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					2882   la.K.1.A.1
2883   la.K.1.A.2
2884   la.K.1.B.1
2885   la.K.1.B.2
2886   la.K.1.B.3
2887   la.K.1.B.4
2888   la.K.1.C.1
2889   la.K.1.C.2
2890   la.K.1.D.1
2891   la.K.1.E.1
2892   la.K.1.E.2
2893   la.K.1.E.3
2894   la.K.1.F.1
2895   la.K.1.F.2
2896   la.K.1.F.3
2897   la.K.1.F.4
2898   la.K.1.F.5
2899   la.K.1.F.6
2900   la.K.2.A.1
2901   la.K.2.A.2
2902   la.K.2.A.3
2903   la.K.2.B.1
2904   la.K.2.B.2
2905   la.K.2.B.3
2906   la.K.2.B.4
2907   la.K.2.B.5
2908   la.K.2.C.1
2909   la.K.2.C.2
2910   la.K.3.A.1
4834   ADA.2.05.01
4835   CON.1.01.9
2912   la.K.3.A.3
2913   la.K.3.A.4
2914   la.K.3.A.5
2915   la.K.3.B.1
2916   la.K.3.B.2
2917   la.K.4.A.1
2918   la.K.4.B.1
2919   la.K.5.A.1
2920   la.K.5.A.2
2921   la.K.5.A.3
2922   la.K.5.A.4
2923   la.K.6.A.1
2924   la.K.7.A.1
2925   la.1.1.A.1
2926   la.1.1.A.2
2927   la.1.1.A.3
2928   la.1.1.A.4
2929   la.1.1.B.1
2930   la.1.1.B.2
2932   la.1.1.B.3
2933   la.1.1.B.4
2934   la.1.1.B.5
2935   la.1.1.C.1
2936   la.1.1.C.2
2937   la.1.1.C.3
2938   la.1.1.D.1
2939   la.1.1.D.2
2940   la.1.1.D.3
2941   la.1.1.E.1
2942   la.1.1.E.2
2943   la.1.1.E.3
2944   la.1.1.E.4
2945   la.1.1.E.5
2946   la.1.1.E.6
2947   la.1.1.E.7
2948   la.1.2.A.1
2949   la.1.2.A.2
2950   la.1.2.A.3
2951   la.1.2.B.1
2952   la.1.2.B.2
2953   la.1.2.B.3
2954   la.1.2.B.4
2955   la.1.2.B.5
2956   la.1.2.C.1
2957   la.1.2.C.2
2958   la.1.3.A.1
2959   la.1.3.A.2
2960   la.1.3.A.3
2961   la.1.3.A.4
2962   la.1.3.A.5
2963   la.1.3.B.1
2964   la.1.3.B.2
2965   la.1.4.A.1
2966   la.1.4.A.2
2967   la.1.4.A.3
2968   la.1.4.B.1
2969   la.1.4.B.2
2970   la.1.4.C.1
2971   la.1.5.A.1
2972   la.1.5.A.2
2973   la.1.5.A.3
2974   la.1.5.A.4
2975   la.1.5.A.5
2976   la.1.6.A.1
2977   la.1.7.A.1
2978   la.2.1.A.1A
2980   la.2.1.A.2
2981   la.2.1.A.3
2982   la.2.1.A.4
2983   la.2.1.B.1
2984   la.2.1.B.2
2985   la.2.1.B.3
2986   la.2.1.C.1
2987   la.2.1.C.2
2988   la.2.1.C.3
2989   la.2.1.D.1
2990   la.2.1.D.2
2991   la.2.1.D.3
2992   la.2.1.D.4
2993   la.2.1.D.5
2994   la.2.1.D.6
2995   la.2.1.D.7
2996   la.2.2.A.1
2997   la.2.2.A.2
2998   la.2.2.A.3
2999   la.2.2.B.1
3000   la.2.2.B.2
3001   la.2.2.B.3
3002   la.2.2.B.4
3003   la.2.2.B.5
3004   la.2.2.C.1
3005   la.2.2.C.2
3006   la.2.2.C.3
3007   la.2.3.A.1
3008   la.2.3.A.2
3009   la.2.3.A.3
3010   la.2.3.A.4
3011   la.2.3.B.1
3012   la.2.3.B.2
3013   la.2.4.A.1
3014   la.2.4.A.2
3015   la.2.4.A.3
3016   la.2.4.B.1
3017   la.2.4.B.2
3018   la.2.4.C.1
3019   la.2.5.A.1
3020   la.2.5.A.2
3021   la.2.5.A.3
3022   la.2.5.A.4
3023   la.2.5.A.5
3024   la.2.6.A.1
3025   la.2.7.A.1
3026   la.3.1.A.1
3027   la.3.1.A.2
3028   la.3.1.A.3
3029   la.3.1.A.4
3030   la.3.1.B.1
3031   la.3.1.B.2
3032   la.3.1.B.3
3033   la.3.1.C.1
3034   la.3.1.C.2
3035   la.3.1.C.3
3036   la.3.1.C.4
3037   la.3.1.D.1
3038   la.3.1.D.2
3039   la.3.1.D.3
3040   la.3.1.D.4
3041   la.3.1.D.5
3042   la.3.1.D.6
3043   la.3.2.A.1
3044   la.3.2.A.2
3045   la.3.2.A.3
3046   la.3.2.B.1
3047   la.3.2.B.2
3048   la.3.2.B.3
3049   la.3.2.B.4
3050   la.3.2.B.5
3051   la.3.2.C.1
3052   la.3.2.C.2
3053   la.3.2.D.1
3054   la.3.2.D.2
3055   la.3.2.D.3
3056   la.3.3.A.1
3057   la.3.3.A.2
3058   la.3.3.A.3
3059   la.3.3.A.4
3060   la.3.3.B.1
3061   la.3.3.B.2
3062   la.3.3.B.3
3063   la.3.4.A.1
3064   la.3.4.A.2
3065   la.3.4.A.3
3066   la.3.4.B.1
3067   la.3.4.B.2
3068   la.3.4.C.1
3069   la.3.5.A.1
3070   la.3.5.A.2
3071   la.3.5.A.3
3072   la.3.5.A.4
3073   la.3.5.A.5
3074   la.3.6.A.1
3075   la.3.7.A.1
3076   la.3.7.A.2
3077   la.4.1.A.1
3078   la.4.1.A.2
3079   la.4.1.A.3
3080   la.4.1.A.4
3081   la.4.1.B.1
3082   la.4.1.B.2
3083   la.4.1.B.3
3084   la.4.1.C.1
3085   la.4.1.C.2
3086   la.4.1.C.3
3087   la.4.1.C.4
3088   la.4.1.D.1
3089   la.4.1.D.2
3090   la.4.1.D.3
3091   la.4.1.D.4
3092   la.4.1.D.5
3093   la.4.1.D.6
3094   la.4.2.A.1
3095   la.4.2.A.2
3096   la.4.2.A.3
3097   la.4.2.B.1
3098   la.4.2.B.2
3099   la.4.2.B.3
3100   la.4.2.B.4
3101   la.4.2.B.5
3102   la.4.2.C.1
3103   la.4.2.C.2
3104   la.4.2.D.1
3105   la.4.2.D.2
3106   la.4.2.D.3
3107   la.4.3.A.1
3108   la.4.3.A.2
3109   la.4.3.A.3
3110   la.4.3.A.4
3111   la.4.3.B.1
3112   la.4.3.B.2
3113   la.4.3.B.3
3114   la.4.4.A.1
3115   la.4.4.A.2
3116   la.4.4.A.3
3117   la.4.4.B.1
3118   la.4.4.B.2
3119   la.4.4.C.1
3120   la.4.5.A.1
3121   la.4.5.A.2
3122   la.4.5.A.3
3123   la.4.5.A.4
3124   la.4.5.A.5
3125   la.4.6.A.1
3126   la.4.7.A.1
3127   la.4.7.A.2
3128   la.5.1.A.1
3129   la.5.1.A.2
3130   la.5.1.A.3
3131   la.5.1.B.1
3132   la.5.1.B.2
3133   la.5.1.B.3
3134   la.5.1.B.4
3135   la.5.1.C.1
3136   la.5.1.C.2
3137   la.5.1.C.3
3138   la.5.1.C.4
3139   la.5.1.C.5
3140   la.5.1.C.6
3141   la.5.2.A.1
3142   la.5.2.A.2
3143   la.5.2.A.3
3144   la.5.2.B.1
3145   la.5.2.B.2
3146   la.5.2.B.3
3147   la.5.2.B.4
3148   la.5.2.B.5
3149   la.5.2.C.1
3150   la.5.2.D.1
3151   la.5.2.D.2
3152   la.5.2.D.3
3153   la.5.3.A.1
3154   la.5.3.A.2
3155   la.5.3.A.3
3156   la.5.3.A.4
3157   la.5.3.B.1
3158   la.5.3.B.2
3159   la.5.3.B.3
3160   la.5.4.A.1
3161   la.5.4.A.2
3162   la.5.4.A.3
3163   la.5.4.B.1
3164   la.5.4.B.2
3165   la.5.4.C.1
3166   la.5.5.A.1
3167   la.5.5.A.2
3168   la.5.5.A.3
3169   la.5.5.A.4
3170   la.5.5.A.5
3171   la.5.6.A.1
3172   la.5.7.A.1
3173   la.5.7.A.2
3174   CON.1.01.1
3175   CON.1.01.2
3176   CON.1.01.3
3177   CON.1.01.4
3178   CON.1.01.5
3179   CON.1.01.6
3180   CON.1.01.7
3181   CON.1.01.8
4863   CON.3.05.02
4862   CON.3.05.01
4860   CON.2.04.09
4861   CON.2.04.10
4859   CON.2.04.08
4858   CON.2.04.07
4857   CON.2.04.06
4856   CON.2.04.05
4855   CON.2.04.04
4854   CON.2.04.03
4853   CON.2.04.02
4852   CON.2.04.01
4851   CON.2.03.7
4850   CON.2.03.6
4849   CON.2.03.5
4848   CON.2.03.4
4847   CON.2.03.3
3204   CON.2.05.01
3205   CON.2.05.02
3206   CON.2.05.03
3207   CON.2.05.04
3208   CON.2.05.05
3209   CON.2.05.06
4846   CON.2.03.2
4845   CON.2.03.1
4844   CON.1.02.9
4843   CON.1.02.8
3217   CON.3.07.04
3218   CON.3.07.05
4842   CON.1.02.7
4841   CON.1.02.6
4840   CON.1.02.5
4839   CON.1.02.4
4838   CON.1.02.3
4837   CON.1.02.2
4836   CON.1.02.1
3227   CON.4.09.03
3228   CON.4.09.04
3229   GEO.01.01.01
3230   GEO.01.01.02
3231   GEO.01.01.03
3232   GEO.01.01.04
3233   GEO.01.01.05
3234   GEO.01.01.06
3235   GEO.01.01.07
3236   GEO.01.01.08
3237   GEO.01.01.09
3238   GEO.01.01.10
3239   GEO.01.01.11
3240   GEO.01.01.12
3241   GEO.01.02.01
3242   GEO.01.02.02
3243   GEO.01.02.03
3244   GEO.01.02.04
3245   GEO.01.02.05
3246   GEO.01.02.06
3247   GEO.01.02.07
3248   GEO.01.02.08
3249   GEO.01.02.09
3250   GEO.01.02.10
3251   GEO.01.02.11
3252   GEO.01.02.12
3253   GEO.01.03.01
3254   GEO.01.03.02
3255   GEO.01.03.03
3256   GEO.01.03.04
3257   GEO.01.03.05
3258   GEO.01.03.06
3259   GEO.02.04.01
3260   GEO.02.04.02
3261   GEO.02.04.03
3262   GEO.02.04.04
3263   GEO.02.04.05
3264   GEO.02.04.06
3265   GEO.02.04.07
3266   GEO.02.04.08
3267   GEO.02.04.09
3268   GEO.02.04.10
3269   GEO.02.04.11
3270   GEO.02.04.12
3271   GEO.02.04.13
3272   GEO.02.05.01
3273   GEO.02.05.02
3274   GEO.02.05.03
3275   GEO.02.05.04
3276   GEO.02.05.05
3277   GEO.02.05.06
3278   GEO.02.05.07
3279   GEO.02.05.08
3280   GEO.03.06.01
3281   GEO.03.06.02
3282   GEO.03.06.03
3283   GEO.03.06.04
3284    GEO.03.06.05
3285    GEO.03.06.06
3286    GEO.03.06.07
3287    GEO.03.06.08
3288    GEO.03.06.09
3289    GEO.03.07.01
3290    GEO.03.07.02
3291    GEO.03.07.03
3292    GEO.03.07.04
3293    GEO.03.07.05
3294    GEO.03.07.06
3295    GEO.03.07.07
3296    GEO.03.07.08
3297    GEO.04.08.01
3298    GEO.04.08.02
3299    GEO.04.08.03
3300    GEO.04.08.04
3301    GEO.04.09.01
3302    GEO.04.09.02
3303    GEO.04.09.03
3304    GEO.04.09.04
3305    GEO.04.09.05
3306    GEO.04.09.06
3307    GEO.04.10.01
3308    GEO.04.10.02
3309    GEO.04.10.03
3310    GEO.04.10.04
3311    GEO.04.10.05
3312    GEO.04.10.06
3313    GEO.04.11.01
3314    GEO.04.11.02
3315    GEO.04.11.03
3316    GEO.04.11.04
3317    HSAM.1.01.1
3318    HSAM.1.01.2
3319    HSAM.1.01.3
3320    HSAM.1.01.4
3321    HSAM.1.02.1
3322    HSAM.1.02.2
3323    HSAM.1.02.3
3324    HSAM.1.02.4
3325    HSAM.1.02.5
3326    HSAM.2.03.1
3327    HSAM.2.03.2
3328    HSAM.2.03.3
3329    HSAM.2.04.1
3330    HSAM.2.04.2
3331    HSAM.2.04.3
19812   esb.3.III.B.3
6006   HC.7.5.2.a
6005   HC.7.5.2
6003   HC.7.5.1.c
6004   HC.7.5.1.d
6002   HC.7.5.1.b
6001   HC.7.5.1.a
5998   HC.7.4.3.d
5999   HC.7.4.3.e
6000   HC.7.5.1
5995   HC.7.4.3.a
5996   HC.7.4.3.b
5997   HC.7.4.3.c
5994   HC.7.4.3
5993   HC.7.4.2.g
5992   HC.7.4.2.f
5989   HC.7.4.2.c
5991   HC.7.4.2.e
5990   HC.7.4.2.d
5988   HC.7.4.2.b
5985   HC.7.4.1.c
5986   HC.7.4.2
5987   HC.7.4.2.a
5984   HC.7.4.1.b
5983   HC.7.4.1.a
5982   HC.7.4.1
5981   HC.7.3.1.e
5980   HC.7.3.1.d
5979   HC.7.3.1.c
5978   HC.7.3.1.b
5977   HC.7.3.1.a
5976   HC.7.3.1
5975   HC.7.2.1.e
5973   HC.7.2.1.c
5974   HC.7.2.1.d
5971   HC.7.2.1.a
5972   HC.7.2.1.b
5970   HC.7.2.1
5968   HC.7.1.2.e
5969   HC.7.1.2.f
5967   HC.7.1.2.d
5962   HC.7.1.1.e
5963   HC.7.1.2
5964   HC.7.1.2.a
5965   HC.7.1.2.b
5966   HC.7.1.2.c
5961   HC.7.1.1.d
5960   HC.7.1.1.c
5959   HC.7.1.1.b
5956   HC.6.4.5.d
5957   HC.7.1.1
5958   HC.7.1.1.a
5955   HC.6.4.5.c
5952   HC.6.4.5
5946   HC.6.4.3.e
5947   HC.6.4.3.f
5953   HC.6.4.5.a
5954   HC.6.4.5.b
5948   HC.6.4.3.g
5949   HC.6.4.4
5950   HC.6.4.4.a
5951   HC.6.4.4.b
5945   HC.6.4.3.d
5938   HC.6.4.2.b
5939   HC.6.4.2.c
5940   HC.6.4.2.d
5941   HC.6.4.3
5942   HC.6.4.3.a
5943   HC.6.4.3.b
5944   HC.6.4.3.c
5929   HC.6.4.1
5930   HC.6.4.1.a
5931   HC.6.4.1.b
5932   HC.6.4.1.c
5933   HC.6.4.1.d
5934   HC.6.4.1.e
5935   HC.6.4.1.f
5936   HC.6.4.2
5937   HC.6.4.2.a
5918   HC.6.3.5.d
5919   HC.6.3.5.e
5920   HC.6.3.6
5921   HC.6.3.6.a
5922   HC.6.3.6.b
5923   HC.6.3.6.c
5924   HC.6.3.6.d
5925   HC.6.3.7
5926   HC.6.3.7.a
5927   HC.6.3.7.b
5928   HC.6.3.7.c
5915   HC.6.3.5.a
5916   HC.6.3.5.b
5917   HC.6.3.5.c
5913   HC.6.3.4.b
5914   HC.6.3.5
5907   HC.6.3.2.h
5908   HC.6.3.3
5909   HC.6.3.3.a
5910   HC.6.3.3.b
5911    HC.6.3.4
5912    HC.6.3.4.a
5901    HC.6.3.2.b
5902    HC.6.3.2.c
5903    HC.6.3.2.d
5904    HC.6.3.2.e
5905    HC.6.3.2.f
5906    HC.6.3.2.g
5898    HC.6.3.1.c
5899    HC.6.3.2
5900    HC.6.3.2.a
5895    HC.6.3.1
5896    HC.6.3.1.a
5897    HC.6.3.1.b
5889    HC.6.2.4.a
5890    HC.6.2.4.b
5891    HC.6.2.4.c
5892    HC.6.2.5
5893    HC.6.2.5.a
5894    HC.6.2.5.b
5886    HC.6.2.3.d
5887    HC.6.2.3.e
5888    HC.6.2.4
5884    HC.6.2.3.b
5885    HC.6.2.3.c
5881    HC.6.2.2.b
5882    HC.6.2.3
5883    HC.6.2.3.a
5879    HC.6.2.2
5880    HC.6.2.2.a
5877    HC.6.2.1.d
5878    HC.6.2.1.e
5873    HC.6.2.1
5874    HC.6.2.1.a
5875    HC.6.2.1.b
5876    HC.6.2.1.c
5868    HC.6.1.2.b
5869    HC.6.1.2.c
5870    HC.6.1.2.d
5871    HC.6.1.2.e
35840   esolpk1.2.14.i.c
35841   esolpk1.2.14.i.d
35839   esolpk1.2.14.i.b
35837   esolpk1.2.13.i.o
35838   esolpk1.2.14.i.a
35835   esolpk1.2.13.i.m
35836   esolpk1.2.13.i.n
35831   esolpk1.2.13.i.i
35832   esolpk1.2.13.i.j
35833   esolpk1.2.13.i.k
35834   esolpk1.2.13.i.l
35827   esolpk1.2.13.i.e
35828   esolpk1.2.13.i.f
35829   esolpk1.2.13.i.g
35830   esolpk1.2.13.i.h
35825   esolpk1.2.13.i.c
35826   esolpk1.2.13.i.d
35821   esolpk1.2.12.i.f
35822   esolpk1.2.12.i.g
35823   esolpk1.2.13.i.a
35824   esolpk1.2.13.i.b
35819   esolpk1.2.12.i.d
35820   esolpk1.2.12.i.e
35816   esolpk1.2.12.i.a
35817   esolpk1.2.12.i.b
35818   esolpk1.2.12.i.c
5872    HC.6.1.2.f
35811   esolpk1.2.10.i.c
35812   esolpk1.2.10.i.d
35813   esolpk1.2.11.i.a
35814   esolpk1.2.11.i.b
35815   esolpk1.2.11.i.c
35808   esolpk1.2.9.i.d
35809   esolpk1.2.10.i.a
35810   esolpk1.2.10.i.b
35807   esolpk1.2.9.i.c
35805   esolpk1.2.9.i.a
35806   esolpk1.2.9.i.b
35803   esolpk1.2.8.i.b
35804   esolpk1.2.8.i.c
35801   esolpk1.2.7.i.g
35802   esolpk1.2.8.i.a
35799   esolpk1.2.7.i.e
35800   esolpk1.2.7.i.f
35798   esolpk1.2.7.i.d
35797   esolpk1.2.7.i.c
35795   esolpk1.2.7.i.a
35796   esolpk1.2.7.i.b
35793   esolpk1.2.6.i.b
35794   esolpk1.2.6.i.c
35790   esolpk1.2.5.i.h
35791   esolpk1.2.5.i.i
35792   esolpk1.2.6.i.a
35786   esolpk1.2.5.i.d
35787   esolpk1.2.5.i.e
35788   esolpk1.2.5.i.f
35789   esolpk1.2.5.i.g
35785   esolpk1.2.5.i.c
35782   esolpk1.2.4.i.j
35783   esolpk1.2.5.i.a
35784   esolpk1.2.5.i.b
35781   esolpk1.2.4.i.i
35780   esolpk1.2.4.i.h
35779   esolpk1.2.4.i.g
35778   esolpk1.2.4.i.f
35777   esolpk1.2.4.i.e
35776   esolpk1.2.4.i.d
35775   esolpk1.2.4.i.c
35774   esolpk1.2.4.i.b
35773   esolpk1.2.4.i.a
35772   esolpk1.1.3.i.s
35771   esolpk1.1.3.i.r
35770   esolpk1.1.3.i.q
35769   esolpk1.1.3.i.p
35767   esolpk1.1.3.i.n
35768   esolpk1.1.3.i.o
35765   esolpk1.1.3.i.l
35766   esolpk1.1.3.i.m
35764   esolpk1.1.3.i.k
35762   esolpk1.1.3.i.i
35763   esolpk1.1.3.i.j
35760   esolpk1.1.3.i.g
35761   esolpk1.1.3.i.h
35759   esolpk1.1.3.i.f
35758   esolpk1.1.3.i.e
35757   esolpk1.1.3.i.d
35756   esolpk1.1.3.i.c
35755   esolpk1.1.3.i.b
35753   esolpk1.1.2.i.p
35754   esolpk1.1.3.i.a
35752   esolpk1.1.2.i.o
35751   esolpk1.1.2.i.n
35750   esolpk1.1.2.i.m
35749   esolpk1.1.2.i.l
35747   esolpk1.1.2.i.j
35748   esolpk1.1.2.i.k
35746   esolpk1.1.2.i.i
35744   esolpk1.1.2.i.g
35745   esolpk1.1.2.i.h
35742   esolpk1.1.2.i.e
35743   esolpk1.1.2.i.f
35740   esolpk1.1.2.i.c
35741   esolpk1.1.2.i.d
35738   esolpk1.1.2.i.a
35739   esolpk1.1.2.i.b
35736   esolpk1.1.1.i.u
35737   esolpk1.1.1.i.v
35733   esolpk1.1.1.i.r
35734   esolpk1.1.1.i.s
35735   esolpk1.1.1.i.t
35731   esolpk1.1.1.i.p
35732   esolpk1.1.1.i.q
35729   esolpk1.1.1.i.n
35730   esolpk1.1.1.i.o
35728   esolpk1.1.1.i.m
35727   esolpk1.1.1.i.l
35726   esolpk1.1.1.i.k
35723   esolpk1.1.1.i.g
35724   esolpk1.1.1.i.h
35725   esolpk1.1.1.i.ij
35721   esolpk1.1.1.i.e
35722   esolpk1.1.1.i.f
35719   esolpk1.1.1.i.c
35720   esolpk1.1.1.i.d
35718   esolpk1.1.1.i.b
35717   esolpk1.1.1.i.a
35713   els.EE.3.L07
35714   els.EE.4.L00
35715   els.EE.4.L01
35716   els.EE.4.L02
35711   els.EE.3.L05
35712   els.EE.3.L06
35706   els.EE.3.L00
35707   els.EE.3.L01
35708   els.EE.3.L02
35709   els.EE.3.L03
35710   els.EE.3.L04
35703   els.EE.2.L01
35704   els.EE.2.L02
35705   els.EE.2.L03
35699   els.EE.1.L04
35700   els.EE.1.L05
35701   els.EE.1.L06
35702   els.EE.2.L00
35696   els.EE.1.L01
35697   els.EE.1.L02
35698   els.EE.1.L03
35695   els.EE.1.L00
35693   ICP.SP.10.g
35694   MAR.SP.10.g
35692   FOR.SP.10.g
35691   ENV.SP.10.g
35690   ASTR.SP.10.g
35689   ANAT.SP.10.g
35688   PHY.SP.10.g
35686   MAR.SP.10.f
35687   CHE.SP.10.g
35685   ICP.SP.10.f
35683   ENV.SP.10.f
35684   FOR.SP.10.f
35682   ASTR.SP.10.f
35679   CHE.SP.10.f
35680   PHY.SP.10.f
35681   ANAT.SP.10.f
35678   MAR.SP.10.e
35677   ICP.SP.10.e
35676   FOR.SP.10.e
35675   ENV.SP.10.e
35672   PHY.SP.10.e
35673   ANAT.SP.10.e
35674   ASTR.SP.10.e
5867    HC.6.1.2.a
5866    HC.6.1.2
4547    Tech.1.1.1.Sys.a.1
4548    Tech.1.1.1.Sys.a.2
4549    Tech.1.1.1.Sys.a.3
4550    Tech.1.1.2.Tec.a.1
4551    Tech.1.1.2.Tec.a.2
4552    Tech.1.1.2.Tec.a.3
4553    Tech.1.1.2.Leg.a.1
4554    Tech.1.1.2.Leg.a.2
4555    Tech.1.1.2.Leg.a.3
4556    Tech.1.1.2.Leg.a.4
4557    Tech.1.1.2.Leg.a.5
4558    Tech.1.1.2.Leg.a.6
4559    Tech.1.1.3.Inc.a.2
4560    Tech.1.2.2.Tec.a.1
4561    Tech.1.2.2.Tec.a.2
4562    Tech.1.2.2.Tec.a.3
4563    Tech.1.2.2.Leg.b.1
4564    Tech.1.2.2.Leg.b.2
4565    Tech.1.2.2.Leg.c.1
4566    Tech.1.2.2.Leg.c.2
4567    Tech.1.2.2.Leg.c.3
4568    Tech.1.2.3.Inc.a.1
4569    Tech.1.2.3.Inc.a.3
4570    Tech.1.2.3.Inc.a.4
4571    Tech.1.2.3.Inc.a.5
4572    Tech.1.2.3.Inc.a.6
4573    Tech.1.2.5.Loc.a.1
4574    Tech.1.2.5.Loc.a.2
4575    Tech.1.2.5.Loc.a.3
4576    Tech.1.3.3.Lea.a.1
4577    Tech.1.3.3.Lea.a.2
4578    Tech.1.3.3.Lea.a.3
4579   Tech.1.3.3.Col.a.1
4580   Tech.1.3.4.Exp.a.1
4581   Tech.1.3.4.Exp.a.2
4582   Tech.1.3.5.Org.a.1
4583   Tech.1.3.5.Org.a.2
4584   Tech.1.3.5.Org.a.3
4585   Tech.1.4.3.Col.a.2
4586   Tech.1.4.3.Col.a.3
4587   Tech.1.4.4.Com.a.1
4588   Tech.1.4.4.Com.a.2
4589   Tech.1.4.4.Com.a.3
4590   Tech.1.4.4.Com.b.1
4591   Tech.1.4.4.Com.b.2
4592   Tech.2.1.1.Sys.a.1
4593   Tech.2.1.1.Sys.a.2
4594   Tech.2.1.1.Sys.a.3
4595   Tech.2.1.2.Leg.a.1
4596   Tech.2.1.2.Leg.a.2
4597   Tech.2.1.2.Leg.a.3
4598   Tech.2.1.2.Leg.a.4
4599   Tech.2.1.2.Leg.a.5
4600   Tech.2.1.2.Leg.a.6
4601   Tech.2.1.3.Inc.a.2
4602   Tech.2.2.2.Tec.a.1
4603   Tech.2.2.2.Tec.a.2
4604   Tech.2.2.2.Tec.a.3
4605   Tech.2.2.2.Leg.b.1
4606   Tech.2.2.2.Leg.b.2
4607   Tech.2.2.2.Leg.b.3
4608   Tech.2.2.2.Leg.b.4
4609   Tech.2.2.2.Leg.b.5
4610   Tech.2.2.2.Leg.c.1
4611   Tech.2.2.2.Leg.c.2
4612   Tech.2.2.2.Leg.c.3
4613   Tech.2.2.2.Leg.c.4
4614   Tech.2.2.3.Inc.a.1
4615   Tech.2.2.3.Inc.a.3
4616   Tech.2.2.3.Inc.a.4
4617   Tech.2.2.3.Inc.a.5
4618   Tech.2.2.5.Loc.a.1
4619   Tech.2.2.5.Loc.a.2
4620   Tech.2.2.5.Loc.a.3
4621   Tech.2.3.3.Lea.a.1
4622   Tech.2.3.3.Lea.a.2
4623   Tech.2.3.3.Lea.a.3
4624   Tech.2.3.3.Lea.a.4
4625   Tech.2.3.3.Lea.a.5
4626   Tech.2.3.3.Col.a.1
4627   Tech.2.3.4.Exp.a.1
4628   Tech.2.3.4.Exp.a.2
4629   Tech.2.3.4.Exp.a.3
4630   Tech.2.3.5.Org.a.1
4631   Tech.2.3.5.Org.a.2
4632   Tech.2.3.5.Org.a.3
4633   Tech.2.3.5.Org.a.4
4634   Tech.2.4.3.Col.a.2
4635   Tech.2.4.3.Col.a.3
4636   Tech.2.4.4.Com.a.1
4637   Tech.2.4.4.Com.a.2
4638   Tech.2.4.4.Com.a.3
4639   Tech.2.4.4.Com.b.1
4640   Tech.2.4.4.Com.b.2
4641   Tech.3.1.1.Sys.a.1
4642   Tech.3.1.1.Sys.a.2
4643   Tech.3.1.1.Sys.a.3
4644   Tech.3.1.1.Sys.a.4
4645   Tech.3.1.2.Leg.a.1
4646   Tech.3.1.2.Leg.a.2
4647   Tech.3.1.2.Leg.a.3
4648   Tech.3.1.2.Leg.a.4
4649   Tech.3.1.2.Leg.a.5
4650   Tech.3.1.2.Leg.a.6
4651   Tech.3.1.3.Inc.a.2
4652   Tech.3.2.2.Tec.a.1
4653   Tech.3.2.2.Tec.a.2
4654   Tech.3.2.2.Tec.a.3
4655   Tech.3.2.2.Leg.b.1
4656   Tech.3.2.2.Leg.b.2
4657   Tech.3.2.2.Leg.b.3
4658   Tech.3.2.2.Leg.b.4
4659   Tech.3.2.2.Leg.b.5
4660   Tech.3.2.2.Leg.c.1
4661   Tech.3.2.2.Leg.c.2
4662   Tech.3.2.2.Leg.c.3
4663   Tech.3.2.2.Leg.c.4
4664   Tech.3.2.2.Leg.c.5
4665   Tech.3.2.3.Inc.a.1
4666   Tech.3.2.3.Inc.a.3
4667   Tech.3.2.3.Inc.a.4
4668   Tech.3.2.3.Inc.a.5
4669   Tech.3.2.5.Loc.a.1
4670   Tech.3.2.5.Loc.a.2
4671   Tech.3.2.5.Loc.a.3
4672   Tech.3.2.5.Loc.a.4
4673   Tech.3.2.5.Loc.a.5
4674   Tech.3.2.5.Loc.a.6
4675   Tech.3.3.3.Lea.a.1
4676   Tech.3.3.3.Lea.a.2
4677   Tech.3.3.3.Lea.a.3
4678   Tech.3.3.3.Lea.a.4
4679   Tech.3.3.3.Lea.a.5
4680   Tech.3.3.3.Col.a.1
4681   Tech.3.3.4.Exp.a.1
4682   Tech.3.3.4.Exp.a.2
4683   Tech.3.3.4.Exp.a.3
4684   Tech.3.3.5.Org.a.1
4685   Tech.3.3.5.Org.a.2
4686   Tech.3.3.5.Org.a.3
4687   Tech.3.3.5.Org.a.4
4688   Tech.3.4.3.Col.a.2
4689   Tech.3.4.3.Col.a.3
4690   Tech.3.4.3.Col.a.4
4691   Tech.3.4.4.Com.a.1
4692   Tech.3.4.4.Com.a.2
4693   Tech.3.4.4.Com.a.3
4694   Tech.3.4.4.Com.b.1
4695   Tech.3.4.4.Com.b.2
4696   Tech.4.1.1.Sys.a.1
4697   Tech.4.1.1.Sys.a.2
4698   Tech.4.1.1.Sys.a.3
4699   Tech.4.1.2.Leg.a.1
4700   Tech.4.1.2.Leg.a.2
4701   Tech.4.1.2.Leg.a.3
4702   Tech.4.1.2.Leg.a.4
4703   Tech.4.1.2.Leg.a.5
4704   Tech.4.1.2.Leg.a.6
4705   Tech.4.1.3.Inc.a.2
4706   Tech.4.2.2.Tec.a.1
4707   Tech.4.2.2.Tec.a.2
4708   Tech.4.2.2.Tec.a.3
4709   Tech.4.2.2.Tec.a.4
4710   Tech.4.2.2.Leg.b.1
4711   Tech.4.2.2.Leg.b.2
4712   Tech.4.2.2.Leg.b.3
4713   Tech.4.2.2.Leg.b.4
4714   Tech.4.2.2.Leg.b.5
4715   Tech.4.2.2.Leg.c.1
4716   Tech.4.2.2.Leg.c.2
4717   Tech.4.2.2.Leg.c.3
4718   Tech.4.2.2.Leg.c.4
4719   Tech.4.2.2.Leg.c.5
4720   Tech.4.2.3.Inc.a.1
4721   Tech.4.2.3.Inc.a.3
4722   Tech.4.2.3.Inc.a.4
4723   Tech.4.2.3.Inc.a.5
4724   Tech.4.2.3.Inc.a.6
4725   Tech.4.2.5.Loc.a.1
4726   Tech.4.2.5.Loc.a.2
4727   Tech.4.2.5.Loc.a.3
4728   Tech.4.2.5.Loc.a.4
4729   Tech.4.2.5.Loc.a.5
4730   Tech.4.3.3.Lea.a.1
4731   Tech.4.3.3.Lea.a.2
4732   Tech.4.3.3.Lea.a.3
4733   Tech.4.3.3.Lea.a.4
4734   Tech.4.3.3.Lea.a.5
4735   Tech.4.3.3.Enc.a.1
4736   Tech.4.3.4.Exp.a.1
4737   Tech.4.3.4.Exp.a.2
4738   Tech.4.3.4.Exp.a.3
4739   Tech.4.3.5.Org.a.1
4740   Tech.4.3.5.Org.a.2
4741   Tech.4.3.5.Org.a.3
4742   Tech.4.3.5.Org.a.4
4743   Tech.4.4.3.Enc.a.2
4744   Tech.4.4.3.Enc.a.3
4745   Tech.4.4.4.Com.a.1
4746   Tech.4.4.4.Com.a.2
4747   Tech.4.4.4.Com.b.1
4748   Tech.4.4.4.Com.b.2
4749   Tech.5.1.1.Sys.a.1
4750   Tech.5.1.1.Sys.a.2
4751   Tech.5.1.1.Sys.a.3
4752   Tech.5.1.2.Leg.a.1
4753   Tech.5.1.2.Leg.a.2
4754   Tech.5.1.2.Leg.a.3
4755   Tech.5.1.2.Leg.a.4
4756   Tech.5.1.2.Leg.a.5
4757   Tech.5.1.2.Leg.a.6
4758   Tech.5.1.2.Leg.b.1
4759   Tech.5.1.3.Inc.a.2
4760   Tech.5.1.3.Inc.a.5
4761   Tech.5.1.4.Com.a.3
4762   Tech.5.1.4.Exp.a.1
4763   Tech.5.2.2.Tec.a.1
4764   Tech.5.2.2.Tec.a.2
4765   Tech.5.2.2.Tec.a.3
4766   Tech.5.2.2.Tec.a.4
4767   Tech.5.2.2.Leg.b.2
4768   Tech.5.2.2.Leg.b.3
4769   Tech.5.2.2.Leg.c.1
4770   Tech.5.2.2.Leg.c.2
4771   Tech.5.2.2.Leg.c.3
4772   Tech.5.2.2.Leg.c.4
4773   Tech.5.2.2.Leg.c.5
4774   Tech.5.2.3.Inc.a.1
4775   Tech.5.2.3.Inc.a.3
4776   Tech.5.2.3.Inc.a.6
4777   Tech.5.2.5.Loc.a.1
4778   Tech.5.2.5.Loc.a.2
4779   Tech.5.2.5.Loc.a.4
4780   Tech.5.2.5.Loc.a.5
4781   Tech.5.3.3.Lea.a.1
4782   Tech.5.3.3.Lea.a.2
4783   Tech.5.3.3.Lea.a.3
4784   Tech.5.3.3.Inc.a.4
4785   Tech.5.3.4.Exp.a.2
4786   Tech.5.3.4.Exp.a.3
4787   Tech.5.3.5.Org.a.1
4788   Tech.5.3.5.Org.a.2
4789   Tech.5.3.5.Org.a.3
4790   Tech.5.3.5.Org.a.4
4791   Tech.5.4.3.Enc.a.1
4792   Tech.5.4.3.Enc.a.2
4793   Tech.5.4.3.Enc.a.3
4794   Tech.5.4.4.Exp.a.1
4795   Tech.5.4.4.Exp.a.2
4796   Tech.5.4.4.Exp.a.3
4797   Tech.5.4.4.Com.a.1
4798   Tech.5.4.4.Com.a.2
4799   Tech.5.4.5.Loc.a.3
4800   Tech.K.1.1.Sys.a.1
4801   Tech.K.1.1.Sys.a.2
4802   Tech.K.1.1.Sys.a.3
4803   Tech.K.1.1.Sys.a.4
4804   Tech.K.1.2.Leg.a.1
4805   Tech.K.1.2.Leg.a.2
4806   Tech.K.1.2.Leg.a.3
4807   Tech.K.1.2.Leg.a.4
4808   Tech.K.1.2.Leg.a.5
4809   Tech.K.2.2.Tec.a.1
4810   Tech.K.2.2.Tec.a.2
4811   Tech.K.2.2.Tec.a.3
4812   Tech.K.2.2.Leg.b.1
4813   Tech.K.2.2.Leg.c.1
4814   Tech.K.2.3.Inc.a.1
4815   Tech.K.2.3.Inc.a.2
4816   Tech.K.2.5.Loc.a.1
4817   Tech.K.2.5.Loc.a.2
4818   Tech.K.2.5.Loc.a.3
4819   Tech.K.3.3.Lea.a.1
4820   Tech.K.3.3.Lea.a.2
4821   Tech.K.3.3.Lea.a.3
4822   Tech.K.3.3.Col.a.1
4823   Tech.K.3.4.Exp.a.1
4824   Tech.K.3.4.Exp.a.2
4825   Tech.K.3.5.Org.a.1
4826   Tech.K.4.3.Col.a.2
4827   Tech.K.4.3.Col.a.3
4828   Tech.K.4.4.Com.a.1
4829   Tech.K.4.4.Com.a.2
4830   Tech.K.4.4.Com.b.1
4831   ADA.1.02.07
4832   ADA.1.03.03
4874   CON.3.07.03
4875   CON.4.08.01
4876   CON.4.08.02
4877   CON.4.08.03
4878   CON.4.08.04
4879   CON.4.08.05
4880   CON.4.08.06
4881   CON.4.09.01
4882   CON.4.09.02
4939   ES.9.2.2
4938   ES.9.2.1.c
4937   ES.9.2.1.b
4936   ES.9.2.1.a
4935   ES.9.2.1
4934   ES.9.1.3.e
4933   ES.9.1.3.d
4932   ES.9.1.3.c
4931   ES.9.1.3.b
4930   ES.9.1.3.a
4929   ES.9.1.3
4927   ES.9.1.2.c
4928   ES.9.1.2.d
4926   ES.9.1.2.b
4925   ES.9.1.2.a
4922   ES.9.1.1.b
4924   ES.9.1.2
4923   ES.9.1.1.c
4921   ES.9.1.1.a
4920   ES.9.1.1
4940   ES.9.2.2.a
4941   ES.9.2.2.b
4942   ES.9.2.2.c
4943   ES.9.2.2.d
4944   ES.9.2.2.e
4945   ES.9.2.3
4946   ES.9.2.3.a
4947   ES.9.2.3.b
4948   ES.9.2.3.c
4949   ES.9.2.4
4950   ES.9.2.4.a
4951   ES.9.2.4.b
4952   ES.9.2.4.c
4953   ES.9.2.4.d
4954   ES.9.3.1
4955   ES.9.3.1.a
4956   ES.9.3.1.b
4957   ES.9.3.1.c
4958   ES.9.3.2
4959   ES.9.3.2.a
4960   ES.9.3.2.b
4961   ES.9.3.2.c
4962   ES.9.3.2.d
4963   ES.9.3.2.e
4964   ES.9.3.3
4965   ES.9.3.3.a
4966   ES.9.3.3.b
4967   ES.9.3.3.c
4968   ES.9.3.3.d
4969   ES.9.3.4
4970   ES.9.3.4.a
4971   ES.9.3.4.b
4972   ES.9.3.4.c
4973   ES.9.3.4.d
4974   ES.9.3.4.e
4975   ES.9.3.4.f
4976   ES.9.3.5
4977   ES.9.3.5.a
4978   ES.9.3.5.b
4979   ES.9.4.1
4980   ES.9.4.1.a
4981   ES.9.4.1.b
4982   ES.9.4.1.c
4983   ES.9.4.2
4984   ES.9.4.2.a
4985   ES.9.4.2.b
4986   ES.9.4.2.c
4987   ES.9.4.2.d
4988   ES.9.4.2.e
4989   ES.9.4.2.f
4990   ES.9.4.2.g
4991   ES.9.4.2.h
4992   ES.9.4.3
4993   ES.9.4.3.a
4994   ES.9.4.3.b
4995   ES.9.4.3.c
4996   ES.9.4.3.d
4997   ES.9.4.3.e
4998   ES.9.4.3.f
4999   ES.9.4.3.g
5089    sss.1052.01
5088    sss.1052.00
5087    sss.1051.13
5083    sss.1051.09
5084    sss.1051.10
5085    sss.1051.11
5086    sss.1051.12
5082    sss.1051.08
5081    sss.1051.07
5080    sss.1051.061
5079    sss.1051.05
5078    sss.1051.04
5077    sss.1051.03
5075    sss.1051.01
5076    sss.1051.02
5074    sss.1051.00
5072    sss.1050.08
5073    sss.1050.09
5070    sss.1050.06
5071    sss.1050.07
5069    sss.1050.05
5068    sss.1050.04
5066    sss.1050.02
5067    sss.1050.03
5064    sss.1050.00
5065    sss.1050.01
5090    sss.1052.02
5091    sss.1051.03
5092    sss.1052.04
5093    sss.1053.00
31262   saw.2.2.b
31261   saw.2.2.a
31259   saw.2.1.c
31260   saw.2.1.d
31258   saw.2.1.b
31257   saw.2.1.a
31255   saw.1.3.a
31256   saw.1.4.a
31254   saw.1.2.c
31253   saw.1.2.b
31252   saw.1.2.a
5104    sss.1051.00
5105    sss.1051.01
5106    sss.1051.02
5107    sss.1051.03
5108    sss.1051.04
5109    sss.1051.05
5110    sss.1051.061
5111    sss.1051.07
5112   sss.1051.08
5113   sss.1051.09
5114   sss.1051.10
5115   sss.1051.11
5116   sss.1051.12
5117   sss.1051.13
5118   sss.1052.00
5119   sss.1052.01
5120   sss.1052.02
5121   sss.1051.03
5122   sss.1052.04
5123   sss.1053.00
5124   sss.1053.01
5125   sss.1053.02
5126   sss.1053.03
5127   sss.1053.04
5128   sss.1053.05
5129   sss.1053.06
5130   sss.1053.07
5131   sss.1054.00
5132   sss.1054.01
5133   sss.1054.02
5134   sss.1054.03
5135   sss.1054.04
5136   sss.1054.05
5137   sss.1054.06
5138   sss.1054.07
5139   sss.1054.08
5140   sss.1054.09
5141   sss.1055.00
5142   sss.1055.01
5143   sss.1055.02
5144   sss.1055.03
5145   sss.1055.04
5146   sss.1055.05
5147   sss.1055.06
5148   sss.1056.00
5149   sss.1056.01
5150   sss.1056.02
5151   sss.1057.00
5152   sss.1057.01
5153   sss.1057.02
5154   sss.1057.03
5155   sss.1058.00
5156   sss.1058.01
5157   sss.1058.02
5158   sss.1058.03
5159   sss.1058.04
5160   sss.1058.05
5161   sss.1058.06
5162   sss.1058.07
5163   sss.1058.08
5164   sss.1059.00
5165   sss.1059.01
5166   sss.1059.02
5167   sss.1059.03
5168   sss.1059.04
5169   sss.1059.05
5170   sss.1059.06
5171   sss.1059.07
5172   sss.1059.08
5173   sss.1060.00
5174   sss.1060.01
5175   sss.1060.02
5176   sss.1060.03
5177   sss.1060.04
5178   sss.1060.05
5179   sss.1060.06
5180   sss.1060.07
5181   sss.1060.08
5182   sss.1060.09
5183   sss.1060.10
5184   sss.1061.00
5185   sss.1061.01
5186   sss.1061.02
5187   sss.1061.03
5188   sss.1061.04
5189   sss.1061.05
5190   sss.1061.06
5191   sss.1062.00
5192   sss.1062.01
5193   sss.1062.02
5194   sss.1062.03
5195   sss.1062.04
5196   sss.1062.05
5197   sss.1063.00
5198   sss.1063.01
5199   sss.1063.02
5200   sss.1064.00
5201   sss.1064.01
5202   sss.1064.02
5203   sss.1064.03
5204   sss.1064.04
5205   sss.1064.05
5206   sss.1064.06
5207   sss.1064.07
5208   sss.1064.08
5209   sss.1065.00
5210    sss.1065.01
5211    sss.1065.02
5212    sss.1065.03
5213    sss.1065.04
5214    sss.1065.05
5215    sss.1065.06
5216    sss.1066.00
5217    sss.1066.01
5218    sss.1066.02
5219    sss.1066.03
5220    sss.1066.04
5221    sss.1066.05
5222    sss.1066.06
5865    HC.6.1.1.c
5864    HC.6.1.1.b
35671   CHE.SP.10.e
5862    HC.6.1.1
5863    HC.6.1.1.a
35669   ICP.SP.10.d
35670   MAR.SP.10.d
35665   ANAT.SP.10.d
35666   ASTR.SP.10.d
35667   ENV.SP.10.d
35668   FOR.SP.10.d
35661   ICP.SP.10.c
35662   MAR.SP.10.c
35663   CHE.SP.10.d
35664   PHY.SP.10.d
35660   FOR.SP.10.c
35659   ENV.SP.10.c
35658   ASTR.SP.10.c
35657   ANAT.SP.10.c
35655   CHE.SP.10.c
35656   PHY.SP.10.c
35654   MAR.SP.10.b
35653   ICP.SP.10.b
35650   ASTR.SP.10.b
35651   ENV.SP.10.b
35652   FOR.SP.10.b
35648   PHY.SP.10.b
35649   ANAT.SP.10.b
35644   FOR.SP.10.a
35645   ICP.SP.10.a
35646   MAR.SP.10.a
35647   CHE.SP.10.b
35642   ASTR.SP.10.a
35643   ENV.SP.10.a
35637   ICP.SP.10
35638   MAR.SP.10
35639   CHE.SP.10.a
35640   PHY.SP.10.a
35641   ANAT.SP.10.a
35627   ENV.SP.09.d
35628   FOR.SP.09.d
35629   ICP.SP.09.d
35630   MAR.SP.09.d
35631   CHE.SP.10
35632   PHY.SP.10
35633   ANAT.SP.10
35634   ASTR.SP.10
35635   ENV.SP.10
35636   FOR.SP.10
35625   ANAT.SP.09.d
35626   ASTR.SP.09.d
35623   CHE.SP.09.d
35624   PHY.SP.09.d
35609   ANAT.SP.09.b
35610   ASTR.SP.09.b
35611   ENV.SP.09.b
35612   FOR.SP.09.b
35613   ICP.SP.09.b
35614   MAR.SP.09.b
35615   CHE.SP.09.c
35616   PHY.SP.09.c
35617   ANAT.SP.09.c
35618   ASTR.SP.09.c
35619   ENV.SP.09.c
35620   FOR.SP.09.c
35621   ICP.SP.09.c
35622   MAR.SP.09.c
35603   ENV.SP.09.a
35604   FOR.SP.09.a
35605   ICP.SP.09.a
35606   MAR.SP.09.a
35607   CHE.SP.09.b
35608   PHY.SP.09.b
35598   MAR.SP.09
35599   CHE.SP.09.a
35600   PHY.SP.09.a
35601   ANAT.SP.09.a
35602   ASTR.SP.09.a
35597   ICP.SP.09
35591   CHE.SP.09
35592   PHY.SP.09
35593   ANAT.SP.09
35594   ASTR.SP.09
35595   ENV.SP.09
35596   FOR.SP.09
35586   ASTR.SP.08.g
35587   ENV.SP.08.g
35588   FOR.SP.08.g
35589   ICP.SP.08.g
35590   MAR.SP.08.g
35582   MAR.SP.08.f
35583   CHE.SP.08.g
35584   PHY.SP.08.g
35585   ANAT.SP.08.g
35581   ICP.SP.08.f
35579   ENV.SP.08.f
35580   FOR.SP.08.f
35572   FOR.SP.08.e
35573   ICP.SP.08.e
35574   MAR.SP.08.e
35575   CHE.SP.08.f
35576   PHY.SP.08.f
35577   ANAT.SP.08.f
35578   ASTR.SP.08.f
35564   FOR.SP.08.d
35565   ICP.SP.08.d
35566   MAR.SP.08.d
35567   CHE.SP.08.e
35568   PHY.SP.08.e
35569   ANAT.SP.08.e
35570   ASTR.SP.08.e
35571   ENV.SP.08.e
35555   ENV.SP.08.c
35556   FOR.SP.08.c
35557   ICP.SP.08.c
35558   MAR.SP.08.c
35559   CHE.SP.08.d
35560   PHY.SP.08.d
35561   ANAT.SP.08.d
35562   ASTR.SP.08.d
35563   ENV.SP.08.d
35551   CHE.SP.08.c
35552   PHY.SP.08.c
35553   ANAT.SP.08.c
35554   ASTR.SP.08.c
35550   MAR.SP.08.b
35547   ENV.SP.08.b
35548   FOR.SP.08.b
35549   ICP.SP.08.b
35545   ANAT.SP.08.b
35546   ASTR.SP.08.b
35543   CHE.SP.08.b
35544   PHY.SP.08.b
35542   MAR.SP.08.a
35541   ICP.SP.08.a
35538   ASTR.SP.08.a
