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                                                                   Internet Safety Cross-Curriculum Objectives
                                                                                Kindergarten (ISK)
Objective ISK.1 Internet Citizenship

                Internet Safety                 Computer/Technology Objectives           History and Social Sciences Objectives                              Other Course
                  Objectives                                                                                                                                  Objectives
 ISK 1.1   Define “Internet”, “Community”,    C/T K-2.1 The student will demonstrate     K.8 The student will demonstrate being   English K.3
           and “Internet Community”                     knowledge of the nature              a good citizen.                      The student will build oral communication skills. Listen and speak
                                                        and operation of                                                          in informal conversations with peers and adults. Participate in
                                                        technology systems.                                                       discussions about books and specific topics.

                                                                                                                                  Math K
                                                                                                                                  While learning mathematics, students will be actively engaged,
                                                                                                                                  using concrete materials and appropriate technologies such as
                                                                                                                                  calculators and computers.

                                                                                                                                  Lab
 ISK 1.2    Know the advisability of having   C/T K-2.7 The student will use a variety                                            Health K.3
           adult assistance when using the              of media and formats to                                                   The student will explain the concept of being safe. Key
           Internet                                     communicate information                                                   concepts/skills include the need for rules and practices
                                                        and ideas effectively to
                                                        multiple audiences.                                                       Health K.5
                                                                                                                                  The student will explain the importance of seeking guidance
                                                                                                                                  from parents/guardians and other trusted adults. Key
                                                                                                                                  concepts/skills include
                                                                                                                                  peaceful resolution of conflicts; the importance of sharing
                                                                                                                                  information

                                                                                                                                  Math K
                                                                                                                                  Mathematics has its own language, and the acquisition of
                                                                                                                                  specialized vocabulary and language patterns is crucial to a
                                                                                                                                  student‟s understanding and appreciation of the subject.
                                                                                                                                  Students should be encouraged to use correctly the concepts,
                                                                                                                                  skills, symbols, and vocabulary identified in the following set of
                                                                                                                                  standards.

                                                                                                                                  Math K
                                                                                                                                  The focus of statistics instruction at this level is to help students
                                                                                                                                  develop methods of collecting, organizing, describing,
                                                                                                                                  displaying, and interpreting data to answer questions they have
                                                                                                                                  posed about themselves and their world.

                                                                                                                                  Lab




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Objective ISK.2 Internet Security

              Internet Safety             Computer/Technology Objectives   History and Social Sciences Objectives                             Other Course
                Objectives                                                                                                                     Objectives
 ISK 2.1 Define (age appropriate) virus                                                                             Health K.2
         (people and computers)                                                                                      The student will explain the concept of being healthy. Key
                                                                                                                    concepts/ skills include the impact of positive and negative
                                                                                                                    emotions; personal hygiene practices; germs (e.g., bacteria,
                                                                                                                    viruses) that lead to common diseases (e.g., cold, flu).


                                                                                                                    Science K.6
                                                                                                                    The student will investigate and understand basic needs and life
                                                                                                                    processes of plants and animals. Key concepts include living
                                                                                                                    things change as they grow, and they need food, water, and air
                                                                                                                    to survive; plants and animals live and die (go through a life
                                                                                                                    cycle); and
                                                                                                                    offspring of plants and animals are similar but not identical to
                                                                                                                    their parents and to one another.

                                                                                                                    Lab
 ISK 2.2   Compare “sick” people and                                                                                Health K.2
           “sick” computers                                                                                         The student will explain the concept of being healthy. Key
                                                                                                                    concepts/ skills include the impact of positive and negative
                                                                                                                    emotions; personal hygiene practices; germs (e.g., bacteria,
                                                                                                                    viruses) that lead to common diseases (e.g., cold, flu).

                                                                                                                    English K.3
                                                                                                                    The student will build oral communication skills. Listen and speak
                                                                                                                    in informal conversations with peers and adults. Participate in
                                                                                                                    discussions about books and specific topics.

                                                                                                                    Science K.6
                                                                                                                    The student will investigate and understand basic needs and life
                                                                                                                    processes of plants and animals. Key concepts include living
                                                                                                                    things change as they grow, and they need food, water, and air
                                                                                                                    to survive; plants and animals live and die (go through a life
                                                                                                                    cycle); and offspring of plants and animals are similar but not
                                                                                                                    identical to their parents and to one another.

                                                                                                                    Lab




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Objective ISK.3 Personal Safety

               Internet Safety              Computer/Technology Objectives           History and Social Sciences Objectives                             Other Course
                 Objectives                                                                                                                              Objectives

 ISK 3.1   Understand concept of E-mail   C/T K-2.7 The student will use a variety   K.2 – The student will describe          English K.3
                                                     of media and formats to               everyday life in the present and   The student will build oral communication skills. Listen and speak
                                                     communicate information               in the past and recognize that     in informal conversations with peers and adults. Participate in
                                                     and ideas effectively to              things change over time.           discussions about books and specific topics.
                                                     multiple audiences.                     (mail to E-mail)
                                                                                                                              English K.12
                                                                                                                              The student will explore the uses of available technology for
                                                                                                                              reading and writing.

                                                                                                                              Lab
 ISK 3.3   Know the school‟s rules for    C/T K-2.3 The student will practice        K.8 – The student will demonstrate       Health K.3
           using computers                           responsible use of                    being a good citizen.              The student will explain the concept of being safe. Key
                                                     technology systems,                                                      concepts/skills include the need for rules and practices
                                                     information, and software.
                                                                                                                              Lab




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Objective ISK.4 Intellectual Property

               Internet Safety               Computer/Technology Objectives        History and Social Sciences Objectives                             Other Course
                 Objectives                                                                                                                            Objectives

 ISK 4.1   Recognize that objects,         C/T K-2.3 The student will practice                                              Lab
           including computer equipment,              responsible use of
           have owners                                technology systems,
                                                      information, and software.


Objective ISK.5 Cyber Bullying

               Internet Safety               Computer/Technology Objectives        History and Social Sciences Objectives                             Other Course
                 Objectives                                                                                                                            Objectives

 ISK 5.1   Identify the people in the      C/T K-2.3 The student will practice     K.6 – The student will match simple      English K.3
           community who help keeps                  responsible use of                  descriptions of work that people   The student will build oral communication skills. Listen and speak
           others safe                               technology systems,                 do.                                in informal conversations with peers and adults. Participate in
                                                     information, and software.                                             discussions about books and specific topics.

                                                                                                                            Health K.4
                                                                                                                            The student will identify sources of health and safety information.
                                                                                                                            Key concepts/skills include individuals, including school nurses,
                                                                                                                            family members, health care personnel, teachers, and public
                                                                                                                            safety officials.


Objective ISK.6 Predator Identification

               Internet Safety               Computer/Technology Objectives        History and Social Sciences Objectives                             Other Course
                 Objectives                                                                                                                            Objectives

 ISK 6.1   Explain the concept of          C/T K-2.3 The student will practice     K.8 – The student will demonstrate       Health K.3
           “stranger” and apply that                 responsible use of                  being a good citizen.              The student will explain the concept of being safe. Key
           concept to Internet use                   technology systems,                                                    concepts/skills include the differences between emergency and
                                                     information, and software.                                             nonemergency situations

                                                                                                                            Science K.8
                                                                                                                            The student will investigate and understand simple patterns in
                                                                                                                            his/her daily life. Key concepts include home and school
                                                                                                                            routines.

                                                                                                                            English K.3
                                                                                                                            The student will build oral communication skills. Listen and speak
                                                                                                                            in informal conversations with peers and adults. Participate in
                                                                                                                            discussions about books and specific topics.

                                                                                                                            Lab




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                                                               Internet Safety Cross-Curriculum Objectives
                                                                              1st Grade (IS1)

Objective IS1.1 Internet Citizenship

           Internet Safety Objectives         Computer/Technology Objectives           History and Social Sciences Objectives                           Other Course Objectives
 IS1.1.1     Define “Internet citizen”      C/T K-2.4 The student will use             1.10 – The student will apply traits of a   English 1.2
                                                      technology responsibly.                 good citizen.                        The student will continue to expand and use listening and
                                                                                                                                   speaking vocabularies.
                                                                                                                                   Increase oral descriptive vocabulary. Begin to ask for
                                                                                                                                   clarification and explanation of words and ideas. Follow simple
                                                                                                                                   two-step oral directions. Give simple two-step oral directions. Use
                                                                                                                                   singular and plural nouns.

                                                                                                                                   Lab
 IS1.1.2    Define “Website” to describe    C/T K-2.7 The student will use a variety   1.4 – The student will develop map          English 1.2
            places in the Internet                    of media and formats to                skills. (Compare websites to          The student will continue to expand and use listening and
            community                                 communicate information                places on a map)                      speaking vocabularies.
                                                      and ideas effectively to                                                     Increase oral descriptive vocabulary. Begin to ask for
                                                      multiple audiences.                                                          clarification and explanation of words and ideas. Follow simple
                                                                                                                                   two-step oral directions. Give simple two-step oral directions. Use
                                                                                                                                   singular and plural nouns.

                                                                                                                                   English 1.3
                                                                                                                                   The student will adapt or change oral language to fit the
                                                                                                                                   situation. Initiate conversation with peers and adults. Follow rules
                                                                                                                                   for conversation. Use appropriate voice level in small-group
                                                                                                                                   settings. Ask and respond to questions in small-group settings.

                                                                                                                                   Health 1.4
                                                                                                                                   The student will demonstrate healthy mental and emotional
                                                                                                                                   development. Key concepts/skills include cooperation with
                                                                                                                                   others and the differences between positive and negative
                                                                                                                                   emotions.

                                                                                                                                   Lab
 IS1.1.3   List ways students can be good   C/T K-2.4 The student will use             1.10 – The student will apply traits of a   English 1.12
           Internet citizens                          technology responsibly.                 good citizen.                        The student will write to communicate ideas. Generate ideas.
                                                                                                                                   Focus on one topic. Use descriptive words when writing about
                                                                                                                                   people, places, things, and events. Use complete sentences in
                                                                                                                                   final copies. Begin each sentence with a capital letter and use
                                                                                                                                   ending punctuation in final copies. Use correct spelling for high-
                                                                                                                                   frequency sight words and phonetically regular words in final
                                                                                                                                   copies. Share writing with others. Use available technology.

                                                                                                                                   Health 1.6
                                                                                                                                   The student will demonstrate responsible personal and social
                                                                                                                                   behaviors in the school community. Key concepts/skills include
                                                                                                                                   cooperative behavior; respect for others; adherence to school


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                                                                                                                               rules; acceptance of responsibility; respect for the property of
                                                                                                                               others.

                                                                                                                               Lab
 IS1.1.5   Explain the importance of      C/T K-2.1 The student will demonstrate                                               Health 1.2
           getting an adult help on the             knowledge of the nature                                                    The student will explain that good health is related to health-
           Internet                                 and operation of                                                           promoting decisions. Key concepts/skills include personal
                                                    technology systems.                                                        hygiene; including care of one‟s teeth; personal safety
                                                                                                                               behaviors; the harmful effects of misusing medicines and drugs;
                                                                                                                               sleep habits; physical activity and healthy entertainment; proper
                                                                                                                               nutrition.

                                                                                                                               English 1.3
                                                                                                                               The student will adapt or change oral language to fit the
                                                                                                                               situation. Initiate conversation with peers and adults. Follow rules
                                                                                                                               for conversation. Use appropriate voice level in small-group
                                                                                                                               settings. Ask and respond to questions in small-group settings.

                                                                                                                               Science 1.8
                                                                                                                               The student will investigate and understand that natural
                                                                                                                               resources are limited. Key concepts include identification of
                                                                                                                               natural resources (plants and animals, water, air, land, minerals,
                                                                                                                               forests, and soil);
                                                                                                                                factors that affect air and water quality; and recycling, reusing,
                                                                                                                               and reducing consumption of natural resources.

                                                                                                                               Lab
 IS1.1.7   Compare Internet citizens to   C/T K-2.4 The student will use           1.10 – The student will apply traits of a   English 1.3
           real life citizens.                      technology responsibly.               good citizen.                        The student will adapt or change oral language to fit the
                                                                                                                               situation. Initiate conversation with peers and adults. Follow rules
                                                                                                                               for conversation. Use appropriate voice level in small-group
                                                                                                                               settings. Ask and respond to questions in small-group settings.

                                                                                                                               English 1.12
                                                                                                                               The student will write to communicate ideas. Generate ideas.
                                                                                                                               Focus on one topic. Use descriptive words when writing about
                                                                                                                               people, places, things, and events. Use complete sentences in
                                                                                                                               final copies. Begin each sentence with a capital letter and use
                                                                                                                               ending punctuation in final copies. Use correct spelling for high-
                                                                                                                               frequency sight words and phonetically regular words in final
                                                                                                                               copies. Share writing with others. Use available technology.




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Objective IS1.2 Internet Security

           Internet Safety Objectives              Computer/Technology Objectives           History and Social Sciences Objectives                             Other Course Objectives
 IS1.1.4     Navigate to a Website               C/T K-2.7 The student will use a variety    1.4 – Proper ways to get somewhere         Health 1.3
                                                           of media and formats to                 on internet                          The student will explain the need for specific rules and practices
                                                           communicate information                                                      to promote personal safety and injury-free situations. Key
                                                           and ideas effectively to                                                     concepts/skills include bus and automobile safety; pedestrian
                                                           multiple audiences.                                                          safety; playground safety; fire safety; home safety; water safety;
                                                                                                                                        bicycle, in-line skating, skateboard, scooter, and other self-
                                                                                                                                        propelled vehicle safety; the need for protective gear.

                                                                                                                                        Science 1.8
                                                                                                                                        The student will investigate and understand that natural
                                                                                                                                        resources are limited. Key concepts include identification of
                                                                                                                                        natural resources (plants and animals, water, air, land, minerals,
                                                                                                                                        forests, and soil); factors that affect air and water quality; and
                                                                                                                                        recycling, reusing, and reducing consumption of natural
                                                                                                                                        resources.

                                                                                                                                        Math 1
                                                                                                                                        While learning mathematics, students will be actively engaged,
                                                                                                                                        using concrete materials and appropriate technologies such as
                                                                                                                                        calculators and computers.


Objective IS1.3 Personal Safety

           Internet Safety Objectives              Computer/Technology Objectives           History and Social Sciences Objectives                           Other Course Objectives



 IS1.3.2   List 5 FBI Internet Safety tips:      C/T K-2.3 The student will practice        1.10 – The student will apply traits of a   Health 1.2
           o     Never give out personal                   responsible use of                     good citizen.                         The student will explain that good health is related to health-
                 information                               technology systems,                                                          promoting decisions. Key concepts/skills include personal
           o     Never write someone who                   information, and software.                                                   hygiene; including care of one‟s teeth; personal safety
                 has made you feel                                                                                                      behaviors; the harmful effects of misusing medicines and drugs;
                 uncomfortable                                                                                                          sleep habits; physical activity and healthy entertainment; proper
           o     Never meet or visit with                                                                                               nutrition.
                 someone without your
                 parent‟s permission                                                                                                    English 1.5
           o     Tell an adult if you read                                                                                              (if teacher writes it on a chart for students to read)
                 anything on the Internet that
                 makes you feel                                                                                                         Health 1.3
                 uncomfortable                                                                                                          The student will explain the need for specific rules and practices
           o     People online may not be                                                                                               to promote personal safety and injury-free situations. Key
                 who they say they are                                                                                                  concepts/ skills include bus and automobile safety; pedestrian
                                                                                                                                        safety; playground safety; fire safety; home safety; water safety;
                                                                                                                                        bicycle, in-line skating, skateboard, scooter, and other self-
                                                                                                                                        propelled vehicle safety; the need for protective gear.

                                                                                                                                        Lab




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Objective IS1.4 Intellectual Property

         Internet Safety Objectives           Computer/Technology Objectives       History and Social Sciences Objectives                          Other Course Objectives




Objective IS1.5 Cyber Bullying

         Internet Safety Objectives           Computer/Technology Objectives       History and Social Sciences Objectives                          Other Course Objectives



 IS1.3.1 Define “uncomfortable” and         C/T K-2.3 The student will practice    1.10 – The student will apply traits of a   Health 1.4
         relate it to Internet/E-mail use             responsible use of                 good citizen.                         The student will demonstrate healthy mental and emotional
                                                      technology systems,                                                      development. Key concepts/
                                                      information, and software.                                               skills include
                                                                                                                               cooperation with others; adaptation to change; expression of
                                                                                                                               ideas and thoughts to create positive relationships; the
                                                                                                                               differences between positive and negative emotions.

                                                                                                                               English 1.2
                                                                                                                               The student will continue to expand and use listening and
                                                                                                                               speaking vocabularies. Increase oral descriptive vocabulary.
                                                                                                                               Begin to ask for clarification and explanation of words and
                                                                                                                               ideas. Follow simple two-step oral directions. Give simple two-
                                                                                                                               step oral directions. Use singular and plural nouns.

                                                                                                                               Lab
                                                                                                                               Guidance




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Objective IS1.6 Predator Identification

           Internet Safety Objectives          Computer/Technology Objectives    History and Social Sciences Objectives                        Other Course Objectives



 IS1.6.1    Identify the parents as the      C/T K-2.4 The student will use                                               Health 1.2
            primary educators who make                 technology responsibly.                                            The student will explain that good health is related to health-
            rules to keep children safe in                                                                                promoting decisions. Key concepts/ skills include personal
            both the physical and the                                                                                     hygiene; including care of one‟s teeth; personal safety
            Internet community                                                                                            behaviors; the harmful effects of misusing medicines and drugs;
                                                                                                                          sleep habits; physical activity and healthy entertainment; proper
                                                                                                                          nutrition.

                                                                                                                          English 1.3
                                                                                                                          The student will adapt or change oral language to fit the
                                                                                                                          situation. Initiate conversation with peers and adults. Follow rules
                                                                                                                          for conversation. Use appropriate voice level in small-group
                                                                                                                          settings. Ask and respond to questions in small-group settings.

                                                                                                                          Science 1.8
                                                                                                                          The student will investigate and understand that natural
                                                                                                                          resources are limited. Key concepts include identification of
                                                                                                                          natural resources (plants and animals, water, air, land, minerals,
                                                                                                                          forests, and soil); factors that affect air and water quality; and
                                                                                                                          recycling, reusing, and reducing consumption of natural
                                                                                                                          resources.

                                                                                                                          Lab




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                                                                 Mecklenburg County Public Schools
                                                             Internet Safety Cross-Curriculum Objectives
                                                                            2nd Grade (IS2)

Objective IS2.1 Internet Citizenship

           Internet Safety Objectives        Computer/Technology Objectives       History and Social Sciences Objectives                             Other Course Objectives
 IS2.1.2    Compare physical community     C/T K-2.3 The student will practice    2.10 – The student will explain the           Health 2.4
            rules/laws to Internet rules             responsible use of                   responsibilities of a good citizen.   The student will recognize the influence that health resources
                                                     technology systems,          2.3 – The student will identify and           and professionals have on personal health. Key concepts/skills
                                                     information, and software.         compare changes in community            include health care professionals, resources, and services;
                                                                                        life over time in terms of buildings,   emergency services; print, audiovisual, and electronic media.
                                                                                        jobs, transportation, and
                                                                                        population.                             English 2.1
                                                                                                                                The student will demonstrate an understanding of oral language
                                                                                                                                structure. Create oral stories to share with others. Create and
                                                                                                                                participate in oral dramatic activities. Use correct verb tenses in
                                                                                                                                oral communication. Use increasingly complex sentence
                                                                                                                                structures in oral communication.

