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					VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards




These 'VTS and State Standards' alignments are meant for individual teacher's use in planning lessons and
determining which state standards are addressed in VTS lessons and extension activities. We DO NOT claim that
VTS meets all the standards listed on these documents. They are designed to narrow, but not eliminate, the
standards that could possibly be met through VTS discussions, adaptations and applications.
                               Grade
Subject        Title           Descr       State ID     State Text

English       Grade 1                                   Ask questions to clarify directions and/or classroom
Language Arts lessons 1-5      Grade 1               48 routines.

English       Grade 1          Grades: K-               participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts lessons 1-5      4          ELA-4-E7      (e.g., active listener, contributor, discussion leader)

English       Grade 1          Grades: K-               interpreting (e.g., retelling, summarizing) texts to
Language Arts lessons 1-5      4          ELA-1-E6      generate connections to real-life situations

English       Grade 1                                   Engage in discussions about classroom procedures and
Language Arts lessons 1-5      Grade 1               56 rules

English       Grade 1                                   Compare the similarities/differences between events in a
Language Arts lessons 1-5      Grade 1               16 story and events in life
                                                        Use active listening strategies (e.g., making eye contact,
                                                        asking questions, restating acquired information and
English       Grade 1                                   procedures) to acquire information and understand
Language Arts lessons 1-5      Grade 1               53 procedures

English       Grade 1                                   descriptive words to answer questions about characters,
Language Arts lessons 1-5      Grade 1                  settings, and events of a story

English       Grade 2                                   Use active listening strategies, including asking for
Language Arts lessons 1-2      Grade 2               44 clarification and explanations
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards


English       Grade 2       Grades: K-               participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts lessons 1-2   4          ELA-4-E7      (e.g., active listener, contributor, discussion leader)

English       Grade 2                                Discuss classroom procedures and rules and generate
Language Arts lessons 1-2   Grade 2               47 ideas for new procedures and rules

English       Grade 2       Grades: K-               interpreting (e.g., retelling, summarizing) texts to
Language Arts lessons 1-2   4          ELA-1-E6      generate connections to real-life situations
                                                     using basic reasoning skills to distinguish fact from
                                                     opinion, skim and scan for facts, determine cause and
English       Grade 2       Grades: K-               effect, generate inquiry, and make connections with real-
Language Arts lessons 1-2   4          ELA-7-E4      life situations

English       Grade 2                                Use active listening strategies, including asking for
Language Arts lessons 3-4   Grade 2               44 clarification and explanations

English       Grade 2       Grades: K-               participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts lessons 3-4   4          ELA-4-E7      (e.g., active listener, contributor, discussion leader)

English       Grade 2                                Discuss classroom procedures and rules and generate
Language Arts lessons 3-4   Grade 2               47 ideas for new procedures and rules

English       Grade 2       Grades: K-               interpreting (e.g., retelling, summarizing) texts to
Language Arts lessons 3-4   4          ELA-1-E6      generate connections to real-life situations
                                                     using basic reasoning skills to distinguish fact from
                                                     opinion, skim and scan for facts, determine cause and
English       Grade 2       Grades: K-               effect, generate inquiry, and make connections with real-
Language Arts lessons 3-4   4          ELA-7-E4      life situations

English       Grade 2                                Use active listening strategies, including asking for
Language Arts lessons 5-6   Grade 2               44 clarification and explanations

English       Grade 2       Grades: K-               participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts lessons 5-6   4          ELA-4-E7      (e.g., active listener, contributor, discussion leader)
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards


English       Grade 2                                 Discuss classroom procedures and rules and generate
Language Arts lessons 5-6    Grade 2               47 ideas for new procedures and rules

English       Grade 2        Grades: K-               interpreting (e.g., retelling, summarizing) texts to
Language Arts lessons 5-6    4          ELA-1-E6      generate connections to real-life situations
                                                      using basic reasoning skills to distinguish fact from
                                                      opinion, skim and scan for facts, determine cause and
English       Grade 2        Grades: K-               effect, generate inquiry, and make connections with real-
Language Arts lessons 5-6    4          ELA-7-E4      life situations

English       Grade 2                                 Use active listening strategies, including asking for
Language Arts lessons 7-8    Grade 2               44 clarification and explanations

English       Grade 2        Grades: K-               participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts lessons 7-8    4          ELA-4-E7      (e.g., active listener, contributor, discussion leader)

English       Grade 2                                 Discuss classroom procedures and rules and generate
Language Arts lessons 7-8    Grade 2               47 ideas for new procedures and rules

English       Grade 2        Grades: K-               interpreting (e.g., retelling, summarizing) texts to
Language Arts lessons 7-8    4          ELA-1-E6      generate connections to real-life situations
                                                      using basic reasoning skills to distinguish fact from
                                                      opinion, skim and scan for facts, determine cause and
English       Grade 2        Grades: K-               effect, generate inquiry, and make connections with real-
Language Arts lessons 7-8    4          ELA-7-E4      life situations

English       Grade 2                                 Use active listening strategies, including asking for
Language Arts lessons 9-10   Grade 2               44 clarification and explanations

English       Grade 2        Grades: K-               participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts lessons 9-10   4          ELA-4-E7      (e.g., active listener, contributor, discussion leader)

English       Grade 2                                 Discuss classroom procedures and rules and generate
Language Arts lessons 9-10   Grade 2               47 ideas for new procedures and rules
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards


English       Grade 2        Grades: K-               interpreting (e.g., retelling, summarizing) texts to
Language Arts lessons 9-10   4          ELA-1-E6      generate connections to real-life situations
                                                      using basic reasoning skills to distinguish fact from
                                                      opinion, skim and scan for facts, determine cause and
English       Grade 2        Grades: K-               effect, generate inquiry, and make connections with real-
Language Arts lessons 9-10   4          ELA-7-E4      life situations

English       Lesson 1 Gr 3-                          assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                  leader, listener)

English       Lesson 1 Gr 3- Grades: K-               interpreting (e.g., retelling, summarizing) texts to
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-1-E6      generate connections to real-life situations

English       Lesson 1 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 3                  asking questions and responding to ideas/opinions
                                                      Identify the connections between ideas and information
                                                      in a variety of texts (e.g., cartoons, poetry, fiction,
English       Lesson 1 Gr 3-                          instructional manuals) and real-life situations and other
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                8 texts

English       Lesson 1 Gr 3-                          supporting differences between fact and opinion with
Language Arts 5              Grade 4                  information from texts
                                                      using basic reasoning skills to distinguish fact from
                                                      opinion, skim and scan for facts, determine cause and
English       Lesson 1 Gr 3- Grades: K-               effect, generate inquiry, and make connections with real-
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-7-E4      life situations

English       Lesson 1 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                  distinguishing facts from opinions and probability

English       Lesson 1 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 3                  expression of an opinion about a text, topic, or idea
                                                      Demonstrate active listening strategies (e.g., asking
English       Lesson 1 Gr 3-                          focused questions, responding to questions, making
Language Arts 5              Grade 5               38 visual contact)
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards


English       Lesson 1 Gr 3- Grades: K-                 participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-4-E7        (e.g., active listener, contributor, discussion leader)

English       Lesson 1 Gr 3-                            applying agreed-upon rules for formal and informal
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                    discussions

English       Lesson 1 Gr 3-                            Demonstrate active listening strategies, including asking
Language Arts 5              Grade 4                 37 questions, responding to cues, and making eye contact

English       Lesson 1 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts 5              8            ELA-4-M6      (e.g., facilitator, recorder)

English       Lesson 2 Gr 3-                            assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                    leader, listener)

English       Lesson 2 Gr 3- Grades: K-                 interpreting (e.g., retelling, summarizing) texts to
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-1-E6        generate connections to real-life situations

English       Lesson 2 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 3                    asking questions and responding to ideas/opinions
                                                        Identify the connections between ideas and information
                                                        in a variety of texts (e.g., cartoons, poetry, fiction,
English       Lesson 2 Gr 3-                            instructional manuals) and real-life situations and other
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                  8 texts