35539   ENV.SP.08.a
35540   FOR.SP.08.a
35536   PHY.SP.08.a
35537   ANAT.SP.08.a
35535   CHE.SP.08.a
35533   ICP.SP.08
35534   MAR.SP.08
35532   FOR.SP.08
35530   ASTR.SP.08
35531   ENV.SP.08
35526   MAR.SP.07.h
35527   CHE.SP.08
35528   PHY.SP.08
35529   ANAT.SP.08
35525   ICP.SP.07.h
35523   ENV.SP.07.h
35524   FOR.SP.07.h
35522   ASTR.SP.07.h
35520   PHY.SP.07.h
35521   ANAT.SP.07.h
35518   MAR.SP.07.g
35519   CHE.SP.07.h
35517   ICP.SP.07.g
35516   FOR.SP.07.g
35514   ASTR.SP.07.g
35515   ENV.SP.07.g
35512   PHY.SP.07.g
35513   ANAT.SP.07.g
35510   MAR.SP.07.f
35511   CHE.SP.07.g
35508   FOR.SP.07.f
35509   ICP.SP.07.f
35507   ENV.SP.07.f
35505   ANAT.SP.07.f
35506   ASTR.SP.07.f
35504   PHY.SP.07.f
35502   MAR.SP.07.e
35503   CHE.SP.07.f
35501   ICP.SP.07.e
35500   FOR.SP.07.e
35499   ENV.SP.07.e
35497   ANAT.SP.07.e
35498   ASTR.SP.07.e
35495   CHE.SP.07.e
35496   PHY.SP.07.e
35493   ICP.SP.07.d
35494   MAR.SP.07.d
35489   ANAT.SP.07.d
35490   ASTR.SP.07.d
35491   ENV.SP.07.d
35492   FOR.SP.07.d
35487   CHE.SP.07.d
35488   PHY.SP.07.d
35486   MAR.SP.07.c
35484   FOR.SP.07.c
35485   ICP.SP.07.c
35483   ENV.SP.07.c
35482   ASTR.SP.07.c
35480   PHY.SP.07.c
35481   ANAT.SP.07.c
35479   CHE.SP.07.c
35477   ICP.SP.07.b
35478   MAR.SP.07.b
35476   FOR.SP.07.b
35475   ENV.SP.07.b
35474   ASTR.SP.07.b
35473   ANAT.SP.07.b
35472   PHY.SP.07.b
35470   MAR.SP.07.a
35471   CHE.SP.07.b
35467   ENV.SP.07.a
35468   FOR.SP.07.a
35469   ICP.SP.07.a
35465   ANAT.SP.07.a
35466   ASTR.SP.07.a
35464   PHY.SP.07.a
35463   CHE.SP.07.a
35462   MAR.SP.07
35461   ICP.SP.07
35460   FOR.SP.07
6013    HC.7.5.4
6014    HC.7.5.4.a
6015    HC.7.5.4.b
6016    HC.7.5.4.c
6017    HC.7.5.5
6018    HC.7.5.5.a
6019    HC.7.5.5.b
6020    HC.7.5.6
6021    HC.7.5.6.a
6022    HC.7.5.6.b
6023    HC.8.1.1
6024    HC.8.1.1.a
6025    HC.8.1.1.b
6026    HC.8.1.1.c
6027    HC.8.1.1.d
6028    HC.8.1.2
6029   HC.8.1.2.a
6030   HC.8.1.2.b
6031   HC.8.1.2.c
6032   HC.8.1.2.d
6033   HC.8.1.2.e
6034   HC.8.1.2.f
6035   HC.8.1.2.g
6036   HC.8.1.3
6037   HC.8.1.3.a
6038   HC.8.1.3.b
6039   HC.8.1.3.c
6040   HC.8.1.3.d
6041   HC.8.1.3.e
6042   HC.8.1.4
6043   HC.8.1.4.a
6044   HC.8.1.4.b
6045   HC.8.1.4.c
6046   HC.8.1.5
6047   HC.8.1.5.a
6048   HC.8.1.5.b
6049   HC.8.1.5.c
6050   HC.8.1.6
6051   HC.8.1.6.a
6052   HC.8.1.6.b
6053   HC.8.1.6.c
6054   HC.8.2.1
6055   HC.8.2.1.a
6056   HC.8.2.1.b
6057   HC.8.2.1.c
6058   HC.8.2.1.d
6059   HC.8.2.2
6060   HC.8.2.2.a
6061   HC.8.2.2.b
6062   HC.8.2.2.c
6063   HC.8.2.2.d
6064   HC.8.2.3
6065   HC.8.2.3.a
6066   HC.8.2.3.b
6067   HC.8.2.3.c
6068   HC.8.2.3.d
6069   HC.8.2.4
6070   HC.8.2.4.a
6071   HC.8.2.4.b
6072   HC.8.2.4.c
6073   HC.8.2.4.d
6074   HC.8.2.5
6075   HC.8.2.5.a
6076   HC.8.2.5.b
6077   HC.8.2.5.c
6078   HC.8.2.5.d
6079   HC.8.2.5.e
6080   HC.8.2.5.f
6081   HC.8.3.1
6082   HC.8.3.1.a
6083   HC.8.3.1.b
6084   HC.8.3.1.c
6085   HC.8.3.2
6086   HC.8.3.2.a
6087   HC.8.3.2.b
6088   HC.8.3.2.c
6089   HC.8.3.3
6090   HC.8.3.3.a
6091   HC.8.3.3.b
6092   HC.8.3.3.c
6093   HC.8.3.3.d
6094   HC.8.3.3.e
6095   HC.8.3.3.f
6096   HC.8.3.4
6097   HC.8.3.4.a
6098   HC.8.3.4.b
6099   HC.8.3.4.c
6100   HC.8.3.4.d
6101   HC.8.3.4.e
6102   HC.8.3.5
6103   HC.8.3.5.a
6104   HC.8.3.5.b
6105   HC.8.3.5.c
6106   HC.8.3.6
6107   HC.8.3.6.a
6108   HC.8.3.6.b
6109   HC.8.3.6.c
6110   HC.8.3.7
6111   HC.8.3.7.a
6112   HC.8.3.7.b
6113   HC.8.3.7.c
6114   HC.8.3.7.d
6115   HC.8.3.7.e
6116   HC.8.3.8
6117   HC.8.3.8.a
6118   HC.8.3.8.b
6119   HC.8.3.8.c
6120   HC.8.3.8.d
6121   HC.8.3.9
6122   HC.8.3.9.a
6123   HC.8.3.9.b
6124   HC.8.3.9.c
6125   HC.8.3.9.d
6126   HC.8.4.1
6127   HC.8.4.1.a
6128   HC.8.4.1.b
6129   HC.8.4.1.c
6130   HC.8.4.1.d
6131   HC.8.4.2
6132   HC.8.4.2.a
6133   HC.8.4.2.b
6134   HC.8.4.2.c
6135   HC.8.4.2.d
6136   HC.8.4.2.e
6137   HC.8.4.3
6138   HC.8.4.3.a
6139   HC.8.4.3.b
6140   HC.8.4.3.c
6141   HC.8.4.3.d
6142   HC.8.4.3.e
6143   HC.8.4.4
6144   HC.8.4.4.a
6145   HC.8.4.4.b
6159   sss.850.06
6158   sss.850.05
6157   sss.850.04
6156   sss.850.03
6155   sss.850.02
6154   sss.850.01
6153   sss.850.00
6160   sss.850.07
6161   sss.851.00
6162   sss.851.01
6163   sss.851.02
6164   sss.851.03
6165   sss.851.04
6166   sss.852.00
6167   sss.852.01
6168   sss.852.02
6169   sss.852.03
6170   sss.852.04
6171   sss.852.05
6172   sss.852.06
6173   sss.852.07
6174   sss.852.08
6175   sss.853.00
6176   sss.853.01
6177   sss.853.02
6178   sss.853.03
6179   sss.853.04
6180   sss.854.00
6181   sss.854.01
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6184   sss.854.04
6185   sss.854.05
6186   sss.855.00
6187   sss.855.01
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6189   sss.855.03
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6191   sss.855.05
6192   sss.855.06
6193   sss.855.07
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6196   sss.856.00
6197   sss.856.01
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6199   sss.856.03
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6201   sss.856.05
6202   sss.857.00
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6208   sss.857.06
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6210   sss.857.08
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6219   sss.858.08
6220   sss.858.09
6221   sss.859.00
6222   sss.859.01
6223   sss.859.02
6224   sss.859.03
6225   sss.859.04
6226   sss.859.05
6227   sss.859.06
6228   sss.859.07
6229   sss.860.00
6230   sss.860.01
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6232    sss.860.03
6233    sss.860.04
6234    sss.860.05
6235    sss.860.06
6236    sss.860.07
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6239    esmath1.1.03.z
6241    esmath1.2.05.z
6242    esmath1.3.04.z
6243    esmath1.3.05.z
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6245    esmath1.4.03.z
6246    esmath1.4.04.z
6247    esmath1.4.05.z
6248    esmath1.4.06.z
6249    esmath2.1.03.z
6250    esmath2.1.05.z
6251    esmath2.1.04.z
6252    esmath2.2.03.z
6254    esmath2.3.04.z
6255    esmath2.2.04.z
6256    esmath2.2.05.z
6257    esmath2.4.03.z
6258    esmath2.3.03.z
6259    esmath2.3.05.z
6260    esmath2.3.06.z
6261    esmath2.4.06.z
6262    esmath2.4.05.z
6263    esmath3.1.02.z
6264    esmath3.1.03.z
6265    esmath3.1.04.z
6266    esmath3.2.06.z
6267    esmath3.2.04.z
31299   esmath3.1.01.c
6269    esmath3.2.05.z
6270    esmath3.3.03.z
6271    esmath3.3.04.z
6272    esmath3.4.04.z
6273    esmath3.4.03.z
6274    esmath3.4.06.z
6275    esmath3.4.05.z
6276    esmath4.1.03.z
6277    esmath4.1.05.z
6278    esmath4.1.06.z
6279    esmath4.1.05.z
6282    esmath4.3.03.z
6283    esmath4.2.03.z
6284    esmath4.2.05.z
6285    esmath1.2.05.z
6286    esmath4.3.04.z
6287    esmath4.4.03.z
6288    esmath4.4.04.z
6289    esmath4.4.05.z
6290    esmath5.1.02.z
19811   esb.3.III.B.2
6297    esmath5.2.02.z
6299    esmath5.2.04.z
6300    esmath5.2.03.z
6301    esmath5.3.02.z
6302    esmath5.3.03.z
6303    esmath5.4.03.z
6304    esmath5.4.02.z
6305    esmath6.1.02.z
6306    esmath6.2.02.z
6307    esmath6.1.03.z
6308    esmath6.2.03.z
6309    esmath6.1.04.z
6310    esmath6.4.05.z
6311    esmath6.3.03.z
6312    esmath6.4.02.z
6313    esmath6.3.02.z
6314    esmath6.4.03.z
31336   eng10.6.5.b.4
6316    esmath6.3.04.z
6317    esmath6.4.04.z
19786   esb.1.I.D.1
6320    esmathk.4.05.a
6321    esmathk.4.05.c
6322    sss.750.00
6323    sss.750.01
6324    sss.750.02
6325    sss.750.03
6326    sss.751.00
6327    sss.751.01
6328    sss.751.02
6329    sss.751.03
6330    sss.751.04
6331    sss.751.05
6332    sss.751.06
6333    sss.751.07
6334    sss.751.08
6335    sss.751.09
6336    sss.753.00
6337    sss.753.01
6338    sss.753.02
6339    sss.753.03
6340    sss.753.04
6341    sss.753.05
6342   sss.753.06
6343   sss.754.00
6344   sss.754.01
6345   sss.754.02
6346   sss.754.03
6347   sss.755.00
6348   sss.755.01
6349   sss.755.02
6350   sss.755.03
6351   sss.755.04
6352   sss.755.05
6353   sss.755.06
6354   sss.756.00
6355   sss.756.01
6356   sss.756.02
6357   sss.756.03
6358   sss.756.04
6359   sss.757.00
6360   sss.757.01
6361   sss.757.02
6362   sss.757.03
6363   sss.757.04
6364   sss.757.05
6365   sss.758.00
6366   sss.758.01
6367   sss.758.02
6368   sss.758.03
6369   sss.758.04
6370   sss.758.05
6371   sss.759.00
6372   sss.759.01
6373   sss.759.02
6374   sss.759.03
6375   sss.759.04
6376   sss.760.00
6377   sss.760.01
6378   sss.760.02
6379   sss.760.03
6380   sss.760.04
6381   sss.761.00
6382   sss.761.01
6383   sss.761.02
6384   sss.761.03
6385   sss.761.04
6386   sss.761.05
6387   sss.761.06
6388   sss.761.07
6389   t.1.4.1a
6390   t.1.4.2
6391   t.1.4.3
6392   t.1.4.4
6393   t.1.4.5
6394   t.1.4.6
6395   t.1.5.1
6396   t.1.5.1a
6397   t.1.5.2
6398   t.1.5.2a
6399   t.1.5.3
6400   t.1.5.4
6401   t.1.5.5
6402   t.1.5.6
6403   t.1.6.1
6404   t.1.6.2
6405   t.1.6.3
6406   t.1.6.4
6407   t.1.6.5
6408   t.1.6.6
6409   t.2.4.1
6410   t.2.4.2
6411   t.2.5.1
6412   t.2.5.2
6413   t.2.6.1
6414   t.2.6.2
6415   t.3.4.1
6416   t.3.4.1a
6417   t.3.4.2
6418   t.3.5.1
6419   t.3.5.2
6420   t.3.6.1
6421   t.3.6.2
6422   t.3.6.3
6423   t.4.4.1
6424   t.4.4.2
6425   t.4.4.2a
6426   t.4.5.1
6427   t.4.5.2
6428   t.4.6.1
6429   t.4.6.2
6430   t.5.4.1
6431   t.5.4.2
6432   t.5.5.1
6433   t.5.5.2
6434   t.5.6.1
6435   t.5.6.2
6436   t.5.6.3
6437   t.6.4.1
6438   t.6.5.1
6439   t.6.6.1
28159   pelf.10.e
28156   pelf.10.b
28157   pelf.10.c
28155   pelf.10.a
28154   pelf.9.c
28153   pelf.9.b
28152   pelf.9.a
28151   pelf.8.g
28150   pelf.8.f
28149   pelf.8.e
28148   pelf.8.d
28147   pelf.8.c
28146   pelf.8.b
28144   pelf.7.h
28143   pelf.7.g
28142   pelf.7.f
28141   pelf.7.e
28140   pelf.7.d
28138   pelf.7.b
28137   pelf.7.a
28136   pelf.6.e
28135   pelf.6.d
28134   pelf.6.c
28133   pelf.6.b
28132   pelf.6.a
28131   pelf.5.e
28129   pelf.5.c
28127   pelf.5.a
28128   pelf.5.b
28120   pelf.3.c
28121   pelf.3.d
28122   pelf.4.a
28123   pelf.4.b
28124   pelf.4.c
28119   pelf.3.b
28354   elecprekss.1.A.1a
28117   pelf.2.f
28107   pelf.1.a
28108   pelf.1.b
28109   pelf.1.c
28110   pelf.1.d
28111   pelf.1.e
28112   pelf.2.a
28113   pelf.2.b
28114   pelf.2.c
28115   pelf.2.d
28116   pelf.2.e
6499    H5.1.a.a
6500    H5.1.a.b
6501   H5.1.a.c
6502   H5.1.a.d
6503   H5.1.a.e
6504   H5.1.a.f
6505   H5.1.a.g
6506   H5.1.a.h
6507   H5.1.a.I
6508   H5.2.a.a
6509   H5.2.a.b
6510   H5.2.a.c
6511   H5.2.a.d
6512   H5.2.a.e
6513   H5.2.a.f
6514   H5.2.a.g
6515   H5.3.a.a
6516   H5.3.a.b
6517   H5.3.a.c
6518   H5.3.a.d
6519   H5.3.a.e
6520   H5.3.a.f
6521   H5.3.a.g
6522   H5.3.a.h
6523   H5.4.a.a
6524   H5.4.a.b
6525   H5.4.a.c
6526   H5.4.a.d
6527   H5.4.a.e
6528   H5.4.a.f
6529   pe6.I.1.a
6530   pe6.I.1.b
6531   pe6.I.1.c
6532   pe6.I.1.d
6533   pe6.I.2.a
6534   pe6.I.2.b
6535   pe6.I.3.a
6536   pe6.I.3.b
6537   pe6.I.4.a
6538   pe6.I.5.a
6539   pe6.I.5.b
6540   pe6.I.5.c
6541   pe6.I.6.a
6542   pe6.I.7.a
6543   pe6.II.1.a
6544   pe6.II.1.b
6545   pe6.II.2.a
6546   pe6.II.2.b
6547   pe6.III.1.a
6548   pe6.III.2.a
6549   pe6.III.2.b
6550   pe6.III.3.a
6551   pe6.III.4.a
6552   pe6.III.4.b
6553   pe6.III.4.c
6554   pe6.III.5.a
6555   pe6.III.6.a
6556   pe6.IV.1.a
6557   pe6.IV.2.a
6558   pe6.IV.2.b
6559   pe6.IV.3.a
6560   pe6.V.1.a
6561   pe6.V.1.b
6562   pe6.V.1.c
6563   pe6.V.1.d
6564   pe6.V.1.e
6565   pe6.V.2.a
6566   pe6.V.2.b
6567   pe6.V.2.c
6568   pe6.V.3.a
6569   pe6.V.3.b
6570   pe6.V.3.c
6571   pe6.V.4.a
6572   pe6.VI.1.a
6573   pe6.VI.1.b
6574   pe6.VI.2.a
6575   pe6.VI.3.a
6576   pe6.VI.3.b
6577   pe6.VI.3.c
6578   HC.K.1.1
6579   HC.K.1.1.a
6580   HC.K.1.1.b
6581   HC.K.1.1.c
6582   HC.K.1.1.d
6583   HC.K.1.1.e
6584   HC.K.2.1
6585   HC.K.2.1.a
6586   HC.K.2.1.b
6587   HC.K.2.1.c
6588   HC.K.2.1.d
6589   HC.K.2.1.e
6590   HC.K.2.1.f
6591   HC.K.3.1
6592   HC.K.3.1.a
6593   HC.K.3.1.b
6594   HC.K.3.1.c
6595   HC.K.3.1.d
6596   HC.K.3.2
6597   HC.K.3.2.a
6598   HC.K.3.2.b
6599   HC.K.3.2.c
6600   HC.K.3.2.d
6601   HC.K.4.1
6602   HC.K.4.1.a
6603   HC.K.4.1.b
6604   HC.K.4.1.c
6605   HC.K.4.1.d
6606   HC.K.4.1.e
6607   HC.1.1.1
6608   HC.1.1.1.a
6609   HC.1.1.1.b
6610   HC.1.1.1.c
6611   HC.1.1.1.d
6612   HC.1.1.1.e
6613   HC.1.1.1.f
6614   HC.1.1.1.g
6615   HC.1.1.2
6616   HC.1.1.2.a
6617   HC.1.1.2.b
6618   HC.1.1.2.c
6619   HC.1.1.2.d
6620   HC.1.1.2.e
6621   HC.1.1.2.f
6622   HC.1.1.2.g
6623   HC.1.2.1
6624   HC.1.2.1.a
6625   HC.1.2.1.b
6626   HC.1.2.1.c
6627   HC.1.2.1.d
6628   HC.1.2.1.e
6629   HC.1.2.1.f
6630   HC.1.2.1.g
6631   HC.1.2.1.h
6632   HC.1.2.1.i
6633   HC.1.2.1.j
6634   HC.1.3.1
6635   HC.1.3.1.a
6636   HC.1.3.1.b
6637   HC.1.3.1.c
6638   HC.1.3.1.d
6639   HC.1.3.1.e
6640   HC.1.3.1.f
6641   HC.1.3.1.g
6642   HC.1.3.1.h
6643   HC.1.3.1.i
6644   HC.1.3.1.j
6645   HC.1.3.1.k
6646   HC.1.4.1
6647   HC.1.4.1.a
6648   HC.1.4.1.b
6649   HC.1.4.1.c
6650   HC.1.4.1.d
6651   HC.1.4.1.e
6652   HC.1.4.1.f
6653   HC.1.4.1.g
6654   HC.1.4.1.h
6655   HC.1.4.1.i
6656   HC.1.4.1.j
6657   HC.1.4.1.k
6658   HC.2.1.1
6659   HC.2.1.1.a
6660   HC.2.1.1.b
6661   HC.2.1.1.c
6662   HC.2.1.1.d
6663   HC.2.1.1.e
6664   HC.2.1.2
6665   HC.2.1.2.a
6666   HC.2.1.2.b
6667   HC.2.1.2.c
6668   HC.2.1.2.d
6669   HC.2.1.2.e
6670   HC.2.1.2.f
6671   HC.2.1.2.g
6672   HC.2.1.2.h
6673   HC.2.1.2.i
6674   HC.2.1.2.j
6675   HC.2.2.1
6676   HC.2.2.1.a
6677   HC.2.2.1.b
6678   HC.2.2.1.c
6679   HC.2.2.1.d
6680   HC.2.2.1.e
6681   HC.2.2.1.f
6682   HC.2.2.1.g
6683   HC.2.2.1.h
6684   HC.2.2.1.i
6685   HC.2.2.1.j
6686   HC.2.3.1
6687   HC.2.3.1.a
6688   HC.2.3.1.b
6689   HC.2.3.1.c
6690   HC.2.3.1.d
6691   HC.2.3.1.e
6692   HC.2.3.1.f
6693   HC.2.3.1.g
6694   HC.2.3.1.h
6695   HC.2.3.1.i
6696   HC.2.3.1.j
6697    HC.2.4.1
6698    HC.2.4.1.a
6699    HC.2.4.1.b
6700    HC.2.4.1.c
6701    HC.2.4.1.d
6702    HC.2.4.1.e
6703    HC.2.4.1.f
6704    HC.2.4.1.g
6705    HC.2.4.1.h
6706    HC.2.4.1.i
6707    HC.2.4.1.j
6708    HC.2.4.1.k
6709    HC.2.4.1.l
6710    HC.2.4.1.m
6711    HC.2.4.1.n
6712    HC.2.4.1.o
31413   f3.1.lan.1.a
31414   f3.1.lan.1.b
31415   f3.1.lan.1.c
31412   f3.1.cum.2.e
31411   f3.1.cum.2.d
31409   f3.1.cum.2.b
31410   f3.1.cum.2.c
31408   f3.1.cum.2.a
31407   f3.1.cum.1.d
31406   f3.1.cum.1.c
31405   f3.1.cum.1.b
31404   f3.1.cum.1.a
31403   f3.1.cps.2.b
31402   f3.1.cps.2.a
31401   f3.1.cps.1.f
31400   f3.1.cps.1.e
31398   f3.1.cps.1.c
31399   f3.1.cps.1.d
31397   f3.1.cps.1.b
31396   f3.1.cps.1.a
31395   f3.1.con.2.b
31393   f3.1.con.1.c
31394   f3.1.con.2.a
31390   f3.1.clt.2.c
31391   f3.1.con.1.a
31392   f3.1.con.1.b
31389   f3.1.clt.2.b
31388   f3.1.clt.2.a
31387   f3.1.clt.1.b
31386   f3.1.clt.1.a
31384   f3.1.cip.3.b
31385   f3.1.cip.3.c
31381   f3.1.cip.2.d
31382   f3.1.cip.2.e
31383   f3.1.cip.3.a
31380   f3.1.cip.2.c
31379   f3.1.cip.2.b
31378   f3.1.cip.2.a
31376   f3.1.cip.1.d
31377   f3.1.cip.1.e
31375   f3.1.cip.1.c
31373   f3.1.cip.1.a
31374   f3.1.cip.1.b
31372   els.3.3.L10
31371   els.3.3.L09
31370   els.3.3.L08
31368   els.3.3.L06
31369   els.3.3.L07
31367   els.3.3.L05
31366   els.3.3.L04
31365   els.3.3.L03
31364   els.3.3.L02
31362   els.3.3.L00
31363   els.3.3.L01
27605   els.5.4.L09
27606   els.5.4.L10
27604   els.5.4.L08
27603   els.5.4.L07
27602   els.5.4.L06
27601   els.5.4.L05
27600   els.5.4.L04
27598   els.5.4.L02
27599   els.5.4.L03
27596   els.5.3.L07
27597   els.5.4.L01
27595   els.5.3.L06
27594   els.5.3.L05
27592   els.5.3.L03
27593   els.5.3.L04
27591   els.5.3.L02
27590   els.5.3.L01
27588   els.5.2.L14
27589   els.5.2.L15
27586   els.5.2.L12
27587   els.5.2.L13
27584   els.5.2.L10
27585   els.5.2.L11
27583   els.5.2.L09
27582   els.5.2.L08
27580   els.5.2.L06
27581   els.5.2.L07
27577   els.5.2.L03
27578   els.5.2.L04
27579   els.5.2.L05
27575   els.5.2.L01
27576   els.5.2.L02
27573   els.5.1.L14
27574   els.5.1.L15
27572   els.5.1.L13
27571   els.5.1.L12
27568   els.5.1.L09
27569   els.5.1.L10
27570   els.5.1.L11
27566   els.5.1.L07
27567   els.5.1.L08
27565   els.5.1.L06
27564   els.5.1.L05
27563   els.5.1.L04
27561   els.5.1.L02
27562   els.5.1.L03
27560   els.5.1.L01
27559   els.4.4.L12
27558   els.4.4.L11
27557   els.4.4.L10
27554   els.4.4.L07
27555   els.4.4.L08
27556   els.4.4.L09
27553   els.4.4.L06
27552   els.5.4.L05
27551   els.4.4.L04
27550   els.4.4.L03
27549   els.4.4.L02
27548   els.4.4.L01
27547   els.4.3.L13
27546   els.4.3.L12
27545   els.4.3.L11
27542   els.4.3.L08
27543   els.4.3.L09
27544   els.4.3.L10
27541   els.4.3.L07
27540   els.4.3.L06
27539   els.4.3.L05
27538   els.4.3.L04
27535   els.4.3.L01
27536   els.4.3.L02
27537   els.4.3.L03
27534   els.4.2.L15
27533   els.4.2.L14
27532   els.4.2.L13
27530   els.4.2.L11
27531   els.4.2.L12
27525   els.4.2.L06
27526   els.4.2.L07
27527   els.4.2.L08
27528   els.4.2.L09
27529   els.4.2.L10
27522   els.4.2.L03
27523   els.4.2.L04
27524   els.4.2.L05
27521   els.4.2.L02
27519   els.4.1.L17
27520   els.4.2.L01
27518   els.4.1.L16
27516   els.4.1.L14
27517   els.4.1.L15
27515   els.4.1.L13
27514   els.4.1.L12
27513   els.4.1.L11
27512   els.4.1.L10
27511   els.4.1.L09
27510   els.4.1.L08
27507   els.4.1.L05
27508   els.4.1.L06
27509   els.4.1.L07
27505   els.4.1.L03
27506   els.4.1.L04
27504   els.4.1.L02
27503   els.4.1.L01
6882    cm.1.4.1
6883    cm.1.4.1a
6884    cm.1.4.2
6885    cm.1.4.3
6886    cm.1.4.4
6887    cm.1.4.5
6888    cm.1.4.6
6889    cm.1.5.1
6890    cm.1.5.1a
6891    cm.1.5.2
6892    cm.1.5.2a
6893    cm.1.5.3
6894    cm.1.5.4
6895    cm.1.5.5
6896    cm.1.5.6
6897    cm.2.4.1
6898    cm.2.4.2
6899    cm.2.5.1
6900    cm.2.5.2
6901    cm.3.4.1
6902    cm.3.4.1a
6903    cm.3.4.2
6904   cm.3.5.1
6905   cm.3.5.2
6906   cm.4.4.1
6907   cm.4.4.2
6908   cm.4.4.2a
6909   cm.4.5.1
6910   cm.4.5.2
6911   cm.5.4.1
6912   cm.5.4.2
6913   cm.5.5.1
6914   cm.5.5.2
6915   cm.5.6.1
6916   cm.6.4.1
6917   cm.6.5.1
6918   m.1.4.1
6919   m.1.4.1a
6920   m.1.4.2
6921   m.1.4.3
6922   m.1.4.4
6923   m.1.4.5
6924   m.1.4.6
6925   m.1.5.1
6926   m.1.5.1a
6927   m.1.5.2
6928   m.1.5.2a
6929   m.1.5.3
6930   m.1.5.4
6931   m.1.5.5
6932   m.1.5.6
6933   m.1.6.1
6934   m.1.6.2
6935   m.1.6.3
6936   m.1.6.4
6937   m.1.6.5
6938   m.1.6.6
6939   m.2.4.1
6940   m.2.4.2
6941   m.2.5.1
6942   m.2.5.2
6943   m.2.6.1
6944   m.2.6.2
6945   m.3.4.1
6946   m.3.4.1a
6947   m.3.4.2
6948   m.3.5.1
6949   m.3.5.2
6950   m.3.6.1
6951   m.3.6.2
6952   m.3.6.3
6953   m.4.4.1
6954   m.4.4.2
6955   m.4.4.2a
6956   m.4.5.1
6957   m.4.5.2
6958   m.4.6.1
6959   m.4.6.2
6960   m.5.4.1
6961   m.5.4.2
6962   m.5.5.1
6963   m.5.5.2
6964   m.5.6.1
6965   m.5.6.2
6966   m.5.6.3
6967   m.6.4.1
6968   m.6.5.1
6969   m.6.6.1
6970   j.1.4.1
6971   j.1.4.1a
6972   j.1.4.2
6973   j.1.4.3
6974   j.1.4.4
6975   j.1.4.5
6976   j.1.4.6
6977   J.1.5.1
6978   J.1.5.1a
6979   J.1.5.2
6980   J.1.5.2a
6981   J.1.5.3
6982   J.1.5.4
6983   J.1.5.5
6984   J.1.5.6
6985   J.1.6.1
6986   J.1.6.2
6987   J.1.6.3
6988   J.1.6.4
6989   J.1.6.5
6990   J.1.6.6
6991   J.2.4.1
6992   J.2.4.2
6993   J.2.5.1
6994   J.2.5.2
6995   J.2.6.1
6996   J.2.6.2
6997   J.3.4.1
6998   J.3.4.1a
6999   J.3.4.2
7000   J.3.5.1
7001   J.3.5.2
7002   J.3.6.1
7003   J.3.6.2
7004   J.3.6.3
7005   J.4.4.1
7006   J.4.4.2
7007   J.4.4.2a
7008   J.4.5.1
7009   J.4.5.2
7010   J.4.6.1
7011   J.4.6.2
7012   J.5.4.1
7013   J.5.4.2
7014   J.5.5.1
7015   J.5.5.2
7016   J.5.6.1
7017   J.5.6.2
7018   J.5.6.3
7019   J.6.4.1
7020   J.6.5.1
7021   J.6.6.1
7022   b.1.4.1
7023   b.1.4.1a
7024   b.1.4.2
7025   b.1.4.3
7026   b.1.4.4
7027   b.1.4.5
7028   b.1.4.6
7029   b.1.5.1
7030   b.1.5.1a
7031   b.1.5.2
7032   b.1.5.2a
7033   b.1.5.3
7034   b.1.5.4
7035   b.1.5.5
7036   b.1.5.6
7037   b.1.6.1
7038   b.1.6.2
7039   b.1.6.3
7040   b.1.6.4
7041   b.1.6.5
7042   b.1.6.6
7043   b.2.4.1
7044   b.2.4.2
7045   b.2.5.1
7046   b.2.5.2
7047   b.2.6.1
7048   b.2.6.2
7049   b.3.4.1
7050   b.3.4.1a
7051   b.3.4.2
7052   b.3.5.1
7053   b.3.5.2
7054   b.3.6.1
7055   b.3.6.2
7056   b.3.6.3
7057   b.4.4.1
7058   b.4.4.2
7059   b.4.4.2a
7060   b.4.5.1
7061   b.4.5.2
7062   b.4.6.1
7063   b.4.6.2
7064   b.5.4.1
7065   b.5.4.2
7066   b.5.5.1
7067   b.5.5.2
7068   b.5.6.1
7069   b.5.6.2
7070   b.5.6.3
7071   b.6.4.1
7072   b.6.5.1
7073   b.6.6.1
7074   pe7.I.1.a
7075   pe7.I.1.b
7076   pe7.I.1.c
7077   pe7.I.1.d
7078   pe7.I.2.a
7079   pe7.I.2.b
7080   pe7.I.2.c
7081   pe7.I.3.a
7082   pe7.I.3.b
7083   pe7.I.4.a
7084   pe7.I.5.a
7085   pe7.I.5.b
7086   pe7.I.5.c
7087   pe7.I.6.a
7088   pe7.I.6.b
7089   pe7.I.6.c
7090   pe7.I.7.a
7091   pe7.II.1.a
7092   pe7.II.1.b
7093   pe7.II.2.a
7094   pe7.II.2.b
7095   pe7.III.1.a
7096   pe7.III.2.a
7097   pe7.III.3.a
7098   pe7.III.4.a
7099   pe7.III.4.b
7100   pe7.III.4.c
7101   pe7.III.5.a
7102   pe7.III.5.b
7103   pe7.IV.1.a
7104   pe7.IV.2.a
7105   pe7.IV.2.b
7106   pe7.IV.2.c
7107   pe7.IV.3.a
7108   pe7.V.1.a
7109   pe7.V.1.b
7110   pe7.V.1.c
7111   pe7.V.1.d
7112   pe7.V.1.e
7113   pe7.V.2.a
7114   pe7.V.2.b
7115   pe7.V.2.c
7116   pe7.V.3.a
7117   pe7.V.3.b
7118   pe7.V.3.c
7119   pe7.V.3.d
7120   pe7.V.4.a
7121   pe7.VI.1.a
7122   pe7.VI.1.b
7123   pe7.VI.2.a
7124   pe7.VI.3.a
7125   pe7.VI.3.b
7126   pe7.VI.3.c
7127   pe8.I.1.a
7128   pe8.I.1.b
7129   pe8.I.2.a
7130   pe8.I.2.b
7131   pe8.I.2.c
7132   pe8.I.3.a
7133   pe8.I.3.b
7134   pe8.I.4.a
7135   pe8.I.5.a
7136   pe8.I.5.b
7137   pe8.I.6.a
7138   pe8.I.7.a
7139   pe8.II.1.a
7140   pe8.II.1.b
7141   pe8.II.2.a
7142   pe8.III.1.a
7143   pe8.III.2.a
7144   pe8.III.3.a
7145   pe8.III.4.a
7146   pe8.III.4.b
7147   pe8.III.4.c
7148   pe8.III.5.a
7149   pe8.III.5.b
7150   pe8.III.5.c
7151   pe8.III.6.a
7152   pe8.IV.1.a
7153   pe8.IV.2.a
7154   pe8.IV.2.b
7155   pe8.V.3.a
7156   pe8.V.1.a
7157   pe8.V.1.b
7158   pe8.V.1.c
7159   pe8.V.1.d
7160   pe8.V.1.e
7161   pe8.V.1.f
7162   pe8.V.2.a
7163   pe8.V.2.b
7164   pe8.V.2.c
7165   pe8.V.2.d
7166   pe8.V.3.a
7167   pe8.V.3.b
7168   pe8.V.3.c
7169   pe8.V.3.d
7170   pe8.V.3.e
7171   pe8.V.4.a
7172   pe8.VI.1.a
7173   pe8.VI.1.b
7174   pe8.VI.2.a
7175   pe8.VI.3.a
7176   H4.1.a.a
7177   H4.1.a.b
7178   H4.1.a.c
7179   H4.1.a.d
7180   H4.1.a.e
7181   H4.2.a.a
7182   H4.2.a.b
7183   H4.2.a.c
7184   H4.2.a.e
7185   H4.2.a.f
7186   H4.2.a.g
7187   H4.3.a.a
7188   H4.3.a.b
7189   H4.3.a.c
7190   H4.3.a.d
7191   H4.3.a.e
7192   H4.3.a.f
7193   H4.3.a.g
7194   H4.3.a.h
7195   H4.3.a.I
7196   H3.1.a.a
7197   H3.1.a.b
7198    H3.1.a.c
7199    H3.1.a.d
7200    H3.1.a.e
7201    H3.1.a.f
7202    H3.1.a.g
7203    H3.1.a.h
7204    H3.1.a.I
7205    H3.2.a.a
7206    H3.2.a.b
7207    H3.2.a.c
7208    H3.2.a.d
7209    H3.2.a.e
7210    H3.3.a.a
7211    H3.3.a.b
7212    H3.3.a.c
7213    H3.3.a.d
7214    H3.3.a.e
7215    H3.3.a.f
7216    H3.3.a.g
7217    H4.4.a.a
7218    H4.4.a.b
7219    H4.4.a.c
7220    H4.4.a.d
7221    H2.1.a.a
7222    H2.1.a.b
7223    H2.1.a.c
7224    H2.1.a.d
7225    H2.1.a.e
7226    H2.1.a.f
7227    H2.2.a.a
7228    H2.2.a.b
7229    H2.2.a.c
7230    H2.2.a.d
29251   BCMS.CSCOD1.1.1
7232    H2.2.a.e
7233    H2.2.a.f
7234    H2.2.a.g
7235    H2.2.a.h
7236    H2.3.a.a
7237    H2.3.a.b
7238    H2.3.a.c
7239    H2.3.a.d
7240    H2.3.a.e
7241    H2.3.a.f
7242    H2.4.a.a
7243    H2.4.a.b
7244    H2.4.a.c
7245    H2.4.a.d
7246    H2.4.a.e
7247    H2.4.a.f
7248    H2.4.a.g
7249    H2.5.a.a
7250    H2.5.a.b
7251    H2.5.a.c
7252    H2.5.a.d
7253    H2.5.a.e
28493   elecm.k.08.0.01
28492   elecm.k.07.0.01
28490   elecm.k.05.0.01
28491   elecm.k.06.0.01
28489   elecm.k.04.0.01
28488   elecm.k.03.0.01
28487   elecm.k.02.0.1
28486   elecm.k.01.0.02
28485   elecm.k.01.0.01
7262    tvI.1.a
7263    tvI.1.b
7264    tvI.1.c
7265    tvI.2.a
7266    tvI.2.b
7267    tvI.2.c
7268    tvI.2.d
7269    tvI.3.a
7270    tvI.3.b
7271    tvI.3.c
7272    tvI.4.a
7273    tvI.4.b
7274    tvI.4.c
7275    tvI.4.d
7276    tvI.4.e
7277    tvI.4.f
7278    tvI.5.a
7279    tvI.5.b
7280    tvI.5.c
7281    tvII.1.a
7282    tvII.1.b
7283    tvII.1.c
7284    tvII.2.a
7285    tvII.2.b
7286    tvII.2.c
7287    tvII.2.d
7288    tvII.2.e
7289    tvII.2.f
7290    tvII.3.a
7291    tvII.3.b
7292    tvII.4.a
7293    tvII.4.b
7294    tvIII.1.a
7295   tvIII.1.b
7296   tvIII.2.a
7297   tvIII.2.b
7298   tvIII.3.a
7299   tvIII.3.b
7300   tvIII.3.c
7301   tvIII.4.a
7302   tvIII.4.b
7303   tvIV.1.a
7304   tvIV.1.b
7305   tvIV.2.a
7306   tvIV.2.b
7307   tvIV.3.a
7308   tvIV.3.b
7309   tvIV.4.a
7310   tvIV.4.b
7311   tvIV.5.a
7312   tvIV.5.b
7313   sss.1101
7314   sss.1101.00
7315   sss.1101.01
7316   sss.1101.02
7317   sss.1102.00
7318   sss.1102.01
7319   sss.1102.02
7320   sss.1102.03
7321   sss.1102.04
7322   sss.1102.05
7323   sss.1102.06
7324   sss.1102.07
7325   sss.1102.08
7326   sss.1102.09
7327   sss.1102.10
7328   sss.1102.11
7329   sss.1102.12
7330   sss.1102.13
7331   sss.1103.00
7332   sss.1103.01
7333   sss.1103.02
7334   sss.1103.03
7335   sss.1103.04
7336   sss.1103.05
7337   sss.1103.06
7338   sss.1103.07
7339   sss.1104.00
7340   sss.1104.01
7341   sss.1104.02
7342   sss.1104.03
7343   sss.1104.04
7344   sss.1104.05
7345   sss.1104.06
7346   sss.1105.00
7347   sss.1105.01
7348   sss.1105.02
7349   sss.1105.03
7350   sss.1105.04
7351   sss.1105.05
7352   sss.1105.06
7353   sss.1105.07
7354   sss.1105.08
7355   sss.1106.00
7356   sss.1106.01
7357   sss.1106.02
7358   sss.1106.03
7359   sss.1106.04
7360   sss.1107.00
7361   sss.1107.01
7362   sss.1107.02
7363   sss.1107.03
7364   sss.1107.04
7365   sss.1107.05
7366   sss.1107.06
7367   sss.1107.07
7368   sss.1107.08
7369   sss.1108.00
7370   sss.1108.01
7371   sss.1108.02
7372   sss.1108.03
7373   sss.1108.04
7374   sss.1108.05
7375   sss.1109.00
7376   sss.1109.01
7377   sss.1109.02
7378   sss.1109.03
7379   sss.1109.04
7380   sss.1110.00
7381   sss.1110.01
7382   sss.1110.02
7383   sss.1110.03
7384   sss.1110.04
7385   sss.1110.05
7386   sss.1110.06
7387   sss.1110.07
7388   sss.1110.08
7389   eng6.1.1.a
7390   eng6.1.1.b
7391   eng6.1.2.a
7392   eng6.1.2.b
7393   eng6.1.2.c
7394   eng6.1.2.d
7395   eng6.1.2.e
7396   eng6.1.3.a
7397   eng6.1.3.b
7398   eng6.1.4.a
7399   eng6.1.4.b
7400   eng6.1.4.c
7401   eng6.1.5.a
7402   eng6.1.5.b
7403   eng6.1.5.c
7404   eng6.1.5.d
7405   eng6.2.1.a
7406   eng6.2.1.b
7407   eng6.2.1.c1
7408   eng6.2.1.c2
7409   eng6.2.1.c3
7410   eng6.2.1.c4
7411   eng6.2.1.d
7412   eng6.2.1.e
7413   eng6.2.1.f
7414   eng6.2.1.g
7415   eng6.2.2.a
7416   eng6.2.2.b
7417   eng6.2.2.c
7418   eng6.2.2.d
7419   eng6.2.2.e
7420   eng6.2.2.f
7421   eng6.2.2.g
7422   eng6.2.2.h
7423   eng6.2.3.a
7424   eng6.3.1.a
7425   eng6.3.1.b
7426   eng6.3.1.c
7427   eng6.3.1.d
7428   eng6.3.2.a
7429   eng6.3.2.b
7430   eng6.3.2.c
7431   eng6.3.2.d
7432   eng6.3.2.e
7433   eng6.3.2.f
7434   eng6.3.2.g
7435   eng6.3.2.h
7436   eng6.3.3.a
7437   eng6.4.1a.a
7438   eng6.4.1a.b
7439   eng6.4.1a.c
7440   eng6.4.1a.d
7441   eng6.4.1b.a
7442   eng6.4.1b.b
7443   eng6.4.1b.c
7444   eng6.4.1b.d
7445   eng6.4.1b.e
7446   eng6.4.1b.f
7447   eng6.4.2.a
7448   eng6.4.2.b
7449   eng6.4.2.c
7450   eng6.4.2.d
7451   eng6.4.2.e
7452   eng6.4.2.f
7453   eng6.4.2.g
7454   eng6.4.2.h
7455   eng6.4.3.a
7456   eng6.W.1.a1
7457   eng6.W.1.a2
7458   eng6.W.1.a3
7459   eng6.W.1.a4
7460   eng6.W.1.a5
7461   eng6.W.1.a6
7462   eng6.W.1.a7
7463   eng6.W.1.a8
7464   eng6.W.1.a9
7465   eng6.W.1.a10
7466   eng6.W.1.a11
7467   eng6.W.1.b1
7468   eng6.W.1.b2
7469   eng6.W.1.b3
7470   eng6.W.1.c1
7471   eng6.W.1.c2
7472   eng6.W.1.c3
7473   eng6.W.1.c4
7474   eng6.W.1.d1
7475   eng6.W.1.d2
7476   eng6.W.1.d3
7477   eng6.W.1.d4
7478   eng6.W.1.e1
7479   eng6.W.1.e2
7480   eng6.W.1.e3
7481   eng6.W.1.e4
7482   eng6.W.1.e5
7483   eng6.W.2.a1
7484   eng6.W.2.a2
7485   eng6.W.2.b1
7486   eng6.W.2.b2
7487   eng6.W.2.c1
7488   eng6.W.2.c2
7489   eng6.W.2.c3
7490   eng6.W.2.c4
7491   eng6.L.1.a
7492   eng6.L.1.b1
7493   eng6.L.1.b2
7494   eng6.L.1.d1
7495   eng6.L.1.e1
7496   eng6.L.2.a1
7497   eng6.L.2.a2
7498   eng6.L.2.b1
7499   eng6.L.2.b2
7500   eng6.L.2.b3
7501   eng7.1.1.a
7502   eng7.1.1.b
7503   eng7.1.1.c
7504   eng7.1.1.d
7505   eng7.1.1.e
7506   eng7.1.1.f
7507   eng7.1.2.a
7508   eng7.1.2.b
7509   eng7.1.2.c
7510   eng7.1.2.d
7511   eng7.1.2.e
7512   eng7.1.3.a
7513   eng7.1.3.b
7514   eng7.1.3.c
7515   eng7.1.3.d
7516   eng7.1.3.e
7517   eng7.2.1.a
7518   eng7.2.1.b
7519   eng7.2.1.c
7520   eng7.2.1.d
7521   eng7.2.1.e
7522   eng7.2.1.f
7523   eng7.2.2.a
7524   eng7.2.2.b
7525   eng7.2.2.c
7526   eng7.2.2.d
7527   eng7.2.2.e
7528   eng7.2.2.f
7529   eng7.2.2.g
7530   eng7.2.2.h
7531   eng7.2.3.a
7532   eng7.3.1.a
7533   eng7.3.1.b
7534   eng7.3.1.c
7535   eng7.3.1.d
7536   eng7.3.1.e
7537   eng7.3.1.f
7538   eng7.3.2.a
7539   eng7.3.2.b
7540   eng7.3.2.c
7541   eng7.3.2.d
7542   eng7.3.2.e
7543   eng7.3.2.f
7544   eng7.3.2.g
7545   eng7.3.2.h
7546   eng7.3.3.a
7547   eng7.4.1.a
7548   eng7.4.1.b
7549   eng7.4.1.c
7550   eng7.4.1.d
7551   eng7.4.1.e
7552   eng7.4.1.f
7553   eng7.4.2.a
7554   eng7.4.2.b
7555   eng7.4.2.c
7556   eng7.4.2.d
7557   eng7.4.2.e
7558   eng7.4.2.f
7559   eng7.4.2.g
7560   eng7.4.2.i
7561   eng7.4.3.a
7562   eng7.W.1.a01
7563   eng7.W.1.a02
7564   eng7.W.1.a03
7565   eng7.W.1.a04
7566   eng7.W.1.a05
7567   eng7.W.1.a06
7568   eng7.W.1.a07
7569   eng7.W.1.a08
7570   eng7.W.1.a09
7571   eng7.W.1.a10
7572   eng7.W.1.b1
7573   eng7.W.1.b2
7574   eng7.W.1.b3
7575   eng7.W.1.c1
7576   eng7.W.1.c2
7577   eng7.W.1.c3
7578   eng7.W.1.c4
7579   eng7.W.1.d1
7580   eng7.W.1.d2
7581   eng7.W.1.d3
7582   eng7.W.1.d4
7583   eng7.W.1.d5
7584   eng7.W.1.e1
7585   eng7.W.1.e2
7586   eng7.W.1.e3
7587   eng7.W.1.e4
7588   eng7.W.1.e5
7589   eng7.W.2.a1
7590   eng7.W.2.a2
7591   eng7.W.2.b1
7592   eng7.W.2.b2
7593   eng7.W.2.c1
7594   eng7.W.2.c2
7595   eng7.W.2.c3
7596   eng7.W.2.c4
7597   eng7.L.1.b3a
7598   eng7.L.1.b3b
7599   eng7.L.1.b3c