                                                                                                                                English 2.2
                                                                                                                                The student will continue to expand listening and speaking
                                                                                                                                vocabularies. Use words that reflect a growing range of interests
                                                                                                                                and knowledge. Clarify and explain words and ideas orally.
                                                                                                                                Follow oral directions with three or four steps. Give three-step
                                                                                                                                and four-step directions. Identify and use synonyms and
                                                                                                                                antonyms in oral communication.

                                                                                                                                English 2.3
                                                                                                                                The student will use oral communication skills. Use oral language
                                                                                                                                for different purposes: to inform, to persuade, and to entertain.
                                                                                                                                Share stories or information orally with an audience. Participate
                                                                                                                                as a contributor and leader in a group. Summarize information
                                                                                                                                shared orally by others.

                                                                                                                                English 2.11
                                                                                                                                The student will write stories, letters, and simple explanations.
                                                                                                                                Generate ideas before writing. Organize writing to include a
                                                                                                                                beginning, middle, and end. Revise writing for clarity. Use
                                                                                                                                available technology.

                                                                                                                                English 2.12
                                                                                                                                The student will edit writing for correct grammar, capitalization,
                                                                                                                                punctuation, and spelling. Recognize and use complete
                                                                                                                                sentences. Use and punctuate declarative, interrogative, and
                                                                                                                                exclamatory sentences. Capitalize all proper nouns and the
                                                                                                                                word I. Use singular and plural nouns and pronouns. Use
                                                                                                                                apostrophes in contractions, including don’t, isn’t, and can’t.
                                                                                                                                Use correct spelling for high-frequency sight words, including
                                                                                                                                compound words and regular plurals.


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                                                                                                                              Science 2.8
                                                                                                                              The student will investigate and understand that plants produce
                                                                                                                              oxygen and food, are a source of useful products, and provide
                                                                                                                              benefits in nature. Key concepts include important plant
                                                                                                                              products (fiber, cotton, oil, spices, lumber, rubber, medicines,
                                                                                                                              and paper); the availability of plant products affects the
                                                                                                                              development of a geographic area; and plants provide homes
                                                                                                                              and food for many animals and prevent soil from washing away.

                                                                                                                              Lab
 IS2.1.3   Build on the concept of an       C/T K-2.2 The student will demonstrate   2.12 – The student will understand       Health 2.5
           Internet community through                 proficiency in the use of             that…people have diverse          The student will demonstrate ways to communicate
           interactive, hands-on practice             technology.                           ethnic origins, customs, and      consideration and respect for the health of individuals in the
                                                                                            traditions…                       community. Key concepts/skills include the impact of verbal
                                                                                                                              and nonverbal aggressive behaviors; the effects of personal
                                                                                     2.3 – The student will identify and      health decisions on other individuals.
                                                                                           compare changes in community
                                                                                           life over time in terms of         English 2.1
                                                                                           buildings, jobs, transportation,   The student will demonstrate an understanding of oral language
                                                                                           and population.                    structure. Create oral stories to share with others. Create and
                                                                                                                              participate in oral dramatic activities. Use correct verb tenses in
                                                                                                                              oral communication. Use increasingly complex sentence
                                                                                                                              structures in oral communication.

                                                                                                                              English 2.2
                                                                                                                              The student will continue to expand listening and speaking
                                                                                                                              vocabularies. Use words that reflect a growing range of interests
                                                                                                                              and knowledge. Clarify and explain words and ideas orally.
                                                                                                                              Follow oral directions with three or four steps. Give three-step
                                                                                                                              and four-step directions. Identify and use synonyms and
                                                                                                                              antonyms in oral communication.

                                                                                                                              English 2.3
                                                                                                                              The student will use oral communication skills.
                                                                                                                              Use oral language for different purposes: to inform, to persuade,
                                                                                                                              and to entertain. Share stories or information orally with an
                                                                                                                              audience. Participate as a contributor and leader in a group.
                                                                                                                              Summarize information shared orally by others.

                                                                                                                              English 2.11
                                                                                                                              The student will write stories, letters, and simple explanations.
                                                                                                                              Generate ideas before writing. Organize writing to include a
                                                                                                                              beginning, middle, and end. Revise writing for clarity. Use
                                                                                                                              available technology.

                                                                                                                              English 2.12
                                                                                                                              The student will edit writing for correct grammar, capitalization,
                                                                                                                              punctuation, and spelling. Recognize and use complete
                                                                                                                              sentences. Use and punctuate declarative, interrogative, and
                                                                                                                              exclamatory sentences. Capitalize all proper nouns and the
                                                                                                                              word I. Use singular and plural nouns and pronouns. Use
                                                                                                                              apostrophes in contractions, including don’t, isn’t, and can’t.
                                                                                                                              Use correct spelling for high-frequency sight words, including
                                                                                                                              compound words and regular plurals.



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                                                                                Math 2
                                                                                While learning mathematics, students will be actively engaged,
                                                                                using concrete materials and appropriate technologies such as
                                                                                calculators and computers.




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Objective IS2.2 Internet Security

           Internet Safety Objectives          Computer/Technology Objectives       History and Social Sciences Objectives                             Other Course Objectives
 IS2.2.1    Know that there are laws and     C/T K-2.3 The student will practice    2.10 – The student will explain the          Health 2.3
            consequences governing                     responsible use of                  responsibilities of a good citizen.   The student will describe the influences and factors that impact
            people who invent viruses                  technology systems,                                                       health and well-being. Key concepts/skills include heredity; the
                                                       information, and software.                                                environment; germs and diseases; different customs and
                                                                                                                                 traditions; self-image related to personal success;
                                                                                                                                 disappointment, loss, grief, and separation.

                                                                                                                                 Science 2.4
                                                                                                                                 The student will investigate and understand that plants and
                                                                                                                                 animals undergo a series of orderly changes in their life cycles.
                                                                                                                                 Key concepts include some animals (frogs and butterflies)
                                                                                                                                 undergo distinct stages during their lives, while others generally
                                                                                                                                 resemble their parents; and flowering plants undergo many
                                                                                                                                 changes, from the formation of the flower to the development
                                                                                                                                 of the fruit.

 IS2.2.2   Discuss ways to prevent viruses                                                                                       Health 2.3
           or to protect computers against                                                                                       The student will describe the influences and factors that impact
           viruses                                                                                                               health and well-being. Key concepts/skills include heredity; the
                                                                                                                                 environment; germs and diseases; different customs and
                                                                                                                                 traditions; self-image related to personal success;
                                                                                                                                 disappointment, loss, grief, and separation.

                                                                                                                                 English 2.1
                                                                                                                                 The student will demonstrate an understanding of oral language
                                                                                                                                 structure. Create oral stories to share with others. Create and
                                                                                                                                 participate in oral dramatic activities. Use correct verb tenses in
                                                                                                                                 oral communication. Use increasingly complex sentence
                                                                                                                                 structures in oral communication.

                                                                                                                                 English 2.3
                                                                                                                                 The student will use oral communication skills. Use oral language
                                                                                                                                 for different purposes: to inform, to persuade, and to entertain.
                                                                                                                                 Share stories or information orally with an audience. Participate
                                                                                                                                 as a contributor and leader in a group. Summarize information
                                                                                                                                 shared orally by others.

                                                                                                                                 English 2.11
                                                                                                                                 The student will write stories, letters, and simple explanations.
                                                                                                                                 Generate ideas before writing. Organize writing to include a
                                                                                                                                 beginning, middle, and end. Revise writing for clarity. Use
                                                                                                                                 available technology.

                                                                                                                                 English 2.3
                                                                                                                                 The student will use oral communication skills. Participate as a
                                                                                                                                 contributor and leader in a group. Summarize information
                                                                                                                                 shared orally by others.

                                                                                                                                 Science 2.5
                                                                                                                                 The student will investigate and understand that living things are
                                                                                                                                 part of a system. Key concepts include living organisms are
                                                                                                                                 interdependent with their living and nonliving surroundings; and
                                                                                                                                 habitats change over time due to many influences.



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                                                                                Lab

 IS2.2.3   Define “infected” as it relates to                                   Health 2.3
           computers                                                            The student will describe the influences and factors that impact
                                                                                health and well-being. Key concepts/skills include heredity; the
                                                                                environment; germs and diseases; different customs and
                                                                                traditions; self-image related to personal success;
                                                                                disappointment, loss, grief, and separation.

                                                                                Science 2.5
                                                                                The student will investigate and understand that living things are
                                                                                part of a system. Key concepts include living organisms are
                                                                                interdependent with their living and nonliving surroundings; and
                                                                                habitats change over time due to many influences.

                                                                                English 2.3
                                                                                The student will use oral communication skills.
                                                                                Participate as a contributor and leader in a group. Summarize
                                                                                information shared orally by others.

                                                                                English 2.2
                                                                                The student will continue to expand listening and speaking
                                                                                vocabularies. Use words that reflect a growing range of interests
                                                                                and knowledge

                                                                                Lab
 IS2.2.4   Classify a computer virus as a                                       Health 2.3
           type of computer program                                             The student will describe the influences and factors that impact
                                                                                health and well-being. Key concepts/skills include heredity; the
                                                                                environment; germs and diseases; different customs and
                                                                                traditions; self-image related to personal success;
                                                                                disappointment, loss, grief, and separation.

                                                                                Lab




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Objective IS2.3 Personal Safety

         Internet Safety Objectives               Computer/Technology Objectives       History and Social Sciences Objectives                           Other Course Objectives



 IS2.3.1 Discuss the importance of              C/T K-2.3 The student will practice    2.10 – The student will explain the          Health 2.2
         following the FBI rules for Internet             responsible use of                  responsibilities of a good citizen.   The student will explain that personal health decisions and
         use                                              technology systems,                                                       health habits influence health and well-being throughout life.
         o    Never give out personal                     information, and software.   2.12 - The student will understand that      Key concepts/skills include
              information                                                                     the United States is a land of        how food choices relate to a healthy lifestyle;
         o    Never write someone who                                                         people who have diverse ethnic        the addictive nature of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco; the need
              has made you feel                                                               origins, customs, and traditions,     for regular health check-ups and screenings; the importance of
              uncomfortable                                                                   who make contributions to their       learning and using refusal skills;
         o    Never meet or visit with                                                        communities, and who are              the use of nonviolent strategies to resolve conflicts
              someone without your                                                            united as Americans by
              parent‟s permission                                                             common principles                     English 2.3
         o    Tell an adult if you read                                                                                             The student will use oral communication skills. Participate as a
              anything on the Internet that                                                                                         contributor and leader in a group. Summarize information
              makes you feel                                                                                                        shared orally by others.
              uncomfortable
         o    People online may not be                                                                                              English 2.2
              who they say they are                                                                                                 The student will continue to expand listening and speaking
                                                                                                                                    vocabularies. Use words that reflect a growing range of interests
                                                                                                                                    and knowledge. Clarify and explain words and ideas orally.

                                                                                                                                    Lab




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Objective IS2.4 Intellectual Property

           Internet Safety Objectives            Computer/Technology Objectives       History and Social Sciences Objectives                           Other Course Objectives



 IS2.4.1   List ways to show respect for the   C/T K-2.3 The student will practice    2.10 The student will explain the           Health 2.4
           property of other people and                  responsible use of                 responsibilities of a good citizen.   The student will recognize the influence that health resources
           the school                                    technology systems,                                                      and professionals have on personal health. Key concepts/skills
                                                         information, and software.                                               include health care professionals, resources, and services;
                                                                                                                                  emergency services; print, audiovisual, and electronic media.

                                                                                                                                  English 2.3
                                                                                                                                  The student will use oral communication skills. Participate as a
                                                                                                                                  contributor and leader in a group. Summarize information
                                                                                                                                  shared orally by others.

                                                                                                                                  English 2.1
                                                                                                                                  The student will demonstrate an understanding of oral language
                                                                                                                                  structure. Create oral stories to share with others. Create and
                                                                                                                                  participate in oral dramatic activities. Use correct verb tenses in
                                                                                                                                  oral communication. Use increasingly complex sentence
                                                                                                                                  structures in oral communication.

                                                                                                                                  English 2.2
                                                                                                                                  The student will continue to expand listening and speaking
                                                                                                                                  vocabularies. Use words that reflect a growing range of interests
                                                                                                                                  and knowledge. Clarify and explain words and ideas orally.
                                                                                                                                  Follow oral directions with three or four steps. Give three-step
                                                                                                                                  and four-step directions. Identify and use synonyms and
                                                                                                                                  antonyms in oral communication.

                                                                                                                                  English 2.3
                                                                                                                                  The student will use oral communication skills. Use oral language
                                                                                                                                  for different purposes: to inform, to persuade, and to entertain.
                                                                                                                                  Share stories or information orally with an audience. Participate
                                                                                                                                  as a contributor and leader in a group. Summarize information
                                                                                                                                  shared orally by others.

                                                                                                                                  English 2.11
                                                                                                                                  The student will write stories, letters, and simple explanations.
                                                                                                                                  Generate ideas before writing. Organize writing to include a
                                                                                                                                  beginning, middle, and end. Revise writing for clarity. Use
                                                                                                                                  available technology.

                                                                                                                                  English 2.12
                                                                                                                                  The student will edit writing for correct grammar, capitalization,
                                                                                                                                  punctuation, and spelling. Recognize and use complete
                                                                                                                                  sentences. Use and punctuate declarative, interrogative, and
                                                                                                                                  exclamatory sentences. Capitalize all proper nouns and the
                                                                                                                                  word I. Use singular and plural nouns and pronouns. Use
                                                                                                                                  apostrophes in contractions, including don’t, isn’t, and can’t.
                                                                                                                                  Use correct spelling for high-frequency sight words, including
                                                                                                                                  compound words and regular plurals.

                                                                                                                                  English 2.2
                                                                                                                                  The student will continue to expand listening and speaking
                                                                                                                                  vocabularies. Use words that reflect a growing range of interests

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                                                                                                                    and knowledge

                                                                                                                    Lab




Objective IS2.5 Cyber Bullying

         Internet Safety Objectives       Computer/Technology Objectives   History and Social Sciences Objectives                   Other Course Objectives




Objective IS2.6 Predator Identification

         Internet Safety Objectives       Computer/Technology Objectives   History and Social Sciences Objectives                   Other Course Objectives




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                                                            Internet Safety Cross-Curriculum Objectives
                                                                           3rd Grade (IS3)

Objective IS3.1 Internet Citizenship

           Internet Safety Objectives       Computer/Technology Objectives         History and Social Sciences Objectives                        Other Course Objectives
 IS3.1.1    Identify URL as an Internet   C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate                                            Health 3.1
            address                                knowledge of the nature and                                              The student will explain that health habits impact personal
                                                   operation of technology                                                  growth and development. Key concepts/skills include food
                                                   systems.                                                                 choices based on nutritional content; the benefits of physical
                                                                                                                            activity and personal fitness; safe and harmful behaviors;
                                                                                                                            positive interaction with family, peers, and other individuals.

                                                                                                                            English 3.10
                                                                                                                            The student will write stories, letters, simple explanations, and
                                                                                                                            short reports across all content areas. Use a variety of planning
                                                                                                                            strategies. Organize information according to the type of
                                                                                                                            writing. Identify the intended audience. Revise writing for
                                                                                                                            specific vocabulary and information. Use available technology.

                                                                                                                            Health 3.4
                                                                                                                            The student will demonstrate the ability to use health information
                                                                                                                            to improve personal health. Key concepts/skills include the use
                                                                                                                            of health services and agencies to gain information; the ways in
                                                                                                                            which health care has improved as a result of technology; the
                                                                                                                            use of a variety of print, audiovisual, and electronic media
                                                                                                                            resources.

                                                                                                                            Lab
 IS3.1.4    Define E-mail                 C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate
                                                     knowledge of the nature and
                                                     operation of technology
                                                     systems.                                                               Lab




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Objective IS3.2 Internet Security

           Internet Safety Objectives              Computer/Technology Objectives          History and Social Sciences Objectives                         Other Course Objectives
 IS3.1.2    Identify ways of recognizing         C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice                                                Health 3.2
             inappropriate Websites vs.                    responsible use of technology                                            The student will use decision-making skills to promote health and
             appropriate ones                              systems, information, and                                                personal well-being. Key concepts/skills include goal setting for
                                                           software                                                                 personal health; the process of resolving conflicts peacefully;
                                                                                                                                    strategies for solving problems related to health.

                                                                                                                                    Health 3.4
                                                                                                                                    The student will demonstrate the ability to use health information
                                                                                                                                    to improve personal health. Key concepts/skills include the use
                                                                                                                                    of health services and agencies to gain information; the ways in
                                                                                                                                    which health care has improved as a result of technology; the
                                                                                                                                    use of a variety of print, audiovisual, and electronic media
                                                                                                                                    resources.

                                                                                                                                    Math 3
                                                                                                                                    While learning mathematics, students will be actively engaged,
                                                                                                                                    using concrete materials and appropriate technologies such as
                                                                                                                                    calculators and computers.

 IS3.1.3   Describe what to do when an           C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice                                                Health 3.4
           inappropriate Website appears                   responsible use of                                                       The student will demonstrate the ability to use health information
           (i.e., Click the „X‟ (close box) in             technology systems,                                                      to improve personal health. Key concepts/skills include the use
           the corner                                      information, and software                                                of health services and agencies to gain information; the ways in
                                                                                                                                    which health care has improved as a result of technology; the
                                                                                                                                    use of a variety of print, audiovisual, and electronic media
                                                                                                                                    resources.

                                                                                                                                    Lab




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Objective IS3.3 Personal Safety

           Internet Safety Objectives               Computer/Technology Objectives         History and Social Sciences Objectives                         Other Course Objectives



 IS3.3.1   Discuss the importance of              C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice      3.10 The student will recognize why       Health 3.1
           following the FBI rules for Internet            responsible use of technology        government is necessary in the       The student will explain that health habits impact personal
           use                                             systems, information, and            classroom, school, and               growth and development. Key concepts/skills include food
            o    Never give out personal                   software                             community by                         choices based on nutritional content; the benefits of physical
                 information                                                                    a) explaining the purpose of         activity and personal fitness; safe and harmful behaviors;
            o    Never write someone who                                                            rules and laws;                  positive interaction with family, peers, and other individuals.
                 has made you feel                                                              b) explaining that the basic
                 uncomfortable                                                                       purposes of government are      Health 3.3
            o    Never meet or visit with                                                            to make laws, carry out laws,   The student will identify the effects of drug and inhalant
                 someone without your                                                                and decide if laws have         experimentation and alcohol and tobacco use on personal
                 parent‟s permission                                                                 been broken;                    health. Key concepts/skills include improper use of medicines;
            o    Tell an adult if you read                                                       c) explaining that government       the use of refusal skills to counter negative influences; the effects
                 anything on the Internet                                                           protects the rights and          of nicotine, alcohol, and other drugs on body systems; the use of
                 that makes you feel                                                                property of individuals.         common household items as inhalants; the effects of mind-
                 uncomfortable                                                                                                       altering drugs on behavior.
            o    People online may not be
                 who they say they are                                                                                               Lab

 IS3.3.3   Know the importance of talking         C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice                                                Health 3.1
           to a “trusted adult” about things                responsible use of                                                       The student will explain that health habits impact personal
           on the Internet or in E-mail that                technology systems,                                                      growth and development. Key concepts/skills include food
           make students uncomfortable                      information, and software                                                choices based on nutritional content; the benefits of physical
                                                                                                                                     activity and personal fitness; safe and harmful behaviors;
                                                                                                                                     positive interaction with family, peers, and other individuals.