English       Lesson 2 Gr 3-                            supporting differences between fact and opinion with
Language Arts 5              Grade 4                    information from texts
                                                        using basic reasoning skills to distinguish fact from
                                                        opinion, skim and scan for facts, determine cause and
English       Lesson 2 Gr 3- Grades: K-                 effect, generate inquiry, and make connections with real-
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-7-E4        life situations

English       Lesson 2 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                    distinguishing facts from opinions and probability
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards


English       Lesson 2 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 3                    expression of an opinion about a text, topic, or idea
                                                        Demonstrate active listening strategies (e.g., asking
English       Lesson 2 Gr 3-                            focused questions, responding to questions, making
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                 38 visual contact)

English       Lesson 2 Gr 3- Grades: K-                 participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-4-E7        (e.g., active listener, contributor, discussion leader)

English       Lesson 2 Gr 3-                            applying agreed-upon rules for formal and informal
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                    discussions

English       Lesson 2 Gr 3-                            Demonstrate active listening strategies, including asking
Language Arts 5              Grade 4                 37 questions, responding to cues, and making eye contact

English       Lesson 2 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts 5              8            ELA-4-M6      (e.g., facilitator, recorder)

English       Lesson 3 Gr 3-                            assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                    leader, listener)

English       Lesson 3 Gr 3- Grades: K-                 interpreting (e.g., retelling, summarizing) texts to
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-1-E6        generate connections to real-life situations

English       Lesson 3 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 3                    asking questions and responding to ideas/opinions
                                                        Identify the connections between ideas and information
                                                        in a variety of texts (e.g., cartoons, poetry, fiction,
English       Lesson 3 Gr 3-                            instructional manuals) and real-life situations and other
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                  8 texts

English       Lesson 3 Gr 3-                            supporting differences between fact and opinion with
Language Arts 5              Grade 4                    information from texts
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                                        using basic reasoning skills to distinguish fact from
                                                        opinion, skim and scan for facts, determine cause and
English       Lesson 3 Gr 3- Grades: K-                 effect, generate inquiry, and make connections with real-
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-7-E4        life situations

English       Lesson 3 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                    distinguishing facts from opinions and probability

English       Lesson 3 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 3                    expression of an opinion about a text, topic, or idea
                                                        Demonstrate active listening strategies (e.g., asking
English       Lesson 3 Gr 3-                            focused questions, responding to questions, making
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                 38 visual contact)

English       Lesson 3 Gr 3- Grades: K-                 participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-4-E7        (e.g., active listener, contributor, discussion leader)

English       Lesson 3 Gr 3-                            applying agreed-upon rules for formal and informal
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                    discussions

English       Lesson 3 Gr 3-                            Demonstrate active listening strategies, including asking
Language Arts 5              Grade 4                 37 questions, responding to cues, and making eye contact

English       Lesson 3 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts 5              8            ELA-4-M6      (e.g., facilitator, recorder)

English       Lesson 4 Gr 3-                            assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                    leader, listener)

English       Lesson 4 Gr 3- Grades: K-                 interpreting (e.g., retelling, summarizing) texts to
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-1-E6        generate connections to real-life situations

English       Lesson 4 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 3                    asking questions and responding to ideas/opinions
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                                        Identify the connections between ideas and information
                                                        in a variety of texts (e.g., cartoons, poetry, fiction,
English       Lesson 4 Gr 3-                            instructional manuals) and real-life situations and other
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                  8 texts

English       Lesson 4 Gr 3-                            supporting differences between fact and opinion with
Language Arts 5              Grade 4                    information from texts
                                                        using basic reasoning skills to distinguish fact from
                                                        opinion, skim and scan for facts, determine cause and
English       Lesson 4 Gr 3- Grades: K-                 effect, generate inquiry, and make connections with real-
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-7-E4        life situations

English       Lesson 4 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                    distinguishing facts from opinions and probability

English       Lesson 4 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 3                    expression of an opinion about a text, topic, or idea
                                                        Demonstrate active listening strategies (e.g., asking
English       Lesson 4 Gr 3-                            focused questions, responding to questions, making
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                 38 visual contact)

English       Lesson 4 Gr 3- Grades: K-                 participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-4-E7        (e.g., active listener, contributor, discussion leader)

English       Lesson 4 Gr 3-                            applying agreed-upon rules for formal and informal
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                    discussions

English       Lesson 4 Gr 3-                            Demonstrate active listening strategies, including asking
Language Arts 5              Grade 4                 37 questions, responding to cues, and making eye contact

English       Lesson 4 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts 5              8            ELA-4-M6      (e.g., facilitator, recorder)

English       Lesson 5 Gr 3-                            assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                    leader, listener)
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards


English       Lesson 5 Gr 3- Grades: K-               interpreting (e.g., retelling, summarizing) texts to
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-1-E6      generate connections to real-life situations

English       Lesson 5 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 3                  asking questions and responding to ideas/opinions
                                                      Identify the connections between ideas and information
                                                      in a variety of texts (e.g., cartoons, poetry, fiction,
English       Lesson 5 Gr 3-                          instructional manuals) and real-life situations and other
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                8 texts

English       Lesson 5 Gr 3-                          supporting differences between fact and opinion with
Language Arts 5              Grade 4                  information from texts
                                                      using basic reasoning skills to distinguish fact from
                                                      opinion, skim and scan for facts, determine cause and
English       Lesson 5 Gr 3- Grades: K-               effect, generate inquiry, and make connections with real-
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-7-E4      life situations

English       Lesson 5 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                  distinguishing facts from opinions and probability

English       Lesson 5 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 3                  expression of an opinion about a text, topic, or idea
                                                      Demonstrate active listening strategies (e.g., asking
English       Lesson 5 Gr 3-                          focused questions, responding to questions, making
Language Arts 5              Grade 5               38 visual contact)

English       Lesson 5 Gr 3- Grades: K-               participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-4-E7      (e.g., active listener, contributor, discussion leader)

English       Lesson 5 Gr 3-                          applying agreed-upon rules for formal and informal
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                  discussions

English       Lesson 5 Gr 3-                          Demonstrate active listening strategies, including asking
Language Arts 5              Grade 4               37 questions, responding to cues, and making eye contact
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards


English       Lesson 5 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts 5              8            ELA-4-M6      (e.g., facilitator, recorder)

English       Lesson 9 Gr 3-                            assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                    leader, listener)

English       Lesson 9 Gr 3- Grades: K-                 interpreting (e.g., retelling, summarizing) texts to
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-1-E6        generate connections to real-life situations

English       Lesson 9 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 3                    asking questions and responding to ideas/opinions
                                                        Identify the connections between ideas and information
                                                        in a variety of texts (e.g., cartoons, poetry, fiction,
English       Lesson 9 Gr 3-                            instructional manuals) and real-life situations and other
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                  8 texts

English       Lesson 9 Gr 3-                            supporting differences between fact and opinion with
Language Arts 5              Grade 4                    information from texts
                                                        using basic reasoning skills to distinguish fact from
                                                        opinion, skim and scan for facts, determine cause and
English       Lesson 9 Gr 3- Grades: K-                 effect, generate inquiry, and make connections with real-
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-7-E4        life situations

English       Lesson 9 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                    distinguishing facts from opinions and probability

English       Lesson 9 Gr 3-
Language Arts 5              Grade 3                    expression of an opinion about a text, topic, or idea
                                                        Demonstrate active listening strategies (e.g., asking
English       Lesson 9 Gr 3-                            focused questions, responding to questions, making
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                 38 visual contact)

English       Lesson 9 Gr 3- Grades: K-                 participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language Arts 5              4          ELA-4-E7        (e.g., active listener, contributor, discussion leader)
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards


English       Lesson 9 Gr 3-                               applying agreed-upon rules for formal and informal
Language Arts 5              Grade 5                       discussions

