphs and create situations that fit and use various representations for given graphs. them. MX23-02 Graphs Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Interpret situations in terms of given relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, graphs and create situations that fit and use various representations for given graphs. them. MX23-03 Bar Graphs Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Interpret situations in terms of given relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, graphs and create situations that fit and use various representations for given graphs. them. MX23-04 Circle Graphs Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Interpret situations in terms of given relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, graphs and create situations that fit and use various representations for given graphs. them. MX23-05 Line Graphs Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Interpret situations in terms of given relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, graphs and create situations that fit and use various representations for given graphs. them. MX61-01 Study the Graph's Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Interpret situations in terms of given Shape relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, graphs and create situations that fit and use various representations for given graphs. them. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX61-02 Look at the Slope Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Interpret situations in terms of given relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, graphs and create situations that fit and use various representations for given graphs. them. MX61-03 Examine the X- and Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Interpret situations in terms of given Y- Intercepts relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, graphs and create situations that fit and use various representations for given graphs. them. MX61-04 Search for the Real Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Interpret situations in terms of given Solutions relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, graphs and create situations that fit and use various representations for given graphs. them. MX61-05 Determine Max or Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand relations and functions Interpret situations in terms of given Min relations, and functions. and select, convert flexibly among, graphs and create situations that fit and use various representations for given graphs. them. MX109-01 Time for a Change Algebra: Understand patterns, Analyze functions of one variable by Relate the solution(s) of quadratic relations, and functions. investigating rates of change, equations to the root(s) of the quadratic intercepts, zeros, asymptotes, and functions. local and global behavior. MX109-02 Form and Function Algebra: Understand patterns, Analyze functions of one variable by Determine domain and range relations, and functions. investigating rates of change, restrictions for linear and quadratic intercepts, zeros, asymptotes, and functions, given the constraints of the local and global behavior. problem. MX55-02 Solve Systems of Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the Identify and sketch the general forms Linear Equations relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, of linear (y = x) and quadratic (y = x2) Graphically including exponential, polynomial, parent functions. rational, logarithmic, and periodic functions. MX56-02 Solve a Line- Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the Identify and sketch the general forms Parabola System relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, of linear (y = x) and quadratic (y = x2) Graphically including exponential, polynomial, parent functions. rational, logarithmic, and periodic functions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX56-04 Solve a Line-Circle Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the Identify and sketch the general forms System Graphically relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, of linear (y = x) and quadratic (y = x2) including exponential, polynomial, parent functions. rational, logarithmic, and periodic functions. MX109-02 Form and Function Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the Determine reasonable domain and relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, range values for a variety of situations. including exponential, polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and periodic functions. MX110-02 Change a Variable Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the Relate direct variation to linear relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, functions and solve problems involving including exponential, polynomial, proportional change. rational, logarithmic, and periodic functions. MX13-06 The Y-Intercept Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the With and without using a graphing relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, calculator, investigate, describe, and including exponential, polynomial, predict the effects of changing the rational, logarithmic, and periodic slope and the y-intercept in applied functions. situations. MX13-08 Find the Slope Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the With and without using a graphing relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, calculator, investigate, describe, and including exponential, polynomial, predict the effects of changing the rational, logarithmic, and periodic slope and the y-intercept in applied functions. situations. MX50-01 Translation and Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the With and without using a graphing Reflection relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, calculator, investigate, describe, and including exponential, polynomial, predict the effects of vertical and rational, logarithmic, and periodic horizontal translations, reflections, and functions. dilations on linear and quadratic functions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX50-02 Dilation and Rotation Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the With and without using a graphing relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, calculator, investigate, describe, and including exponential, polynomial, predict the effects of vertical and rational, logarithmic, and periodic horizontal translations, reflections, and functions. dilations on linear and quadratic functions. MX109-01 Time for a Change Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the With and without using a graphing relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, calculator, investigate, describe, and including exponential, polynomial, predict the effects of vertical and rational, logarithmic, and periodic horizontal translations, reflections, and functions. dilations on linear and quadratic functions. MX109-02 Form and Function Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the With and without using a graphing relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, calculator, investigate, describe, and including exponential, polynomial, predict the effects of vertical and rational, logarithmic, and periodic horizontal translations, reflections, and functions. dilations on linear and quadratic functions. MX50-01 Translation and Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the With and without using a graphing Reflection relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, calculator, investigate, describe, and including exponential, polynomial, predict the effects of vertical and rational, logarithmic, and periodic horizontal translations, reflections, and functions. dilations on exponential, polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and periodic functions. MX50-02 Dilation and Rotation Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the With and without using a graphing relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, calculator, investigate, describe, and including exponential, polynomial, predict the effects of vertical and rational, logarithmic, and periodic horizontal translations, reflections, and functions. dilations on exponential, polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and periodic functions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX109-01 Time for a Change Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the With and without using a graphing relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, calculator, investigate, describe, and including exponential, polynomial, predict the effects of vertical and rational, logarithmic, and periodic horizontal translations, reflections, and functions. dilations on exponential, polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and periodic functions. MX109-02 Form and Function Algebra: Understand patterns, Understand and compare the With and without using a graphing relations, and functions. properties of classes of functions, calculator, investigate, describe, and including exponential, polynomial, predict the effects of vertical and rational, logarithmic, and periodic horizontal translations, reflections, and functions. dilations on exponential, polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and periodic functions. MX09-01 Solve Equations by Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and Substitution mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX09-02 Solve Linear Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and Equations With One mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in Unknown structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX09-03 Solve Quadratic Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and Equations mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX09-04 Solve Equations Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and With More Than mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in One Unknown structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX09-05 Use a Solution of Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and One Equation to mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in Solve Another structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX09-06 General Quadratic Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and Equations Using a mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in Formula structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX11-01 Add or Subtract Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and Quantities to mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in Inequalities structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX11-02 Multiply or Divide an Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and Inequality mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX11-03 Find the Product of Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and Two Numbers or mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in Expressions in structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. Inequalities fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX11-04 Solve Linear Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and Inequalities in One mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in Unknown structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX11-05 Solve Higher Order Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and Inequalities in One mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in Unknown structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX11-06 Use Inequalities to Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and Compare Fractions mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX08-01 Find Common Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and Factors mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX08-02 Factor Differences Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and of Two Squares mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX08-03 Factor Trinomials Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and into Binomials mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX08-04 Factor an Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Transform and solve equations and Expression mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of inequalities, factoring as necessary in Completely structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with problem situations. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX55-01 Solve Systems of Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Solve systems of linear equations Linear Equations mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of using concrete models, graphs, tables, Algebraically structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with and algebraic methods. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX55-02 Solve Systems of Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Solve systems of linear equations Linear Equations mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of using concrete models, graphs, tables, Graphically structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with and algebraic methods. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX09-02 Solve Linear Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Select a method for solving linear Equations With One mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of equations and inequalities and then Unknown structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with solve the equations and inequalities. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX09-04 Solve Equations Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Select a method for solving linear With More Than mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of equations and inequalities and then One Unknown structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with solve the equations and inequalities. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX09-05 Use a Solution of Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Select a method for solving linear One Equation to mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of equations and inequalities and then Solve Another structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with solve the equations and inequalities. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX11-04 Solve Linear Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Select a method for solving linear Inequalities in One mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of equations and inequalities and then Unknown structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with solve the equations and inequalities. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX11-05 Solve Higher Order Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Select a method for solving linear Inequalities in One mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of equations and inequalities and then Unknown structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with solve the equations and inequalities. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX55-01 Solve Systems of Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Select a method for solving linear Linear Equations mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of equations and inequalities and then Algebraically structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with solve the equations and inequalities. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX55-02 Solve Systems of Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Select a method for solving linear Linear Equations mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of equations and inequalities and then Graphically structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with solve the equations and inequalities. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX57-01 Solve Systems of Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Select a method for solving linear Inequalities mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of equations and inequalities and then Algebraically structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with solve the equations and inequalities. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX57-02 Solve Systems of Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Select a method for solving linear Inequalities mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of equations and inequalities and then Graphically structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with solve the equations and inequalities. fluency-mentally or with paper and pencil in simple cases and using technology in all cases. MX09-03 Solve Quadratic Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Solve quadratic equations using Equations mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of concrete models, tables, graphs, and structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with algebraic methods that include fluency-mentally or with paper and factoring, the quadratic formula, and pencil in simple cases and using computer algebra systems, technology in all cases. spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX09-06 General Quadratic Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Solve quadratic equations using Equations Using a mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of concrete models, tables, graphs, and Formula structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with algebraic methods that include fluency-mentally or with paper and factoring, the quadratic formula, and pencil in simple cases and using computer algebra systems, technology in all cases. spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX58-03 Use Quadratic Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Solve quadratic equations using Equations mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of concrete models, tables, graphs, and structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with algebraic methods that include fluency-mentally or with paper and factoring, the quadratic formula, and pencil in simple cases and using computer algebra systems, technology in all cases. spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX08-01 Find Common Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Solve quadratic equations using Factors mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of concrete models, tables, graphs, and structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with algebraic methods that include fluency-mentally or with paper and factoring, the quadratic formula, and pencil in simple cases and using computer algebra systems, technology in all cases. spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX08-02 Factor Differences Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Solve quadratic equations using of Two Squares mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of concrete models, tables, graphs, and structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with algebraic methods that include fluency-mentally or with paper and factoring, the quadratic formula, and pencil in simple cases and using computer algebra systems, technology in all cases. spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. MX08-03 Factor Trinomials Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Solve quadratic equations using into Binomials mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of concrete models, tables, graphs, and structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with algebraic methods that include fluency-mentally or with paper and factoring, the quadratic formula, and pencil in simple cases and using computer algebra systems, technology in all cases. spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX08-04 Factor an Algebra: Represent and analyze Write equivalent forms of equations, Solve quadratic equations using Expression mathematical situations and inequalities, and systems of concrete models, tables, graphs, and Completely structures using algebraic symbols. equations and solve them with algebraic methods that include fluency-mentally or with paper and factoring, the quadratic formula, and pencil in simple cases and using computer algebra systems, technology in all cases. spreadsheets, and graphing calculators. PX40-01 Define Your Algebra: Represent and analyze Use symbolic algebra to represent Use symbols to represent unknowns Variables mathematical situations and and explain mathematical and variables. structures using algebraic symbols. relationships. MX09-01 Solve Equations by Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the Substitution mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to linear structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including equations and inequalities. those carried out by technology. MX09-02 Solve Linear Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the Equations With One mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to linear Unknown structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including equations and inequalities. those carried out by technology. MX09-03 Solve Quadratic Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the Equations mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to linear structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including equations and inequalities. those carried out by technology. MX09-04 Solve Equations Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the With More Than mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to linear One Unknown structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including equations and inequalities. those carried out by technology. MX09-05 Use a Solution of Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the One Equation to mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to linear Solve Another structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including equations and inequalities. those carried out by technology. MX09-06 General Quadratic Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the Equations Using a mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to linear Formula structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including equations and inequalities. those carried out by technology. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX11-01 Add or Subtract Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the Quantities to mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to linear Inequalities structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including equations and inequalities. those carried out by technology. MX11-02 Multiply or Divide an Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the Inequality mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to linear structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including equations and inequalities. those carried out by technology. MX11-03 Find the Product of Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the Two Numbers or mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to linear Expressions in structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including equations and inequalities. Inequalities those carried out by technology. MX11-04 Solve Linear Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the Inequalities in One mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to linear Unknown structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including equations and inequalities. those carried out by technology. MX11-05 Solve Higher Order Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the Inequalities in One mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to linear Unknown structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including equations and inequalities. those carried out by technology. MX11-06 Use Inequalities to Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the Compare Fractions mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to linear structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including equations and inequalities. those carried out by technology. MX55-01 Solve Systems of Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the Linear Equations mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to systems Algebraically structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including of linear equations. those carried out by technology. MX55-02 Solve Systems of Algebra: Represent and analyze Judge the meaning, utility, and Interpret solutions and determine the Linear Equations mathematical situations and reasonableness of the results of reasonableness of solutions to systems Graphically structures using algebraic symbols. symbol manipulations, including of linear equations. those carried out by technology. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX109-01 Time for a Change Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Determine whether or not given to represent and understand relationships in a situation and situations can be represented by linear quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of functions. functions that might model the relationships. MX109-01 Time for a Change Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Analyze situations involving linear to represent and understand relationships in a situation and functions and formulate linear quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of equations or inequalities to solve functions that might model the problems. relationships. MX09-02 Solve Linear Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Analyze situations involving linear Equations With One to represent and understand relationships in a situation and functions and formulate linear Unknown quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of equations or inequalities to solve functions that might model the problems. relationships. MX09-04 Solve Equations Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Analyze situations involving linear With More Than to represent and understand relationships in a situation and functions and formulate linear One Unknown quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of equations or inequalities to solve functions that might model the problems. relationships. MX09-05 Use a Solution of Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Analyze situations involving linear One Equation to to represent and understand relationships in a situation and functions and formulate linear Solve Another quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of equations or inequalities to solve functions that might model the problems. relationships. MX11-04 Solve Linear Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Analyze situations involving linear Inequalities in One to represent and understand relationships in a situation and functions and formulate linear Unknown quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of equations or inequalities to solve functions that might model the problems. relationships. MX11-05 Solve Higher Order Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Analyze situations involving linear Inequalities in One to represent and understand relationships in a situation and functions and formulate linear Unknown quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of equations or inequalities to solve functions that might model the problems. relationships. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX11-06 Use Inequalities to Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Analyze situations involving linear Compare Fractions to represent and understand relationships in a situation and functions and formulate linear quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of equations or inequalities to solve functions that might model the problems. relationships. MX58-01 Set Up the Equation Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Analyze situations involving linear to represent and understand relationships in a situation and functions and formulate linear quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of equations or inequalities to solve functions that might model the problems. relationships. MX58-02 Use Linear Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Analyze situations involving linear Equations to represent and understand relationships in a situation and functions and formulate linear quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of equations or inequalities to solve functions that might model the problems. relationships. MX56-01 Solve a Line- Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Analyze situations involving nonlinear Parabola System to represent and understand relationships in a situation and functions and formulate nonlinear Algebraically quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of equations or inequalities to solve functions that might model the problems. relationships. MX56-02 Solve a Line- Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Analyze situations involving nonlinear Parabola System to represent and understand relationships in a situation and functions and formulate nonlinear Graphically quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of equations or inequalities to solve functions that might model the problems. relationships. MX56-03 Solve a Line-Circle Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Analyze situations involving nonlinear System Algebraically to represent and understand relationships in a situation and functions and formulate nonlinear quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of equations or inequalities to solve functions that might model the problems. relationships. MX56-04 Solve a Line-Circle Algebra: Use mathematical models Identify essential quantitative Analyze situations involving nonlinear System Graphically to represent and understand relationships in a situation and functions and formulate nonlinear quantitative relationships. determine the class or classes of equations or inequalities to solve functions that might model the problems. relationships. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX47-01 Graph Equations Algebra: Use mathematical models Use symbolic expressions, including Graph and write equations of lines to represent and understand iterative and recursive forms, to given characteristics such as two quantitative relationships. represent relationships arising from points, a point and a slope, or a slope various contexts. and y-intercept. MX109-01 Time for a Change Algebra: Analyze change in various Approximate and interpret rates of Interpret rates of change as they apply contexts. change from graphical and to phenomena such as inflation, spread numerical data. of disease, population growth, tax brackets, and pollution. MX109-01 Time for a Change Algebra: Analyze change in various Approximate and interpret rates of Analyze graphical data gathered by contexts. change from graphical and technical equipment including numerical data. combinations of graphs, periodic phenomena, and rates of change. MX109-01 Time for a Change Algebra: Analyze change in various Approximate and interpret rates of Determine changes in slope relative to contexts. change from graphical and the changes in the independent numerical data. variable. MX110-02 Change a Variable Algebra: Analyze change in various Approximate and interpret rates of Determine changes in slope relative to contexts. change from graphical and the changes in the independent numerical data. variable. MX15-01 Triangle Basics Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX15-02 Perpendicular Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including Bisectors and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX15-03 Equilateral Triangles Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX15-04 Altitude Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX15-05 Area and Perimeter Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including of Triangles and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX15-06 Area and Perimeter Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including of Right Triangles and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX15-07 Area and Perimeter Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including of Equilateral and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; Triangles dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX16-01 Parallelograms Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX16-02 Rectangles Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX16-03 Rhombus Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX16-04 Squares Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX16-05 Trapezoids Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX16-06 Regular and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including Irregular Polygons and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; and Other Shapes dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX18-01 Tangents to a Circle Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX18-02 Central Angles Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX18-03 Inscribed Angles Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX18-04 Two Tangents to a Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including Circle and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX18-05 Area and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine geometric properties, including Circumference of a and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- properties of polygons; Circle dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX54-01 The Language of Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine ratios in similar figures and solids; and Geometry and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX54-02 Congruence and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine ratios in similar figures and solids; and Similarity and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX03-01 Ratios Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine ratios in similar figures and solids; and and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX16-06 Regular and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine angle relationships in polygons and Irregular Polygons and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- circles. and Other Shapes dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX18-02 Central Angles Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine angle relationships in polygons and and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- circles. dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX18-03 Inscribed Angles Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine angle relationships in polygons and and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- circles. dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX54-01 The Language of Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine Analyze ratios of similar figures and Geometry and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- analyze the properties of circles, dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. polygons, and their angle relationships. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX54-02 Congruence and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine Analyze ratios of similar figures and Similarity and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- analyze the properties of circles, dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. polygons, and their angle relationships. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX03-01 Ratios Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine Analyze ratios of similar figures and and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- analyze the properties of circles, dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. polygons, and their angle relationships. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX16-06 Regular and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine Analyze ratios of similar figures and Irregular Polygons and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- analyze the properties of circles, and Other Shapes dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. polygons, and their angle relationships. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX18-02 Central Angles Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine Analyze ratios of similar figures and and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- analyze the properties of circles, dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. polygons, and their angle relationships. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX18-03 Inscribed Angles Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine Analyze ratios of similar figures and and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- analyze the properties of circles, dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. polygons, and their angle relationships. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX17-01 Rectangular Solids Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine Examine and classify the cross and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- sections of three-dimensional objects. dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX17-02 Cubes Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine Examine and classify the cross and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- sections of three-dimensional objects. dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX17-03 Cylinders Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine Examine and classify the cross and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- sections of three-dimensional objects. dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX51-01 Prisms Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine Examine and classify the cross and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- sections of three-dimensional objects. dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX51-02 Pyramids Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine Examine and classify the cross and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- sections of three-dimensional objects. dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX51-03 Cones Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine Examine and classify the cross and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- sections of three-dimensional objects. dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX51-04 Spheres Geometry: Analyze characteristics Analyze properties and determine Examine and classify the cross and properties of two- and three- attributes of two- and three- sections of three-dimensional objects. dimensional geometric shapes and dimensional objects. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX54-01 The Language of Geometry: Analyze characteristics Explore relationships (including Identify, describe, and defend Geometry and properties of two- and three- congruence and similarity) among congruence and similarity between dimensional geometric shapes and classes of two- and three- shapes. develop mathematical arguments dimensional geometric objects, about geometric relationships. make and test conjectures about them, and solve problems involving them. MX54-02 Congruence and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Explore relationships (including Identify, describe, and defend Similarity and properties of two- and three- congruence and similarity) among congruence and similarity between dimensional geometric shapes and classes of two- and three- shapes. develop mathematical arguments dimensional geometric objects, about geometric relationships. make and test conjectures about them, and solve problems involving them. MX54-01 The Language of Geometry: Analyze characteristics Explore relationships (including Solve problems involving similar figures Geometry and properties of two- and three- congruence and similarity) among using proportion. dimensional geometric shapes and classes of two- and three- develop mathematical arguments dimensional geometric objects, about geometric relationships. make and test conjectures about them, and solve problems involving them. MX54-02 Congruence and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Explore relationships (including Solve problems involving similar figures Similarity and properties of two- and three- congruence and similarity) among using proportion. dimensional geometric shapes and classes of two- and three- develop mathematical arguments dimensional geometric objects, about geometric relationships. make and test conjectures about them, and solve problems involving them. MX03-03 Proportions Geometry: Analyze characteristics Explore relationships (including Solve problems involving similar figures and properties of two- and three- congruence and similarity) among using proportion. dimensional geometric shapes and classes of two- and three- develop mathematical arguments dimensional geometric objects, about geometric relationships. make and test conjectures about them, and solve problems involving them. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX54-01 The Language of Geometry: Analyze characteristics Explore relationships (including Justify conjectures about geometric Geometry and properties of two- and three- congruence and similarity) among figures using similarity and dimensional geometric shapes and classes of two- and three- transformations. develop mathematical arguments dimensional geometric objects, about geometric relationships. make and test conjectures about them, and solve problems involving them. MX54-02 Congruence and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Explore relationships (including Justify conjectures about geometric Similarity and properties of two- and three- congruence and similarity) among figures using similarity and dimensional geometric shapes and classes of two- and three- transformations. develop mathematical arguments dimensional geometric objects, about geometric relationships. make and test conjectures about them, and solve problems involving them. MX50-01 Translation and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Explore relationships (including Justify conjectures about geometric Reflection and properties of two- and three- congruence and similarity) among figures using similarity and dimensional geometric shapes and classes of two- and three- transformations. develop mathematical arguments dimensional geometric objects, about geometric relationships. make and test conjectures about them, and solve problems involving them. MX50-02 Dilation and Rotation Geometry: Analyze characteristics Explore relationships (including Justify conjectures about geometric and properties of two- and three- congruence and similarity) among figures using similarity and dimensional geometric shapes and classes of two- and three- transformations. develop mathematical arguments dimensional geometric objects, about geometric relationships. make and test conjectures about them, and solve problems involving them. MX110-01 Change a Dimension Geometry: Analyze characteristics Explore relationships (including Determine the resulting change in the and properties of two- and three- congruence and similarity) among area and volume of a figure when one dimensional geometric shapes and classes of two- and three- or more dimensions are change develop mathematical arguments dimensional geometric objects, about geometric relationships. make and test conjectures about them, and solve problems involving them. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX50-01 Translation and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Establish the validity of geometric Verify conjectures about angles, lines, Reflection and properties of two- and three- conjectures using deduction, prove polygons, circles, and three- dimensional geometric shapes and theorems, and critique arguments dimensional figures, choosing from a develop mathematical arguments made by others. variety of approaches such as about geometric relationships. coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. MX50-02 Dilation and Rotation Geometry: Analyze characteristics Establish the validity of geometric Verify conjectures about angles, lines, and properties of two- and three- conjectures using deduction, prove polygons, circles, and three- dimensional geometric shapes and theorems, and critique arguments dimensional figures, choosing from a develop mathematical arguments made by others. variety of approaches such as about geometric relationships. coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. MX14-01 Plane Geometry: Analyze characteristics Establish the validity of geometric Verify conjectures about angles, lines, Geometry—Basic and properties of two- and three- conjectures using deduction, prove polygons, circles, and three- Concepts dimensional geometric shapes and theorems, and critique arguments dimensional figures, choosing from a develop mathematical arguments made by others. variety of approaches such as about geometric relationships. coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. MX14-02 Angles Geometry: Analyze characteristics Establish the validity of geometric Verify conjectures about angles, lines, and properties of two- and three- conjectures using deduction, prove polygons, circles, and three- dimensional geometric shapes and theorems, and critique arguments dimensional figures, choosing from a develop mathematical arguments made by others. variety of approaches such as about geometric relationships. coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. MX14-03 Complimentary and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Establish the validity of geometric Verify conjectures about angles, lines, Supplementary and properties of two- and three- conjectures using deduction, prove polygons, circles, and three- Angles dimensional geometric shapes and theorems, and critique arguments dimensional figures, choosing from a develop mathematical arguments made by others. variety of approaches such as about geometric relationships. coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX14-04 Vertical Angles Geometry: Analyze characteristics Establish the validity of geometric Verify conjectures about angles, lines, and properties of two- and three- conjectures using deduction, prove polygons, circles, and three- dimensional geometric shapes and theorems, and critique arguments dimensional figures, choosing from a develop mathematical arguments made by others. variety of approaches such as about geometric relationships. coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. MX14-05 Parallel Lines Geometry: Analyze characteristics Establish the validity of geometric Verify conjectures about angles, lines, and properties of two- and three- conjectures using deduction, prove polygons, circles, and three- dimensional geometric shapes and theorems, and critique arguments dimensional figures, choosing from a develop mathematical arguments made by others. variety of approaches such as about geometric relationships. coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. MX40-01 Angles and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Use trigonometric relationships to Explore concepts and applications of Trigonometric and properties of two- and three- determine lengths and angle trigonometry by solving applied Functions dimensional geometric shapes and measures. problems using right-triangle develop mathematical arguments trigonometry. about geometric relationships. MX40-02 Trigonometric Geometry: Analyze characteristics Use trigonometric relationships to Explore concepts and applications of Identities and and properties of two- and three- determine lengths and angle trigonometry by solving applied Formulas dimensional geometric shapes and measures. problems using right-triangle develop mathematical arguments trigonometry. about geometric relationships. MX40-03 Periodicity of Geometry: Analyze characteristics Use trigonometric relationships to Explore concepts and applications of Trigonometric and properties of two- and three- determine lengths and angle trigonometry by solving applied Functions dimensional geometric shapes and measures. problems using right-triangle develop mathematical arguments trigonometry. about geometric relationships. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX40-01 Angles and Geometry: Analyze characteristics Use trigonometric relationships to Solve applied problems using the law Trigonometric and properties of two- and three- determine lengths and angle of sines and law of cosines. Functions dimensional geometric shapes and measures. develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships. MX10-01 Distance Problems Geometry: Specify locations and Use Cartesian coordinates and other Develop and use formulas including describe spatial relationships using coordinate systems, such as distance and midpoint. coordinate geometry and other navigational, polar, or spherical representational systems. systems, to analyze geometric situations. MX13-03 Distance Between Geometry: Specify locations and Use Cartesian coordinates and other Develop and use formulas including Two Points describe spatial relationships using coordinate systems, such as distance and midpoint. coordinate geometry and other navigational, polar, or spherical representational systems. systems, to analyze geometric situations. MX13-04 Determine the Geometry: Specify locations and Use Cartesian coordinates and other Develop and use formulas including Midpoint of a Line describe spatial relationships using coordinate systems, such as distance and midpoint. Segment coordinate geometry and other navigational, polar, or spherical representational systems. systems, to analyze geometric situations. MX13-04 Determine the Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Given two ordered pairs, find the Midpoint of a Line describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- distance between them, locate the Segment coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented midpoint of the segment, and representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. determine the slope of the line that contains them. MX13-08 Find the Slope Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Given two ordered pairs, find the describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- distance between them, locate the coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented midpoint of the segment, and representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. determine the slope of the line that contains them. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX13-01 Number Lines Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Describe geometric relationships using describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- slopes and equations of lines, including coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. special segments of triangles and other polygons. MX14-05 Parallel Lines Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Describe geometric relationships using describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- slopes and equations of lines, including coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. special segments of triangles and other polygons. MX15-01 Triangle Basics Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Describe geometric relationships using describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- slopes and equations of lines, including coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. special segments of triangles and other polygons. MX15-02 Perpendicular Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Describe geometric relationships using Bisectors describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- slopes and equations of lines, including coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. special segments of triangles and other polygons. MX15-03 Equilateral Triangles Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Describe geometric relationships using describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- slopes and equations of lines, including coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. special segments of triangles and other polygons. MX15-04 Altitude Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Describe geometric relationships using describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- slopes and equations of lines, including coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. special segments of triangles and other polygons. MX16-06 Regular and Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Describe geometric relationships using Irregular Polygons describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- slopes and equations of lines, including and Other Shapes coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. special segments of triangles and other polygons. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX13-01 Number Lines Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Given geometric figures, utilize a describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- coordinate system to identify and justify coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented conjectures. representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. MX13-02 Definitions Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Given geometric figures, utilize a describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- coordinate system to identify and justify coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented conjectures. representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. MX13-03 Distance Between Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Given geometric figures, utilize a Two Points describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- coordinate system to identify and justify coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented conjectures. representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. MX13-04 Determine the Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Given geometric figures, utilize a Midpoint of a Line describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- coordinate system to identify and justify Segment coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented conjectures. representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. MX13-05 Plot the Graph of a Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Given geometric figures, utilize a Line describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- coordinate system to identify and justify coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented conjectures. representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. MX13-06 The Y-Intercept Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Given geometric figures, utilize a describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- coordinate system to identify and justify coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented conjectures. representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. MX13-07 The X-Intercept Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Given geometric figures, utilize a describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- coordinate system to identify and justify coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented conjectures. representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. MX13-08 Find the Slope Geometry: Specify locations and Investigate conjectures and solve Given geometric figures, utilize a describe spatial relationships using problems involving two- and three- coordinate system to identify and justify coordinate geometry and other dimensional objects represented conjectures. representational systems. with Cartesian coordinates. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX66-01 Addition and Geometry: Apply transformations Understand and represent Solve applied problems using a system Subtraction and use symmetry to analyze translations, reflections, rotations of vectors or using matrix addition. mathematical situations. and dilations of objects in the plane by using sketches, coordinates, vectors, function notation, and matrices. MX50-01 Translation and Geometry: Apply transformations Understand and represent Plot coordinates for translations and Reflection and use symmetry to analyze translations, reflections, rotations describe the vertical and horizontal mathematical situations. and dilations of objects in the plane transformational vector(s). by using sketches, coordinates, vectors, function notation, and matrices. MX50-01 Translation and Geometry: Apply transformations Use various representations to help Translate, reflect, rotate, and dilate Reflection and use symmetry to analyze understand the effects of simple figures on the plane. mathematical situations. transformations and their compositions. MX50-02 Dilation and Rotation Geometry: Apply transformations Use various representations to help Translate, reflect, rotate, and dilate and use symmetry to analyze understand the effects of simple figures on the plane. mathematical situations. transformations and their compositions. MX50-01 Translation and Geometry: Apply transformations Use various representations to help Analyze the symmetry of objects using Reflection and use symmetry to analyze understand the effects of simple the language of transformations. mathematical situations. transformations and their compositions. MX50-02 Dilation and Rotation Geometry: Apply transformations Use various representations to help Analyze the symmetry of objects using and use symmetry to analyze understand the effects of simple the language of transformations. mathematical situations. transformations and their compositions. MX17-01 Rectangular Solids Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Represent a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional in two dimensions using graph or dot to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of paper. tools. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX17-02 Cubes Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Represent a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional in two dimensions using graph or dot to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of paper. tools. MX17-03 Cylinders Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Represent a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional in two dimensions using graph or dot to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of paper. tools. MX51-01 Prisms Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Represent a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional in two dimensions using graph or dot to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of paper. tools. MX51-02 Pyramids Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Represent a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional in two dimensions using graph or dot to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of paper. tools. MX51-03 Cones Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Represent a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional in two dimensions using graph or dot to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of paper. tools. MX51-04 Spheres Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Represent a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional in two dimensions using graph or dot to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of paper. tools. MX17-01 Rectangular Solids Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Construct a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional using a two-dimensional diagram such to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of as a blueprint or pattern. tools. MX17-02 Cubes Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Construct a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional using a two-dimensional diagram such to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of as a blueprint or pattern. tools. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX17-03 Cylinders Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Construct a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional using a two-dimensional diagram such to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of as a blueprint or pattern. tools. MX51-01 Prisms Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Construct a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional using a two-dimensional diagram such to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of as a blueprint or pattern. tools. MX51-02 Pyramids Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Construct a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional using a two-dimensional diagram such to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of as a blueprint or pattern. tools. MX51-03 Cones Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Construct a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional using a two-dimensional diagram such to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of as a blueprint or pattern. tools. MX51-04 Spheres Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Draw and construct representations Construct a three-dimensional object reasoning, and geometric modeling of two- and three-dimensional using a two-dimensional diagram such to solve problems. geometric objects using a variety of as a blueprint or pattern. tools. PX51-01 Interpret Different Geometry: Use visualization, spatial Visualize three-dimensional objects Use top, front, side, and corner views Views of an Object reasoning, and geometric modeling and spaces from different of three-dimensional objects to create to solve problems. perspectives and analyze their cross accurate and complete representations sections. and solve problems. MX26-01 Measurement Measurement: Understand Make decisions about units, scales, Make judgments about the Instruments and measurable attributes of objects and and viewing windows that are appropriateness of units of measure Techniques the units, systems, and processes of appropriate for problem situations and scales within a system and measurement. involving measurement. between systems. MX26-02 Measurement Measurement: Understand Make decisions about units, scales, Make judgments about the Problems measurable attributes of objects and and viewing windows that are appropriateness of units of measure the units, systems, and processes of appropriate for problem situations and scales within a system and measurement. involving measurement. between systems. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX26-02 Measurement Measurement: Apply appropriate Understand and use formulas for the Use formulas for surface area and Problems techniques, tools, and formulas to area, surface area, and volume of volume of three-dimensional objects to determine measurements geometric figures, including cones, solve practical problems. spheres, and cylinder. MX17-01 Rectangular Solids Measurement: Apply appropriate Understand and use formulas for the Use formulas for surface area and techniques, tools, and formulas to area, surface area, and volume of volume of three-dimensional objects to determine measurements geometric figures, including cones, solve practical problems. spheres, and cylinder. MX17-02 Cubes Measurement: Apply appropriate Understand and use formulas for the Use formulas for surface area and techniques, tools, and formulas to area, surface area, and volume of volume of three-dimensional objects to determine measurements geometric figures, including cones, solve practical problems. spheres, and cylinder. MX17-03 Cylinders Measurement: Apply appropriate Understand and use formulas for the Use formulas for surface area and techniques, tools, and formulas to area, surface area, and volume of volume of three-dimensional objects to determine measurements geometric figures, including cones, solve practical problems. spheres, and cylinder. MX51-01 Prisms Measurement: Apply appropriate Understand and use formulas for the Use formulas for surface area and techniques, tools, and formulas to area, surface area, and volume of volume of three-dimensional objects to determine measurements geometric figures, including cones, solve practical problems. spheres, and cylinder. MX51-02 Pyramids Measurement: Apply appropriate Understand and use formulas for the Use formulas for surface area and techniques, tools, and formulas to area, surface area, and volume of volume of three-dimensional objects to determine measurements geometric figures, including cones, solve practical problems. spheres, and cylinder. MX51-03 Cones Measurement: Apply appropriate Understand and use formulas for the Use formulas for surface area and techniques, tools, and formulas to area, surface area, and volume of volume of three-dimensional objects to determine measurements geometric figures, including cones, solve practical problems. spheres, and cylinder. MX51-04 Spheres Measurement: Apply appropriate Understand and use formulas for the Use formulas for surface area and techniques, tools, and formulas to area, surface area, and volume of volume of three-dimensional objects to determine measurements geometric figures, including cones, solve practical problems. spheres, and cylinder. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX26-01 Measurement Measurement: Apply appropriate Apply informal concepts of Use linear measurements to estimate Instruments and techniques, tools, and formulas to successive approximation, upper lengths of curves. Techniques determine measurements and lower bounds, and limit in measurement situations. MX16-06 Regular and Measurement: Apply appropriate Apply informal concepts of Use polygons to estimate areas of Irregular Polygons techniques, tools, and formulas to successive approximation, upper curved regions. and Other Shapes determine measurements and lower bounds, and limit in measurement situations. MX49-01 Box-and-Whisker Data Analysis and Probability: Understand histograms, parallel box Represent, display, and interpret data and Stem-and-Leaf Formulate questions that can be plots, and scatterplots and use them using scatterplots, bar graphs, stem- Plots addressed with data and collect, to display data. and-leaf plots, and box-and-whiskers organize, and display relevant data diagrams including representations on to answer them. graphing calculators and computers. MX41-01 Graphs Data Analysis and Probability: Understand histograms, parallel box Represent, display, and interpret data Formulate questions that can be plots, and scatterplots and use them using scatterplots, bar graphs, stem- addressed with data and collect, to display data. and-leaf plots, and box-and-whiskers organize, and display relevant data diagrams including representations on to answer them. graphing calculators and computers. MX41-02 Diagrams Data Analysis and Probability: Understand histograms, parallel box Represent, display, and interpret data Formulate questions that can be plots, and scatterplots and use them using scatterplots, bar graphs, stem- addressed with data and collect, to display data. and-leaf plots, and box-and-whiskers organize, and display relevant data diagrams including representations on to answer them. graphing calculators and computers. MX41-03 Tables Data Analysis and Probability: Understand histograms, parallel box Represent, display, and interpret data Formulate questions that can be plots, and scatterplots and use them using scatterplots, bar graphs, stem- addressed with data and collect, to display data. and-leaf plots, and box-and-whiskers organize, and display relevant data diagrams including representations on to answer them. graphing calculators and computers. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX49-01 Box-and-Whisker Data Analysis and Probability: Understand histograms, parallel box Display univariate data in problem and Stem-and-Leaf Formulate questions that can be plots, and scatterplots and use them situations with parallel box plots, Plots addressed with data and collect, to display data. histograms, or stem-and-leaf plots. organize, and display relevant data to answer them. MX19-04 Histograms Data Analysis and Probability: Understand histograms, parallel box Display univariate data in problem Formulate questions that can be plots, and scatterplots and use them situations with parallel box plots, addressed with data and collect, to display data. histograms, or stem-and-leaf plots. organize, and display relevant data to answer them. MX111-01 Understand Data Analysis and Probability: Select Identify trends in bivariate data and Draw a line-of-best-fit or a curve-of- Scatterplot Data and use appropriate statistical find functions that model the data or best-fit for a scatterplot. methods to analyze data. transform the data so that they can be modeled. MX19-01 Averages Data Analysis and Probability: Understand how sample statistics Use the properties of the normal curve Develop and evaluate inferences reflect the values of population to describe how sample data estimates and predictions that are based on parameters and use sampling the population mean and standard data. distributions as the basis for informal deviation. inference. MX19-06 Standard Deviation Data Analysis and Probability: Understand how sample statistics Use the properties of the normal curve and Variance Develop and evaluate inferences reflect the values of population to describe how sample data estimates and predictions that are based on parameters and use sampling the population mean and standard data. distributions as the basis for informal deviation. inference. MX19-01 Averages Data Analysis and Probability: Understand how basic statistical Interpret the results of hypothesis Develop and evaluate inferences techniques are used to monitor testing for a single proportion or mean. and predictions that are based on process characteristics in the data. workplace. MX22-02 Probability Data Analysis and Probability: Understand the concepts of sample Determine a sample space for selected Understand and apply basic space and probability distribution experiments and represent it in the concepts of probability. and construct sample spaces and form of a list, chart, picture, or tree distributions in simple cases. diagram. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX52-01 A Closer Look at Data Analysis and Probability: Understand the concepts of sample Determine a sample space for selected Probability Understand and apply basic space and probability distribution experiments and represent it in the concepts of probability. and construct sample spaces and form of a list, chart, picture, or tree distributions in simple cases. diagram. MX52-02 Effect of Data Analysis and Probability: Understand the concepts of sample Determine a sample space for selected Replacement Understand and apply basic space and probability distribution experiments and represent it in the concepts of probability. and construct sample spaces and form of a list, chart, picture, or tree distributions in simple cases. diagram. MX52-03 Compound Events Data Analysis and Probability: Understand the concepts of sample Determine a sample space for selected Understand and apply basic space and probability distribution experiments and represent it in the concepts of probability. and construct sample spaces and form of a list, chart, picture, or tree distributions in simple cases. diagram. State: South Carolina Grades: 9-12 Content:Language Arts Standards Correlation Date: 10/03 Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX27-05 Identify and 9 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to apply integrated strategies Compare Genres to evaluate selections from a variety of literary genres and real-world texts. MX29-02 Recognize Bias 9 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to evaluate the clarity and accuracy of information as indicators of an author's bias. MX34-01 Understand First 9 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Begin analyzing the relationships among thesis (main and Last idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and Paragraphs argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. MX34-02 Sift Clues from 9 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Begin analyzing the relationships among thesis (main Topic and idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and Summary argument to evaluate claims made in informational Sentences texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. MX34-03 Derive Point of 9 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Begin analyzing the relationships among thesis (main View from Main idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and Idea argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. PX20-05 Know How to 9 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Begin analyzing the relationships among thesis (main Read idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX20-03 Consider Context 9 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Begin analyzing the relationships among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. PX20-01 What's It Going 9 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Begin analyzing the relationships among thesis (main to Be? idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. MX37-02 Apply Your 9 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to draw conclusions and make Knowledge of inferences. Cues MX27-01 Analyze the 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Begin showing how the cultural, philosophical, Setting political, religious, or ethical perspectives of a particular period influence the plots, characters, settings, and themes of literary works written during that period. MX27-02 Identify and 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Begin showing how the cultural, philosophical, Interpret Point of political, religious, or ethical perspectives of a View particular period influence the plots, characters, settings, and themes of literary works written during that period. MX27-03 Classify and 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Begin showing how the cultural, philosophical, Evaluate political, religious, or ethical perspectives of a Character particular period influence the plots, characters, settings, and themes of literary works written during that period. MX27-04 Determine and 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Begin showing how the cultural, philosophical, Support Theme political, religious, or ethical perspectives of a or Tone particular period influence the plots, characters, settings, and themes of literary works written during that period. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX28-01 Metaphor 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an author's use of stylistic elements such as tone, irony, and figurative language. MX28-02 Symbol 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an author's use of stylistic elements such as tone, irony, and figurative language. MX28-03 Irony 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an author's use of stylistic elements such as tone, irony, and figurative language. MX27-05 Identify and 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast Compare Genres universal literary themes as they are developed in works in a variety of genres. MX27-04 Determine and 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast Support Theme universal literary themes as they are developed in or Tone works in a variety of genres. MX27-02 Identify and 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to describe with specific Interpret Point of examples how the narrator's point of view or the View author's choice of narrator affects a work of fiction. MX29-01 Identify Author’s 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to describe with specific Purpose and examples how the narrator's point of view or the Point of View author's choice of narrator affects a work of fiction. MX27-05 Identify and 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to use a knowledge of internal Compare Genres structures to compare selections from works in a variety of genres. MX27-05 Identify and 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Begin developing and applying personal criteria for Compare Genres evaluating texts in a variety of genres. MX27-03 Classify and 9 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to analyze the impact of Evaluate conflict (internal and external) on plot and character in Character a literary work. PX21-01 In the Beginning, 9 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to analyze the origin and There Was the meaning of new words by using a knowledge of Word culture or mythology. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX21-03 Connect the 9 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use context analysis to Words determine the meanings of unfamiliar or multiple- meaning words. MX29-02 Recognize Bias 9 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use analogies, idioms, and words with precise connotations and denotations in a variety of oral, written, and graphic presentations. PX18-02 Get Specific 9 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use analogies, idioms, and words with precise connotations and denotations in a variety of oral, written, and graphic presentations. PX18-04 Use the Clues 9 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use analogies, idioms, and words with precise connotations and denotations in a variety of oral, written, and graphic presentations. PX24-02 Draw Before You 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate Write ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. PX45-01 Prewriting 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. MX30-01 The Writing 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate Process ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. MX30-03 Choose a Topic 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate or Controlling ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. Idea MX30-05 Select an 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a Organizational logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a Structure specific audience and/or purpose. MX30-06 Group Ideas and 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a Sequence logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a Information specific audience and/or purpose. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX30-02 Identify Your 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a Audience and logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a Purpose specific audience and/or purpose. MX45-02 Get Organized 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a specific audience and/or purpose. MX68-02 Judge 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a Organization and logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a Approach specific audience and/or purpose. PX46-04 Go with What 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended You Know response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. PX45-03 Revising 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. MX70-03 There's Strength 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended in Numbers response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. MX69-01 Find the Facts 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. MX31-02 Provide 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended Supporting response around a central idea, using relevant Details supporting details. MX31-03 Use Quoted 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended Material response around a central idea, using relevant Appropriately supporting details. MX24-02 Sentence 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, Correction sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective Questions phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- evaluation. MX24-03 Paragraph 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, Improvement sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective Questions phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- evaluation. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX68-03 The Little Details 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, Count sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- evaluation. MX68-04 Make the Most of 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, TestU Self- sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective Evaluation phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- Exercises evaluation. MX70-01 Add Emphasis 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- evaluation. PX46-01 Make It Match 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- evaluation. MX24-01 Identification 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Questions conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. PX45-04 Proofreading 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. PX24-03 It's Not Over 'Til 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language It's Over conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX38-01 Commas 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX38-02 Colons and 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Semicolons conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX38-03 Odds and 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Endings conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX39-01 Reach an 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Agreement conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX39-02 Prevent Pronoun 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Problems conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX39-03 Use (Don't 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Abuse) Words conventions such as spelling, capitalization, and Idioms punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX44-01 Fix Sentence 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Fragments conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX44-02 Choose Parallel 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Structure conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX44-03 Get to the Point! 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX68-03 The Little Details 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Count conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX24-03 Paragraph 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Improvement conventions such as spelling, capitalization, Questions punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX24-02 Sentence 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Correction conventions such as spelling, capitalization, Questions punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX24-01 Identification 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Questions conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. PX24-01 Know Why You 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph are Writing--and compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and for Whom informational pieces. PX45-01 Prewriting 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and informational pieces. PX24-02 Draw Before You 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph Write compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and informational pieces. MX30-01 The Writing 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph Process compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and informational pieces. MX30-02 Identify Your 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph Audience and compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and Purpose informational pieces. PX24-01 Know Why You 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business are Writing--and letters. for Whom Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX45-01 Prewriting 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business letters. PX24-02 Draw Before You 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business Write letters. MX30-01 The Writing 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business Process letters. MX30-02 Identify Your 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business Audience and letters. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, are Writing--and articles, and proposals. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, articles, and proposals. PX24-02 Draw Before You 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, Write articles, and proposals. MX30-01 The Writing 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, Process articles, and proposals. MX30-02 Identify Your 9 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, Audience and articles, and proposals. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and are Writing--and inform. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and inform. PX24-02 Draw Before You 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and Write inform. MX30-01 The Writing 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and Process inform. MX30-02 Identify Your 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and Audience and inform. Purpose Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX24-01 Know Why You 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, are Writing--and entertain, and describe. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, entertain, and describe. PX24-02 Draw Before You 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, Write entertain, and describe. MX30-01 The Writing 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, Process entertain, and describe. MX30-02 Identify Your 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, Audience and entertain, and describe. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, are Writing--and analyze, and transact business. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, analyze, and transact business. PX24-02 Draw Before You 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, Write analyze, and transact business. MX30-01 The Writing 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, Process analyze, and transact business. MX30-02 Identify Your 9 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, Audience and analyze, and transact business. Purpose PX45-04 Proofreading 9 Writing Legibility Demonstrate the ability to write legibly using print or cursive handwriting. PX45-04 Proofreading 9 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to distinguish between primary Topic and secondary sources. MX29-01 Identify Author’s 9 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to evaluate the credibility of Purpose and Topic sources, including consideration of accuracy and bias. Point of View MX29-02 Recognize Bias 9 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to evaluate the credibility of Topic sources, including consideration of accuracy and bias. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX30-02 Write On 9 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to use note-taking strategies to Topic record facts and opinions from sources. PX30-03 Read for Results 9 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to use note-taking strategies to Topic record facts and opinions from sources. PX30-01 Read Carefully 9 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to use note-taking strategies to Topic record facts and opinions from sources. MX27-05 Identify and 10 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to apply integrated strategies Compare Genres to evaluate selections from a variety of literary genres and real-world texts. MX29-02 Recognize Bias 10 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to evaluate the clarity and accuracy of information as indicators of an author's bias. MX34-01 Understand First 10 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships and Last among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete Paragraphs supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. MX34-02 Sift Clues from 10 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships Topic and among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete Summary supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims Sentences made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. MX34-03 Derive Point of 10 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships View from Main among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete Idea supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. PX20-05 Know How to 10 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships Read among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX20-03 Consider Context 10 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. PX20-01 What's It Going 10 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships to Be? among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. MX37-02 Apply Your 10 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to draw conclusions and make Knowledge of inferences. Cues MX27-01 Analyze the 10 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to show how the cultural, Setting philosophical, political, religious, or ethical perspectives of a particular period influence the plots, characters, settings, and themes of literary works written during that period. MX27-02 Identify and 10 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to show how the cultural, Interpret Point of philosophical, political, religious, or ethical View perspectives of a particular period influence the plots, characters, settings, and themes of literary works written during that period. MX27-03 Classify and 10 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to show how the cultural, Evaluate philosophical, political, religious, or ethical Character perspectives of a particular period influence the plots, characters, settings, and themes of literary works written during that period. MX27-04 Determine and 10 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to show how the cultural, Support Theme philosophical, political, religious, or ethical or Tone perspectives of a particular period influence the plots, characters, settings, and themes of literary works written during that period. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX28-01 Metaphor 10 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an author's use of stylistic elements such as foreshadowing, flashback, soliloquy, irony, dialect, asides, tone, and figurative language. MX28-02 Symbol 10 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an author's use of stylistic elements such as foreshadowing, flashback, soliloquy, irony, dialect, asides, tone, and figurative language. MX28-03 Irony 10 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an author's use of stylistic elements such as foreshadowing, flashback, soliloquy, irony, dialect, asides, tone, and figurative language. MX27-05 Identify and 10 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast Compare Genres universal literary themes as they are developed in works in a variety of genres. MX27-04 Determine and 10 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast Support Theme universal literary themes as they are developed in or Tone works in a variety of genres. MX27-02 Identify and 10 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to describe with specific Interpret Point of examples how the narrator's point of view or the View author's choice of narrator affects a work of fiction. MX29-01 Identify Author’s 10 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to describe with specific Purpose and examples how the narrator's point of view or the Point of View author's choice of narrator affects a work of fiction. MX27-05 Identify and 10 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to apply personal criteria for Compare Genres evaluating texts in a variety of genres. MX27-03 Classify and 10 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to analyze the impact of Evaluate conflict (internal and external) on plot and character in Character a literary work. PX21-01 In the Beginning, 10 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to analyze the origin and There Was the meaning of new words by using a knowledge of Word culture, mythology, or literature. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX21-03 Connect the 10 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use context analysis to Words determine the meanings of unfamiliar and multiple- meaning words. MX29-02 Recognize Bias 10 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use analogies, idioms, and words with precise connotations and denotations in a variety of oral, written, and graphic presentations. PX18-02 Get Specific 10 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use analogies, idioms, and words with precise connotations and denotations in a variety of oral, written, and graphic presentations. PX18-04 Use the Clues 10 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use analogies, idioms, and words with precise connotations and denotations in a variety of oral, written, and graphic presentations. PX24-02 Draw Before You 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate Write ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. PX45-01 Prewriting 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. MX30-01 The Writing 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate Process ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. MX30-03 Choose a Topic 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate or Controlling ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. Idea MX30-05 Select an 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a Organizational logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a Structure specific audience and/or purpose. MX30-06 Group Ideas and 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a Sequence logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a Information specific audience and/or purpose. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX30-02 Identify Your 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a Audience and logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a Purpose specific audience and/or purpose. MX45-02 Get Organized 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a specific audience and/or purpose. MX68-02 Judge 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a Organization and logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a Approach specific audience and/or purpose. PX46-04 Go with What 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended You Know response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. PX45-03 Revising 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. MX70-03 There's Strength 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended in Numbers response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. MX69-01 Find the Facts 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. MX31-02 Provide 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended Supporting response around a central idea, using relevant Details supporting details. MX31-03 Use Quoted 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended Material response around a central idea, using relevant Appropriately supporting details. MX24-03 Paragraph 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, Improvement sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective Questions phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- evaluation. MX68-03 The Little Details 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, Count sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- evaluation. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX68-04 Make the Most of 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, TestU Self- sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective Evaluation phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- Exercises evaluation. MX70-01 Add Emphasis 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- evaluation. PX46-01 Make It Match 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- evaluation. MX24-01 Identification 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Questions conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. PX45-04 Proofreading 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. PX24-03 It's Not Over 'Til 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language It's Over conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX38-01 Commas 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX38-02 Colons and 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Semicolons conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX38-03 Odds and 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Endings conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX39-01 Reach an 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Agreement conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX39-02 Prevent Pronoun 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Problems conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX39-03 Use (Don't 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Abuse) Words conventions such as spelling, capitalization, and Idioms punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX44-01 Fix Sentence 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Fragments conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX44-02 Choose Parallel 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Structure conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX44-03 Get to the Point! 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX68-03 The Little Details 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Count conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX24-03 Paragraph 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Improvement conventions such as spelling, capitalization, Questions punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX24-02 Sentence 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Correction conventions such as spelling, capitalization, Questions punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX24-01 Identification 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Questions conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. PX24-01 Know Why You 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph are Writing--and compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and for Whom informational pieces. PX45-01 Prewriting 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and informational pieces. PX24-02 Draw Before You 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph Write compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and informational pieces. MX30-01 The Writing 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph Process compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and informational pieces. MX30-02 Identify Your 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph Audience and compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and Purpose informational pieces. PX24-01 Know Why You 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business are Writing--and letters. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business letters. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX24-02 Draw Before You 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business Write letters. MX30-01 The Writing 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business Process letters. MX30-02 Identify Your 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business Audience and letters. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, are Writing--and articles, and proposals. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, articles, and proposals. PX24-02 Draw Before You 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, Write articles, and proposals. MX30-01 The Writing 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, Process articles, and proposals. MX30-02 Identify Your 10 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, Audience and articles, and proposals. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and are Writing--and inform. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and inform. PX24-02 Draw Before You 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and Write inform. MX30-01 The Writing 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and Process inform. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX30-02 Identify Your 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and Audience and inform. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, are Writing--and entertain, and describe. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, entertain, and describe. PX24-02 Draw Before You 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, Write entertain, and describe. MX30-01 The Writing 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, Process entertain, and describe. MX30-02 Identify Your 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, Audience and entertain, and describe. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, are Writing--and analyze, and transact business. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, analyze, and transact business. PX24-02 Draw Before You 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, Write analyze, and transact business. MX30-01 The Writing 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, Process analyze, and transact business. MX30-02 Identify Your 10 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, Audience and analyze, and transact business. Purpose PX45-04 Proofreading 10 Writing Legibility Demonstrate the ability to write legibly using print or cursive handwriting. PX45-04 Proofreading 10 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to distinguish between primary Topic and secondary sources. MX29-01 Identify Author’s 10 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to evaluate the credibility of Purpose and Topic sources, including consideration of accuracy and bias. Point of View Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX29-02 Recognize Bias 10 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to evaluate the credibility of Topic sources, including consideration of accuracy and bias. PX30-02 Write On 10 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to use note-taking strategies to Topic record facts and opinions from sources. PX30-03 Read for Results 10 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to use note-taking strategies to Topic record facts and opinions from sources. PX30-01 Read Carefully 10 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to use note-taking strategies to Topic record facts and opinions from sources. MX27-05 Identify and 11 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to apply integrated strategies Compare Genres to evaluate selections from a variety of literary genres and real-world texts. MX29-02 Recognize Bias 11 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to evaluate the clarity and accuracy of information as indicators of an author's bias. MX34-01 Understand First 11 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships and Last among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete Paragraphs supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. MX34-02 Sift Clues from 11 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships Topic and among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete Summary supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims Sentences made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. MX34-03 Derive Point of 11 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships View from Main among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete Idea supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX20-05 Know How to 11 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships Read among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. PX20-03 Consider Context 11 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. PX20-01 What's It Going 11 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships to Be? among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. MX37-02 Apply Your 11 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to draw conclusions and make Knowledge of inferences. Cues MX27-01 Analyze the 11 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to show how the cultural, Setting philosophical, political, religious, or ethical perspectives of a particular period influence the plots, characters, settings, and themes of literary works written during that period MX27-02 Identify and 11 Reading Interpret Point of View MX27-03 Classify and 11 Reading Evaluate Character MX27-04 Determine and 11 Reading Support Theme or Tone MX27-04 Determine and 11 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to contrast the principal Support Theme periods in American literature in reference to themes, or Tone styles, or trends. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX28-01 Metaphor 11 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an author's use of stylistic elements such as foreshadowing, flashback, soliloquy, irony, dialect, asides, tone, and figurative language. MX28-02 Symbol 11 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an author's use of stylistic elements such as foreshadowing, flashback, soliloquy, irony, dialect, asides, tone, and figurative language. MX28-03 Irony 11 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an author's use of stylistic elements such as foreshadowing, flashback, soliloquy, irony, dialect, asides, tone, and figurative language. MX27-05 Identify and 11 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast Compare Genres universal literary themes as they are developed in works in a variety of genres. MX27-04 Determine and 11 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast Support Theme universal literary themes as they are developed in or Tone works in a variety of genres. MX27-02 Identify and 11 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to describe with specific Interpret Point of examples how the narrator's point of view or the View author's choice of narrator affects a work of fiction. MX29-01 Identify Author’s 11 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to describe with specific Purpose and examples how the narrator's point of view or the Point of View author's choice of narrator affects a work of fiction. MX27-05 Identify and 11 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to apply personal criteria for Compare Genres evaluating texts in a variety of genres. MX27-03 Classify and 11 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to analyze the impact of Evaluate conflict (internal and external) on plot and character in Character a literary work. PX21-01 In the Beginning, 11 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to analyze the origin and There Was the meaning of new words by using a knowledge of Word culture, mythology, or literature. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX21-03 Connect the 11 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use context analysis to Words determine the meanings of unfamiliar and multiple- meaning words. MX29-02 Recognize Bias 11 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use analogies, idioms, and words with precise connotations and denotations in a variety of oral, written, and graphic presentations. PX18-02 Get Specific 11 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use analogies, idioms, and words with precise connotations and denotations in a variety of oral, written, and graphic presentations. PX18-04 Use the Clues 11 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use analogies, idioms, and words with precise connotations and denotations in a variety of oral, written, and graphic presentations. PX24-02 Draw Before You 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate Write ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. PX45-01 Prewriting 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. MX30-01 The Writing 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate Process ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. MX30-03 Choose a Topic 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate or Controlling ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. Idea MX30-05 Select an 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to plan for audience and Organizational purpose and to generate drafts that use a logical Structure progression of ideas to develop a topic for a specific audience and/or purpose. MX30-06 Group Ideas and 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to plan for audience and Sequence purpose and to generate drafts that use a logical Information progression of ideas to develop a topic for a specific audience and/or purpose. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX30-02 Identify Your 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to plan for audience and Audience and purpose and to generate drafts that use a logical Purpose progression of ideas to develop a topic for a specific audience and/or purpose. MX45-02 Get Organized 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to plan for audience and purpose and to generate drafts that use a logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a specific audience and/or purpose. MX68-02 Judge 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to plan for audience and Organization and purpose and to generate drafts that use a logical Approach progression of ideas to develop a topic for a specific audience and/or purpose. PX46-04 Go with What 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended You Know response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. PX45-03 Revising 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. MX70-03 There's Strength 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended in Numbers response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. MX69-01 Find the Facts 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. MX31-02 Provide 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended Supporting response around a central idea, using relevant Details supporting details. MX31-03 Use Quoted 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended Material response around a central idea, using relevant Appropriately supporting details. MX24-03 Paragraph 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, Improvement sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective Questions phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- evaluation. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX68-03 The Little Details 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, Count sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- evaluation. MX68-04 Make the Most of 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, TestU Self- sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective Evaluation phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- Exercises evaluation. MX70-01 Add Emphasis 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- evaluation. PX46-01 Make It Match 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective phrasing through collaboration, conferencing, and self- evaluation. MX24-01 Identification 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Questions conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. PX45-04 Proofreading 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. PX24-03 It's Not Over 'Til 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language It's Over conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX38-01 Commas 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX38-02 Colons and 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Semicolons conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX38-03 Odds and 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Endings conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX39-01 Reach an 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Agreement conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX39-02 Prevent Pronoun 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Problems conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX39-03 Use (Don't 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Abuse) Words conventions such as spelling, capitalization, and Idioms punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX44-01 Fix Sentence 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Fragments conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX44-02 Choose Parallel 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Structure conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX44-03 Get to the Point! 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX68-03 The Little Details 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Count conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX24-03 Paragraph 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Improvement conventions such as spelling, capitalization, Questions punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX24-02 Sentence 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Correction conventions such as spelling, capitalization, Questions punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX24-01 Identification 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Questions conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. PX24-01 Know Why You 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph are Writing--and compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and for Whom informational pieces. PX45-01 Prewriting 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and informational pieces. PX24-02 Draw Before You 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph Write compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and informational pieces. MX30-01 The Writing 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph Process compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and informational pieces. MX30-02 Identify Your 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph Audience and compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and Purpose informational pieces. PX24-01 Know Why You 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business are Writing--and letters. for Whom Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX45-01 Prewriting 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business letters. PX24-02 Draw Before You 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business Write letters. MX30-01 The Writing 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business Process letters. MX30-02 Identify Your 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business Audience and letters. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, are Writing--and articles, and proposals. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, articles, and proposals. PX24-02 Draw Before You 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, Write articles, and proposals. MX30-01 The Writing 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, Process articles, and proposals. MX30-02 Identify Your 11 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, Audience and articles, and proposals. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and are Writing--and inform. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and inform. PX24-02 Draw Before You 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and Write inform. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX30-01 The Writing 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and Process inform. MX30-02 Identify Your 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and Audience and inform. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, are Writing--and entertain, and describe. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, entertain, and describe. PX24-02 Draw Before You 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, Write entertain, and describe. MX30-01 The Writing 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, Process entertain, and describe. MX30-02 Identify Your 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, Audience and entertain, and describe. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, are Writing--and analyze, and transact business. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, analyze, and transact business. PX24-02 Draw Before You 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, Write analyze, and transact business. MX30-01 The Writing 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, Process analyze, and transact business. MX30-02 Identify Your 11 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, Audience and analyze, and transact business. Purpose PX45-04 Proofreading 11 Writing Legibility Demonstrate the ability to write legibly using print or cursive handwriting. PX45-04 Proofreading 11 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to distinguish between primary Topic and secondary sources. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX29-01 Identify Author’s 11 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to evaluate the credibility of Purpose and Topic sources, including consideration of accuracy and bias. Point of View MX29-02 Recognize Bias 11 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to evaluate the credibility of Topic sources, including consideration of accuracy and bias. PX30-02 Write On 11 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to use note-taking strategies to Topic record facts and opinions from sources. PX30-03 Read for Results 11 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to use note-taking strategies to Topic record facts and opinions from sources. PX30-01 Read Carefully 11 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to use note-taking strategies to Topic record facts and opinions from sources. MX27-05 Identify and 12 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to apply integrated strategies Compare Genres to evaluate selections from a variety of literary genres and real-world texts. MX29-02 Recognize Bias 12 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to evaluate the clarity and accuracy of information as indicators of an author's bias. MX34-01 Understand First 12 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships and Last among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete Paragraphs supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. MX34-02 Sift Clues from 12 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships Topic and among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete Summary supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims Sentences made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX34-03 Derive Point of 12 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships View from Main among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete Idea supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. PX20-05 Know How to 12 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships Read among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. PX20-03 Consider Context 12 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. PX20-01 What's It Going 12 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to analyze the relationships to Be? among thesis (main idea), evidence (concrete supporting details), and argument to evaluate claims made in informational texts such as newspaper editorials and campaign speeches. MX37-02 Apply Your 12 Reading Reading Process and Comprehension Demonstrate the ability to draw conclusions and make Knowledge of inferences. Cues MX27-01 Analyze the 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to show how the cultural, Setting philosophical, political, religious, or ethical perspectives of a particular period influence the plots, characters, settings, and themes of literary works written during that period. MX27-02 Identify and 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to show how the cultural, Interpret Point of philosophical, political, religious, or ethical View perspectives of a particular period influence the plots, characters, settings, and themes of literary works written during that period. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX27-03 Classify and 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to show how the cultural, Evaluate philosophical, political, religious, or ethical Character perspectives of a particular period influence the plots, characters, settings, and themes of literary works written during that period. MX27-04 Determine and 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to show how the cultural, Support Theme philosophical, political, religious, or ethical or Tone perspectives of a particular period influence the plots, characters, settings, and themes of literary works written during that period. MX27-04 Determine and 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to contrast the principal Support Theme periods in British literature in reference to themes, or Tone styles, and trends. MX28-01 Metaphor 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an author's use of stylistic elements such as foreshadowing, flashback, dialect, irony, satire, asides, tone, and figurative language. MX28-02 Symbol 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an author's use of stylistic elements such as foreshadowing, flashback, dialect, irony, satire, asides, tone, and figurative language. MX28-03 Irony 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an author's use of stylistic elements such as foreshadowing, flashback, dialect, irony, satire, asides, tone, and figurative language. MX27-05 Identify and 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast Compare Genres universal literary themes as they are developed in works in a variety of genres. MX27-04 Determine and 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast Support Theme universal literary themes as they are developed in or Tone works in a variety of genres. MX27-02 Identify and 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to describe with specific Interpret Point of examples how the narrator's point of view or the View author's choice of narrator affects a work of fiction. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX29-01 Identify Author’s 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to describe with specific Purpose and examples how the narrator's point of view or the Point of View author's choice of narrator affects a work of fiction. MX27-05 Identify and 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to apply personal criteria for Compare Genres evaluating texts in a variety of genres. MX27-03 Classify and 12 Reading Analysis of Texts Demonstrate the ability to analyze the impact of Evaluate conflict (internal and external) on plot and character in Character a literary work. PX21-01 In the Beginning, 12 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to analyze the origin and the There Was the meaning of new words by using a knowledge of Word culture, mythology, or literature. PX21-03 Connect the 12 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use context analysis to Words determine the meanings of unfamiliar and multiple- meaning words. MX29-02 Recognize Bias 12 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use analogies, idioms, and words with precise connotations and denotations in a variety of oral, written, and graphic presentations. PX18-02 Get Specific 12 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use analogies, idioms, and words with precise connotations and denotations in a variety of oral, written, and graphic presentations. PX18-04 Use the Clues 12 Reading Word Study and Analysis Demonstrate the ability to use analogies, idioms, and words with precise connotations and denotations in a variety of oral, written, and graphic presentations. PX24-02 Draw Before You 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate Write ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. PX45-01 Prewriting 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX30-01 The Writing 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate Process ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. MX30-03 Choose a Topic 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to choose a topic, generate or Controlling ideas, and use oral and written prewriting strategies. Idea PX24-02 Draw Before You 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a Write logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a specific audience and/or purpose. PX45-01 Prewriting 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a specific audience and/or purpose. MX30-01 The Writing 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a Process logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a specific audience and/or purpose. MX30-03 Choose a Topic 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to generate drafts that use a or Controlling logical progression of ideas to develop a topic for a Idea specific audience and/or purpose. PX46-04 Go with What 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended You Know response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. PX45-03 Revising 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. MX70-03 There's Strength 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended in Numbers response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. MX69-01 Find the Facts 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended response around a central idea, using relevant supporting details. MX31-02 Provide 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended Supporting response around a central idea, using relevant Details supporting details. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX31-03 Use Quoted 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to develop an extended Material response around a central idea, using relevant Appropriately supporting details. MX24-03 Paragraph 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, Improvement sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective Questions phrasing. MX68-03 The Little Details 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, Count sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective phrasing. MX68-04 Make the Most of 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, TestU Self- sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective Evaluation phrasing. Exercises MX70-01 Add Emphasis 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective phrasing. PX46-01 Make It Match 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to revise writing for clarity, sentence variety, precise vocabulary, and effective phrasing. MX24-01 Identification 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Questions conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. PX45-04 Proofreading 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. PX24-03 It's Not Over 'Til 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language It's Over conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX38-01 Commas 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX38-02 Colons and 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Semicolons conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX38-03 Odds and 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Endings conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX39-01 Reach an 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Agreement conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX39-02 Prevent Pronoun 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Problems conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX39-03 Use (Don't 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Abuse) Words conventions such as spelling, capitalization, and Idioms punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX44-01 Fix Sentence 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Fragments conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX44-02 Choose Parallel 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Structure conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX44-03 Get to the Point! 