                                                                                                                                     Lab
                                                                                                                                     Guidance




Objective IS3.4 Intellectual Property

           Internet Safety Objectives               Computer/Technology Objectives         History and Social Sciences Objectives                         Other Course Objectives




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Objective IS3.5 Cyber Bullying

           Internet Safety Objectives       Computer/Technology Objectives      History and Social Sciences Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



 IS3.1.5   Discuss the importance of      C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice                                            Health 3.1
           having parents present when              responsible use of                                                   The student will explain that health habits impact personal
           using the Internet or E-mail             technology systems,                                                  growth and development. Key concepts/skills include food
                                                    information, and software                                            choices based on nutritional content; the benefits of physical
                                                                                                                         activity and personal fitness; safe and harmful behaviors;
                                                                                                                         positive interaction with family, peers, and other individuals.

                                                                                                                         Lab

Objective IS3.6 Predator Identification

           Internet Safety Objectives       Computer/Technology Objectives      History and Social Sciences Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



 IS3.3.2   Define “trusted adult”         C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice                                            Health 3.1
                                                    responsible use of                                                   The student will explain that health habits impact personal
                                                    technology systems,                                                  growth and development. Key concepts/skills include food
                                                    information, and software                                            choices based on nutritional content; the benefits of physical
                                                                                                                         activity and personal fitness; safe and harmful behaviors;
                                                                                                                         positive interaction with family, peers, and other individuals.

                                                                                                                         Lab
                                                                                                                         Guidance




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                                                                Internet Safety Cross-Curriculum Objectives
                                                                               4th Grade (IS4)

Objective IS4.1 Internet Citizenship

           Internet Safety Objectives         Computer/Technology Objectives           History and Social Sciences Objectives                         Other Course Objectives
 IS4.5.4    Define netiquette               C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate                                              English 4.1
                                                       knowledge of the nature and                                              The student will use effective oral communication skills in a
                                                       operation of technology                                                  variety of settings. Use grammatically correct language and
                                                       systems.                                                                 specific vocabulary to communicate ideas.

                                                                                                                                Math 4
                                                                                                                                Students should enhance their ability to select an appropriate
                                                                                                                                problem-solving method from among estimation, mental math,
                                                                                                                                paper-and-pencil algorithms, and the use of calculators and
                                                                                                                                computers. With activities that challenge students to use this
                                                                                                                                knowledge and these skills to solve problems in many contexts,
                                                                                                                                students develop the foundation to ensure success and
                                                                                                                                achievement in higher mathematics.

                                                                                                                                Lab
 IS4.5.5   List rules of netiquette         C/T 3-5.3 The student will demonstrate
                                                       knowledge of ethical,
                                                       cultural, and societal issues
                                                       related to technology.                                                   Lab




Objective IS4.2 Internet Security

           Internet Safety Objectives         Computer/Technology Objectives           History and Social Sciences Objectives                       Other Course Objectives
 IS4.2.1    E-mail protocol and etiquette   C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate                                              Health 4.5
                                                      knowledge of the nature and                                               The student will access and use health resources to improve
                                                      operation of technology                                                   personal and family health. Key concepts/ skills include the use
                                                      systems.                                                                  of health care agencies, printed materials, broadcast media,
                                                                                                                                Internet, and audiovisual materials; identification of accurate
                                                                                                                                and inaccurate health information.

                                                                                                                                English 4.1The student will use effective oral communication skills
                                                                                                                                in a variety of settings.
                                                                                                                                Use grammatically correct language and specific vocabulary to
                                                                                                                                communicate ideas.

                                                                                                                                Lab




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Objective IS4.3 Personal Safety

           Internet Safety Objectives                Computer/Technology Objectives         History and Social Sciences Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



 IS4.3.1   List at least four forms of Internet   C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate                                             Health 4.7
           communication                                   knowledge of the nature and                                               The student will understand the importance of communicating
              1. Email                                     operation of technology                                                   with family about personal and community health issues. Key
              2. Blogging                                  systems.                                                                  concepts/skills include identification of obstacles and solutions
              3. Instant messaging                                                                                                   to communication; assistance from a trusted adult when in
              4. Chat Rooms                                                                                                          unsafe or uncomfortable situations.

                                                                                                                                     English 4.1
                                                                                                                                      The student will use effective oral communication skills in a
                                                                                                                                     variety of settings. Contribute to group discussions. Seek ideas
                                                                                                                                     and opinions of others.

                                                                                                                                     Lab
 IS4.3.3   Define blogging                        C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate                                             English 4.1
                                                            knowledge of the nature and                                              The student will use effective oral communication skills in a
                                                            operation of technology                                                  variety of settings. Use grammatically correct language and
                                                            systems.                                                                 specific vocabulary to communicate ideas.

                                                                                                                                     Lab
 IS4.3.4   Discuss responsible uses of Email      C/T 3-5.3 The student will demonstrate
                                                            knowledge of ethical,
                                                            cultural, and societal issues
                                                            related to technology.                                                   Lab




Objective IS4.4 Intellectual Property

           Internet Safety Objectives                Computer/Technology Objectives         History and Social Sciences Objectives                       Other Course Objectives




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Objective IS4.5 Cyber Bullying

           Internet Safety Objectives            Computer/Technology Objectives         History and Social Sciences Objectives                        Other Course Objectives



 IS4.5.1   Define Cyber Bullying               C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate                                            Health 4.2
                                                         knowledge of the nature                                                 The student will develop the skills necessary for coping with
                                                         and operation of technology                                             difficult relationships. Key concepts/skills include development of
                                                         systems.                                                                refusal skills; identification of bullying and aggressive behaviors;
                                                                                                                                 development of coping skills; recognition of harmful or abusive
                                                                                                                                 relationships; practicing self-control.

                                                                                                                                 English 4.1
                                                                                                                                 The student will use effective oral communication skills in a
                                                                                                                                 variety of settings. Use grammatically correct language and
                                                                                                                                 specific vocabulary to communicate ideas.

                                                                                                                                 Lab
                                                                                                                                 Guidance
 IS4.5.2   Compare Cyber Bullying to real      C/T 3-5.1 The student will                                                        Health 4.2
           life bullying                                demonstrate knowledge of                                                 The student will develop the skills necessary for coping with
                                                        the nature and operation of                                              difficult relationships. Key concepts/skills include development of
                                                        technology systems.                                                      refusal skills; identification of bullying and aggressive behaviors;
                                                                                                                                 development of coping skills; recognition of harmful or abusive
                                                                                                                                 relationships; practicing self-control.

                                                                                                                                 Lab
                                                                                                                                 Guidance
 IS4.5.3   List tips for prevention of Cyber   C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate                                            Health 4.2
           Bullying                                      knowledge of the nature                                                 The student will develop the skills necessary for coping with
                                                         and operation of                                                        difficult relationships. Key concepts/skills include
                                                         technology systems.                                                     development of refusal skills; identification of bullying and
                                                                                                                                 aggressive behaviors; development of coping skills; recognition
                                                                                                                                 of harmful or abusive relationships; practicing self-control.

                                                                                                                                 Lab
                                                                                                                                 Guidance




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Objective IS4.6 Predator Identification

           Internet Safety Objectives           Computer/Technology Objectives         History and Social Sciences Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



 IS4.3.2   Define Stranger as it relates to   C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate                                            English 4.1
           Internet Communication                       knowledge of the nature                                                 The student will use effective oral communication skills in a
                                                        and operation of technology                                             variety of settings. Use grammatically correct language and
                                                        systems.                                                                specific vocabulary to communicate ideas.


                                                                                                                                English 4.7
                                                                                                                                The student will write effective narratives, poems, and
                                                                                                                                explanations. Focus on one aspect of a topic. Develop a plan
                                                                                                                                for writing. Organize writing to convey a central idea. Write
                                                                                                                                several related paragraphs on the same topic. Utilize elements
                                                                                                                                of style, including word choice and sentence variation. Write
                                                                                                                                rhymed, unrhymed, and patterned poetry. Use available
                                                                                                                                technology.

                                                                                                                                English 4.6
                                                                                                                                The student will demonstrate comprehension of information
                                                                                                                                resources to research a topic.

                                                                                                                                Lab




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                                                               Internet Safety Cross-Curriculum Objectives
                                                                              5th Grade (IS5)

Objective IS5.1 Internet Citizenship

            Internet Safety Objectives         Computer/Technology Objectives       History and Social Sciences Objectives                           Other Course Objectives
 IS5.1.1     Compare Internet to physical                                           VS.2    The student will demonstrate
             community, highlighting the                                                    knowledge of the geography
             following similarities:                                                        and early inhabitants of
                                                                                            Virginia by locating and
                                                                                            Piedmont
                                                                                    VS.10 The student will demonstrate
                                                                                            knowledge of government,
                                                                                            geography, and economics
                                                                                            by explaining how advances
                                                                                            in transportation,
                                                                                            communications, and
                                                                                            technology have contributed
                                                                                            to Virginia‟s prosperity and role
                                                                                            in the global economy.

           IS5.1.1.2 Interaction between    C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice                                                 Health 5.5
                     people                           responsible use of                                                        The student will explain how peers, families, and community
                                                      technology systems,                                                       groups work together to build a healthy community. Key
                                                      information, and software.                                                concepts/skills include collaborative support for environmental
                                                                                                                                issues; the existence of customs and traditions; promotion of the
                                                                                                                                value of community health and wellness; examination of
                                                                                                                                community health issues;
                                                                                                                                development of community health projects; promotion of
                                                                                                                                volunteerism and community service.

           IS5.1.1.3 Examples of            C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice                                                 Health 5.4
                     safe/appropriate and              responsible use of                                                       The student will critically evaluate how print media, broadcast
                     unsafe/inappropriate              technology systems,                                                      media, and Internet technology influence perceptions of health
                     places                            information, and software.                                               information, products, and services. Key concepts/skills include
                                                                                                                                strategies for validating health information; tools for the critical
                                                                                                                                evaluation of advertisements and promotions.

                                                                                                                                Math 5
                                                                                                                                Students should enhance their ability to select an appropriate
                                                                                                                                problem-solving method from among estimation, mental math,
                                                                                                                                paper-and-pencil algorithms, and the use of calculators and
                                                                                                                                computers. With activities that challenge students to use this
                                                                                                                                knowledge and these skills to solve problems in many contexts,
                                                                                                                                students develop the foundation to ensure success and
                                                                                                                                achievement in higher mathematics.

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 IS5.1.2 Strategies for age-appropriate   C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice     Health 5.4
         travel                                      responsible use of           The student will critically evaluate how print media, broadcast
                                                     technology systems,          media, and Internet technology influence perceptions of health
                                                     information, and software.   information, products, and services. Key concepts/skills include
                                                                                  strategies for validating health information; tools for the critical
                                                                                  evaluation of advertisements and promotions.

                                                                                  Lab




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Objective IS5.2 Internet Security

            Internet Safety Objectives              Computer/Technology Objectives         History and Social Sciences Objectives                        Other Course Objectives
 IS5.2.1     Discuss Internet security issues,
              focusing on the following issues:
           IS5.2.1.2 Define attachment            C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice                                               Health 5.4
                                                           responsible use of technology                                            The student will critically evaluate how print media, broadcast
                                                           systems, information, and                                                media, and Internet technology influence perceptions of health
                                                           software.                                                                information, products, and services. Key concepts/skills include
                                                                                                                                    strategies for validating health information; tools for the critical
                                                                                                                                    evaluation of advertisements and promotions.

                                                                                                                                    Science 5.5
                                                                                                                                    The student will investigate and understand that organisms are
                                                                                                                                    made of cells and have distinguishing characteristics. Key
                                                                                                                                    concepts include basic cell structures and functions; kingdoms
                                                                                                                                    of living things; vascular and nonvascular plants; and
                                                                                                                                    vertebrates and invertebrates.

                                                                                                                                    Lab
           IS5.2.1.3 Attributes of viruses        C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice                                               Health 5.2
                                                            responsible use of                                                      The student will demonstrate responsibility for developing
                                                            technology systems,                                                     personal health habits and practicing the behaviors that
                                                            information, and software.                                              promote an active, healthy lifestyle. Key concepts/skills include
                                                                                                                                    the relationship between health promotion and disease
                                                                                                                                    prevention; the connection between dietary guidelines and
                                                                                                                                    weight management; strategies for managing stress; the
                                                                                                                                    importance of exercise and recreation; the effects of personal
                                                                                                                                    health habits on cardiovascular fitness; the importance of
                                                                                                                                    developing and maintaining a positive self-image.

                                                                                                                                    Lab
 IS5.2.1.4 Consequences of spam,                  C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice
           forwarding, and viruses                          responsible use of
                                                            technology systems,
                                                            information, and software.                                              Lab




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Objective IS5.3 Personal Safety

         Internet Safety Objectives           Computer/Technology Objectives        History and Social Sciences Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



 IS5.3.1 Investigate and identify key
         concepts associated with
         responsible and safe Internet
         choices and behaviors as they
         pertain to the following:
         IS5.3.1.2 Providing personal       C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice                                              Health 5.5
                   information                         responsible use of                                                    The student will explain how peers, families, and community
                                                       technology systems,                                                   groups work together to build a healthy community. Key
                                                       information, and software.                                            concepts/skills include collaborative support for environmental
                                                                                                                             issues; the existence of customs and traditions; promotion of the
                                                                                                                             value of community health and wellness; examination of
                                                                                                                             community health issues; development of community health
                                                                                                                             projects; promotion of volunteerism and community service.

                                                                                                                             Lab
         IS5.3.1.3 Selecting screen names   C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice
                   and passwords                       responsible use of
                                                       technology systems,
                                                       information, and software.                                            Lab
 IS5.3.1.4 Choosing online                  C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice                                              Math 5
           communication methods                       responsible use of                                                    Students should enhance their ability to select an appropriate
                                                       technology systems,                                                   problem-solving method from among estimation, mental math,
                                                       information, and software.                                            paper-and-pencil algorithms, and the use of calculators and
                                                                                                                             computers. With activities that challenge students to use this
                                                                                                                             knowledge and these skills to solve problems in many contexts,
                                                                                                                             students develop the foundation to ensure success and
                                                                                                                             achievement in higher mathematics.

                                                                                                                             Lab




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Objective IS5.4 Intellectual Property

           Internet Safety Objectives           Computer/Technology Objectives          History and Social Sciences Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



 IS5.4.1   Define “copyright”                 C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate                                             Library
                                                        knowledge of the nature and
                                                        operation of technology
                                                        systems.
 IS5.4.2 Define “plagiarism”                  C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate                                             Library
                                                        knowledge of the nature and
                                                        operation of technology
                                                        systems.
 IS5.4.3 List techniques to avoid             C/T 3-5.4 The student will practice                                                Library
         plagiarism                                     responsible use of technology
                                                        systems, information, and
                                                        software.

Objective IS5.5 Cyber Bullying

           Internet Safety Objectives           Computer/Technology Objectives          History and Social Sciences Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



 IS5.5.1   Identify attributes and types of                                                                                      Health 5.1
           Cyber bullying                                                                                                        The student will demonstrate the interpersonal skills necessary to
                                                                                                                                 build healthy relationships. Key concepts/skills include the
                                                                                                                                 development of positive social skills; the use of refusal and
                                                                                                                                 conflict resolution skills; effective verbal and nonverbal
                                                                                                                                 communication skills.

                                                                                                                                 Guidance
 IS5.5.2   List techniques to avoid Cyber                                                                                        Health 5.1
           bullying                                                                                                              The student will demonstrate the interpersonal skills necessary to
                                                                                                                                 build healthy relationships. Key concepts/skills include the
                                                                                                                                 development of positive social skills; the use of refusal and
                                                                                                                                 conflict resolution skills; effective verbal and nonverbal
                                                                                                                                 communication skills.

                                                                                                                                 Guidance




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Objective IS5.6 Predator Identification

           Internet Safety Objectives           Computer/Technology Objectives         History and Social Sciences Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



 IS5.6.1   Define Internet predators          C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate
                                                         knowledge of the nature
                                                         and operation of                                                       Lab
                                                         technology systems.                                                    Guidance
 IS5.6.2   Identify key characteristics of    C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate
           Internet predators                            knowledge of the nature
                                                         and operation of                                                       Lab
                                                         technology systems.                                                    Guidance
 IS5.6.3   Discuss the grooming process of    C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate                                            Health 5.5
           Internet predators                            knowledge of the nature                                                The student will explain how peers, families, and community
                                                         and operation of                                                       groups work together to build a healthy community. Key
                                                         technology systems.                                                    concepts/skills include collaborative support for environmental
                                                                                                                                issues; the existence of customs and traditions; promotion of the
                                                                                                                                value of community health and wellness; examination of
                                                                                                                                community health issues; development of community health
                                                                                                                                projects; promotion of volunteerism and community service.

                                                                                                                                Health 5.3
                                                                                                                                The student will analyze the risks of dependence and addiction
                                                                                                                                associated with the use of alcohol, tobacco, inhalants, and
                                                                                                                                other drugs on the systems of the body. Key concepts/skills
                                                                                                                                include the effects on the integrated functioning of the body
                                                                                                                                systems; the effects on academic performance; the effects on
                                                                                                                                relationships with family, peers, and other individuals.

                                                                                                                                Lab
                                                                                                                                Guidance
 IS5.6.4   Identify proactive techniques to   C/T 3-5.1 The student will demonstrate                                            Health 5.5 The student will explain how peers, families, and
            reduce risks of becoming the                 knowledge of the nature                                                community groups work together to build a healthy community.
            victim of an Internet predator               and operation of                                                       Key concepts/skills include collaborative support for
                                                         technology systems.                                                    environmental issues; the existence of customs and traditions;
                                                                                                                                promotion of the value of community health and wellness;
                                                                                                                                examination of community health issues; development of
                                                                                                                                community health projects; promotion of volunteerism and
                                                                                                                                community service.