English       Lesson 9 Gr 3-                               Demonstrate active listening strategies, including asking
Language Arts 5              Grade 4                    37 questions, responding to cues, and making eye contact

English         Lesson 9 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                  participating in a variety of roles in group discussions
Language   Arts 5              8             ELA-4-M6      (e.g., facilitator, recorder)
English
Language   Arts -Lesson 1 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Draft            5              6                          leader, listener)
English
Language   Arts -Lesson 1 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Draft            5              6                          leader, listener)
English
Language   Arts -Lesson 2 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Draft            5              6                          leader, listener)
English
Language   Arts -Lesson 2 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Draft            5              6                          leader, listener)
English
Language   Arts -Lesson 3 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Draft            5              6                          leader, listener)
English
Language   Arts -Lesson 3 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Draft            5              6                          leader, listener)
English
Language   Arts -Lesson 4 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Draft            5              6                          leader, listener)
English
Language   Arts -Lesson 4 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Draft            5              6                          leader, listener)
English
Language   Arts -Lesson 5 Gr 3- Grades: 5-                 assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Draft            5              6                          leader, listener)
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

English
Language Arts -Lesson 5 Gr 3-   Grades: 5-                  assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Draft          5                6                           leader, listener)
English
Language Arts -Lesson 9 Gr 3-   Grades: 5-                  assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Draft          5                6                           leader, listener)
English
Language Arts -Lesson 9 Gr 3-   Grades: 5-                  assuming a variety of roles (e.g., facilitator, recorder,
Draft          5                6                           leader, listener)
               Grade 2                                      Collect and organize data using observations, surveys,
Mathematics    lessons 1-2                             25   and experiments
               Grade 2                                      Collect and organize data using observations, surveys,
Mathematics    lessons 3-4                             25   and experiments
               Grade 2                                      Collect and organize data using observations, surveys,
Mathematics    lessons 5-6                             25   and experiments
               Grade 2                                      Collect and organize data using observations, surveys,
Mathematics    lessons 7-8                             25   and experiments
               Grade 2                                      Collect and organize data using observations, surveys,
Mathematics    lessons 9-10                            25   and experiments
                                                            experimenting and communicating how vibrations of
               Grade 1                                      objects produce sound and how changing the rate of
Science        lessons 1-5                   PS-E-C1        vibration varies the pitch;
                                                            observing, describing, and classifying objects by
               Grade 1                                      properties (size, weight, shape, color, texture, and
Science        lessons 1-5                   PS-E-A1        temperature);
                                                            Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
               Grade 1                                      and tools and units of measurement to observe and
Science        lessons 1-5                              7   collect data
               Grade 1
Science        lessons 1-5                            5 Use the five senses to describe observations
               Grade 1                                  Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
Science        lessons 1-5                            2 own observations and scientific knowledge
               Grade 1                                  observing and communicating that rocks are composed
Science        lessons 1-5                   ESS-E-A5   of various substances;
               Grade 1                                  observing and describing the position of an object
Science        lessons 1-5                   PS-E-B1    relative to another object or the background;
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

          Grade 1                       communicating that observations are made with one's
Science   lessons 1-5      SI-E-A3      senses;
          Grade 1                       developing explanations by using observations and
Science   lessons 1-5      SI-E-B4      experiments;
                                        Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Grade 1                       trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   lessons 1-5                 4 record data)
                                        experimenting and communicating how vibrations of
          Grade 2                       objects produce sound and how changing the rate of
Science   lessons 1-2      PS-E-C1      vibration varies the pitch;
                                        observing, describing, and classifying objects by
          Grade 2                       properties (size, weight, shape, color, texture, and
Science   lessons 1-2      PS-E-A1      temperature);
          Grade 2                       using appropriate experiments depending on the
Science   lessons 1-2      SI-E-B2      questions to be explored;
                                        Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Grade 2                       investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   lessons 1-2                 3 questions

          Grade 2                     categorizing questions into what is known, what is not
Science   lessons 1-2      SI-E-B1    known, and what questions need to be explained;
                                      Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Grade 2                     own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   lessons 1-2               2 scientific investigations
          Grade 2                     observing and communicating that rocks are composed
Science   lessons 1-2      ESS-E-A5   of various substances;
          Grade 2
Science   lessons 1-2                 6 Use the five senses to describe observations
                                        Describe characteristics of the Sun, stars, and Earthís
          Grade 2                       moon (e.g., relative size, shape, color, production of
Science   lessons 1-2                43 light/heat)
                                        Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Grade 2                       trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   lessons 1-2                 5 record data)
          Grade 2                       observing and describing the position of an object
Science   lessons 1-2      PS-E-B1      relative to another object or the background;
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

          Grade 2                       communicating that observations are made with one's
Science   lessons 1-2      SI-E-A3      senses;
          Grade 2                       developing explanations by using observations and
Science   lessons 1-2      SI-E-B4      experiments;

                                        Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
          Grade 2                       and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, graduated cylinders)
Science   lessons 1-2                 8 and units of measurement to observe and collect data
                                        experimenting and communicating how vibrations of
          Grade 2                       objects produce sound and how changing the rate of
Science   lessons 3-4      PS-E-C1      vibration varies the pitch;
                                        observing, describing, and classifying objects by
          Grade 2                       properties (size, weight, shape, color, texture, and
Science   lessons 3-4      PS-E-A1      temperature);
          Grade 2                       using appropriate experiments depending on the
Science   lessons 3-4      SI-E-B2      questions to be explored;
                                        Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Grade 2                       investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   lessons 3-4                 3 questions

          Grade 2                     categorizing questions into what is known, what is not
Science   lessons 3-4      SI-E-B1    known, and what questions need to be explained;
                                      Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Grade 2                     own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   lessons 3-4               2 scientific investigations
          Grade 2                     observing and communicating that rocks are composed
Science   lessons 3-4      ESS-E-A5   of various substances;
          Grade 2
Science   lessons 3-4                 6 Use the five senses to describe observations
                                        Describe characteristics of the Sun, stars, and Earthís
          Grade 2                       moon (e.g., relative size, shape, color, production of
Science   lessons 3-4                43 light/heat)
                                        Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Grade 2                       trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   lessons 3-4                 5 record data)
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

          Grade 2                       observing and describing the position of an object
Science   lessons 3-4      PS-E-B1      relative to another object or the background;
          Grade 2                       communicating that observations are made with one's
Science   lessons 3-4      SI-E-A3      senses;
          Grade 2                       developing explanations by using observations and
Science   lessons 3-4      SI-E-B4      experiments;

                                        Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
          Grade 2                       and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, graduated cylinders)
Science   lessons 3-4                 8 and units of measurement to observe and collect data
                                        experimenting and communicating how vibrations of
          Grade 2                       objects produce sound and how changing the rate of
Science   lessons 5-6      PS-E-C1      vibration varies the pitch;
                                        observing, describing, and classifying objects by
          Grade 2                       properties (size, weight, shape, color, texture, and
Science   lessons 5-6      PS-E-A1      temperature);
          Grade 2                       using appropriate experiments depending on the
Science   lessons 5-6      SI-E-B2      questions to be explored;
                                        Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Grade 2                       investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   lessons 5-6                 3 questions

          Grade 2                     categorizing questions into what is known, what is not
Science   lessons 5-6      SI-E-B1    known, and what questions need to be explained;
                                      Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Grade 2                     own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   lessons 5-6               2 scientific investigations
          Grade 2                     observing and communicating that rocks are composed
Science   lessons 5-6      ESS-E-A5   of various substances;
          Grade 2
Science   lessons 5-6                 6 Use the five senses to describe observations
                                        Describe characteristics of the Sun, stars, and Earthís
          Grade 2                       moon (e.g., relative size, shape, color, production of
Science   lessons 5-6                43 light/heat)
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                       Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Grade 2                      trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   lessons 5-6                5 record data)
          Grade 2                      observing and describing the position of an object
Science   lessons 5-6      PS-E-B1     relative to another object or the background;
          Grade 2                      communicating that observations are made with one's
Science   lessons 5-6      SI-E-A3     senses;
          Grade 2                      developing explanations by using observations and
Science   lessons 5-6      SI-E-B4     experiments;