7600   eng7.L.1.b3d
7601   eng7.L.1.b4
7602   eng7.L.1.d2
7603   eng7.L.1.d3
7604   eng7.L.1.e2
7605   eng7.L.1.f1
7606   eng7.L.1.f2
7607   eng7.L.1.k1
7608   eng7.L.2.a3
7609   eng7.L.2.b4
7610   eng7.L.2.c1
7611   eng7.L.2.c2
7612   eng7.L.2.d1
7613   eng7.L.2.h1
7614   eng7.L.2.I1
7615   eng7.L.2.I2
7616   eng7.L.2.I3
7617   eng7.L.4.a1
7618   eng7.L.4.c1
7619   eng7.L.4.c2
7620   eng7.L.4.c3
7621   eng7.L.4.c4
7622   eng8.1.1.a
7623   eng8.1.1.b
7624   eng8.1.1.c
7625   eng8.1.1.d
7626   eng8.1.1.e
7627   eng8.1.1.f
7628   eng8.1.1.g
7629   eng8.1.2.a
7630   eng8.1.2.b
7631   eng8.1.2.c
7632   eng8.1.2.d
7633   eng8.1.2.e
7634   eng8.1.2.f1
7635   eng8.1.2.f2
7636   eng8.1.2.g
7637   eng8.1.2.h
7638   eng8.1.2.I
7639   eng8.1.2.j
7640   eng8.1.3.a
7641   eng8.2.1a.a
7642   eng8.2.1a.b
7643   eng8.2.1a.c
7644   eng8.2.1a.d
7645   eng8.2.1a.e
7646   eng8.2.1b.a
7647   eng8.2.1b.b
7648   eng8.2.1b.c
7649   eng8.2.1b.d
7650   eng8.2.1b.e
7651   eng8.2.2.a
7652   eng8.2.2.b
7653   eng8.2.2.c
7654   eng8.2.2.d
7655   eng8.2.2.e
7656   eng8.2.2.f
7657   eng8.2.2.g
7658   eng8.2.2.h
7659   eng8.2.2.I
7660   eng8.2.2.j
7661   eng8.2.3.a
7662   eng8.3.1.a1
7663   eng8.3.1.a2
7664   eng8.3.1.a3
7665   eng8.3.1.a4
7666   eng8.3.1.a5
7667   eng8.3.1.a6
7668   eng8.3.1.a7
7669   eng8.3.1.b
7670   eng8.3.1.c
7671   eng8.3.1.d
7672   eng8.3.2.a
7673   eng8.3.2.b
7674   eng8.3.2.c
7675   eng8.3.2.d
7676   eng8.3.2.e
7677   eng8.3.2.f
7678   eng8.3.2.g
7679   eng8.3.2.h
7680   eng8.3.3.a
7681   eng8.4.1.a1
7682   eng8.4.1.a2
7683   eng8.4.1.a3
7684   eng8.4.1.b1
7685   eng8.4.1.b2
7686   eng8.4.1.c
7687   eng8.4.1.d
7688   eng8.4.2.a
7689   eng8.4.2.b
7690   eng8.4.2.c
7691   eng8.4.2.d
7692   eng8.4.2.e
7693   eng8.L.1.b5
7694   eng8.L.1.b6
7695   eng8.L.1.e3
7696   eng8.L.1.e4
7697   eng8.L.1.g1
7698   eng8.L.1.g2
7699   eng8.L.1.k2
7700   eng8.L.2.c3
7701   eng8.L.2.d2
7702   eng8.L.2.e1
7703   eng8.L.3.d1
7704   eng8.L.3.e1
7705   eng8.L.3.e2
7706   eng8.L.3.f1
7707   eng8.L.3.h1
7708   eng8.L.4.a2
7709   eng8.L.4.c5
7710   eng8.L.4.c6
7711   eng8.L.4.c7
7712   eng8.L.4.c8
7713   eng8.L.4.c9
7714   eng8.L.4.e1
7715   eng8.W.1.a1
7716   eng8.W.1.a2
7717   eng8.W.1.a3
7718   eng8.W.1.a4
7719   eng8.W.1.a5
7720   eng8.W.1.a6
7721   eng8.W.1.a7
7722   eng8.W.1.a8
7723   eng8.W.1.a9
7724   eng8.W.1.a10
7725   eng8.W.1.a11
7726   eng8.W.1.b1
7727   eng8.W.1.b2
7728   eng8.W.1.b3
7729   eng8.W.1.c1
7730   eng8.W.1.c2
7731   eng8.W.1.c3
7732   eng8.W.1.c4
7733   eng8.W.1.d1
7734   eng8.W.1.d2
7735   eng8.W.1.d3
7736    eng8.W.1.d4
7737    eng8.W.1.e1
7738    eng8.W.1.e2
7739    eng8.W.1.e3
7740    eng8.W.1.e4
7741    eng8.W.1.e5
7742    eng8.W.2.a1
7743    eng8.W.2.a2
7744    eng8.W.2.b1
7745    eng8.W.2.b2
7746    eng8.W.2.c1
7747    eng8.W.2.c2
7748    eng8.W.2.c3
7749    eng8.W.2.c4
7750    eng8.W.2.c5
15271   lm1.5.b.3
15270   lm1.5.b.2
15268   lm1.5.a.2
15269   lm1.5.b.1
15266   lm1.4.c
15267   lm1.5.a.1
15265   lm1.4.b.2
15264   lm1.4.b.1
15263   lm1.4.a.2
15262   lm1.4.a.1
15261   lm1.3.i.2
15260   lm1.3.i.1
15258   lm1.3.h.1
15259   lm1.3.h.2
15257   lm1.3.g.2
15255   lm1.3.f.2
15256   lm1.3.g.1
15254   lm1.3.f.1
15253   lm1.3.e.2
15251   lm1.3.d.2
15252   lm1.3.e.1
15250   lm1.3.d.1
15249   lm1.3.c.2
15247   lm1.3.b.2
15248   lm1.3.c.1
15246   lm1.3.b.1
15244   lm1.3.a.1
15245   lm1.3.a.2
15207   lmk.5.b.2
15208   lmk.5.b.3
15209   lmk.5.b.4
15210   lmk.5.b.5
15211   lmk.5.b.6
15212   lmk.6.a.1
15213   lmk.6.a.2
15214   lmk.6.b.1
15215   lmk.6.b.2
15216   lmk.6.c.1
15217   lmk.6.c.2
15218   lmk.7.a
15219   lmk.7.b.1
15220   lmk.7.b.2
15221   lmk.7.b.3
15222   lmk.7.c.1
15223   lmk.7.c.2
15224   lm1.1.a.1
15225   lm1.1.a.2
15226   lm1.1.a.3
15227   lm1.1.a.4
15228   lm1.1.b.1
15229   lm1.1.b.2
15230   lm1.1.c.1
15231   lm1.1.c.2
15232   lm1.1.d.1
15233   lm1.1.d.2
15234   lm1.1.d.3
15235   lm1.2.a.1
15236   lm1.2.a.2
15237   lm1.2.a.3
15238   lm1.2.b.1
15239   lm1.2.b.2
15240   lm1.2.c.1
15241   lm1.2.c.2
15242   lm1.2.c.3
15243   lm1.2.c.4
15313   lm2.3.d.1
15312   lm2.3.c.2
15311   lm2.3.c.1
15309   lm2.3.b.1
15310   lm2.3.b.2
15308   lm2.3.a.2
15302   lm2.2.b.2
15303   lm2.2.c.1
15304   lm2.2.c.2
15305   lm2.2.c.3
15306   lm2.2.c.4
15307   lm2.3.a.1
15376   lm3.3.d.1
15375   lm3.3.c.2
15374   lm3.3.c.1
15373   lm3.3.b.2
15372   lm3.3.b.1
15371   lm3.3.a.2
15370   lm3.3.a.1
15369   lm3.2.c.4
15368   lm3.2.c.3
15367   lm3.2.c.2
15366   lm3.2.c.1
15365   lm3.2.b.2
15364   lm3.2.b.1
15363   lm3.2.a.3
15361   lm3.2.a.1
15362   lm3.2.a.2
15359   lm3.1.d.2
15360   lm3.1.d.3
15358   lm3.1.d.1
15356   lm3.1.c.1
15357   lm3.1.c.2
15354   lm3.1.b.1
15355   lm3.1.b.2
15353   lm3.1.a.4
15351   lm3.1.a.2
15352   lm3.1.a.3
15350   lm3.1.a.1
15348   lm2.7.c.1
15349   lm2.7.c.2
15346   lm2.7.b.2
15347   lm2.7.b.3
15344   lm2.7.a
15345   lm2.7.b.1
15342   lm2.6.c.1
15343   lm2.6.c.2
15340   lm2.6.b.1
15341   lm2.6.b.2
15339   lm2.6.a.2
15338   lm2.6.a.1
15337   lm2.5.b.6
15335   lm2.5.b.4
15336   lm2.5.b.5
15334   lm2.5.b.3
15333   lm2.5.b.2
15332   lm2.5.b.1
15330   lm2.5.a.1
15331   lm2.5.a.2
15328   lm2.4.b.2
15329   lm2.4.c
15327   lm2.4.b.1
15326   lm2.4.a.2
15324   lm2.3.i.2
15325   lm2.4.a.1
15323   lm2.3.i.1
15322   lm2.3.h.2
15321   lm2.3.h.1
15320   lm2.3.g.2
15319   lm2.3.g.1
15318   lm2.3.f.2
15316   lm2.3.e.2
15317   lm2.3.f.1
15315   lm2.3.e.1
15314   lm2.3.d.2
15443   lm4.3.f.1
15442   lm4.3.e.2
15441   lm4.3.e.1
15440   lm4.3.d.2
15439   lm4.3.d.1
15438   lm4.3.c.2
15437   lm4.3.c.1
15436   lm4.3.b.2
15435   lm4.3.b.1
15434   lm4.3.a.2
15433   lm4.3.a.1
15432   lm4.2.c.4
15431   lm4.2.c.3
15430   lm4.2.c.2
15429   lm4.2.c.1
15428   lm4.2.b.2
15427   lm4.2.b.1
15426   lm4.2.a.3
15425   lm4.2.a.2
15424   lm4.2.a.1
15423   lm4.1.d.3
15422   lm4.1.d.2
15421   lm4.1.d.1
15419   lm4.1.c.1
15420   lm4.1.c.2
15418   lm4.1.b.2
15416   lm4.1.a.4
15417   lm4.1.b.1
15414   lm4.1.a.2
15415   lm4.1.a.3
15412   lm3.7.c.2
15413   lm4.1.a.1
15410   lm3.7.b.3
15411   lm3.7.c.1
15408   lm3.7.b.1
15409   lm3.7.b.2
15407   lm3.7.a
15405   lm3.6.c.1
15406   lm3.6.c.2
15404   lm3.6.b.2
15403   lm3.6.b.1
15401   lm3.6.a.1
15402   lm3.6.a.2
15400   lm3.5.b.6
15399   lm3.5.b.5
15397   lm3.5.b.3
15398   lm3.5.b.4
15396   lm3.5.b.2
15395   lm3.5.b.1
15393   lm3.5.a.1
15394   lm3.5.a.2
15392   lm3.4.c
15391   lm3.4.b.2
15390   lm3.4.b.1
15389   lm3.4.a.2
15388   lm3.4.a.1
15387   lm3.3.i.2
15385   lm3.3.h.2
15386   lm3.3.i.1
15383   lm3.3.g.2
15384   lm3.3.h.1
15382   lm3.3.g.1
15381   lm3.3.f.2
15380   lm3.3.f.1
15379   lm3.3.e.2
15377   lm3.3.d.2
15378   lm3.3.e.1
15509   lm5.3.g.2
15508   lm5.3.g.1
15507   lm5.3.f.2
15506   lm5.3.f.1
15505   lm5.3.e.2
15504   lm5.3.e.1
15503   lm5.3.d.2
15502   lm5.3.d.1
15501   lm5.3.c.2
15500   lm5.3.c.1
15499   lm5.3.b.2
15498   lm5.3.b.1
15497   lm5.3.a.2
15496   lm5.3.a.1
15495   lm5.2.c.4
15494   lm5.2.c.3
15493   lm5.2.c.2
15492   lm5.2.c.1
15491   lm5.2.b.2
15490   lm5.2.b.1
15489   lm5.2.a.3
15488   lm5.2.a.2
15487   lm5.2.a.1
15485   lm5.1.d.2
15486   lm5.1.d.3
15484   lm5.1.d.1
15483   lm5.1.c.2
15481   lm5.1.b.2
15482   lm5.1.c.1
15480   lm5.1.b.1
15479   lm5.1.a.4
15478   lm5.1.a.3
15477   lm5.1.a.2
15475   lm4.7.c.2
15476   lm5.1.a.1
15474   lm4.7.c.1
15473   lm4.7.b.3
15472   lm4.7.b.2
15470   lm4.7.a
15471   lm4.7.b.1
15469   lm4.6.c.2
15467   lm4.6.b.2
15468   lm4.6.c.1
15466   lm4.6.b.1
15465   lm4.6.a.2
15464   lm4.6.a.1
15462   lm4.5.b.5
15463   lm4.5.b.6
15460   lm4.5.b.3
15461   lm4.5.b.4
15459   lm4.5.b.2
15458   lm4.5.b.1
15457   lm4.5.a.2
15456   lm4.5.a.1
15455   lm4.4.c
15454   lm4.4.b.2
15453   lm4.4.b.1
15452   lm4.4.a.2
15451   lm4.4.a.1
15444   lm4.3.f.2
15445   lm4.3.g.1
15446   lm4.3.g.2
15447   lm4.3.h.1
15448   lm4.3.h.2
15449   lm4.3.i.1
15450   lm4.3.i.2
15568   lm6.3.e.2
15567   lm6.3.e.1
15566   lm6.3.d.2
15565   lm6.3.d.1
15564   lm6.3.c.2
15563   lm6.3.c.1
15562   lm6.3.b.2
15561   lm6.3.b.1
15560   lm6.3.a.2
15559   lm6.3.a.1
15558   lm6.2.c.4
15556   lm6.2.c.2
15557   lm6.2.c.3
15555   lm6.2.c.1
15554   lm6.2.b.2
15553   lm6.2.b.1
15552   lm6.2.a.3
15551   lm6.2.a.2
15550   lm6.2.a.1
15548   lm6.1.d.2
15549   lm6.1.d.3
15547   lm6.1.d.1
15545   lm6.1.c.1
15546   lm6.1.c.2
15544   lm6.1.b.2
15543   lm6.1.b.1
15542   lm6.1.a.4
15540   lm6.1.a.2
15541   lm6.1.a.3
15538   lm5.7.c.2
15539   lm6.1.a.1
15537   lm5.7.c.1
15536   lm5.7.b.3
15535   lm5.7.b.2
15533   lm5.7.a
15534   lm5.7.b.1
15532   lm5.6.c.2
15531   lm5.6.c.1
15530   lm5.6.b.2
15529   lm5.6.b.1
15527   lm5.6.a.1
15528   lm5.6.a.2
15525   lm5.5.b.5
15526   lm5.5.b.6
15523   lm5.5.b.3
15524   lm5.5.b.4
15521   lm5.5.b.1
15522   lm5.5.b.2
15520   lm5.5.a.2
15519   lm5.5.a.1
15518   lm5.4.c
15517   lm5.4.b.2
15516   lm5.4.b.1
15515   lm5.4.a.2
15513   lm5.3.i.2
15514   lm5.4.a.1
15512   lm5.3.i.1
15510   lm5.3.h.1
15511   lm5.3.h.2
15205   lmk.5.a.2
15206   lmk.5.b.1
15203   lmk.4.c
15204   lmk.5.a.1
15202   lmk.4.b.2
15201   lmk.4.b.1
15199   lmk.4.a.1
15200   lmk.4.a.2
15197   lmk.3.i.1
15198   lmk.3.i.2
15196   lmk.3.h.2
15194   lmk.3.g.2
15195   lmk.3.h.1
15193   lmk.3.g.1
15192   lmk.3.f.2
15191   lmk.3.f.1
15190   lmk.3.e.2
15189   lmk.3.e.1
15188   lmk.3.d.2
15187   lmk.3.d.1
15186   lmk.3.c.2
15184   lmk.3.b.2
15185   lmk.3.c.1
15183   lmk.3.b.1
15179   lmk.2.c.3
15180   lmk.2.c.4
15181   lmk.3.a.1
15182   lmk.3.a.2
15301   lm2.2.b.1
15300   lm2.2.a.3
15299   lm2.2.a.2
15298   lm2.2.a.1
15296   lm2.1.d.2
15297   lm2.1.d.3
15295   lm2.1.d.1
15294   lm2.1.c.2
15293   lm2.1.c.1
15292   lm2.1.b.2
15291   lm2.1.b.1
15290   lm2.1.a.4
15289   lm2.1.a.3
15288   lm2.1.a.2
15285   lm1.7.c.1
15286   lm1.7.c.2
15287   lm2.1.a.1
15284   lm1.7.b.3
15283   lm1.7.b.2
15281   lm1.7.a
15282   lm1.7.b.1
15279   lm1.6.c.1
15280   lm1.6.c.2
15278   lm1.6.b.2
15277   lm1.6.b.1
15276   lm1.6.a.2
15275   lm1.6.a.1
15272   lm1.5.b.4
15273   lm1.5.b.5
15274   lm1.5.b.6
8640    HC.1.1.1
8641    HC.1.1.1.a
8642    HC.1.1.1.b
8643    HC.1.1.1.d
8644    HC.1.1.1.e
8645    TEST.1.1.1
8646    TEST.1.1.1.a
8647    TEST.1.1.1.b
8648    TEST.1.1.1.c
8649    TEST.1.1.1.d
8650    TEST.1.1.1.e
8651    TEST.1.1.1.d
8652    TEST.1.1.1.e
8653    TEST.1.1.1.f
8654    TEST.1.1.1.g
8655    TEST.1.1.1.h
8656    TEST.1.1.1.i
8657    TEST.1.1.1.x
8658    TEST.1.1.1.y
8659    introd.t.1.4.1
8660    introd.t.1.4.1a
8661    introd.t.1.4.2
8662    introd.t.1.4.3
8663    introd.t.1.4.4
8664    introd.t.1.4.5
8665    introd.t.1.4.6
8666    interd.t.1.5.1
8667    interd.t.1.5.1a
8668    interd.t.1.5.2
8669    interd.t.1.5.2a
8670    interd.t.1.5.3
8671    interd.t.1.5.4
8672    interd.t.1.5.5
8673    interd.t.1.5.6
8674    add.t.1.6.1
8675    add.t.1.6.2
8676   add.t.1.6.3
8677   add.t.1.6.4
8678   add.t.1.6.5
8679   add.t.1.6.6
8680   introd.t.2.4.1
8681   introd.t.2.4.2
8682   interd.t.2.5.1
8683   interd.t.2.5.2
8684   add.t.2.6.1
8685   add.t.2.6.2
8686   introd.t.3.4.1
8687   introd.t.3.4.1a
8688   introd.t.3.4.2
8689   interd.t.3.5.1
8690   interd.t.3.5.2
8691   add.t.3.6.1
8692   add.t.3.6.2
8693   add.t.3.6.3
8694   introd.t.4.4.1
8695   introd.t.4.4.2
8696   introd.t.4.4.2a
8697   interd.t.4.5.1
8698   interd.t.4.5.2
8699   add.t.4.6.1
8700   add.t.4.6.2
8701   introd.t.5.4.1
8702   introd.t.5.4.2
8703   interd.t.5.5.1
8704   interd.t.5.5.2
8705   add.t.5.6.1
8706   add.t.5.6.2
8707   add.t.5.6.3
8708   introd.t.6.4.1
8709   interd.t.6.5.1
8710   add.t.6.6.1
8711   introd.cm.1.4.1
8712   introd.cm.1.4.1a
8713   introd.cm.1.4.2
8714   introd.cm.1.4.3
8715   introd.cm.1.4.4
8716   introd.cm.1.4.5
8717   introd.cm.1.4.6
8718   interd.cm.1.5.1
8719   interd.cm.1.5.1a
8720   interd.cm.1.5.2
8721   interd.cm.1.5.2a
8722   interd.cm.1.5.3
8723   interd.cm.1.5.4
8724   interd.cm.1.5.5
8725   interd.cm.1.5.6
8726   introd.cm.2.4.1
8727   introd.cm.2.4.2
8728   interd.cm.2.5.1
8729   interd.cm.2.5.2
8730   introd.cm.3.4.1
8731   introd.cm.3.4.1a
8732   introd.cm.3.4.2
8733   interd.cm.3.5.1
8734   interd.cm.3.5.2
8735   introd.cm.4.4.1
8736   introd.cm.4.4.2
8737   introd.cm.4.4.2a
8738   interd.cm.4.5.1
8739   interd.cm.4.5.2
8740   introd.cm.5.4.1
8741   introd.cm.5.4.2
8742   interd.cm.5.5.1
8743   interd.cm.5.5.2
8744   add.cm.5.6.1
8745   introd.cm.6.4.1
8746   interd.cm.6.5.1
8747   introd.m.1.4.1
8748   introd.m.1.4.1a
8749   introd.m.1.4.2
8750   introd.m.1.4.3
8751   introd.m.1.4.4
8752   introd.m.1.4.5
8753   introd.m.1.4.6
8754   interd.m.1.5.1
8755   interd.m.1.5.1a
8756   interd.m.1.5.2
8757   interd.m.1.5.2a
8758   interd.m.1.5.3
8759   interd.m.1.5.4
8760   interd.m.1.5.5
8761   interd.m.1.5.6
8762   add.m.1.6.1
8763   add.m.1.6.2
8764   add.m.1.6.3
8765   add.m.1.6.4
8766   add.m.1.6.5
8767   add.m.1.6.6
8768   introd.m.2.4.1
8769   introd.m.2.4.2
8770   interd.m.2.5.1
8771   interd.m.2.5.2
8772   add.m.2.6.1
8773   add.m.2.6.2
8774   introd.m.3.4.1
8775   introd.m.3.4.1a
8776   introd.m.3.4.2
8777   interd.m.3.5.1
8778   interd.m.3.5.2
8779   add.m.3.6.1
8780   add.m.3.6.2
8781   add.m.3.6.3
8782   introd.m.4.4.1
8783   introd.m.4.4.2
8784   introd.m.4.4.2a
8785   interd.m.4.5.1
8786   interd.m.4.5.2
8787   add.m.4.6.1
8788   add.m.4.6.2
8789   introd.m.5.4.1
8790   introd.m.5.4.2
8791   interd.m.5.5.1
8792   interd.m.5.5.2
8793   add.m.5.6.1
8794   add.m.5.6.2
8795   add.m.5.6.3
8796   introd.m.6.4.1
8797   interd.m.6.5.1
8798   add.m.6.6.1
8799   introd.j.1.4.1
8800   introd.j.1.4.1a
8801   introd.j.1.4.2
8802   introd.j.1.4.3
8803   introd.j.1.4.4
8804   introd.j.1.4.5
8805   introd.j.1.4.6
8806   interd.j.1.5.1
8807   interd.j.1.5.1a
8808   interd.j.1.5.2
8809   interd.j.1.5.2a
8810   interd.j.1.5.3
8811   interd.j.1.5.4
8812   interd.j.1.5.5
8813   interd.j.1.5.6
8814   add.j.1.6.1
8815   add.j.1.6.2
8816   add.j.1.6.3
8817   add.j.1.6.4
8818   add.j.1.6.5
8819   add.j.1.6.6
8820   introd.j.2.4.1
8821   introd.j.2.4.2
8822   interd.j.2.5.1
8823   interd.j.2.5.2
8824   add.j.2.6.1
8825   add.j.2.6.2
8826   introd.j.3.4.1
8827   introd.j.3.4.1a
8828   introd.j.3.4.2
8829   interd.j.3.5.1
8830   interd.j.3.5.2
8831   add.j.3.6.1
8832   add.j.3.6.2
8833   add.j.3.6.3
8834   intro.4.4.1
8835   introd.j.4.4.2
8836   introd.j.4.4.2a
8837   interd.j.4.5.1
8838   interd.j.4.5.2
8839   add.j.4.6.1
8840   add.j.4.6.2
8841   introd.j.5.4.1
8842   introd.j.5.4.2
8843   interd.j.5.5.1
8844   interd.j.5.5.2
8845   add.j.5.6.1
8846   add.j.5.6.2
8847   add.j.5.6.3
8848   introd.j.6.4.1
8849   interd.j.6.5.1
8850   add.j.6.6.1
8851   introd.b.1.4.1
8852   introd.b.1.4.1a
8853   introd.b.1.4.2
8854   introd.b.1.4.3
8855   introd.b.1.4.4
8856   introd.b.1.4.5
8857   introd.b.1.4.6
8858   interd.b.1.5.1
8859   interd.b.1.5.1a
8860   interd.b.1.5.2
8861   interd.b.1.5.2a
8862   interd.b.1.5.3
8863   interd.b.1.5.4
8864   interd.b.1.5.5
8865   interd.b.1.5.6
8866   add.b.1.6.1
8867   add.b.1.6.2
8868   add.b.1.6.3
8869   add.b.1.6.4
8870   add.b.1.6.5
8871   add.b.1.6.6
8872    introd.b.2.4.1
8873    introd.b.2.4.2
8874    interd.b.2.5.1
8875    interd.b.2.5.2
8876    add.b.2.6.1
8877    add.b.2.6.2
8878    introd.b.3.4.1
8879    introd.b.3.4.1a
8880    introd.b.3.4.2
8881    interd.b.3.5.1
8882    interd.b.3.5.2
8883    add.b.3.6.1
8884    add.b.3.6.2
8885    add.b.3.6.3
8886    introd.b.4.4.1
8887    introd.b.4.4.2
8888    introd.b.4.4.2a
8889    interd.b.4.5.1
8890    interd.b.4.5.2
8891    add.b.4.6.1
8892    add.b.4.6.2
8893    introd.b.5.4.1
8894    introd.b.5.4.2
8895    interd.b.5.5.1
8896    interd.b.5.5.2
8897    add.b.5.6.1
8898    add.b.5.6.2
8899    add.b.5.6.3
8900    introd.b.6.4.1
8901    interd.b.6.5.1
8902    add.b.6.6.1
34713   eng11.1.1.a
34714   eng11.1.1.b.1
34715   eng11.1.1.b.2
34716   eng11.1.1.c
34717   eng11.1.2.a.1
34718   eng11.1.2.a.2
34719   eng11.1.2.b.1
34720   eng11.1.2.b.2
34721   eng11.1.2.c.1
34722   eng11.1.2.c.2
34723   eng11.1.2.d.1
34724   eng11.1.2.d.2
34725   eng11.1.3.a
34726   eng11.1.3.b
34727   eng11.1.3.c
34728   eng11.1.3.d
34729   eng11.1.3.e
34730   eng11.1.3.f.1
34731   eng11.1.3.f.2
34732   eng11.1.4.a
34733   eng11.1.4.b
34734   eng11.1.4.c.1
34735   eng11.1.4.c.2
34736   eng11.1.5.a
34737   eng11.1.5.b
34738   eng11.1.5.c
34739   eng11.1.5.d
34740   eng11.2.1.a.1
34741   eng11.2.1.a.2
34742   eng11.2.1.a.3
34743   eng11.2.1.a.4
34744   eng11.2.1.b.1
34745   eng11.2.1.b.2
34746   eng11.2.1.c.1
34747   eng11.2.1.c.2
34748   eng11.2.1.c.3
34749   eng11.2.1.c.4
34750   eng11.2.1.c.5
34751   eng11.2.1.d
34752   eng11.2.1.e
34753   eng11.2.1.f
34754   eng11.2.1.g
34755   eng11.2.1.h.1
34756   .2.1.h.2
34757   eng11.2.1.i
34758   eng11.2.1.j
34759   eng11.2.2.a
34760   eng11.2.2.b
34761   eng11.2.2.c
34762   eng11.2.2.d
34763   eng11.2.2.e
34764   eng11.2.2.f.1
34765   eng11.2.2.f.2
34766   eng11.2.2.f.3
34767   eng11.2.2.g
34768   eng11.2.2.h
34769   eng11.2.3.a
34770   eng11.2.3.b
34771   eng11.2.3.c
34772   eng11.2.3.d
34773   eng11.2.3.e
34774   eng11.2.3.f
34775   eng11.2.3.g
34776   eng11.2.4.a
34777   eng11.2.4.b
34778   eng11.2.4.c
34779   eng11.3.1.a
34780   eng11.3.1.b.1
34781   eng11.3.1.b.2
34782   eng11.3.1.b.3
34783   eng11.3.1.c.1
34784   eng11.3.1.c.2
34785   eng11.3.1.c.3
34786   eng11.3.1.d
34787   eng11.3.1.e
34788   eng11.3.1.f
34789   eng11.3.1.g
34790   eng11.3.1.h
34791   eng11.3.1.i.1
34792   eng11.3.1.i.2
34793   eng11.3.1.j
34794   eng11.3.1.k
34795   eng11.3.1.l.1
34796   eng11.3.1.l.2
34797   eng11.3.1.m
34798   eng11.3.2.a
34799   eng11.3.2.b
34800   eng11.3.2.c
34801   eng11.3.2.d
34802   eng11.3.2.e
34803   eng11.3.2.f
34804   eng11.3.2.g
34805   eng11.3.2.h
34806   eng11.3.2.i
34807   eng11.3.2.j
34808   eng11.3.2.k
34809   eng11.3.2.l
34810   eng11.3.2.m
34811   eng11.3.3.a
34812   eng11.3.3.b
34813   eng11.3.3.c
34814   eng11.3.3.d
34815   eng11.3.3.e
34816   eng11.3.3.f
34817   eng11.3.3.g
34818   eng11.3.4.a
34819   eng11.3.4.b
34820   eng11.3.4.c
34821   eng11.4.1.a.1
34822   eng11.4.1.a.2
34823   eng11.4.1.a.3
34824   eng11.4.1.a.4
34825   eng11.4.1.a.5
34826   eng11.4.1.b.1
34827   eng11.4.1.b.2
34828   eng11.4.1.b.3
34829   eng11.4.1.b.4
34830   eng11.4.1.b.5
34831   eng11.4.1.b.6
34832   eng11.4.1.b.7
34833   eng11.4.1.c.1
34834   eng11.4.1.c.2
34835   eng11.4.1.c.3
34836   eng11.4.1.c.4
34837   eng11.4.1.c.5
34838   eng11.4.1.c.6
34839   eng11.4.1.d
34840   eng11.4.1.e
34841   eng11.4.2.a
34842   eng11.4.2.b
34843   eng11.4.2.c
34844   eng11.4.2.d
34845   eng11.4.2.e
34846   eng11.4.2.f
34847   eng11.4.2.g
34848   eng11.4.3.a.1
34849   eng11.4.3.a.2
34850   eng11.4.3.a.3
34851   eng11.4.3.a.4
34852   eng11.4.3.a.5
34853   eng11.4.4.a
34854   eng11.4.4.b
34855   eng11.4.4.c
34856   eng11.4.4.d
34857   eng11.5.1.a
34858   eng11.5.1.b
34859   eng11.5.1.c
34860   eng11.5.1.d
34861   eng11.5.1.e
34862   eng11.5.1.f
34863   eng11.5.1.g
34864   eng11.5.1.h
34865   eng11.5.1.i
34866   eng11.5.1.j
34867   eng11.5.1.k
34868   eng11.5.2.a
34869   eng11.5.2.b
34870   eng11.5.2.c
34871   eng11.5.2.d
34872   eng11.5.2.e
34873   eng11.5.2.f
34874   eng11.5.2.g
34875   eng11.5.2.h
34876   eng11.5.2.i
34877   eng11.5.2.j
34878   eng11.5.3.a
34879   eng11.5.3.b
34880   eng11.5.3.c
34881   eng11.5.3.d.1
34882   eng11.5.3.d.2
34883   eng11.5.3.d.3
34884   eng11.5.3.d.4
34885   eng11.5.4.a
34886   eng11.5.4.b
34887   eng11.5.4.c
34888   eng11.6.1.a.1
34889   eng11.6.1.a.2
34890   eng11.6.1.b.1
34891   eng11.6.1.b.2
34892   eng11.6.2.a.1
34893   eng11.6.2.a.2
34894   eng11.6.2.b.1
32364   .2.1.h.2
34895   eng11.6.2.b.2
34896   eng11.6.2.b.3
34897   eng11.6.3.a.1.
34898   eng11.6.3.a.2.
34899   eng11.6.3.a.3
34900   eng11.6.3.a.4
34901   eng11.6.3.b.1
34902   eng11.6.3.b.2
34903   eng11.6.3.b.3
34904   eng11.6.3.b.4
34905   eng11.6.3.c
34906   eng11.6.4.a.1
34907   eng11.6.4.a.2
34908   eng11.6.4.a.3
34909   eng11.6.4.a.4
34910   eng11.6.4.a.5
34911   eng11.6.4.b.1
34912   eng11.6.4.b.2
34913   eng11.6.4.b.3
34914   eng11.6.4.b.4
34915   eng11.6.4.c.1
34916   eng11.6.4.c.2
34917   eng11.6.4.c.3
34918   eng11.6.4.c.4
34919   eng11.6.4.c.5
34920   eng11.6.5.a.1
34921   eng11.6.5.a.1.a
34922   eng11.6.5.a.1.b
34923   eng11.6.5.a.1.c
34924   eng11.6.5.a.1.d
34925   eng11.6.5.a.2.
34926   eng11.6.5.a.3
34927   eng11.6.5.b.1
34928   eng11.6.5.b.2
34929   eng11.6.5.b.3
34930   eng11.6.5.b.4
34931   eng11.6.5.b.4.a
34932   eng11.6.5.b.4.b
34933   eng11.6.5.b.5
34934   eng11.6.5.b.5.a
34935   eng11.6.5.b.5.b
34936   eng11.6.5.b.6
34937   eng11.6.5.b.7
34938   eng11.6.6.a
34939   eng11.6.6.b
34940   eng11.6.6.c
34941   eng11.6.6.d
34942   eng12.1.1.a
34943   eng12.1.1.b.1
34944   eng12.1.1.b.2
34945   eng12.1.1.c
34946   eng12.1.2.a.1
34947   eng12.1.2.a.2
34948   eng12.1.2.b.1
34949   eng12.1.2.b.2
34950   eng12.1.2.c.1
34951   eng12.1.2.c.2
34952   eng12.1.2.d.1
34953   eng12.1.2.d.2
34954   eng12.1.3.a
34955   eng12.1.3.b
34956   eng12.1.3.c
34957   eng12.1.3.d
34958   eng12.1.3.e
34959   eng12.1.3.f.1
34960   eng12.1.3.f.2
34961   eng12.1.4.a
34962   eng12.1.4.b
34963   eng12.1.4.c.1
34964   eng12.1.4.c.2
34965   eng12.2.1.a.1
34966   eng12.2.1.a.2
34967   eng12.2.1.a.3
34968   eng12.2.1.a.4
34969   eng12.2.1.a.5
34970   eng12.2.1.a.6
34971   eng12.2.1.a.7
34972   eng12.2.1.a.8
34973   eng12.2.1.a.9
34974   eng12.2.1.a.10
34975   eng12.2.1.b.1
34976   eng12.2.1.b.2
34977   eng12.2.1.b.3
34978   eng12.2.1.b.4
34979   eng12.2.1.b.5
34980   eng12.2.1.b.6
34981   eng12.2.1.b.7
34982   eng12.2.1.b.8
34983   eng12.2.1.b.9
34984   eng12.2.2.a.1
34985   eng12.2.2.a.2
34986   eng12.2.2.a.3
34987   eng12.2.2.b.1
34988   eng12.2.2.b.2
34989   eng12.2.2.b.3
34990   eng12.2.2.b.4
34991   eng12.2.2.c
34992   eng12.2.2.d
34993   eng12.2.2.e
34994   eng12.2.2.f
34995   eng12.2.2.g
34996   eng12.2.2.h
34997   eng12.2.2.i
34998   eng12.2.2.j
34999   eng12.2.2.k
35000   eng12.2.2.l
35001   eng12.2.3.a
35002   eng12.2.3.b
35003   eng12.2.3.c
35004   eng12.2.3.d
35005   eng12.2.3.e
35006   eng12.2.3.f
35007   eng12.2.4.a.1
35008   eng12.2.4.a.2
35009   eng12.2.4.a.3
35010   eng12.2.4.a.4
35011   eng12.2.4.a.5
35012   eng12.2.4.a.6
35013   eng12.2.4.b
35014   eng12.2.4.c
35015   eng12.2.4.d.1
35016   eng12.2.4.d.2
35017   eng12.3.1.a.1
35018   eng12.3.1.a.2
35019   eng12.3.1.a.3
35020   eng12.3.1.a.4
35021   eng12.3.1.a.5
35022   eng12.3.1.a.6
35023   eng12.3.1.a.7
35024   eng12.3.1.a.8
35025   eng12.3.1.a.9
35026   eng12.3.1.a.10
35027   eng12.3.1.a.11
35028   eng12.3.1.a.12
35029   eng12.3.1.a.13
35030   eng12.3.1.a.14
35031   eng12.3.1.a.15
35032   eng12.3.1.a.16
35033   eng12.3.1.a.17
35034   eng12.3.1.b.1
35035   eng12.3.1.b.2
35036   eng12.3.1.b.3
35037   eng12.3.1.b.4
35038   eng12.3.1.b.5
35039   eng12.3.1.b.6
35040   eng12.3.1.b.7
35041   eng12.3.2.a.1
35042   eng12.3.2.a.2
35043   eng12.3.2.a.3
35044   eng12.3.2.b.1
35045   eng12.3.2.b.2
35046   eng12.3.2.b.3
35047   eng12.3.2.b.4
35048   eng12.3.2.b.5
35049   eng12.3.2.b.6
35050   eng12.3.2.b.7
35051   eng12.3.2.b.8
35052   eng12.3.2.c
35053   eng12.3.2.d
35054   eng12.3.2.e
35055   eng12.3.2.f.1
35056   eng12.3.2.f.2
35057   eng12.3.2.f.3
35058   eng12.3.2.g
35059   eng12.3.2.h
35060   eng12.3.2.i
35061   eng12.3.2.j
36188   els.4.4.L05
36187   esol23.3.10.i.l
36185   esol23.3.10.i.j
36186   esol23.3.10.i.k
36183   esol23.3.10.i.h
36184   esol23.3.10.i.i
36180   esol23.3.10.i.e
36181   esol23.3.10.i.f
36182   esol23.3.10.i.g
36179   esol23.3.10.i.d
36178   esol23.3.10.i.c
36176   esol23.3.10.i.a
36177   esol23.3.10.i.b
36175   esol23.2.9.i.c
36174   esol23.2.9.i.b
36173   esol23.2.9.i.a
36172   esol23.2.8.i.d
36171   esol23.2.8.i.c
36170   esol23.2.8.i.b
36169   esol23.2.8.i.a
36168   esol23.2.7.i.a
36167   esol23.2.6.i.c
36166   esol23.2.6.i.b
36165   esol23.2.6.i.a
36164   esol23.2.5.i.f
36163   esol23.2.5.i.e
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9460    eng10.1.2.a1
9461    eng10.1.2.b1
9462    eng10.1.2.b2
9463    eng10.1.3.a1
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9471    eng10.1.4.b2
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9474    eng10.1.4.c2
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9477    eng10.2.1.a2
9478    eng10.2.1.a3
9479    eng10.2.1.a4
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9501   eng10.2.2.c2
9502   eng10.2.2.c3
9503   eng10.2.2.c4
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9505   eng10.2.2.d2
9506   eng10.2.2.f1
9507   eng10.2.2.f2
9508   eng10.2.2.g1
9509   eng10.2.2.g2
9510   eng10.2.2.g3
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9512   eng10.2.2.h2
9513   eng10.2.2.h3
9514   eng10.2.2.h4
9515   eng10.2.2.h5
9516   eng10.2.2.h6
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9518   eng10.2.3.b1
9519   eng10.2.3.c1
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9523   eng10.2.3.g1
9524   eng10.2.4.a1
9525   eng10.2.4.b1
9526   eng10.2.4.c1
9527   eng10.3.1.a1
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9532   eng10.3.1.f1
9533   eng10.3.1.g1
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9535   eng10.3.1.h2
9536   eng10.3.1.h3
9537   eng10.3.1.h4
9538   eng10.3.1.h5
9539   eng10.3.1.h6
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9541   eng10.3.1.j1
9542   eng10.3.2.a1
9543   eng10.3.2.a2
9544   eng10.3.2.a3
9545   eng10.3.2.a4
9546   eng10.3.2.a5
9547   eng10.3.2.a6
9548   eng10.3.2.a7
9549   eng10.3.2.a8
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9551   eng10.3.2.b2
9552   eng10.3.2.b3
9553   eng10.3.2.b4
9554   eng10.3.2.b5
9555   eng10.3.2.b6
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9560   eng10.3.2.f2
9561   eng10.3.2.g1
9562   eng10.3.2.g2
9563   eng10.3.2.g3
9564   eng10.3.2.h1
9565   eng10.3.2.h2
9566   eng10.3.2.h3
9567   eng10.3.2.h4
9568   eng10.3.2.h5
9569   eng10.3.2.h6
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9571   eng10.3.3.b1
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9587   eng10.4.1.f2
9588   eng10.4.1.f3
9589   eng10.4.1.f4
9590   eng10.4.1.f5
9591   eng10.4.1.f6
9592   eng10.4.1.g1
9593   eng10.4.2.a1
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9595   eng10.4.2.b2
9596   eng10.4.2.b3
9597   eng10.4.2.b4
9598   eng10.4.2.b5
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9600   eng10.4.2.c2
9601   eng10.4.2.d1
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9610   eng10.4.2.g3
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9612   eng10.4.2.g5
9613   eng10.4.2.g6
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9615   eng10.4.3.b1
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9618   eng10.4.3.e1
9619   eng10.4.3.f1
9620   eng10.4.4.a1
9621   eng10.4.4.b1
9622   eng10.4.4.c1
9623   eng10.5.1.a1
9624   eng10.5.1.a2
9625   eng10.5.1.a3
9626   eng10.5.1.a4
9627   eng10.5.1.b1
9628   eng10.5.1.b1
9629   eng10.5.1.b1
9630   eng10.5.1.b1
9631   eng10.5.1.b1
9632   eng10.5.1.b1
9633   eng10.5.1.b2
9634   eng10.5.1.b3
9635   eng10.5.1.b4
9636   eng10.5.1.b5
9637   eng10.5.2.a1
9638   eng10.5.2.b1
9639   eng10.5.2.b2
9640   eng10.5.2.b3
9641   eng10.5.2.b4
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9644   eng10.5.2.c2
9645   eng10.5.2.c3
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9649   eng10.5.2.e2
9650   eng10.5.2.e3
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9652   eng10.5.2.f2
9653   eng10.5.2.f3
9654   eng10.5.2.f4
9655   eng10.5.2.f5
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9660   eng10.5.5.a1
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9663   eng10.5.6.a1
9664   eng10.5.6.a2
9665   eng10.5.6.a3
9666   eng10.5.6.a4
9667   eng10.5.6.a5
9668   eng10.5.6.a6
9669   eng10.5.6.a7
9670   eng10.5.6.a8
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9674   eng10.5.6.b4
9675   eng10.5.6.b5
9676   eng10.5.6.b6
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9685   rap1.1.1.c1
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9716   rap1.3.1.b2
9717   rap1.3.1.b3
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9719   rap1.3.1.c2
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9721   rap1.3.1.c4
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9723   rap1.3.1.d2
9724   rap1.3.1.d3
9725   rap1.3.1.d4
9726   rap1.3.1.d5
9727   rap1.3.1.d6
9728   rap1.3.1.d7
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9730   rap1.3.1.e2
9731   rap1.3.1.f1
9732   rap1.4.1.a1
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9735   rap1.4.1.d1
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9738   rap1.4.2.c1
9739   rap1.4.3.a1
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9741   rap1.4.3.c1
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9743   rap1.4.4.a1
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9745   rap1.4.4.c1
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9749   rap1.4.6.a1
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9764   rap1.5.3.c1
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9781   rap1.5.5.f1
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10430   eng9.5.2.b1
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10427   eng9.5.1.e7
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10425   eng9.5.1.e5
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10422   eng9.5.1.e2
10421   eng9.5.1.e1
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10417   eng9.5.1.d5
10416   eng9.5.1.d4
10415   eng9.5.1.d3
10414   eng9.5.1.d2
10413   eng9.5.1.d1
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10411   eng9.5.1.c5
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10398   eng9.4.4.a1
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10381   eng9.4.2.g2
10382   eng9.4.2.g3
10380   eng9.4.2.g1
10379   eng9.4.2.f4
10378   eng9.4.2.f3
10377   eng9.4.2.f2
10376   eng9.4.2.f1
10374   eng9.4.2.d1
10375   eng9.4.2.e1
10373   eng9.4.2.c1
10371   eng9.4.2.a1
10372   eng9.4.2.b1
10370   eng9.4.1.e8