                                                                                                                                Lab
                                                                                                                                Guidance




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                                                                  Mecklenburg County Public Schools
                                                              Internet Safety Cross-Curriculum Objectives
                                                                             6th Grade (IS6)

Objective 1 Internet Citizenship

          Internet Safety Objectives                Exploratory Objectives                 US History to 1877 Objectives                               Other Course Objectives
 IS6.1.1 Compare Internet to the physical   Make It Your Business                    USI.1 The student will develop skills for   Health
         community, with a focus on rules   6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety     Historical and geographical analysis,       6.4 The student will analyze the consequences of personal
         and responsibilities as citizens                issues and procedures for   Including the ability to:                    choices on health and well-being. Key concepts/skills include
                                                         complying with              b) make connections between the             a) the connection between self-image and personal success;
                                                         acceptable use              past and the present.                       b) the importance of accepting responsibility for personal
                                                         standards.                                                               actions;
                                            Keyboarding                              USI.2 The student will use maps,            c) the use of resistance skills to avoid violence, gangs, weapons,
                                            6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety     globes, photographs, pictures and            and drugs;
                                                         issues and procedures for   tables to                                   d) identification of risk behaviors;
                                                         complying with               c) locate the seven continents             e) strategies for preventing and responding to injuries.
                                                         acceptable use
                                                         standards.                                                              Science -Living Systems
                                            Introduction to Agri-Science                                                         6.7 The student will investigate and understand the natural
                                            8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety                                                  processes and human interactions that affect watershed
                                                         issues and procedures for                                               systems. Key concepts include
                                                         complying with                                                          a) the health of ecosystems and the abiotic factors of a
                                                         acceptable use                                                          watershed;
                                                         standards.                                                              b) the location and structure of Virginia‟s regional watershed
                                            Computer Solutions                                                                   systems;
                                            6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety                                                  c) divides, tributaries, river systems, and river and stream
                                                         issues and procedures for                                               processes;
                                                         complying with                                                          d) wetlands;
                                                         acceptable use                                                          e) estuaries;
                                                         standards.                                                              f) major conservation, health, and safety issues associated with
                                                                                                                                 watersheds; and
                                                                                                                                 g) water monitoring and analysis using field equipment including
                                                                                                                                 hand-held technology.

                                                                                                                                 Science - Resources
                                                                                                                                 6.9 The student will investigate and understand public policy
                                                                                                                                 decisions relating to the environment. Key concepts include
                                                                                                                                 a) management of renewable resources (water, air, soil, plant
                                                                                                                                 life, animal life);
                                                                                                                                 b) management of nonrenewable resources (coal, oil, natural
                                                                                                                                 gas, nuclear power, mineral resources);
                                                                                                                                 c) the mitigation of land-use and environmental hazards
                                                                                                                                 through preventive measures;
                                                                                                                                 d) and cost/benefit tradeoffs in conservation policies.

                                                                                                                                 Family Life
                                                                                                                                 6.2 The student will explain the effects of growth on
                                                                                                                                 development, attitudes and interests.



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Objective 2 Internet Security

          Internet Safety Objectives                 Exploratory Objectives                  US History to 1877 Objectives                               Other Course Objectives
 IS6.2.1 Discuss Internet security issues,   Make It Your Business                     USI.1 The student will develop skills for   Health
         focusing on the following issues:   6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety       historical and geographical analysis,      6.7The student will evaluate the benefits of becoming a positive
                                                          issues and procedures for    including the ability to:                   role model within the family and the community. Key
                                                          complying with                   b) make connections between the         concepts/skills include
                                                          acceptable use                      past and the present.                a) involvement in community and family projects;
                                                          standards.                                                               b) development of increased leadership-role participation;
                                             Keyboarding                                                                           c) development of peer mediation techniques;
                                             6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety                                                  d) demonstrate respect for the opinions and beliefs of other
                                                          issues and procedures for                                                individuals;
                                                          complying with                                                           e) respect for rules and regulations.
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                             Introduction to Agriscience
                                             8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                             Computer Solutions
                                             6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.

   IS6.2.1.1   Vocabulary associated with                                                                                          Health
               E-mail use                                                                                                          6.6The student will access and analyze information for the
   IS6.2.1.2    Attributes of computer       Computer Solutions                                                                    purpose of improving personal and family health. Key
               viruses                       6609-6.033 Identify security issues                                                   concepts/skills include
                                                          related to computer                                                      a) assessment of personal and family wellness;
                                                          hardware, software, and                                                  b) recognition of the persuasive tactics used by various types of
                                                          data.                                                                    media;
                                             6609-6.036 Identify safety precautions                                                c) interpretation of the contraindications for prescription drugs
                                                          associated with computer                                                 and over-the-counter medicines.
                                                          use.
   IS6.2.1.3   Consequences of malicious     Computer Solutions                                                                    Family Life
               behavior involved in online   6609-6.033 Identify security issues                                                   6.9 The student will become aware of community health-care
               communication                              related to computer                                                      and safe agencies and their functions.
                                                          hardware, software, and
                                                          data.                                                                    6.11 The student will apply decision-making skills in solving
                                             6609-6.034 Analyze problems involving                                                 problems and in determining the possible outcomes of his or her
                                                          integrity, courtesy, and                                                 decisions.
                                                          confidentiality related to
                                                          information and                                                          6.12 The student will apply decision-making skills in solving
                                                          communications systems.                                                  problems in determining the possible outcomes of his or her
                                                                                                                                   decisions.
 IS6.2.2 Identify inappropriate E-mails as   Make It Your Business
         threatening or mean, hoaxes,        6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
         scams, or SPAM.                                  issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                             Keyboarding
                                             6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety

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                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                             Introduction to Agriscience
                                             8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                             8002-6.019 Discuss the Importance of
                                                          effective communication.
                                             8002-6.020 Participate in a group
                                                          discussion.
                                             Computer Solutions
                                             6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.

 IS6.2.3 Identify “hoaxes,” “scams,” and     Make It Your Business
         “SPAM‟                              6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                             Keyboarding
                                             6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                             Introduction to Agriscience
                                             8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                             8002-6.019 Discuss the Importance of
                                                          effective communication.
                                             8002-6.020 Participate in a group
                                                          discussion.
                                             Computer Solutions
                                             6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.

 IS6.2.4 List at least four ways to handle   Make It Your Business
         inappropriate E-mail:               6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.



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                                               Keyboarding
                                               6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                            issues and procedures for
                                                            complying with
                                                            acceptable use
                                                            standards.
                                               Introduction to Agriscience
                                               8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                            issues and procedures for
                                                            complying with
                                                            acceptable use
                                                            standards.
                                               8002-6.019 Discuss the Importance of
                                                            effective communication.
                                               8002-6.020 Participate in a group
                                                            discussion.
                                               Computer Solutions
                                               6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                            issues and procedures for
                                                            complying with
                                                            acceptable use
                                                            standards.


    IS6.2.4.1 Don‟t open e-mail from
                people you don‟t know.
    IS6.2.4.2 It‟s a good idea to ask
                permission from an adult
                before you open any E-mail.
    IS6.2.4.3 If an E-mail contains
               inappropriate material delete
               it.
    IS6.2.4.4 Never respond to SPAM E-
                mail
 IS6.2.5 Explain that inappropriate            Make It Your Business
           Websites can be fixed so that       6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
           responsible Internet citizens                    issues and procedures for
           cannot get out of them very                      complying with
           easily.                                          acceptable use
                                                            standards.
                                               Keyboarding
                                               6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                            issues and procedures for
                                                            complying with
                                                            acceptable use
                                                            standards.
                                               Introduction to Agriscience
                                               8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                            issues and procedures for
                                                            complying with
                                                            acceptable use
                                                            standards.
                                               Media Center Research
                                               Computer Solutions
                                               6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                            issues and procedures for
                                                            complying with

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                                                           acceptable use
                                                           standards.

 IS6.2.6 List at least three ways to get out   Make It Your Business
         of an inappropriate Website:          6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                            issues and procedures for
                                                            complying with
                                                            acceptable use
                                                            standards.
                                               Keyboarding
                                               6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                            issues and procedures for
                                                            complying with
                                                            acceptable use
                                                            standards.
                                               Introduction to Agriscience
                                               8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                            issues and procedures for
                                                            complying with
                                                            acceptable use
                                                            standards.
                                               Media Center Research
                                               Computer Solutions
                                               6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                            issues and procedures for
                                                            complying with
                                                            acceptable use
                                                            standards.

   IS6.2.6.1 Click the „X‟ (close box) in
              the corner of the Web page
   IS6.2.6.2 Click the back arrow
   IS6.2.6.3 If all else fails, turn off the
              system completely




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Objective 3 Personal Safety

         Internet Safety Objectives                   Exploratory Objectives           US History to 1877 Objectives                      Other Course Objectives



 IS6.3.1 Review key concepts associated       Make It Your Business                                                    Health
         with responsible and safe Internet   6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety                                     6.7The student will evaluate the benefits of becoming a positive
         choices and behaviors as they                     issues and procedures for                                   role model within the family and the community. Key
         pertain to the following:                         complying with                                              concepts/skills include
                                                           acceptable use                                              a) involvement in community and family projects;
                                                           standards.                                                  b) development of increased leadership-role participation;
                                              Keyboarding                                                              c) development of peer mediation techniques;
                                              6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety                                     d) demonstrate respect for the opinions and beliefs of other
                                                           issues and procedures for                                   individuals;
                                                           complying with                                              e) respect for rules and regulations.
                                                           acceptable use
                                                           standards.                                                  Family Life
                                              Introduction to Agri-science                                             6.9 The student will become aware of community health-care
                                              8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety                                      and safety agencies and their functions.
                                                           issues and procedures for                                   6.11 The student will evaluate the messages from mass media
                                                           complying with                                              related to sexuality and gender stereotyping.
                                                           acceptable use
                                                           standards.
                                              Media Center Research
                                              Computer Solutions
                                              6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                           issues and procedures for
                                                           complying with
                                                           acceptable use
                                                           standards.

          IS6.3.1.1 Providing personal
                     information
          IS6.3.1.2 Selecting screen
                      names and
                      passwords
           IS6.3.1.3 Choosing online
                     Communication
                     methods




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Objective 4 Predator Identification

         Internet Safety Objectives                Exploratory Objectives         US History to 1877 Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



 IS6.4.1 Review definition of Internet     Make It Your Business                                                  Health
         predators                         6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety                                   6.6The student will access and analyze information for the
                                                         issues and procedures                                    purpose of improving personal and family health. Key
                                                         for complying with                                       concepts/skills include
                                                         acceptable use                                           a) assessment of personal and family wellness;
                                                         standards.                                               b) recognition of the persuasive tactics used by various types of
                                           Keyboarding                                                            media;
                                           6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety                                   c) interpretation of the contraindications for prescription drugs
                                                         issues and procedures                                    and over-the-counter medicines.
                                                         for complying with
                                                         acceptable use                                           6.7The student will evaluate the benefits of becoming a positive
                                                         standards.                                               role model within the family and the community. Key
                                           Introduction to Agri-science                                           concepts/skills include
                                           8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety                                    a) involvement in community and family projects;
                                                         issues and procedures                                    b) development of increased leadership-role participation;
                                                         for complying with                                       c) development of peer mediation techniques;
                                                         acceptable use                                           d) demonstrate respect for the opinions and beliefs of other
                                                         standards.                                               individuals;
                                           Computer Solutions                                                     e) respect for rules and regulations.
                                           6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                         issues and procedures                                    Family Life
                                                         for complying with                                       6.12 The student will apply decision-making skills in solving
                                                         acceptable use                                           specific problems in determining the possible outcomes of his or
                                                         standards.                                               her decisions.

 IS6.4.2 Identify key characteristics of   Make It Your Business                                                  Health
         Internet predators                6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety                                   6.6The student will access and analyze information for the
                                                         issues and procedures                                    purpose of improving personal and family health. Key
                                                         for complying with                                       concepts/skills include
                                                         acceptable use                                           a) assessment of personal and family wellness;
                                                         standards.                                               b) recognition of the persuasive tactics used by various types of
                                           Keyboarding                                                            media;
                                           6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety                                   c) interpretation of the contraindications for prescription drugs
                                                         issues and procedures                                    and over-the-counter medicines.
                                                         for complying with
                                                         acceptable use                                           6.7The student will evaluate the benefits of becoming a positive
                                                         standards.                                               role model within the family and the community. Key
                                           Introduction to Agri science                                           concepts/skills include
                                           8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety                                    a) involvement in community and family projects;
                                                         issues and procedures                                    b) development of increased leadership-role participation;
                                                         for complying with                                       c) development of peer mediation techniques;
                                                         acceptable use                                           d) demonstrate respect for the opinions and beliefs of other
                                                         standards.                                               individuals;
                                           Computer Solutions                                                     e) respect for rules and regulations.
                                           6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                         issues and procedures                                    Family Life
                                                         for complying with                                       6.12 The student will apply decision-making skills in solving
                                                         acceptable use                                           specific problems in determining the possible outcomes of his or
                                                         standards.                                               her decisions.
                                           Computer Solutions
                                           6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety


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                                                         issues and procedures
                                                         for complying with
                                                         acceptable use
                                                         standards.

 IS6.4.3 Discuss the grooming process of    Make It Your Business                  Family Life
         Internet predators                 6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety   6.12 The student will apply decision-making skills in solving
                                                          issues and procedures    specific problems in determining the possible outcomes of his or
                                                          for complying with       her decisions.
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                            Keyboarding
                                            6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures
                                                          for complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                            Introduction to Agri-science
                                            8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures
                                                          for complying with
                                                          acceptable us
                                            Computer Solutions
                                            6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures
                                                          for complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
 IS6.4.4 Identify proactive techniques to   Make It Your Business                  Family Life
         reduce risks of becoming the       6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety   6.12 The student will apply decision-making skills in solving
         victim of an Internet predator                   issues and procedures    specific problems in determining the possible outcomes of his or
                                                          for complying with       her decisions.
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                            Keyboarding
                                            6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures
                                                          for complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                            Introduction to Agriscience
                                            8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures
                                                          for complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                            Computer Solutions
                                            6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures
                                                          for complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.




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Objective 5 Intellectual Property

         Internet Safety Objectives                  Exploratory Objectives           US History to 1877 Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



 IS6.5.1 Identify material which qualifies   Make It Your Business
         as intellectual property            6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety                                     Science - Living Systems
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                                                                                      6.7 The student will investigate and understand the natural
                                                          complying with
                                                                                                                      processes and human interactions that affect watershed
                                                          acceptable use
                                                                                                                      systems. Key concepts include
                                                          standards.
                                                                                                                      a) the health of ecosystems and the abiotic factors of a
                                             Keyboarding
                                                                                                                      watershed;
                                             6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                                                                                      b) the location and structure of Virginia‟s regional watershed
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                                                                                      systems;
                                                          complying with
                                                                                                                      c) divides, tributaries, river systems, and river and stream
                                                          acceptable use
                                                                                                                      processes;
                                                          standards.
                                                                                                                      d) wetlands;
                                             Introduction to Agriscience
                                                                                                                      e) estuaries;
                                             8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                                                                                      f) major conservation, health, and safety issues associated with
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                                                                                      watersheds; and
                                                          complying with
                                                                                                                      water monitoring and analysis using field equipment including
                                                          acceptable use
                                                                                                                      hand-held technology.
                                                          standards.
                                             Media Center Research
                                             Computer Solutions
                                             6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.

 IS6.5.2 Discuss guidelines for using        Make It Your Business
         intellectual property correctly     6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                             Keyboarding
                                             6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                             Introduction to Agriscience
                                             8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.
                                             Media Center Research
                                             Computer Solutions
                                             6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                          issues and procedures for
                                                          complying with
                                                          acceptable use
                                                          standards.


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 IS6.5.3 Review definition of plagiarism   Make It Your Business
                                           6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                        issues and procedures for
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use
                                                        standards.
                                           Keyboarding
                                           6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                        issues and procedures for
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use
                                                        standards.
                                           Introduction to Agriscience
                                           8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                        issues and procedures for
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use
                                                        standards.
                                           Media Center Research
                                           Computer Solutions
                                           6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                        issues and procedures for
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use
                                                        standards.

 IS6.5.4 List techniques to avoid          Make It Your Business
         plagiarism                        6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                        issues and procedures for
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use
                                                        standards.
                                           Keyboarding
                                           6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                        issues and procedures for
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use
                                                        standards.
                                           Introduction to Agriscience
                                           8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                        issues and procedures for
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use
                                                        standards.




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Objective 6 Cyber Bullying

        Internet Safety Objectives                Exploratory Objectives            US History to 1877 Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



 IS6.6.1 Review attributes and types of   Make It Your Business                                                     Family Life
         Cyber bullying                   6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety                                      6.7 The student will describe personal characteristics that can
                                                       issues and procedures for                                    contribute to happiness of self and others.
                                                       complying with
                                                       acceptable use                                               6.12 The student will apply decision-making skills in solving
                                                       standards.                                                   specific problems in determining the possible outcomes of his or
                                          Keyboarding                                                               her decisions.
                                          6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                       issues and procedures for
                                                       complying with
                                                       acceptable use
                                                       standards.
                                          Introduction to Agriscience
                                          8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                       issues and procedures for
                                                       complying with
                                                       acceptable use
                                                       standards.
                                          Computer Solutions
                                          6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                       issues and procedures for
                                                       complying with
                                                       acceptable use
                                                       standards.

 IS6.6.2 Discuss motivation for Cyber     Make It Your Business                                                     Family Life
         bullying                         6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety                                      6.7 The student will describe personal characteristics that can
                                                        issues and procedures for                                   contribute to happiness of self and others
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use                                              6.12 The student will apply decision-making skills in solving
                                                        standards.                                                  specific problems in determining the possible outcomes of his or
                                          Keyboarding                                                               her decisions.
                                          6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                        issues and procedures for
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use
                                                        standards.
                                          Introduction to Agriscience
                                          8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                        issues and procedures for
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use
                                                        standards.
                                          Computer Solutions
                                          6609-6.02            Identify Internet
                                                    Safety issues and procedures
                                                    for complying with
                                                    acceptable use standards.




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 IS6.6.3 Review techniques to avoidCyber   Make It Your Business                    Family Life
         bullying                          6111-18.002 Identify Internet Safety     6.7 The student will describe personal characteristics that can
                                                        issues and procedures for   contribute to happiness of self and others
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use              6.12 The student will apply decision-making skills in solving
                                                        standards.                  specific problems in determining the possible outcomes of his or
                                           Keyboarding                              her decisions.
                                           6150-18.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                        issues and procedures for
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use
                                                        standards.
                                           Introduction to Agriscience
                                           8002-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                        issues and procedures for
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use
                                                        standards.
                                           Computer Solutions
                                           6609-6.002 Identify Internet Safety
                                                        issues and procedures for
                                                        complying with
                                                        acceptable use
                                                        standards.