                                       Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
          Grade 2                      and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, graduated cylinders)
Science   lessons 5-6                8 and units of measurement to observe and collect data
                                       experimenting and communicating how vibrations of
          Grade 2                      objects produce sound and how changing the rate of
Science   lessons 7-8      PS-E-C1     vibration varies the pitch;
                                       observing, describing, and classifying objects by
          Grade 2                      properties (size, weight, shape, color, texture, and
Science   lessons 7-8      PS-E-A1     temperature);
          Grade 2                      using appropriate experiments depending on the
Science   lessons 7-8      SI-E-B2     questions to be explored;
                                       Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Grade 2                      investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   lessons 7-8                3 questions

          Grade 2                     categorizing questions into what is known, what is not
Science   lessons 7-8      SI-E-B1    known, and what questions need to be explained;
                                      Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Grade 2                     own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   lessons 7-8               2 scientific investigations
          Grade 2                     observing and communicating that rocks are composed
Science   lessons 7-8      ESS-E-A5   of various substances;
          Grade 2
Science   lessons 7-8                6 Use the five senses to describe observations
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                        Describe characteristics of the Sun, stars, and Earthís
          Grade 2                       moon (e.g., relative size, shape, color, production of
Science   lessons 7-8                43 light/heat)
                                        Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Grade 2                       trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   lessons 7-8                 5 record data)
          Grade 2                       observing and describing the position of an object
Science   lessons 7-8      PS-E-B1      relative to another object or the background;
          Grade 2                       communicating that observations are made with one's
Science   lessons 7-8      SI-E-A3      senses;
          Grade 2                       developing explanations by using observations and
Science   lessons 7-8      SI-E-B4      experiments;

                                        Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
          Grade 2                       and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, graduated cylinders)
Science   lessons 7-8                 8 and units of measurement to observe and collect data
                                        experimenting and communicating how vibrations of
          Grade 2                       objects produce sound and how changing the rate of
Science   lessons 9-10     PS-E-C1      vibration varies the pitch;
                                        observing, describing, and classifying objects by
          Grade 2                       properties (size, weight, shape, color, texture, and
Science   lessons 9-10     PS-E-A1      temperature);
          Grade 2                       using appropriate experiments depending on the
Science   lessons 9-10     SI-E-B2      questions to be explored;
                                        Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Grade 2                       investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   lessons 9-10                3 questions

          Grade 2                     categorizing questions into what is known, what is not
Science   lessons 9-10     SI-E-B1    known, and what questions need to be explained;
                                      Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Grade 2                     own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   lessons 9-10              2 scientific investigations
          Grade 2                     observing and communicating that rocks are composed
Science   lessons 9-10     ESS-E-A5   of various substances;
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

          Grade 2
Science   lessons 9-10                6 Use the five senses to describe observations
                                        Describe characteristics of the Sun, stars, and Earthís
          Grade 2                       moon (e.g., relative size, shape, color, production of
Science   lessons 9-10               43 light/heat)
                                        Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Grade 2                       trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   lessons 9-10                5 record data)
          Grade 2                       observing and describing the position of an object
Science   lessons 9-10     PS-E-B1      relative to another object or the background;
          Grade 2                       communicating that observations are made with one's
Science   lessons 9-10     SI-E-A3      senses;
          Grade 2                       developing explanations by using observations and
Science   lessons 9-10     SI-E-B4      experiments;

                                          Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
          Grade 2                         and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, graduated cylinders)
Science   lessons 9-10                8   and units of measurement to observe and collect data
                                          Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   5                           5   record data)
                                          observing, describing, and classifying objects by
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  properties (size, weight, shape, color, texture, and
Science   5                PS-E-A1        temperature);
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  using appropriate experiments depending on the
Science   5                SI-E-B2        questions to be explored;
                                          Generate testable questions about objects, organisms,
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  and events that can be answered through scientific
Science   5                           1   investigation
                                          Determine linear, volume, and weight/mass
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  measurements by using both metric system and U.S.
Science   5                          23   system units to compare the results
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  recognizing that different kinds of questions guide
Science   5                SI-M-B1        different kinds of scientific investigations;
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  Identify questions that need to be explained through
Science   5                          14   further inquiry
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                           investigating, measuring, and communicating the
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                   properties of different substances which are independent
Science   5                PS-M-A1         of the amount of the substance;
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-
Science   5                            6 Use the five senses to describe observations

          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                   categorizing questions into what is known, what is not
Science   5                SI-E-B1         known, and what questions need to be explained;
                                           Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                   own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   5                            2   scientific investigations
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                   Describe the reflection/absorption properties of various
Science   5                           28   colored objects
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                   observing and communicating that rocks are composed
Science   5                ESS-E-A5        of various substances;
                                           Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                   investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   5                            3   questions
                                           Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
                                           and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, microscopes,
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                   graduated cylinders) and units of measurement to
Science   5                            9   observe and collect data
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                   Record observations using methods that complement
Science   5                            7   investigations (e.g., journals, tables, charts)
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                   Identify questions that need to be explained through
Science   5                           13   further inquiry
                                           Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                   trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   5                            6   record data)
                                           experimenting and communicating how vibrations of
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                   objects produce sound and how changing the rate of
Science   5                PS-E-C1         vibration varies the pitch;
                                           Select and use appropriate equipment, technology, tools,
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                   and metric system units of measurement to make
Science   5                            6   observations
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                            Describe procedures and communicate data in a manner
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                    that allows others to understand and repeat an
Science   5                            19   investigation or experiment
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                    Select the best experimental design to answer a given
Science   5                            16   testable question
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                    Use evidence and observations to explain and
Science   5                            22   communicate the results of investigations
                                            Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Lesson   1 Gr 3-                  own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   5                             2   scientific investigations
          Lesson   1 Gr 3-
Science   5                           7 Use the five senses to describe observations
          Lesson   1 Gr 3-              communicating scientific procedures, information, and
Science   5                  SI-M-A7    explanations;
          Lesson   1 Gr 3-              Describe why all questions cannot be answered with
Science   5                          30 present technologies
                                        Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   5                           3 questions
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                Design, predict outcomes, and conduct experiments to
Science   5                           4 answer guiding questions
                                        Recognize the importance of communication among
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                scientists about investigations in progress and the work
Science   5                          34 of others
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                Measure temperature by using Fahrenheit and Celsius
Science   5                          20 thermometers and compare results

          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  Investigate how changes in the position of a light source
Science   5                            13 and an object alter the size and shape of the shadow
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  observing and describing the position of an object
Science   5                  PS-E-B1      relative to another object or the background;
                                          Communicate ideas in a variety of ways (e.g., symbols,
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  illustrations, graphs, charts, spreadsheets, concept
Science   5                            19 maps, oral and written reports, equations)
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-
Science   5                             3 Use a variety of sources to answer questions
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

          Lesson   1 Gr 3-              Use and describe alternate methods for investigating
Science   5                          26 different types of testable questions
          Lesson   1 Gr 3-              communicating that observations are made with one's
Science   5                  SI-E-A3    senses;
          Lesson   1 Gr 3-              Base explanations and logical inferences on scientific
Science   5                          18 knowledge, observations, and scientific evidence
          Lesson   1 Gr 3-              identifying questions that can be used to design a
Science   5                  SI-M-A1    scientific investigation;
                                        Describe procedures and communicate data in a manner
          Lesson   1 Gr 3-              that allows others to understand and repeat an
Science   5                          16 investigation or experiment
          Lesson   1 Gr 3-              developing explanations by using observations and
Science   5                  SI-E-B4    experiments;
          Lesson   1 Gr 3-              Identify problems, factors, and questions that must be
Science   5                           2 considered in a scientific investigation
          Lesson   1 Gr 3-
Science   5                            21 Distinguish between observations and inferences
                                          Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
                                          and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, microscopes,
          Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  graduated cylinders) and units of measurement to
Science   5                             8 observe and collect data
                                          Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                  trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   5                             5 record data)
                                          observing, describing, and classifying objects by
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                  properties (size, weight, shape, color, texture, and
Science   5                  PS-E-A1      temperature);
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                  using appropriate experiments depending on the
Science   5                  SI-E-B2      questions to be explored;
                                          Generate testable questions about objects, organisms,
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                  and events that can be answered through scientific
Science   5                             1 investigation
                                          Determine linear, volume, and weight/mass
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                  measurements by using both metric system and U.S.
Science   5                            23 system units to compare the results
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