10369   eng9.4.1.e7
10368   eng9.4.1.e6
10367   eng9.4.1.e5
10366   eng9.4.1.e4
10365   eng9.4.1.e3
10364   eng9.4.1.e2
10363   eng9.4.1.e1
10362   eng9.4.1.d7
10361   eng9.4.1.d6
10360   eng9.4.1.d5
10359   eng9.4.1.d4
10358   eng9.4.1.d3
10356   eng9.4.1.d1
10357   eng9.4.1.d2
10355   eng9.4.1.c6
10354   eng9.4.1.c5
10353   eng9.4.1.c4
10352   eng9.4.1.c3
10351   eng9.4.1.c2
10350   eng9.4.1.c1
10349   eng9.4.1.b2
10348   eng9.4.1.b1
10347   eng9.4.1.a2
10346   eng9.4.1.a1
10345   eng9.3.4.c1
10343   eng9.3.4.a1
10344   eng9.3.4.b1
10342   eng9.3.3.g1
10340   eng9.3.3.e1
10341   eng9.3.3.f1
10339   eng9.3.3.d1
10338   eng9.3.3.c1
10336   eng9.3.3.a1
10337   eng9.3.3.b1
10335   eng9.3.2.h1
10334   eng9.3.2.g5
10333   eng9.3.2.g4
10331   eng9.3.2.g2
10332   eng9.3.2.g3
10330   eng9.3.2.g1
10329   eng9.3.2.f3
10328   eng9.3.2.f2
10327   eng9.3.2.f1
10326   eng9.3.2.e4
10325   eng9.3.2.e3
10324   eng9.3.2.e2
10323   eng9.3.2.e1
10322   eng9.3.2.d4
10321   eng9.3.2.d3
10320   eng9.3.2.d2
10319   eng9.3.2.d1
10318   eng9.3.2.c5
10317   eng9.3.2.c4
10316   eng9.3.2.c3
10314   eng9.3.2.c1
10315   eng9.3.2.c2
10312   eng9.3.2.b1
10313   eng9.3.2.b2
10311   eng9.3.2.a1
10310   eng9.3.1.d6
10309   eng9.3.1.d5
10308   eng9.3.1.d4
10307   eng9.3.1.d3
10306   eng9.3.1.d2
10305   eng9.3.1.d1
10303   eng9.3.1.c5
10304   eng9.3.1.c6
10302   eng9.3.1.c4
10300   eng9.3.1.c2
10301   eng9.3.1.c3
10299   eng9.3.1.c1
10298   eng9.3.1.b8
10297   eng9.3.1.b7
10296   eng9.3.1.b6
10295   eng9.3.1.b5
10294   eng9.3.1.b4
10293   eng9.3.1.b3
10292   eng9.3.1.b2
10291   eng9.3.1.b1
10290   eng9.3.1.a5
10289   eng9.3.1.a4
10288   eng9.3.1.a3
10287   eng9.3.1.a2
10286   eng9.3.1.a1
10285   eng9.2.4.c
10283   eng9.2.4.a1
10284   eng9.2.4.b1
10282   eng9.2.3.c1
10281   eng9.2.3.b1
10280   eng9.2.3.a1
10279   eng9.2.2.h1
10277   eng9.2.2.g5
10278   eng9.2.2.g6
10276   eng9.2.2.g4
10275   eng9.2.2.g3
10274   eng9.2.2.g2
10273   eng9.2.2.g1
10272   eng9.2.2.f3
10271   eng9.2.2.f2
10270   eng9.2.2.f1
10269   eng9.2.2.e4
10268   eng9.2.2.e3
10267   eng9.2.2.e2
10266   eng9.2.2.e1
10265   eng9.2.2.d1
10264   eng9.2.2.c1
10263   eng9.2.2.b2
10261   eng9.2.2.a1
10262   eng9.2.2.b1
10260   eng9.2.1.e7
10259   eng9.2.1.e6
10258   eng9.2.1.e5
10257   eng9.2.1.e4
10256   eng9.2.1.e3
10254   eng9.2.1.e1
10255   eng9.2.1.e2
10253   eng9.2.1.d7
10252   eng9.2.1.d6
10250   eng9.2.1.d4
10251   eng9.2.1.d5
10249   eng9.2.1.d3
10248   eng9.2.1.d2
10247   eng9.2.1.d1
10246   eng9.2.1.c8
10245   eng9.2.1.c7
10244   eng9.2.1.c6
10243   eng9.2.1.c5
10242   eng9.2.1.c4
10241   eng9.2.1.c3
10240   eng9.2.1.c2
10239   eng9.2.1.c1
10238   eng9.2.1.b3
10237   eng9.2.1.b2
10236   eng9.2.1.b1
10235   eng9.2.1.a3
10234   eng9.2.1.a2
10233   eng9.2.1.a1
10232   eng9.1.4.c2
10231   eng9.1.4.c1
10230   eng9.1.4.b1
10229   eng9.1.4.a1
10228   eng9.1.3.f2
10227   eng9.1.3.f1
10226   eng9.1.3.e1
10225   eng9.1.3.d1
10224   eng9.1.3.c1
10223   eng9.1.3.b1
10222   eng9.1.3.a1
10221   eng9.1.2.d2
10220   eng9.1.2.d1
10219   eng9.1.2.c2
10218   eng9.1.2.c1
10217   eng9.1.2.b2
10216   eng9.1.2.b1
10215   eng9.1.2.a2
10214   eng9.1.2.a1
10213   eng9.1.1.c1
10212   eng9.1.1.b2
10211   eng9.1.1.b1
10210   eng9.1.1.a1
10432   eng9.5.2.c2
10433   eng9.5.2.c3
10434   eng9.5.2.d1
10435   eng9.5.2.e1
10436   eng9.5.2.e2
10437   eng9.5.2.e3
10438   eng9.5.2.e4
10439   eng9.5.2.f1
10440   eng9.5.2.f2
10441   eng9.5.2.f3
10442   eng9.5.2.g1
10443   eng9.5.2.g2
10444   eng9.5.2.g3
10445   eng9.5.2.g4
10446   eng9.5.2.g5
10447   eng9.5.2.g6
10448   eng9.5.2.h1
10449   eng9.5.3.a1
10450   eng9.5.3.b1
10451   eng9.5.3.c1
10452   eng9.5.3.d1
10453   eng9.5.3.e1
10454   eng9.5.3.f1
10455   eng9.5.4.a1
10456   eng9.5.4.b1
10457   eng9.5.4.c1
10458   eng9.5.5.a1
10459   eng9.5.5.a2
10460   eng9.5.5.a3
10461   eng9.5.5.a4
10462   eng9.5.5.a5
10463   eng9.5.5.a6
10464   eng9.5.5.a7
10465   eng9.5.5.a8
10466   eng9.5.5.b1
10467   eng9.5.5.b2
10468   eng9.5.5.b3
10469   eng9.5.5.b4
10470   eng9.5.5.b5
10471   eng9.5.5.b6
10472   eng9.5.5.c1
10473   eng9.5.5.d1
10474   11.Bacterial Molecular Biology.1.a
10475   11.Bacterial Molecular Biology.1.b
10476   11.Bacterial Molecular Biology.1.c
10477   11.Bacterial Molecular Biology.1.d
10478   11.Bacterial Molecular Biology.1.e
10479   11.Protein Characterization .2.a
10480   11.Protein Characterization .2.b
10481   11.Protein Characterization .2.c
10482   11.Protein Characterization .2.d
10483   11.Protein Characterization .2.e
10484   11.Protein Characterization .2.f
10485   11.Protein Characterization .2.g
10486   11.Protein Characterization .2.h
10487   11.Protein Characterization .2.I
10488   11.Viral Detection.3.a
10489   11.Viral Detection.3.b
10490   11.Viral Detection.3.c
10491   11.Viral Detection.3.d
10492   11.Viral Detection.3.e
10493   11.Viral Detection.3.f
10494   11.Viral Detection.3.g
10495   11.Viral Detection.3.h
10496   11.Genetic Recombination.4.a
10497   11.Genetic Recombination.4.b
10498   11.Genetic Recombination.4.c
10499   11.Genetic Recombination.4.d
10500   11.Genetic Recombination.4.e
10501   11.Genetic Recombination.4.f
10502   11.Genetic Recombination.4.g
10503   11.Genetic Recombination.4.h
10504   11.Genetic Recombination.4.I
10505   11.Genetic Recombination.4.j
10506   GTRES6.1.1.a
10507   GTRES6.1.1.b
10508   GTRES6.1.2.a
10509   GTRES6.1.2.b
10510   GTRES6.1.2.c
10511   GTRES6.3.1.a
10512   GTRES6.3.1.b
10513   GTRES6.3.1.c
10514   GTRES6.3.2.a
10515   GTRES6.3.2.b
10516   GTRES6.3.2.c
10517   GTRES6.3.2.d
10518   GTRES6.3.2.e
10519   GTRES6.3.3.a
10520   GTRES6.3.3.b
10521   GTRES6.3.4.a
10522   GTRES6.3.4.b
10523   GTRES6.3.4.c
10524   GTRES6.3.5.a
10525   GTRES6.3.5.b
10526   GTRES6.3.5.c
10527   GTRES6.3.5.d
10528   GTRES6.3.5.e
10529   GTRES6.2.1.a
10530   GTRES6.2.1.b
10531   GTRES6.2.1.c
10532   GTRES6.2.1.d
10533   GTRES6.2.1.e
10534   GTRES6.2.1.f
10535   GTRES6.2.2.a
10536   GTRES6.2.2.b
10537   GTRES6.4.1.a
10538   GTRES6.4.1.b
10539   GTRES6.4.1.c
10540   GTRES6.4.1.d
10541   GTRES6.4.1.e
10542   GTRES6.4.1.f
10543   GTRES6.4.1.g
10544   GTRES6.4.1.h
10545   GTRES6.5.1.a
10546   GTRES6.5.1.b
10547   GTRES6.5.1.c
10548   GTRES6.5.2.a
10549   GTRES6.5.2.b
10550   GTRES6.5.2.c
10551   GTRES6.5.2.d
10552   GTRES6.5.2.e
10553   GTRES6.5.2.f
10554   GTRES6.5.2.g
10555   GTRES6.5.3.a
10556   GTRES6.5.3.b
10557   GTRES6.5.3.c
10558   GTRES6.5.3.d
21248   Rdg6.2.1.b
21246   Rdg6.1.6.f
21247   Rdg6.2.1.a
21244   Rdg6.1.6.d
21245   Rdg6.1.6.e
21243   Rdg6.1.6.c
21242   Rdg6.1.6.b
21241   Rdg6.1.6.a
21240   Rdg6.1.5.d
21239   Rdg6.1.5.c
21238   Rdg6.1.5.b
21236   Rdg6.1.4.d
21237   Rdg6.1.5.a
21235   Rdg6.1.4.c
21234   Rdg6.1.4.b
21233   Rdg6.1.4.a
21232   Rdg6.1.3.f
21231   Rdg6.1.3.e
21230   Rdg6.1.3.d
21229   Rdg6.1.3.c
21228   Rdg6.1.3.b
21227   Rdg6.1.3.a
21226   Rdg6.1.2.c
21225   Rdg6.1.2.b
21223   Rdg6.1.1.b
21224   Rdg6.1.2.a
21222   Rdg6.1.1.a
21991   TAP.11.05.a
21989   TAP.11.04.a
21990   TAP.11.04.b
21988   TAP.11.03.b
21987   TAP.11.03.a
21986   TAP.11.02.c
21985   TAP.11.02.b
21983   TAP.11.01.d
21984   TAP.11.02.a
21982   TAP.11.01.c
21980   TAP.11.01.a
21981   TAP.11.01.b
21978   TAP.10.02.a
21979   TAP.10.02.b
21977   TAP.10.01.c
21975   TAP.10.01.a
21976   TAP.10.01.b
21973   TAP.09.01.b
21974   TAP.09.02.a
21972   TAP.09.01.a
21971   TAP.08.02.b
21969   TAP.08.01.c
21970   TAP.08.02.a
21968   TAP.08.01.b
21967   TAP.08.01.a
21966   TAP.07.02.b
21965   TAP.07.02.a
21964   TAP.07.01.d
21963   TAP.07.01.c
21962   TAP.07.01.b
21961   TAP.07.01.a
21960   TAP.06.02.d
21959   TAP.06.02.c
21958   TAP.06.02.b
21957   TAP.06.02.a
21956   TAP.06.01.f
21955   TAP.06.01.e
21954   TAP.06.01.d
21952   TAP.06.01.b
21953   TAP.06.01.c
21951   TAP.06.01.a
21950   TAP.05.03.b
21949   TAP.05.03.a
21948   TAP.05.02.b
21947   TAP.05.02.a
21946   TAP.05.01.e
21945   TAP.05.01.d
21944   TAP.05.01.c
21943   TAP.05.01.b
21941   TAP.04.02.e
21942   TAP.05.01.a
21939   TAP.04.02.c
21940   TAP.04.02.d
21938   TAP.04.02.b
21937   TAP.04.02.a
21936   TAP.04.01.c
21932   TAP.03.03.b
21933   TAP.03.03.c
21935   TAP.04.01.b
21934   TAP.04.01.a
21931   TAP.03.03.a
21929   TAP.03.02.d
21930   TAP.03.02.e
21928   TAP.03.02.c
21926   TAP.03.02.a
21927   TAP.03.02.b
21925   TAP.03.01.a
21924   TAP.02.03.a
21923   TAP.02.02.d
21921   TAP.02.02.b
21922   TAP.02.02.c
21920   TAP.02.02.a
21918   TAP.01.02.d
21919   TAP.02.01.a
21917   TAP.01.02.c
21915   TAP.01.02.a
21916   TAP.01.02.b
21914   TAP.01.01.e
21913   TAP.01.01.d
21912   TAP.01.01.c
21910   TAP.01.01.a
21911   TAP.01.01.b
24285   fmusa.6.19.04
24286   fmusa.6.19.05
24287   fmusa.6.20.00
24284   fmusa.6.19.03
24283   fmusa.6.19.02
24282   fmusa.6.19.01
24280   fmusa.5.18.06
24281   fmusa.6.19.00
24279   fmusa.5.18.05
24277   fmusa.5.18.03
24278   fmusa.5.18.04
24275   fmusa.5.18.01
24276   fmusa.5.18.02
24274   fmusa.5.18.00
24273   fmusa.5.17.04
24271   fmusa.5.17.02
24272   fmusa.5.17.03
24270   fmusa.5.17.01
24269   fmusa.5.17.00
24268   fmusa.5.16.04
24266   fmusa.5.16.02
24267   fmusa.5.16.03
24265   fmusa.5.16.01
24263   fmusa.4.15.08
24264   fmusa.5.16.00
24259   fmusa.4.15.04
24260   fmusa.4.15.05
24261   fmusa.4.15.06
24262   fmusa.4.15.07
24258   fmusa.4.15.03
22598   pe5.3.3.g
22597   pe5.3.3.f
22596   pe5.3.3.e
22595   pe5.3.3.d
22594   pe5.3.3.c
22592   pe5.3.3.a
22593   pe5.3.3.b
22591   pe5.3.2.o
22590   pe5.3.2.n
22589   pe5.3.2.m
22588   pe5.3.2.l
22587   pe5.3.2.k
22586   pe5.3.2.j
22584   pe5.3.2.h
22585   pe5.3.2.I
22583   pe5.3.2.g
22582   pe5.3.2.f
22580   pe5.3.2.d
22581   pe5.3.2.e
22579   pe5.3.2.c
22578   pe5.3.2.b
22577   pe5.3.2.a
22576   pe5.3.1.o
22575   pe5.3.1.n
22574   pe5.3.1.m
22573   pe5.3.1.l
22572   pe5.3.1.k
22571   pe5.3.1.j
22570   pe5.3.1.I
22569   pe5.3.1.h
22568   pe5.3.1.g
22567   pe5.3.1.f
22565   pe5.3.1.d
22566   pe5.3.1.e
22564   pe5.3.1.c
22563   pe5.3.1.b
22562   pe5.3.1.a
22561   pe5.2.3.g
22560   pe5.2.3.f
22559   pe5.2.3.e
22558   pe5.2.3.d
22556   pe5.2.3.b
22557   pe5.2.3.c
22555   pe5.2.3.a
22554   pe5.2.2.k
22553   pe5.2.2.j
22552   pe5.2.2.I
16328   CR6.6.5.d
16327   CR6.6.5.c
16326   CR6.6.5.b
16325   CR6.6.5.a
16324   CR6.6.4.d
16323   CR6.6.4.c
16321   CR6.6.4.a
16322   CR6.6.4.b
16320   CR6.6.3.e
16318   CR6.6.3.c
16319   CR6.6.3.d
16317   CR6.6.3.b
16316   CR6.6.3.a
16315   CR6.6.2.e
16313   CR6.6.2.c
16314   CR6.6.2.d
16312   CR6.6.2.b
16311   CR6.6.2.a
16310   CR6.6.1.h
16309   CR6.6.1.g
16308   CR6.6.1.f
16307   CR6.6.1.e
16306   CR6.6.1.d
16305   CR6.6.1.c
16304   CR6.6.1.b
16303   CR6.6.1.a
16302   CR6.5.2.f
16301   CR6.5.2.e4
16300   CR6.5.2.e3
16299   CR6.5.2.e2
16298   CR6.5.2.e1
16297   CR6.5.2.d3
16296   CR6.5.2.d2
16295   CR6.5.2.d1
16294   CR6.5.2.c3
16293   CR6.5.2.c2
16292   CR6.5.2.c1
16291   CR6.5.2.b3
16289   CR6.5.2.b1
16290   CR6.5.2.b2
16288   CR6.5.2.a
16287   CR6.5.1.b
16286   CR6.5.1.a
16285   CR6.4.6.e
16283   CR6.4.6.c
16284   CR6.4.6.d
16282   CR6.4.6.b
16281   CR6.4.6.a9
16280   CR6.4.6.a8
16279   CR6.4.6.a7
16278   CR6.4.6.a6
16277   CR6.4.6.a5
16276   CR6.4.6.a4
16275   CR6.4.6.a3
16274   CR6.4.6.a2
16273   CR6.4.6.a1
16272   CR6.4.5.f
16271   CR6.4.5.e
16270   CR6.4.5.d
16269   CR6.4.5.c
16267   CR6.4.5.a
16268   CR6.4.5.b
16266   CR6.4.4.d
16265   CR6.4.4.c
16264   CR6.4.4.b
16263   CR6.4.4.a
16262   CR6.4.3.j3
16260   CR6.4.3.j1
16261   CR6.4.3.j2
16259   CR6.4.3.I
16256   CR6.4.3.f
16257   CR6.4.3.g
16258   CR6.4.3.h
16255   CR6.4.3.e
16254   CR6.4.3.d
16252   CR6.4.3.b
16253   CR6.4.3.c
16250   CR6.4.2.n
16251   CR6.4.3.a
16249   CR6.4.2.m
16247   CR6.4.2.k
16248   CR6.4.2.l
16246   CR6.4.2.j
16244   CR6.4.2.h
16245   CR6.4.2.I
16243   CR6.4.2.g
16242   CR6.4.2.f
16241   CR6.4.2.e
16240   CR6.4.2.d
16238   CR6.4.2.b
16239   CR6.4.2.c
16237   CR6.4.2.a
16236   CR6.4.1.j
16235   CR6.4.1.I
16233   CR6.4.1.g8
16234   CR6.4.1.h
16232   CR6.4.1.g7
16231   CR6.4.1.g6
16230   CR6.4.1.g5
16229   CR6.4.1.g4
16228   CR6.4.1.g3
16227   CR6.4.1.g2
16226   CR6.4.1.g1
16224   CR6.4.1.e
16225   CR6.4.1.f
16223   CR6.4.1.d
16222   CR6.4.1.c
16221   CR6.4.1.b
16220   CR6.4.1.a
16218   CR6.3.5.e
16219   CR6.3.5.f
16217   CR6.3.5.d
16216   CR6.3.5.c
16215   CR6.3.5.b
16214   CR6.3.5.a
16212   CR6.3.4.e
16213   CR6.3.4.f
16211   CR6.3.4.d
16209   CR6.3.4.b
16210   CR6.3.4.c
16208   CR6.3.4.a
16207   CR6.3.3.g
16205   CR6.3.3.e
16206   CR6.3.3.f
16204   CR6.3.3.d
16203   CR6.3.3.c
16202   CR6.3.3.b
16201   CR6.3.3.a
16199   CR6.3.2.d
16200   CR6.3.2.e
16198   CR6.3.2.c
16196   CR6.3.2.a
16197   CR6.3.2.b
16195   CR6.3.1.c
16194   CR6.3.1.b
16193   CR6.3.1.a
16192   CR6.2.5.c
16191   CR6.2.5.b
16190   CR6.2.5.a
16189   CR6.2.4.d
16188   CR6.2.4.c
16187   CR6.2.4.b
16186   CR6.2.4.a
16185   CR6.2.3.f
16184   CR6.2.3.e
16183   CR6.2.3.d
16182   CR6.2.3.c
16181   CR6.2.3.b
16180   CR6.2.3.a
16179   CR6.2.2.c
16178   CR6.2.2.b
16177   CR6.2.2.a
16176   CR6.2.1.c
16174   CR6.2.1.a
16175   CR6.2.1.b
16173   CR6.1.4.b
16172   CR6.1.4.a
16171   CR6.1.3.h
16170   CR6.1.3.g
16169   CR6.1.3.f
16168   CR6.1.3.e
16166   CR6.1.3.c
16167   CR6.1.3.d
16165   CR6.1.3.b
16164   CR6.1.3.a
22301   pe1.3.2.I
22300   pe1.3.2.h
22298   pe1.3.2.f
22299   pe1.3.2.g
22297   pe1.3.2.e
22296   pe1.3.2.d
22295   pe1.3.2.c
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22293   pe1.3.2.a
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22285   pe1.3.1.g
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22281   pe1.3.1.c
22280   pe1.3.1.b
22279   pe1.3.1.a
22278   pe1.2.3.e
22277   pe1.2.3.d
22276   pe1.2.3.c
22275   pe1.2.3.b
22274   pe1.2.3.a
22273   pe1.2.2.d
22272   pe1.2.2.c
22271   pe1.2.2.b
22270   pe1.2.2.a
22269   pe1.2.1.e
22268   pe1.2.1.d
22267   pe1.2.1.c
22266   pe1.2.1.b
22264   pe1.1.3.e
22265   pe1.2.1.a
22263   pe1.1.3.d
22262   pe1.1.3.c
22261   pe1.1.3.b
22260   pe1.1.3.a
22259   pe1.1.2.e
22258   pe1.1.2.d
22257   pe1.1.2.c
22256   pe1.1.2.b
22255   pe1.1.2.a
22254   pe1.1.1.j
22253   pe1.1.1.I
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22250   pe1.1.1.f
22249   pe1.1.1.e
22248   pe1.1.1.d
22247   pe1.1.1.c
22245   pe1.1.1.a
22246   pe1.1.1.b
22244   pek.3.3.b
22243   pek.3.3.a
22242   pek.3.2.d
22240   pek.3.2.b
22241   pek.3.2.c
22239   pek.3.2.a
22238   pek.3.1.I
22237   pek.3.1.h
22236   pek.3.1.g
22234   pek.3.1.e
22235   pek.3.1.f
22233   pek.3.1.d
22232   pek.3.1.c
22231   pek.3.1.b
22230   pek.3.1.a
22228   pek.3.3.a
22229   pek.3.3.b
22226   pek.2.2.c
22227   pek.2.2.d
22225   pek.2.2.b
22224   pek.2.2.a
22223   pek.2.1.h
22222   pek.2.1.g
22221   pek.2.1.f
22220   pek.2.1.e
22219   pek.2.1.d
22218   pek.2.1.c
22217   pek.2.1.b
22216   pek.2.1.a
22214   pek.1.3.a
22215   pek.1.3.b
22213   pek.1.2.d
22212   pek.1.2.c
22211   pek.1.2.b
22210   pek.1.2.a
22209   pek.1.1.I
22208   pek.1.1.h
22207   pek.1.1.g
22206   pek.1.1.f
22205   pek.1.1.e
22203   pek.1.1.c
22204   pek.1.1.d
22202   pek.1.1.b
22201   pek.1.1.a
16163   CR6.1.2.c
16162   CR6.1.2.b
16161   CR6.1.2.a
16160   CR6.1.1.c
16159   CR6.1.1.b
16158   CR6.1.1.a
22413   pe3.3.2.g
22411   pe3.3.2.e
22412   pe3.3.2.f
22407   pe3.3.2.a
22408   pe3.3.2.b
22409   pe3.3.2.c
22410   pe3.3.2.d
22406   pe3.3.1.I
22405   pe3.3.1.h
22404   pe3.3.1.g
22403   pe3.3.1.f
22402   pe3.3.1.e
22401   pe3.3.1.d
22400   pe3.3.1.c
22399   pe3.3.1.b
22398   pe3.3.1.a
22396   pe3.2.2.b
22397   pe3.2.2.c
22395   pe3.2.2.a
22393   pe3.2.1.d
22394   pe3.2.1.e
22392   pe3.2.1.c
22391   pe3.2.1.b
22390   pe3.2.1.a
22389   pe3.1.3.e
22388   pe3.1.3.d
22387   pe3.1.3.c
22386   pe3.1.3.b
22385   pe3.1.3.a
22383   pe3.1.2.c
22384   pe3.1.2.d
22382   pe3.1.2.b
22381   pe3.1.2.a
22379   pe3.1.1.g
22380   pe3.1.1.h
22378   pe3.1.1.f
22377   pe3.1.1.e
22376   pe3.1.1.d
22375   pe3.1.1.c
22374   pe3.1.1.b
22373   pe3.1.1.a
22372   pe2.3.3.e
22371   pe2.3.3.d
22369   pe2.3.3.b
22370   pe2.3.3.c
22368   pe2.3.3.a
22367   pe2.3.2.k
22366   pe2.3.2.j
22365   pe2.3.2.I
22364   pe2.3.2.h
22363   pe2.3.2.g
22362   pe2.3.2.f
22361   pe2.3.2.e
22360   pe2.3.2.d
22359   pe2.3.2.c
22357   pe2.3.2.a
22358   pe2.3.2.b
22356   pe2.3.1.n
22355   pe2.3.1.m
22354   pe2.3.1.l
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22352   pe2.3.1.j
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22350   pe2.3.1.h
22349   pe2.3.1.g
22348   pe2.3.1.f
22346   pe2.3.1.d
22347   pe2.3.1.e
22345   pe2.3.1.c
22344   pe2.3.1.b
22342   pe2.2.3.e
22343   pe2.3.1.a
22341   pe2.2.3.d
22340   pe2.2.3.c
22338   pe2.2.3.a
22339   pe2.2.3.b
22337   pe2.2.2.d
22336   pe2.2.2.c
22335   pe2.2.2.b
22334   pe2.2.2.a
22333   pe2.2.1.e
22332   pe2.2.1.d
22331   pe2.2.1.c
22330   pe2.2.1.b
22329   pe2.2.1.a
22328   pe2.1.3.e
22327   pe2.1.3.d
22325   pe2.1.3.b
22326   pe2.1.3.c
22323   pe2.1.2.e
22324   pe2.1.3.a
22322   pe2.1.2.d
22321   pe2.1.2.c
22320   pe2.1.2.b
22319   pe2.1.2.a
22318   pe2.1.1.j
22317   pe2.1.1.I
22316   pe2.1.1.h
22315   pe2.1.1.g
22314   pe2.1.1.f
22313   pe2.1.1.e
22312   pe2.1.1.d
22311   pe2.1.1.c
22310   pe2.1.1.b
22309   pe2.1.1.a
22308   pe1.3.3.e
22307   pe1.3.3.d
22306   pe1.3.3.c
22305   pe1.3.3.b
22304   pe1.3.3.a
22303   pe1.3.2.k
22302   pe1.3.2.j
11321   sa1.1.01
11322   sa1.1.02
11323   sa1.1.03
11324   sa1.1.04
11325   sa1.1.05
11326   sa1.1.06
11327   sa1.1.07
11328   sa1.1.08
11329   sa1.2.01
11330   sa1.2.02
11331   sa1.2.03
11332   sa1.2.04
11333   sa1.2.05
11334   sa1.3.01
11335   sa1.3.02
11336   sa1.3.03
11337   sa1.4.01
11338   sa1.4.02
11339   sa1.4.03
11340   sa1.4.04
11341   sa1.4.05
11342   sa1.4.06
11343   sa1.4.07
11344   sa1.4.08
11345   sa1.4.09
11346   sa1.4.10
11347   sa1.5.01
11348   sa1.5.02
11349   sa1.5.03
11350   sa1.5.04
11351   sa1.5.05
11352   sa1.5.06
11353   sa1.5.07
11354   sa1.5.08
11355   sa1.5.09
11356   sa1.5.10
11357   sa1.5.11
11358   sa1.5.12
11359   sa1.5.13
11360   sa1.5.14
11361   sa1.5.15
11362   sa1.5.16
11363   sa1.5.17
11364   sa1.5.18
11365   sa1.5.19
11366   sa1.5.20
11367   sa1.5.21
11368   sa1.5.22
11369   sa1.5.23
11370   sa1.5.24
11371   sa1.5.25
11372   sa1.5.26
11373   sa1.5.27
11374   sa1.5.28
11375   sa1.5.29
11376   sa1.5.30
11377   sa1.5.31
11378   sa1.5.32
11379   sa1.6.01
11380   sa1.6.02
11381   sa1.6.03
11382   sa1.6.04
11383   sa1.6.05
11384   sa1.6.06
11385   sa1.6.07
11386   sa1.6.08
11387   sa1.7.01
11388   sa1.7.02
11389   sa1.7.03
11390   sa1.7.04
11391   sa1.7.05
11392   sa1.7.06
11393   sa1.7.07
11394   sa1.7.08
11395   sa1.7.09
11396   sa1.7.10
11397   sa1.7.11
11398   sa1.7.12
11399   sa1.7.13
11400   sa1.7.14
11401   sa1.7.15
11402   sa1.8.01
11403   sa1.8.02
11404   sa1.8.03
11405   sa1.8.04
11406   sa1.8.05
11407   sa1.8.06
11408   sa1.8.07
11409   sa1.9.01
11410   sa1.9.02
11411   sa1.9.03
11412   sa1.9.04
11413   sa1.9.05
11414   sa1.9.06
11415   sa1.9.07
11416   sa1.10.01
11417   sa1.10.02
11418   sa1.10.03
11419   sa1.11.01
11420   sa1.11.02
11421   sa1.11.03
11422   sa2.1.01
11423   sa2.1.02
11424   sa2.1.03
11425   sa2.1.04
11426   sa2.2.01
11427   sa2.2.02
11428   sa2.2.03
11429   sa2.2.04
11430   sa2.2.05
11431   sa2.2.06
11432   sa2.2.07
11433   sa2.2.08
11434   sa2.3.01
11435   sa2.3.02
11436   sa2.3.03
11437   sa2.3.04
11438   sa2.4.01
11439   sa2.4.02
11440   sa2.4.03
11441   sa2.4.04
11442   sa2.4.05
11443   sa2.4.06
11444   sa2.4.07
11445   sa2.4.08
11446   sa2.4.09
11447   sa2.4.10
11448   sa2.4.11
11449   sa2.4.12
11450   sa2.5.01
11451   sa2.5.02
11452   sa2.5.03
11453   sa2.5.04
11454   sa2.5.05
11455   sa2.5.06
11456   sa2.6.01
11457   sa2.6.02
11458   sa2.6.03
11459   sa2.6.04
11460   sa2.6.05
11461   sa2.6.06
11462   sa2.6.07
11463   sa2.6.08
11464   sa2.6.09
11465   sa2.7.01
11466   sa2.7.02
11467   sa2.7.03
11468   sa2.7.04
11469   sa2.7.05
11470   sa2.7.06
11471   sa2.7.07
11472   sa2.7.08
11473   sa2.7.09
11474   sa2.7.10
11475   sa2.7.11
11476   sa2.7.12
11477   sa2.8.01
11478   sa2.8.02
11479   sa2.8.03
11480   sa2.8.04
11481   sa2.8.05
11482   sa3.1.01
11483   sa3.1.02
11484   sa3.1.03
11485   sa3.1.04
11486   sa3.1.05
11487   sa3.1.06
11488   sa3.1.07
11489   sa3.1.08
11490   sa3.1.09
11491   sa3.1.10
11492   sa3.1.11
11493   sa3.1.12
11494   sa3.1.13
11495   sa3.1.14
11496   sa3.1.15
11497   sa3.1.16
11498   sa3.1.17
11499   sa3.1.18
11500   sa3.1.19
11501   sa3.1.20
11502   sa3.1.21
11503   sa3.1.22
11504   sa3.1.23
11505   sa3.1.24
11506   sa3.1.25
11507   sa3.1.26
11508   sa3.1.27
11509   sa3.1.28
11510   sa3.1.29
11511   sa3.1.30
11512   sa3.1.31
11513   sa3.1.32
11514   sa3.1.33
11515   sa3.1.34
11516   sa3.1.35
11517   sa3.1.36
11518   sa3.1.37
11519   sa3.1.38
11520   sa3.2.01
11521   sa3.2.02
11522   sa3.2.03
11523   sa3.2.04
11524   sa3.2.05
11525   sa3.2.06
11526   sa3.2.07
11527   sa3.2.08
11528   sa3.2.09
11529   sa3.2.10
11530   sa3.2.11
11531   sa3.2.12
11532   sa3.2.13
11533   sa3.2.14
11534   sa3.2.15
11535   sa3.2.16
11536   sa3.2.17
11537   sa3.2.18
11538   sa3.2.19
11539   sa3.2.20
11540   sa3.2.21
11541   sa3.2.22
11542   sa3.2.23
11543   sa3.2.24
11544   sa3.2.25
11545   sa3.2.26
11546   sa3.2.27
11547   sa3.2.28
11548   sa3.2.29
11549   sa3.2.30
11550   sa3.2.31
11551   sa3.2.32
11552   sa3.2.33
11553   sa3.2.34
11554   sa3.2.35
11555   sa3.3.01
11556   sa3.3.02
11557   sa3.3.03
11558   sa3.3.04
11559   sa3.3.05
11560   sa3.3.06
11561   sa3.3.07
11562   sa3.3.08
11563   sa3.3.09
11564   sa3.3.10
11565   sa3.3.11
11566   sa3.3.12
11567   sa3.3.13
11568   sa3.3.14
11569   sa3.3.15
11570   sa3.3.16
11571   sa3.3.17
11572   sa3.3.18
11573   sa3.3.19
11574   sa3.3.20
11575   sa3.3.21
11576   sa3.3.22
11577   sa3.3.23
11578   sa3.3.24
11579   sa3.4.01
11580   sa3.4.02
11581   sa3.4.03
11582   sa3.4.04
11583   sa3.4.05
11584   sa3.4.06
11585   sa3.4.07
11586   sa3.4.08
11587   sa3.4.09
11588   sa3.4.10
11589   sa3.4.11
11590   sa3.4.12
11591   sa3.4.13
11592   sa3.4.14
11593   sa3.4.15
11594   sa3.4.16
11595   sa3.4.17
11596   sa3.4.18
11597   sa3.4.19
11598   sa3.4.20
11599   sa3.4.21
11600   sa3.4.22
11601   sa3.4.23
11602   sa3.4.24
11603   sa3.4.25
11604   sa3.4.26
11605   sa3.4.27
11606   sa3.4.28
11607   sa3.4.29
11608   sa3.4.30
11609   sa3.4.31
11610   sa3.4.32
11611   sa3.4.33
11612   sa3.4.34
11613   sa3.4.35
11614   sa3.4.36
11615   sa3.4.37
11616   sa3.4.38
11617   sa3.4.39
11618   sa3.4.40
11619   sa3.5.01
11620   sa3.5.02
11621   sa3.5.03
11622   sa3.5.04
11623   sa3.5.05
11624   sa3.5.06
11625   sa3.5.07
11626   sa3.5.08
11627   sa3.5.09
11628   sa3.5.10
11629   sa3.5.11
11630   sa3.6.01
11631   sa3.6.02
11632   sa3.6.03
11633   sa3.6.04
11634   sa3.6.05
11635   sa3.6.06
11636   sa3.6.07
11637   sa3.6.08
11638   sa3.6.09
11639   sa3.6.10
11640   sa3.6.11
11641   sa3.6.12
11642   sa3.6.13
11643   sa3.6.14
11644   sa3.6.15
11645   sa3.6.16
11646   sa3.6.17
11647   sa3.6.18
11648   sa3.6.19
11649   sa3.6.20
11650   sa3.7.01
11651   sa3.7.02
11652   sa3.7.03
11653   sa3.7.04
11654   sa3.7.05
11655   sa3.7.06
11656   sa3.7.07
11657   sa3.7.08
11658   sa3.7.09
11659   sa3.7.10
11660   sa3.7.11
11661   sa3.7.12
11662   sa3.7.13
11663   sa3.7.14
11664   sa3.7.15
11665   sa3.8.01
11666   sa3.8.02
11667   sa3.8.03
11668   sa3.8.04
11669   sa3.8.05
11670   sa3.8.06
11671   sa3.8.07
11672   sa3.9.01
11673   sa3.9.02
11674   sa3.9.03
11675   sa3.9.04
11676   sa3.9.05
11677   sa3.9.06
11678   sa3.9.07
11679   sa3.9.08
11680   sa3.9.09
11681   sa3.9.10
11682   sa3.10.01
11683   sa3.10.02
11684   sa3.10.03
11685   sa3.10.04
11686   sa3.10.05
11687   sa3.10.06
11688   sa3.10.07
11689   sa3.11.01
11690   sa3.11.02
11691   sa3.11.03
11692   sa3.11.04
11693   sa3.11.05
11694   sa3.11.06
11695   sa3.11.07
11696   sa3.11.08
11697   sa3.11.09
11698   ITE1.1.1
11699   ITE1.1.2
11700   ITE1.1.3
11701   ITE1.1.4
11702   ITE1.1.5
11703   ITE1.1.6
11704   ITE1.1.7
11705   ITE1.2.1
11706   ITE1.2.2
11707   ITE1.2.3
11708   ITE1.3.1
11709   ITE1.3.2
11710   ITE1.3.3
11711   ITE1.3.4
11712   ITE1.3.5
11713   ITE1.3.6
11714   ITE1.3.7
11715   ITE1.3.8
11716   ITE1.4.1
11717   ITE1.4.2
11718   ITE1.5.1
11719   ITE1.5.2
11720   ITE1.5.3
11721   ITE1.5.4
11722   ITE1.5.5
11723   ITE1.5.6
11724   ITE1.5.7
11725   ITE1.6.1
11726   ITE1.6.2
11727   ITE1.6.3
11728   ITE1.6.4
11729   ITE1.6.5
11730   ITE1.6.6
11731   ITE1.6.7
11732   ITE1.7.1
11733   ITE1.7.2
11734   ITE1.7.3
11735   ITE1.7.4
11736   ITE1.7.5
11737   ITE1.7.6
11738   ITE1.8.01
11739   ITE1.8.02
11740   ITE1.8.03
11741   ITE1.8.04
11742   ITE1.8.05
11743   ITE1.8.06
11744   ITE1.8.07
11745   ITE1.8.08
11746   ITE1.8.09
11747   ITE1.8.10
11748   ITE1.8.11
11749   ITE1.8.12
11750   ITE1.9.1
11751   ITE1.9.2
11752   ITE1.9.3
11753   ITE1.9.4
11754   ITE1.9.5
11755   ITE1.10.1
11756   ITE1.10.2
11757   ITE1.10.3
11758   ITE1.10.4
11759   ITE1.11.1
11760   ITE1.11.2
11761   ITE1.11.3
11762   ITE1.11.4
11763   ITE1.11.5
11764   ITE1.11.6
11765   ITE1.12.1
11766   ITE1.12.2
11767   ITE1.12.3
11768   ITE1.12.4
11769   ITE1.12.5
11770   ITE1.13.1
11771   ITE1.13.2
11772   ITE1.13.3
11773   ITE1.13.4
11774   ITE1.13.5
11775   ITE1.14.1
11776   ITE1.14.2
11777   ITE1.14.3
11778   ITE1.14.4
11779   ITE1.14.5
11780   ITE1.14.6
11781   ITE1.15.1
11782   ITE1.15.2
11783   ITE1.15.3
11784   ITE1.15.4
11785   ITE1.15.5
11786   ITE1.15.6
11787   ITE1.15.7
11788   ITE1.15.8
11789   ITE1.16.1
11790   ITE1.16.2
11791   ITE1.16.3
11792   ITE1.16.4
11793   ITE1.16.5
11794   pob.1.01
11795   pob.1.02
11796   pob.1.03
11797   pob.1.04
11798   pob.1.05
11799   pob.1.06
11800   pob.1.07
11801   pob.1.08
11802   pob.2.01
11803   pob.2.02
11804   pob.2.03
11805   pob.2.04
11806   pob.2.05
11807   pob.2.06
11808   pob.2.07
11809   pob.2.08
11810   pob.2.09
11811   pob.3.01
11812   pob.3.02
11813   pob.3.03
11814   pob.3.04
11815   pob.3.05
11816   pob.3.06
11817   pob.3.07
11818   pob.3.08
11819   pob.3.09
11820   pob.4.01
11821   pob.4.02
11822   pob.4.03
11823   pob.4.04
11824   pob.4.05
11825   pob.4.06
11826   pob.4.07
11827   pob.4.08
11828   pob.4.09
11829   pob.5.01
11830   pob.5.02
11831   pob.5.03
11832   pob.5.04
11833   pob.5.05
11834   pob.5.06
11835   pob.5.07
11836   pob.5.08
11837   pob.6.01
11838   pob.6.02
11839   pob.6.03
11840   pob.6.04
11841   pob.6.05
11842   pob.6.06
11843   pob.6.07
11844   pob.6.08
11845   pob.6.09
11846   pob.7.01
11847   pob.7.02
11848   pob.7.03
11849   pob.7.04
11850   pob.7.05
11851   pob.7.06
11852   pob.7.07
11853   pob.7.08
11854   pob.8.01
11855   pob.8.02
11856   pob.8.03
11857   pob.8.04
11858   pob.8.05
11859   pob.8.06
11860   pob.8.07
11861   pob.9.01
11862   pob.9.02
11863   pob.9.03
11864   pob.9.04
11865   pob.9.05
11866   pob.9.06
11867   pob.9.07
11868   pob.9.08
11869   pob.9.09
11870   pob.9.10
11871   pob.9.11
11872   pob.9.12
11873   pob.10.01
11874   pob.10.02
11875   pob.10.03
11876   pob.10.04
11877   pob.10.05
11878   pob.10.06
11879   pob.10.07
11880   pob.10.08
11881   pob.10.09
11882   pob.11.10
11883   pob.11.01
11884   pob.11.02
11885   pob.11.03
11886   pob.11.04
11887   pob.11.05
11888   pob.11.06
11889   pob.11.07
11890   pob.11.08
11891   pob.11.09
11892   pob.12.01
11893   pob.12.02
11894   pob.12.03
11895   pob.12.04
11896   pob.12.05
11897   pob.12.06
11898   pob.12.07
11899   pob.12.08
11900   pob.12.09
11901   pob.13.01
11902   pob.13.02
11903   pob.13.03
11904   pob.13.04
11905   pob.13.05
11906   pob.13.06
11907   pob.14.01
11908   pob.14.02
11909   pob.14.03
11910   pob.14.04
11911   pob.14.05
11912   pob.14.06
11913   pob.15.01
11914   pob.15.02
11915   pob.15.03
11916   pob.15.04
11917   pob.15.05
11918   pob.15.06
11919   pob.15.07
11920   pob.15.08
11921   pob.15.09
11922   pob.16.01
11923   pob.16.02
11924   pob.16.03
11925   pob.16.04
11926   pob.16.05
11927   pob.16.06
11928   pob.16.07
11929   pob.16.08
11930   pob.16.09
11931   pob.17.01
11932   pob.17.02
11933   pob.17.03
11934   pob.17.04
11935   pob.17.05
11936   pob.17.06
11937   pob.17.07
11938   pob.17.08
11939   pob.17.09
11940   pob.17.10
11941   pob.18.01
11942   pob.18.02
11943   pob.18.03
11944   pob.18.04
11945   pob.18.05
11946   pob.18.06
11947   pob.18.07
11948   pob.18.08
11949   pob.18.09
11950   pob.18.10
11951   pob.18.11
11952   pob.19.01
11953   pob.19.02
11954   pob.19.03
11955   pob.19.04
11956   pob.19.05
11957   pob.19.06
11958   pob.19.07
11959   pob.19.08
11960   pob.19.09
11961   pob.19.10
11962   pob.19.11
11963   pob.19.12
11964   pob.19.13
11965   pob.20.01
11966   pob.20.02
11967   pob.20.03
11968   pob.20.04
11969   pob.20.05
11970   pob.20.06
11971   pob.20.07
11972   pob.20.08
11973   pob.20.09
11974   pob.20.10
11975   pob.20.11
11976   pob.21.01
11977   pob.21.02
11978   pob.21.03
11979   pob.21.04
11980   pob.21.05
11981   pob.21.06
11982   pob.21.07
11983   pob.21.08
23587   wl.f2.3.cum.1.b
23586   wl.f2.3.cum.1.a
23584   wl.f2.3.cps.2.b
23585   wl.f2.3.cps.2.c
23583   wl.f2.3.cps.2.a
23582   wl.f2.3.cps.1.f
23581   wl.f2.3.cps.1.e
23580   wl.f2.3.cps.1.d
23579   wl.f2.3.cps.1.c
23578   wl.f2.3.cps.1.b
23577   wl.f2.3.cps.1.a
23576   wl.f2.3.con.2.b
23575   wl.f2.3.con.2.a
23574   wl.f2.3.con.1.c
23572   wl.f2.3.con.1.a
23573   wl.f2.3.con.1.b
23570   wl.f2.3.clt.2.b
23571   wl.f2.3.clt.2.c
23569   wl.f2.3.clt.2.a
23568   wl.f2.3.clt.1.e
23567   wl.f2.3.clt.1.d
23565   wl.f2.3.clt.1.b
23566   wl.f2.3.clt.1.c
23563   wl.f2.3.cip.3.c
23564   wl.f2.3.clt.1.a
23562   wl.f2.3.cip.3.b
23560   wl.f2.3.cip.2.e
23561   wl.f2.3.cip.3.a
23559   wl.f2.3.cip.2.d
23558   wl.f2.3.cip.2.c
23557   wl.f2.3.cip.2.b
23556   wl.f2.3.cip.2.a
23555   wl.f2.3.cip.1.d
23553   wl.f2.3.cip.1.b
23554   wl.f2.3.cip.1.c
23552   wl.f2.3.cip.1.a
23551   wl.f2.2.zzz.1.z
23549   wl.f2.2.lan.1.i
23550   wl.f2.2.yyy.1.y
23548   wl.f2.2.lan.1.h
23547   wl.f2.2.lan.1.g
23546   wl.f2.2.lan.1.f
23545   wl.f2.2.lan.1.e
23544   wl.f2.2.lan.1.d
23543   wl.f2.2.lan.1.c
23542   wl.f2.2.lan.1.b