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                                                                  Mecklenburg County Public Schools
                                                              Internet Safety Cross-Curriculum Objectives
                                                                             7th Grade (IS7)

Objective 1 Internet Citizenship

         Internet Safety Objectives              US History: 1877 to the Present                 English Objectives                                    Other Course Objectives
                                                              Objectives
 IS7.1.1 Compare Internet to the physical   USII.1 The student will demonstrate       7.1 The student will give and seek          Math
         community, with a focus on the            skills for historical and           information in conversations, in group     7.17 The student, given a problem situation, will collect, analyze,
         following:                                geographical analysis, including    discussions, and in oral presentations.     display, and interpret data, using a variety of graphical
         IS7.1.1.1 Who participates                the ability to                      a) Use oral vocabulary and style            methods, including
         IS7.1.1.2 How people interact             b) make connections between         appropriate for listeners.                 a) frequency distributions;
         IS7.1.1.3 The roles of community          past and present                    b) Communicate ideas and                   b) line plots;
                   leaders                         c) sequence events in United        information orally in an organized and     c) histograms;
                                                   States history from 1877 to the     succinct manner.                           d) stem-and-leaf plots;
                                                   present                            c) Ask probing questions to seek            e) box-and-whisker plots; and
                                                   d) interpret ideas and events      elaboration and clarification of ideas.     f) scattergrams
                                                   from different historical          d) Make supportive statements to            7.18 The student will make inferences, conjectures, and
                                                   perspectives                       communicate agreement with or               predictions based on analysis of a set of data.
                                                   USII.8 The student will            acceptance of others‟ ideas.
                                                   demonstrate knowledge of the       e) Use grammatically correct                Family Life
                                                   key domestic issues during the     language and vocabulary appropriate         7.1 The student will identify this or her role and relationships
                                                   second half of the twentieth       to audience, topic, and purpose.             within the family.
                                                   century by
                                                       b) describing the              7.8 The student will develop
                                                   development of new                 narrative, expository, and persuasive
                                                           technologies and their     writing.
                                                   impact on                          a) Apply knowledge of prewriting
                                                          American life.              strategies.
                                                                                      b) Elaborate the central idea in an
                                                                                      organized manner.
                                                                                      c) Choose vocabulary and information
                                                                                      that will create voice and tone.
                                                                                      d) Use clauses and phrases to vary
                                                                                      sentences.
                                                                                      e) Revise writing for clarity and effect.
                                                                                      f) Use a word processor to plan, draft,
                                                                                      revise, edit, and publish selected
                                                                                      writings.

                                                                                      7.9 The student will edit writing for
                                                                                      correct grammar, capitalization,
                                                                                      punctuation, spelling, sentence
                                                                                      structure, and paragraphing.
                                                                                      a) Use a variety of graphic organizers,
                                                                                      including sentence diagrams, to
                                                                                      analyze and improve sentence


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                                                                 formation and paragraph structure.
                                                                 b) Demonstrate understanding of
                                                                 sentence formation by identifying the
                                                                 eight parts of speech and their
                                                                 functions in sentences.
                                                                 c) Choose pronouns to agree with
                                                                 antecedents.
                                                                 d) Use subject-verb agreement with
                                                                 intervening phrases and clauses.
                                                                 e) Edit for verb tense consistency.




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Objective 2 Internet Security

         Internet Safety Objectives        US History: 1877 to the Present                 English Objectives                                     Other Course Objectives
                                                        Objectives
 IS7.2.1 Review definition of Cyber   USII.1 The student will demonstrate       7.1 The student will give and seek          Family Life
         bullying                            skills for historical and           information in conversations, in group     7.12 The student will identify the issues associated with
                                             geographical analysis, including    discussions, and in oral presentations.    friendships.
                                             the ability to                      a) Use oral vocabulary and style
                                            d) interpret ideas and events        appropriate for listeners.                 7.13 The student will realize the role of peers and the peer group
                                             from different historical           b) Communicate ideas and                   during adolescence, and the nature and purpose of dating.
                                             perspectives                        information orally in an organized and
                                                                                 succinct manner.                           7.15 The student will increase his or her ability to listen to different
                                                                                c) Ask probing questions to seek            points of view and to accept the rights of others to a differing
                                                                                elaboration and clarification of ideas.     point of view.
                                                                                d) Make supportive statements to
                                                                                communicate agreement with or               Health
                                                                                acceptance of others‟ ideas.                7.1 The student will use knowledge of health concepts to make
                                                                                e) Use grammatically correct                decisions related to personal safety and wellness. Key
                                                                                language and vocabulary                     concepts/skills include
                                                                                appropriate to audience, topic, and         a) alternatives to gang-related behaviors and acts of violence
                                                                                purpose.                                    b) recognition of harmful and risky behaviors
                                                                                                                            c) the benefits of stress management
                                                                                7.4 The student will read to determine      d) strategies for coping with disappointment
                                                                                the meanings and pronunciations of          e) factors that affect school success;
                                                                                unfamiliar words and phrases.               f) the impact of difficult family situations;
                                                                                a) Use roots and affixes to expand          g) development of interpersonal relationships.
                                                                                vocabulary.
                                                                                b) Recognize analogies and figurative       7.2 The student will describe and exhibit the behaviors
                                                                                language.                                   associated with a physically active and healthy lifestyle. Key
                                                                                c) Identify connotations.                   concepts/skills include
                                                                                7.7 The student will apply knowledge        a) the effects of dietary habits on daily performance;
                                                                                of appropriate reference materials.         b) the importance of participating in recreational and leisure
                                                                                a) Use print and electronic sources to      activities;
                                                                                locate information in books and             c) strategies for avoiding drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and
                                                                                articles.                                   inhalants;
                                                                                b) Use graphic organizers to organize       d) the health benefits of regular physical activity and fitness;
                                                                                information.                                e) the impact of sleep and rest on physical and mental
                                                                                c) Synthesize information from multiple     performance.
                                                                                sources.
                                                                                d) Credit primary and secondary
                                                                                sources

                                                                                7.8 The student will develop narrative,
                                                                                expository, and persuasive writing.
                                                                                a) Apply knowledge of prewriting
                                                                                strategies.
                                                                                b) Elaborate the central idea in an
                                                                                organized manner.
                                                                                c) Choose vocabulary and
                                                                                information that will create voice and
                                                                                tone.
                                                                                d) Use clauses and phrases to vary
                                                                                sentences.
                                                                                e) Revise writing for clarity and effect.
                                                                                f) Use a word processor to plan, draft,
                                                                                revise, edit, and publish selected
                                                                                writings.


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 IS7.2.2 Recognize the signs of Cyber     d) interpret ideas and events   7.1 The student will give and seek          Health: Knowledge and Skills
         bullying                         from different historical        information in conversations, in group     7.1 The student will use knowledge of health concepts to make
                                          perspectives                     discussions, and in oral presentations.     decisions related to personal safety and wellness. Key
                                                                           a) Use oral vocabulary and style            concepts/skills include
                                                                           appropriate for listeners.                 a) alternatives to gang-related behaviors and acts of violence;
                                                                           b) Communicate ideas and                   b) recognition of harmful and risky behaviors;
                                                                           information orally in an organized and     c) the benefits of stress management;
                                                                           succinct manner.                           d) strategies for coping with disappointment;
                                                                          c) Ask probing questions to seek            e) factors that affect school success;
                                                                          elaboration and clarification of ideas.     f) the impact of difficult family situations;
                                                                          d) Make supportive statements to            g) development of interpersonal relationships.
                                                                          communicate agreement with or
                                                                          acceptance of others‟ ideas.
                                                                          e) Use grammatically correct
                                                                          language and vocabulary
                                                                          appropriate to audience, topic, and
                                                                          purpose.

                                                                          7.6 The student will read and
                                                                          demonstrate comprehension of a
                                                                          variety of informational texts.
                                                                          c) Distinguish fact from opinion in
                                                                          newspapers, magazines, and other
                                                                          print media.

                                                                          7.8 The student will develop narrative,
                                                                          expository, and persuasive writing.
                                                                          a) Apply knowledge of prewriting
                                                                          strategies.
                                                                          b) Elaborate the central idea in an
                                                                          organized manner.
                                                                          c) Choose vocabulary and
                                                                          information that will create voice and
                                                                          tone.
                                                                          d) Use clauses and phrases to vary
                                                                          sentences.
                                                                          e) Revise writing for clarity and effect.
                                                                          f) Use a word processor to plan, draft,
                                                                          revise, edit, and publish selected
                                                                          writings.

 IS7.2.3 List the consequences of Cyber   d) interpret ideas and events   7.1 The student will give and seek
         bullying                         from different historical        information in conversations, in group
                                          perspectives                     discussions, and in oral presentations.
                                                                           a) Use oral vocabulary and style
                                                                           appropriate for listeners.
                                                                           b) Communicate ideas and
                                                                           information orally in an organized and
                                                                           succinct manner.
                                                                          c) Ask probing questions to seek
                                                                          elaboration and clarification of ideas.
                                                                          d) Make supportive statements to
                                                                          communicate agreement with or
                                                                          acceptance of others‟ ideas.
                                                                          e) Use grammatically correct
                                                                          language and vocabulary


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                                                                             appropriate to audience, topic, and
                                                                             purpose.

                                                                             7.8 The student will develop narrative,
                                                                             expository, and persuasive writing.
                                                                             a) Apply knowledge of prewriting
                                                                             strategies.
                                                                             b) Elaborate the central idea in an
                                                                             organized manner.
                                                                             c) Choose vocabulary and
                                                                             information that will create voice and
                                                                             tone.
                                                                             d) Use clauses and phrases to vary
                                                                             sentences.
                                                                             e) Revise writing for clarity and effect.
                                                                             f) Use a word processor to plan, draft,
                                                                             revise, edit, and publish selected
                                                                             writings.

                                                                             7.9 The student will edit writing for
                                                                             correct grammar, capitalization,
                                                                             punctuation, spelling, sentence
                                                                             structure, and paragraphing.
                                                                              a) Use a variety of graphic organizers,
                                                                              including sentence diagrams, to
                                                                              analyze and improve sentence
                                                                              formation and paragraph structure.
                                                                              b) Demonstrate understanding of
                                                                              sentence formation by identifying the
                                                                              eight parts of speech and their
                                                                              functions in sentences.
                                                                              c) Choose pronouns to agree with
                                                                              antecedents.
                                                                              d) Use subject-verb agreement with
                                                                              intervening phrases and clauses.
                                                                              e) Edit for verb tense consistency.

 IS7.2.4 Discuss techniques for preventing   d) interpret ideas and events   7.1 The student will give and seek
         or discouraging Cyber bullying      from different historical       information in conversations, in group
                                             perspectives                    discussions, and in oral presentations.
                                                                              a) Use oral vocabulary and style
                                                                              appropriate for listeners.
                                                                              b) Communicate ideas and
                                                                              information orally in an organized and
                                                                              succinct manner.
                                                                              c) Ask probing questions to seek
                                                                              elaboration and clarification of ideas.
                                                                              d) Make supportive statements to
                                                                              communicate agreement with or
                                                                              acceptance of others‟ ideas.
                                                                              e) Use grammatically correct
                                                                              language and vocabulary
                                                                              appropriate to audience, topic, and
                                                                              purpose.

                                                                             7.3 The student will describe persuasive
                                                                             messages in nonprint media, including


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                                                                 television, radio, and video.
                                                                 a) Identify persuasive technique used.

                                                                 7.8 The student will develop narrative,
                                                                 expository, and persuasive writing.
                                                                 a) Apply knowledge of prewriting
                                                                 strategies.
                                                                 b) Elaborate the central idea in an
                                                                 organized manner.
                                                                 c) Choose vocabulary and
                                                                 information that will create voice and
                                                                 tone.
                                                                 d) Use clauses and phrases to vary
                                                                 sentences.
                                                                 e) Revise writing for clarity and effect.
                                                                 f) Use a word processor to plan, draft,
                                                                 revise, edit, and publish selected
                                                                 writings.




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Objective 3 Personal Safety

         Internet Safety Objectives               US History: 1877 to the Present                  English Objectives                                     Other Course Objectives
                                                            Objectives

 IS7.3.1 Review key concepts associated       USII.1 The student will demonstrate       7.1 The student will give and seek          Health: Knowledge and Skills
         with responsible and safe Internet          skills for historical and           information in conversations, in group     7.1 The student will use knowledge of health concepts to make
         choices and behaviors as they               geographical analysis, including    discussions, and in oral presentations.     decisions related to personal safety and wellness. Key
         pertain to the following:                   the ability to                      a) Use oral vocabulary and style            concepts/skills include
                                                     b) make connections between         appropriate for listeners.                 b) recognition of harmful and risky behaviors
                                                     past                                b) Communicate ideas and
                                                     and present                         information orally in an organized and     Family Life
                                                    c) sequence events in United         succinct manner.                           7.12 The student will identify the issues associated with
                                                     States                             c) Ask probing questions to seek            friendships.
                                                     history from 1877 to the present   elaboration and clarification of ideas.
                                              USII.8 The student will demonstrate       d) Make supportive statements to            7.13 The student will realize the role of peers and the peer group
                                                     knowledge of the key domestic      communicate agreement with or               during adolescence, and the nature and purpose of dating.
                                                     issues during the second half of   acceptance of others‟ ideas.
                                                     the twentieth century by           e) Use grammatically correct                Math
                                                     b) describing the development      language and vocabulary                     The focus of statistics instruction is to assist students with further
                                                     of new                             appropriate to audience, topic, and         development and investigation of data-collection strategies.
                                                     technologies and their impact      purpose.                                    Students should continue to focus on
                                                     on American life.                                                               posing questions;
                                                                                        7.8 The student will develop narrative,      collecting data and organizing this data into meaningful
           IS7.3.1.1 Providing personal                                                 expository, and persuasive writing.              graphs, charts, and diagrams based on issues relating to
                     information                                                        a) Apply knowledge of prewriting
                                                                                                                                         real-world experiences;
           IS7.3.1.2 Selecting screen                                                   strategies.
                     names and                                                          b) Elaborate the central idea in an          interpreting the data presented by these graphs;
                     passwords                                                          organized manner.                            answering descriptive questions (“How many?” “How
                                                                                        c) Choose vocabulary and                         much?”) from the data displays;
                                                                                        information that will create voice and       identifying and justifying comparisons (“Which is the most?
                                                                                        tone.                                            Which is the least?” “Which is the same? Which is
                                                                                        d) Use clauses and phrases to vary               different?”) about the information;
                                                                                        sentences.                                   comparing their initial predictions to the actual results; and
                                                                                        e) Revise writing for clarity and effect.
                                                                                                                                     writing a few sentences to communicate to others their
                                                                                        f) Use a word processor to plan, draft,
                                                                                                                                         analysis and interpretation of the data.
                                                                                        revise, edit, and publish selected
                                                                                        writings.
                                                                                                                                    Math
                                                                                                                                    In the middle grades, the focus of mathematics learning is to
           IS7.3.1.3 Choosing online                                                    7.7 The student will apply knowledge
                     Communication                                                      of appropriate reference materials.          build on students‟ concrete reasoning experiences
                                                                                                                                         developed in the elementary grades;
                     methods                                                            a) Use print and electronic sources to
                                                                                        locate information in books and              construct through active learning experiences a more
                                                                                        articles.                                        advanced understanding of mathematics;
                                                                                        b) Use graphic organizers to organize        develop deep mathematical understandings required for
                                                                                        information.                                     success in abstract learning experiences; and
                                                                                        c) Synthesize information from multiple      apply mathematics as a tool in solving real-life problems.
                                                                                        sources.
                                                                                        d) Credit primary and secondary
                                                                                        sources




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Objective 4 Predator Identification

         Internet Safety Objectives             US History: 1877 to the Present                English Objectives                                   Other Course Objectives
                                                          Objectives

 IS7.4.1 Review definition of Internet      USII.8 The student will demonstrate      7.4 The student will read to determine   Family Life
         predators                                knowledge of the key domestic       the meanings and pronunciations of      7.12 The student will identify the issues associated with
                                                  issues during the second half of    unfamiliar words and phrases.           friendships.
                                                  the twentieth century by           a) Use roots and affixes to expand
                                                   b) describing the development     vocabulary.                              7.13 The student will realize the role of peers and the peer group
                                                  of new technologies and their      b) Recognize analogies and figurative    during adolescence, and the nature and purpose of dating.
                                                  impact on American life.           language.
                                                                                     c) Identify connotations.                7.15 The student will increase his or her ability to listen to different
                                                                                                                              points of view and to accept the rights of others to a differing
                                                                                                                              point of view
 IS7.4.2 Identify key characteristics of         b) describing the development                                                Health: Knowledge and Skills
         Internet predators                      of new technologies and their
                                                 impact on American life.                                                     7.1 The student will use knowledge of health concepts to make
                                                                                                                              decisions related to personal safety and wellness. Key
 IS7.4.3 Discuss the grooming process of         b) describing the development                                                concepts/skills include
         Internet predators                      of new technologies and their                                                a) alternatives to gang-related behaviors and acts of violence
                                                 impact on American life.                                                     b) recognition of harmful and risky behaviors
                                                                                                                              c) the benefits of stress management
 IS7.4.4 Identify proactive techniques to        b) describing the development                                                d) strategies for coping with disappointment
         reduce risks of becoming the            of new technologies and their                                                e) factors that affect school success;
         victim of an Internet predator          impact on American life.                                                     f) the impact of difficult family situations;
                                                                                                                              g) development of interpersonal relationships.

                                                                                                                              7.2 The student will describe and exhibit the behaviors
                                                                                                                              associated with a physically active and healthy lifestyle. Key
                                                                                                                              concepts/skills include
                                                                                                                              a) the effects of dietary habits on daily performance;
                                                                                                                              b) the importance of participating in recreational and leisure
                                                                                                                              activities;
                                                                                                                              c) strategies for avoiding drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and
                                                                                                                              inhalants;
                                                                                                                              d) the health benefits of regular physical activity and fitness;
                                                                                                                              e) the impact of sleep and rest on physical and mental
                                                                                                                              performance.




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Objective 5 Intellectual Property

         Internet Safety Objectives              US History: 1877 to the Present                 English Objectives                                   Other Course Objectives
                                                           Objectives

 IS7.5.1 Define “piracy” in regards to
         music, videos, or arts
 IS7.5.2 Identify material which qualifies
         as intellectual property
 IS7.5.3 Review the attributes and types
         of intellectual properties
 IS7.5.4 Discuss copyright rules as they                                              7.7 The student will apply knowledge
         apply to student work                                                        of appropriate reference materials.
                                                                                      d) Credit primary and secondary
                                                                                      sources

Objective 6 Cyber Bullying

         Internet Safety Objectives              US History: 1877 to the Present                 English Objectives                                   Other Course Objectives
                                                           Objectives

 IS7.6.1 Review attributes and types of      USII.8 The student will demonstrate      7.8 The student will develop narrative,     Health: Knowledge and Skills
         Cyber bullying                            knowledge of the key domestic      expository, and persuasive writing.         7.1 The student will use knowledge of health concepts to make
                                                   issues during the second half of   a) Apply knowledge of prewriting             decisions related to personal safety and wellness. Key
                                                   the twentieth century by           strategies.                                  concepts/skills include
                                                   b) describing the development      b) Elaborate the central idea in an         a) alternatives to gang-related behaviors and acts of violence;
                                                   of new technologies and their      organized manner.                           b) recognition of harmful and risky behaviors;
                                                   impact on American life.           c) Choose vocabulary and                    c) the benefits of stress management;
                                                                                      information that will create voice and      d) strategies for coping with disappointment;
                                                                                      tone.                                       e) factors that affect school success;
                                                                                      d) Use clauses and phrases to vary          f) the impact of difficult family situations;
                                                                                      sentences.                                  g) development of interpersonal relationships.
                                                                                      e) Revise writing for clarity and effect.
                                                                                      f) Use a word processor to plan, draft,     Family Life
                                                                                      revise, edit, and publish selected          7.13 The student will realize the role of peers and the peer group
                                                                                      writings.                                   during adolescence, and the nature and purpose of dating.