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX68-03 The Little Details 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Count conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX24-03 Paragraph 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Improvement conventions such as spelling, capitalization, Questions punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX24-02 Sentence 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Correction conventions such as spelling, capitalization, Questions punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. MX24-01 Identification 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to edit for language Questions conventions such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, agreement, sentence structure (syntax), and word usage. PX24-01 Know Why You 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph are Writing--and compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and for Whom informational pieces. PX45-01 Prewriting 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and informational pieces. PX24-02 Draw Before You 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph Write compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and informational pieces. MX30-01 The Writing 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph Process compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and informational pieces. MX30-02 Identify Your 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write multiple-paragraph Audience and compositions, friendly letters, and expressive and Purpose informational pieces. PX24-01 Know Why You 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business are Writing--and letters. for Whom Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX45-01 Prewriting 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business letters. PX24-02 Draw Before You 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business Write letters. MX30-01 The Writing 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business Process letters. MX30-02 Identify Your 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write memos and business Audience and letters. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, are Writing--and articles, and proposals. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, articles, and proposals. PX24-02 Draw Before You 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, Write articles, and proposals. MX30-01 The Writing 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, Process articles, and proposals. MX30-02 Identify Your 12 Writing The Writing Process Demonstrate the ability to write essays, reports, Audience and articles, and proposals. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and are Writing--and inform. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and inform. PX24-02 Draw Before You 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and Write inform. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX30-01 The Writing 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and Process inform. MX30-02 Identify Your 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to explain and Audience and inform. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, are Writing--and entertain, and describe. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, entertain, and describe. PX24-02 Draw Before You 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, Write entertain, and describe. MX30-01 The Writing 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, Process entertain, and describe. MX30-02 Identify Your 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to learn, Audience and entertain, and describe. Purpose PX24-01 Know Why You 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, are Writing--and analyze, and transact business. for Whom PX45-01 Prewriting 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, analyze, and transact business. PX24-02 Draw Before You 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, Write analyze, and transact business. MX30-01 The Writing 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, Process analyze, and transact business. MX30-02 Identify Your 12 Writing Writing Purposes Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade, Audience and analyze, and transact business. Purpose PX45-04 Proofreading 12 Writing Legibility Demonstrate the ability to write legibly using print or cursive handwriting. PX45-04 Proofreading 12 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to distinguish between primary Topic and secondary sources. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name PX30-02 Write On 12 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to use note-taking strategies to Topic record facts and opinions from sources. PX30-03 Read for Results 12 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to use note-taking strategies to Topic record facts and opinions from sources. PX30-01 Read Carefully 12 Research Gathering Information and Refining a Demonstrate the ability to use note-taking strategies to Topic record facts and opinions from sources. State: South Carolina Grades: 9-12 Content:Social Studies Standards Correlation Date: 10/03 Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX96-03 Revolution and 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an analyze the causes and the New Nation Change: History understanding of the major developments in consequences of political revolutions the history of the world during the modern between 1650 and 1850; era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student should be able to MX96-03 Revolution and 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an delineate patterns of nationalism, the New Nation Change: History understanding of the major developments in state/nation building, and social the history of the world during the modern reform in Europe and the Americas, era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student 1830-1914; should be able to MX96-04 Expansion and 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an delineate patterns of nationalism, Reform Change: History understanding of the major developments in state/nation building, and social the history of the world during the modern reform in Europe and the Americas, era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student 1830-1914; should be able to MX96-05 Civil War and 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an delineate patterns of nationalism, Reconstruction Change: History understanding of the major developments in state/nation building, and social the history of the world during the modern reform in Europe and the Americas, era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student 1830-1914; should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX97-02 Emergence of 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an describe reform, revolution, and Modern Change: History understanding of the major developments in social change in the world economy America the history of the world during the modern from 1900 to 1939; era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student should be able to MX97-03 Great 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an describe reform, revolution, and Depression Change: History understanding of the major developments in social change in the world economy and World War the history of the world during the modern from 1900 to 1939; II era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student should be able to MX97-01 Industrialization 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an describe reform, revolution, and Change: History understanding of the major developments in social change in the world economy the history of the world during the modern from 1900 to 1939; era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student should be able to MX97-03 Great 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an analyze the causes, course, and Depression Change: History understanding of the major developments in global consequences of World Wars I and World War the history of the world during the modern and II; II era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student should be able to MX97-02 Emergence of 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an analyze the causes, course, and Modern Change: History understanding of the major developments in global consequences of World Wars I America the history of the world during the modern and II; era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX97-03 Great 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an interpret major global trends since Depression Change: History understanding of the major developments in World War II; and World War the history of the world during the modern II era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student should be able to MX97-04 The Post-War 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an interpret major global trends since Era Change: History understanding of the major developments in World War II; the history of the world during the modern era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student should be able to MX97-05 Contemporary 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an interpret major global trends since America Change: History understanding of the major developments in World War II; the history of the world during the modern era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student should be able to MX97-04 The Post-War 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an describe the origins, causes, and Era Change: History understanding of the major developments in results of the Cold War in the the history of the world during the modern aftermath of World War II; and era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student should be able to MX97-05 Contemporary 9-10 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an explain the adjustment and the America Change: History understanding of the major developments in challenges in the post-Cold War era. the history of the world during the modern era (ca. 1500 to the present). The student should be able to MX103-02 Purpose of 9-10 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an examine the necessity and purposes Government Governance: understanding of government, its origins of government; Government/Political and functions, including civic life and politics. Science Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX103-03 Government 9-10 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an compare and contrast the civic life, Systems Governance: understanding of government, its origins politics, and forms of government in Government/Political and functions, including civic life and politics. major civilizations; Science MX105-01 Interactions 9-10 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an analyze the political interactions, Among Nations Governance: understanding of government, its origins including conflicts among major Government/Political and functions, including civic life and politics. nations and empires; Science MX101-04 Economic 9-10 People, Places, and The learner will demonstrate an compare and contrast the major Systems Environments: Geography understanding of the role of human systems economic systems on Earth; on earth. The student should be able to MX101-01 Back to Basics 9-10 People, Places, and The learner will demonstrate an explain why areas of various sizes Environments: Geography understanding of the role of human systems function as economic activity centers; on earth. The student should be able to MX101-04 Economic 9-10 People, Places, and The learner will demonstrate an describe the economic Systems Environments: Geography understanding of the role of human systems interdependence of the world's on earth. The student should be able to countries; MX101-01 Back to Basics 9-10 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an illustrate how scarcity and choice and Consumption: understanding of how scarcity, choice, and impact the economic decisions of Economics the principles of trade impact economic communities, nations, or empires; activity. The student should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX101-04 Economic 9-10 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an trace the increasing complexity of Systems and Consumption: understanding of how scarcity, choice, and monetary systems; Economics the principles of trade impact economic activity. The student should be able to MX101-04 Economic 9-10 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an assess how the division of labor, Systems and Consumption: understanding of how scarcity, choice, and specialization, and increase of Economics the principles of trade impact economic technology have impacted activity. The student should be able to productivity and trade; and MX97-01 Industrialization 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an explain how the rise of corporations, Change: History understanding of the major developments in heavy industry, and mechanized the United States and South Carolina from farming transformed the American the end of Reconstruction through World people in the late 1800s; War II (1945). The student should be able to MX97-01 Industrialization 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an interpret the immigration patterns Change: History understanding of the major developments in from 1870 to c1945; the United States and South Carolina from the end of Reconstruction through World War II (1945). The student should be able to MX97-01 Industrialization 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an analyze the rise of the American labor Change: History understanding of the major developments in movement and the way political the United States and South Carolina from issues reflected social and economic the end of Reconstruction through World changes; War II (1945). The student should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX97-02 Emergence of 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an analyze the changing role of the Modern Change: History understanding of the major developments in United States in world affairs to World America the United States and South Carolina from War I; the end of Reconstruction through World War II (1945). The student should be able to MX97-02 Emergence of 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an assess the causes, course, and Modern Change: History understanding of the major developments in effects of World War I; America the United States and South Carolina from the end of Reconstruction through World War II (1945). The student should be able to MX97-02 Emergence of 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an examine social tensions and their Modern Change: History understanding of the major developments in consequences in the post-World War America the United States and South Carolina from I era; the end of Reconstruction through World War II (1945). The student should be able to MX97-03 Great 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an analyze the emergence of a modern Depression Change: History understanding of the major developments in capitalist economy in the 1920s; and World War the United States and South Carolina from II the end of Reconstruction through World War II (1945). The student should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX97-02 Emergence of 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an assess how new cultural movements Modern Change: History understanding of the major developments in reflected and changed American America the United States and South Carolina from society in the post- World War I the end of Reconstruction through World period; War II (1945). The student should be able to MX97-03 Great 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an describe developments in political Depression Change: History understanding of the major developments in and international affairs in the 1920s; and World War the United States and South Carolina from II the end of Reconstruction through World War II (1945). The student should be able to MX97-03 Great 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an analyze the causes of the Great Depression Change: History understanding of the major developments in Depression and the way it affected and World War the United States and South Carolina from American society; II the end of Reconstruction through World War II (1945). The student should be able to MX97-03 Great 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an evaluate how the New Deal Depression Change: History understanding of the major developments in addressed the Great Depression and and World War the United States and South Carolina from transformed American society; II the end of Reconstruction through World War II (1945). The student should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX97-03 Great 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an describe the causes and course of Depression Change: History understanding of the major developments in World War II, including the Holocaust, and World War the United States and South Carolina from the character of the war at home and II the end of Reconstruction through World abroad, and its reshaping of the War II (1945). The student should be able to United States' role in world affairs. MX97-04 The Post-War 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an explain the economic boom and the Era Change: History understanding of the major developments in social and cultural transformations of the United States and South Carolina from postwar United States; the end of World War II to the present. The student should be able to MX97-04 The Post-War 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an describe how postwar science Era Change: History understanding of the major developments in augmented the nation's economic the United States and South Carolina from strength, transformed daily life, and the end of World War II to the present. The influenced the world economy; student should be able to MX97-04 The Post-War 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an analyze the effects of the postwar Era Change: History understanding of the major developments in extension of the New Deal, the New the United States and South Carolina from Frontier, and the Great Society; the end of World War II to the present. The student should be able to MX97-04 The Post-War 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an describe how the Cold War and Era Change: History understanding of the major developments in conflicts in Korea and Vietnam the United States and South Carolina from influenced domestic and international the end of World War II to the present. The politics; and student should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX97-04 The Post-War 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an evaluate the struggle for racial and Era Change: History understanding of the major developments in gender equality and the extension of the United States and South Carolina from civil liberties. the end of World War II to the present. The student should be able to MX97-05 Contemporary 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an evaluate the struggle for racial and America Change: History understanding of the major developments in gender equality and the extension of the United States and South Carolina from civil liberties. the end of World War II to the present. The student should be able to MX97-05 Contemporary 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an assess developments in domestic America Change: History understanding of the major developments in politics from 1968 to the present; the United States and South Carolina from the end of World War II to the present. The student should be able to MX97-05 Contemporary 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an evaluate economic, social, and America Change: History understanding of the major developments in cultural developments in the United States and South Carolina from contemporary United States from the end of World War II to the present. The 1968 to the present; student should be able to MX97-05 Contemporary 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an assess developments in foreign policy America Change: History understanding of the major developments in from 1968 to the end of the Cold War; the United States and South Carolina from and the end of World War II to the present. The student should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX97-05 Contemporary 11-12 Time, Continuity, and The learner will demonstrate an describe the challenges facing the America Change: History understanding of the major developments in United States at home and abroad in the United States and South Carolina from the post–Cold War era. the end of World War II to the present. The student should be able to MX103-02 Purpose of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an take and defend positions concerning Government Governance: understanding of government, its origins the necessity and the purposes of Government/Political and functions, including civic life and government; Science politics. The student should be able to MX103-03 Government 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an analyze the essential characteristics Systems Governance: understanding of government, its origins of limited and unlimited governments; Government/Political and functions, including civic life and Science politics. The student should be able to MX103-02 Purpose of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an compare and contrast the terms "rule Government Governance: understanding of government, its origins of law" and the "rule of man," Government/Political and functions, including civic life and explaining how the rule of law Science politics. The student should be able to protects individual rights and the common good; MX103-01 Structure of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an explain the various purposes that Government Governance: understanding of government, its origins constitutions serve; Government/Political and functions, including civic life and Science politics. The student should be able to MX103-01 Structure of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an identify alternative uses of the term Government Governance: understanding of government, its origins constitution; Government/Political and functions, including civic life and Science politics. The student should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX103-01 Structure of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an explain the advantages and Government Governance: understanding of government, its origins disadvantages of confederal, federal, Government/Political and functions, including civic life and and unitary systems of government; Science politics. The student should be able to and MX103-01 Structure of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an evaluate and take and defend Government Governance: understanding of government, its origins positions on how well alternative Government/Political and functions, including civic life and forms of representation serve the Science politics. The student should be able to purposes of constitutional government. MX103-01 Structure of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an explain the essential ideas of Government Governance: understanding of the foundations of American constitutional government Government/Political American democracy, including its basic as expressed in the Declaration of Science principles and the foundations of the Independence, the Federalist Papers, American political system. The student and other historic documents; should be able to MX104-01 Read the Rules 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an explain the essential ideas of Governance: understanding of the foundations of American constitutional government Government/Political American democracy, including its basic as expressed in the Declaration of Science principles and the foundations of the Independence, the Federalist Papers, American political system. The student and other historic documents; should be able to MX96-01 Beginnings 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an explain the essential ideas of Governance: understanding of the foundations of American constitutional government Government/Political American democracy, including its basic as expressed in the Declaration of Science principles and the foundations of the Independence, the Federalist Papers, American political system. The student and other historic documents; should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX96-01 Beginnings 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an explain important factors that have Governance: understanding of the foundations of helped shape American democracy, Government/Political American democracy, including its basic including religious freedom, a history Science principles and the foundations of the of slavery, effects of a frontier and a American political system. The student market economy; should be able to MX103-01 Structure of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an