23541   wl.f2.2.lan.1.a
23540   wl.f2.2.cum.2.d
23538   wl.f2.2.cum.2.b
23539   wl.f2.2.cum.2.c
23537   wl.f2.2.cum.2.a
23536   wl.f2.2.cum.1.b
23535   wl.f2.2.cum.1.a
23534   wl.f2.2.cps.2.b
23533   wl.f2.2.cps.2.a
23532   wl.f2.2.cps.1.f
23531   wl.f2.2.cps.1.e
23529   wl.f2.2.cps.1.c
23530   wl.f2.2.cps.1.d
23329   wl.f1.2.lan.1.I
23330   wl.f1.2.lan.1.j
23328   wl.f1.2.lan.1.h
23327   wl.f1.2.lan.1.g
23325   wl.f1.2.lan.1.e
23326   wl.f1.2.lan.1.f
23323   wl.f1.2.lan.1.c
23324   wl.f1.2.lan.1.d
23321   wl.f1.2.lan.1.a
23322   wl.f1.2.lan.1.b
23319   wl.f1.2.cum.2.d
23320   wl.f1.2.cum.2.e
23317   wl.f1.2.cum.2.b
23318   wl.f1.2.cum.2.c
23315   wl.f1.2.cum.1.e
23316   wl.f1.2.cum.2.a
23314   wl.f1.2.cum.1.d
23312   wl.f1.2.cum.1.b
23313   wl.f1.2.cum.1.c
23310   wl.f1.2.cps.2.c
23311   wl.f1.2.cum.1.a
12066   g3.I.A.1
12067   g3.I.A.2
12068   g3.I.A.3
12069   g3.I.A.4
12070   g3.I.A.5
12071   g3.I.B.1
12072   g3.I.B.2
12073   g3.I.B.3
12074   g3.I.B.4
12075   g3.I.B.5
12076   g3.I.B.6
12077   g3.I.B.7
12078   g3.I.C.1
12079   g3.I.C.2
12080   g3.I.D.1
12081   g3.I.D.2
12082   g3.I.D.3
12083   g3.I.D.4
12084   g3.I.D..5
12085   g3.II.A.1
12086   g3.II.A.2
12087   g3.II.A.3
12088   g3.II.B.1
12089   g3.II.B.2
12090   g3.II.B.3
12091   g3.II.B.4
12092   g3.II.C.1
12093   g3.II.C.2
12094   g3.II.C.3
12095   g3.II.D.1
12096   g3.III.A.1
12097   g3.III.A.2
12098   g3.III.A.3
12099   g3.III.B.1
12100   g3.III.B.2
12101   g3.III.B.3
12102   g3.IV.A.1
12103   g3.IV.A.2
12104   g3.IV.A.3
12105   g3.IV.B.1
12106   g3.IV.B.2
12107   acct1.1.01
12108   acct1.1.02
12109   acct1.1.03
12110   acct1.1.04
12111   acct1.1.05
12112   acct1.1.06
12113   acct1.1.07
12114   acct1.1.08
12115   acct1.2.01
12116   acct1.2.02
12117   acct1.2.03
12118   acct1.2.04
12119   acct1.2.05
12120   acct1.2.06
12121   acct1.2.07
12122   acct1.2.08
12123   acct1.2.09
12124   acct1.2.10
12125   acct1.2.11
12126   acct1.2.12
12127   acct1.3.01
12128   acct1.3.02
12129   acct1.3.03
12130   acct1.3.04
12131   acct1.4.01
12132   acct1.4.02
12133   acct1.4.03
12134   acct1.4.04
12135   acct1.4.05
12136   acct1.4.06
12137   acct1.5.01
12138   acct1.5.02
12139   acct1.5.03
12140   acct1.5.04
12141   acct1.5.05
12142   acct1.5.06
12143   acct1.5.07
12144   acct1.5.08
12145   acct1.5.09
12146   acct2.1.01
12147   acct2.1.02
12148   acct2.1.03
12149   acct2.1.04
12150   acct2.1.05
12151   acct2.1.06
12152   acct2.1.07
12153   acct2.1.08
12154   acct2.1.09
12155   acct2.1.10
12156   acct2.1.11
12157   acct2.1.12
12158   acct2.1.13
12159   acct2.1.14
12160   acct2.1.15
12161   acct2.2.01
12162   acct2.2.02
12163   acct2.2.03
12164   acct2.3.01
12165   acct2.3.02
12166   acct2.3.03
12167   acct2.3.04
12168   acct2.4.01
12169   acct2.4.02
12170   acct2.4.03
12171   acct2.4.04
12172   acct2.4.05
12173   acct2.5.01
12174   acct2.5.02
12175   acct2.5.03
12176   acct2.5.04
12177   acct2.5.05
12178   acct2.5.06
12179   acct2.5.07
12180   acct2.6.01
12181   acct2.6.02
12182   acct2.6.03
12183   acct2.6.04
12184   acct2.6.05
12185   acct2.6.06
12186   acct2.6.07
12187   acct2.6.08
12188   acct2.7.01
12189   acct2.7.02
12190   acct2.7.03
12191   acct2.7.04
12192   acct2.7.05
12193   acct2.7.06
12194   acct2.7.07
12195   acct2.7.08
12196   acct2.8.01
12197   acct2.8.02
12198   acct2.8.03
12199   acct2.8.04
12200   advmktg.1.01
12201   advmktg.1.02
12202   advmktg.1.03
12203   advmktg.1.04
24960   esoleld2.1.uf.1.c
12204   advmktg.1.05
12205   advmktg.1.06
12206   advmktg.1.07
12207   advmktg.1.08
12208   advmktg.1.09
12209   advmktg.1.10
12210   advmktg.2.01
12211   advmktg.2.02
12212   advmktg.2.03
12213   advmktg.2.04
12214   advmktg.2.05
12215   advmktg.2.06
12216   advmktg.2.07
12217   advmktg.2.08
12218   advmktg.2.09
12219   advmktg.3.01
12220   advmktg.3.02
12221   advmktg.3.03
12222   advmktg.3.04
12223   advmktg.3.05
12224   advmktg.3.06
12225   advmktg.3.07
12226   advmktg.3.08
12227   advmktg.3.09
24959   esoleld2.1.uf.1.b
12228   advmktg.4.01
12229   advmktg.4.02
12230   advmktg.4.03
12231   advmktg.4.04
24958   esoleld2.1.uf.1.a
12232   cs4.1.01
12233   cs4.1.02
12234   cs4.1.03
12235   cs4.1.04
12236   cs4.1.05
12237   cs4.1.06
12238   cs4.1.07
12239   cs4.1.08
12240   cs4.1.09
12241   cs4.2.01
12242   cs4.2.02
12243   cs4.2.03
12244   cs4.2.04
12245   cs4.2.05
12246   cs4.3.01
12247   cs4.3.02
12248   cs4.3.03
12249   cs4.3.04
12250   cs4.3.05
12251   cs4.4.01
12252   cs4.5.01
12253   cs4.5.02
12254   cs4.5.03
12255   cs4.5.04
12256   cs4.6.01
12257   cs4.6.02
12258   cs4.6.03
12259   cs4.6.04
12260   cs4.6.05
12261   cs4.7.01
12262   cs4.8.01
12263   cs4.8.02
12264   cs4.9.01
12265   cs4.10.01
12266   cs4.10.02
12267   cs4.11.01
12268   cs4.12.01
12269   cs4.12.02
12270   cs4.12.03
12271   cs4.13.01
12272   cs4.13.02
12273   cs4.13.03
12274   cs4.13.04
12275   cs4.14.01
12276   cs4.14.02
12277   cs4.15.01
12278   cs4.16.01
12279   cs4.17.01
12280   cs3.1.01
12281   cs3.1.02
12282   cs3.1.03
12283   cs3.1.04
12284   cs3.1.05
12285   cs3.1.06
12286   cs3.2.01
12287   cs3.2.02
12288   cs3.2.03
12289   cs3.2.04
12290   cs3.2.05
12291   cs3.2.06
12292   cs3.2.07
12293   cs3.3.01
12294   cs3.3.02
12295   cs3.3.03
12296   cs3.3.04
12297   cs3.3.05
12298   cs3.4.01
12299   cs3.4.02
12300   cs3.4.03
12301   cs3.4.04
12302   cs3.4.05
12303   cs3.4.06
12304   cs3.4.07
12305   cs3.5.01
12306   cs3.5.02
12307   cs3.5.03
12308   cs3.5.04
12309   cs3.5.05
12310   cs3.5.06
12311   cs3.6.01
12312   cs3.6.02
12313   cs3.6.03
12314   cs3.6.04
12315   cs3.6.05
12316   cs3.6.06
12317   cs3.7.01
12318   cs3.7.02
12319   cs3.7.03
12320   cs3.7.04
12321   cs3.7.05
12322   cs3.8.01
12323   cs3.8.02
12324   cs3.8.03
12325   cs3.8.04
12326   cs3.9.01
12327   cs3.10.01
12328   cs3.11.01
12329   cs3.11.02
12330   cs3.11.03
12331   cs3.12.01
12332   ecomm.1.01
12333   ecomm.1.02
12334   ecomm.1.03
12335   ecomm.1.04
12336   ecomm.1.05
12337   ecomm.1.06
12338   ecomm.1.07
12339   ecomm.1.08
12340   ecomm.1.09
12341   ecomm.1.10
12342   ecomm.1.11
12343   ecomm.1.12
12344   ecomm.1.13
12345   ecomm.1.14
12346   ecomm.1.15
23887   wl.g2.1.cip.1.c
12347   ecomm.1.16
12348   ecomm.1.17
12349   ecomm.1.18
12350   ecomm.1.19
12351   ecomm.1.20
12352   ecomm.1.21
12353   ecomm.1.22
12354   ecomm.1.23
23886   wl.g2.1.cip.1.b
12355   ecomm.1.24
12356   ecomm.1.25
12357   ecomm.1.26
12358   ecomm.1.27
12359   ecomm.1.28
23885   wl.g2.1.cip.1.a
12360   ecomm.1.29
12361   ecomm.2.01
12362   ecomm.2.02
12363   ecomm.2.03
12364   ecomm.2.04
12365   ecomm.2.05
12366   ecomm.2.06
12367   ecomm.2.07
12368   ecomm.2.08
12369   ecomm.2.09
12370   ecomm.2.10
12371   ecomm.2.11
12372   ecomm.2.12
12373   ecomm.2.13
12374   ecomm.2.14
12375   ecomm.2.15
12376   ecomm.2.16
12377   ecomm.2.17
12378   ecomm.2.18
12379   ecomm.2.19
12380   ecomm.2.20
12381   ecomm.2.21
12382   ecomm.2.22
24082   wl.g2.4.con.2.b
12383   ecomm.2.23
12384   ecomm.2.24
12385   ecomm.2.25
12386   ecomm.2.26
12387   ecomm.2.27
12388   ecomm.2.28
12389   ecomm.2.29
12390   ecomm.2.30
12391   ecomm.2.31
12392   ecomm.2.32
12393   ecomm.2.33
12394   ecomm.2.34
12395   ecomm.2.35
12396   ecomm.2.36
12397   ecomm.2.37
12398   ecomm.2.38
12399   ecomm.2.39
12400   ecomm.2.40
12401   ecomm.2.41
12402   ecomm.2.42
12403   ecomm.2.43
12404   ecomm.3.01
12405   ecomm.3.02
24104   elss.3.1.L0
12406   ecomm.3.03
12407   ecomm.3.04
12408   ecomm.3.05
12409   ecomm.3.06
12410   ecomm.3.07
12411   ecomm.3.08
12412   ecomm.3.09
12413   ecomm.3.10
12414   ecomm.3.11
12415   ecomm.3.12
12416   ecomm.3.13
12417   ecomm.3.14
12418   ecomm.3.15
12419   ecomm.3.16
12420   ecomm.3.17
12421   ecomm.3.18
12422   ecomm.3.19
12423   ecomm.3.20
12424   ecomm.3.21
12425   ecomm.3.22
12426   ecomm.3.23
12427   ecomm.3.24
12428   ecomm.3.25
12429   ecomm.3.26
12430   ecomm.3.27
12431   ecomm.3.28
12432   ecomm.4.01
12433   ecomm.4.02
12434   ecomm.4.03
12435   ecomm.4.04
12436   ecomm.4.05
12437   ecomm.4.06
12438   ecomm.4.07
12439   ecomm.4.08
12440   ecomm.4.09
12441   ecomm.4.10
12442   ecomm.4.11
12443   ecomm.4.12
12444   ecomm.4.13
12445   ecomm.4.14
12446   ecomm.4.15
12447   ecomm.4.16
12448   ecomm.4.17
12449   ecomm.4.18
12450   ecomm.4.19
12451   ecomm.4.20
12452   ecomm.4.21
12453   ecomm.4.22
12454   ecomm.4.23
12455   ecomm.4.24
12456   ecomm.4.25
12457   ecomm.4.26
12458   ecomm.4.27
12459   ecomm.4.28
12460   ecomm.4.29
12461   ecomm.4.30
12462   ecomm.4.31
12463   ecomm.4.32
12464   ecomm.4.33
12465   ecomm.4.34
12466   ecomm.4.35
12467   ecomm.4.36
12468   ecomm.4.37
12469   ecomm.4.38
12470   ecomm.4.39
12471   ecomm.4.40
12472   ecomm.4.41
12473   ecomm.4.42
12474   ecomm.4.43
12475   ecomm.4.44
12476   ecomm.4.45
12477   ecomm.5.01
12478   ecomm.5.02
12479   ecomm.5.03
12480   ecomm.5.04
12481   ecomm.5.05
12482   ecomm.5.06
12483   ecomm.5.07
12484   ecomm.5.08
12485   ecomm.5.09
12486   ecomm.5.10
12487   ecomm.5.11
12488   ecomm.5.12
12489   ecomm.5.13
12490   ecomm.5.14
12491   ecomm.5.15
12492   ecomm.5.16
12493   ecomm.5.17
12494   ecomm.5.18
24158   fmusa.1.04.00
24157   fmusa.1.03.09
24156   fmusa.1.03.08
24155   fmusa.1.03.07
24154   fmusa.1.03.06
24153   fmusa.1.03.05
24152   fmusa.1.03.04
24151   fmusa.1.03.03
24150   fmusa.1.03.02
24149   fmusa.1.03.01
24148   fmusa.1.03.00
24147   fmusa.1.02.11
24146   fmusa.1.02.10
24145   fmusa.1.02.09
24144   fmusa.1.02.08
24142   fmusa.1.02.06
24143   fmusa.1.02.07
24141   fmusa.1.02.05
24140   fmusa.1.02.04
24139   fmusa.1.02.03
24138   fmusa.1.02.02
24137   fmusa.1.02.01
24136   fmusa.1.02.00
24135   fmusa.1.01.07
24134   fmusa.1.01.06
24133   fmusa.1.01.05
24132   fmusa.1.01.04
24131   fmusa.1.01.03
24130   fmusa.1.01.02
24129   fmusa.1.01.01
24128   fmusa.1.01.00
12583   pom.1.01
12584   pom.1.02
12585   pom.1.03
12586   pom.1.04
12587   pom.1.05
12588   pom.1.06
12589   pom.1.07
12590   pom.1.08
12591   pom.1.09
12592   pom.1.10
12593   pom.1.11
12594   pom.1.12
12595   pom.1.13
12596   pom.1.14
12597   pom.1.15
12598   pom.1.16
12599   pom.2.01
12600   pom.2.02
12601   pom.2.03
12602   pom.2.04
12603   pom.2.05
12604   pom.2.06
12605   pom.2.07
12606   pom.2.08
12607   pom.2.09
12608   pom.2.10
12609   pom.2.11
12610   pom.3.01
12611   pom.3.02
12612   pom.3.03
12613   pom.3.04
12614   pom.4.01
12615   pom.4.02
12616   pom.4.03
12617   pom.4.04
12618   pom.4.05
12619   pom.4.06
12620   pom.4.07
12621   pom.4.08
12622   pom.4.09
12623   pom.4.10
12624   pom.4.11
12625   pom.4.12
12626   pom.4.13
12627   pom.4.14
12628   pom.4.15
12629   pom.4.16
12630   pom.4.17
12631   pom.4.18
12632   pom.4.19
12633   pom.5.01
12634   pom.5.02
12635   pom.5.03
12636   pom.5.04
12637   pom.5.05
12638   pom.5.06
12639   pom.5.07
12640   pom.5.08
12641   pom.5.09
12642   pom.5.10
12643   pom.5.11
12644   pom.5.12
12645   pom.5.13
12646   pom.5.14
12647   pom.5.15
12648   pom.6.01
12649   pom.6.02
12650   pom.6.03
12651   pom.6.04
12652   pom.6.05
12653   pom.6.06
12654   pom.6.07
12655   pom.6.08
12656   pom.6.09
12657   pom.6.10
12658   pom.6.11
12659   pom.6.12
12660   pom.6.13
12661   pom.7.01
12662   pom.7.02
12663   pom.7.03
12664   pom.7.04
12665   pom.7.05
12666   pom.7.06
12667   pom.7.07
12668   pom.7.08
12669   pom.8.01
12670   pom.8.02
12671   pom.8.03
12672   pom.8.04
12673   pom.8.05
12674   pom.8.06
12675   pom.8.07
12676   pom.8.08
12677   pom.8.09
12678   pom.9.01
12679   pom.9.02
12680   pom.9.03
12681   pom.9.04
12682   pom.9.05
12683   pom.9.06
12684   pom.9.07
12685   pom.9.08
12686   pom.9.09
12687   CRDI.1.0
12688   CRDI.1.a
12689   CRDI.1.b
12690   CRDI.1.c
12691   CRDI.1.d
12692   CRDI.1.e
12693   CRDI.1.f
12694   CRDI.2.0
12695   CRDI.2.a
12696   CRDI.2.b
12697   CRDI.2.c
12698   CRDI.2.d
12699   CRDI.2.e
12700   CRDI.2.f
12701   CRDI.2.g
12702   CRDI.3.0
12703   CRDI.3.a
12704   CRDI.3.b
12705   CRDI.3.c
12706   CRDI.3.d
12707   CRDI.3.e
12708   CRDI.3.f
12709   CRDI.4.0
12710   CRDI.4.a
12711   CRDI.4.b
12712   CRDI.4.c
12713   CRDI.4.d
12714   CRDI.5.0
12715   CRDI.5.a
12716   CRDI.5.b
12717   CRDI.5.c
12718   CRDI.5.d
12719   CRDI.5.e
12720   CRDI.5.f
21529   ACRO.08.09.03
21528   ACRO.08.09.02
21527   ACRO.08.09.01
21526   ACRO.08.08.06
21525   ACRO.08.08.05
21524   ACRO.08.08.04
21523   ACRO.08.08.03
21522   ACRO.08.08.02
21520   ACRO.07.07.14
21521   ACRO.08.08.01
21519   ACRO.07.07.13
21518   ACRO.07.07.12
21517   ACRO.07.07.11
21516   ACRO.07.07.10
21515   ACRO.07.07.09
21514   ACRO.07.07.08
21513   ACRO.07.07.07
21512   ACRO.07.07.06
21511   ACRO.07.07.05
21510   ACRO.07.07.04
21509   ACRO.07.07.03
21508   ACRO.07.07.02
21507   ACRO.07.07.01
21506   ACRO.06.06.31
21505   ACRO.06.06.30
21504   ACRO.06.06.29
21503   ACRO.06.06.28
21502   ACRO.06.06.27
21501   ACRO.06.06.26
21500   ACRO.06.06.25
21499   ACRO.06.06.24
21498   ACRO.06.06.23
21497   ACRO.06.06.22
21496   ACRO.06.06.21
21495   ACRO.06.06.20
21494   ACRO.06.06.19
21493   ACRO.06.06.18
21492   ACRO.06.06.17
21491   ACRO.06.06.16
21490   ACRO.06.06.15
21489   ACRO.06.06.14
21487   ACRO.06.06.12
21488   ACRO.06.06.13
21486   ACRO.06.06.11
21485   ACRO.06.06.10
21484   ACRO.06.06.09
21483   ACRO.06.06.08
21482   ACRO.06.06.07
21481   ACRO.06.06.06
21480   ACRO.06.06.05
21479   ACRO.06.06.04
21478   ACRO.06.06.03
21477   ACRO.06.06.02
21476   ACRO.06.06.01
21475   ACRO.05.05.09
21474   ACRO.05.05.08
21473   ACRO.05.05.07
21472   ACRO.05.05.06
21471   ACRO.05.05.05
21470   ACRO.05.05.04
21469   ACRO.05.05.03
21468   ACRO.05.05.02
21467   ACRO.05.05.01
21466   ACRO.04.04.07
21465   ACRO.04.04.06
21464   ACRO.04.04.05
21463   ACRO.04.04.04
21461   ACRO.04.04.02
21462   ACRO.04.04.03
21460   ACRO.04.04.01
21459   ACRO.03.03.07
21458   ACRO.03.03.06
21457   ACRO.03.03.05
21456   ACRO.03.03.04
21455   ACRO.03.03.03
21454   ACRO.03.03.02
21453   ACRO.03.03.01
21452   ACRO.02.02.10
21451   ACRO.02.02.09
21450   ACRO.02.02.08
21449   ACRO.02.02.07
21448   ACRO.02.02.06
21447   ACRO.02.02.05
21446   ACRO.02.02.04
21445   ACRO.02.02.03
21444   ACRO.02.02.02
21443   ACRO.02.02.01
21442   ACRO.01.01.06
21441   ACRO.01.01.05
21440   ACRO.01.01.04
21439   ACRO.01.01.03
21438   ACRO.01.01.02
21437   ACRO.01.01.01
22023   MSFACS.8.2.1.a
22021   MSFACS.8.1.2.a
22022   MSFACS.8.1.2.b
22020   MSFACS.8.1.1.c
22019   MSFACS.8.1.1.b
22018   MSFACS.8.1.1.a
22017   MSFACS.7.3.1.c
22016   MSFACS.7.3.1.b
22015   MSFACS.7.3.1.a
22013   MSFACS.7.2.1.b
22014   MSFACS.7.2.1.c
22012   MSFACS.7.2.1.a
22011   MSFACS.7.1.2.b
22010   MSFACS.7.1.2.a
22009   MSFACS.7.1.1.c
22008   MSFACS.7.1.1.b
22007   MSFACS.7.1.1.a
22006   MSFACS.6.2.3.c
22005   MSFACS.6.2.3.b
22004   MSFACS.6.2.3.a
22003   MSFACS.6.2.2.b
22002   MSFACS.6.2.2.a
22000   MSFACS.6.2.1.b
22001   MSFACS.6.2.1.c
21999   MSFACS.6.2.1.a
21998   MSFACS.6.1.2.c
21997   MSFACS.6.1.2.b
21995   MSFACS.6.1.1.d
21996   MSFACS.6.1.2.a
21994   MSFACS.6.1.1.c
21993   MSFACS.6.1.1.b
21992   MSFACS.6.1.1.a
12888   TechEdHS.1.1
12889   TechEdHS.1.2
12890   TechEdHS.1.3
12891   TechEdHS.1.4
12892   TechEdHS.1.5
12893   TechEdHS.1.6
12894   TechEdHS.1.7
12895   TechEdHS.1.8
12896   TechEdHS.2.1
12897   TechEdHS.2.2
12898   TechEdHS.2.3
12899   TechEdHS.2.4
12900   TechEdHS.2.5
12901   TechEdHS.2.6
12902   TechEdHS.3.1
12903   TechEdHS.3.2
12904   TechEdHS.3.3
12905   TechEdHS.3.4
12906   TechEdHS.3.5
12907   TechEdHS.3.6
12908   TechEdHS.4.1
12909   TechEdHS.4.2
12910   TechEdHS.4.3
12911   TechEdHS.4.4
12912   TechEdHS.4.5
12913   TechEdHS.4.6
12914   TechEdHS.4.7
12915   TechEdHS.4.8
12916   TechEdHS.4.9
12917   TechEdHS.4.10
12918   TechEdHS.5.1
12919   TechEdHS.5.2
12920   TechEdHS.5.3
12921   TechEdHS.5.4
12922   TechEdHS.5.5
12923   TechEdHS.5.6
12924   TechEdHS.5.7
12925   TechEdHS.5.8
12926   msv1.1.a
12927   mvs1.1.b
12928   mvs1.1.c
12929   mvs1.1.d
12930   mvs1.1.e
12931   msv1.2.a
12932   msv1.2.b
12933   msv1.2.c
12934   msv1.2.d
12935   msv1.3.a
12936   msv1.4.a
12937   msv1.4.b
12938   msv1.4.c
12939   msv1.4.d
12940   msv1.4.e
12941   msv1.4.f
12942   msv1.4.g
12943   msv2.1.a
12944   msv2.1.b
12945   msv2.1.c
12946   msv2.1.d
12947   msv2.1.e
12948   msv2.1.a
12949   msv2.1.b
12950   msv2.1.c
12951   msv2.3.a
12952   msv2.3.b
12953   msv2.3.c
12954   msv2.4.a
12955   msv2.4.a
12956   msv3.1.a
12957   msv3.1.b
12958   msv3.2.a
12959   msv3.2.b
12960   msv4.1.a
12961   msv4.2.a
12962   msv4.2.b
12963   2msv1.1.a
12964   2mvs1.1.b
12965   2mvs1.1.c
12966   2mvs1.1.d
12967   2mvs1.1.e
12968   2msv1.2.a
12969   2msv1.2.b
12970   2msv1.2.c
12971   2msv1.2.d
12972   2msv1.3.a
12973   2msv1.4.a
12974   2msv1.4.b
12975   2msv1.4.c
12976   2msv1.4.d
12977   2msv1.4.e
12978   2msv1.4.f
12979   2msv1.4.g
12980   2msv2.1.a
12981   2msv2.1.b
12982   2msv2.1.c
12983   2msv2.1.d
12984   2msv2.1.e
12985   2msv2.1.a
12986   2msv2.1.b
12987   2msv2.1.c
12988   2msv2.3.a
12989   2msv2.3.b
12990   2msv2.3.c
12991   2msv2.4.a
12992   2msv2.4.a
12993   2msv3.1.a
12994   2msv3.1.b
12995   2msv3.2.a
12996   2msv3.2.b
12997   2msv4.1.a
12998   2msv4.2.a
12999   2msv4.2.b
13000   3msv1.1.a
13001   3mvs1.1.b
13002   3mvs1.1.c
13003   3mvs1.1.d
13004   3mvs1.1.e
13005   3msv1.2.a
13006   3msv1.2.b
13007   3msv1.2.c
13008   3msv1.2.d
13009   3msv1.3.a
13010   3msv1.4.a
13011   3msv1.4.b
13012   3msv1.4.c
13013   3msv1.4.d
13014   3msv1.4.e
13015   3msv1.4.f
13016   3msv1.4.g
13017   3msv2.1.a
13018   3msv2.1.b
13019   3msv2.1.c
13020   3msv2.1.d
13021   3msv2.1.e
13022   3msv2.1.a
13023   3msv2.1.b
13024   3msv2.1.c
13025   3msv2.3.a
13026   3msv2.3.b
13027   3msv2.3.c
13028   3msv2.4.a
13029   3msv2.4.a
13030   3msv3.1.a
13031   3msv3.1.b
13032   3msv3.2.a
13033   3msv3.2.b
13034   3msv4.1.a
13035   3msv4.2.a
13036   3msv4.2.b
13037   p1.I.A.1
13038   p1.I.A.2
13039   p1.I.A.3
13040   p1.I.A.4
13041   p1.I.A.5
13042   p1.I.B.1
13043   p1.I.B.2
13044   p1.I.B.3
13045   p1.I.B.4
13046   p1.I.B.5
13047   p1.I.B.6
13048   p1.I.C.1
13049   p1.I.C.2
13050   p1.I.D.1
13051   p1.I.D.2
13052   p1.I.D.3
13053   p1.I.D.4
13054   p1.I.D.5
13055   p1.I.D.6
13056   p1.II.A.1
13057   p1.II.A.2
13058   p1.II.A.3
13059   p1.II.A.4
13060   p1.II.B.1
13061   p1.II.B.2
13062   p1.II.B.3
13063   p1.II.B.4
13064   p1.II.B.5
13065   p1.II.B.6
13066   p1.II.C.1
13067   p1.II.D.1
13068   p1.II.D.2
13069   p1.III.A.1
13070   p1.III.A.2
13071   p1.III.B.1
13072   p1.III.B.2
13073   p1.III.B.3
13074   p1.III.B.4
13075   p1.III.B.5
13076   p1.III.B.6
13077   p1.IV.A.1
13078   p1.IV.A.2
13079   p1.IV.B.1
13080   p1.IV.B.2
29517   eng7.4.3.f
29516   eng7.4.3.e
29515   eng7.4.3.d
29514   eng7.4.3.c
29513   eng7.4.3.b
29512   eng7.4.2.h
29511   eng7.4.1.g
29510   eng7.3.3.f
29509   eng7.3.3.e
29508   eng7.3.3.d
29507   eng7.3.3.c
29506   eng7.3.3.b
29505   eng7.3.2.I
29504   eng7.3.1.g
29503   eng7.2.3.f
29502   eng7.2.3.e
29501   eng7.2.3.d
29500   eng7.2.3.c
29499   eng7.2.3.b
29498   eng7.2.2.l
29497   eng7.2.2.k
29496   eng7.2.2.j
29494   eng7.2.1.h
29974   MSFACS.6.3.1.a
29975   MSFACS.6.3.1.b
29492   eng7.1.1.g
13257   aood.7.02
13256   aood.7.01
13255   aood.6.02
13254   aood.6.01
13252   aood.5.21
13253   aood.5.22
13251   aood.5.20
13250   aood.5.19
13249   aood.5.18
13247   aood.5.16
13248   aood.5.17
13245   aood.5.14
13246   aood.5.15
13244   aood.5.13
13243   aood.5.12
13242   aood.5.11
13240   aood.5.09
13241   aood.5.10
13238   aood.5.07
13239   aood.5.08
13237   aood.5.06
13236   aood.5.05
13234   aood.5.03
13235   aood.5.04
13232   aood.5.01
13233   aood.5.02
13230   aood.4.03
13231   aood.4.04
13228   aood.4.01
13229   aood.4.02
13227   aood.3.10
13225   aood.3.08
13226   aood.3.09
13223   aood.3.06
13224   aood.3.07
13222   aood.3.05
13221   aood.3.04
13219   aood.3.02
13220   aood.3.03
13218   aood.3.01
13217   aood.2.03
13216   aood.2.02
13215   aood.2.01
13213   aood.1.11
13214   aood.1.12
13211   aood.1.09
13212   aood.1.10
13209   aood.1.07
13210   aood.1.08
13207   aood.1.05
13208   aood.1.06
13206   aood.1.04
13205   aood.1.03
13203   aood.1.01
13204   aood.1.02
27777   cs2.12.01
27776   cs2.11.01
27775   cs2.10.01
27774   cs2.9.01
27773   cs2.8.01
27772   cs2.7.01
27771   cs2.6.01
27770   cs2.5.01
27769   cs2.4.01
27768   cs2.3.01
27767   cs2.2.01
27766   cs2.1.01
21699   CDVII.3.d
21700   CDVII.3.e
21698   CDVII.3.c
21696   CDVII.3.a
21697   CDVII.3.b
21695   CDVII.2.k
21692   CDVII.2.h
21693   CDVII.2.i
21694   CDVII.2.j
21690   CDVII.2.f
21691   CDVII.2.g
21689   CDVII.2.e
21688   CDVII.2.d
21687   CDVII.2.c
21686   CDVII.2.b
21685   CDVII.2.a
21684   CDVII.1.j
21682   CDVII.1.h
21683   CDVII.1.i
21681   CDVII.1.g
21680   CDVII.1.f
21679   CDVII.1.e
21676   CDVII.1.b
21677   CDVII.1.c
21678   CDVII.1.d
21675   CDVII.1.a
21673   CDVI.3.j
21674   CDVI.3.k
21672   CDVI.3.i
21670   CDVI.3.g
21671   CDVI.3.h
21669   CDVI.3.f
21667   CDVI.3.d
21668   CDVI.3.e
21666   CDVI.3.c
21665   CDVI.3.b
21663   CDVI.2.k
21664   CDVI.3.a
21661   CDVI.2.i
21662   CDVI.2.j
21660   CDVI.2.h
21658   CDVI.2.f
21659   CDVI.2.g
21657   CDVI.2.e
21656   CDVI.2.d
21655   CDVI.2.c
21654   CDVI.2.b
21653   CDVI.2.a
21651   CDVI.1.f
21652   CDVI.1.g
21650   CDVI.1.e
21648   CDVI.1.c
21649   CDVI.1.d
21645   CDV.3.m
21646   CDVI.1.a
21647   CDVI.1.b
21644   CDV.3.l
21642   CDV.3.j
21643   CDV.3.k
21641   CDV.3.i
21640   CDV.3.h
21638   CDV.3.f
21639   CDV.3.g
21636   CDV.3.d
21637   CDV.3.e
21635   CDV.3.c
21634   CDV.3.b
21633   CDV.3.a
21632   CDV.2.j
21631   CDV.2.i
21630   CDV.2.h
21628   CDV.2.f
21629   CDV.2.g
21627   CDV.2.e
21626   CDV.2.d
21624   CDV.2.b
21625   CDV.2.c
21623   CDV.2.a
21621   CDV.1.e
21622   CDV.1.f
21620   CDV.1.d
21618   CDV.1.b
21619   CDV.1.c
21617   CDV.1.a
21616   CDIV.3.g
21615   CDIV.3.f
21613   CDIV.3.d
21614   CDIV.3.e
21612   CDIV.3.c
21611   CDIV.3.b
21610   CDIV.3.a
21608   CDIV.2.f
21609   CDIV.2.g
21607   CDIV.2.e
21606   CDIV.2.d
21605   CDIV.2.c
21604   CDIV.2.b
21603   CDIV.2.a
21602   CDIV.1.f
21601   CDIV.1.e
21599   CDIV.1.c
21600   CDIV.1.d
21598   CDIV.1.b
21597   CDIV.1.a
21596   CDIII.3.g
21595   CDIII.3.f
21594   CDIII.3.e
21593   CDIII.3.d
21592   CDIII.3.c
21591   CDIII.3.b
21589   CDIII.2.d
21590   CDIII.3.a
21587   CDIII.2.b
21588   CDIII.2.c
21585   CDIII.1.i
21586   CDIII.2.a
21583   CDIII.1.g
21584   CDIII.1.h
21581   CDIII.1.e
21582   CDIII.1.f
27739   esolpk1.2.16.b.m
27740   esolpk1.2.17.b.a
27738   esolpk1.2.16.b.l
27737   esolpk1.2.16.b.j
27736   esolpk1.2.16.b.i
27734   esolpk1.2.16.b.g
27735   esolpk1.2.16.b.h
27733   esolpk1.2.16.b.f
27732   esolpk1.2.16.b.e
27731   esolpk1.2.16.b.d
27730   esolpk1.2.16.b.c
27729   esolpk1.2.16.b.b
27728   esolpk1.2.16.b.a
27727   esolpk1.2.15.b.g
27726   esolpk1.2.15.b.f
27725   esolpk1.2.15.b.e
27724   esolpk1.2.15.b.d
27723   esolpk1.2.15.b.c
27722   esolpk1.2.15.b.b
27721   esolpk1.2.15.b.a
27720   esolpk1.2.14.b.f
27719   esolpk1.2.14.b.e
27718   esolpk1.2.14.b.d
27717   esolpk1.2.14.b.c
27716   esolpk1.2.14.b.b
27715   esolpk1.2.14.b.a
27714   esolpk1.2.13.b.n
27713   esolpk1.2.13.b.m
27712   esolpk1.2.13.b.l
27711   esolpk1.2.13.b.k
27710   esolpk1.2.13.b.j
27709   esolpk1.2.13.b.i
27708   esolpk1.2.13.b.h
27707   esolpk1.2.13.b.g
27706   esolpk1.2.13.b.f
27705   esolpk1.2.13.b.e
27704   esolpk1.2.13.b.d
27703   esolpk1.2.13.b.c
27702   esolpk1.2.13.b.b
27701   esolpk1.2.13.b.a
27700   esolpk1.2.12.b.g
27699   esolpk1.2.12.b.f
27698   esolpk1.2.12.b.e
27697   esolpk1.2.12.b.d
27696   esolpk1.2.12.b.c
27695   esolpk1.2.12.b.b
27694   esolpk1.2.12.b.a
27693   esolpk1.2.11.b.c
27692   esolpk1.2.11.b.b
27691   esolpk1.2.11.b.a
27690   esolpk1.2.10.b.d
27689   esolpk1.2.10.b.c
27688   esolpk1.2.10.b.b
27687   esolpk1.2.10.b.a
27686   esolpk1.2.9.b.e
27685   esolpk1.2.9.b.d
27684   esolpk1.2.9.b.c
27683   esolpk1.2.9.b.b
27682   esolpk1.2.9.b.a
27681   esolpk1.2.8.b.c
27680   esolpk1.2.8.b.b
27679   esolpk1.2.8.b.a
27677   esolpk1.2.7.b.f
27678   esolpk1.2.7.b.g
27676   esolpk1.2.7.b.e
27675   esolpk1.2.7.b.d
27674   esolpk1.2.7.b.c
27673   esolpk1.2.7.b.b
27672   esolpk1.2.7.b.a
27671   esolpk1.2.6.b.c
27670   esolpk1.2.6.b.b
27669   esolpk1.2.6.b.a
27668   esolpk1.2.5.b.h
27667   esolpk1.2.5.b.g
27666   esolpk1.2.5.b.f
27664   esolpk1.2.5.b.d
27665   esolpk1.2.5.b.e
27663   esolpk1.2.5.b.c
27662   esolpk1.2.5.b.b
27661   esolpk1.2.5.b.a
27660   esolpk1.2.4.b.j
27658   esolpk1.2.4.b.h
27659   esolpk1.2.4.b.i
27657   esolpk1.2.4.b.g
27655   esolpk1.2.4.b.e
27656   esolpk1.2.4.b.f
27654   esolpk1.2.4.b.d
27653   esolpk1.2.4.b.c
27652   esolpk1.2.4.b.b
27651   esolpk1.2.4.b.a
27650   esolpk1.1.3.b.l
27649   esolpk1.1.3.b.k
27647   esolpk1.1.3.b.i
27648   esolpk1.1.3.b.j
27646   esolpk1.1.3.b.h
27644   esolpk1.1.3.b.f
27645   esolpk1.1.3.b.g
27643   esolpk1.1.3.b.e
27642   esolpk1.1.3.b.d
27641   esolpk1.1.3.b.c
27640   esolpk1.1.3.b.b
27639   esolpk1.1.3.b.a
27638   esolpk1.1.2.b.m
27637   esolpk1.1.2.b.l
27636   esolpk1.1.2.b.k
27635   esolpk1.1.2.b.j
27634   esolpk1.1.2.b.i
27633   esolpk1.1.2.b.h
27632   esolpk1.1.2.b.g
27631   esolpk1.1.2.b.f
27630   esolpk1.1.2.b.e
27629   esolpk1.1.2.b.d
27628   esolpk1.1.2.b.c
27627   esolpk1.1.2.b.b
27626   esolpk1.1.2.b.a
27625   esolpk1.1.1.b.s
27624   esolpk1.1.1.b.r
27622   esolpk1.1.1.b.p
27623   esolpk1.1.1.b.q
27621   esolpk1.1.1.b.o
27620   esolpk1.1.1.b.n
27619   esolpk1.1.1.b.m
27618   esolpk1.1.1.b.l
27617   esolpk1.1.1.b.k
27616   esolpk1.1.1.b.j
27615   esolpk1.1.1.b.i
27614   esolpk1.1.1.b.h
27613   esolpk1.1.1.b.g
27612   esolpk1.1.1.b.f
27611   esolpk1.1.1.b.e
27610   esolpk1.1.1.b.d
27609   esolpk1.1.1.b.c
27608   esolpk1.1.1.b.b
27607   esolpk1.1.1.b.a
13699   esol23.1.1.b.
13700   esol23.1.1.b.a
13701   esol23.1.1.b.b
13702   esol23.1.1.b.c
13703   esol23.1.1.b.d
13704   esol23.1.1.b.e
13705   esol23.1.1.b.f
13706   esol23.1.1.b.g
13707   esol23.1.1.b.h
13708   esol23.1.1.b.i
13709   esol23.1.1.b.j
13710   esol23.1.1.b.k
13711   esol23.1.1.b.l
13712   esol23.1.1.b.m
13713   esol23.1.2.b.
13714   esol23.1.2.b.a
13715   esol23.1.2.b.b
13716   esol23.1.2.b.c
13717   esol23.1.2.b.d
13718   esol23.1.2.b.e
13719   esol23.1.2.b.f
13720   esol23.1.2.b.g
13721   esol23.1.3.b.
13722   esol23.1.3.b.a
13723   esol23.1.3.b.b
13724   esol23.1.3.b.c
13725   esol23.1.3.b.d
13726   esol23.1.3.b.e
13727   esol23.2.4.b.
13728   esol23.2.4.b.a
13729   esol23.2.4.b.b
13730   esol23.2.4.b.c
13731   esol23.2.4.b.d
13732   esol23.2.5.b.
13733   esol23.2.5.b.a
13734   esol23.2.5.b.b
13735   esol23.2.5.b.c
13736   esol23.2.5.b.d
13737   esol23.2.5.b.e
13738   esol23.2.5.b.f
13739   esol23.3.6.b.
13740   esol23.2.6.b.a
13741   esol23.2.6.b.b
13742   esol23.2.6.b.c
13743   esol23.2.7.b.a
13744   esol23.2.8.b.a
13745   esol23.2.8.b.b
13746   esol23.2.8.b.c
13747   esol23.2.8.b.d
13748   esol23.2.9.b.a
13749   esol23.2.9.b.b
13750   esol23.2.9.b.c
13751   esol23.2.9.b.d
13752   esol23.3.10.b.
13753   esol23.3.10.b.a
13754   esol23.3.10.b.b
13755   esol23.3.10.b.c
13756   esol23.3.10.b.d
13757   esol23.3.10.b.e
13758   esol23.3.10.b.f
13759   esol23.3.10.b.g
13760   esol23.3.10.b.h
13761   esol23.3.10.b.i
13762   esol23.3.10.b.j
13763   esol23.3.10.b.k
13764   esol23.3.10.b.l
13765   esol23.3.10.b.m
13766   esol23.3.10.b.n
13767   esol23.3.10.b.o
13768   esol23.3.10.b.p
13769   esol23.3.10.b.q
13770   esol23.3.10.b.r
13771   esol23.3.10.b.s
13772   esol45.1.1.b.
13773   esol45.1.1.b.a
13774   esol45.1.1.b.b
13775   esol45.1.1.b.c
13776   esol45.1.1.b.d
13777   esol45.1.1.b.e
13778   esol45.1.1.b.f
13779   esol45.1.1.b.g
13780   esol45.1.1.b.h
13781   esol45.1.1.b.i
13782   esol45.1.1.b.j
13783   esol45.1.1.b.k
13784   esol45.1.1.b.l
13785   esol45.1.1.b.m
13786   esol45.1.1.b.n
13787   esol45.1.1.b.o
13788   esol45.1.2.b.
13789   esol45.1.2.b.a
13790   esol45.1.2.b.b
13791   esol45.1.2.b.c
13792   esol45.1.2.b.d
13793   esol45.1.2.b.e
13794   esol45.1.2.b.f
13795   esol45.1.2.b.g
13796   esol45.1.2.b.h
13797   esol45.1.2.b.i
13798   esol45.1.2.b.j
13799   esol45.1.2.b.k
13800   esol45.1.2.b.l
13801   esol45.1.2.b.m
13802   esol45.1.2.b.n
13803   esol45.1.2.b.o
13804   esol45.1.2.b.p
13805   esol45.1.2.b.q
13806   esol45.1.2.b.r
13807   esol45.1.3.b.
13808   esol45.1.3.b.a
13809   esol45.1.3.b.b
13810   esol45.1.3.b.c
13811   esol45.1.3.b.d
13812   esol45.1.3.b.e
13813   esol45.1.3.b.f
13814   esol45.1.3.b.g
13815   esol45.1.3.b.h
13816   esol45.1.3.b.i
13817   esol45.1.3.b.j
13818   esol45.1.3.b.k
13819   esol45.1.3.b.l
13820   esol45.1.3.b.m
13821   esol45.1.3.b.n
13822   esol45.1.3.b.o
13823   esol45.1.3.b.p
13824   esol45.1.3.b.q
13825   esol45.2.4.b.
13826   esol45.2.4.b.a
13827   esol45.2.4.b.b
13828   esol45.2.4.b.c
13829   esol45.2.4.b.d
13830   esol45.2.4.b.
13831   esol45.2.4.b.a
13832   esol45.2.4.b.b
13833   esol45.2.4.b.c
13834   esol45.2.5.b.a
13835   esol45.2.5.b.b
13836   esol45.2.5.b.c
13837   esol45.2.5.b.d
13838   esol45.2.5.b.e
13839   esol45.2.5.b.f
13840   esol45.2.5.b.g
13841   esol45.2.5.b.h
13842   esol45.2.5.b.i
13843   esol45.2.5.b.j
13844   esol45.2.5.b.k
13845   esol45.2.5.b.l
13846   esol45.2.5.b.m
13847   esol45.2.5.b.n
13848   esol45.2.5.b.o
13849   esol45.2.5.b.p
13850   esol45.2.5.b.q
13851   esol45.2.5.b.r
13852   esol45.2.5.b.s
13853   esol45.2.5.b.t
13854   esol45.2.5.b.u
13855   esol45.2.5.b.v
13856   esol45.2.5.b.w
13857   esol45.2.5.b.x
13858   esol45.2.5.b.y
13859   esol45.2.5.b.z
13860   esol45.2.5.b.aa
13861   esol45.2.5.b.bb
13862   esol45.2.5.b.cc
13863   esol45.2.6.b.
13864   esol45.2.6.b.a
13865   esol45.2.6.b.b
13866   esol45.2.6.b.c
13867   esol45.2.6.b.d
13868   esol45.2.6.b.e
13869   esol45.2.7.b.a
13870   esol45.2.7.b.b
13871   esol45.2.7.b.c
13872   esol45.2.8.b.a
13873   esol45.2.8.b.b
13874   esol45.2.8.b.c
13875   esol45.2.8.b.d
13876   esol45.2.8.b.e
13877   esol45.2.9.b.a
13878   esol45.2.9.b.b
13879   esol45.2.9.b.c
13880   esol45.2.9.b.d
13881   esol45.3.10.b.