 IS7.6.2 Review techniques to avoid and           b) describing the development                                                   Health
         report Cyber bullying                    of new technologies and their                                                   7.1 The student will use knowledge of health concepts to make
                                                  impact on American life.                                                        decisions related to personal safety and wellness. Key
                                                                                                                                  concepts/skills include
 IS7.6.3 Discuss consequences of Cyber            b) describing the development                                                   a) alternatives to gang-related behaviors and acts of violence
         bullying                                 of new technologies and their                                                   b) recognition of harmful and risky behaviors
                                                  impact on American life.                                                        c) the benefits of stress management
                                                                                                                                  d) strategies for coping with disappointment
                                                                                                                                  e) factors that affect school success;
                                                                                                                                  f) the impact of difficult family situations;
                                                                                                                                  g) development of interpersonal relationships.

                                                                                                                                  7.2 The student will describe and exhibit the behaviors
                                                                                                                                  associated with a physically active and healthy lifestyle. Key
                                                                                                                                  concepts/skills include
                                                                                                                                  a) the effects of dietary habits on daily performance;
                                                                                                                                  b) the importance of participating in recreational and leisure
                                                                                                                                  activities;
                                                                                                                                  c) strategies for avoiding drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and


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                                                                                                                                      inhalants;
                                                                                                                                      d) the health benefits of regular physical activity and fitness;
                                                                                                                                      e) the impact of sleep and rest on physical and mental
                                                                                                                                      performance.



Objective 7 Homeland Security

         Internet Safety Objectives                  US History: 1877 to the Present                 English Objectives                                    Other Course Objectives
                                                               Objectives

 IS7.6.1 Define Internet terrorism               USII.8 The student will demonstrate      7.7 The student will apply knowledge
                                                       knowledge of the key domestic      of appropriate reference materials.
                                                       issues during the second half of   a) Use print and electronic sources to
                                                       the twentieth century by           locate information in books and
                                                       b) describing the development      articles.
                                                       of new technologies and their      b) Use graphic organizers to organize
                                                       impact on American life.           information.
                                                                                          c) Synthesize information from multiple
 IS7.6.2 Review definitions of hacking and            b) describing the development       sources.
         malicious code (i.e. viruses and             of new technologies and their       d) Credit primary and secondary
         worms)                                       impact on American life.            sources

 IS7.6.3 Integrate knowledge of terms to              b) describing the development       7.8 The student will develop narrative,
          identify and comprehend the                 of new technologies and their       expository, and persuasive writing.
          utilization of the Internet in Cyber        impact on American life.            a) Apply knowledge of prewriting
          terrorism and internet warfare                                                  strategies.
                                                                                          b) Elaborate the central idea in an
                                                                                          organized manner.
                                                                                          c) Choose vocabulary and
                                                                                          information that will create voice and
                                                                                          tone.
                                                                                          d) Use clauses and phrases to vary
                                                                                          sentences.
                                                                                          e) Revise writing for clarity and effect.
                                                                                          f) Use a word processor to plan, draft,
                                                                                          revise, edit, and publish selected
                                                                                          writings.

                                                                                          7.4 The student will read to determine
                                                                                           the meanings and pronunciations of
                                                                                           unfamiliar words and phrases.
                                                                                          a) Use roots and affixes to expand
                                                                                          vocabulary.
                                                                                          b) Recognize analogies and figurative
                                                                                          language.
                                                                                          c) Identify connotations.




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                                                                   Mecklenburg County Public Schools
                                                               Internet Safety Cross-Curriculum Objectives
                                                                              8th Grade (IS8)

Objective 1 Internet Citizenship

         Internet Safety Objectives                   Civics and Economics                        English Objectives                         Other Course Objectives
 IS8.1.1 Compare Internet to the physical   CE.4 The student will demonstrate                                          Health
         community, with a focus on               knowledge of personal                                                Information Access and Use
         evaluating the appropriateness           character traits that facilitate                                     8.4 The student will interpret and evaluate how health
         of Websites considering the              thoughtful and effective                                             information, products, services, and agencies are targeted to
         following:                               participation in civic life by                                       impact adolescents. Key concepts/skills include
                                                  a) practicing trustworthiness and                                    a) a personal system for reviewing appropriateness of print,
                                                       honesty;                                                        audiovisual, and electronic media images;
                                                  b) practicing courtesy and                                           b) the influence of multiple media resources on personal
                                                  respect for                                                          choices;
                                                       the rights of others;                                           c) consumer rights related to health products and services.
                                                  c) practicing responsibility,
                                                       accountability, and self-
                                                  reliance;
                                                  d) practicing respect for the law;
                                                  e) practicing patriotism.

                                            CE.3 The student will demonstrate
                                                 knowledge of citizenship and the
                                                 rights, duties, and responsibilities
                                                 of citizens by
                                                 c) describing the duties of
                                                 citizenship, including obeying the
                                                 laws, paying taxes, defending
                                                 the nation, and serving in court;
                                                 d) examining the responsibilities
                                                 of citizenship, including
                                                 registering and voting,
                                                 communicating with
                                                 government officials,
                                                 participating in political
                                                 campaigns, keeping informed
                                                 about current issues, and
                                                 respecting differing opinions in a
                                                 diverse society;

          IS8.1.1.1 Age-group



          IS8.1.1.2 Intended use                                                        Reading                        Math


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                                                                 8.6 The student will read, comprehend,   In the middle grades, the focus of mathematics learning is to
                                                                 and analyze a variety of informational    build on students‟ concrete reasoning experiences
                                                                 sources.                                      developed in the elementary grades;
                                                                 b) Analyze the author‟s credentials,
                                                                                                           construct through active learning experiences a more
                                                                 viewpoint, and impact.
                                                                                                               advanced understanding of mathematics;
                                                                 c) Analyze the author‟s use of text
                                                                 structure and word choice.                develop deep mathematical understandings required for
                                                                 Analyze details for relevance and             success in abstract learning experiences; and
                                                                 accuracy.                                 apply mathematics as a tool in solving real-life problems.

        IS8.1.1.3 Reliability of                                 Reading (8.6)
                  information                                    d) Analyze details for relevance and
                                                                 accuracy.




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Objective 2 Internet Security

          Internet Safety Objectives                    Civics and Economics                                                                             Other Course Objectives
 IS8.2.1 Discuss Internet security issues,   CE.1 The student will develop the           Reading (8.6)
         with details on specific threats          social skills citizenship requires,   d) Analyze details for relevance and
         and consequences of the                   including the ability to              accuracy.
         following:                                d) distinguish between relevant
                                                   and irrelevant information
                                                   e) review information for
                                                   accuracy, separating fact form
                                                   opinion
                                                    f) identify a problem and
                                                   recommend a solution
           IS8.2.1.1 Computer viruses                                                    Reading                                      Health
                                                                                         8.4 The student will apply knowledge         8.1 The student will analyze and evaluate the relationship
                                                                                         of word origins, derivations, inflections,   between health-risk behaviors and the onset of health problems
                                                                                         analogies, and figurative language to        that can impact health and well-being during the adolescent
                                                                                         extend vocabulary development.               years. Key concepts/skills include
                                                                                         b) Use context, structure, and               b) the roles of preventative health measures, immunization, and
                                                                                         connotations to determine meaning of         treatment in disease prevention;
                                                                                         words and phrases.                           h) the risk factors associated with communicable and non-
                                                                                                                                      communicable diseases.

          IS8.2.1.2 Trojan horses


           IS8.2.1.3 Worms


           IS8.2.1.4 Hacking




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Objective 3 Personal Safety

        Internet Safety Objectives                    Civics and Economics                                  Other Course Objectives



 IS8.3.1 Review key concepts associated       CE.4 The student will demonstrate          Health
         with responsible and safe Internet         knowledge of personal                8.4 The student will interpret and evaluate how health
         choices and behaviors as they              character traits that facilitate     information, products, services, and agencies are targeted to
         pertain to the following:                  thoughtful and effective             impact adolescents. Key concepts/skills include
                                                    participation in civic life by        a) personal system for reviewing appropriateness of print,
                                                    c) practicing responsibility,         audiovisual, and electronic media images;
                                                     accountability, and self-reliance    b) the influence of multiple media resources on personal
                                                                                         choices;
                                                                                         c) consumer rights related to health products and services.

           IS8.3.1.1 Providing personal
                     information
          IS8.3.1.2 Selecting screen
                     names and passwords
          IS8.3.1.3 Choosing online
                     Communication
                     methods




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Objective 4 Predator Identification

         Internet Safety Objectives                 Civics and Economics                                                                             Other Course Objectives



 IS8.4.1 Review definition of Internet      CE.4 The student will demonstrate                                                     Family
         predators                               knowledge of personal character                                                  8.1 The student will relate stages of human development to his
                                                 traits that facilitate thoughtful                                                or her own developmental level.
                                                 and effective participation in                                                   8.3 The student will become aware of the need to think through
                                                 civic life by                                                                    decisions and to take responsibility for them.
                                                 c) practicing responsibility,
                                                 accountability, and self-reliance
                                                 d) practicing respect for the law

 IS8.4.2 Identify key characteristics of    CE.4 The student will demonstrate                                                     Health
         Internet predators                      knowledge of personal character                                                  8.2 The student will apply health concepts and skills to the
                                                 traits that facilitate thoughtful                                                management of personal and family health. Key concepts/skills
                                                 and effective participation in                                                   include
                                                 civic life by                                                                    a) the risks associated with gang-related activities;
                                                 c) practicing responsibility,                                                    b) the benefits of using resistance, problem-solving, and
                                                 accountability, and self-reliance                                                decision-making skills for resolving health issues;
                                                 d) practicing respect for the law                                                c) the importance of developing relationships that are positive
                                                                                                                                  and promote wellness;
                                                                                                                                  d) the benefits of developing and implementing short- and long-
                                                                                                                                  term health and fitness goals that are achievable and
                                                                                                                                  purposeful.

                                                                                                                                  8.5 The student will investigate and evaluate ways in which
                                                                                                                                  peers, families, and other community groups can work together
                                                                                                                                  to build a safe and healthy community. Key concepts/skills
                                                                                                                                  include
                                                                                                                                  c) the similarities among practices associated with healthy
                                                                                                                                  environments;

 IS8.4.3 Discuss the grooming process of    CE.4 The student will demonstrate        Writing (persuasive writing)
         Internet predators                      knowledge of personal character     8.7 The student will write in a variety of
                                                 traits that facilitate thoughtful   forms, including narrative, expository,
                                                 and effective participation in      persuasive, and informational.
                                                 civic life by                       a) Use prewriting strategies to
                                                 c) practicing responsibility,       generate and organize ideas.
                                                 accountability, and self-reliance   b) Organize details to elaborate the
                                                 d) practicing respect for the law   central idea.
                                                                                     c) Select specific vocabulary and
                                                                                     information.
                                                                                     d) Revise writing for word choice,
                                                                                     sentence variety, and transitions
                                                                                     among paragraphs.
                                                                                     e) Use available technology.
 IS8.4.4 Identify proactive techniques to   CE.4 The student will demonstrate        Writing (expository writing)
         reduce risks of becoming the            knowledge of personal character     8.7 The student will write in a variety of
         victim of an Internet predator          traits that facilitate thoughtful   forms, including narrative, expository,
                                                 and effective participation in      persuasive, and informational.
                                                 civic life by                       a) Use prewriting strategies to
                                                 c) practicing responsibility,       generate and organize ideas.
                                                 accountability, and self-reliance   b) Organize details to elaborate the
                                                 d) practicing respect for the law   central idea.


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                                                                                      c) Select specific vocabulary and
                                                                                      information.
                                                                                      d) Revise writing for word choice,
                                                                                      sentence variety, and transitions
                                                                                      among paragraphs.
                                                                                      e) Use available technology.



Objective 5 Intellectual Property

         Internet Safety Objectives                 Civics and Economics                                                           Other Course Objectives



 IS8.5.1 Review definition of copyright                                               Writing (Research)
                                                                                      8.7 The student will write in a variety of
                                                                                      forms, including narrative, expository,
                                                                                      persuasive, and informational.
                                                                                      a) Use prewriting strategies to
                                                                                      generate and organize ideas.
                                                                                      b) Organize details to elaborate the
                                                                                      central idea.
                                                                                      c) Select specific vocabulary and
                                                                                      information.
                                                                                      d) Revise writing for word choice,
                                                                                      sentence variety, and transitions
                                                                                      among paragraphs.
                                                                                      e) Use available technology.
 IS8.5.2 Review definition of plagiarism


 IS8.5.3 Identify and discuss laws         CE.3 The student will demonstrate
         governing intellectual property   knowledge of citizenship and the
                                           rights, duties, and responsibilities of
                                           citizens by
                                           c) describing the duties of citizenship,
                                           including obeying the laws, paying
                                           taxes, defending the nation, and
                                           serving in court;
                                           CE.8 The student will demonstrate
                                           knowledge of the judicial systems
                                           established by the Constitution of
                                           Virginia and the Constitution of the
                                           United States by
                                             a) describing the organization and
                                             jurisdiction of federal and state
                                             courts;
                                             b) describing the exercise of judicial
                                             review;
                                              c) explaining court proceedings in
                                           civil and criminal cases;
                                              d) explaining how due process
                                           protections seek to ensure justice.




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Objective 6 Cyber Bullying

         Internet Safety Objectives                      Civics and Economics                                    Other Course Objectives



 IS8.6.1 Expand definition of Cyber              CE.4 The student will demonstrate          Family
         bullying to include Cyber stalking      knowledge of personal character traits     8.1 The student will relate stages of human development to his
                                                 that facilitate thoughtful and effective   or her own development level.
                                                 participation in civic life by             8.3 The student will become aware of the need to think through
                                                    b) practicing courtesy and respect      decisions and to take responsibility for them.
                                                 for                                        8.4 The student will identify the issues associated with friendships.
                                                      the rights of others
                                                   c) practicing responsibility,            Health
                                                      accountability, and self-reliance     8.2 The student will apply health concepts and skills to the
                                                    d) practicing respect for the law       management of personal and family health. Key concepts/skills
                                                                                            include
 IS8.6.2 Define online harassment                   b) practicing courtesy and respect      a) the risks associated with gang-related activities;
                                                 for                                        b) the benefits of using resistance, problem-solving, and
                                                      the rights of others                  decision-making skills for resolving health issues;
                                                   c) practicing responsibility,            c) the importance of developing relationships that are positive
                                                      accountability, and self-reliance     and promote wellness;
                                                                                            d) the benefits of developing and implementing short- and long-
 IS8.6.3 Identify and discuss laws                 d) practicing respect for the law        term health and fitness goals that are achievable and
         governing harassment online                                                        purposeful.




Objective 7 Homeland Security

         Internet Safety Objectives                      Civics and Economics                                    Other Course Objectives



 IS8.7.1 Review definitions of hacking,          CE.4 The student will demonstrate
         Internet terrorism, and malicious       knowledge of personal character traits
         code (i.e. viruses and worms)           that facilitate thoughtful and effective
                                                 participation in civic life by
                                                   c) practicing responsibility,
                                                      accountability, and self-reliance
                                                   d) practicing respect for the law

 IS7.8.2 Integrate knowledge of terms to         CE.4 The student will demonstrate
          identify and comprehend the            knowledge of personal character traits
          utilization of the Internet in Cyber   that facilitate thoughtful and effective
          terrorism and internet warfare         participation in civic life by
                                                   c) practicing responsibility,
                                                      accountability, and self-reliance
                                                   d) practicing respect for the law




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                                                                Mecklenburg County Public Schools
                                                            Internet Safety Cross-Curriculum Objectives
                                                                        9-12 Grades (IS9-12)

Objective IS9-12.1 Internet Citizenship

         Internet Safety Objectives              Keyboarding Objectives                     English Objectives                                     Other Course Objectives
IS9-12.1.1 Compare Internet to the        6152.003    Identify Internet Safety    9.9  The student will use print,           Health 9.5
              physical community                      issues and procedures              electronic databases, and           The student will evaluate the benefits of collaboration in relation
                                                      for complying with                 online resources to access           to community health and wellness initiatives. Key
                                                      acceptable use                     information.                         concepts/skills include…
                                                      standards                  10.4 The student will read and              Health 10.4
                                          6152. 028 Obtain assistance for                interpret informational             The student will synthesize and evaluate available health
                                                      preparing documents via            materials.                           information, products, and services for the value and potential
                                                      electronic and hard        10.11f The student will collect,             impact on his/her well-being throughout life. Key concepts/skills
                                                      copy references and                evaluate, organize, and              include…
                                                      documentation (e.g.,               present information.                Family Life 9.1
                                                      help screen, user‟s               f)Use technology to access           The student will trace the human growth cycle in relation to
                                                      manual, …Internet                 information, organize ideas,         parenting skills from the prenatal period through the elderly
                                                      Search).                          and develop writing.                 stage.
                                                                                                                             Math –Algebra I
                                                                                 11.9e The student will write, revise, and   Students should make connections and build relationships
                                                                                      edit personal, professional, and       among algebra, arithmetic, geometry, discrete mathematics,
                                                                                      informational correspondence           and probability and statistics. Connections should be made to
                                                                                       to a standard acceptable in the       other subject areas and fields of endeavor through applications.
                                                                                      workplace and higher                   Using manipulatives, graphing calculators, and computer
                                                                                      education.                             applications to develop concepts should help students develop
                                                                                       e) Use technology to access           and attach meaning to abstract ideas. Throughout the study of
                                                                                      information, organize ideas, and       mathematics, students should be encouraged to talk about
                                                                                      develop writing.                       mathematics, use the language and symbols of mathematics,
                                                                                 12.4 The student will read and              communicate, discuss problems and problem solving, and
                                                                                         analyze a variety of                develop their competence and their confidence in themselves
                                                                                         informational materials,            as mathematics students
                                                                                         including electronic resources.
                                                                                                                             Math - Geometry
                                                                                                                             Students should make connections and build relationships
                                                                                                                             among algebra, arithmetic, geometry, discrete mathematics,
                                                                                                                             and probability and statistics. Connections should be made to
                                                                                                                             other subject areas and fields of endeavor through applications.
                                                                                                                             Using manipulatives, graphing calculators, and computer
                                                                                                                             applications to develop concepts should help students develop
                                                                                                                             and attach meaning to abstract ideas. Throughout the study of
                                                                                                                             mathematics, students should be encouraged to talk about
                                                                                                                             mathematics, use the language and symbols of mathematics,
                                                                                                                             communicate, discuss problems and problem solving, and
                                                                                                                             develop their competence and their confidence in themselves
                                                                                                                             as mathematics students




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                                                                                                                           Math – Algebra II
                                                                                                                           Teachers should help students make connections and build
                                                                                                                           relationships among algebra, arithmetic, geometry, discrete
                                                                                                                           mathematics, and probability and statistics. Connections should
                                                                                                                           be made to other subject areas and fields of endeavor through
                                                                                                                           applications. Using manipulatives, graphing calculators, and
                                                                                                                           computer applications to develop concepts should help
                                                                                                                           students develop and attach meaning to abstract ideas.
                                                                                                                           Throughout the study of mathematics, students should be
                                                                                                                           encouraged to talk about mathematics, use the language and
                                                                                                                           symbols of mathematics, communicate, discuss problems and
                                                                                                                           problem solving, and develop their competence and their
                                                                                                                           confidence in themselves as mathematics students.