          Lesson 2 Gr 3-              recognizing that different kinds of questions guide
Science   5                SI-M-B1    different kinds of scientific investigations;
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-              Identify questions that need to be explained through
Science   5                        14 further inquiry
                                      investigating, measuring, and communicating the
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-              properties of different substances which are independent
Science   5                PS-M-A1    of the amount of the substance;
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-
Science   5                            6 Use the five senses to describe observations

          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                   categorizing questions into what is known, what is not
Science   5                SI-E-B1         known, and what questions need to be explained;
                                           Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                   own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   5                            2   scientific investigations
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                   Describe the reflection/absorption properties of various
Science   5                           28   colored objects
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                   observing and communicating that rocks are composed
Science   5                ESS-E-A5        of various substances;
                                           Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                   investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   5                            3   questions
                                           Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
                                           and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, microscopes,
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                   graduated cylinders) and units of measurement to
Science   5                            9   observe and collect data
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                   Record observations using methods that complement
Science   5                            7   investigations (e.g., journals, tables, charts)
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                   Identify questions that need to be explained through
Science   5                           13   further inquiry
                                           Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                   trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   5                            6   record data)
                                           experimenting and communicating how vibrations of
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                   objects produce sound and how changing the rate of
Science   5                PS-E-C1         vibration varies the pitch;
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                            Select and use appropriate equipment, technology, tools,
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                    and metric system units of measurement to make
Science   5                             6   observations
                                            Describe procedures and communicate data in a manner
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                    that allows others to understand and repeat an
Science   5                            19   investigation or experiment
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                    Select the best experimental design to answer a given
Science   5                            16   testable question
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                    Use evidence and observations to explain and
Science   5                            22   communicate the results of investigations
                                            Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-                  own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   5                             2   scientific investigations
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-
Science   5                           7 Use the five senses to describe observations
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-              communicating scientific procedures, information, and
Science   5                  SI-M-A7    explanations;
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-              Describe why all questions cannot be answered with
Science   5                          30 present technologies
                                        Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   5                           3 questions
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                Design, predict outcomes, and conduct experiments to
Science   5                           4 answer guiding questions
                                        Recognize the importance of communication among
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                scientists about investigations in progress and the work
Science   5                          34 of others
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                Measure temperature by using Fahrenheit and Celsius
Science   5                          20 thermometers and compare results

          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                  Investigate how changes in the position of a light source
Science   5                            13 and an object alter the size and shape of the shadow
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                  observing and describing the position of an object
Science   5                  PS-E-B1      relative to another object or the background;
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                          Communicate ideas in a variety of ways (e.g., symbols,
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-                illustrations, graphs, charts, spreadsheets, concept
Science   5                            19 maps, oral and written reports, equations)
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-
Science   5                           3 Use a variety of sources to answer questions
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-              Use and describe alternate methods for investigating
Science   5                          26 different types of testable questions
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-              communicating that observations are made with one's
Science   5                  SI-E-A3    senses;
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-              Base explanations and logical inferences on scientific
Science   5                          18 knowledge, observations, and scientific evidence
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-              identifying questions that can be used to design a
Science   5                  SI-M-A1    scientific investigation;
                                        Describe procedures and communicate data in a manner
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-              that allows others to understand and repeat an
Science   5                          16 investigation or experiment
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-              developing explanations by using observations and
Science   5                  SI-E-B4    experiments;
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-              Identify problems, factors, and questions that must be
Science   5                           2 considered in a scientific investigation
          Lesson   2 Gr 3-
Science   5                            21 Distinguish between observations and inferences
                                          Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
                                          and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, microscopes,
          Lesson 2 Gr 3-                  graduated cylinders) and units of measurement to
Science   5                             8 observe and collect data
                                          Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                  trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   5                             5 record data)
                                          observing, describing, and classifying objects by
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                  properties (size, weight, shape, color, texture, and
Science   5                  PS-E-A1      temperature);
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                  using appropriate experiments depending on the
Science   5                  SI-E-B2      questions to be explored;
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                      Generate testable questions about objects, organisms,
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-              and events that can be answered through scientific
Science   5                         1 investigation
                                      Determine linear, volume, and weight/mass
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-              measurements by using both metric system and U.S.
Science   5                        23 system units to compare the results
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-              recognizing that different kinds of questions guide
Science   5                SI-M-B1    different kinds of scientific investigations;
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-              Identify questions that need to be explained through
Science   5                        14 further inquiry
                                      investigating, measuring, and communicating the
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-              properties of different substances which are independent
Science   5                PS-M-A1    of the amount of the substance;
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-
Science   5                            6 Use the five senses to describe observations

          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                   categorizing questions into what is known, what is not
Science   5                SI-E-B1         known, and what questions need to be explained;
                                           Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                   own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   5                            2   scientific investigations
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                   Describe the reflection/absorption properties of various
Science   5                           28   colored objects
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                   observing and communicating that rocks are composed
Science   5                ESS-E-A5        of various substances;
                                           Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                   investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   5                            3   questions
                                           Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
                                           and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, microscopes,
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                   graduated cylinders) and units of measurement to
Science   5                            9   observe and collect data
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                   Record observations using methods that complement
Science   5                            7   investigations (e.g., journals, tables, charts)
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                   Identify questions that need to be explained through
Science   5                           13   further inquiry
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                            Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                    trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   5                             6   record data)
                                            experimenting and communicating how vibrations of
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                    objects produce sound and how changing the rate of
Science   5                  PS-E-C1        vibration varies the pitch;
                                            Select and use appropriate equipment, technology, tools,
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                    and metric system units of measurement to make
Science   5                             6   observations
                                            Describe procedures and communicate data in a manner
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                    that allows others to understand and repeat an
Science   5                            19   investigation or experiment
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                    Select the best experimental design to answer a given
Science   5                            16   testable question
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                    Use evidence and observations to explain and
Science   5                            22   communicate the results of investigations
                                            Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-                  own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   5                             2   scientific investigations
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-
Science   5                           7 Use the five senses to describe observations
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-              communicating scientific procedures, information, and
Science   5                  SI-M-A7    explanations;
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-              Describe why all questions cannot be answered with
Science   5                          30 present technologies
                                        Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   5                           3 questions
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                Design, predict outcomes, and conduct experiments to
Science   5                           4 answer guiding questions
                                        Recognize the importance of communication among
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                scientists about investigations in progress and the work
Science   5                          34 of others
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                Measure temperature by using Fahrenheit and Celsius
Science   5                          20 thermometers and compare results
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards


          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                  Investigate how changes in the position of a light source
Science   5                            13 and an object alter the size and shape of the shadow
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                  observing and describing the position of an object
Science   5                  PS-E-B1      relative to another object or the background;
                                          Communicate ideas in a variety of ways (e.g., symbols,
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-                illustrations, graphs, charts, spreadsheets, concept
Science   5                            19 maps, oral and written reports, equations)
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-
Science   5                           3 Use a variety of sources to answer questions
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-              Use and describe alternate methods for investigating
Science   5                          26 different types of testable questions
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-              communicating that observations are made with one's
Science   5                  SI-E-A3    senses;
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-              Base explanations and logical inferences on scientific
Science   5                          18 knowledge, observations, and scientific evidence
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-              identifying questions that can be used to design a
Science   5                  SI-M-A1    scientific investigation;
                                        Describe procedures and communicate data in a manner
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-              that allows others to understand and repeat an
Science   5                          16 investigation or experiment
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-              developing explanations by using observations and
Science   5                  SI-E-B4    experiments;
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-              Identify problems, factors, and questions that must be
Science   5                           2 considered in a scientific investigation
          Lesson   3 Gr 3-
Science   5                            21 Distinguish between observations and inferences
                                          Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
                                          and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, microscopes,
          Lesson 3 Gr 3-                  graduated cylinders) and units of measurement to
Science   5                             8 observe and collect data
                                          Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                  trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   5                             5 record data)
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                      observing, describing, and classifying objects by
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-              properties (size, weight, shape, color, texture, and
Science   5                PS-E-A1    temperature);
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-              using appropriate experiments depending on the
Science   5                SI-E-B2    questions to be explored;
                                      Generate testable questions about objects, organisms,
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-              and events that can be answered through scientific
Science   5                         1 investigation
                                      Determine linear, volume, and weight/mass
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-              measurements by using both metric system and U.S.
Science   5                        23 system units to compare the results
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-              recognizing that different kinds of questions guide
Science   5                SI-M-B1    different kinds of scientific investigations;
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-              Identify questions that need to be explained through
Science   5                        14 further inquiry
                                      investigating, measuring, and communicating the
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-              properties of different substances which are independent
Science   5                PS-M-A1    of the amount of the substance;
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-
Science   5                           6 Use the five senses to describe observations

          Lesson 4 Gr 3-               categorizing questions into what is known, what is not
Science   5                SI-E-B1     known, and what questions need to be explained;
                                       Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-               own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   5                          2 scientific investigations
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-               Describe the reflection/absorption properties of various
Science   5                         28 colored objects
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-               observing and communicating that rocks are composed
Science   5                ESS-E-A5    of various substances;
                                       Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-               investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   5                          3 questions
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                            Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
                                            and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, microscopes,
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                    graduated cylinders) and units of measurement to
Science   5                             9   observe and collect data
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                    Record observations using methods that complement
Science   5                             7   investigations (e.g., journals, tables, charts)
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                    Identify questions that need to be explained through
Science   5                            13   further inquiry
                                            Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                    trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   5                             6   record data)
                                            experimenting and communicating how vibrations of
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                    objects produce sound and how changing the rate of
Science   5                  PS-E-C1        vibration varies the pitch;
                                            Select and use appropriate equipment, technology, tools,
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                    and metric system units of measurement to make
Science   5                             6   observations
                                            Describe procedures and communicate data in a manner
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                    that allows others to understand and repeat an
Science   5                            19   investigation or experiment
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                    Select the best experimental design to answer a given
Science   5                            16   testable question
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                    Use evidence and observations to explain and
Science   5                            22   communicate the results of investigations
                                            Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-                  own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   5                             2   scientific investigations
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-
Science   5                           7 Use the five senses to describe observations
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-              communicating scientific procedures, information, and
Science   5                  SI-M-A7    explanations;
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-              Describe why all questions cannot be answered with
Science   5                          30 present technologies
                                        Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   5                           3 questions
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                  Design, predict outcomes, and conduct experiments to
Science   5                             4 answer guiding questions
                                          Recognize the importance of communication among
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                  scientists about investigations in progress and the work
Science   5                            34 of others
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                  Measure temperature by using Fahrenheit and Celsius
Science   5                            20 thermometers and compare results

          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                  Investigate how changes in the position of a light source
Science   5                            13 and an object alter the size and shape of the shadow
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                  observing and describing the position of an object
Science   5                  PS-E-B1      relative to another object or the background;
                                          Communicate ideas in a variety of ways (e.g., symbols,
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-                illustrations, graphs, charts, spreadsheets, concept
Science   5                            19 maps, oral and written reports, equations)
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-
Science   5                           3 Use a variety of sources to answer questions
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-              Use and describe alternate methods for investigating
Science   5                          26 different types of testable questions
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-              communicating that observations are made with one's
Science   5                  SI-E-A3    senses;
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-              Base explanations and logical inferences on scientific
Science   5                          18 knowledge, observations, and scientific evidence
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-              identifying questions that can be used to design a
Science   5                  SI-M-A1    scientific investigation;
                                        Describe procedures and communicate data in a manner
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-              that allows others to understand and repeat an
Science   5                          16 investigation or experiment
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-              developing explanations by using observations and
Science   5                  SI-E-B4    experiments;
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-              Identify problems, factors, and questions that must be
Science   5                           2 considered in a scientific investigation
          Lesson   4 Gr 3-
Science   5                            21 Distinguish between observations and inferences
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                          Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
                                          and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, microscopes,
          Lesson 4 Gr 3-                  graduated cylinders) and units of measurement to
Science   5                           8   observe and collect data
                                          Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   5                           5   record data)
                                          observing, describing, and classifying objects by
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  properties (size, weight, shape, color, texture, and
Science   5                PS-E-A1        temperature);
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  using appropriate experiments depending on the
Science   5                SI-E-B2        questions to be explored;
                                          Generate testable questions about objects, organisms,
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  and events that can be answered through scientific
Science   5                           1   investigation
                                          Determine linear, volume, and weight/mass
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  measurements by using both metric system and U.S.
Science   5                          23   system units to compare the results
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  recognizing that different kinds of questions guide
Science   5                SI-M-B1        different kinds of scientific investigations;
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  Identify questions that need to be explained through
Science   5                          14   further inquiry
                                          investigating, measuring, and communicating the
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  properties of different substances which are independent
Science   5                PS-M-A1        of the amount of the substance;
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-
Science   5                           6 Use the five senses to describe observations

          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                categorizing questions into what is known, what is not
Science   5                SI-E-B1      known, and what questions need to be explained;
                                        Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   5                           2 scientific investigations
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                Describe the reflection/absorption properties of various
Science   5                          28 colored objects
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                   observing and communicating that rocks are composed
Science   5                ESS-E-A5        of various substances;
                                           Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                   investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   5                            3   questions
                                           Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
                                           and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, microscopes,
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                   graduated cylinders) and units of measurement to
Science   5                            9   observe and collect data
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                   Record observations using methods that complement
Science   5                            7   investigations (e.g., journals, tables, charts)
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                   Identify questions that need to be explained through
Science   5                           13   further inquiry
                                           Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                   trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   5                            6   record data)
                                           experimenting and communicating how vibrations of
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                   objects produce sound and how changing the rate of
Science   5                PS-E-C1         vibration varies the pitch;
                                           Select and use appropriate equipment, technology, tools,
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                   and metric system units of measurement to make
Science   5                            6   observations
                                           Describe procedures and communicate data in a manner
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                   that allows others to understand and repeat an
Science   5                           19   investigation or experiment
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                   Select the best experimental design to answer a given
Science   5                           16   testable question
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                   Use evidence and observations to explain and
Science   5                           22   communicate the results of investigations
                                           Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                   own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   5                            2   scientific investigations
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-
Science   5                            7 Use the five senses to describe observations
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                 communicating scientific procedures, information, and
Science   5                SI-M-A7       explanations;
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  Describe why all questions cannot be answered with
Science   5                            30 present technologies
                                          Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   5                             3 questions
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  Design, predict outcomes, and conduct experiments to
Science   5                             4 answer guiding questions
                                          Recognize the importance of communication among
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  scientists about investigations in progress and the work
Science   5                            34 of others
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  Measure temperature by using Fahrenheit and Celsius
Science   5                            20 thermometers and compare results