13882   esol45.3.10.b.a
13883   esol45.3.10.b.b
13884   esol45.3.10.b.c
13885   esol45.3.10.b.d
13886   esol45.3.10.b.e
13887   esol45.3.10.b.f
13888   esol45.3.10.b.g
13889   esol45.3.10.b.h
13890   esol45.3.10.b.i
13891   esol45.3.10.b.j
13892   esol45.3.10.b.k
13893   esol45.3.10.b.l
13894   esol45.3.10.b.m
13895   esol45.3.10.b.n
13896   esol45.3.10.b.o
13897   esol45.3.10.b.p
13898   esol45.3.10.b.q
13899   esol45.3.10.b.r
13900   esol45.3.10.b.s
13901   esol45.3.10.b.t
13902   hsc.1.I.A.1
13903   hsc.1.I.A.2
13904   hsc.1.I.A.3
13905   hsc.1.I.A.4
13906   hsc.1.I.A.5
13907   hsc.1.I.A.6
13908   hsc.1.I.A.7
13909   hsc.1.I.B.1
13910   hsc.1.I.B.2
13911   hsc.1.I.B.3
13912   hsc.1.I.B.4
13913   hsc.1.I.B.5
13914   hsc.1.I.B.6
13915   hsc.1.I.B.7
13916   hsc.1.I.B.8
13917   hsc.1.I.B.9
13918   hsc.1.I.B.1
13919   hsc.1.I.B.2
13920   hsc.1.I.B.1
13921   hsc.1.I.B.2
13922   hsc.1.I.B.3
13923   hsc.1.I.B.4
13924   hsc.1.I.B.5
13925   hsc.2.II.A.1
13926   hsc.2.II.A.2
13927   hsc.2.II.A.3
13928   hsc.2.II.A.4
13929   hsc.2.II.A.5
13930   hsc.2.II.A.6
13931   hsc.2.II.A.7
13932   hsc.2.II.A.8
13933   hsc.2.II.A.9
13934   hsc.2.II.B.1
13935   hsc.2.II.B.2
13936   hsc.2.II.B.3
13937   hsc.2.II.B.4
13938   hsc.2.II.B.5
13939   hsc.2.II.B.6
13940   hsc.2.II.B.7
13941   hsc.2.II.C.1
13942   hsc.2.II.C.2
13943   hsc.2.II.C.3
13944   hsc.2.II.C.4
13945   hsc.2.II.D.1
13946   hsc.2.II.D.2
13947   hsc.3.III.A.1
13948   hsc.3.III.A.2
13949   hsc.3.III.A.3
13950   hsc.3.III.B.1
13951   hsc.3.III.B.2
13952   hsc.3.III.B.3
13953   hsc.4.IV.A.1
13954   hsc.4.IV.A.2
13955   hsc.4.IV.A.3
13956   hsc.4.IV.A.4
13957   hsc.4.IV.A.5
13958   hsc.4.IV.A.6
13959   hsc.4.IV.B.1
13960   hsc.4.IV.B.2
13961   hsc.4.IV.B.3
13962   SSS.11R.1
13963   SSS.11R.1A
13964   SSS.11R.1B
13965   SSS.11R.1C
13966   SSS.11R.1D
13967   SSS.11R.1E
13968   SSS.11R.1F
13969   SSS.11R.1G
13970   SSS.111.1
13971   SSS.111.1A
13972   SSS.111.1B
13973   SSS.111.1C
13974   SSS.111.1D
13975   SSS.111.1E
13976   SSS.111.1F
13977   SSS.111.1G
13978   SSS.111.1H
13979   SSS.111.1I
13980   SSS.111.1J
13981   SSS.111.1K
13982   SSS.111.1L
13983   SSS.111.1M
13984   SSS.111.2
13985   SSS.111.2A
13986   SSS.111.2B
13987   SSS.111.2C
13988   SSS.111.2D
13989   SSS.111.2E
13990   SSS.111.2F
13991   SSS.112.1
13992   SSS.112.1A
13993   SSS.112.1B
13994   SSS.112.1C
13995   SSS.112.1D
13996   SSS.112.1E
13997   SSS.112.1F
13998   SSS.112.1G
13999   SSS.112.1H
14000   SSS.112.1I
14001   SSS.112.1J
14002   SSS.112.1K
14003   SSS.112.1L
14004   SSS.112.1M
14005   SSS.112.1N
14006   SSS.112.1O
14007   SSS.112.1P
14008   SSS.112.1Q
14009   SSS.112.1R
14010   SSS.112.1S
14011   SSS.113.1
14012   SSS.113.1A
14013   SSS.113.1B
14014   SSS.113.1C
14015   SSS.113.1D
14016   SSS.113.1E
14017   SSS.113.1F
14018   SSS.113.1G
14019   SSS.113.1H
14020   SSS.113.1I
14021   SSS.113.1J
14022   SSS.113.2
14023   SSS.113.2A
14024   SSS.113.2B
14025   SSS.113.2C
14026   SSS.113.2D
14027   SSS.113.2E
14028   SSS.113.2F
14029   SSS.113.2G
14030   SSS.113.2H
14031   SSS.113.2I
14032   SSS.113.2J
14033   SSS.113.2K
14034   SSS.113.2L
14035   SSS.114.1
14036   SSS.114.1MidEast.A
14037   SSS.114.1MidEast.B
14038   SSS.114.1.MidEast.C
14039   SSS.114.1MidEast.D
14040   SSS.114.1MidEast.E
14041   SSS.114.1MidEast.F
14042   SSS.114.1MidEast.G
14043   SSS.114.1MidEast.H
14044   SSS.114.1MidEast.I
14045   SSS.114.1MidEast.J
14046   SSS.114.1MidEast.K
14047   SSS.114.1MidEast.L
14048   SSS.114.1MidEast.M
14049   SSS.114.1Asia.A
14050   SSS.114.1Asia.B
14051   SSS.114.1Asia.C
14052   SSS.114.1Asia.D
14053   SSS.114.1Asia.E
14054   SSS.114.1Asia.F
14055   SSS.114.1ModEuro.A
14056   SSS.114.1ModEuro.B
14057   SSS.114.1ModEuro.C
14058   SSS.114.1LatinAm.A
14059   SSS.114.1LatinAm.B
14060   SSS.114.1LatinAm.C
14061   SSS.114.1LatinAm.D
14062   SSS.114.1LatinAm.E
14063   SSS.114.1Afr.A
14064   SSS.114.1Afr.B
14065   SSS.114.1Afr.C
14066   SSS.114.1Afr.D
14067   SSS.114.1Afr.E
14068   SSS.114.1.Tech.A
14069   SSS.114.1.Tech.B
14070   SSS.114.1.Tech.C
15604   lm7.1.a.2
15602   lm6.7.c.2
15603   lm7.1.a.1
15601   lm6.7.c.1
15600   lm6.7.b.3
15599   lm6.7.b.2
15598   lm6.7.b.1
15597   lm6.7.a
15595   lm6.6.c.1
15596   lm6.6.c.2
15594   lm6.6.b.2
15593   lm6.6.b.1
15592   lm6.6.a.2
15591   lm6.6.a.1
15590   lm6.5.b.7
15589   lm6.5.b.6
15588   lm6.5.b.5
15586   lm6.5.b.3
15587   lm6.5.b.4
15585   lm6.5.b.2
15583   lm6.5.a.2
15584   lm6.5.b.1
15581   lm6.4.c
15582   lm6.5.a.1
15580   lm6.4.b.2
15579   lm6.4.b.1
15578   lm6.4.a.2
15577   lm6.4.a.1
15575   lm6.3.i.1
15576   lm6.3.i.2
15574   lm6.3.h.2
15573   lm6.3.h.1
15572   lm6.3.g.2
15571   lm6.3.g.1
15570   lm6.3.f.2
15569   lm6.3.f.1
15161   lmk.1.a.1
15162   lmk.1.a.2
15163   lmk.1.a.3
15164   lmk.1.a.4
15165   lmk.1.b.1
15166   lmk.1.b.2
15167   lmk.1.c.1
15168   lmk.1.c.2
15178   lmk.2.c.2
15177   lmk.2.c.1
15176   lmk.2.b.2
15175   lmk.2.b.1
15174   lmk.2.a.3
15173   lmk.2.a.2
15172   lmk.2.a.1
15171   lmk.1.d.3
15169   lmk.1.d.1
15170   lmk.1.d.2
14781   sss.661.05
14780   sss.661.04
14779   sss.661.03
14778   sss.661.02
14777   sss.661.01
14776   sss.661.00
14773   sss.660.02
14774   sss.660.03
14775   sss.660.04
14772   sss.660.01
27950   esmath2.4.03.y
25684   esol68b.1.zzz.1.z
25644   esol68b.1.swi.1.a
25601   esol68b.1.uf.1.f
14364   H1.1.a.a
14365   H1.1.a.b
14366   H1.1.a.c
14367   H1.1.a.d
14368   H1.1.a.e
14369   H1.1.a.f
14370   H1.1.a.g
14371   H1.1.a.h
14372   H1.2.a.a
14373   H1.2.a.b
14374   H1.2.a.c
14375   H1.2.a.d
14376   H1.2.a.e
14377   H1.2.a.f
14378   H1.2.a.g
14379   H1.2.a.h
14380   H1.2.a.I
14381   H1.3.a.a
14382   H1.3.a.b
14383   H1.3.a.c
14384   H1.3.a.d
14385   H1.3.a.e
14386   H1.4.a.a
14387   H1.4.a.b
14388   H1.4.a.c
14389   H1.4.a.d
14390   H1.4.a.e
14391   H1.4.a.f
14392   H6.1.a.a
14393   H6.1.a.b
14394   H6.1.a.c
14395   H6.1.a.d
14396   H6.1.a.e
14397   H6.1.a.f
14398   H6.2.a.a
14399   H6.2.a.b
14400   H6.2.a.c
14401   H6.2.a.d
14402   H6.3.a.a
14403   H6.3.a.b
14404   H6.3.a.c
14405   H6.3.a.d
14406   H6.3.a.e
14407   H6.3.a.f
14408   H6.3.a.g
14409   H6.4.a.a
14410   H6.4.a.b
14411   H6.4.a.c
14412   H6.4.a.d
14413   H6.4.a.e
14414   H6.4.a.f
14415   H6.4.a.g
14416   H6.4.a.h
14417   H7.1.a.a
14418   H7.1.a.b
14419   H7.1.a.c
14420   H7.2.a.a
14421   H7.2.a.b
14422   H7.2.a.c
14423   H7.3.a.a
14424   H7.3.a.b
14425   H7.3.a.c
14426   H7.3.a.d
14427   H7.3.a.e
14428   H7.3.a.f
14429   H7.3.a.g
14430   H7.4.a.a
14431   H7.4.a.b
14432   H7.4.a.c
14433   H7.4.a.d
14434   H7.4.a.e
14435   H7.4.a.f
14436   H7.5.a.a
14437   H7.5.a.b
14438   H7.5.a.c
14439   H7.5.a.d
14440   H7.5.a.e
14441   H7.5.a.f
14442   H8.1.a.a
14443   H8.1.a.b
14444   H8.1.a.c
14445   H8.1.a.d
14446   H8.1.a.e
14447   H8.1.a.f
14448   H8.2.a.a
14449   H8.2.a.b
14450   H8.2.a.c
14451   H8.2.a.d
14452   H8.2.a.e
14453   H8.3.a.a
14454   H8.3.a.b
14455   H8.3.a.c
14456   H8.3.a.d
14457   H8.3.a.e
14458   H8.3.a.f
14459   H8.3.a.g
14460   H8.3.a.h
14461   H8.3.a.I
14462   H8.4.a.a
14463   H8.4.a.b
14464   H8.4.a.c
14465   H8.4.a.d
14466   H9.1.a.a
14467   H9.1.a.b
14468   H9.1.a.c
14469   H9.1.a.d
14470   H9.1.a.e
14471   H9.1.a.f
14472   H9.2.a.a
14473   H9.2.a.b
14474   H9.2.a.c
14475   H9.2.a.d
14476   H9.2.a.e
14477   H9.2.a.f
14478   H9.2.a.g
14479   H9.2.a.h
14480   H9.2.a.I
14481   H9.2.a.j
14482   H9.2.a.k
29252   BCMS.CSCOD1.1.2
29253   BCMS.CSCOD1.1.3
14484   H9.3.a.a
14485   H9.3.a.b
14486   H9.3.a.c
14487   H9.3.a.d
14488   H9.3.a.e
14489   H9.4.a.a
14490   H9.4.a.b
14491   H9.4.a.c
14492   H9.4.a.d
14493   H9.4.a.e
14494   H9.4.a.f
14495   H9.5.a.a
14496   H9.5.a.b
14497   H9.5.a.c
14498   H9.5.a.d
14499   H9.6.a.a
14500   H9.6.a.b
14501   H9.6.a.c
14502   H9.6.a.d
14503   H9.6.a.e
14504   H9.6.a.f
14505   H9.6.a.g
14506   H9.6.a.h
14507   H9.6.a.I
14508   SSS.11R.1
14509   SSS.11R.1A
14510   SSS.11R.1B
14511   SSS.11R.1C
14512   SSS.11R.1D
14513   SSS.11R.1E
14514   SSS.11R.1F
14515   SSS.11R.1G
14516   SSS.111.1
14517   SSS.111.1A
14518   SSS.111.1B
14519   SSS.111.1C
14520   SSS.111.1D
14521   SSS.111.1E
14522   SSS.111.1F
14523   SSS.111.1G
14524   SSS.111.1H
14525   SSS.111.1I
14526   SSS.111.1J
14527   SSS.111.1K
14528   SSS.111.1L
14529   SSS.111.1M
14530   SSS.111.2
14531   SSS.111.2A
14532   SSS.111.2B
14533   SSS.111.2C
14534   SSS.111.2D
14535   SSS.111.2E
14536   SSS.111.2F
14537   SSS.112.1
14538   SSS.112.1A
14539   SSS.112.1B
14540   SSS.112.1C
14541   SSS.112.1D
14542   SSS.112.1E
14543   SSS.112.1F
14544   SSS.112.1G
14545   SSS.112.1H
14546   SSS.112.1I
14547   SSS.112.1J
14548   SSS.112.1K
14549   SSS.112.1L
14550   SSS.112.1M
14551   SSS.112.1N
14552   SSS.112.1O
14553   SSS.112.1P
14554   SSS.112.1Q
14555   SSS.112.1R
14556   SSS.112.1S
14557   SSS.113.1
14558   SSS.113.1A
14559   SSS.113.1B
14560   SSS.113.1C
14561   SSS.113.1D
14562   SSS.113.1E
14563   SSS.113.1F
14564   SSS.113.1G
14565   SSS.113.1H
14566   SSS.113.1I
14567   SSS.113.1J
14568   SSS.113.2
14569   SSS.113.2A
14570   SSS.113.2B
14571   SSS.113.2C
14572   SSS.113.2D
14573   SSS.113.2E
14574   SSS.113.2F
14575   SSS.113.2G
14576   SSS.113.2H
14577   SSS.113.2I
14578   SSS.113.2J
14579   SSS.113.2K
14580   SSS.113.2L
14581   SSS.114.1
14582   SSS.114.1MidEast.A
14583   SSS.114.1MidEast.B
14584   SSS.114.1.MidEast.C
14585   SSS.114.1MidEast.D
14586   SSS.114.1MidEast.E
14587   SSS.114.1MidEast.F
14588   SSS.114.1MidEast.G
14589   SSS.114.1MidEast.H
14590   SSS.114.1MidEast.I
14591   SSS.114.1MidEast.J
14592   SSS.114.1MidEast.K
14593   SSS.114.1MidEast.L
14594   SSS.114.1MidEast.M
14595   SSS.114.1Asia.A
14596   SSS.114.1Asia.B
14597   SSS.114.1Asia.C
14598   SSS.114.1Asia.D
14599   SSS.114.1Asia.E
14600   SSS.114.1Asia.F
14601   SSS.114.1ModEuro.A
14602   SSS.114.1ModEuro.B
14603   SSS.114.1ModEuro.C
14604   SSS.114.1LatinAm.A
14605   SSS.114.1LatinAm.B
14606   SSS.114.1LatinAm.C
14607   SSS.114.1LatinAm.D
14608   SSS.114.1LatinAm.E
14609   SSS.114.1Afr.A
14610   SSS.114.1Afr.B
14611   SSS.114.1Afr.C
14612   SSS.114.1Afr.D
14613   SSS.114.1Afr.E
14614   SSS.114.1.Tech.A
14615   SSS.114.1.Tech.B
14616   SSS.114.1.Tech.C
14770   sss.659.06
14771   sss.660.00
14768   sss.659.04
14769   sss.659.05
14766   sss.659.02
14767   sss.659.03
14764   sss.659.00
14765   sss.659.01
14763   sss.658.04
14762   sss.658.03
14761   sss.658.02
14760   sss.658.01
14759   sss.658.00
14758   sss.657.04
14757   sss.657.03
14756   sss.657.02
14755   sss.657.01
14754   sss.657.00
14752   sss.656.06
14753   sss.656.07
14751   sss.656.05
14749   sss.656.03
14750   sss.656.04
14746   sss.656.00
14747   sss.656.01
14748   sss.656.02
14745   sss.655.06
14744   sss.655.05
14743   sss.655.04
14741   sss.655.02
14742   sss.655.03
14739   sss.655.00
14740   sss.655.01
14738   sss.654.04
14737   sss.654.03
14736   sss.654.02
14735   sss.654.01
14734   sss.654.00
14733   sss.653.05
14732   sss.653.04
14731   sss.653.03
14730   sss.653.02
14729   sss.653.01
14728   sss.653.00
14727   sss.652.07
14726   sss.652.06
14725   sss.652.05
14724   sss.652.04
14723   sss.652.03
14722   sss.652.02
14721   sss.652.01
14719   sss.651.04
14720   sss.652.00
14718   sss.651.03
14717   sss.651.02
14716   sss.651.01
14715   sss.651.00
14714   sss.650.14
14713   sss.650.13
14711   sss.650.11
14712   sss.650.12
14710   sss.650.10
14708   sss.650.08
14709   sss.650.09
14707   sss.650.07
14706   sss.650.06
14705   sss.650.05
14703   sss.650.03
14704   sss.650.04
14702   sss.650.02
14700   sss.650.00
14701   sss.650.01
15605   lm7.1.a.3
15606   lm7.1.a.4
15607   lm7.1.b.1
15608   lm7.1.b.2
15609   lm7.1.c.1
15610   lm7.1.c.2
15611   lm7.1.d.1
15612   lm7.1.d.2
15613   lm7.1.d.3
15614   lm7.2.a.1
15615   lm7.2.a.2
15616   lm7.2.a.3
15617   lm7.2.b.1
15618   lm7.2.b.2
15619   lm7.2.c.1
15620   lm7.2.c.2
15621   lm7.2.c.3
15622   lm7.2.c.4
15623   lm7.3.a.1
15624   lm7.3.a.2
15625   lm7.3.b.1
15626   lm7.3.b.2
15627   lm7.3.c.1
15628   lm7.3.c.2
15629   lm7.3.d.1
15630   lm7.3.d.2
15631   lm7.3.e.1
15632   lm7.3.e.2
15633   lm7.3.f.1
15634   lm7.3.f.2
15635   lm7.3.g.1
15636   lm7.3.g.2
15637   lm7.3.h.1
15638   lm7.3.h.2
15639   lm7.3.i.1
15640   lm7.3.i.2
15641   lm7.4.a.1
15642   lm7.4.a.2
15643   lm7.4.b.1
15644   lm7.4.b.2
15645   lm7.4.c
15646   lm7.5.a.1
15647   lm7.5.a.2
15648   lm7.5.b.1
15649   lm7.5.b.2
15650   lm7.5.b.3
15651   lm7.5.b.4
15652   lm7.5.b.5
15653   lm7.5.b.6
15654   lm7.5.b.7
15655   lm7.6.a.1
15656   lm7.6.a.2
15657   lm7.6.b.1
15658   lm7.6.b.2
15659   lm7.6.c.1
15660   lm7.6.c.2
15661   lm7.7.a
15662   lm7.7.b.1
15663   lm7.7.b.2
15664   lm7.7.b.3
15665   lm7.7.c.1
15666   lm7.7.c.2
15667   lm8.1.a.1
15668   lm8.1.a.2
15669   lm8.1.a.3
15670   lm8.1.a.4
15671   lm8.1.b.1
15672   lm8.1.b.2
15673   lm8.1.c.1
15674   lm8.1.c.2
15675   lm8.1.d.1
15676   lm8.1.d.2
15677   lm8.1.d.3
15678   lm8.2.a.1
15679   lm8.2.a.2
15680   lm8.2.a.3
15681   lm8.2.b.1
15682   lm8.2.b.2
15683   lm8.2.c.1
15684   lm8.2.c.2
15685   lm8.2.c.3
15686   lm8.2.c.4
15687   lm8.3.a.1
15688   lm8.3.a.2
15689   lm8.3.b.1
15690   lm8.3.b.2
15691   lm8.3.c.1
15692   lm8.3.c.2
15693   lm8.3.d.1
15694   lm8.3.d.2
15695   lm8.3.e.1
15696   lm8.3.e.2
15697   lm8.3.f.1
15698   lm8.3.f.2
15699   lm8.3.g.1
15700   lm8.3.g.2
15701   lm8.3.h.1
15702   lm8.3.h.2
15703   lm8.3.i.1
15704   lm8.3.i.2
15705   lm8.4.a.1
15706   lm8.4.a.2
15707   lm8.4.b.1
15708   lm8.4.b.2
15709   lm8.4.c
15710   lm8.5.a.1
15711   lm8.5.a.2
15712   lm8.5.b.1
15713   lm8.5.b.2
15714   lm8.5.b.3
15715   lm8.5.b.4
15716   lm8.5.b.5
15717   lm8.5.b.6
15718   lm8.5.b.7
15719   lm8.6.a.1
15720   lm8.6.a.2
15721   lm8.6.b.1
15722   lm8.6.b.2
15723   lm8.6.c.1
15724   lm8.6.c.2
15725   lm8.7.a
15726   lm8.7.b.1
15727   lm8.7.b.2
15728   lm8.7.b.3
15729   lm8.7.c.1
15730   lm8.7.c.2
15731   lm9.1.a.1
15732   lm9.1.a.2
15733   lm9.1.a.3
15734   lm9.1.a.4
15735   lm9.1.b.1
15736   lm9.1.b.2
15737   lm9.1.c.1
15738   lm9.1.c.2
15739   lm9.1.d.1
15740   lm9.1.d.2
15741   lm9.1.d.3
15742   lm9.2.a.1
15743   lm9.2.a.2
15744   lm9.2.a.3
15745   lm9.2.b.1
15746   lm9.2.b.2
15747   lm9.2.c.1
15748   lm9.2.c.2
15749   lm9.2.c.3
15750   lm9.2.c.4
15751   lm9.3.a.1
15752   lm9.3.a.2
15753   lm9.3.b.1
15754   lm9.3.b.2
15755   lm9.3.c.1
15756   lm9.3.c.2
15757   lm9.3.d.1
15758   lm9.3.d.2
15759   lm9.3.e.1
15760   lm9.3.e.2
15761   lm9.3.f.1
15762   lm9.3.f.2
15763   lm9.3.g.1
15764   lm9.3.g.2
15765   lm9.3.h.1
15766   lm9.3.h.2
15767   lm9.3.i.1
15768   lm9.3.i.2
15769   lm9.4.a.1
15770   lm9.4.a.2
15771   lm9.4.b.1
15772   lm9.4.b.2
15773   lm9.4.c
15774   lm9.5.a.1
15775   lm9.5.a.2
15776   lm9.5.b.1
15777   lm9.5.b.2
15778   lm9.5.b.3
15779   lm9.5.b.4
15780   lm9.5.b.5
15781   lm9.5.b.6
15782   lm9.5.b.7
15783   lm9.6.a.1
15784   lm9.6.a.2
15785   lm9.6.b.1
15786   lm9.6.b.2
15787   lm9.6.c.1
15788   lm9.6.c.2
15789   lm9.7.a
15790   lm9.7.b.1
15791   lm9.7.b.2
15792   lm9.7.b.3
15793   lm9.7.c.1
15794   lm9.7.c.2
15795   lm10.1.a.1
15796   lm10.1.a.2
15797   lm10.1.a.3
15798   lm10.1.a.4
15799   lm10.1.b.1
15800   lm10.1.b.2
15801   lm10.1.c.1
15802   lm10.1.c.2
15803   lm10.1.d.1
15804   lm10.1.d.2
15805   lm10.1.d.3
15806   lm10.2.a.1
15807   lm10.2.a.2
15808   lm10.2.a.3
15809   lm10.2.b.1
15810   lm10.2.b.2
15811   lm10.2.c.1
15812   lm10.2.c.2
15813   lm10.2.c.3
15814   lm10.2.c.4
15815   lm10.3.a.1
15816   lm10.3.a.2
15817   lm10.3.b.1
15818   lm10.3.b.2
15819   lm10.3.c.1
15820   lm10.3.c.2
15821   lm10.3.d.1
15822   lm10.3.d.2
15823   lm10.3.e.1
15824   lm10.3.e.2
15825   lm10.3.f.1
15826   lm10.3.f.2
15827   lm10.3.g.1
15828   lm10.3.g.2
15829   lm10.3.h.1
15830   lm10.3.h.2
15831   lm10.3.i.1
15832   lm10.3.i.2
15833   lm10.4.a.1
15834   lm10.4.a.2
15835   lm10.4.b.1
15836   lm10.4.b.2
15837   lm10.4.c
15838   lm10.5.a.1
15839   lm10.5.a.2
15840   lm10.5.b.1
15841   lm10.5.b.2
15842   lm10.5.b.3
15843   lm10.5.b.4
15844   lm10.5.b.5
15845   lm10.5.b.6
15846   lm10.5.b.7
15847   lm10.6.a.1
15848   lm10.6.a.2
15849   lm10.6.b.1
15850   lm10.6.b.2
15851   lm10.6.c.1
15852   lm10.6.c.2
15853   lm10.7.a
15854   lm10.7.b.1
15855   lm10.7.b.2
15856   lm10.7.b.3
15857   lm10.7.c.1
15858   lm10.7.c.2
15859   lm11.1.a.1
15860   lm11.1.a.2
15861   lm11.1.a.3
15862   lm11.1.a.4
15863   lm11.1.b.1
15864   lm11.1.b.2
15865   lm11.1.c.1
15866   lm11.1.c.2
15867   lm11.1.d.1
15868   lm11.1.d.2
15869   lm11.1.d.3
15870   lm11.2.a.1
15871   lm11.2.a.2
15872   lm11.2.a.3
15873   lm11.2.b.1
15874   lm11.2.b.2
15875   lm11.2.c.1
15876   lm11.2.c.2
15877   lm11.2.c.3
15878   lm11.2.c.4
15879   lm11.3.a.1
15880   lm11.3.a.2
15881   lm11.3.b.1
15882   lm11.3.b.2
15883   lm11.3.c.1
15884   lm11.3.c.2
15885   lm11.3.d.1
15886   lm11.3.d.2
15887   lm11.3.e.1
15888   lm11.3.e.2
15889   lm11.3.f.1
15890   lm11.3.f.2
15891   lm11.3.g.1
15892   lm11.3.g.2
15893   lm11.3.h.1
15894   lm11.3.h.2
15895   lm11.3.i.1
15896   lm11.3.i.2
15897   lm11.4.a.1
15898   lm11.4.a.2
15899   lm11.4.b.1
15900   lm11.4.b.2
15901   lm11.4.c
15902   lm11.5.a.1
15903   lm11.5.a.2
15904   lm11.5.b.1
15905   lm11.5.b.2
15906   lm11.5.b.3
15907   lm11.5.b.4
15908   lm11.5.b.5
15909   lm11.5.b.6
15910   lm11.5.b.7
15911   lm11.6.a.1
15912   lm11.6.a.2
15913   lm11.6.b.1
15914   lm11.6.b.2
15915   lm11.6.c.1
15916   lm11.6.c.2
15917   lm11.7.a
15918   lm11.7.b.1
15919   lm11.7.b.2
15920   lm11.7.b.3
15921   lm11.7.c.1
15922   lm11.7.c.2
15923   lm12.1.a.1
15924   lm12.1.a.2
15925   lm12.1.a.3
15926   lm12.1.a.4
15927   lm12.1.b.1
15928   lm12.1.b.2
15929   lm12.1.c.1
15930   lm12.1.c.2
15931   lm12.1.d.1
15932   lm12.1.d.2
15933   lm12.1.d.3
15934   lm12.2.a.1
15935   lm12.2.a.2
15936   lm12.2.a.3
15937   lm12.2.b.1
15938   lm12.2.b.2
15939   lm12.2.c.1
15940   lm12.2.c.2
15941   lm12.2.c.3
15942   lm12.2.c.4
15943   lm12.3.a.1
15944   lm12.3.a.2
15945   lm12.3.b.1
15946   lm12.3.b.2
15947   lm12.3.c.1
15948   lm12.3.c.2
15949   lm12.3.d.1
15950   lm12.3.d.2
15951   lm12.3.e.1
15952   lm12.3.e.2
15953   lm12.3.f.1
15954   lm12.3.f.2
15955   lm12.3.g.1
15956   lm12.3.g.2
15957   lm12.3.h.1
15958   lm12.3.h.2
15959   lm12.3.i.1
15960   lm12.3.i.2
15961   lm12.4.a.1
15962   lm12.4.a.2
15963   lm12.4.b.1
15964   lm12.4.b.2
15965   lm12.4.c
15966   lm12.5.a.1
15967   lm12.5.a.2
15968   lm12.5.b.1
15969   lm12.5.b.2
15970   lm12.5.b.3
15971   lm12.5.b.4
15972   lm12.5.b.5
15973   lm12.5.b.6
15974   lm12.5.b.7
15975   lm12.6.a.1
15976   lm12.6.a.2
15977   lm12.6.b.1
15978   lm12.6.b.2
15979   lm12.6.c.1
15980   lm12.6.c.2
15981   lm12.7.a
15982   lm12.7.b.1
15983   lm12.7.b.2
15984   lm12.7.b.3
15985   lm12.7.c.1
15986   lm12.7.c.2
15991   CBC.1.01.01
15992   CBC.1.01.02
15993   CBC.1.01.03
15994   CBC.1.01.04
15995   CBC.1.01.05
15996   CBC.1.01.06
15997   CBC.1.01.07
15998   CBC.1.02.01
15999   CBC.1.02.02
16000   CBC.1.02.03
16001   CBC.1.02.04
16002   CBC.1.02.05
16003   CBC.1.02.06
16004   CBC.1.02.07
16005   CBC.1.02.08
16006   CBC.1.02.09
16007   CBC.1.02.10
16008   CBC.1.03.01
16009   CBC.1.03.02
16010   CBC.1.03.03
16011   CBC.1.03.04
16012   CBC.1.03.05
16013   CBC.1.03.06
16014   CBC.1.03.07
16015   CBC.1.03.08
16016   CBC.1.03.09
16017   CBC.1.03.10
16018   CBC.1.04.01
16019   CBC.1.04.02
16020   CBC.1.04.03
16021   CBC.1.04.04
16022   CBC.1.04.05
16023   CBC.1.04.06
16024   CBC.1.04.07
16025   CBC.1.04.08
16026   CBC.1.04.09
16027   CBC.1.04.10
16028   CBC.2.05.01
16029   CBC.2.05.02
16030   CBC.2.05.03
16031   CBC.2.05.04
16032   CBC.2.05.05
16033   CBC.2.05.06
16034   CBC.2.05.07
16035   CBC.2.05.08
16036   CBC.2.05.09
16037   CBC.2.05.10
16038   CBC.2.05.11
16039   CBC.2.05.12
16040   CBC.2.05.13
16041   CBC.2.06.01
16042   CBC.2.06.02
16043   CBC.2.06.03
16044   CBC.2.06.04
16045   CBC.2.06.05
16046   CBC.2.06.06
16047   CBC.2.06.07
16048   CBC.2.06.08
16049   CBC.2.06.09
16050   CBC.2.06.10
16051   CBC.2.06.11
16052   CBC.2.06.13
16053   CBC.2.06.14
16054   CBC.2.06.15
16055   CBC.2.06.16
16056   CBC.2.06.17
16057   CBC.2.06.18
16058   CBC.2.06.19
16059   CBC.3.07.01
16060   CBC.3.07.02
16061   CBC.3.07.03
16062   CBC.3.07.04
16063   CBC.3.07.05
16064   CBC.3.07.06
16065   CBC.3.07.07
16066   CBC.3.07.08
16067   CBC.3.07.09
16068   CBC.4.08.01
16069   CBC.4.08.02
16070   CBC.4.08.03
16071   CBC.4.08.04
16072   CBC.4.08.05
16073   CBC.4.08.06
16074   CBC.4.08.07
16075   CBC.4.08.08
16076   CBC.4.08.09
16077   CBC.4.08.10
16078   CBC.4.08.11
16079   CBC.4.08.12
16080   CBC.4.08.13
16081   CBC.4.08.14
16082   CBC.4.08.15
16083   CBC.4.08.16
16084   CBC.4.09.01
16085   CBC.4.09.02
16086   CBC.4.09.03
16087   CBC.4.09.04
16088   CBC.4.09.05
16089   CBC.4.09.06
16090   ta1.1.1.a
16091   ta1.1.1.b
16092   ta1.1.1.c
16093   ta1.1.1.d
16094   ta1.1.1.e
16095   ta1.1.1.f
16096   ta1.1.2.a
16097   ta1.2.1.a
16098   ta1.2.1.b
16099   ta1.2.1.c
16100   ta1.2.2.a
16101   ta1.2.2.b
16102   ta1.2.2.c
16103   ta1.2.2.d
16104   ta1.2.3.a
16105   ta1.2.3.b
16106   ta1.2.3.c
16107   ta1.2.4.a
16108   ta1.2.4.b
16109   ta1.2.4.c
16110   ta1.2.4.d
16111   ta1.3.1.a
16112   ta1.3.1.b
16113   ta1.3.1.c
16114   ta1.3.2.a
16115   ta1.3.2.b
16116   ta1.3.3.a
16117   ta1.3.3.b
16118   ta1.4.1.a
16119   ta1.4.1.b
16120   ta1.4.2.a
16121   ta1.4.2.b
16122   ta1.4.2.c
16123   ta1.4.2.d
16124   ta1.4.2.e
16125   ta1.4.3.a
16126   ta1.4.3.b
16127   ta1.4.3.c
16128   ta234.1.1.0
16129   ta234.1.2.a
16130   ta234.1.2.b
16131   ta234.1.2.c
16132   ta234.1.2.d
16133   ta234.1.2.e
16134   ta234.1.2.f
16135   ta234.1.2.g
16136   ta234.2.1.a
16137   ta234.2.1.b
16138   ta234.2.1.c
16139   ta234.2.1.d
16140   ta234.2.1.e
16141   ta234.2.1.f
16142   ta234.2.1.g
16143   ta234.2.1.h
16144   ta234.2.2.a
16145   ta234.2.2.b
16146   ta234.3.1.a
16147   ta234.3.1.b
16148   ta234.3.1.c
16149   ta234.3.1.d
16150   ta234.3.1.e
16151   ta234.3.1.f
16152   ta234.4.1.a
16153   ta234.4.1.b
16154   ta234.4.1.c
16155   ta234.4.1.d
16156   ta234.4.1.e
16157   ta234.4.1.f
22551   pe5.2.2.h
22549   pe5.2.2.f
22550   pe5.2.2.g
22548   pe5.2.2.e
22546   pe5.2.2.c
22547   pe5.2.2.d
22545   pe5.2.2.b
22544   pe5.2.2.a
22543   pe5.2.1.I
22542   pe5.2.1.h
22541   pe5.2.1.g
22539   pe5.2.1.e
22540   pe5.2.1.f
22538   pe5.2.1.d
22537   pe5.2.1.c
22536   pe5.2.1.b
22535   pe5.2.1.a
22534   pe5.1.3.g
22533   pe5.1.3.f
22532   pe5.1.3.e
22531   pe5.1.3.d
22530   pe5.1.3.c
22529   pe5.1.3.b
22528   pe5.1.3.a
22527   pe5.1.2.j
22526   pe5.1.2.I
22525   pe5.1.2.h
22524   pe5.1.2.g
22523   pe5.1.2.f
22522   pe5.1.2.e
22521   pe5.1.2.d
22520   pe5.1.2.c
22519   pe5.1.2.b
22518   pe5.1.2.a
22516   pe5.1.1.h
22517   pe5.1.1.I
22515   pe5.1.1.g
22514   pe5.1.1.f
22513   pe5.1.1.e
22512   pe5.1.1.d
22511   pe5.1.1.c
22510   pe5.1.1.b
22509   pe5.1.1.a
22508   pe4.3.3.g
22507   pe4.3.3.f
22506   pe4.3.3.e
22505   pe4.3.3.d
22504   pe4.3.3.c
22503   pe4.3.3.b
22502   pe4.3.3.a
22501   pe4.3.2.o
22500   pe4.3.2.n
22499   pe4.3.2.m
22498   pe4.3.2.l
22497   pe4.3.2.k
22496   pe4.3.2.j
22494   pe4.3.2.h
22495   pe4.3.2.I
22493   pe4.3.2.g
22492   pe4.3.2.f
22491   pe4.3.2.e
22490   pe4.3.2.d
22489   pe4.3.2.c
22488   pe4.3.2.b
22487   pe4.3.2.a
22486   pe4.3.1.o
22485   pe4.3.1.n
22484   pe4.3.1.m
22483   pe4.3.1.l
22481   pe4.3.1.j
22482   pe4.3.1.k
22480   pe4.3.1.I
22479   pe4.3.1.h
22478   pe4.3.1.g
22477   pe4.3.1.f
22476   pe4.3.1.e
22475   pe4.3.1.d
22474   pe4.3.1.c
22473   pe4.3.1.b
22472   pe4.3.1.a
22471   pe4.2.3.g
22470   pe4.2.3.f
22469   pe4.2.3.e
22468   pe4.2.3.d
22467   pe4.2.3.c
22466   pe4.2.3.b
22465   pe4.2.3.a
22464   pe4.2.2.k
22463   pe4.2.2.j
22462   pe4.2.2.I
22461   pe4.2.2.h
22460   pe4.2.2.g
22459   pe4.2.2.f
22458   pe4.2.2.e
22456   pe4.2.2.c
22457   pe4.2.2.d
22455   pe4.2.2.b
22454   pe4.2.2.a
22453   pe4.2.1.I
22452   pe4.2.1.h
22451   pe4.2.1.g
22450   pe4.2.1.f
22449   pe4.2.1.e
22448   pe4.2.1.d
22447   pe4.2.1.c
22446   pe4.2.1.b
22445   pe4.2.1.a
22444   pe4.1.3.g
22443   pe4.1.3.f
22442   pe4.1.3.e
22441   pe4.1.3.d
22440   pe4.1.3.c
22439   pe4.1.3.b
22438   pe4.1.3.a
22437   pe4.1.2.j
22436   pe4.1.2.I
22435   pe4.1.2.h
22434   pe4.1.2.g
22433   pe4.1.2.f
22432   pe4.1.2.e
22431   pe4.1.2.d
22430   pe4.1.2.c
22429   pe4.1.2.b
22428   pe4.1.2.a
22427   pe4.1.1.I
22426   pe4.1.1.h
22425   pe4.1.1.g
22424   pe4.1.1.f
22423   pe4.1.1.e
22422   pe4.1.1.d
22421   pe4.1.1.c
22420   pe4.1.1.b
22419   pe4.1.1.a
22418   pe3.3.3.e
22417   pe3.3.3.d
22416   pe3.3.3.c
22415   pe3.3.3.b
22414   pe3.3.3.a
24256   fmusa.4.15.01
24257   fmusa.4.15.02
24255   fmusa.4.15.00
24254   fmusa.4.14.08
24253   fmusa.4.14.07
24252   fmusa.4.14.06
24251   fmusa.4.14.05
24250   fmusa.4.14.04
24249   fmusa.4.14.03
24248   fmusa.4.14.02
24247   fmusa.4.14.01
24246   fmusa.4.14.00
24244   fmusa.4.13.07
24245   fmusa.4.13.08
24242   fmusa.4.13.05
24243   fmusa.4.13.06
24241   fmusa.4.13.04
24240   fmusa.4.13.03
24239   fmusa.4.13.02
24238   fmusa.4.13.01
24236   fmusa.4.12.05
24237   fmusa.4.13.00
24235   fmusa.4.12.04
24234   fmusa.4.12.03
24232   fmusa.4.12.01
24233   fmusa.4.12.02
24231   fmusa.4.12.00
24229   fmusa.3.11.02
24230   fmusa.3.11.03
24227   fmusa.3.10.05
24228   fmusa.3.11.01
24226   fmusa.3.10.04
24225   fmusa.3.10.03
24222   fmusa.3.09.04
24223   fmusa.3.10.01
24224   fmusa.3.10.02
24221   fmusa.3.09.03
24218   fmusa.3.08.09
24219   fmusa.3.09.01
24220   fmusa.3.09.02
24217   fmusa.3.08.08
24215   fmusa.3.08.06
24216   fmusa.3.08.07
24214   fmusa.3.08.05
24213   fmusa.3.08.04
24212   fmusa.3.08.03
24211   fmusa.3.08.02
24210   fmusa.3.08.01
24209   fmusa.3.08.00
24207   fmusa.2.07.05
24208   fmusa.2.07.06
24206   fmusa.2.07.04
24204   fmusa.2.07.02
24205   fmusa.2.07.03
24203   fmusa.2.07.01
24202   fmusa.2.07.00
24201   fmusa.2.06.22
24200   fmusa.2.06.21
24198   fmusa.2.06.19
24199   fmusa.2.06.20
24197   fmusa.2.06.18
24195   fmusa.2.06.16
24196   fmusa.2.06.17
24194   fmusa.2.06.15
24193   fmusa.2.06.14
24192   fmusa.2.06.13
24191   fmusa.2.06.12
24190   fmusa.2.06.11
24189   fmusa.2.06.10
24188   fmusa.2.06.09
24187   fmusa.2.06.08
24186   fmusa.2.06.07
24185   fmusa.2.06.06
24183   fmusa.2.06.04
24184   fmusa.2.06.05
24182   fmusa.2.06.03
24181   fmusa.2.06.02
24180   fmusa.2.06.01
24179   fmusa.2.06.00
24178   fmusa.2.05.14
24176   fmusa.2.05.12
24177   fmusa.2.05.13
24174   fmusa.2.05.10
24175   fmusa.2.05.11
24173   fmusa.2.05.09
24171   fmusa.2.05.07
24172   fmusa.2.05.08
24170   fmusa.2.05.06
24169   fmusa.2.05.05
24167   fmusa.2.05.03
24168   fmusa.2.05.04
24166   fmusa.2.05.02
24165   fmusa.2.05.01
24164   fmusa.2.05.00
24163   fmusa.1.04.05
24162   fmusa.1.04.04
24160   fmusa.1.04.02
24161   fmusa.1.04.03
24159   fmusa.1.04.01
24127   elss.3.4.L3
24126   elss.3.4.L2
24125   elss.3.4.L4
24124   elss.3.4.L1
24123   elss.3.4.L0
24122   elss.3.3.L6
24121   elss.3.3.L5
24120   elss.3.3.L3
24119   elss.3.3.L2
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23639   wl.f2.4.cum.2.b
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23636   wl.f2.4.cum.1.c
23635   wl.f2.4.cum.1.b
23634   wl.f2.4.cum.1.a
23632   wl.f2.4.cps.2.a
23633   wl.f2.4.cps.2.b
23630   wl.f2.4.cps.1.e
23631   wl.f2.4.cps.1.f
23629   wl.f2.4.cps.1.d
23628   wl.f2.4.cps.1.c
23627   wl.f2.4.cps.1.b
23626   wl.f2.4.cps.1.a
23625   wl.f2.4.con.2.b
23624   wl.f2.4.con.2.a
23622   wl.f2.4.con.1.a
23623   wl.f2.4.con.1.b
23621   wl.f2.4.clt.2.d
23620   wl.f2.4.clt.2.c
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23619   wl.f2.4.clt.2.b
23617   wl.f2.4.clt.1.c
23616   wl.f2.4.clt.1.b
23615   wl.f2.4.clt.1.a
23614   wl.f2.4.cip.3.c
23613   wl.f2.4.cip.3.b
23612   wl.f2.4.cip.3.a
23611   wl.f2.4.cip.2.e
23610   wl.f2.4.cip.2.d
23609   wl.f2.4.cip.2.c
23608   wl.f2.4.cip.2.b
23606   wl.f2.4.cip.1.d
23607   wl.f2.4.cip.2.a
23604   wl.f2.4.cip.1.b
23605   wl.f2.4.cip.1.c
23603   wl.f2.4.cip.1.a
23602   wl.f2.3.zzz.1.z
23600   wl.f2.3.lan.1.f
23601   wl.f2.3.yyy.1.y
23599   wl.f2.3.lan.1.e
23598   wl.f2.3.lan.1.d
23597   wl.f2.3.lan.1.c
23596   wl.f2.3.lan.1.b
23593   wl.f2.3.cum.2.d
23594   wl.f2.3.cum.2.e
23595   wl.f2.3.lan.1.a
23592   wl.f2.3.cum.2.c
23590   wl.f2.3.cum.2.a
23591   wl.f2.3.cum.2.b
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17470   gtm4.1.01.a
17471   gtm4.1.01.b
17472   gtm4.1.01.c
17473   gtm4.1.01.d
17474   gtm4.1.01.e
17475   gtm4.1.01.f
17476   gtm4.1.01.g
17477   gtm4.1.01.h
17478   gtm4.1.01.I
17479   gtm4.1.01.j
17480   gtm4.1.01.k
17481   gtm4.1.01.l
17482   gtm4.1.01.m
17483   gtm4.1.01.n
17484   gtm4.1.01.o
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17486   gtm4.1.02.b
17487   gtm4.1.02.c
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17489   gtm4.1.02.e
17490   gtm4.1.02.f
17491   gtm4.1.02.g
17492   gtm4.1.02.h
17493   gtm4.1.02.I
17494   gtm4.2.00.a
17495   gtm4.2.03.a
17496   gtm4.2.03.b
17497   gtm4.2.03.c
17498   gtm4.2.03.d
17499   gtm4.2.03.e
17500   gtm4.2.03.f
17501   gtm4.2.03.g
17502   gtm4.2.03.h
17503   gtm4.2.04.a
17504   gtm4.2.04.b
17505   gtm4.2.04.c
17506   gtm4.2.04.d
17507   gtm4.2.04.e
17508   gtm4.2.05.a
17509   gtm4.2.05.b
17510   gtm4.2.05.c
17511   gtm4.2.05.d
17512   gtm4.2.05.e
17513   gtm4.2.05.f
17514   gtm4.2.05.g
17515   gtm4.2.05.h
17516   gtm4.2.05.I
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17518   gtm4.2.05.k
17519   gtm4.2.05.l
17520   gtm4.2.05.m
17521   gtm4.2.06.a
17522   gtm4.2.06.b
17523   gtm4.2.06.c
17524   gtm4.2.06.d
17525   gtm4.2.06.e
17526   gtm4.2.06.f
17527   gtm4.3.00.a
17528   gtm4.3.07.a
17529   gtm4.3.07.b
17530   gtm4.3.07.c
17531   gtm4.3.07.d
17532   gtm4.3.07.e
17533   gtm4.3.07.f
17534   gtm4.3.07.g
17535   gtm4.3.07.h
17536   gtm4.3.07.I
17537   gtm4.3.07.j
17538   gtm4.3.07.k
17539   gtm4.3.07.l
17540   gtm4.3.07.m
17541   gtm4.3.07.n
17542   gtm4.3.07.o
17543   gtm4.3.07.p
17544   gtm4.3.07.q
17545   gtm4.3.07.r
17546   gtm4.3.07.s
17547   gtm4.3.07.t
17548   gtm4.3.08.a
17549   gtm4.3.08.b
17550   gtm4.3.08.c
17551   gtm4.3.08.d
17552   gtm4.3.08.e
17553   gtm4.3.08.f
17554   gtm4.3.08.g
17555   gtm4.3.08.h
17556   gtm4.3.08.I
17557   gtm4.3.08.j
17558   gtm4.3.09.a
17559   gtm4.3.09.b
17560   gtm4.3.09.c
17561   gtm4.3.09.d
17562   gtm4.3.09.e
17563   gtm4.3.09.f
17564   gtm4.4.00.a
17565   gtm4.4.10.a
17566   gtm4.4.10.b
17567   gtm4.4.10.c
17568   gtm4.4.10.d
17569   gtm4.4.10.e
17570   gtm4.4.10.f
17571   gtm4.4.10.g
17572   gtm4.4.10.h
17573   gtm4.4.11.a
17574   gtm4.4.11.b
17575   gtm4.4.11.c
17576   gtm4.4.11.d
17577   gtm4.4.11.e
17578   gtm4.4.11.f
17579   gtm4.4.11.g
17580   gtm4.4.11.h
17581   gtm4.4.11.I
17582   gtm4.4.11.j
17583   gtm4.4.12.a
17584   gtm4.4.12.b
17585   gtm4.4.12.c
17586   gtm4.4.12.d
17587   gtm4.4.12.e
17588   gtm4.4.12.f
17589   gtm4.4.12.g
17590   gtm5.1.00.a
17591   gtm5.1.01.a
17592   gtm5.1.01.b
17593   gtm5.1.01.c
17594   gtm5.1.01.d
17595   gtm5.1.01.e
17596   gtm5.1.01.f
17597   gtm5.1.01.g
17598   gtm5.1.01.h
17599   gtm5.1.01.I
17600   gtm5.1.01.j
17601   gtm5.1.01.k
17602   gtm5.1.01.l
17603   gtm5.1.02.a
17604   gtm5.1.02.b
17605   gtm5.1.02.c
17606   gtm5.1.02.d
17607   gtm5.1.02.e
17608   gtm5.1.02.f
17609   gtm5.1.02.g
17610   gtm5.1.02.h
17611   gtm5.1.02.I
17612   gtm5.1.02.j
17613   gtm5.1.03.a
17614   gtm5.1.03.b
17615   gtm5.1.03.c
17616   gtm5.1.03.d
17617   gtm5.1.03.e
17618   gtm5.1.03.f
17619   gtm5.1.03.g
17620   gtm5.2.00.a
17621   gtm5.2.04.a
17622   gtm5.2.04.b
17623   gtm5.2.04.c
17624   gtm5.2.04.d
17625   gtm5.2.04.e
17626   gtm5.2.04.f
17627   gtm5.2.04.g
17628   gtm5.2.05.a
17629   gtm5.2.05.b
17630   gtm5.2.05.c
17631   gtm5.2.05.d
17632   gtm5.2.05.e
17633   gtm5.2.05.f
17634   gtm5.2.05.g
17635   gtm5.2.05.h
17636   gtm5.2.05.I
17637   gtm5.2.05.j
17638   gtm5.2.05.k
17639   gtm5.2.05.l
17640   gtm5.2.05.m
17641   gtm5.2.05.n
17642   gtm5.2.05.o
17643   gtm5.3.00.a
17644   gtm5.3.06.a
17645   gtm5.3.06.b
17646   gtm5.3.06.c
17647   gtm5.3.06.d
17648   gtm5.3.06.e
17649   gtm5.3.06.f
17650   gtm5.3.06.g
17651   gtm5.3.06.h
17652   gtm5.3.06.I
17653   gtm5.3.06.j
17654   gtm5.3.06.k
17655   gtm5.3.06.l
17656   gtm5.3.06.m
17657   gtm5.3.06.n
17658   gtm5.3.06.o
17659   gtm5.3.06.p
17660   gtm5.3.06.q
17661   gtm5.3.06.r
17662   gtm5.3.06.s
17663   gtm5.3.06.t
17664   gtm5.3.07.a
17665   gtm5.3.07.b
17666   gtm5.3.07.c
17667   gtm5.3.07.d
17668   gtm5.3.07.e
17669   gtm5.3.07.f
17670   gtm5.3.07.g
17671   gtm5.3.07.h
17672   gtm5.3.07.I
17673   gtm5.3.07.j
17674   gtm5.3.07.k
17675   gtm5.3.07.l
17676   gtm5.3.07.m
17677   gtm5.3.08.a
17678   gtm5.3.08.b
17679   gtm5.3.08.c
17680   gtm5.3.08.d
17681   gtm5.3.08.e
17682   gtm5.3.08.f
17683   gtm5.3.08.g
17684   gtm5.4.00.a
17685   gtm5.4.09.a
17686   gtm5.4.09.b
17687   gtm5.4.09.c
17688   gtm5.4.09.d
17689   gtm5.4.09.e
17690   gtm5.4.09.f
17691   gtm5.4.09.g
17692   gtm5.4.09.h
17693   gtm5.4.09.I
17694   gtm5.4.09.j
17695   gtm5.4.09.k
17696   gtm5.4.09.l
17697   gtm5.4.09.m
17698   gtm5.4.10.a
17699   gtm5.4.10.b
17700   gtm5.4.10.c
17701   gtm5.4.10.d
17702   gtm5.4.10.e
17703   gtm5.4.10.f
17704   gtm5.4.10.g
17705   gtm5.4.10.h
17706   gtm5.4.11.a
17707   gtm5.4.11.b
17708   gtm5.4.11.c
17709   gtm5.4.11.d
17710   gtm5.4.11.e
17711   gtm5.4.11.f
19810   esb.3.III.B.1
19809   esb.3.III.A.2
19807   hsc.2.II.D.3
19808   esb.3.III.A.1
19806   esb.2.II.D.2
19805   esb.2.II.D.1
19804   esb.2.II.C.4
19787   esb.1.I.D.2
19788   esb.1.I.D.3
19789   esb.2.II.A.1
19790   esb.2.II.A.2
19791   esb.2.II.A.3
19792   esb.2.II.A.4
19793   esb.2.II.A.5
19794   esb.2.II.A.6
19795   esb.2.II.B.1
19796   esb.2.II.B.2
19797   esb.2.II.B.3
19798   esb.2.II.B.4
19799   esb.2.II.B.5
19800   esb.2.II.B.6
19801   esb.2.II.C.1
19802   esb.2.II.C.2
19803   esb.2.II.C.3
19785   esb.1.I.C.2
19780   esb.1.I.B.17
19781   esb.1.I.B.18
19782   esb.1.I.B.19
19783   esb.1.I.B.20
19784   esb.1.I.C.1
19779   esb.1.I.B.16
19778   esb.1.I.B.15
19777   esb.1.I.B.14
19776   esb.1.I.B.13
19775   esb.1.I.B.12
19774   esb.1.I.B.11
19773   esb.1.I.B.10
19772   esb.1.I.B.9
19770   esb.1.I.B.7
19771   esb.1.I.B.8
19769   esb.1.I.B.6
19767   esb.1.I.B.4
19768   esb.1.I.B.5
19766   esb.1.I.B.3
17762   hsc.2.II.D.3
19765   esb.1.I.B.2
19764   esb.1.I.B.1
19763   esb.1.I.A.7
19762   esb.1.I.A.6
19761   esb.1.I.A.5
19760   esb.1.I.A.4
19759   esb.1.I.A.3
19758   esb.1.I.A.2
19757   esb.1.I.A.1
23528   wl.f2.2.cps.1.b
23527   wl.f2.2.cps.1.a
23526   wl.f2.2.con.2.b
23525   wl.f2.2.con.2.a
23524   wl.f2.2.con.1.d
23523   wl.f2.2.con.1.c