evaluate and take and defend Government Governance: understanding of the role of the U.S. positions on issues regarding the Government/Political Constitution in American democracy, distribution of powers and Science including the ways in which the U.S. responsibilities within the federal government established by the Constitution system; embodies the purposes, values, and principles of American democracy. The student should be able to MX103-01 Structure of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an examine the relationship between Government Governance: understanding of the role of the U.S. taxation and government; Government/Political Constitution in American democracy, Science including the ways in which the U.S. government established by the Constitution embodies the purposes, values, and principles of American democracy. The student should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX103-01 Structure of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an explain why states have constitutions, Government Governance: understanding of the role of the U.S. their purposes and the relationship of Government/Political Constitution in American democracy, state constitutions to the federal Science including the ways in which the U.S. constitution; government established by the Constitution embodies the purposes, values, and principles of American democracy. The student should be able to MX103-01 Structure of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an analyze the organization and major Government Governance: understanding of the role of the U.S. responsibilities of state and local Government/Political Constitution in American democracy, government; Science including the ways in which the U.S. government established by the Constitution embodies the purposes, values, and principles of American democracy. The student should be able to MX103-01 Structure of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an explain the importance of law in the Government Governance: understanding of the role of the U.S. American constitutional system; Government/Political Constitution in American democracy, Science including the ways in which the U.S. government established by the Constitution embodies the purposes, values, and principles of American democracy. The student should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX103-01 Structure of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an identify representatives in the Government Governance: understanding of the role of the U.S. legislative branches as well as the Government/Political Constitution in American democracy, heads of the executive branches of Science including the ways in which the U.S. their local, state, and national government established by the Constitution governments; embodies the purposes, values, and principles of American democracy. The student should be able to MX103-01 Structure of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an assess and apply criteria useful in Government Governance: understanding of the role of the U.S. evaluating rules and laws, including Government/Political Constitution in American democracy, fairness, protection of individual Science including the ways in which the U.S. rights, and promotion of the common government established by the Constitution good; embodies the purposes, values, and principles of American democracy. The student should be able to MX103-01 Structure of 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an define the concept of due process of Government Governance: understanding of the role of the U.S. law and explain the importance to Government/Political Constitution in American democracy, individuals and society; Science including the ways in which the U.S. government established by the Constitution embodies the purposes, values, and principles of American democracy. The student should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX104-03 Making 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an analyze how political parties, Decisions, Governance: understanding of the role of the U.S. campaigns and elections provide Seeking Government/Political Constitution in American democracy, opportunities for citizens to participate Consensus, Science including the ways in which the U.S. in the political process; and Resolving government established by the Constitution Conflicts embodies the purposes, values, and principles of American democracy. The student should be able to MX105-02 American 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an analyze how U.S. foreign policy is Foreign Policy Governance: understanding of the relationship of the formulated and the means by which it Government/Political United States to other nations and to world is carried out; Science affairs, including the divisions of the world into nations and interactions between the United States and other nations. The student should be able to MX105-02 American 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an identify important current foreign Foreign Policy Governance: understanding of the relationship of the policy issues and evaluate the means Government/Political United States to other nations and to world the United States is using to deal with Science affairs, including the divisions of the world them; into nations and interactions between the United States and other nations. The student should be able to MX104-03 Making 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an evaluate the importance of commonly Decisions, Governance: understanding of the role of the citizen in held civic responsibilities to life in a Seeking Government/Political American democracy, including personal democracy; Consensus, Science and civic rights and responsibilities. The and Resolving student should be able to Conflicts Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX104-03 Making 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an identify examples of individual and Decisions, Governance: understanding of the role of the citizen in public goals and explain how Seeking Government/Political American democracy, including personal participation in civic and political life Consensus, Science and civic rights and responsibilities. The can help attain them; and Resolving student should be able to Conflicts MX104-03 Making 11-12 Power, Authority, & The learner will demonstrate an explain how Americans can monitor Decisions, Governance: understanding of the role of the citizen in and influence politics and government Seeking Government/Political American democracy, including personal at the local, state, and national levels; Consensus, Science and civic rights and responsibilities. The and Resolving student should be able to Conflicts MX102-02 Understand 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an show how scarcity and choice impact Business and Consumption: understanding of how scarcity and choice the economic decisions of individuals, Behavior Economics impact economic activity. The student families, and communities; should be able to MX102-01 Be an Informed 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an describe the typical choices families MX102-01 Be an Informed 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an assess how choices may translate Consumer and Consumption: understanding of how scarcity and choice into opportunity costs and result in Economics impact economic activity. The student trade-offs that determine what goods should be able to and services are provided; MX102-01 Be an Informed 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an explain how consumers spend their Consumer and Consumption: understanding of how scarcity and choice budget to maximize the net benefits Economics impact economic activity. The student of their income; should be able to MX102-02 Understand 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an explain how producers allocate their Business and Consumption: understanding of how scarcity and choice expenditures to minimize production Behavior Economics impact economic activity. The student costs; and should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX101-01 Back to Basics 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an explain the law of demand and the and Consumption: understanding of markets and the role of law of supply; Economics demand and supply in determining price and resource allocation. The student should be able to MX101-01 Back to Basics 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an identify the nonprice determinants of and Consumption: understanding of markets and the role of demand and those of supply; Economics demand and supply in determining price and resource allocation. The student should be able to MX101-01 Back to Basics 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an examine how changes in the nonprice and Consumption: understanding of markets and the role of determinants of demand cause Economics demand and supply in determining price and demand to change; resource allocation. The student should be able to MX101-01 Back to Basics 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an examine how changes in the nonprice and Consumption: understanding of markets and the role of determinants of supply cause supply Economics demand and supply in determining price and to change; resource allocation. The student should be able to MX101-01 Back to Basics 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an analyze how change in market price and Consumption: understanding of markets and the role of and quantity result from changes in Economics demand and supply in determining price and demand and supply; resource allocation. The student should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX101-03 Markets and 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an explain market equilibrium and the Trade and Consumption: understanding of markets and the role of mechanism for eliminating shortages Economics demand and supply in determining price and and surpluses; and resource allocation. The student should be able to MX101-02 Economic 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an illustrate how entrepreneurial Policy and Consumption: understanding of the sources of income and decisions are influenced by changes Economics growth in a free enterprise economy. The in taxation and government regulation; student should be able to MX101-02 Economic 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an list the commonly accepted economic Policy and Consumption: understanding of government in the responsibilities of government in the Economics operation of markets. The student should be economy; able to MX101-04 Economic 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an explain why government produces Systems and Consumption: understanding of government in the some goods and services; Economics operation of markets. The student should be able to MX101-02 Economic 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an examine the use of government Policy and Consumption: understanding of government in the subsidies and taxes to influence the Economics operation of markets. The student should be output of certain goods and services; able to MX101-02 Economic 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an compare proportional, progressive, Policy and Consumption: understanding of government in the and regressive taxes and explain Economics operation of markets. The student should be justifications of each in past and able to current times; MX101-02 Economic 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an explain the functions of government Policy and Consumption: understanding of government in the regulations; Economics operation of markets. The student should be able to Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # Name MX101-03 Markets and 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an analyze the concept of a global Trade and Consumption: understanding of the principles of trade and economy; Economics economic development. The student should be able to MX101-03 Markets and 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an explain the balance of trade; Trade and Consumption: understanding of the principles of trade and Economics economic development. The student should be able to MX101-04 Economic 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an describe barriers to international Systems and Consumption: understanding of the principles of trade and trade; and Economics economic development. The student should be able to MX101-04 Economic 11-12 Production, Distribution, The learner will demonstrate an define terms such as "tariff," "quota," Systems and Consumption: understanding of the principles of trade and "exchange rate," "most favored nation Economics economic development. The student should trade status," and the like. be able to State: South Carolina Grades: 9-12 Content:Science Standards Correlation Date: 10/03 Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX42-01 Become Familiar with 9-12 Inquiry Identify Questions and Concepts that Formulate a testable hypothesis based on literary Experimental Design Guide Scientific Investigations research and previous knowledge. PX48-01 Steps of the 9-12 Inquiry Identify Questions and Concepts that Formulate a testable hypothesis based on literary Scientific Method Guide Scientific Investigations research and previous knowledge. PX48-01 Steps of the 9-12 Inquiry Identify Questions and Concepts that Identify and select experimental variables Scientific Method Guide Scientific Investigations (independent and dependent) and controlled conditions. PX48-02 Be Skeptical 9-12 Inquiry Identify Questions and Concepts that Identify and select experimental variables Guide Scientific Investigations (independent and dependent) and controlled conditions. PX48-03 Be Fair 9-12 Inquiry Identify Questions and Concepts that Identify and select experimental variables Guide Scientific Investigations (independent and dependent) and controlled conditions. PX48-04 Know What Can Go 9-12 Inquiry Identify Questions and Concepts that Identify and select experimental variables Wrong Guide Scientific Investigations (independent and dependent) and controlled conditions. PX48-01 Steps of the 9-12 Inquiry Design and Conduct Investigations Conduct a laboratory investigation with repeated Scientific Method trials and systematic manipulation of variables. PX48-02 Be Skeptical 9-12 Inquiry Design and Conduct Investigations Conduct a laboratory investigation with repeated trials and systematic manipulation of variables. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # PX48-03 Be Fair 9-12 Inquiry Design and Conduct Investigations Conduct a laboratory investigation with repeated trials and systematic manipulation of variables. PX48-04 Know What Can Go 9-12 Inquiry Design and Conduct Investigations Conduct a laboratory investigation with repeated Wrong trials and systematic manipulation of variables. PX48-04 Know What Can Go 9-12 Inquiry Design and Conduct Investigations Identify possible sources of error inherent in an Wrong experimental design. MX41-01 Graphs 9-12 Inquiry Design and Conduct Investigations Organize and display data in useable and efficient formats, such as tables, graphs, maps, and cross sections. MX41-02 Diagrams 9-12 Inquiry Design and Conduct Investigations Organize and display data in useable and efficient formats, such as tables, graphs, maps, and cross sections. MX41-03 Tables 9-12 Inquiry Design and Conduct Investigations Organize and display data in useable and efficient formats, such as tables, graphs, maps, and cross sections. MX71-01 Cells 9-12 Life Science The Cell Compare prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. MX71-02 Digestion, Transport, 9-12 Life Science The Cell Identify the cellular structures that are responsible and Synthesis for energy production, waste disposal, molecular synthesis, storage of genetic material, and cell movement. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX71-02 Digestion, Transport, 9-12 Life Science The Cell Most cell functions involve chemical reactions. and Synthesis Food molecules taken into the cell react to provide the chemical constituents needed to synthesize other molecules. Both breakdown and synthesis are made possible by a large set of protein catalysts, called enzymes. The breakdown of some of the food molecules enables the cell to store energy in specific chemicals that are used to carry out the many functions of the cell. MX71-02 Digestion, Transport, 9-12 Life Science The Cell Explain the role of enzymes in chemical reactions and Synthesis within the cell. MX88-02 Classes of Organic 9-12 Life Science The Cell Differentiate the functions of carbohydrates, Molecules proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids in the cell. MX71-02 Digestion, Transport, 9-12 Life Science The Cell Cells store and use information to guide their and Synthesis functions. The genetic information stored in DNA is used to direct the synthesis of the thousands of proteins each cell requires. MX78-02 Mendelian Genetics 9-12 Life Science The Molecular Basis of Heredity Explain how DNA, genes and chromosomes are related. MX75-02 Mutation 9-12 Life Science The Molecular Basis of Heredity Explain how DNA, genes and chromosomes are related. MX75-04 Genetic Engineering 9-12 Life Science The Molecular Basis of Heredity Evaluate the impact of DNA technology on society (e.g., bioengineering, forensics, genome project, DNA fingerprinting). (T, P) Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX78-02 Mendelian Genetics 9-12 Life Science The Molecular Basis of Heredity Most of the cells in a human contain two copies of each of 22 different chromosomes. In addition, there is a pair of chromosomes that determines sex: a female contains two X-chromosomes and a male contains one X and one Y chromosome. Transmission of genetic information to offspring occurs through egg and sperm cells that contain only one representative from each chromosome pair. An egg and sperm unite to form a new individual. The fact that the human body is formed from cells that contain two copies of each chromosome--and therefore two copies of each gene--explains many features of human heredity, such as how variations that are hidden in one generation can be expressed in the next. MX78-02 Mendelian Genetics 9-12 Life Science The Molecular Basis of Heredity Discuss advancements in the study of heredity since Mendel including the chromosome theory. (H) MX75-02 Mutation 9-12 Life Science The Molecular Basis of Heredity Changes in DNA (mutations) occur spontaneously at low rates. Some of these changes make no difference to the organism, whereas others can change cells and organisms. Only mutations in germ cells can create the variation that changes an organism's offspring. MX75-02 Mutation 9-12 Life Science The Molecular Basis of Heredity Discuss how both chromosomal and gene mutations might occur. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX75-02 Mutation 9-12 Life Science The Molecular Basis of Heredity Infer how mutations contribute to genetic diversity. MX78-02 Mendelian Genetics 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Species evolve over time. Evolution is the consequence of the interactions of (1) the potential for a species to increase its numbers, (2) the genetic variability of offspring due to mutation and recombination of genes, (3) a finite supply of the resources required for life, and (4) the ensuing selection by the environment of those offspring better able to survive and leave offspring. MX75-02 Mutation 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Species evolve over time. Evolution is the consequence of the interactions of (1) the potential for a species to increase its numbers, (2) the genetic variability of offspring due to mutation and recombination of genes, (3) a finite supply of the resources required for life, and (4) the ensuing selection by the environment of those offspring better able to survive and leave offspring. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX76-01 Evidence for 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Species evolve over time. Evolution is the Evolution consequence of the interactions of (1) the potential for a species to increase its numbers, (2) the genetic variability of offspring due to mutation and recombination of genes, (3) a finite supply of the resources required for life, and (4) the ensuing selection by the environment of those offspring better able to survive and leave offspring. MX76-02 Natural Selection 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Species evolve over time. Evolution is the consequence of the interactions of (1) the potential for a species to increase its numbers, (2) the genetic variability of offspring due to mutation and recombination of genes, (3) a finite supply of the resources required for life, and (4) the ensuing selection by the environment of those offspring better able to survive and leave offspring. MX76-03 Adaptation in Action 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Species evolve over time. Evolution is the consequence of the interactions of (1) the potential for a species to increase its numbers, (2) the genetic variability of offspring due to mutation and recombination of genes, (3) a finite supply of the resources required for life, and (4) the ensuing selection by the environment of those offspring better able to survive and leave offspring. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX76-01 Evidence for 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Discuss evolution as a consequence of various Evolution interactions; such as the number of offspring, genetic variability, finite supply of resources, and environmental factors. MX76-02 Natural Selection 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Discuss evolution as a consequence of various interactions; such as the number of offspring, genetic variability, finite supply of resources, and environmental factors. MX76-03 Adaptation in Action 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Discuss evolution as a consequence of various interactions; such as the number of offspring, genetic variability, finite supply of resources, and environmental factors. MX76-02 Natural Selection 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Natural selection and its evolutionary consequences provide a scientific explanation for the fossil record of ancient life forms, as well as for the striking molecular similarities observed among the diverse species of living organisms. MX76-02 Natural Selection 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Evaluate the process of natural selection and its consequences. MX76-01 Evidence for 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Discuss Charles Darwin's contribution to the study Evolution of evolution. (H) MX73-01 The Five Kingdoms 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Investigate the modern kingdom classification system based on fossil record interpretation and similarities in structural and chemical make-up. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX73-02 Levels of 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Investigate the modern kingdom classification Classification system based on fossil record interpretation and similarities in structural and chemical make-up. MX76-03 Adaptation in Action 9-12 Life Science Biological Evolution Analyze the complexity of classifying organisms based on structural adaptations, physiology, nutritional strategies, biochemical similarities, genetic similarities, embryological similarities, and methods of reproduction. MX90-01 Biosphere: 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms The atoms and molecules on the earth cycle Interactions Among among the living and nonliving components of the Life and Nonlife biosphere. MX90-01 Biosphere: 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Analyze how organisms interact with the biosphere Interactions Among as part of the geochemical cycles (carbon, Life and Nonlife nitrogen, phosphorous and water cycles). MX77-01 Carbon Cycle 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Analyze how organisms interact with the biosphere as part of the geochemical cycles (carbon, nitrogen, phosphorous and water cycles). MX77-02 Water Cycle 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Analyze how organisms interact with the biosphere as part of the geochemical cycles (carbon, nitrogen, phosphorous and water cycles). MX77-03 Nitrogen Cycle 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Analyze how organisms interact with the biosphere as part of the geochemical cycles (carbon, nitrogen, phosphorous and water cycles). Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX72-02 Food Webs and 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Evaluate the importance of nutrient cycles in an Chains ecosystem. MX72-02 Food Webs and 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Energy flows through ecosystems in one direction, Chains from photosynthetic organisms to herbivores to carnivores and decomposers. MX72-02 Food Webs and 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Trace the flow of energy through various trophic Chains levels. MX77-01 Carbon Cycle 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Assess the value of the carbon cycle to the flow of energy through the ecosystems. MX72-03 Populations in 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Organisms both cooperate and compete in Ecosystems ecosystems. The interrelationships and interdependencies of these organisms may generate ecosystems that are stable for hundreds or thousands of years. MX72-03 Populations in 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Relate the terms of cooperation and competition to Ecosystems organisms within an ecosystem. MX74-01 Characteristics of 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Evaluate how interrelationships and Living Things interdependencies of living things contribute to the homeostasis of ecosystems. MX72-03 Populations in 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Predict how interactions among organisms, such as Ecosystems predation, competition, and parasitism affect population growth. MX72-04 Succession 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Discuss the effects of succession on terrestrial ecosystems. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX78-01 Biomagnification 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Human beings live within the world's ecosystems. Increasingly, humans modify ecosystems as a result of population growth, technology, and consumption. Human destruction of habitats through direct harvesting, pollution, atmospheric changes, and other factors is threatening current global stability, and if not addressed, ecosystems will be irreversibly affected. MX78-02 Pollution 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Human beings live within the world's ecosystems. Increasingly, humans modify ecosystems as a result of population growth, technology, and consumption. Human destruction of habitats through direct harvesting, pollution, atmospheric changes, and other factors is threatening current global stability, and if not addressed, ecosystems will be irreversibly affected. MX78-03 Conservation 9-12 Life Science Interdependence of Organisms Human beings live within the world's ecosystems. Increasingly, humans modify ecosystems as a result of population growth, technology, and consumption. Human destruction of habitats through direct harvesting, pollution, atmospheric changes, and other factors is threatening current global stability, and if not addressed, ecosystems will be irreversibly affected. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX72-01 Photosynthesis and 9-12 Life Science Matter, Energy and Organization in Summarize the basic process by which Respiration Living Systems photosynthesis converts solar energy into chemical energy (food molecules). MX72-01 Photosynthesis and 9-12 Life Science Matter, Energy and Organization in Summarize the basic aerobic and anaerobic Respiration Living Systems processes by which cellular respiration breaks down food molecules into energy that can be used by cells. MX72-01 Photosynthesis and 9-12 Life Science Matter, Energy and Organization in The chemical bonds of food molecules contain Respiration Living Systems energy. Energy is released when the bonds of food molecules are broken and new compounds with lower energy bonds are formed Cells usually store this energy temporarily in phosphate bonds of a small high-energy compound called ATP. MX72-01 Photosynthesis and 9-12 Life Science Matter, Energy and Organization in Discuss the importance of ATP and how it is cycled. Respiration Living Systems MX74-01 Characteristics of 9-12 Life Science Matter, Energy and Organization in Explain homeostasis and predict the consequences Living Things Living Systems of a lack of energy on homeostasis. MX74-01 Characteristics of 9-12 Life Science Behavior and Regulation Investigate how different organisms maintain Living Things homeostasis. MX74-01 Characteristics of 9-12 Life Science Behavior and Regulation Give examples of feedback mechanisms. Living Things MX74-01 Characteristics of 9-12 Life Science Behavior and Regulation Explain how organisms react to pathogens. Living Things Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX74-01 Characteristics of 9-12 Life Science Behavior and Regulation Give examples that illustrate innate behavior. Living Things MX74-01 Characteristics of 9-12 Life Science Behavior and Regulation Give examples of learned behavior. Living Things MX74-01 Characteristics of 9-12 Life Science Behavior and Regulation Discuss tropisms in plants as responses to external Living Things stimuli. MX76-02 Natural Selection 9-12 Life Science Behavior and Regulation Like other aspects of an organism's biology, behaviors have evolved through natural selection. Behaviors often have an adaptive logic when viewed in terms of evolutionary principles. MX76-03 Adaptation in Action 9-12 Life Science Behavior and Regulation Like other aspects of an organism's biology, behaviors have evolved through natural selection. Behaviors often have an adaptive logic when viewed in terms of evolutionary principles. MX89-01 A Force to Be 9-12 Earth Science Energy in the Earth System Describe how gravitational forces led to the Reckoned With production of heat in the early history of the Earth and to the differentiation of the Earth into a core, mantle, and crust. MX84-01 Plate Tectonics 9-12 Earth Science Energy in the Earth System Examine how internal heat produces convection currents that are the driving force for plate tectonics. MX84-04 Earthquakes and 9-12 Earth Science Energy in the Earth System Examine how internal heat produces convection Volcanoes currents that are the driving force for plate tectonics. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX84-04 Earthquakes and 9-12 Earth Science Energy in the Earth System Analyze the pros and cons of living in areas Volcanoes affected by natural hazards such as earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions. (P) MX85-01 Atmosphere and 9-12 Earth Science Energy in the Earth System Heating of Earth's surface and atmosphere by the Weather sun drives convection within the atmosphere. Global climate is determined by energy transfer from the sun at and near the Earth's surface. This energy transfer is influenced by dynamic processes such as cloud cover and the Earth's rotation, and static conditions such as the position of mountain ranges and oceans. MX85-02 Climate Changes 9-12 Earth Science Energy in the Earth System Heating of Earth's surface and atmosphere by the sun drives convection within the atmosphere. Global climate is determined by energy transfer from the sun at and near the Earth's surface. This energy transfer is influenced by dynamic processes such as cloud cover and the Earth's rotation, and static conditions such as the position of mountain ranges and oceans. MX85-01 Atmosphere and 9-12 Earth Science Energy in the Earth System Analyze the effects of atmospheric convection, Weather atmospheric dust and cloud cover, rotation of the Earth, revolution of the Earth, and tilt of the Earth's rotational axis on global climates and seasons. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX85-02 Climate Changes 9-12 Earth Science Energy in the Earth System Analyze the effects of atmospheric convection, atmospheric dust and cloud cover, rotation of the Earth, revolution of the Earth, and tilt of the Earth's rotational axis on global climates and seasons. MX86-03 Earth and Its Moon 9-12 Earth Science Energy in the Earth System Analyze the effects of atmospheric convection, atmospheric dust and cloud cover, rotation of the Earth, revolution of the Earth, and tilt of the Earth's rotational axis on global climates and seasons. MX85-01 Atmosphere and 9-12 Earth Science Energy in the Earth System Analyze the pros and cons of living in areas Weather affected by natural hazards such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and other severe weather. (P) MX84-03 Weathering, Erosion, 9-12 Earth Science Energy in the Earth System Evaluate the effectiveness of human interventions and Deposition designed to reduce the effects of rising sea level and waves on coastal erosion. MX77-01 Carbon Cycle 9-12 Earth Science Geochemical Cycles Illustrate and explain how elements, such as carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen, cycle through the atmosphere, oceans, rocks, and living organisms. MX77-02 Water Cycle 9-12 Earth Science Geochemical Cycles Illustrate and explain how elements, such as carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen, cycle through the atmosphere, oceans, rocks, and living organisms. MX77-03 Nitrogen Cycle 9-12 Earth Science Geochemical Cycles Illustrate and explain how elements, such as carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen, cycle through the atmosphere, oceans, rocks, and living organisms. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX91-01 The Rock Cycle 9-12 Earth Science Geochemical Cycles Illustrate and explain how elements, such as carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen, cycle through the atmosphere, oceans, rocks, and living organisms. MX78-03 Conservation 9-12 Earth Science Geochemical Cycles Evaluate the importance of limiting consumption of nonrenewable resources. (T, P) MX77-01 Carbon Cycle 9-12 Earth Science Geochemical Cycles Describe how the Earth's internal and external energy drives the physical and chemical changes carbon undergoes as it moves through its geochemical cycle. MX92-01 Formation of the 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Describe how scientists theorize that the Solar Solar System Earth System system formed from a nebular cloud of dust and gas. MX92-02 The Big Bang 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Describe how scientists theorize that the Solar Earth System system formed from a nebular cloud of dust and gas. MX85-01 Atmosphere and 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Describe changes in atmospheric conditions over Weather Earth System time and infer possible causes including the greenhouse effect and ice age cycles. MX84-02 Glaciation 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Describe changes in atmospheric conditions over Earth System time and infer possible causes including the greenhouse effect and ice age cycles. MX91-02 Types of Rocks 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Infer how interactions between the atmosphere, Earth System hydrosphere, and solid Earth result in the formation of sedimentary rocks. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX84-01 Plate Tectonics 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Predict changes in the Earth's surface based on Earth System past and current geologic events (e.g., earthquakes, volcanic activity, mountain building, weathering, erosion, and impact craters). (N) MX84-02 Glaciation 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Predict changes in the Earth's surface based on Earth System past and current geologic events (e.g., earthquakes, volcanic activity, mountain building, weathering, erosion, and impact craters). (N) MX84-03 Weathering, Erosion, 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Predict changes in the Earth's surface based on and Deposition Earth System past and current geologic events (e.g., earthquakes, volcanic activity, mountain building, weathering, erosion, and impact craters). (N) MX84-04 Earthquakes and 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Predict changes in the Earth's surface based on Volcanoes Earth System past and current geologic events (e.g., earthquakes, volcanic activity, mountain building, weathering, erosion, and impact craters). (N) MX84-01 Plate Tectonics 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Trace the historical development of the theory of Earth System plate tectonics including the contributions of Wegener. (H, N) MX92-02 The Big Bang 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Discuss the evidence for an expanding universe. Universe MX92-01 Formation of the 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Identify the location of our Sun in the Milky Way Solar System Universe galaxy. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX86-02 Stars 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Stars produce energy from nuclear reactions, Universe primarily the fusion of hydrogen to form helium. These and other processes in stars have led to the formation of all the other elements. MX86-02 Stars 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Describe the life cycles of stars. Universe MX86-02 Stars 9-12 Earth Science The Origin and Evolution of the Explain the formation of elements by fusion in stars Universe and supernova explosions. MX79-02 Atoms 9-12 Physical Structure of Atoms Cite the physical and chemical evidences for the Science existence and structure of atoms. (CHEMISTRY) MX79-02 Atoms 9-12 Physical Structure of Atoms Compare and contrast the component particles of Science the atom. (CHEMISTRY) MX79-02 Atoms 9-12 Physical Structure of Atoms Identify the charge, component particles, and Science relative mass of the nucleus. (CHEMISTRY) MX79-02 Atoms 9-12 Physical Structure of Atoms Explain that elements exist as isotopes, which may Science be stable or unstable (radioactive). (CHEMISTRY) MX80-02 Physical, Chemical, 9-12 Physical Structure of Atoms Contrast the energy released by nuclear reactions and Nuclear Changes Science to that released by chemical reactions. (CHEMISTRY) MX80-02 Physical, Chemical, 9-12 Physical Structure of Atoms Compare and contrast fission and fusion reactions and Nuclear Changes Science showing how they are processes that convert (CHEMISTRY) matter to energy. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX80-02 Physical, Chemical, 9-12 Physical Structure of Atoms Describe fusion as the process that fuels the sun and Nuclear Changes Science and other stars. (CHEMISTRY) MX79-02 Atoms 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Predict the charge a representative element will Science acquire based on its outer electron arrangement. (CHEMISTRY) MX79-04 Chemical Reactions 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Predict the charge a representative element will Science acquire based on its outer electron arrangement. (CHEMISTRY) MX79-03 Periodic Table 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Trace the historical development of the periodic Science table including the contributions of Mendeleev. (H, (CHEMISTRY) N) MX79-03 Periodic Table 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Explain the arrangement of elements within a group Science on the periodic table based on similar physical and (CHEMISTRY) chemical properties. MX79-03 Periodic Table 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Explain that property trends on the periodic table Science are a function of the elements' atomic structures. (CHEMISTRY) MX79-03 Periodic Table 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Determine atomic number, mass number, # Science protons, # neutrons, # electrons for given isotopes (CHEMISTRY) of elements. MX79-01 Measuring Matter 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Compare and contrast elements and compounds. Science (CHEMISTRY) MX79-02 Atoms 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Compare and contrast elements and compounds. Science (CHEMISTRY) Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX79-04 Chemical Reactions 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Classify compounds as being crystalline solids Science (ionic) or molecules (covalent) based on the (CHEMISTRY) transfer or sharing of outer electrons. MX79-04 Chemical Reactions 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Predict the ratio by which the representative Science elements combine to form ionic compounds (CHEMISTRY) expressing that ratio in a chemical formula. MX87-01 Understanding 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Predict the ratio by which the representative Chemical Reactions Science elements combine to form ionic compounds (CHEMISTRY) expressing that ratio in a chemical formula. MX87-02 Reaction Equations 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Predict the ratio by which the representative Science elements combine to form ionic compounds (CHEMISTRY) expressing that ratio in a chemical formula. MX79-04 Chemical Reactions 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Relate the physical properties of compounds to Science their type of bonding. (CHEMISTRY) MX87-03 Solubility 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Investigate how solubility varies among different Science solutes and for the same solute at different (CHEMISTRY) temperatures. MX87-03 Solubility 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Identify factors that affect the rates at which Science substances dissolve. (CHEMISTRY) MX87-03 Solubility 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Compare the amount of solute and solvent in Science concentrated and dilute mixtures. (CHEMISTRY) MX88-01 Elements of Life 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Describe polymers as molecules bonded together. Science (CHEMISTRY) Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX88-01 Elements of Life 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Determine uses of aromatic compounds and Science polymers in everyday life. (P) (CHEMISTRY) MX88-01 Elements of Life 9-12 Physical Structure and Properties of Matter Explore, investigate, and list some common uses of Science petroleum products, including manufacturing and (CHEMISTRY) medical applications. MX88-02 Classes of Organic 9-12 Physical Chemical Reactions Analyze how these simpler molecules are Molecules Science rearranged into new molecules within living things. (CHEMISTRY) (N) MX88-03 Reactions to 9-12 Physical Chemical Reactions Analyze how these simpler molecules are Remember Science rearranged into new molecules within living things. (CHEMISTRY) (N) MX87-01 Understanding 9-12 Physical Chemical Reactions Recognize balanced chemical equations. Chemical Reactions Science (CHEMISTRY) MX87-02 Reaction Equations 9-12 Physical Chemical Reactions Recognize balanced chemical equations. Science (CHEMISTRY) MX80-02 Physical, Chemical, 9-12 Physical Chemical Reactions Classify reactions as energy-absorbing and Nuclear Changes Science (endothermic) or energy-releasing (exothermic) (CHEMISTRY) based on temperature measurements. MX78-01 Biomagnification 9-12 Physical Chemical Reactions Explain how acid rain is formed and discuss its Science effects on the environment. (P) (CHEMISTRY) MX87-01 Understanding 9-12 Physical Chemical Reactions Describe how reaction rates are a function of the Chemical Reactions Science collisions among particles. (CHEMISTRY) Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX87-01 Understanding 9-12 Physical Chemical Reactions Analyze the effects of temperature, particle size, Chemical Reactions Science stirring, concentration, and catalysts on reaction (CHEMISTRY) rates. MX82-01 Newton's Laws 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Trace the historical development of the Science understanding of forces including the contributions (PHYSICS) of Galileo, Isaac Newton, Benjamin Franklin, and Charles-Augustin de Coulomb (H, N) MX82-01 Newton's Laws 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Predict the motion of an object in terms of Newton's Science three laws of motion. (PHYSICS) MX82-01 Newton's Laws 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Solve uniformly accelerated, linear motion Science problems quantitatively and graphically. (PHYSICS) MX82-01 Newton's Laws 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Cite evidence to justify the use of auto safety Science devices, including seat belts, air bags, bumpers (PHYSICS) and head rests, in terms of Newton's laws. (P, T) MX89-01 A Force to Be 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Describe quantitative changes in gravitational Reckoned With Science attraction in terms of changes in distances between (PHYSICS) masses. MX89-01 A Force to Be 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Describe quantitative changes in gravitational Reckoned With Science attraction in terms of changes in the masses. (PHYSICS) MX81-01 Electricity 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Demonstrate the interactions of like and unlike Science charges. (PHYSICS) Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX81-01 Electricity 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Examine changes in electrostatic attraction in terms Science of changes in distances between two point charges. (PHYSICS) MX81-01 Electricity 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Examine changes in electrostatic attraction in terms Science of changes in the quantities of the charges. (PHYSICS) MX81-01 Electricity 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Compare the magnitudes of electrical and Science gravitational forces. (PHYSICS) MX89-01 A Force to Be 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Compare the magnitudes of electrical and Reckoned With Science gravitational forces. (PHYSICS) MX81-01 Electricity 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Discuss the role of static electricity in disruptions Science and damage to electrical devices. (N, P, T) (PHYSICS) MX81-01 Electricity 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Describe how moving electrical charges produce Science magnetic fields. (PHYSICS) MX81-03 Magnetism 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Describe how moving electrical charges produce Science magnetic fields. (PHYSICS) MX81-03 Magnetism 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Describe how moving magnets produce electrical Science fields. (PHYSICS) MX81-02 Electrical Circuits 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Analyze electrical circuits that obey Ohm's Law. Science (Not an NSES standard) (PHYSICS) Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX81-02 Electrical Circuits 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Construct and schematically diagram simple series Science circuits and parallel circuits. (PHYSICS) MX81-01 Electricity 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Use an electric meter to measure the voltage and Science resistance. (T) (PHYSICS) MX81-02 Electrical Circuits 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Use an electric meter to measure the voltage and Science resistance. (T) (PHYSICS) MX81-01 Electricity 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Compare and contrast series and parallel circuits. Science (PHYSICS) MX81-02 Electrical Circuits 9-12 Physical Motions and Forces Compare and contrast series and parallel circuits. Science (PHYSICS) MX80-01 Energy 9-12 Physical Conservation of Energy and the Evaluate transformations between potential and Transformations Science Increase in Disorder kinetic energies and other forms of energy. (PHYSICS) MX80-01 Energy 9-12 Physical Conservation of Energy and the State and apply quantitative relationships between Transformations Science Increase in Disorder energy, work, power, and efficiency. (PHYSICS) MX80-01 Energy 9-12 Physical Conservation of Energy and the Classify energy types as potential, kinetic, or Transformations Science Increase in Disorder electromagnetic. (PHYSICS) MX83-01 Waves 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Identify and show relationships among wave Science characteristics such as velocity, period, frequency, (PHYSICS) amplitude, phase, and wavelength. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX83-01 Waves 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Compare and contrast models of longitudinal and Science transverse waves. (PHYSICS) MX83-01 Waves 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Give examples of the wave behaviors of reflection, Science refraction, diffraction, interference, polarization, and (PHYSICS) Doppler effect. MX83-02 Sound 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Give examples of the wave behaviors of reflection, Science refraction, diffraction, interference, polarization, and (PHYSICS) Doppler effect. MX83-03 Light 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Give examples of the wave behaviors of reflection, Science refraction, diffraction, interference, polarization, and (PHYSICS) Doppler effect. MX83-02 Sound 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Compare light and sound in terms of wave models. Science (PHYSICS) MX83-03 Light 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Compare light and sound in terms of wave models. Science (PHYSICS) MX83-01 Waves 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Distinguish between the electromagnetic spectrum, Science seismic waves, water waves and sound waves (PHYSICS) based on their properties and behaviors. MX83-01 Waves 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Describe the energy of a wave in terms of Science amplitude and frequency. (PHYSICS) MX83-01 Waves 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Relate wave behavior to health issues such as skin Science cancer, cataracts, medical diagnostics, and (PHYSICS) treatment. (P, T) Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Strand Text Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # MX83-01 Waves 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Compare and contrast the parts of the Science electromagnetic spectrum in terms of energy. (PHYSICS) MX83-02 Sound 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Compare and contrast the parts of the Science electromagnetic spectrum in terms of energy. (PHYSICS) MX83-03 Light 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Compare and contrast the parts of the Science electromagnetic spectrum in terms of energy. (PHYSICS) MX81-02 Electrical Circuits 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Compare insulators, conductors, and Science semiconductors. (PHYSICS) MX81-02 Electrical Circuits 9-12 Physical Interactions of Energy and Matter Evaluate the impact of miniaturization of electric Science circuits upon individuals and society. (H, P, T) (PHYSICS)

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