          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  Investigate how changes in the position of a light source
Science   5                            13 and an object alter the size and shape of the shadow
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  observing and describing the position of an object
Science   5                  PS-E-B1      relative to another object or the background;
                                          Communicate ideas in a variety of ways (e.g., symbols,
          Lesson   5 Gr 3-                illustrations, graphs, charts, spreadsheets, concept
Science   5                            19 maps, oral and written reports, equations)
          Lesson   5 Gr 3-
Science   5                           3 Use a variety of sources to answer questions
          Lesson   5 Gr 3-              Use and describe alternate methods for investigating
Science   5                          26 different types of testable questions
          Lesson   5 Gr 3-              communicating that observations are made with one's
Science   5                  SI-E-A3    senses;
          Lesson   5 Gr 3-              Base explanations and logical inferences on scientific
Science   5                          18 knowledge, observations, and scientific evidence
          Lesson   5 Gr 3-              identifying questions that can be used to design a
Science   5                  SI-M-A1    scientific investigation;
                                        Describe procedures and communicate data in a manner
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                that allows others to understand and repeat an
Science   5                          16 investigation or experiment
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                developing explanations by using observations and
Science   5                  SI-E-B4    experiments;
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

          Lesson 5 Gr 3-                Identify problems, factors, and questions that must be
Science   5                           2 considered in a scientific investigation
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-
Science   5                        21 Distinguish between observations and inferences
                                      Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
                                      and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, microscopes,
          Lesson 5 Gr 3-              graduated cylinders) and units of measurement to
Science   5                         8 observe and collect data
                                      Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-              trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   5                         5 record data)
                                      observing, describing, and classifying objects by
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-              properties (size, weight, shape, color, texture, and
Science   5                PS-E-A1    temperature);
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-              using appropriate experiments depending on the
Science   5                SI-E-B2    questions to be explored;
                                      Generate testable questions about objects, organisms,
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-              and events that can be answered through scientific
Science   5                         1 investigation
                                      Determine linear, volume, and weight/mass
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-              measurements by using both metric system and U.S.
Science   5                        23 system units to compare the results
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-              recognizing that different kinds of questions guide
Science   5                SI-M-B1    different kinds of scientific investigations;
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-              Identify questions that need to be explained through
Science   5                        14 further inquiry
                                      investigating, measuring, and communicating the
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-              properties of different substances which are independent
Science   5                PS-M-A1    of the amount of the substance;
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-
Science   5                           6 Use the five senses to describe observations

          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                categorizing questions into what is known, what is not
Science   5                SI-E-B1      known, and what questions need to be explained;
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                           Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                   own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   5                            2   scientific investigations
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                   Describe the reflection/absorption properties of various
Science   5                           28   colored objects
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                   observing and communicating that rocks are composed
Science   5                ESS-E-A5        of various substances;
                                           Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                   investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   5                            3   questions
                                           Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
                                           and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, microscopes,
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                   graduated cylinders) and units of measurement to
Science   5                            9   observe and collect data
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                   Record observations using methods that complement
Science   5                            7   investigations (e.g., journals, tables, charts)
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                   Identify questions that need to be explained through
Science   5                           13   further inquiry
                                           Use a variety of methods and materials and multiple
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                   trials to investigate ideas (observe, measure, accurately
Science   5                            6   record data)
                                           experimenting and communicating how vibrations of
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                   objects produce sound and how changing the rate of
Science   5                PS-E-C1         vibration varies the pitch;
                                           Select and use appropriate equipment, technology, tools,
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                   and metric system units of measurement to make
Science   5                            6   observations
                                           Describe procedures and communicate data in a manner
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                   that allows others to understand and repeat an
Science   5                           19   investigation or experiment
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                   Select the best experimental design to answer a given
Science   5                           16   testable question
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                   Use evidence and observations to explain and
Science   5                           22   communicate the results of investigations
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                          Pose questions that can be answered by using studentsí
          Lesson   9 Gr 3-                own observations, scientific knowledge, and testable
Science   5                             2 scientific investigations
          Lesson   9 Gr 3-
Science   5                           7 Use the five senses to describe observations
          Lesson   9 Gr 3-              communicating scientific procedures, information, and
Science   5                  SI-M-A7    explanations;
          Lesson   9 Gr 3-              Describe why all questions cannot be answered with
Science   5                          30 present technologies
                                        Use observations to design and conduct simple
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                investigations or experiments to answer testable
Science   5                           3 questions
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                Design, predict outcomes, and conduct experiments to
Science   5                           4 answer guiding questions
                                        Recognize the importance of communication among
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                scientists about investigations in progress and the work
Science   5                          34 of others
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                Measure temperature by using Fahrenheit and Celsius
Science   5                          20 thermometers and compare results