IS9-12.1.2   Identify and discuss Internet   6152.028 Obtain assistance for        9.2 f  Use grammatically correct        Health 10.4 The student will synthesize and evaluate available
             terminology, with detail to               preparing documents via             language, including                           health information, products, and services for the
             specific concepts:                        electronic and hard copy            vocabulary appropriate to the                 value and potential impact on his/her well-being
                                                       references and                      topic, audience, and purpose                  throughout life. Key concepts/skills include…
                                                       documentation (e.g., help   9.4 e Extend general and specialized    Family Life 9.14
                                                       screen, user‟s manual,              vocabulary through speaking,    The student will begin to identify educational and career goals.
                                                       …Internet Search).                  reading, and writing
                                                                                   9.9     The student will use print,     Math – Geometry G.2
                                                                                           electronic databases, and
                                                                                           online resources to access      The student will use pictorial representations, including
                                                                                           information.                    computer software, constructions, and coordinate
                                                                                   10.1 d Use grammatically correct        methods, to solve problems involving symmetry and
                                                                                           language, including             transformation. This will include
                                                                                           vocabulary appropriate to the      a) investigating and using formulas for finding distance,
                                                                                           topic, audience, and purpose           midpoint, and slope;
                                                                                   11.4 c Apply concepts and use              b) investigating symmetry and determining whether a figure
                                                                                           vocabulary in informational            is symmetric with respect to a line or a point; and
                                                                                           and technical materials to         c) determining whether a figure has been translated,
                                                                                           complete a task                        reflected, or rotated.
                                                                                   12.4 b Recognize and apply              Math – Geometry G. 6
                                                                                           specialized informational       The student, given information concerning the lengths of
                                                                                           vocabulary                      sides and/or measures of angles, will apply the triangle
                                                                                                                           inequality properties to determine whether a triangle exists
                                                                                                                           and to order sides and angles. These concepts will be
                                                                                                                           considered in the context of practical situations.

                                                                                                                           Math – Geometry G. 7
                                                                                                                           The student will solve practical problems involving right
                                                                                                                           triangles by using the Pythagorean Theorem, properties of
                                                                                                                           special right triangles, and right triangle trigonometry.
                                                                                                                           Solutions will be expressed in radical form or as decimal
                                                                                                                           approximations.

                                                                                                                           Math – Geometry G. 9
                                                                                                                           The student will use measures of interior and exterior angles
                                                                                                                           of polygons to solve problems. Tessellations and tiling
                                                                                                                           problems will be used to make connections to art,
                                                                                                                           construction, and nature.

                                                                                                                           Math – Geometry G. 10


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                                                                                                             The student will investigate and solve practical problems
                                                                                                             involving circles, using properties of angles, arcs, chords,
                                                                                                             tangents, and secants. Problems will include finding arc
                                                                                                             length and area of a sector, and may be drawn from
                                                                                                             applications of architecture, art, and construction.

                                                                                                             Math – Geometry G.12
                                                                                                             The student will make a model of a three-dimensional
                                                                                                             figure from a two-dimensional drawing and make a two-
                                                                                                             dimensional representation of a three-dimensional object.
                                                                                                             Models and representations will include scale drawings,
                                                                                                             perspective drawings, blueprints, or computer simulations.

                                                                                                             Math – Algebra II.1
                                                                                                             The student will use matrix multiplication to solve practical
                                                                                                             problems. Graphing calculators or computer programs with
                                                                                                             matrix capabilities will be used to find the product

                                                                                                             Math – Algebra II. 12
                                                                                                             The student will represent problem situations with a system
                                                                                                             of linear equations and solve the system, using the inverse
                                                                                                             matrix method. Graphing calculators or computer
                                                                                                             programs with matrix capability will be used to perform
                                                                                                             computations.

                                                                                                             All courses should be able to work this objective into the
                                                                                                             curriculum
       IS9-12.1.2.1 Email (i.e.
                     attachments,
                     forward, reply,
                     browse)
       IS9-12.1.2.2 Messaging                                    12.4 b Recognize and apply
                    abbreviations (i.e.                                  specialized informational
                    kpid, keep parents                                   vocabulary
                    in dark)
       IS9-12.1.2.3 Search engine                                 9.9   The student will use print,          Health 10.4
                    names (i.e. dogpile,                                  electronic databases, and          The student will synthesize and evaluate available health
                    google, yahoo,                                        online resources to access         information, products, and services for the value and potential
                    etc.)                                                 information.                       impact on his/her well-being throughout life. Key concepts/skills
                                                                 10.11f The student will collect,            include…
                                                                          evaluate, organize, and            Family Life 9.14
                                                                          present information.               The student will begin to identify educational and career goals.
                                                                         f)Use technology to access
                                                                         information, organize ideas,
                                                                        and develop writing.

                                                                 11.9e The student will write, revise, and
                                                                      edit personal, professional, and
                                                                      informational correspondence
                                                                       to a standard acceptable in the
                                                                      workplace and higher
                                                                      education.
                                                                       e) Use technology to access
                                                                      information, organize ideas, and


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                                                                                          develop writing.

                                                                                   12.4  The student will read and
                                                                                            analyze a variety of
                                                                                            informational materials,
                                                                                            including electronic resources.
      IS9-12.1.2.4   Search criteria (i.e.                                          9.9 The student will use print,            Health 10.4
                     and, or, use of                                                        electronic databases, and          The student will synthesize and evaluate available health
                     quotations with                                                        online resources to access         information, products, and services for the value and potential
                     terms, etc)                                                            information.                       impact on his/her well-being throughout life. Key concepts/skills
                                                                                   10.11f The student will collect,            include…
                                                                                           evaluate, organize, and
                                                                                           present information.
                                                                                          f)Use technology to access
                                                                                          information, organize ideas,
                                                                                           and develop writing.

                                                                                   11.9e The student will write, revise, and
                                                                                        edit personal, professional, and
                                                                                        informational correspondence
                                                                                         to a standard acceptable in the
                                                                                        workplace and higher
                                                                                        education.
                                                                                         e) Use technology to access
                                                                                        information, organize ideas, and
                                                                                        develop writing.

                                                                                   12.4   The student will read and
                                                                                            analyze a variety of
                                                                                            informational materials,
                                                                                            including electronic resources.
      IS9-12.1.2.5   Online Resources        6152.023   Key and format research-                                               Health 10.4
                     (i.e. porta portal,                  related documents                                                    The student will synthesize and evaluate available health
                     etc)                                 including outlines,                                                  information, products, and services for the value and potential
                                                          bibliographies, and                                                  impact on his/her well-being throughout life. Key concepts/skills
                                                          manuscripts.                                                         include…
                                                                                                                               Family 9.12
                                                                                                                               The student will explain the transmission and prevention of the
                                                                                                                               AIDS virus.
                                                                                                                               Family 10.16
                                                                                                                               The student will compile a list of community agencies and
                                                                                                                               resources available to assist individuals and families.
                                                                                                                               Math – Algebra II.11
                                                                                                                               The student will use matrix multiplication to solve practical
                                                                                                                               problems. Graphing calculators or computer programs
                                                                                                                               with matrix capabilities will be used to find the product.

                                                                                                                               Math – Algebra II.12
                                                                                                                               The student will represent problem situations with a system
                                                                                                                               of linear equations and solve the system, using the inverse
                                                                                                                               matrix method. Graphing calculators or computer
                                                                                                                               programs with matrix capability will be used to perform
                                                                                                                               computations.




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IS9-12.1.3   Identify and discuss Internet   6152.033   Create a portfolio        9.4c   The student will read and             Family 9.7
             social issues, such as online               containing                      analyze a variety of                  The student will interpret the effects and prevention of sexual
             identities and pornography                  representative samples          informational materials               assault, rape (including “date rate”), incestuous behavior, and
                                                         of student work.                (manuals, textbooks,business          molestation.
                                                                                         letters, newspapers, brochures,       Family 9.11
                                                                                         reports, catalogs) and                The student will demonstrate knowledge of pregnancy
                                                                                         nonfiction materials, including       prevention and disease control.
                                                                                         journals, essays, speeches,           Family 9.12
                                                                                         biographies, and                      The student will explain the transmission and prevention of the
                                                                                         autobiographies.                      AIDS virus.
                                                                                         c) Synthesize information from        Family 10.16
                                                                                         sources and apply it in written       The student will compile a list of community agencies and
                                                                                         and oral presentations.               resources available to assist individuals and families.
                                                                                  9.6     The student will develop
                                                                                           narrative, expository, and
                                                                                           informational writings to inform,
                                                                                           explain, analyze, or entertain.
                                                                                  9.7     The student will edit writing for
                                                                                           correct grammar,
                                                                                           capitalization punctuation,
                                                                                           spelling, sentence, structure,
                                                                                           and paragraphing.
                                                                                  11.8a The student will edit writing for
                                                                                        correct grammar, capitalization,
                                                                                        punctuation, spelling, sentence
                                                                                        structure, and paragraphing.
                                                                                        a) Use a style manual, such as
                                                                                        that of the Modern Language
                                                                                        Association (MLA) or the
                                                                                        American Psychological
                                                                                        Association (APA), for producing
                                                                                        research projects.

IS9-12.1.4   Classify appropriate vs.
             inappropriate online
             interactions




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Objective IS9-12.2 Internet Security

         Internet Safety Objectives                    Keyboarding Objectives                         English Objectives                                 Other Course Objectives
IS9-12.2.1    Define terminology, including     6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues    9.2 f Use grammatically correct        Health 9.4  The student will review and apply the decision-
              malicious code, virus, worm,                 and procedures for                      language, including                          making process.
              Trojan horse, identity theft                 complying with                          vocabulary appropriate to the   Health 10.4 The student will synthesize and evaluate available
                                                           acceptable use standards                topic, audience, and purpose                 health information, products, and services for the
                                                                                            9.4 e Extend general and specialized                value and potential impact on his/her well-being
                                                                                                   vocabulary through speaking,                 throughout life. Key concepts/skills include…
                                                                                                   reading, and writing            Family 9.7
                                                                                           10.1 d Use grammatically correct        The student will interpret the effects and prevention of sexual
                                                                                                   language, including                          assault, rape (including “date rate”), incestuous
                                                                                                   vocabulary appropriate to the                behavior, and molestation.
                                                                                                   topic, audience, and purpose    Family 9.10
                                                                                           11.4 c Apply concepts and use           The student will demonstrate understanding of specific health
                                                                                                   vocabulary in informational                  issues, including the ability to conduct particular
                                                                                                   and technical materials to                   self-examinations.
                                                                                                   complete a task                 Family 9.11
                                                                                           12.4 b Recognize and apply              The student will demonstrate knowledge of pregnancy
                                                                                                   specialized informational       prevention and disease control.
                                                                                                   vocabulary
                                                                                                                                   Government 12 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the
                                                                                                                                   role of the United States in a changing world by
                                                                                                                                   a) describing the responsibilities of the national government for
                                                                                                                                   foreign policy and national security;
                                                                                                                                   b) assessing the role played by national interest in shaping
                                                                                                                                   foreign policy and promoting world
                                                                                                                                   peace;
                                                                                                                                   c) examining the relationship of Virginia and the United States to
                                                                                                                                   the global economy;
                                                                                                                                   d) examining recent foreign policy and international trade
                                                                                                                                   initiatives since 1980.

IS9-12.2.2   Discuss Internet security          6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues                                           Computer Systems Technology
             issues, with details on specific              and procedures for                                                      Design, Multimedia, Web
             threats and consequences                      complying with
             of the following:                             acceptable use standards

         IS9-12.2.2.1   Web Design                                                                                                 Computer Systems Technology
         IS9-12.2.2.2   Online Payment                                                                                             Design, Multimedia, Web
                        Systems
          IS9-12.2.2.3 Computer Viruses,                                                                                           Personal Finance
                        Trojan Horses,
                        Worms, Hacking,
                        etc.
IS9-12.2.3    Identify methods for              6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues                                           Design, Multimedia, Web
               maintaining security                        and procedures for                                                      Government 12 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the
                                                           complying with                                                          role of the United States in a changing world by
                                                           acceptable use standards                                                a) describing the responsibilities of the national government for
                                                                                                                                   foreign policy and national security;
                                                                                                                                   b) assessing the role played by national interest in shaping
                                                                                                                                   foreign policy and promoting world
                                                                                                                                   peace;
                                                                                                                                   c) examining the relationship of Virginia and the United States to
                                                                                                                                   the global economy;
                                                                                                                                   d) examining recent foreign policy and international trade
                                                                                                                                   initiatives since 1980.

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Objective IS9-12.3 Personal Safety

         Internet Safety Objectives                Keyboarding Objectives                         English Objectives                                  Other Course Objectives



IS9-12.3.1   Review key concepts             6152.003   Identify Internet Safety        9.9   The student will use print,         Health 9.5
             associated with responsible                  issues and procedures for           electronic databases, and           The student will review the nature and purposes of dating.
             and safe Internet choices                    complying with                      online resources to access          Health 10.5
             and behaviors as they                        acceptable use                      information.                        The student will recognize the need to abstain form premarital
             pertain to the following:                    standards                   10.4 The student will read and              sexual intercourse.
                                                                                              interpret informational             Family Life – ALL SOLs
                                             6152.033   Create a portfolio                    materials.
                                                         containing                   10.11f The student will collect,
                                                         representative samples               evaluate, organize, and
                                                         of student work.                     present information.
                                                                                             f)Use technology to access
                                                                                             information, organize ideas,
                                                                                              and develop writing.

                                                                                      11.9e The student will write, revise, and
                                                                                           edit personal, professional, and
                                                                                           informational correspondence
                                                                                            to a standard acceptable in the
                                                                                           workplace and higher
                                                                                           education.
                                                                                            e) Use technology to access
                                                                                           information, organize ideas, and
                                                                                           develop writing.

                                                                                      12.4    The student will read and
                                                                                               analyze a variety of
                                                                                               informational materials,
                                                                                               including electronic resources.
         IS9-12.3.1.1   Providing personal
                        information
         IS9-12.3.1.2   Selecting screen
                        names and
                        passwords
         IS9-12.3.1.3   Choosing online
                        communication
                        methods
         IS9-12.3.1.4   Securing online                                                                                           Health 9.4  The student will review and apply the decision-
                        privacy                                                                                                                making process.
                                                                                                                                  Health 10.4 The student will synthesize and evaluate available
                                                                                                                                               health information, products, and services for the
                                                                                                                                               value and potential impact on his/her well-being
                                                                                                                                               throughout life. Key concepts/skills include…

IS9-12.3.2     Compare safe sites vs.        6152.003   Identify Internet Safety       9.9  The student will use print,           Health 9.4   The student will review and apply the decision-
               unsafe sites, identifying                  issues and procedures for           electronic databases, and                         making process.
               examples of each                           complying with                      online resources to access          Health 10.4 The student will synthesize and evaluate available
                                                          acceptable use                      information.                                      health information, products, and services for the
                                                          standards                   10.4 The student will read and                            value and potential impact on his/her well-being
                                                                                              interpret informational                           throughout life. Key concepts/skills include…
                                                                                              materials.                          Family Life – ALL SOLS
                                                                                      10.11f The student will collect,


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                                                                         evaluate, organize, and
                                                                         present information.
                                                                        f)Use technology to access
                                                                        information, organize ideas,
                                                                        and develop writing.

                                                                 11.9e The student will write, revise, and
                                                                      edit personal, professional, and
                                                                      informational correspondence
                                                                       to a standard acceptable in the
                                                                      workplace and higher
                                                                      education.
                                                                       e) Use technology to access
                                                                      information, organize ideas, and
                                                                      develop writing.

                                                                 12.4   The student will read and
                                                                          analyze a variety of
                                                                          informational materials,
                                                                          including electronic resources.




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Objective IS9-12.4 Intellectual Property

         Internet Safety Objectives               Keyboarding Objectives                         English Objectives                                   Other Course Objectives



IS9-12.4.1    Define Property              6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues   9.8 The student will credit the sources    MATH – COMPUTER MATH.1
                                                     and procedures for               of both quoted and paraphrased
                                                     complying with                   ideas.                                     The student will apply programming techniques and skills to
                                                     acceptable use standards         a) Define the meaning and                  solve practical problems in mathematics arising from consumer,
                                                                                      consequences of plagiarism.                business, personal finance, leisure activities, sports, probability
                                                                                      b) Distinguish one.s own ideas from        and statistics, and other applications in mathematics. Problems
                                                                                      information created or discovered by       will include opportunities for students to analyze data in charts,
                                                                                      others.                                    graphs, and tables and to use their knowledge of equations,
                                                                                      c) Use a style sheet, such as that of      formulas, and functions to solve these problems.
                                                                                      the Modern Language Association            MATH – COMPUTER MATH.2
                                                                                      (MLA) or the American                      The student will design, write, test, debug, and document
                                                                                      Psychological Association (APA), for       a program. Programming documentation will include pre-
                                                                                              citing sources.                    conditions and post-conditions of program segments,
                                                                                                                                 input/output specifications, the step-by-step plan, the test
                                                                                      10.8 The student will edit writing for     data, a sample run, and the program listing with
                                                                                      correct grammar, capitalization,           appropriately placed comments.
                                                                                      punctuation, spelling, sentence
                                                                                      structure, and paragraphing.               MATH – COMPUTER MATH.3
                                                                                      a) Use a style manual, such as that of
                                                                                      the Modern Language Association            The student will write program specifications that define
                                                                                      (MLA) or the                               the constraints of a given problem. These specifications will
                                                                                      American Psychological Association         include descriptions of pre-conditions, post-conditions, the
                                                                                      (APA), to apply rules for punctuation      desired output, analysis of the available input, and an
                                                                                      and formatting of                          indication as to whether or not the problem is solvable
                                                                                      direct quotations.                         under the given conditions.
                                                                                      b) Apply rules governing use of the
                                                                                      colon.                                     MATH – COMPUTER MATH.4
                                                                                      c) Distinguish between active and
                                                                                                                                 The student will design a step-by-step plan (algorithm) to
                                                                                              passive voice.
                                                                                                                                 solve a given problem. The plan will be in the form of a
                                                                                                                                 program flowchart, pseudo code, hierarchy chart, and/or
                                                                                      11.10f The student will analyze,
                                                                                                                                 data-flow diagram.
                                                                                      evaluate, synthesize, and organize
                                                                                      information from a variety of sources
                                                                                                                                 MATH – COMPUTER MATH.5
                                                                                      to produce a research product.
                                                                                                                                 The student will divide a given problem into manageable
                                                                                      f) Document sources of information,        sections (modules) by task and implement the solution. The
                                                                                      using a style sheet, such as that of the   modules will include an appropriate user-defined function,
                                                                                      Modern Language                            subroutines, and procedures. Enrichment topics might
                                                                                      Association (MLA) or the American          include user-defined libraries (units) and object-oriented
                                                                                      Psychological Association (APA).           programming.