23522   wl.f2.2.con.1.b
23521   wl.f2.2.con.1.a
23520   wl.f2.2.clt.2.b
23519   wl.f2.2.clt.2.a
23518   wl.f2.2.clt.1.b
23517   wl.f2.2.clt.1.a
23516   wl.f2.2.cip.3.c
23514   wl.f2.2.cip.3.a
23515   wl.f2.2.cip.3.b
23513   wl.f2.2.cip.2.e
23512   wl.f2.2.cip.2.d
23511   wl.f2.2.cip.2.c
23510   wl.f2.2.cip.2.b
23508   wl.f2.2.cip.1.e
23509   wl.f2.2.cip.2.a
23507   wl.f2.2.cip.1.d
23506   wl.f2.2.cip.1.c
23505   wl.f2.2.cip.1.b
23504   wl.f2.2.cip.1.a
23503   wl.f2.1.zzz.1.z
23502   wl.f2.1.yyy.1.y
23501   wl.f2.1.lan.1.i
23500   wl.f2.1.lan.1.h
23498   wl.f2.1.lan.1.f
23499   wl.f2.1.lan.1.g
23497   wl.f2.1.lan.1.e
23495   wl.f2.1.lan.1.c
23496   wl.f2.1.lan.1.d
23494   wl.f2.1.lan.1.b
23492   wl.f2.1.cum.2.e
23493   wl.f2.1.lan.1.a
23491   wl.f2.1.cum.2.d
23490   wl.f2.1.cum.2.c
23489   wl.f2.1.cum.2.b
23488   wl.f2.1.cum.2.a
23487   wl.f2.1.cum.1.d
23486   wl.f2.1.cum.1.c
23484   wl.f2.1.cum.1.a
23485   wl.f2.1.cum.1.b
23483   wl.f2.1.cps.2.b
23482   wl.f2.1.cps.2.a
23481   wl.f2.1.cps.1.f
23479   wl.f2.1.cps.1.d
23480   wl.f2.1.cps.1.e
23478   wl.f2.1.cps.1.c
23477   wl.f2.1.cps.1.b
23476   wl.f2.1.cps.1.a
23475   wl.f2.1.con.2.b
23474   wl.f2.1.con.2.a
23473   wl.f2.1.con.1.b
23472   wl.f2.1.con.1.a
23471   wl.f2.1.clt.2.c
23470   wl.f2.1.clt.2.b
23469   wl.f2.1.clt.2.a
19206   g3.IV.B.2
19204   g3.IV.A.3
19205   g3.IV.B.1
19203   g3.IV.A.2
19200   g3.III.B.2
19201   g3.III.B.3
19202   g3.IV.A.1
19199   g3.III.B.1
19198   g3.III.A.3
19197   g3.III.A.2
19195   g3.II.D.1
19196   g3.III.A.1
19194   g3.II.C.3
19193   g3.II.C.2
19190   g3.II.B.3
19191   g3.II.B.4
19192   g3.II.C.1
19189   g3.II.B.2
19187   g3.II.A.3
19188   g3.II.B.1
19186   g3.II.A.2
19184   g3.I.D..5
19185   g3.II.A.1
19182   g3.I.D.3
19183   g3.I.D.4
19181   g3.I.D.2
19180   g3.I.D.1
19179   g3.I.C.2
19178   g3.I.C.1
19177   g3.I.B.7
19176   g3.I.B.6
19175   g3.I.B.5
19172   g3.I.B.2
19173   g3.I.B.3
19174   g3.I.B.4
19171   g3.I.B.1
19170   g3.I.A.5
19169   g3.I.A.4
19168   g3.I.A.3
19167   g3.I.A.2
19166   g3.I.A.1
19165   g2.IV.B.2
19164   g2.IV.B.1
19163   g2.IV.A.3
19162   g2.IV.A.2
19160   g2.III.B.3
19161   g2.IV.A.1
19159   g2.III.B.2
19157   g2.III.A.3
19158   g2.III.B.1
19156   g2.III.A.2
19155   g2.III.A.1
19153   g2.II.C.3
19154   g2.II.D.1
19151   g2.II.C.1
19152   g2.II.C.2
19150   g2.II.B.4
19149   g2.II.B.3
19148   g2.II.B.2
19147   g2.II.B.1
19145   g2.II.A.2
19146   g2.II.A.3
19144   g2.II.A.1
19143   g2.I.D..5
19142   g2.I.D.4
19141   g2.I.D.3
19138   g2.I.C.2
19139   g2.I.D.1
19140   g2.I.D.2
19137   g2.I.C.1
19136   g2.I.B.7
19135   g2.I.B.6
19133   g2.I.B.4
19134   g2.I.B.5
19132   g2.I.B.3
19131   g2.I.B.2
19130   g2.I.B.1
19129   g2.I.A.5
19128   g2.I.A.4
19127   g2.I.A.3
19126   g2.I.A.2
19125   g2.I.A.1
19124   g1.IV.B.2
19123   g1.IV.B.1
19122   g1.IV.A.3
19120   g1.IV.A.1
19121   g1.IV.A.2
19119   g1.III.B.3
19118   g1.III.B.2
19116   g1.III.A.3
19117   g1.III.B.1
19115   g1.III.A.2
19114   g1.III.A.1
19113   g1.II.D.1
19112   g1.II.C.3
19110   g1.II.C.1
19111   g1.II.C.2
19107   g1.II.B.2
19108   g1.II.B.3
19109   g1.II.B.4
19106   g1.II.B.1
19105   g1.II.A.3
19104   g1.II.A.2
19103   g1.II.A.1
19102   g1.I.D..5
19101   g1.I.D.4
19099   g1.I.D.2
19100   g1.I.D.3
19098   g1.I.D.1
19096   g1.I.C.1
19097   g1.I.C.2
19095   g1.I.B.7
19093   g1.I.B.5
19094   g1.I.B.6
19091   g1.I.B.3
19092   g1.I.B.4
19090   g1.I.B.2
19089   g1.I.B.1
19088   g1.I.A.5
19086   g1.I.A.3
19087   g1.I.A.4
19084   g1.I.A.1
19085   g1.I.A.2
23309   wl.f1.2.cps.2.b
23308   wl.f1.2.cps.2.a
23307   wl.f1.2.cps.1.e
23306   wl.f1.2.cps.1.d
23304   wl.f1.2.cps.1.b
23305   wl.f1.2.cps.1.c
23303   wl.f1.2.cps.1.a
23302   wl.f1.2.con.2.b
23301   wl.f1.2.con.2.a
23299   wl.f1.2.con.1.b
23300   wl.f1.2.con.1.c
23298   wl.f1.2.con.1.a
23297   wl.f1.2.clt.2.c
23296   wl.f1.2.clt.2.b
23295   wl.f1.2.clt.2.a
23294   wl.f1.2.clt.1.b
23293   wl.f1.2.clt.1.a
23292   wl.f1.2.cip.3.c
23291   wl.f1.2.cip.3.b
23290   wl.f1.2.cip.3.a
23289   wl.f1.2.cip.2.e
23288   wl.f1.2.cip.2.d
23287   wl.f1.2.cip.2.c
23286   wl.f1.2.cip.2.b
23285   wl.f1.2.cip.2.a
23283   wl.f1.2.cip.1.k
23284   wl.f1.2.cip.1.l
23282   wl.f1.2.cip.1.j
23280   wl.f1.2.cip.1.h
23281   wl.f1.2.cip.1.I
23278   wl.f1.2.cip.1.f
23279   wl.f1.2.cip.1.g
23276   wl.f1.2.cip.1.d
23277   wl.f1.2.cip.1.e
23272   wl.f1.1.zzz.1.z
23273   wl.f1.2.cip.1.a
23274   wl.f1.2.cip.1.b
23275   wl.f1.2.cip.1.c
23271   wl.f1.1.yyy.1.y
23270   wl.f1.1.lan.1.I
23269   wl.f1.1.lan.1.h
23268   wl.f1.1.lan.1.g
23267   wl.f1.1.lan.1.f
23266   wl.f1.1.lan.1.e
23264   wl.f1.1.lan.1.c
23265   wl.f1.1.lan.1.d
23263   wl.f1.1.lan.1.b
23262   wl.f1.1.lan.1.a
23261   wl.f1.1.cum.2.e
23260   wl.f1.1.cum.2.d
23258   wl.f1.1.cum.2.b
23259   wl.f1.1.cum.2.c
23257   wl.f1.1.cum.2.a
23256   wl.f1.1.cum.1.e
23255   wl.f1.1.cum.1.d
23254   wl.f1.1.cum.1.c
23253   wl.f1.1.cum.1.b
23252   wl.f1.1.cum.1.a
23251   wl.f1.1.cps.2.c
23250   wl.f1.1.cps.2.b
23249   wl.f1.1.cps.2.a
23248   wl.f1.1.cps.1.e
23246   wl.f1.1.cps.1.c
23247   wl.f1.1.cps.1.d
23244   wl.f1.1.cps.1.a
23245   wl.f1.1.cps.1.b
23243   wl.f1.1.con.2.b
23242   wl.f1.1.con.2.a
23241   wl.f1.1.con.1.f
23236   wl.f1.1.con.1.a
23237   wl.f1.1.con.1.b
23238   wl.f1.1.con.1.c
23239   wl.f1.1.con.1.d
23240   wl.f1.1.con.1.e
23219   wl.f1.1.cip.1.o
23220   wl.f1.1.cip.2.a
23221   wl.f1.1.cip.2.b
23222   wl.f1.1.cip.2.c
23223   wl.f1.1.cip.2.d
23224   wl.f1.1.cip.2.e
23225   wl.f1.1.cip.3.a
23226   wl.f1.1.cip.3.b
23227   wl.f1.1.cip.3.c
23228   wl.f1.1.clt.1.a
23229   wl.f1.1.clt.1.b
23230   wl.f1.1.clt.1.c
23231   wl.f1.1.clt.1.d
23232   wl.f1.1.clt.1.e
23233   wl.f1.1.clt.2.a
23234   wl.f1.1.clt.2.b
23235   wl.f1.1.clt.2.c
23468   wl.f2.1.clt.1.d
23467   wl.f2.1.clt.1.c
23466   wl.f2.1.clt.1.b
23465   wl.f2.1.clt.1.a
23464   wl.f2.1.cip.3.c
23462   wl.f2.1.cip.3.a
23463   wl.f2.1.cip.3.b
23461   wl.f2.1.cip.2.e
23460   wl.f2.1.cip.2.d
23459   wl.f2.1.cip.2.c
23458   wl.f2.1.cip.2.b
23456   wl.f2.1.cip.1.f
23457   wl.f2.1.cip.2.a
23455   wl.f2.1.cip.1.e
23454   wl.f2.1.cip.1.d
23452   wl.f2.1.cip.1.b
23453   wl.f2.1.cip.1.c
23451   wl.f2.1.cip.1.a
23450   wl.f1.4.zzz.1.z
23449   wl.f1.4.yyy.1.y
23448   wl.f1.4.lan.1.h
23445   wl.f1.4.lan.1.e
23446   wl.f1.4.lan.1.f
23447   wl.f1.4.lan.1.g
23443   wl.f1.4.lan.1.c
23444   wl.f1.4.lan.1.d
23442   wl.f1.4.lan.1.b
23441   wl.f1.4.lan.1.a
23440   wl.f1.4.cum.2.f
23439   wl.f1.4.cum.2.e
23437   wl.f1.4.cum.2.c
23438   wl.f1.4.cum.2.d
23436   wl.f1.4.cum.2.b
23435   wl.f1.4.cum.2.a
23434   wl.f1.4.cum.1.d
23433   wl.f1.4.cum.1.c
23432   wl.f1.4.cum.1.b
23431   wl.f1.4.cum.1.a
23430   wl.f1.4.cps.2.b
23429   wl.f1.4.cps.2.a
23428   wl.f1.4.cps.1.e
23426   wl.f1.4.cps.1.c
23427   wl.f1.4.cps.1.d
23425   wl.f1.4.cps.1.b
23424   wl.f1.4.cps.1.a
23423   wl.f1.4.con.2.b
23422   wl.f1.4.con.2.a
23421   wl.f1.4.con.1.c
23420   wl.f1.4.con.1.b
23419   wl.f1.4.con.1.a
23418   wl.f1.4.clt.2.c
23417   wl.f1.4.clt.2.b
23416   wl.f1.4.clt.2.a
23415   wl.f1.4.clt.1.b
23414   wl.f1.4.clt.1.a
23413   wl.f1.4.cip.3.c
23412   wl.f1.4.cip.3.b
23411   wl.f1.4.cip.3.a
23410   wl.f1.4.cip.2.e
23409   wl.f1.4.cip.2.d
23408   wl.f1.4.cip.2.c
23407   wl.f1.4.cip.2.b
23405   wl.f1.4.cip.1.h
23406   wl.f1.4.cip.2.a
23404   wl.f1.4.cip.1.g
23402   wl.f1.4.cip.1.e
23403   wl.f1.4.cip.1.f
23400   wl.f1.4.cip.1.c
23401   wl.f1.4.cip.1.d
23398   wl.f1.4.cip.1.a
23399   wl.f1.4.cip.1.b
23397   wl.f1.3.zzz.1.z
23396   wl.f1.3.yyy.1.y
23395   wl.f1.3.lan.1.k
23393   wl.f1.3.lan.1.I
23394   wl.f1.3.lan.1.j
23392   wl.f1.3.lan.1.h
23391   wl.f1.3.lan.1.g
23390   wl.f1.3.lan.1.f
23388   wl.f1.3.lan.1.d
23389   wl.f1.3.lan.1.e
23387   wl.f1.3.lan.1.c
23385   wl.f1.3.lan.1.a
23386   wl.f1.3.lan.1.b
23384   wl.f1.3.cum.2.f
23383   wl.f1.3.cum.2.e
23381   wl.f1.3.cum.2.c
23382   wl.f1.3.cum.2.d
23380   wl.f1.3.cum.2.b
23379   wl.f1.3.cum.2.a
23378   wl.f1.3.cum.1.d
23375   wl.f1.3.cum.1.a
23376   wl.f1.3.cum.1.b
23377   wl.f1.3.cum.1.c
23374   wl.f1.3.cps.2.c
23373   wl.f1.3.cps.2.b
23372   wl.f1.3.cps.2.a
23371   wl.f1.3.cps.1.e
23370   wl.f1.3.cps.1.d
23368   wl.f1.3.cps.1.b
23369   wl.f1.3.cps.1.c
19042   g3.I.A.1
19043   g3.I.A.2
19044   g3.I.A.3
19045   g3.I.A.4
19046   g3.I.A.5
19047   g3.I.B.1
19048   g3.I.B.2
19049   g3.I.B.3
19050   g3.I.B.4
19051   g3.I.B.5
19052   g3.I.B.6
19053   g3.I.B.7
19054   g3.I.C.1
19055   g3.I.C.2
19056   g3.I.D.1
19057   g3.I.D.2
19058   g3.I.D.3
19059   g3.I.D.4
19060   g3.I.D..5
19061   g3.II.A.1
19062   g3.II.A.2
19063   g3.II.A.3
19064   g3.II.B.1
19065   g3.II.B.2
19066   g3.II.B.3
19067   g3.II.B.4
19068   g3.II.C.1
19069   g3.II.C.2
19070   g3.II.C.3
19071   g3.II.D.1
19072   g3.III.A.1
19073   g3.III.A.2
19074   g3.III.A.3
19075   g3.III.B.1
19076   g3.III.B.2
19077   g3.III.B.3
19078   g3.IV.A.1
19079   g3.IV.A.2
19080   g3.IV.A.3
19081   g3.IV.B.1
19082   g3.IV.B.2
19083   CBC.4.10.01
23217   wl.f1.1.cip.1.m
23218   wl.f1.1.cip.1.n
23215   wl.f1.1.cip.1.k
23216   wl.f1.1.cip.1.l
23214   wl.f1.1.cip.1.j
23213   wl.f1.1.cip.1.I
23211   wl.f1.1.cip.1.g
23212   wl.f1.1.cip.1.h
23210   wl.f1.1.cip.1.f
23209   wl.f1.1.cip.1.e
23207   wl.f1.1.cip.1.c
23208   wl.f1.1.cip.1.d
23206   wl.f1.1.cip.1.b
23205   wl.f1.1.cip.1.a
23204   CR7.5.5.e
23203   CR7.5.5.d
23202   CR7.5.5.c
23201   CR7.5.5.b
23200   CR7.5.5.a
23199   CR7.5.5.c
23198   CR7.5.4.b10
23197   CR7.5.4.b9
23195   CR7.5.4.b7
23196   CR7.5.4.b8
23194   CR7.5.4.b6
23193   CR7.5.4.b5
23192   CR7.5.4.b4
23191   CR7.5.4.b3
23190   CR7.5.4.b2
23189   CR7.5.4.b1
23188   CR7.5.4.a6
23186   CR7.5.4.a4
23187   CR7.5.4.a5
23185   CR7.5.4.a3
23184   CR7.5.4.a2
23183   CR7.5.4.a1
23182   CR7.5.3.c
23181   CR7.5.3.b
23179   CR7.5.2.c
23180   CR7.5.3.a
23178   CR7.5.2.b
23177   CR7.5.2.a
23175   CR7.5.1.g
23176   CR7.5.1.h
23173   CR7.5.1.e
23174   CR7.5.1.f
23172   CR7.5.1.d
23171   CR7.5.1.c
23170   CR7.5.1.b
23169   CR7.5.1.a
23167   CR7.4.5.a6
23168   CR7.4.5.b
23166   CR7.4.5.a5
23164   CR7.4.5.a3
23165   CR7.4.5.a4
23162   CR7.4.5.a1
23163   CR7.4.5.a2
23161   CR7.4.4.b
23160   CR7.4.4.a
23159   CR7.4.3.c
23157   CR7.4.3.a
23158   CR7.4.3.b
23156   CR7.4.2.d
23155   CR7.4.2.c
23154   CR7.4.2.b
23153   CR7.4.2.a
23152   CR7.4.1.f
23151   CR7.4.1.e2
23150   CR7.4.1.e1
23149   CR7.4.1.d
23148   CR7.4.1.c
23147   CR7.4.1.b
23146   CR7.4.1.a
23145   CR7.3.4.g
23144   CR7.3.4.f
23143   CR7.3.4.e
23142   CR7.3.4.d
23141   CR7.3.4.c
23140   CR7.3.4.b
23139   CR7.3.4.a
23138   CR7.3.3.e
23137   CR7.3.3.d
23136   CR7.3.3.c
23135   CR7.3.3.b
23134   CR7.3.3.a
23133   CR7.3.2.f
23132   CR7.3.2.e
23131   CR7.3.2.d
23130   CR7.3.2.c
23129   CR7.3.2.b4
23128   CR7.3.2.b3
23127   CR7.3.2.b2
23126   CR7.3.2.b1
23125   CR7.3.2.a
23124   CR7.3.1.I
23123   CR7.3.1.h
23122   CR7.3.1.g
23121   CR7.3.1.f
19703   hsb.1.I.A.1
19704   hsb.1.I.A.2
19705   hsb.1.I.A.3
19706   hsb.1.I.A.4
19707   hsb.1.I.A.5
19708   hsb.1.I.A.6
19709   hsb.1.I.A.7
19710   hsb.1.I.B.1
19711   hsb.1.I.B.2
19712   hsb.1.I.B.3
19713   hsb.1.I.B.4
19714   hsb.1.I.B.5
19715   hsb.1.I.B.6
19716   hsb.1.I.B.7
19717   hsb.1.I.B.8
19718   hsb.1.I.B.9
19719   hsb.1.I.B.1
19720   hsb.1.I.B.1
19721   hsb.1.I.C.1
19722   hsb.1.I.C.2
19723   hsb.1.I.D.1
19724   hsb.1.I.D.2
19725   hsb.1.I.D.3
19726   hsb.1.I.D.4
19727   hsb.1.I.D.5
19728   hsb.1.II.A.1
19729   hsb.1.II.A.2
19730   hsb.1.II.A.3
19731   hsb.1.II.A.4
19732   hsb.1.II.A.5
19733   hsb.1.II.A.6
19734   hsb.2.II.B.1
19735   hsb.2.II.B.2
19736   hsb.2.II.B.3
19737   hsb.2.II.B.4
19738   hsb.2.II.B.5
19739   hsb.2.II.C.1
19740   hsb.2.II.C.2
19741   hsb.2.II.C.3
19742   hsb.2.II.D.1
19743   hsb.2.II.D.2
19744   hsb.2.II.D.3
19745   hsb.3.III.A.1
19746   hsb.3.III.A.2
19747   hsb.3.III.B.1
19748   hsb.3.III.B.2
19749   hsb.3.III.B.3
19750   hsb.4.IV.A.1
19751   hsb.4.IV.A.2
19752   hsb.4.IV.A.3
19753   hsb.4.IV.B.1
19754   hsb.4.IV.B.2
19755   hsb.4.IV.B.3
19756   hsb.4.IV.B.4
19813   esb.3.III.B.4
19814   esb.3.III.B.5
19815   esb.4.IV.A.1
19816   esb.4.IV.A.2
19817   esb.4.IV.A.3
19818   esb.4.IV.A.4
19819   esb.4.IV.B.1
19820   esb.4.IV.B.2
19821   esb.4.IV.B.3
19822   msb.1.I.A.1
19823   msb.1.I.A.2
19824   msb.1.I.A.3
19825   msb.1.I.A.4
19826   msb.1.I.A.5
19827   msb.1.I.A.6
19828   msb.1.I.B.1
19829   msb.1.I.B.2
19830   msb.1.I.B.3
19831   msb.1.I.B.4
19832   msb.1.I.B.5
19833   msb.1.I.B.6
19834   msb.1.I.B.7
19835   msb.1.I.C.1
19836   msb.1.I.C.2
19837   msb.1.I.D.1
19838   msb.1.I.D.2
19839   msb.1.I.D.3
19840   msb.1.I.D.4
19841   msb.1.I.D.5
19842   msb.1.I.D.6
19843   msb.1.I.D.7
19844   msb.1.I.D.8
19845   msb.1.II.A.1
19846   msb.1.II.A.2
19847   msb.1.II.A.3
19848   msb.1.II.A.4
19849   msb.2.II.B.1
19850   msb.2.II.B.2
19851   msb.2.II.B.3
19852   msb.2.II.C.1
19853   msb.2.II.C.2
19854   msb.2.II.C.3
19855   msb.2.II.C.4
19856   msb.2.II.C.5
19857   msb.2.II.D.1
19858   msb.2.II.D.2
19859   msb.2.II.D.3
19860   msb.2.II.D.4
19861   msb.3.III.A.1
19862   msb.3.III.A.2
19863   msb.3.III.B.1
19864   msb.3.III.B.2
19865   msb.3.III.B.3
19866   msb.4.IV.A.1
19867   msb.4.IV.A.2
19868   msb.4.IV.A.3
19869   msb.4.IV.B.1
19870   msb.4.IV.B.2
19871   msb.4.IV.B.3
23120   CR7.3.1.e
23119   CR7.3.1.d
23118   CR7.3.1.c
23117   CR7.3.1.b
23115   CR7.2.4.h
23116   CR7.3.1.a
23114   CR7.2.4.g
23113   CR7.2.4.f
23112   CR7.2.4.e
23110   CR7.2.4.c
23111   CR7.2.4.d
23109   CR7.2.4.b
23108   CR7.2.4.a
23107   CR7.2.3.k
23106   CR7.2.3.j
23105   CR7.2.3.I
23104   CR7.2.3.h
23103   CR7.2.3.g
23102   CR7.2.3.f
23101   CR7.2.3.e
23100   CR7.2.3.d
23099   CR7.2.3.c
23098   CR7.2.3.b
23097   CR7.2.3.a
23096   CR7.2.2.e5
23095   CR7.2.2.e4
23094   CR7.2.2.e3
23093   CR7.2.2.e2
23091   CR7.2.2.d
23092   CR7.2.2.e1
23090   CR7.2.2.c
23089   CR7.2.2.b
23088   CR7.2.2.a
23087   CR7.2.1.c7
23086   CR7.2.1.c6
23085   CR7.2.1.c5
23084   CR7.2.1.c4
23083   CR7.2.1.c3
23082   CR7.2.1.c2
23081   CR7.2.1.c1
23080   CR7.2.1.b2
23079   CR7.2.1.b1
23076   CR7.2.1.a2
23077   CR7.2.1.a3
23078   CR7.2.1.a4
23075   CR7.2.1.a1
23074   CR7.1.6.c
23073   CR7.1.6.b
23072   CR7.1.6.a
23071   CR7.1.5.d
23068   CR7.1.5.a
23069   CR7.1.5.b
23070   CR7.1.5.c
23067   CR7.1.4.b
23065   CR7.1.3.j
23066   CR7.1.4.a
23064   CR7.1.3.I
23063   CR7.1.3.h
23062   CR7.1.3.g
23061   CR7.1.3.f
23059   CR7.1.3.d
23060   CR7.1.3.e
23058   CR7.1.3.c
23057   CR7.1.3.b
23055   CR7.1.2.c
23056   CR7.1.3.a
23054   CR7.1.2.b
23053   CR7.1.2.a
23052   CR7.1.1.c
23051   CR7.1.1.b
23050   CR7.1.1.a
23049   Rdg7.4.5.e
23048   Rdg7.4.5.d
23047   Rdg7.4.5.c
23046   Rdg7.4.5.b
23045   Rdg7.4.5.a
23044   Rdg7.4.4.c
24417   Rdg7.4.4.b09
24418   Rdg7.4.4.b10
24416   Rdg7.4.4.b08
24413   Rdg7.4.4.0b5
24414   Rdg7.4.4.b06
24415   Rdg7.4.4.b07
24412   Rdg7.4.4.b04
24411   Rdg7.4.4.b03
24409   Rdg7.4.4.b01
24410   Rdg7.4.4.b02
23032   Rdg7.4.4.a5
23033   Rdg7.4.4.a6
23030   Rdg7.4.4.a3
23031   Rdg7.4.4.a4
23029   Rdg7.4.4.a2
23028   Rdg7.4.4.a1
23027   Rdg7.4.3.c
23026   Rdg7.4.3.b
23025   Rdg7.4.3.a
23024   Rdg7.4.2.c
23022   Rdg7.4.2.a
23023   Rdg7.4.2.b
23021   Rdg7.4.1.h
23019   Rdg7.4.1.f
23020   Rdg7.4.1.g
23017   Rdg7.4.1.d
23018   Rdg7.4.1.e
23015   Rdg7.4.1.b
23016   Rdg7.4.1.c
23014   Rdg7.4.1.a
23013   Rdg7.3.4.b
23012   Rdg7.3.4.a
23011   Rdg7.3.3.c
23010   Rdg7.3.3.b
23009   Rdg7.3.3.a
23008   Rdg7.3.2.d
23006   Rdg7.3.2.b
23007   Rdg7.3.2.c
23005   Rdg7.3.2.a
23004   Rdg7.3.1.f
23003   Rdg7.3.1.e2
23002   Rdg7.3.1.e1
23001   Rdg7.3.1.d
23000   Rdg7.3.1.c
22999   Rdg7.3.1.b
22997   Rdg7.2.7.c
22998   Rdg7.3.1.a
22996   Rdg7.2.7.b
22995   Rdg7.2.7.a
22994   Rdg7.2.6.d
22993   Rdg7.2.6.c
22991   Rdg7.2.6.a
22992   Rdg7.2.6.b
22990   Rdg7.2.5.d
22989   Rdg7.2.5.c
22987   Rdg7.2.5.a
22988   Rdg7.2.5.b
22986   Rdg7.2.4.e
22985   Rdg7.2.4.d
22983   Rdg7.2.4.b
22984   Rdg7.2.4.c
22982   Rdg7.2.4.a
22981   Rdg7.2.3.f
22979   Rdg7.2.3.d
22980   Rdg7.2.3.e
22978   Rdg7.2.3.c
22977   Rdg7.2.3.b
22976   Rdg7.2.3.a
22975   Rdg7.2.2.g
22974   Rdg7.2.2.f
22972   Rdg7.2.2.d
22973   Rdg7.2.2.e
22971   Rdg7.2.2.c4
22970   Rdg7.2.2.c3
22969   Rdg7.2.2.c2
22968   Rdg7.2.2.c1
22967   Rdg7.2.2.b
22966   Rdg7.2.2.a
22964   Rdg7.2.1.l
22965   Rdg7.2.1.m
22962   Rdg7.2.1.j
22963   Rdg7.2.1.k
22961   Rdg7.2.1.I
22960   Rdg7.2.1.h
22959   Rdg7.2.1.g
22958   Rdg7.2.1.f
22957   Rdg7.2.1.e
22955   Rdg7.2.1.c
22956   Rdg7.2.1.d
22954   Rdg7.2.1.b
22953   Rdg7.2.1.a
22952   Rdg7.1.4.d
22951   Rdg7.1.4.c
22950   Rdg7.1.4.b
22949   Rdg7.1.4.a
22948   Rdg7.1.3.l
22947   Rdg7.1.3.k
22945   Rdg7.1.3.I
22946   Rdg7.1.3.j
22944   Rdg7.1.3.h
22943   Rdg7.1.3.g
22942   Rdg7.1.3.f
22941   Rdg7.1.3.e
22940   Rdg7.1.3.d
22939   Rdg7.1.3.c
22938   Rdg7.1.3.b
22937   Rdg7.1.3.a
22936   Rdg7.1.2.f6
22935   Rdg7.1.2.f5
22934   Rdg7.1.2.f4
22933   Rdg7.1.2.f3
22932   Rdg7.1.2.f2
22930   Rdg7.1.2.e
22931   Rdg7.1.2.f1
22929   Rdg7.1.2.d
22928   Rdg7.1.2.c
22927   Rdg7.1.2.b
22926   Rdg7.1.2.a
22925   Rdg7.1.1.c
22924   Rdg7.1.1.b3
22923   Rdg7.1.1.b2
22922   Rdg7.1.1.b1
22921   Rdg7.1.1.a4
22920   Rdg7.1.1.a3
22919   Rdg7.1.1.a2
22918   Rdg7.1.1.a1
22917   Rdg8.4.6.c
22916   Rdg8.4.6.b
22915   Rdg8.4.6.a
22914   Rdg8.4.5.d
22911   Rdg8.4.5.a
22912   Rdg8.4.5.b
22913   Rdg8.4.5.c
22910   Rdg8.4.4.h
22909   Rdg8.4.4.g
22908   Rdg8.4.4.f
22907   Rdg8.4.4.e
22905   Rdg8.4.4.c
22906   Rdg8.4.4.d
22904   Rdg8.4.4.b8
22903   Rdg8.4.4.b7
22902   Rdg8.4.4.b6
22900   Rdg8.4.4.b4
22901   Rdg8.4.4.b5
22899   Rdg8.4.4.b3
22897   Rdg8.4.4.b1
22898   Rdg8.4.4.b2
22896   Rdg8.4.4.a4
22895   Rdg8.4.4.a3
22894   Rdg8.4.4.a2
22893   Rdg8.4.4.a1
22892   Rdg8.4.3.c
22891   Rdg8.4.3.b
22889   Rdg8.4.2.g
22890   Rdg8.4.3.a
22887   Rdg8.4.2.e
22888   Rdg8.4.2.f
22886   Rdg8.4.2.d
22885   Rdg8.4.2.c
22884   Rdg8.4.2.b
22883   Rdg8.4.2.a
22882   Rdg8.4.1.g
22880   Rdg8.4.1.e
22881   Rdg8.4.1.f
22879   Rdg8.4.1.d
22878   Rdg8.4.1.c
22877   Rdg8.4.1.b
22876   Rdg8.4.1.a
22875   Rdg8.3.2.h
22874   Rdg8.3.2.g14
22873   Rdg8.3.2.g13
22872   Rdg8.3.2.g12
22871   Rdg8.3.2.g11
22870   Rdg8.3.2.g10
22869   Rdg8.3.2.g9
22868   Rdg8.3.2.g8
22867   Rdg8.3.2.g7
22866   Rdg8.3.2.g6
22865   Rdg8.3.2.g5
22864   Rdg8.3.2.g4
22863   Rdg8.3.2.g3
22862   Rdg8.3.2.g2
22861   Rdg8.3.2.g1
22860   Rdg8.3.2.f
22859   Rdg8.3.2.e
22858   Rdg8.3.2.d
22856   Rdg8.3.2.b
22857   Rdg8.3.2.c
22855   Rdg8.3.2.a
22854   Rdg8.3.1.f
22853   Rdg8.3.1.e2
22852   Rdg8.3.1.e1
22851   Rdg8.3.1.d
22850   Rdg8.3.1.c2
22849   Rdg8.3.1.c1
22848   Rdg8.3.1.b2
22847   Rdg8.3.1.b1
22846   Rdg8.3.1.a
22845   Rdg8.2.7.b
22844   Rdg8.2.7.a
22843   Rdg8.2.6.g
22842   Rdg8.2.6.f
22841   Rdg8.2.6.e
22839   Rdg8.2.6.c
22840   Rdg8.2.6.d
22838   Rdg8.2.6.b
22836   Rdg8.2.5.f
22837   Rdg8.2.6.a
22835   Rdg8.2.5.e
22834   Rdg8.2.5.d
22833   Rdg8.2.5.c
22832   Rdg8.2.5.b
22831   Rdg8.2.5.a
22830   Rdg8.2.4.e
22829   Rdg8.2.4.d
22828   Rdg8.2.4.c
22825   Rdg8.2.3.h
22826   Rdg8.2.4.a
22827   Rdg8.2.4.b
22824   Rdg8.2.3.g
22823   Rdg8.2.3.f
22822   Rdg8.2.3.e
22821   Rdg8.2.3.d
22820   Rdg8.2.3.c
22819   Rdg8.2.3.b
22818   Rdg8.2.3.a
22817   Rdg8.2.2.h
22816   Rdg8.2.2.g
22815   Rdg8.2.2.f
22813   Rdg8.2.2.d
22814   Rdg8.2.2.e
22812   Rdg8.2.2.c
22811   Rdg8.2.2.b
22810   Rdg8.2.2.a
22809   Rdg8.2.1.e
22808   Rdg8.2.1.d
22806   Rdg8.2.1.b
22807   Rdg8.2.1.c
22805   Rdg8.2.1.a3
22804   Rdg8.2.1.a2
22803   Rdg8.2.1.a1
22802   Rdg8.1.5.b
22801   Rdg8.1.5.a
22800   Rdg8.1.4.b
22799   Rdg8.1.4.a
22798   Rdg8.1.3.n
22797   Rdg8.1.3.m
22796   Rdg8.1.3.l
22795   Rdg8.1.3.k
22794   Rdg8.1.3.j
22793   Rdg8.1.3.I
22792   Rdg8.1.3.h
22791   Rdg8.1.3.g
22790   Rdg8.1.3.f
22789   Rdg8.1.3.e
22788   Rdg8.1.3.d
22787   Rdg8.1.3.c
22786   Rdg8.1.3.b
22784   Rdg8.1.2.I
22785   Rdg8.1.3.a
22783   Rdg8.1.2.h
22782   Rdg8.1.2.g
22780   Rdg8.1.2.e
22781   Rdg8.1.2.f
22779   Rdg8.1.2.d
22776   Rdg8.1.2.a
22777   Rdg8.1.2.b
22778   Rdg8.1.2.c
22775   Rdg8.1.1.c
22774   Rdg8.1.1.b2
22773   Rdg8.1.1.b1
22772   Rdg8.1.1.a4
22771   Rdg8.1.1.a3
22770   Rdg8.1.1.a2
22768   CR8.5.6.c
22769   Rdg8.1.1.a1
22765   CR8.5.5.d
22766   CR8.5.6.a
22767   CR8.5.6.b
22764   CR8.5.5.c
22762   CR8.5.5.a
22763   CR8.5.5.b
22761   CR8.5.4.h
22760   CR8.5.4.g
22759   CR8.5.4.f
22758   CR8.5.4.e
22757   CR8.5.4.d
22756   CR8.5.4.c
22755   CR8.5.4.b8
22754   CR8.5.4.b7
22753   CR8.5.4.b6
22752   CR8.5.4.b5
22750   CR8.5.4.b3
22751   CR8.5.4.b4
22749   CR8.5.4.b2
22747   CR8.5.4.a4
22748   CR8.5.4.b1
22746   CR8.5.4.a3
22745   CR8.5.4.a2
22744   CR8.5.4.a1
22743   CR8.5.3.c
22742   CR8.5.3.b
22741   CR8.5.3.a
22740   CR8.5.2.g
22738   CR8.5.2.e
22739   CR8.5.2.f
22737   CR8.5.2.d
22736   CR8.5.2.c
22735   CR8.5.2.b
22734   CR8.5.2.a
22731   CR8.5.1.e
22732   CR8.5.1.f
22733   CR8.5.1.g
22730   CR8.5.1.d
22729   CR8.5.1.c
22728   CR8.5.1.b
22727   CR8.5.1.a
22726   CR8.4.4.f
22724   CR8.4.4.d
22725   CR8.4.4.e
22723   CR8.4.4.c
22720   CR8.4.3.e
22721   CR8.4.4.a
22722   CR8.4.4.b
22719   CR8.4.3.d
22717   CR8.4.3.b
22718   CR8.4.3.c
22716   CR8.4.3.a
22713   CR8.4.2.c
22714   CR8.4.2.d
22715   CR8.4.2.e
22712   CR8.4.2.b
22711   CR8.4.2.a
22710   CR8.4.1.I
22708   CR8.4.1.g
22709   CR8.4.1.h
22707   CR8.4.1.f
22705   CR8.4.1.d
22706   CR8.4.1.e
22704   CR8.4.1.c
22703   CR8.4.1.b
22702   CR8.4.1.a
22700   CR8.3.6.d
22701   CR8.3.6.e
22699   CR8.3.6.c
22698   CR8.3.6.b
22697   CR8.3.6.a
22695   CR8.3.5.b
22696   CR8.3.5.c
22694   CR8.3.5.a
22693   CR8.3.4.j
22691   CR8.3.4.h
22692   CR8.3.4.I
22690   CR8.3.4.g
22689   CR8.3.4.f
22688   CR8.3.4.e
22687   CR8.3.4.d
22686   CR8.3.4.c
22685   CR8.3.4.b
22684   CR8.3.4.a
22683   CR8.3.3.I
22682   CR8.3.3.h
22680   CR8.3.3.f
22681   CR8.3.3.g
22679   CR8.3.3.e
22678   CR8.3.3.d
22677   CR8.3.3.c
22676   CR8.3.3.b4
22675   CR8.3.3.b3
22674   CR8.3.3.b2
22673   CR8.3.3.b1
22671   CR8.3.2.I
22672   CR8.3.3.a
22670   CR8.3.2.h
22669   CR8.3.2.g
22668   CR8.3.2.f
22666   CR8.3.2.d
22667   CR8.3.2.e
22665   CR8.3.2.c
22664   CR8.3.2.b
22663   CR8.3.2.a
22662   CR8.3.1.j
22661   CR8.3.1.I
22660   CR8.3.1.h
22659   CR8.3.1.g
22658   CR8.3.1.f
22657   CR8.3.1.e
22656   CR8.3.1.d
22654   CR8.3.1.b
22655   CR8.3.1.c
22653   CR8.3.1.a
22652   CR8.2.3.f
22651   CR8.2.3.e
22650   CR8.2.3.d
22649   CR8.2.3.c
22647   CR8.2.3.a
22648   CR8.2.3.b
22645   CR8.2.2.f
22646   CR8.2.2.g
22643   CR8.2.2.e3
22644   CR8.2.2.e4
22642   CR8.2.2.e2
22640   CR8.2.2.d
22641   CR8.2.2.e1
22639   CR8.2.2.c
22638   CR8.2.2.b
22636   CR8.2.1.c
22637   CR8.2.2.a
22635   CR8.2.1.b
22634   CR8.2.1.a4
22633   CR8.2.1.a3
22632   CR8.2.1.a2
22630   CR8.1.7.c
22631   CR8.2.1.a1
22629   CR8.1.7.b
22627   CR8.1.6.b
22628   CR8.1.7.a
22626   CR8.1.6.a
22625   CR8.1.5.j
22624   CR8.1.5.I
22623   CR8.1.5.h
22621   CR8.1.5.f
22622   CR8.1.5.g
22620   CR8.1.5.e
22619   CR8.1.5.d
22618   CR8.1.5.c
22616   CR8.1.5.a
22617   CR8.1.5.b
22615   CR8.1.4.d
22614   CR8.1.4.c
22612   CR8.1.4.a
22613   CR8.1.4.b
22611   CR8.1.3.d
22610   CR8.1.3.c
22609   CR8.1.3.b
22608   CR8.1.3.a
22607   CR8.1.2.c
22606   CR8.1.2.b
22605   CR8.1.2.a
22604   CR8.1.1.f
22603   CR8.1.1.e
22602   CR8.1.1.d
22601   CR8.1.1.c
22600   CR8.1.1.b
22599   CR8.1.1.a
20508   esmath4.1.01.c
20509   esmath4.2.01.c
20510   esmath4.3.01.c
20511   esmath4.4.01.c
20512   esmath5.1.01.c
20513   esmath5.2.01.c
20514   esmath5.3.01.c
20515   esmath5.4.03.c
20516   esmath6.1.01.c
20517   esmath6.2.01.c
20518   esmath6.3.01.c
20519   esmath6.4.01.c
20520   esmath1.1.01.d
27925   esmath1.2.02.a
20523   esmath1.3.01.d
20524   esmath1.4.01.d
20525   esmath2.1.01.d
20526   esmath2.2.01.d
20527   esmath2.3.01.d
20528   esmath2.4.01.d
20533   esmath4.1.01.d
20534   esmath4.2.01.d
20535   esmath4.3.01.d
20536   esmath4.4.01.d
20537   esmath5.1.01.d
20538   esmath5.2.01.d
20539   esmath5.3.01.d
20540   esmath5.4.03.d
20541   esmath6.1.01.d
20542   esmath6.2.01.d
20543   esmath6.3.01.d
20544   esmath6.3.01.d
20545   esmath6.4.01.d
20546   esmath1.1.01.e
20547   esmath1.2.01.e
20548   esmath1.3.01.e
20549   esmath1.4.01.e
20550   esmath2.1.01.e
20551   esmath2.2.01.e
20552   esmath2.3.01.e
20553   esmath2.4.01.e
20556   esmath3.3.01.e
20558   esmath4.1.01.e
20559   esmath4.2.01.e
20560   esmath4.3.01.e
20561   esmath4.4.01.e
20562   5,1.01.e
20563   5,2.01.e
20564   5,3.01.e
20565   esmath5.4.03.e
20566   esmath6.1.01.e
20567   esmath6.2.01.e
20568   esmath6.3.01.e
20569   esmath6.4.01.e
21580   CDIII.1.d
21579   CDIII.1.c
21578   CDIII.1.b
21577   CDIII.1.a
21576   CDII.1.d
21575   CDII.1.c
21574   CDII.1.b
21573   CDII.1.a
21572   CDI.2.d
21570   CDI.2.b
21571   CDI.2.c
21569   CDI.2.a
21568   CDI.1.d
21567   CDI.1.c
21566   CDI.1.b
21565   CDI.1.a
21715   CulSciI.2.a
21714   CulSciI.1.d
21713   CulSciI.1.c
21712   CulSciI.1.b
21711   CulSciI.1.a
20722   CulSciII.3.a
20723   CulSciII.3.b
20724   CulSciII.3.c
20725   CulSciII.3.d
20726   CulSciII.3.e
20727   CulSciII.3.f
20728   CulSciII.3.g
20729   CulSciII.3.h
20730   CulSciII.3.i
20731   CulSciII.3.j
20732   CulSciII.3.k
20733   CulSciII.3.l
20734   CulSciIII.4.a
20735   CulSciIII.4.b
20736   CulSciIII.4.c
20737   CulSciIII.4.d
20738   CulSciIII.4.e
20739   CulSciIII.4.f
20740   CulSciIII.4.g
20741   CulSciIII.4.h
20742   CulSciIII.4.i
20743   CulSciIII.4.j
20744   CulSciIV.5.a
20745   CulSciIV.5.b
20746   CulSciIV.5.c
20747   CulSciIV.5.d
20748   CulSciV.6.a
20749   CulSciV.6.b
20750   CulSciV.6.c
20751   CulSciV.6.d
20752   CulSciV.6.e
20753   CulSciVI.7.a
20754   CulSciVI.7.b
20755   CulSciVI.7.c
20756   CulSciVII.8.a
20757   CulSciVII.8.b
20758   CulSciVII.8.c
20759   CulSciVII.8.d
20760   CulSciVII.8.e
20761   CulSciVII.8.f
20762   CulSciVII.8.g
20763   CulSciVII.9.a
20764   CulSciVII.9.b
20765   CulSciVII.9.c
20766   CulSciVII.9.d
20767   CulSciVII.9.e
20768   CulSciVII.9.f
20769   CulSciVII.9.g
20770   CulSciVII10.a
20771   CulSciVII10.b
20772   CulSciVII10.c
20773   CulSciVII10.d
20774   CulSciVII10.e
20775   CulSciVII10.f
20776   CulSciVII10.g
20777   CulSciVII10.h
20778   CulSciVII10.i
20779   CulSciVII10.j
20780   CulSciVII10.k
20781   CulSciVII10.l
20782   CulSciVII10.m
20783   CulSciVII10.n
20784   CulSciVII11a
20785   CulSciVII11b
20786   CulSciVII11c
20787   CulSciVII11d
20788   CulSciVII11e
20789   CulSciVII11f
20790   CulSciVII11g
20791   CulSciVII11h
20792   CulSciVII11i
20793   CulSciVII11j
20794   CulSciVII11k
20795   CulSciVII12a
20796   CulSciVII12b
20797   CulSciVII12c
20798   CulSciVII12d
20799   CulSciVII12e
20800   CulSciVII12f
20801   CulSciVII12g
20802   CulSciVII12h
20803   CulSciVII12i
20804   CulSciVII13a
20805   CulSciVII13b
20806   CulSciVII13c
20807   CulSciVII14a
20808   CulSciVII14b
20809   CulSciVII14c
20810   CulSciVII14d
20811   CulSciVII14e
20812   CulSciVII15a
20813   CulSciVII15b
20814   CulSciVII15c
20815   CulSciVII15d
20816   CulSciVII15e
20817   CulSciVII15f
20818   CulSciVII15g
20819   CulSciVII15h
20820   CulSciVII15i
20821   CulSciVII15j
20822   CulSciVII15k
20823   CulSciVII15l
20824   CulSciVII15m
20825   CulSciVII15n
20826   CulSciVII16a
20827   CulSciVII16b
20828   CulSciVII16c
20829   CulSciVII16d
20830   CulSciVII16e
20831   CulSciVII16f
20832   CulSciVII16g
20833   CulSciVII16h
20834   CulSciVII17a
20835   CulSciVII17b
20836   CulSciVII17c
20837   CulSciVII17d
20838   CulSciVII17e
20839   CulSciVII17f
20840   CulSciVII17g
20841   CulSciVII18a
20842   CulSciVII18b
20843   CulSciVII18c
20844   CulSciVII18d
20845   CulSciVII18e
20846   CulSciVII18f
20847   CulSciVII18g
20848   CulSciVII18h
20849   CulSciVII18i
20850   CulSciVII18j
20851   CulSciVII18k
20852   CulSciVII18l
20853   CulSciVII19a
20854   CulSciVII19b
20855   CulSciVII19c
20856   CulSciVII19d
20857   CulSciVII19e
20858   CulSciVII19f
20859   CulSciVII19g
20860   CulSciVII19h
20861   CulSciVII19i
20862   CulSciVII20a
20863   CulSciVII20b
20864   CulSciVII20c
20865   CulSciVII20d
20866   CulSciVII20e
20867   CulSciVII20f
20868   CulSciVII20g
20869   CulSciVII20h
20870   CulSciVII20i
20871   CulSciVII20j
20872   CulSciVII20k
20873   CulSciVII21a
20874   CulSciVII21b
20875   CulSciVII21c
20876   CulSciVII21d
20877   CulSciVII21e
20878   CulSciVII21f
20879   CulSciVII21g
20880   CulSciVII21h
20881   CulSciVII21i
20882   CulSciVII21j
20883   CulSciVII22a
20884   CulSciVII22b
20885   CulSciVII22c
20886   CulSciVII22d
20887   CulSciVII22e
20888   CulSciVII22f
20889   CulSciVII22g
20890   CulSciVII23a
20891   CulSciVII23b
20892   CulSciVII23c
20893   CulSciVII23d
20894   CulSciVII23e
20895   CulSciVII23f
20896   CulSciVIII24a
20897   CulSciVIII24b
20898   CulSciVIII24c
20899   CulSciVII24d
20900   CulSciVII25a
20901   CulSciVII25b
20902   CulSciVII25c
20903   CulSciVII25d
20904   CulSciVII25e
20905   CulSciVII25f
20906   CulSciVII25g
20907   CulSciVII25h
20908   CulSciVII25i
20909   CulSciVII25j
20910   CulSciVII25k
20911   CulSciVII25l
20912   CulSciVII25m
20913   CulSciVII25n
20914   CulSciVII25o
20915   CulSciVII25p
20916   STAT.01.01.01
20917   STAT.01.01.02
20918   STAT.01.01.03
20919   STAT.01.01.04
20920   STAT.01.01.05
20921   STAT.01.01.06
20922   STAT.01.01.07
20923   STAT.01.01.08
20924   STAT.01.01.09
20925   STAT.01.01.10
20926   STAT.01.02.01
20927   STAT.01.02.02
20928   STAT.01.02.03
20929   STAT.01.02.04
20930   STAT.01.02.05
20931   STAT.01.02.06
20932   STAT.01.03.01
20933   STAT.01.03.02
20934   STAT.01.03.03
20935   STAT.01.03.04
20936   STAT.01.03.05
20937   STAT.01.03.06
20938   STAT.01.03.07
20939   STAT.01.03.08
20940   STAT.01.03.09
20941   STAT.01.03.10
20942   STAT.01.04.01
20943   STAT.01.04.02
20944   STAT.01.04.03
20945   STAT.01.04.04
20946   STAT.01.04.05
20947   STAT.01.04.06
20948   STAT.01.04.07
20949   STAT.01.04.08
20950   STAT.02.05.01
20951   STAT.02.05.02
20952   STAT.02.05.03
20953   STAT.02.05.04
20954   STAT.02.05.05
20955   STAT.02.05.06
20956   STAT.02.05.07
20957   STAT.02.05.08
20958   STAT.02.05.09
20959   STAT.02.05.10
20960   STAT.02.06.01
20961   STAT.02.06.02
20962   STAT.02.06.03
20963   STAT.02.06.04
20964   STAT.02.06.05
20965   STAT.02.06.06
20966   STAT.02.06.07
20967   STAT.02.06.08
20968   STAT.02.06.09
20969   STAT.02.06.10
20970   STAT.02.06.11
20971   STAT.02.06.12
20972   STAT.02.06.13
20973   STAT.02.07.01
20974   STAT.02.07.02
20975   STAT.02.07.03
20976   STAT.02.07.04
20977   STAT.02.07.05
20978   STAT.02.07.06
20979   STAT.02.07.07
20980   STAT.02.07.08
20981   STAT.02.07.09
20982   STAT.02.07.10
20983   STAT.02.07.11
20984   STAT.02.07.12
20985   STAT.02.07.13
20986   STAT.02.08.01
20987   STAT.02.08.02
20988   STAT.02.08.03
20989   STAT.02.08.04
20990   STAT.02.08.05
20991   STAT.02.08.06
20992   STAT.02.08.07
20993   STAT.02.08.08
20994   STAT.02.08.09
20995   STAT.02.08.10
20996   STAT.03.09.01
20997   STAT.03.09.02
20998   STAT.03.09.03
20999   STAT.03.09.04
21000   STAT.03.09.05
21001   STAT.03.09.06
21002   STAT.03.09.07
21003   STAT.03.09.08
21004   STAT.03.09.09
21005   STAT.03.09.10
21006   STAT.03.09.11
21007   STAT.03.10.01
21008   STAT.03.10.02
21009   STAT.03.10.03
21010   STAT.03.10.04
21011   STAT.03.10.05
21012   STAT.03.10.06
21013   STAT.03.10.07
21014   STAT.03.10.08
21015   STAT.03.10.09
21016   STAT.03.10.10
21017   STAT.03.10.11
21018   STAT.03.10.12
21019   STAT.03.11.01
21020   STAT.03.11.02
21021   STAT.03.11.03
21022   STAT.03.11.04
21023   STAT.03.11.05
21024   STAT.03.11.06
21025   STAT.03.11.07
21026   STAT.03.11.08
21027   STAT.03.11.09
21028   STAT.03.11.10
21029   STAT.03.11.11
21030   STAT.03.12.01
21031   STAT.03.12.02
21032   STAT.03.12.03
21033   STAT.03.12.04
21034   STAT.03.12.05
21035   STAT.03.12.06
21036   STAT.03.12.07
21037   STAT.03.12.08
21038   STAT.03.12.09
21039   STAT.04.13.01
21040   STAT.04.13.02
21041   STAT.04.13.03
21042   STAT.04.13.04
21043   STAT.04.13.05
21044   STAT.04.13.06
21045   STAT.04.13.07
21046   STAT.04.13.08
21047   STAT.04.13.09
21048   STAT.04.13.10
21049   STAT.04.13.11
21050   STAT.04.14.01
21051   STAT.04.14.02
21052   STAT.04.14.03
21053   STAT.04.14.04
21054   STAT.04.14.05
21055   STAT.04.15.01
21056   TechEdHS.ATA.1.1.c
21057   TechEdHS.ATA.1.2.a
21058   TechEdHS.ATA.1.2.b
21059   TechEdHS.ATA.1.3.a
21060   TechEdHS.ATA.1.3.d
21061   TechEdHS.ATA.1.4.a
21062   TechEdHS.ATA.1.4.c
21063   TechEdHS.ATA.1.5.a
21064   TechEdHS.ATA.1.6.a
21065   TechEdHS.ATA.1.6.c
21066   TechEdHS.ATA.1.6.d
21067   TechEdHS.ATA.2.1.b
21068   TechEdHS.ATA.2.1.d
21069   TechEdHS.ATA.2.1.e
21070   TechEdHS.ATA.2.2.c
21071   TechEdHS.ATA.2.3.b
21072   TechEdHS.ATA.2.4.b
21073   TechEdHS.ATA.2.4.a
21074   TechEdHS.ATA.2.5.c
21075   TechEdHS.ATA.2.5.d
21076   TechEdHS.ATA.2.6.d
21077   TechEdHS.ATA.3.1.e
21078   TechEdHS.ATA.3.1.e
21079   TechEdHS.ATA.3.2.a
21080   TechEdHS.ATA.3.3.b
21081   TechEdHS.ATA.3.3.b
21082   TechEdHS.ATA.3.4.a
21083   TechEdHS.ATA.3.4.b
21084   TechEdHS.ATA.3.4.d
21085   TechEdHS.ATA.3.4.d
21086   TechEdHS.ATA.4.1.b
21087   TechEdHS.ATA.4.1.e
21088   TechEdHS.ATA.4.2.a
21089   TechEdHS.ATA.4.2.a
21090   TechEdHS.ATA.4.2.b
21091   TechEdHS.ATA.4.3.a
21092   TechEdHS.ATA.4.3.a
21093   TechEdHS.ATA.4.3.b
21094   TechEdHS.ATA.4.3.b
21095   TechEdHS.ATA.4.3.b
21096   TechEdHS.ATA.4.3.b
21097   TechEdHS.ADA.1.1.e
21098   TechEdHS.ADA.1.2.a
21099   TechEdHS.ADA.1.2.b
21100   TechEdHS.ADA.1.3.b
21101   TechEdHS.ADA.1.4.f
21102   TechEdHS.ADA.1.5.a
21103   TechEdHS.ADA.1.5.a
21104   TechEdHS.ADA.1.6.b
21105   TechEdHS.ADA.1.6.b
21106   TechEdHS.ADA.1.6.b
21107   TechEdHS.ADA.2.1.a
21108   TechEdHS.ADA.2.1.b
21109   TechEdHS.ADA.2.2.b
21110   TechEdHS.ADA.2.2.a
21111   TechEdHS.ADA.2.3.a
21112   TechEdHS.ADA.2.4.b
21113   TechEdHS.ADA.2.4.d
21114   TechEdHS.ADA.2.4.c
21115   TechEdHS.ADA.3.1.e
21116   TechEdHS.ADA.3.2.a
21117   TechEdHS.ADA.3.2.a
21118   TechEdHS.ADA.3.3.c
21119   TechEdHS.ADA.3.3.c
21120   TechEdHS.ADA.3.3.c
21121   TechEdHS.ADA.3.3.c
21122   TechEdHS.ADA.3.3.d
21123   TechEdHS.ADA.3.3.e
21124   TechEdHS.ADA.3.3.e
21125   TechEdHS.ADA.3.4.d
21126   TechEdHS.ADA.3.4.d
21127   TechEdHS.ADA.4.1.a
21128   TechEdHS.ADA.4.2.b
21129   TechEdHS.ADA.4.2.b
21130   TechEdHS.ADA.4.3.b
21131   TechEdHS.ADA.4.4.b
21132   TechEdHS.ADA.4.4.c
21133   TechEdHS.ADA.4.4.c
21134   TechEdHS.ADA.4.4.c
21135   TechEdHS.ADA.4.4.e
21136   TechEdHS.ADA.4.5.a
21137   TechEdHS.ADA.4.5.a
21138   TechEdHS.ADA.4.5.b
21139   TechEdHS.ADA.4.5.d
21249   Rdg6.2.1.c
21250   Rdg6.2.1.d
21251   Rdg6.2.1.e
21252   Rdg6.2.1.f
21253   Rdg6.2.1.g
21254   Rdg6.2.1.h
21255   Rdg6.2.2.a
21256   Rdg6.2.2.b
21257   Rdg6.2.2.c
21258   Rdg6.2.2.d
