# Mathematics

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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,

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,
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,

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,

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,

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,
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,

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,

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,

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,
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,

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,

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,

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,
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,

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

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
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

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

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

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

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
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

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

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

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

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
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

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

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

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

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
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

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

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

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

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
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

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

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

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

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
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

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

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

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

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
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

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

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

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

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
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,
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,
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,
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,
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,
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,
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,
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,
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,
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,
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.

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.

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.
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

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
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
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
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,
PX24-02    Draw Before You       9     Writing         Writing Purposes                      Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade,
MX30-01     The Writing           9     Writing         Writing Purposes                      Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade,
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,
PX24-02    Draw Before You      10     Writing         Writing Purposes                      Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade,
MX30-01     The Writing          10     Writing         Writing Purposes                      Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade,
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
Interpret Point of
View
Evaluate
Character
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,
PX24-02    Draw Before You     11     Writing         Writing Purposes                      Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade,
MX30-01     The Writing         11     Writing         Writing Purposes                      Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade,
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,
PX24-02    Draw Before You     12     Writing         Writing Purposes                      Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade,
MX30-01     The Writing         12     Writing         Writing Purposes                      Demonstrate the ability to use writing to persuade,
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
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
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;
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
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)
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
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).
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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.
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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.
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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
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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)
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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)
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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)
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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)
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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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