          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                  Investigate how changes in the position of a light source
Science   5                            13 and an object alter the size and shape of the shadow
          Lesson 9 Gr 3-                  observing and describing the position of an object
Science   5                  PS-E-B1      relative to another object or the background;
                                          Communicate ideas in a variety of ways (e.g., symbols,
          Lesson   9 Gr 3-                illustrations, graphs, charts, spreadsheets, concept
Science   5                            19 maps, oral and written reports, equations)
          Lesson   9 Gr 3-
Science   5                             3 Use a variety of sources to answer questions
          Lesson   9 Gr 3-                Use and describe alternate methods for investigating
Science   5                            26 different types of testable questions
          Lesson   9 Gr 3-                communicating that observations are made with one's
Science   5                  SI-E-A3      senses;
          Lesson   9 Gr 3-                Base explanations and logical inferences on scientific
Science   5                            18 knowledge, observations, and scientific evidence
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                Lesson 9 Gr 3-                  identifying questions that can be used to design a
Science         5                  SI-M-A1      scientific investigation;
                                                Describe procedures and communicate data in a manner
                Lesson   9 Gr 3-                that allows others to understand and repeat an
Science         5                            16 investigation or experiment
                Lesson   9 Gr 3-                developing explanations by using observations and
Science         5                  SI-E-B4      experiments;
                Lesson   9 Gr 3-                Identify problems, factors, and questions that must be
Science         5                             2 considered in a scientific investigation
                Lesson   9 Gr 3-
Science         5                            21 Distinguish between observations and inferences
                                                Select and use developmentally appropriate equipment
                                                and tools (e.g., magnifying lenses, microscopes,
                Lesson 9 Gr 3-                  graduated cylinders) and units of measurement to
Science         5                             8 observe and collect data
                                                Use appropriate sensory descriptions (i.e., see, hear,
                Lesson   1 Gr 3-                taste, touch, smell) to communicate about an
Science Draft   5                             3 observation during a simple scientific investigation
                Lesson   1 Gr 3-                Select an appropriate sensory organ to be used for
Science Draft   5                             2 observations during a simple scientific investigation
                Lesson   1 Gr 3-
Science Draft   5                             3 Use an appropriate tool to extend a sensory observation
                Lesson   1 Gr 3-                Select an appropriate question related to a single
Science Draft   5                             2 organism or event
                Lesson   1 Gr 3-                Recognize the correct tool to use to extend a sensory
Science Draft   5                             2 observation
                Lesson   1 Gr 3-                Develop appropriate questions based on an organism or
Science Draft   5                             3 events in the environment
                                                Use appropriate sensory descriptions (i.e., see, hear,
                Lesson 2 Gr 3-                  taste, touch, smell) to communicate about an
Science Draft   5                             3 observation during a simple scientific investigation
                Lesson 2 Gr 3-                  Select an appropriate sensory organ to be used for
Science Draft   5                             2 observations during a simple scientific investigation
                Lesson 2 Gr 3-
Science Draft   5                             3 Use an appropriate tool to extend a sensory observation
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                Lesson 2 Gr 3-       Select an appropriate question related to a single
Science Draft   5                  2 organism or event
                Lesson 2 Gr 3-       Recognize the correct tool to use to extend a sensory
Science Draft   5                  2 observation
                Lesson 2 Gr 3-       Develop appropriate questions based on an organism or
Science Draft   5                  3 events in the environment
                                     Use appropriate sensory descriptions (i.e., see, hear,
                Lesson   3 Gr 3-     taste, touch, smell) to communicate about an
Science Draft   5                  3 observation during a simple scientific investigation
                Lesson   3 Gr 3-     Select an appropriate sensory organ to be used for
Science Draft   5                  2 observations during a simple scientific investigation
                Lesson   3 Gr 3-
Science Draft   5                  3 Use an appropriate tool to extend a sensory observation
                Lesson   3 Gr 3-     Select an appropriate question related to a single
Science Draft   5                  2 organism or event
                Lesson   3 Gr 3-     Recognize the correct tool to use to extend a sensory
Science Draft   5                  2 observation
                Lesson   3 Gr 3-     Develop appropriate questions based on an organism or
Science Draft   5                  3 events in the environment
                                     Use appropriate sensory descriptions (i.e., see, hear,
                Lesson   4 Gr 3-     taste, touch, smell) to communicate about an
Science Draft   5                  3 observation during a simple scientific investigation
                Lesson   4 Gr 3-     Select an appropriate sensory organ to be used for
Science Draft   5                  2 observations during a simple scientific investigation
                Lesson   4 Gr 3-
Science Draft   5                  3 Use an appropriate tool to extend a sensory observation
                Lesson   4 Gr 3-     Select an appropriate question related to a single
Science Draft   5                  2 organism or event
                Lesson   4 Gr 3-     Recognize the correct tool to use to extend a sensory
Science Draft   5                  2 observation
                Lesson   4 Gr 3-     Develop appropriate questions based on an organism or
Science Draft   5                  3 events in the environment
                                     Use appropriate sensory descriptions (i.e., see, hear,
                Lesson 5 Gr 3-       taste, touch, smell) to communicate about an
Science Draft   5                  3 observation during a simple scientific investigation
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                Lesson   5 Gr 3-               Select an appropriate sensory organ to be used for
Science Draft   5                            2 observations during a simple scientific investigation
                Lesson   5 Gr 3-
Science Draft   5                            3 Use an appropriate tool to extend a sensory observation
                Lesson   5 Gr 3-               Select an appropriate question related to a single
Science Draft   5                            2 organism or event
                Lesson   5 Gr 3-               Recognize the correct tool to use to extend a sensory
Science Draft   5                            2 observation
                Lesson   5 Gr 3-               Develop appropriate questions based on an organism or
Science Draft   5                            3 events in the environment
                                               Use appropriate sensory descriptions (i.e., see, hear,
                Lesson   9 Gr 3-               taste, touch, smell) to communicate about an
Science Draft   5                            3 observation during a simple scientific investigation
                Lesson   9 Gr 3-               Select an appropriate sensory organ to be used for
Science Draft   5                            2 observations during a simple scientific investigation
                Lesson   9 Gr 3-
Science Draft   5                            3 Use an appropriate tool to extend a sensory observation
                Lesson   9 Gr 3-               Select an appropriate question related to a single
Science Draft   5                            2 organism or event
                Lesson   9 Gr 3-               Recognize the correct tool to use to extend a sensory
Science Draft   5                            2 observation
                Lesson   9 Gr 3-               Develop appropriate questions based on an organism or
Science Draft   5                            3 events in the environment
                                               identifying and describing the characteristics and uses of
                                               geographic representations, such as various types of
               Grade 1                         maps, globes, graphs, diagrams, photographs, and
Social Studies lessons 1-5         G-1A-E1     satellite-produced images;
                                               identifying and describing the characteristics and uses of
                                               geographic representations, such as various types of
               Grade 2                         maps, globes, graphs, diagrams, photographs, and
Social Studies lessons 1-2         G-1A-E1     satellite-produced images;
                                               identifying and describing the characteristics and uses of
                                               geographic representations, such as various types of
               Grade 2                         maps, globes, graphs, diagrams, photographs, and
Social Studies lessons 3-4         G-1A-E1     satellite-produced images;
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                               identifying and describing the characteristics and uses of
                                               geographic representations, such as various types of
               Grade 2                         maps, globes, graphs, diagrams, photographs, and
Social Studies lessons 5-6      G-1A-E1        satellite-produced images;
                                               identifying and describing the characteristics and uses of
                                               geographic representations, such as various types of
               Grade 2                         maps, globes, graphs, diagrams, photographs, and
Social Studies lessons 7-8      G-1A-E1        satellite-produced images;
                                               identifying and describing the characteristics and uses of
                                               geographic representations, such as various types of
               Grade 2                         maps, globes, graphs, diagrams, photographs, and
Social Studies lessons 9-10     G-1A-E1        satellite-produced images;
                                               Use a variety of images or other spatial graphics (e.g.,
               Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  aerial photographs, satellite images) to locate major
Social Studies 5                           2   physical and human characteristics
                                               Use maps, charts, and pictures to describe how places in
               Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  Louisiana are different (e.g., land use, vegetation,
Social Studies 5                          12   architecture)
                                               identifying and describing the characteristics and uses of
                                               geographic representations, such as various types of
               Lesson 1 Gr 3-                  maps, globes, graphs, diagrams, photographs, and
Social Studies 5                G-1A-E1        satellite-produced images;
                                               Use a variety of images or other spatial graphics (e.g.,
               Lesson 2 Gr 3-                  aerial photographs, satellite images) to locate major
Social Studies 5                           2   physical and human characteristics
                                               Use maps, charts, and pictures to describe how places in
               Lesson 2 Gr 3-                  Louisiana are different (e.g., land use, vegetation,
Social Studies 5                          12   architecture)
                                               identifying and describing the characteristics and uses of
                                               geographic representations, such as various types of
               Lesson 2 Gr 3-                  maps, globes, graphs, diagrams, photographs, and
Social Studies 5                G-1A-E1        satellite-produced images;
                                               Use a variety of images or other spatial graphics (e.g.,
               Lesson 3 Gr 3-                  aerial photographs, satellite images) to locate major
Social Studies 5                           2   physical and human characteristics
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                               Use maps, charts, and pictures to describe how places in
               Lesson 3 Gr 3-                  Louisiana are different (e.g., land use, vegetation,
Social Studies 5                          12   architecture)
                                               identifying and describing the characteristics and uses of
                                               geographic representations, such as various types of
               Lesson 3 Gr 3-                  maps, globes, graphs, diagrams, photographs, and
Social Studies 5                G-1A-E1        satellite-produced images;
                                               Use a variety of images or other spatial graphics (e.g.,
               Lesson 4 Gr 3-                  aerial photographs, satellite images) to locate major
Social Studies 5                           2   physical and human characteristics
                                               Use maps, charts, and pictures to describe how places in
               Lesson 4 Gr 3-                  Louisiana are different (e.g., land use, vegetation,
Social Studies 5                          12   architecture)
                                               identifying and describing the characteristics and uses of
                                               geographic representations, such as various types of
               Lesson 4 Gr 3-                  maps, globes, graphs, diagrams, photographs, and
Social Studies 5                G-1A-E1        satellite-produced images;
                                               Use a variety of images or other spatial graphics (e.g.,
               Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  aerial photographs, satellite images) to locate major
Social Studies 5                           2   physical and human characteristics
                                               Use maps, charts, and pictures to describe how places in
               Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  Louisiana are different (e.g., land use, vegetation,
Social Studies 5                          12   architecture)
                                               identifying and describing the characteristics and uses of
                                               geographic representations, such as various types of
               Lesson 5 Gr 3-                  maps, globes, graphs, diagrams, photographs, and
Social Studies 5                G-1A-E1        satellite-produced images;
                                               Use a variety of images or other spatial graphics (e.g.,
               Lesson 9 Gr 3-                  aerial photographs, satellite images) to locate major
Social Studies 5                           2   physical and human characteristics
                                               Use maps, charts, and pictures to describe how places in
               Lesson 9 Gr 3-                  Louisiana are different (e.g., land use, vegetation,
Social Studies 5                          12   architecture)
VTS and Louisiana State Content Standards

                                          identifying and describing the characteristics and uses of
                                          geographic representations, such as various types of
               Lesson 9 Gr 3-             maps, globes, graphs, diagrams, photographs, and
Social Studies 5                G-1A-E1   satellite-produced images;

				
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