                                                                                      12.8 e Cite Sources of information,        MATH – COMPUTER MATH.9
                                                                                              using a standard method of
                                                                                              documentation, such as that        The student will define simple variable data types that
                                                                                              of the Modern Language             include integer, real (fixed and scientific notation),
                                                                                              Association (MLA) or the           character, string, and Boolean.
                                                                                              American Psychological
                                                                                              Association (APA)                  MATH – COMPUTER MATH.10
                                                                                                                                 The student will use appropriate variable data types,
                                                                                                                                 including integer, real (fixed and scientific notation),
                                                                                                                                 character, string, and Boolean. This will also include


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                                                                                       variables representing structured data types.

                                                                                       MATH – COMPUTER MATH.11
                                                                                       The student will describe the way the computer stores,
                                                                                       accesses, and processes variables, including the following
                                                                                       topics: the use of variables versus constants, variables
                                                                                       addresses, pointers, parameter passing, scope of
                                                                                       variables, and local versus global variables.

                                                                                       MATH – COMPUTER MATH.12
                                                                                       The student will translate a mathematical expression into a
                                                                                       computer statement, which involves writing assignment
                                                                                       statements and using the order of operations.

                                                                                       MATH – COMPUTER MATH.13
                                                                                       The student will select and implement built-in (library)
                                                                                       functions in processing data.

                                                                                       MATH – COMPUTER MATH.14
                                                                                       The student will implement conditional statements that
                                                                                       include “if/then” statements, “if/then/else” statements,
                                                                                       case statements, and Boolean logic.

                                                                                       MATH – COMPUTER MATH.15
                                                                                       The student will implement loops, including iterative loops.
                                                                                       Other topics will include single entry point, single exit point,
                                                                                       pre-conditions, and post-conditions.

                                                                                       MATH – COMPUTER MATH.16
                                                                                       The student will select and implement appropriate data
                                                                                       structures, including arrays (one-dimensional and/or
                                                                                       multidimensional), files, and records. Implementation will
                                                                                       include creating the data structure, putting information
                                                                                       into the structure, and retrieving information from the
                                                                                       structure.

                                                                                       MATH – COMPUTER MATH.20
                                                                                       The student will design, write, test, debug, and document
                                                                                       a complete structured program that requires the synthesis
                                                                                       of many of the concepts contained in previous standards.

IS9-12.4.2   Define Intellectual Property   6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues
                                                      and procedures for               MATH – COMPUTER MATH.1
                                                      complying with
                                                      acceptable use standards         The student will apply programming techniques and skills to
                                                                                       solve practical problems in mathematics arising from consumer,
                                                                                       business, personal finance, leisure activities, sports, probability
                                                                                       and statistics, and other applications in mathematics. Problems
                                                                                       will include opportunities for students to analyze data in charts,
                                                                                       graphs, and tables and to use their knowledge of equations,
                                                                                       formulas, and functions to solve these problems.
                                                                                       MATH – COMPUTER MATH.2


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                                                                                The student will design, write, test, debug, and document
                                                                                a program. Programming documentation will include pre-
                                                                                conditions and post-conditions of program segments,
                                                                                input/output specifications, the step-by-step plan, the test
                                                                                data, a sample run, and the program listing with
                                                                                appropriately placed comments.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.3
                                                                                The student will write program specifications that define
                                                                                the constraints of a given problem. These specifications will
                                                                                include descriptions of pre-conditions, post-conditions, the
                                                                                desired output, analysis of the available input, and an
                                                                                indication as to whether or not the problem is solvable
                                                                                under the given conditions.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.4
                                                                                The student will design a step-by-step plan (algorithm) to
                                                                                solve a given problem. The plan will be in the form of a
                                                                                program flowchart, pseudo code, hierarchy chart, and/or
                                                                                data-flow diagram.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.5
                                                                                The student will divide a given problem into manageable
                                                                                sections (modules) by task and implement the solution. The
                                                                                modules will include an appropriate user-defined function,
                                                                                subroutines, and procedures. Enrichment topics might
                                                                                include user-defined libraries (units) and object-oriented
                                                                                programming.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.9
                                                                                The student will define simple variable data types that
                                                                                include integer, real (fixed and scientific notation),
                                                                                character, string, and Boolean.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.10
                                                                                The student will use appropriate variable data types,
                                                                                including integer, real (fixed and scientific notation),
                                                                                character, string, and Boolean. This will also include
                                                                                variables representing structured data types.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.11
                                                                                The student will describe the way the computer stores,
                                                                                accesses, and processes variables, including the following
                                                                                topics: the use of variables versus constants, variables
                                                                                addresses, pointers, parameter passing, scope of
                                                                                variables, and local versus global variables.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.12
                                                                                The student will translate a mathematical expression into a
                                                                                computer statement, which involves writing assignment
                                                                                statements and using the order of operations.



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                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.13
                                                                                The student will select and implement built-in (library)
                                                                                functions in processing data.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.14
                                                                                The student will implement conditional statements that
                                                                                include “if/then” statements, “if/then/else” statements,
                                                                                case statements, and Boolean logic.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.15
                                                                                The student will implement loops, including iterative loops.
                                                                                Other topics will include single entry point, single exit point,
                                                                                pre-conditions, and post-conditions.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.16
                                                                                The student will select and implement appropriate data
                                                                                structures, including arrays (one-dimensional and/or
                                                                                multidimensional), files, and records. Implementation will
                                                                                include creating the data structure, putting information
                                                                                into the structure, and retrieving information from the
                                                                                structure.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.20
                                                                                The student will design, write, test, debug, and document a
                                                                                complete structured program that requires the synthesis of many
                                                                                of the concepts contained in previous standards.

                                                                                Math – Probability and Statistics.1
                                                                                The student will analyze graphical displays of data,
                                                                                including dot plots, stem plots, and histograms, to identify
                                                                                and describe patterns and departures from patterns, using
                                                                                central tendency, spread, clusters, gaps, and outliers.
                                                                                Appropriate technology will be used to create graphical
                                                                                displays.

                                                                                Math – Probability and Statistics.3
                                                                                The student will compare distributions of two or more
                                                                                univariate data sets, analyzing center and spread (within
                                                                                group and between group variations), clusters and gaps,
                                                                                shapes, outliers, or other unusual features. Appropriate
                                                                                technology will be used to generate graphical displays.

                                                                                Math – Probability and Statistics.4
                                                                                The student will analyze scatterplots to identify and
                                                                                describe the relationship between two variables, using
                                                                                shape; strength of relationship; clusters; positive, negative,
                                                                                or no association; outliers; and influential points.
                                                                                Appropriate technology will be used to generate
                                                                                scatterplots and identify outliers and influential points.

                                                                                Math – Probability and Statistics.5
                                                                                The student will find and interpret linear correlation, use


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                                                                                                                          the method of least squares regression to model the linear
                                                                                                                          relationship between two variables, and use the residual
                                                                                                                          plots to assess linearity. Appropriate technology will be
                                                                                                                          used to compute correlation coefficients and residual
                                                                                                                          plots.

                                                                                                                          Math – Probability and Statistics.8
                                                                                                                          The student will describe the methods of data collection in
                                                                                                                          a census, sample survey, experiment, and observational
                                                                                                                          study and identify an appropriate method of solution for a
                                                                                                                          given problem setting.

                                                                                                                          Math – Probability and Statistics.9
                                                                                                                          The student will plan and conduct a survey. The plan will
                                                                                                                          address sampling techniques (e.g., simple random and
                                                                                                                          stratified) and methods to reduce bias.

                                                                                                                          Math – Probability and Statistics.10
                                                                                                                          The student will plan and conduct an experiment. The
                                                                                                                          plan will address control, randomization, and
                                                                                                                          measurement of experimental error.

                                                                                                                          Math – Probability and Statistics.15
                                                                                                                          The student will simulate probability distributions, including
                                                                                                                          binomial and geometric.

IS9-12.4.3   Review Definition of        6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues   12.8 e Cite Sources of information,   Health 9.4   The student will review and apply the decision-
             Copyright                              and procedures for                      using a standard method of                  making process.
                                                    complying with                          documentation, such as that
                                                    acceptable use standards                of the Modern Language        Health 10.4 The student will synthesize and evaluate available
                                                                                            Association (MLA) or the                   health information, products, and services for the
                                                                                            American Psychological                     value and potential impact on his/her well-being
                                                                                            Association (APA)                          throughout life. Key concepts/skills include…

IS9-12.4.4   Review Definition of        6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues   12.8 e Cite Sources of information,   Health 10.4 The student will synthesize and evaluate available
             Plagiarism                             and procedures for                      using a standard method of                 health information, products, and services for the
                                                    complying with                          documentation, such as that                value and potential impact on his/her well-being
                                                    acceptable use standards                of the Modern Language                     throughout life. Key concepts/skills include…
                                                                                            Association (MLA) or the
                                                                                            American Psychological
                                                                                            Association (APA)
IS9-12.4.5   Identify and discuss laws   6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues                                         Health 9.4   The student will review and apply the decision-
              governing intellectual                and procedures for                                                                  making process.
              property                              complying with                                                        Government 12 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the
                                                    acceptable use standards                                              role of the United States in a changing world by
                                                                                                                          a) describing the responsibilities of the national government for
                                                                                                                          foreign policy and national
                                                                                                                          security;
                                                                                                                          b) assessing the role played by national interest in shaping
                                                                                                                          foreign policy and promoting world
                                                                                                                          peace;
                                                                                                                          c) examining the relationship of Virginia and the United States to
                                                                                                                          the global economy;
                                                                                                                          d) examining recent foreign policy and international trade


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                                                                                             initiatives since 1980.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.1
                                                                                The student will apply programming techniques and skills to
                                                                                solve practical problems in mathematics arising from consumer,
                                                                                business, personal finance, leisure activities, sports, probability
                                                                                and statistics, and other applications in mathematics. Problems
                                                                                will include opportunities for students to analyze data in charts,
                                                                                graphs, and tables and to use their knowledge of equations,
                                                                                formulas, and functions to solve these problems.
                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.2
                                                                                The student will design, write, test, debug, and document
                                                                                a program. Programming documentation will include pre-
                                                                                conditions and post-conditions of program segments,
                                                                                input/output specifications, the step-by-step plan, the test
                                                                                data, a sample run, and the program listing with
                                                                                appropriately placed comments.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.3
                                                                                The student will write program specifications that define
                                                                                the constraints of a given problem. These specifications will
                                                                                include descriptions of pre-conditions, post-conditions, the
                                                                                desired output, analysis of the available input, and an
                                                                                indication as to whether or not the problem is solvable
                                                                                under the given conditions.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.4
                                                                                The student will design a step-by-step plan (algorithm) to
                                                                                solve a given problem. The plan will be in the form of a
                                                                                program flowchart, pseudo code, hierarchy chart, and/or
                                                                                data-flow diagram.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.5
                                                                                The student will divide a given problem into manageable
                                                                                sections (modules) by task and implement the solution. The
                                                                                modules will include an appropriate user-defined function,
                                                                                subroutines, and procedures. Enrichment topics might
                                                                                include user-defined libraries (units) and object-oriented
                                                                                programming.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.9
                                                                                The student will define simple variable data types that
                                                                                include integer, real (fixed and scientific notation),
                                                                                character, string, and Boolean.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.10
                                                                                The student will use appropriate variable data types,
                                                                                including integer, real (fixed and scientific notation),
                                                                                character, string, and Boolean. This will also include
                                                                                variables representing structured data types.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.11



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                                                                                The student will describe the way the computer stores,
                                                                                accesses, and processes variables, including the following
                                                                                topics: the use of variables versus constants, variables
                                                                                addresses, pointers, parameter passing, scope of
                                                                                variables, and local versus global variables.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.12
                                                                                The student will translate a mathematical expression into a
                                                                                computer statement, which involves writing assignment
                                                                                statements and using the order of operations.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.13
                                                                                The student will select and implement built-in (library)
                                                                                functions in processing data.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.14
                                                                                The student will implement conditional statements that
                                                                                include “if/then” statements, “if/then/else” statements,
                                                                                case statements, and Boolean logic.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.15
                                                                                The student will implement loops, including iterative loops.
                                                                                Other topics will include single entry point, single exit point,
                                                                                pre-conditions, and post-conditions.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.16
                                                                                The student will select and implement appropriate data
                                                                                structures, including arrays (one-dimensional and/or
                                                                                multidimensional), files, and records. Implementation will
                                                                                include creating the data structure, putting information
                                                                                into the structure, and retrieving information from the
                                                                                structure.

                                                                                MATH – COMPUTER MATH.20
                                                                                The student will design, write, test, debug, and document a
                                                                                complete structured program that requires the synthesis of many
                                                                                of the concepts contained in previous standards.




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Objective IS9-12.5 Cyber Bullying

         Internet Safety Objectives                 Keyboarding Objectives              English Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



IS9-12.5.1    Expand definition of Cyber     6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues                        Health 9.1
              bullying to include Internet             and procedures for                                    The student will apply health knowledge and skills to the
              stalking                                 complying with                                        development and analysis of personal goals to achieve and
                                                       acceptable use standards                              maintain long-term helath and well-being. Key concepts/skills
                                                                                                             include…
                                                                                                             Health 10.2
                                                                                                             The student will analyze, synthesize, and evaluate the protective
                                                                                                             factors related to achieving and maintaining a sound mind and
                                                                                                             healthy body throughout life. Key concepts/skills include…
                                                                                                             Health 10.3
                                                                                                             The student will implement personal injury prevention and self-
                                                                                                             management strategies that promote personal, family, and
                                                                                                             community health throughout life. Key concepts/skills include….
                                                                                                             Family 9.13
                                                                                                             The student will identify the effects of discrimination.
IS9-12.5.2    Define online harassment       6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues                        Health 9.1
                                                        and procedures for                                   The student will apply health knowledge and skills to the
                                                        complying with                                       development and analysis of personal goals to achieve and
                                                        acceptable use standards                             maintain long-term helath and well-being. Key concepts/skills
                                                                                                             include…
                                                                                                             Health 10.2
                                                                                                             The student will analyze, synthesize, and evaluate the protective
                                                                                                             factors related to achieving and maintaining a sound mind and
                                                                                                             healthy body throughout life. Key concepts/skills include…
                                                                                                             Health 10.3
                                                                                                             The student will implement personal injury prevention and self-
                                                                                                             management strategies that promote personal, family, and
                                                                                                             community health throughout life. Key concepts/skills include….
                                                                                                             Family 9.13
                                                                                                             The student will identify the effects of discrimination.
IS9-12.5.3    Identify and discuss laws      6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues                        Health 9.1
              governing harassment                      and procedures for                                   The student will apply health knowledge and skills to the
              online                                    complying with                                       development and analysis of personal goals to achieve and
                                                        acceptable use standards                             maintain long-term helath and well-being. Key concepts/skills
                                                                                                             include…
                                                                                                             Health 10.2
                                                                                                             The student will analyze, synthesize, and evaluate the protective
                                                                                                             factors related to achieving and maintaining a sound mind and
                                                                                                             healthy body throughout life. Key concepts/skills include…
                                                                                                             Health 10.3
                                                                                                             The student will implement personal injury prevention and self-
                                                                                                             management strategies that promote personal, family, and
                                                                                                             community health throughout life. Key concepts/skills include….




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Objective IS9-12.6 Homeland Security

         Internet Safety Objectives                    Keyboarding Objectives              English Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



IS9-12.6.1    Review definitions of             6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues                        Government 12 The student will demonstrate knowledge of
              hacking, Cyber terrorism,                    and procedures for                                   the role of the United States in a changing world by
              and malicious code (ie.                      complying with                                       a) describing the responsibilities of the national government for
              Viruses and Worms)                           acceptable use standards                             foreign policy and national
                                                                                                                security;
                                                                                                                b) assessing the role played by national interest in shaping
                                                                                                                foreign policy and promoting world
                                                                                                                peace;
                                                                                                                c) examining the relationship of Virginia and the United States to
                                                                                                                the global economy;
                                                                                                                d) examining recent foreign policy and international trade
                                                                                                                initiatives since 1980.

IS9-12.6.2    Identify and comprehend           6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues                        Government 12 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the
              the utilization of the Internet              and procedures for                                   role of the United States in a changing world by
              in Cyber terrorism and                       complying with                                       a) describing the responsibilities of the national government for
              internet warfare                             acceptable use standards                             foreign policy and national
                                                                                                                security;
                                                                                                                b) assessing the role played by national interest in shaping
                                                                                                                foreign policy and promoting world
                                                                                                                peace;
                                                                                                                c) examining the relationship of Virginia and the United States to
                                                                                                                the global economy;
                                                                                                                d) examining recent foreign policy and international trade
                                                                                                                initiatives since 1980.
                                                                                                                Health 10.3
                                                                                                                The student will implement personal injury prevention and self-
                                                                                                                management strategies that promote personal, family, and
                                                                                                                community health throughout life. Key concepts/skills include….




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Objective IS9-12.7 Predator Identification


        Internet Safety Objectives                   Keyboarding Objectives              English Objectives                       Other Course Objectives



IS9-12.7.1   Review definition of Internet    6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues                        Family Life 9.3
             Predators                                   and procedures for                                   The student will recognize the development of sexuality as an
                                                         complying with                                       aspect of the total personality.
                                                         acceptable use standards                             Health 10.4 The student will synthesize and evaluate available
                                                                                                                            health information, products, and services for the
                                                                                                                            value and potential impact on his/her well-being
                                                                                                                            throughout life. Key concepts/skills include…

IS9-12.7.2   Identify key characteristics     6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues                        Health 10.3
             of Internet predators                       and procedures for                                   The student will implement personal injury prevention and self-
                                                         complying with                                       management strategies that promote personal, family, and
                                                         acceptable use standards                             community health throughout life. Key concepts/skills include….
                                                                                                              Family Life 9.3
                                                                                                              The student will recognize the development of sexuality as an
                                                                                                              aspect of the total personality.
IS9-12.7.3    Discuss the grooming            6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues                        Health 10.2
              process of Internet predators              and procedures for                                   The student will analyze, synthesize, and evaluate the protective
                                                         complying with                                       factors related to achieving and maintaining a sound mind and
                                                         acceptable use standards                             healthy body throughout life. Key concepts/skills include…
                                                                                                              Family Life 9.3
                                                                                                              The student will recognize the development of sexuality as an
                                                                                                              aspect of the total personality.
IS9-12.7.4   Identify proactive               6152.003 Identify Internet Safety issues                        Health 10.2
             techniques to reduce risks of               and procedures for                                   The student will analyze, synthesize, and evaluate the protective
             becoming the victim of an                   complying with                                       factors related to achieving and maintaining a sound mind and
             Internet predator                           acceptable use standards                             healthy body throughout life. Key concepts/skills include…
                                                                                                              Family Life 9.3
                                                                                                              The student will recognize the development of sexuality as an
                                                                                                              aspect of the total personality.




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