21259   Rdg6.2.2.e
21260   Rdg6.2.2.f
21261   Rdg6.2.3.a
21262   Rdg6.2.3.b
21263   Rdg6.2.3.c
21264   Rdg6.2.3.d
21265   Rdg6.2.3.e
21266   Rdg6.2.3.f
21267   Rdg6.2.3.g
21268   Rdg6.2.3.h
21269   Rdg6.2.3.I
21270   Rdg6.2.3.j
21271   Rdg6.2.3.k
21272   Rdg6.2.4.a
21273   Rdg6.2.4.b
21274   Rdg6.2.4.c
21275   Rdg6.2.4.d
21276   Rdg6.2.4.e
21277   Rdg6.2.4.f
21278   Rdg6.2.4.g
21279   Rdg6.2.4.h
21280   Rdg6.2.4.I
21281   Rdg6.2.4.j
21282   Rdg6.2.4.k
21283   Rdg6.2.4.l
21284   Rdg6.2.4.m
21285   Rdg6.2.5.a
21286   Rdg6.2.5.b
21287   Rdg6.3.1.a
21288   Rdg6.3.1.b
21289   Rdg6.3.2.a
21290   Rdg6.3.2.b
21291   Rdg6.3.2.c
21292   Rdg6.3.3.a1
21293   Rdg6.3.3.a2
21294   Rdg6.3.3.a3
21295   Rdg6.3.3.a4
21296   Rdg6.3.3.a5
21297   Rdg6.3.3.a6
21298   Rdg6.3.3.b
21299   Rdg6.3.3.c
21300   Rdg6.3.3.d
21301   Rdg6.3.3.e
21302   Rdg6.3.3.f
21303   Rdg6.3.3.g1
21304   Rdg6.3.3.g2
21305   Rdg6.3.3.g3
21306   Rdg6.3.4.a
21307   Rdg6.3.4.b
21308   Rdg6.3.4.c
21309   Rdg6.3.4.d
21310   Rdg6.3.4.e
21311   Rdg6.3.4.f
21312   Rdg6.3.4.g
21313   Rdg6.3.4.h
21314   Rdg6.3.4.I
21315   Rdg6.3.4.j
21316   Rdg6.3.4.k
21317   Rdg6.3.4.l
21318   Rdg6.3.5.a
21319   Rdg6.3.5.b
21320   Rdg6.3.5.c
21321   Rdg6.3.5.d
21322   Rdg6.3.5.e
21323   Rdg6.3.5.f
21324   Rdg6.3.5.g
21325   Rdg6.3.6.a
21326   Rdg6.3.6.b
21327   Rdg6.3.6.c
21328   Rdg6.3.6.d
21329   Rdg6.3.6.e
21330   Rdg6.3.6.f
21331   Rdg6.4.7.a
21332   Rdg6.4.7.b
21333   Rdg6.4.7.c
21334   Rdg6.4.7.d
21335   Rdg6.4.1.a
21336   Rdg6.4.1.b
21337   Rdg6.4.2.a
21338   Rdg6.4.2.b1
21339   Rdg6.4.2.b2
21340   Rdg6.4.2.c1
21341   Rdg6.4.2.c2
21342   Rdg6.4.2.d
21343   Rdg6.4.2.e1
21344   Rdg6.4.2.e2
21345   Rdg6.4.2.f
21346   Rdg6.5.1.a
21347   Rdg6.5.1.b
21348   Rdg6.5.1.c
21349   Rdg6.5.1.d
21350   Rdg6.5.1.e
21351   Rdg6.5.1.f
21352   Rdg6.5.1.g
21353   Rdg6.5.1.h
21354   Rdg6.5.2.a
21355   Rdg6.5.2.b
21356   Rdg6.5.2.c
21357   Rdg6.5.2.d
21358   Rdg6.5.2.e
21359   Rdg6.5.3.a
21360   Rdg6.5.3.b
21361   Rdg6.5.3.c
21362   Rdg6.5.3.d
21363   Rdg6.5.3.e
21364   Rdg6.5.4.a
21365   Rdg6.5.4.b
21366   Rdg6.5.4.c
21367   Rdg6.5.4.d
21368   Rdg6.5.5.a
21369   Rdg6.5.5.b
21370   Rdg6.5.5.c
21371   Rdg6.5.5.d
28021   eng9.6.1.b.2
28022   eng9.6.2.a.1
28023   eng9.6.2.a.2
22193   ALG2.04.11.05
22192   ALG2.04.11.04
22191   ALG2.04.11.03
22190   ALG2.04.11.02
22188   ALG2.04.10.03
22189   ALG2.04.11.01
22187   ALG2.04.10.02
22185   ALG2.04.09.08
22186   ALG2.04.10.01
22184   ALG2.04.09.07
22183   ALG2.04.09.06
22182   ALG2.04.09.05
22181   ALG2.04.09.04
22180   ALG2.04.09.03
21530   ACRO.08.09.04
21531   ACRO.08.09.05
21532   ACRO.08.09.06
21533   ACRO.08.10.01
21534   ACRO.08.10.02
21535   ACRO.08.10.03
21536   ACRO.08.10.04
21537   ACRO.08.10.05
21538   ACRO.08.10.06
21539   ACRO.08.10.07
21540   ACRO.09.11.01
21541   ACRO.09.11.02
21542   ACRO.09.11.03
21543   ACRO.09.11.04
21544   ACRO.09.11.05
21545   ACRO.09.11.06
21546   ACRO.10.12.01
21547   ACRO.10.12.02
21548   ACRO.10.12.03
21549   ACRO.10.12.04
21550   ACRO.10.12.05
21551   ACRO.10.12.06
21552   ACRO.10.12.07
21553   ACRO.10.12.08
21554   ACRO.10.12.09
21555   ACRO.10.12.10
21556   ACRO.10.12.11
21557   ACRO.10.12.12
21558   ACRO.11.13.01
21559   ACRO.11.13.02
21560   ACRO.11.13.03
21561   ACRO.11.13.04
21562   ACRO.11.13.05
21563   ACRO.11.13.06
21564   ACRO.11.13.07
21707   CDVII.3.l
21708   CDVII.3.m
21709   CDVII.3.n
21710   CDVII.3.o
21716   CulSciII.3.a
21717   CulSciII.3.b
21718   CulSciII.3.c
21719   CulSciII.3.d
21720   CulSciII.3.e
21721   CulSciII.3.f
21722   CulSciII.3.g
21723   CulSciII.3.h
21724   CulSciII.3.i
21725   CulSciII.3.j
21726   CulSciII.3.k
21727   CulSciII.3.l
21728   CulSciIII.4.a
21729   CulSciIII.4.b
21730   CulSciIII.4.c
21731   CulSciIII.4.d
21732   CulSciIII.4.e
21733   CulSciIII.4.f
21734   CulSciIII.4.g
21735   CulSciIII.4.h
21736   CulSciIII.4.i
21737   CulSciIII.4.j
21738   CulSciIV.5.a
21739   CulSciIV.5.b
21740   CulSciIV.5.c
21741   CulSciIV.5.d
21742   CulSciV.6.a
21743   CulSciV.6.b
21744   CulSciV.6.c
21745   CulSciV.6.d
21746   CulSciV.6.e
21747   CulSciVI.7.a
21748   CulSciVI.7.b
21749   CulSciVI.7.c
21750   CulSciVII.8.a
21751   CulSciVII.8.b
21752   CulSciVII.8.c
21753   CulSciVII.8.d
21754   CulSciVII.8.e
21755   CulSciVII.8.f
21756   CulSciVII.8.g
21757   CulSciVII.9.a
21758   CulSciVII.9.b
21759   CulSciVII.9.c
21760   CulSciVII.9.d
21761   CulSciVII.9.e
21762   CulSciVII.9.f
21763   CulSciVII.9.g
21764   CulSciVII10.a
21765   CulSciVII10.b
21766   CulSciVII10.c
21767   CulSciVII10.d
21768   CulSciVII10.e
21769   CulSciVII10.f
21770   CulSciVII10.g
21771   CulSciVII10.h
21772   CulSciVII10.i
21773   CulSciVII10.j
21774   CulSciVII10.k
21775   CulSciVII10.l
21776   CulSciVII10.m
21777   CulSciVII10.n
21778   CulSciVII11a
21779   CulSciVII11b
21780   CulSciVII11c
21781   CulSciVII11d
21782   CulSciVII11e
21783   CulSciVII11f
21784   CulSciVII11g
21785   CulSciVII11h
21786   CulSciVII11i
21787   CulSciVII11j
21788   CulSciVII11k
21789   CulSciVII12a
21790   CulSciVII12b
21791   CulSciVII12c
21792   CulSciVII12d
21793   CulSciVII12e
21794   CulSciVII12f
21795   CulSciVII12g
21796   CulSciVII12h
21797   CulSciVII12i
21798   CulSciVII13a
21799   CulSciVII13b
21800   CulSciVII13c
21801   CulSciVII14a
21802   CulSciVII14b
21803   CulSciVII14c
21804   CulSciVII14d
21805   CulSciVII14e
21806   CulSciVII15a
21807   CulSciVII15b
21808   CulSciVII15c
21809   CulSciVII15d
21810   CulSciVII15e
21811   CulSciVII15f
21812   CulSciVII15g
21813   CulSciVII15h
21814   CulSciVII15i
21815   CulSciVII15j
21816   CulSciVII15k
21817   CulSciVII15l
21818   CulSciVII15m
21819   CulSciVII15n
21820   CulSciVII16a
21821   CulSciVII16b
21822   CulSciVII16c
21823   CulSciVII16d
21824   CulSciVII16e
21825   CulSciVII16f
21826   CulSciVII16g
21827   CulSciVII16h
21828   CulSciVII17a
21829   CulSciVII17b
21830   CulSciVII17c
21831   CulSciVII17d
21832   CulSciVII17e
21833   CulSciVII17f
21834   CulSciVII17g
21835   CulSciVII18a
21836   CulSciVII18b
21837   CulSciVII18c
21838   CulSciVII18d
21839   CulSciVII18e
21840   CulSciVII18f
21841   CulSciVII18g
21842   CulSciVII18h
21843   CulSciVII18i
21844   CulSciVII18j
21845   CulSciVII18k
21846   CulSciVII18l
21847   CulSciVII19a
21848   CulSciVII19b
21849   CulSciVII19c
21850   CulSciVII19d
21851   CulSciVII19e
21852   CulSciVII19f
21853   CulSciVII19g
21854   CulSciVII19h
21855   CulSciVII19i
21856   CulSciVII20a
21857   CulSciVII20b
21858   CulSciVII20c
21859   CulSciVII20d
21860   CulSciVII20e
21861   CulSciVII20f
21862   CulSciVII20g
21863   CulSciVII20h
21864   CulSciVII20i
21865   CulSciVII20j
21866   CulSciVII20k
21867   CulSciVII21a
21868   CulSciVII21b
21869   CulSciVII21c
21870   CulSciVII21d
21871   CulSciVII21e
21872   CulSciVII21f
21873   CulSciVII21g
21874   CulSciVII21h
21875   CulSciVII21i
21876   CulSciVII21j
21877   CulSciVII22a
21878   CulSciVII22b
21879   CulSciVII22c
21880   CulSciVII22d
21881   CulSciVII22e
21882   CulSciVII22f
21883   CulSciVII22g
21884   CulSciVII23a
21885   CulSciVII23b
21886   CulSciVII23c
21887   CulSciVII23d
21888   CulSciVII23e
21889   CulSciVII23f
21890   CulSciVIII24a
21891   CulSciVIII24b
21892   CulSciVIII24c
21893   CulSciVII24d
21894   CulSciVII25a
21895   CulSciVII25b
21896   CulSciVII25c
21897   CulSciVII25d
21898   CulSciVII25e
21899   CulSciVII25f
21900   CulSciVII25g
21901   CulSciVII25h
21902   CulSciVII25i
21903   CulSciVII25j
21904   CulSciVII25k
21905   CulSciVII25l
21906   CulSciVII25m
21907   CulSciVII25n
21908   CulSciVII25o
21909   CulSciVII25p
22024   MSFACS.8.2.1.b
22025   MSFACS.8.2.1.c
22026   MSFACS.8.2.1.d
22027   MSFACS.8.2.2.a
22028   MSFACS.8.2.2.b
22029   MSFACS.8.2.2.c
22030   MSFACS.8.2.2.d
22178   ALG2.04.09.01
22179   ALG2.04.09.02
22177   ALG2.03.08.06
22174   ALG2.03.08.03
22175   ALG2.03.08.04
22176   ALG2.03.08.05
22173   ALG2.03.08.02
22172   ALG2.03.08.01
22171   ALG2.03.07.07
22170   ALG2.03.07.06
22167   ALG2.03.07.03
22168   ALG2.03.07.04
22169   ALG2.03.07.05
22165   ALG2.03.07.01
22166   ALG2.03.07.02
22164   ALG2.03.06.10
22163   ALG2.03.06.09
22162   ALG2.03.06.08
22161   ALG2.03.06.07
22160   ALG2.03.06.06
22158   ALG2.03.06.04
22159   ALG2.03.06.05
22157   ALG2.03.06.03
22156   ALG2.03.06.02
22155   ALG2.03.06.01
22154   ALG2.02.05.06
22153   ALG2.02.05.05
22151   ALG2.02.05.03
22152   ALG2.02.05.04
22150   ALG2.02.05.02
22149   ALG2.02.05.01
22148   ALG2.02.04.08
22147   ALG2.02.04.07
22146   ALG2.02.04.06
22145   ALG2.02.04.05
22143   ALG2.02.04.03
22144   ALG2.02.04.04
22142   ALG2.02.04.02
22141   ALG2.02.04.01
22140   ALG2.01.03.06
22139   ALG2.01.03.05
22138   ALG2.01.03.04
22137   ALG2.01.03.03
22136   ALG2.01.03.02
22135   ALG2.01.03.01
22134   ALG2.01.02.08
22133   ALG2.01.02.07
22131   ALG2.01.02.05
22132   ALG2.01.02.06
22129   ALG2.01.02.03
22130   ALG2.01.02.04
22128   ALG2.01.02.02
22127   ALG2.01.02.01
22126   ALG2.01.01.03
22125   ALG2.01.01.02
22124   ALG2.01.01.01
22101   cs1.01.01
22102   cs1.02.01
22103   cs1.03.01
22104   cs1.04.01
22105   cs1.05.01
22106   cs1.06.01
22107   cs1.07.01
22108   cs1.08.01
22109   cs1.09.01
22110   cs1.10.01
22111   cs1.11.01
22112   cs1.12.01
22113   cs1.13.01
22114   cs1.14.01
22115   cs1.15.01
22116   cs1.16.01
22117   cs1.17.01
22118   cs1.18.01
22119   cs1.19.01
22120   cs1.20.01
22121   cs1.21.21
22122   cs1.22.22
22123   cs1.23.23
24288   fmusa.6.20.01
24289   fmusa.6.20.02
24290   fmusa.6.20.03
24291   fmusa.6.20.04
24292   fmusa.6.20.05
24293   fmusa.6.20.06
24294   fmusa.6.20.07
24295   fmusa.6.21.00
24296   fmusa.6.21.01
24297   fmusa.6.21.02
24298   fmusa.6.21.03
24299   fmusa.6.21.04
24300   fmusa.6.21.05
24301   fmusa.6.21.06
24302   fmusa.6.22.01
24303   fmusa.6.22.02
24304   fmusa.6.22.03
24419   la.1.2.D.1
24420   la.1.2.D.2
24421   la.1.2.D.3
24422   la.K.2.D.1
24423   la.K.2.D.2
24424   la.K.2.D.3
24425   la.2.2.D.1
24426   la.2.2.D.2
24427   la.2.2.D.3
28018   eng9.6.1.a.1
28019   eng9.6.1.a.2
28020   eng9.6.1.b.1
24429   la.3.2.E.1
24430   la.3.2.E.2
24431   la.3.2.E.3
24432   la.4.2.E.1
24433   la.4.2.E.2
24434   la.4.2.E.3
27931   esmath1.3.03.y
27932   esmath1.3.04.y
27933   esmath1.3.05.y
27934   esmath1.4.02.a
27935   esmath1.4.03.y
27936   esmath1.4.04.e
27937   esmath1.4.04.y
27938   esmath1.4.05.y
27939   esmath1.4.06.y
27940   esmath2.1.03.y
27941   esmath2.1.04.y
27942   esmath2.1.05.y
27943   esmath2.2.03.y
27944   esmath2.2.04.y
27945   esmath2.2.05.y
27946   esmath2.3.03.y
27947   esmath2.3.04.y
27948   esmath2.3.05.y
27949   esmath2.3.06.y
24437   la.1.1.B.2B
24438   la.2.1.A.1B
28158   pelf.10.d
28145   pelf.8.a
24439   wl.s1.1.cip.1.a
24440   wl.s1.1.cip.1.b
24441   wl.s1.1.cip.1.c
24442   wl.s1.1.cip.1.d
24443   wl.s1.1.cip.1.e
24444   wl.s1.1.cip.1.f
24445   wl.s1.1.cip.1.g
24446   wl.s1.1.cip.1.h
24447   wl.s1.1.cip.1.i
24448   wl.s1.1.cip.1.j
24449   wl.s1.1.cip.1.k
24450   wl.s1.1.cip.1.l
24451   wl.s1.1.cip.2.a
24452   wl.s1.1.cip.2.b
24453   wl.s1.1.cip.2.c
24454   wl.s1.1.cip.2.d
24455   wl.s1.1.cip.2.e
24456   wl.s1.1.cip.3.a
24457   wl.s1.1.cip.3.b
24458   wl.s1.1.cip.3.c
24459   wl.s1.1.clt.1.a
24460   wl.s1.1.clt.1.b
24461   wl.s1.1.clt.1.c
24462   wl.s1.1.clt.1.d
24463   wl.s1.1.clt.1.e
24464   wl.s1.1.clt.1.f
24465   wl.s1.1.clt.1.g
24466   wl.s1.1.clt.2.a
24467   wl.s1.1.c.2.b
24468   wl.s1.1.c.2.c
24469   wl.s1.1.c.2.d
24470   wl.s1.1.con.1.a
24471   wl.s1.1.con.1.b
24472   wl.s1.1.con.1.c
24473   wl.s1.1.con.1.d
24474   wl.s1.1.con.1.e
24475   wl.s1.1.con.1.f
24476   wl.s1.1.con.2.a
24477   wl.s1.1.con.2.b
24478   wl.s1.1.con.2.c
24479   wl.s1.1.con.2.d
24480   wl.s1.1.con.2.e
24481   wl.s1.1.con.2.f
24482   wl.s1.1.con.2.g
24483   wl.s1.1.cps.1.a
24484   wl.s1.1.cps.1.b
24485   wl.s1.1.cps.1.c
24486   wl.s1.1.cps.1.d
24487   wl.s1.1.cps.1.e
24488   wl.s1.1.cps.1.f
24489   wl.s1.1.cps.2.a
24490   wl.s1.1.cps.2.b
24491   wl.s1.1.cum.1.a
24492   wl.s1.1.cum.1.b
24493   wl.s1.1.cum.1.c
24494   wl.s1.1.cum.1.d
24495   wl.s1.1.cum.2.a
24496   wl.s1.1.cum.2.b
24497   wl.s1.1.cum.2.c
24498   wl.s1.1.cum.2.d
24499   wl.s1.1.cum.2.e
24500   wl.s1.1.lan.1.a
24501   wl.s1.1.lan.1.b
24502   wl.s1.1.lan.1.c
24503   wl.s1.1.lan.1.d
24504   wl.s1.1.lan.1.e
24505   wl.s1.1.lan.1.f
24506   wl.s1.1.lan.1.g
24507   wl.s1.1.lan.1.h
24508   wl.s1.1.lan.1.I
24509   wl.s1.1.lan.1.j
24510   wl.s1.1.lan.1.k
24511   wl.s1.1.lan.1.l
24512   wl.s1.1.yyy.1.y
24513   wl.s1.1.zzz.1.z
24514   wl.s1.2.cip.1.a
24515   wl.s1.2.cip.1.b
24516   wl.s1.2.cip.1.c
24517   wl.s1.2.cip.1.d
24518   wl.s1.2.cip.1.e
24519   wl.s1.2.cip.1.f
24520   wl.s1.2.cip.1.g
24521   wl.s1.2.cip.2.a
24522   wl.s1.2.cip.2.b
24523   wl.s1.2.cip.2.c
24524   wl.s1.2.cip.2.d
24525   wl.s1.2.cip.2.e
24526   wl.s1.2.cip.3.a
24527   wl.s1.2.cip.3.b
24528   wl.s1.2.cip.3.c
24529   wl.s1.2.clt.1.a
24530   wl.s1.2.clt.1.b
24531   wl.s1.2.clt.1.c
24532   wl.s1.2.clt.2.a
24533   wl.s1.2.clt.2.b
24534   wl.s1.2.clt.2.c
24535   wl.s1.2.con.1.a
24536   wl.s1.2.con.1.b
24537   wl.s1.2.con.1.c
24538   wl.s1.2.con.1.d
24539   wl.s1.2.con.1.e
24540   wl.s1.2.con.1.f
24541   wl.s1.2.con.2.a
24542   wl.s1.2.con.2.b
24543   wl.s1.2.con.2.c
24544   wl.s1.2.con.2.d
24545   wl.s1.2.con.2.e
24546   wl.s1.2.con.2.f
24547   wl.s1.2.con.2.g
24548   wl.s1.2.cps.1.a
24549   wl.s1.2.cps.1.b
24550   wl.s1.2.cps.1.c
24551   wl.s1.2.cps.1.d
24552   wl.s1.2.cps.1.e
24553   wl.s1.2.cps.1.f
24554   wl.s1.2.cps.2.a
24555   wl.s1.2.cps.2.b
24556   wl.s1.2.cum.1.a
24557   wl.s1.2.cum.1.b
24558   wl.s1.2.cum.1.c
24559   wl.s1.2.cum.2.a
24560   wl.s1.2.cum.2.b
24561   wl.s1.2.cum.2.c
24562   wl.s1.2.cum.2.d
24563   wl.s1.2.cum.2.e
24564   wl.s1.2.lan.1.a
24565   wl.s1.2.lan.1.b
24566   wl.s1.2.lan.1.c
24567   wl.s1.2.lan.1.d
24568   wl.s1.2.lan.1.e
24569   wl.s1.2.lan.1.f
24570   wl.s1.2.lan.1.g
24571   wl.s1.2.yyy.1.y
24572   wl.s1.2.zzz.1.z
24573   wl.s1.3.cip.1.a
24574   wl.s1.3.cip.1.b
24575   wl.s1.3.cip.1.c
24576   wl.s1.3.cip.1.d
24577   wl.s1.3.cip.1.e
24578   wl.s1.3.cip.1.f
24579   wl.s1.3.cip.1.g
24580   wl.s1.3.cip.1.h
24581   wl.s1.3.cip.1.i
24582   wl.s1.3.cip.2.a
24583   wl.s1.3.cip.2.b
24584   wl.s1.3.cip.2.c
24585   wl.s1.3.cip.2.d
24586   wl.s1.3.cip.2.e
24587   wl.s1.3.cip.3.a
24588   wl.s1.3.cip.3.b
24589   wl.s1.3.cip.3.c
24590   wl.s1.3.clt.1.a
24591   wl.s1.3.clt.1.b
24592   wl.s1.3.clt.1.c
24593   wl.s1.3.clt.1.d
24594   wl.s1.3.clt.1.e
24595   wl.s1.3.clt.1.f
24596   wl.s1.3.clt.1.g
24597   wl.s1.3.clt.2.a
24598   wl.s1.3.clt.2.b
24599   wl.s1.3.clt.2.c
24600   wl.s1.3.con.1.a
24601   wl.s1.3.con.1.b
24602   wl.s1.3.con.1.c
24603   wl.s1.3.con.1.d
24604   wl.s1.3.con.1.e
24605   wl.s1.3.con.2.a
24606   wl.s1.3.con.2.b
24607   wl.s1.3.con.2.c
24608   wl.s1.3.con.2.d
24609   wl.s1.3.con.2.e
24610   wl.s1.3.con.2.f
24611   wl.s1.3.con.2.g
24612   wl.s1.3.cps.1.a
24613   wl.s1.3.cps.1.b
24614   wl.s1.3.cps.1.c
24615   wl.s1.3.cps.1.d
24616   wl.s1.3.cps.1.e
24617   wl.s1.3.cps.1.f
24618   wl.s1.3.cps.2.a
24619   wl.s1.3.cps.2.b
24620   wl.s1.3.cum.1.a
24621   wl.s1.3.cum.1.b
24622   wl.s1.3.cum.1.c
24623   wl.s1.3.cum.1.d
24624   wl.s1.3.cum.1.e
24625   wl.s1.3.cum.2.a
24626   wl.s1.3.cum.2.b
24627   wl.s1.3.cum.2.c
24628   wl.s1.3.cum.2.d
24629   wl.s1.3.cum.2.e
24630   wl.s1.3.lan.1.a
24631   wl.s1.3.lan.1.b
24632   wl.s1.3.lan.1.c
24633   wl.s1.3.lan.1.d
24634   wl.s1.3.lan.1.e
24635   wl.s1.3.lan.1.f
24636   wl.s1.3.lan.1.g
24637   wl.s1.3.lan.1.h
24638   wl.s1.3.lan.1.I
24639   wl.s1.3.yyy.1.y
24640   wl.s1.3.zzz.1.z
24641   wl.s1.4.cip.1.a
24642   wl.s1.4.cip.1.b
24643   wl.s1.4.cip.1.c
24644   wl.s1.4.cip.1.d
24645   wl.s1.4.cip.1.e
24646   wl.s1.4.cip.1.f
24647   wl.s1.4.cip.1.g
24648   wl.s1.4.cip.1.h
24649   wl.s1.4.cip.1.i
24650   wl.s1.4.cip.1.j
24651   wl.s1.4.cip.1.k
24652   wl.s1.4.cip.1.l
24653   wl.s1.4.cip.2.a
24654   wl.s1.4.cip.2.b
24655   wl.s1.4.cip.2.c
24656   wl.s1.4.cip.2.d
24657   wl.s1.4.cip.2.e
24658   wl.s1.4.cip.3.a
24659   wl.s1.4.cip.3.b
24660   wl.s1.4.cip.3.c
24661   wl.s1.4.clt.1.a
24662   wl.s1.4.clt.1.b
24663   wl.s1.4.clt.1.c
24664   wl.s1.4.clt.1.d
24665   wl.s1.4.clt.1.e
24666   wl.s1.4.clt.1.f
24667   wl.s1.4.clt.2.a
24668   wl.s1.4.clt.2.b
24669   wl.s1.4.clt.2.c
24670   wl.s1.4.con.1.a
24671   wl.s1.4.con.1.b
24672   wl.s1.4.con.1.c
24673   wl.s1.4.con.1.d
24674   wl.s1.4.con.1.e
24675   wl.s1.4.con.2.a
24676   wl.s1.4.con.2.b
24677   wl.s1.4.con.2.c
24678   wl.s1.4.con.2.d
24679   wl.s1.4.con.2.e
24680   wl.s1.4.con.2.f
24681   wl.s1.4.con.2.g
24682   wl.s1.4.cps.1.a
24683   wl.s1.4.cps.1.b
24684   wl.s1.4.cps.1.c
24685   wl.s1.4.cps.1.d
24686   wl.s1.4.cps.1.e
24687   wl.s1.4.cps.1.f
24688   wl.s1.4.cps.2.a
24689   wl.s1.4.cps.2.b
24690   wl.s1.4.cps.2.c
24691   wl.s1.4.cum.1.a
24692   wl.s1.4.cum.1.b
24693   wl.s1.4.cum.1.c
24694   wl.s1.4.cum.1.d
24695   wl.s1.4.cum.2.a
24696   wl.s1.4.cum.2.b
24697   wl.s1.4.cum.2.c
24698   wl.s1.4.cum.2.d
24699   wl.s1.4.cum.2.e
24700   wl.s1.4.lan.1.a
24701   wl.s1.4.lan.1.b
24702   wl.s1.4.lan.1.c
24703   wl.s1.4.lan.1.d
24704   wl.s1.4.lan.1.e
24705   wl.s1.4.lan.1.f
24706   wl.s1.4.lan.1.g
24707   wl.s1.4.lan.1.h
24708   wl.s1.4.lan.1.i
24709   wl.s1.4.yyy.1.y
24710   wl.s1.4.zzz.1.z
24711   wl.s2.1.cip.1.a
24712   wl.s2.1.cip.1.b
24713   wl.s2.1.cip.1.c
24714   wl.s2.1.cip.1.d
24715   wl.s2.1.cip.1.e
24716   wl.s2.1.cip.1.f
24717   wl.s2.1.cip.1.g
24718   wl.s2.1.cip.1.h
24719   wl.s2.1.cip.1.I
24720   wl.s2.1.cip.1.j
24721   wl.s2.1.cip.1.k
24722   wl.s2.1.cip.1.l
24723   wl.s2.1.cip.1.m
24724   wl.s2.1.cip.2.a
24725   wl.s2.1.cip.2.b
24726   wl.s2.1.cip.2.c
24727   wl.s2.1.cip.2.d
24728   wl.s2.1.cip.2.e
24729   wl.s2.1.cip.3.a
24730   wl.s2.1.cip.3.b
24731   wl.s2.1.cip.3.c
24732   wl.s2.1.clt.1.a
24733   wl.s2.1.clt.1.b
24734   wl.s2.1.clt.1.c
24735   wl.s2.1.clt.1.d
24736   wl.s2.1.clt.2.a
24737   wl.s2.1.clt.2.b
24738   wl.s2.1.clt.2.c
24739   wl.s2.1.con.1.a
24740   wl.s2.1.con.1.b
24741   wl.s2.1.con.1.c
24742   wl.s2.1.con.1.d
24743   wl.s2.1.con.1.e
24744   wl.s2.1.con.1.f
24745   wl.s2.1.con.2.a
24746   wl.s2.1.con.2.b
24747   wl.s2.1.con.2.c
24748   wl.s2.1.con.2.d
24749   wl.s2.1.con.2.e
24750   wl.s2.1.con.2.f
24751   wl.s2.1.con.2.g
24752   wl.s2.1.cps.1.a
24753   wl.s2.1.cps.1.b
24754   wl.s2.1.cps.1.c
24755   wl.s2.1.cps.1.d
24756   wl.s2.1.cps.1.e
24757   wl.s2.1.cps.1.f
24758   wl.s2.1.cps.2.a
24759   wl.s2.1.cps.2.b
24760   wl.s2.1.cum.1.a
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25010   esoleld2.1.sri.4.a
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25016   esoleld2.1.sri.5.a
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25018   esoleld2.1.swi.1.a
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25020   esoleld2.1.swi.1.c
25021   esoleld2.1.swi.2.a
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25023   esoleld2.1.swi.2.c
25024   esoleld2.1.swi.2.d
25025   esoleld2.1.swi.3.a
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25027   esoleld2.1.swi.3.c
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25031   esoleld2.1.swi.4.a
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25042   esoleld2.1.xyz.1.a
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25051   esoleld2.1.zzz.1.z
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25060   esoleld2.2.lsl.1.a
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25075   esoleld2.2.lsl.2.f
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25086   esoleld2.2.lsl.3.g
25087   esoleld2.2.lsl.4.a
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25093   esoleld2.2.lsl.5.a
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25095   esoleld2.2.lsl.5.c
25096   esoleld2.2.lsl.5.d
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25099   esoleld2.2.lsl.5.g
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25102   esoleld2.2.sri.1.a
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25105   esoleld2.2.sri.2.a
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25111   esoleld2.2.sri.3.a
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25132   esoleld2.2.swi.1.
25133   esoleld2.2.swi.2.a
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25137   esoleld2.2.swi.3.a
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25143   esoleld2.2.swi.3.g
25144   esoleld2.2.swi.4.a
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25155   esoleld2.2.xyz.1.a
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25165   esoleld2.3.uf.1.a
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25173   esoleld2.3.lsl.1.a
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25200   esoleld2.3.lsl.4.a
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25202   esoleld2.3.lsl.4.c
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25206   esoleld2.3.lsl.4.g
25207   esoleld2.3.lsl.5.a
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25210   esoleld2.3.lsl.5.d
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25212   esoleld2.3.lsl.5.f
25213   esoleld2.3.lsl.5.g
25214   esoleld2.3.lsl.5.h
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25216   esoleld2.3.sri.1.a
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25218   esoleld2.3.sri.1.c
25219   esoleld2.3.sri.2.a
25220   esoleld2.3.sri.2.b
25221   esoleld2.3.sri.2.c
25222   esoleld2.3.sri.2.d
25223   esoleld2.3.sri.2.e
25224   esoleld2.3.sri.2.f
25225   esoleld2.3.sri.3.a
25226   esoleld2.3.sri.3.b
25227   esoleld2.3.sri.3.c
25228   esoleld2.3.sri.3.d
25229   esoleld2.3.sri.3.e
25230   esoleld2.3.sri.4.a
25231   esoleld2.3.sri.4.b
25232   esoleld2.3.sri.4.c
25233   esoleld2.3.sri.4.d
25234   esoleld2.3.sri.4.e
25235   esoleld2.3.sri.4.f
25236   esoleld2.3.sri.4.g
25237   esoleld2.3.sri.5.a
25238   esoleld2.3.sri.5.b
25239   esoleld2.3.swi.1.a
25240   esoleld2.3.swi.1.b
25241   esoleld2.3.swi.1.c
25242   esoleld2.3.swi.2.a
25243   esoleld2.3.swi.2.b
25244   esoleld2.3.swi.2.c
25245   esoleld2.3.swi.3.a
25246   esoleld2.3.swi.3.b
25247   esoleld2.3.swi.3.c
25248   esoleld2.3.swi.3.d
25249   esoleld2.3.swi.3.e
25250   esoleld2.3.swi.3.f
25251   esoleld2.3.swi.3.g
25252   esoleld2.3.swi.4.a
25253   esoleld2.3.swi.4.b
25254   esoleld2.3.swi.4.c
25255   esoleld2.3.swi.4.d
25256   esoleld2.3.swi.4.e
25257   esoleld2.3.swi.4.f
25258   esoleld2.3.swi.4.g
25259   esoleld2.3.swi.4.h
25260   esoleld2.3.swi.4.i
25261   esoleld2.3.swi.4.j
25262   esoleld2.3.swi.4.k
25263   esoleld2.3.xyz.1.a
25264   esoleld2.3.xyz.1.b
25265   esoleld2.3.xyz.1.c
25266   esoleld2.3.xyz.1.d
25267   esoleld2.3.xyz.1.e
25268   esoleld2.3.xyz.1.f
25269   esoleld2.3.xyz.1.g
25270   esoleld2.3.xyz.1.h
25271   esoleld2.3.xyz.1.i
25272   esoleld2.2.zzz.1.z
25273   esoleld2.4.uf.1.a
25274   esoleld2.4.uf.1.b
25275   esoleld2.4.uf.1.c
25276   esoleld2.4.uf.1.d
25277   esoleld2.4.uf.1.e
25278   esoleld2.4.uf.1.f
25279   esoleld2.4.uf.1.g
25280   esoleld2.4.uf.1.h
25281   esoleld2.4.uf.1.i
25282   esoleld2.4.lsl.1.a
25283   esoleld2.4.lsl.1.b
25284   esoleld2.4.lsl.1.c
25285   esoleld2.4.lsl.1.d
25286   esoleld2.4.lsl.1.e
25287   esoleld2.4.lsl.1.f
25288   esoleld2.4.lsl.1.g
25289   esoleld2.4.lsl.1.h
25290   esoleld2.4.lsl.1.i
25291   esoleld2.4.lsl.1.j
25292   esoleld2.4.lsl.1.k
25293   esoleld2.4.lsl.2.a
25294   esoleld2.4.lsl.2.b
25295   esoleld2.4.lsl.2.c
25296   esoleld2.4.lsl.2.d
25297   esoleld2.4.lsl.2.e
25298   esoleld2.4.lsl.2.f
25299   esoleld2.4.lsl.2.g
25300   esoleld2.4.lsl.2.h
25301   esoleld2.4.lsl.2.i
25302   esoleld2.4.lsl.2.j
25303   esoleld2.4.lsl.2.k
25304   esoleld2.4.lsl.3.a
25305   esoleld2.4.lsl.3.b
25306   esoleld2.4.lsl.3.c
25307   esoleld2.4.lsl.3.d
25308   esoleld2.4.lsl.3.e
25309   esoleld2.4.lsl.3.f
25310   esoleld2.4.lsl.3.g
25311   esoleld2.4.lsl.4.a
25312   esoleld2.4.lsl.4.b
25313   esoleld2.4.lsl.4.c
25314   esoleld2.4.lsl.4.d
25315   esoleld2.4.lsl.4.e
25316   esoleld2.4.lsl.5.a
25317   esoleld2.4.sri.1.a
25318   esoleld2.4.sri.1.b
25319   esoleld2.4.sri.1.c
25320   esoleld2.4.sri.2.a
25321   esoleld2.4.sri.2.b
25322   esoleld2.4.sri.2.c
25323   esoleld2.4.sri.2.d
25324   esoleld2.4.sri.2.e
25325   esoleld2.4.sri.2.f
25326   esoleld2.4.sri.3.a
25327   esoleld2.4.sri.3.b
25328   esoleld2.4.sri.3.c
25329   esoleld2.4.sri.3.d
25330   esoleld2.4.sri.3.e
25331   esoleld2.4.sri.3.f
25332   esoleld2.4.sri.3.g
25333   esoleld2.4.sri.4.a
25334   esoleld2.4.sri.4.b
25335   esoleld2.4.sri.4.c
25336   esoleld2.4.sri.4.d
25337   esoleld2.4.sri.4.e
25338   esoleld2.4.sri.4.f
25339   esoleld2.4.sri.4.g
25340   esoleld2.4.sri.4.h
25341   esoleld2.4.sri.4.i
25342   esoleld2.4.sri.5.a
25343   esoleld2.4.sri.5.b
25344   esoleld2.4.swi.1.a
25345   esoleld2.4.swi.1.b
25346   esoleld2.4.swi.1.c
25347   esoleld2.4.swi.2.a
25348   esoleld2.4.swi.2.b
25349   esoleld2.4.swi.2.c
25350   esoleld2.4.swi.3.a
25351   esoleld2.4.swi.3.b
25352   esoleld2.4.swi.3.c
25353   esoleld2.4.swi.3.d
25354   esoleld2.4.swi.3.e
25355   esoleld2.4.swi.3.f
25356   esoleld2.4.swi.3.g
25357   esoleld2.4.swi.3.h
25358   esoleld2.4.swi.4.a
25359   esoleld2.4.swi.4.b
25360   esoleld2.4.swi.4.c
25361   esoleld2.4.swi.4.d
25362   esoleld2.4.swi.4.e
25363   esoleld2.4.swi.4.f
25364   esoleld2.4.swi.4.g
25365   esoleld2.4.swi.4.h
25366   esoleld2.4.swi.4.i
25367   esoleld2.4.swi.4.j
25368   esoleld2.4.swi.4.k
25369   esoleld2.4.xyz.1.a
25370   esoleld2.4.xyz.1.b
25371   esoleld2.4.xyz.1.c
25372   esoleld2.4.xyz.1.d
25373   esoleld2.4.xyz.1.e
25374   esoleld2.4.xyz.1.f
25375   esoleld2.4.xyz.1.g
25376   esoleld2.4.xyz.1.h
25377   esoleld2.4.xyz.1.i
25378   esoleld2.2.zzz.1.z
25379   esoleld2.5.uf.1.a
25380   esoleld2.5.uf.1.b
25381   esoleld2.5.uf.1.c
25382   esoleld2.5.uf.1.d
25383   esoleld2.5.uf.1.e
25384   esoleld2.5.uf.1.f
25385   esoleld2.5.uf.1.g
25386   esoleld2.5.uf.1.h
25387   esoleld2.5.uf.1.i
25388   esoleld2.5.lsl.1.a
25389   esoleld2.5.lsl.1.b
25390   esoleld2.5.lsl.1.c
25391   esoleld2.5.lsl.1.d
25392   esoleld2.5.lsl.1.e
25393   esoleld2.5.lsl.1.f
25394   esoleld2.5.lsl.1.g
25395   esoleld2.5.lsl.1.h
25396   esoleld2.5.lsl.1.i
25397   esoleld2.5.lsl.1.j
25398   esoleld2.5.lsl.2.a
25399   esoleld2.5.lsl.2.b
25400   esoleld2.5.lsl.2.c
25401   esoleld2.5.lsl.2.d
25402   esoleld2.5.lsl.2.e
25403   esoleld2.5.lsl.2.f
25404   esoleld2.5.lsl.2.g
25405   esoleld2.5.lsl.3.a
25406   esoleld2.5.lsl.3.b
25407   esoleld2.5.lsl.3.c
25408   esoleld2.5.lsl.3.d
25409   esoleld2.5.lsl.3.e
25410   esoleld2.5.lsl.3.f
25411   esoleld2.5.lsl.3.g
25412   esoleld2.5.lsl.4.a
25413   esoleld2.5.lsl.4.b
25414   esoleld2.5.lsl.4.c
25415   esoleld2.5.lsl.4.d
25416   esoleld2.5.lsl.4.e
25417   esoleld2.5.lsl.5.a
25418   esoleld2.5.sri.1.a
25419   esoleld2.5.sri.1.b
25420   esoleld2.5.sri.1.c
25421   esoleld2.5.sri.2.a
25422   esoleld2.5.sri.2.b
25423   esoleld2.5.sri.2.c
25424   esoleld2.5.sri.2.d
25425   esoleld2.5.sri.2.e
25426   esoleld2.5.sri.2.f
25427   esoleld2.5.sri.3.a
25428   esoleld2.5.sri.3.b
25429   esoleld2.5.sri.3.c
25430   esoleld2.5.sri.3.d
25431   esoleld2.5.sri.3.e
25432   esoleld2.5.sri.3.f
25433   esoleld2.5.sri.3.g
25434   esoleld2.5.sri.4.a
25435   esoleld2.5.sri.4.b
25436   esoleld2.5.sri.4.c
25437   esoleld2.5.sri.4.d
25438   esoleld2.5.sri.4.e
25439   esoleld2.5.sri.4.f
25440   esoleld2.5.sri.4.g
25441   esoleld2.5.sri.5.a
25442   esoleld2.5.sri.5.b
25443   esoleld2.5.swi.1.a
25444   esoleld2.5.swi.1.b
25445   esoleld2.5.swi.1.c
25446   esoleld2.5.swi.2.a
25447   esoleld2.5.swi.2.b
25448   esoleld2.5.swi.2.c
25449   esoleld2.5.swi.3.a
25450   esoleld2.5.swi.3.b
25451   esoleld2.5.swi.3.c
25452   esoleld2.5.swi.3.d
25453   esoleld2.5.swi.3.e
25454   esoleld2.5.swi.3.f
25455   esoleld2.5.swi.3.g
25456   esoleld2.5.swi.4.a
25457   esoleld2.5.swi.4.b
25458   esoleld2.5.swi.4.c
25459   esoleld2.5.swi.4.d
25460   esoleld2.5.swi.4.e
25461   esoleld2.5.swi.4.f
25462   esoleld2.5.swi.4.g
25463   esoleld2.5.swi.4.h
25464   esoleld2.5.swi.4.i
25465   esoleld2.5.swi.4.j
25466   esoleld2.5.swi.4.k
25467   esoleld2.5.xyz.1.a
25468   esoleld2.5.xyz.1.b
25469   esoleld2.5.xyz.1.c
25470   esoleld2.5.xyz.1.d
25471   esoleld2.5.xyz.1.e
25472   esoleld2.5.xyz.1.f
25473   esoleld2.5.xyz.1.g
25474   esoleld2.5.xyz.1.h
25475   esoleld2.5.xyz.1.i
25476   esoleld2.2.zzz.1.z
25477   pesfl.1.1.a
25478   pesfl.1.1.b
25479   pesfl.1.1.c
25480   pesfl.1.1.d
25481   pesfl.1.1.e
25482   pesfl.1.2.a
25483   pesfl.1.2.b
25484   pesfl.1.3.a
25485   pesfl.1.3.b
25486   pesfl.1.4.a
25487   pesfl.1.4.b
25488   pesfl.1.4.c
25489   pesfl.1.4.d
25490   pesfl.1.5.a
25491   pesfl.1.5.b
25492   pesfl.1.5.c
25493   pesfl.1.5.d
25494   pesfl.1.6.a
25495   pesfl.1.6.b
25496   pesfl.2.1.a
25497   pesfl.2.1.b
25498   pesfl.2.1.c
25499   pesfl.2.1.d
25500   pesfl.2.1.e
25501   pesfl.2.2.a
25502   pesfl.2.2.b
25503   pesfl.2.3.a
25504   pesfl.2.3.b
25505   pesfl.2.4.a
25506   pesfl.2.4.b
25507   pesfl.2.4.c
25508   pesfl.2.4.d
25509   pesfl.2.5.a
25510   pesfl.2.5.b
25511   pesfl.2.5.c
25512   pesfl.2.5.d
25513   pesfl.2.6.a
25514   pesfl.2.6.b
25515   pesfl.3.1.a
25516   pesfl.3.1.b
25517   pesfl.3.1.c
25518   pesfl.3.1.d
25519   pesfl.3.1.e
25520   pesfl.3.2.a
25521   pesfl.3.2.b
25522   pesfl.3.3.a
25523   pesfl.3.3.b
25524   pesfl.3.4.a
25525   pesfl.3.4.b
25526   pesfl.3.4.c
25527   pesfl.3.4.d
25528   pesfl.3.5.a
25529   pesfl.3.5.b
25530   pesfl.3.5.c
25531   pesfl.3.5.d
25532   pesfl.3.6.a
25533   pesfl.3.6.b
25534   pesfl.4.1.a
25535   pesfl.4.1.b
25536   pesfl.4.1.c
25537   pesfl.4.1.d
25538   pesfl.4.1.e
25539   pesfl.4.2.a
25540   pesfl.4.2.b
25541   pesfl.4.3.a
25542   pesfl.4.3.b
25543   pesfl.4.4.a
25544   pesfl.4.4.b
25545   pesfl.4.4.c
25546   pesfl.4.4.d
25547   pesfl.4.5.a
25548   pesfl.4.5.b
25549   pesfl.4.5.c
25550   pesfl.4.5.d
25551   pesfl.4.6.a
25552   pesfl.4.6.b
25553   MT123.1.1.a
25554   MT123.1.1.b
25555   MT123.1.1.1.c
25556   MT123.1.1.1.d
25557   MT123.1.2.a
25558   MT123.1.2.b
25559   MT123.1.2.2.c
25560   MT123.1.3.a
25561   MT123.1.3.b
25562   MT123.1.3.c
25563   MT123.1.3.d
25564   MT123.1.4.a
25565   MT123.1.4.b
25566   MT123.2.1.a
25567   MT123.2.1.b
25568   MT123.2.1.c
25569   MT123.2.1.d
25570   MT123.3.1.a
25571   MT123.3.1.b
25572   MT123.3.1.c
25573   MT123.4.1.a
25574   MTI123.4.1.b
25575   MTI123.4.1.c
25576   MTI123.4.2.a
25577   MTI123.4.2.b
25578   MTI123.5.1.a
25579   MTI123.5.1.b
25580   MTI123.6.1.a
25581   MT123.6.1.b
25582   MT123.6.2.a
25583   MT123.6.2.b
25584   MT123.6.2.c
25585   MT123.6.3.a
25586   MT124.6.3.b
25587   MT123.6.3.c
25588   MT124.6.3.d
25589   MT123.7.1.a
25590   MT123.7.1.b
25591   MT123.7.2.a
25592   MT123.7.2.b
25593   MT123.7.2.c
25594   MT123.7.2.d
25595   MT123.7.2.e
25827   esol68b.3.sri.1.a
25828   esol68b.3.sri.1.b
25829   esol68b.3.sri.1.c
25848   esol68b.3.swi.1.a
25849   esol68b.1.swi.1.a
25850   esol68b.1.swi.1.a
25946   esol68b.4.swi.1.a
31224   esolintrohist.4.xyz.1.d
31225   esoleld2.2.zzz.1.z
31223   esolintrohist.4.xyz.1.c
31222   esolintrohist.4.xyz.1.b
31221   esolintrohist.4.xyz.1.a
31220   esolintrohist.4.swi.4.f
31219   esolintrohist.4.swi.4.e
31218   esolintrohist.4.swi.4.d
31217   esolintrohist.4.swi.4.c
31216   esolintrohist.4.swi.4.b
31215   esolintrohist.4.swi.4.a
31214   esolintrohist.4.swi.3.g
31213   esolintrohist.4.swi.3.f
31212   esolintrohist.4.swi.3.e
31211   esolintrohist.4.swi.3.c
31209   esolintrohist.4.swi.3.a
31210   esolintrohist.4.swi.3.b
30965   esolintrohist.2.sri.2.a
30964   esolintrohist.2.sri.1.c
30963   esolintrohist.2.sri.1.b
30962   esolintrohist.2.sri.1.a
30875   esolintrohist.1.sri.1.a
30874   esolintrohist.1.lsl.5.b
30873   esolintrohist.1.lsl.5.a
30872   esolintrohist.1.lsl.3.b
30871   esolintrohist.1.lsl.3.a
26222   esol68b.7.lsl.4.d
26223   esol68b.7.lsl.4.c
26224   esol68b.7.lsl.4.d
30870   esolintrohist.1.lsl.2.d
30866   esolintrohist.1.lsl.1.e
30865   esolintrohist.1.lsl.1.d
30864   esolintrohist.1.lsl.1.c
30863   esolintrohist.1.lsl.1.b
30862   esolintrohist.1.lsl.1.a
30861   esolintrohist.1.co.e.1.g
30860   esolintrohist.1.co.e.1.f
30859   esolintrohist.1.co.e.1.e
30858   esolintrohist.1.co.e.1.d
30857   esolintrohist.1.co.e.1.c
30856   esolintrohist.1.co.e.1.b
30855   esolintrohist.1.co.e.1.a
30854   esolintrohist.1.co.d.1.c
30853   esolintrohist.1.co.d.1.b
30852   esolintrohist.1.co.d.1.a
30851   esolintrohist.1.co.c.1.e
30850   esolintrohist.1.co.c.1.d
30849   esolintrohist.1.co.c.1.c
30848   esolintrohist.1.co.c.1.b
30847   esolintrohist.1.co.c.1.a
30846   esolintrohist.1.co.b.1.c
30845   esolintrohist.1.co.b.1.b
30844   esolintrohist.1.co.b.1.a
30843   esolintrohist.1.co.a.1.c
30842   esolintrohist.1.co.a.1.b
30841   esolintrohist.1.co.a.1.a
30948   esolintrohist.2.lsl.2.e
30947   esolintrohist.2.lsl.2.d
30946   esolintrohist.2.lsl.2.c
31150   esolintrohist.4.lsl.2.h
31149   esolintrohist.4.lsl.2.f
31148   esolintrohist.4.lsl.2.e
31147   esolintrohist.4.lsl.2.d
31146   esolintrohist.4.lsl.2.c
31144   esolintrohist.4.lsl.2.a
31145   esolintrohist.4.lsl.2.b
31143   esolintrohist.4.lsl.1.g
31142   esolintrohist.4.lsl.1.f
31141   esolintrohist.4.lsl.1.e
31140   esolintrohist.4.lsl.1.d
31139   esolintrohist.4.lsl.1.c
31246   eng7.2.2.I
31245   elss.2.4.4
31244   elss.2.4.3
31243   elss.2.4.2
31242   elss.2.4.1
31241   elss.2.3.5
31240   elss.2.3.4
31239   elss.2.3.3
31238   elss.2.3.2
31237   elss.2.3.1
31236   elss.2.2.5
31235   elss.2.2.4
31234   elss.2.2.3
31233   elss.2.2.2
31232   elss.2.2.1
31231   elss.2.1.6
31230   elss.2.1.5
31229   elss.2.1.4
31228   elss.2.1.3
31227   elss.2.1.2
31226   elss.2.1.1
26525   esol68b.1.uf.1.a
26526   esol68b.1.uf.1.b
26527   esol68b.1.uf.1.c
26528   esol68b.1.uf.1.d
26529   esol68b.1.uf.1.e
26531   esol68b.1.lsl.1.a
26532   esol68b.1.lsl.1.b
26533   esol68b.1.lsl.1.c
26534   esol68b.1.lsl.1.d
26535   esol68b.1.lsl.1.e
26536   esol68b.1.lsl.1.f
26537   esol68b.1.lsl.1.g
26538   esol68b.1.lsl.2.a
26539   esol68b.1.lsl.2.b
26540   esol68b.1.lsl.2.c
26541   esol68b.1.lsl.3.a
26542   esol68b.1.lsl.3.b
26543   esol68b.1.lsl.3.c
26544   esol68b.1.lsl.4.a
26545   esol68b.1.lsl.4.b
26546   esol68b.1.lsl.5.a
26547   esol68b.1.lsl.5.b
26548   esol68b.1.lsl.5.c
26549   esol68b.1.lsl.5.d
26550   esol68b.1.lsl.5.e
26551   esol68b.1.sri.1.a
26552   esol68b.1.sri.1.b
26553   esol68b.1.sri.2.a
26554   esol68b.1.sri.2.b
26555   esol68b.1.sri.2.c
26556   esol68b.1.sri.2.d
26557   esol68b.1.sri.2.e
26558   esol68b.1.sri.2.f
26559   esol68b.1.sri.2.g
26560   esol68b.1.sri.3.a
26561   esol68b.1.sri.3.b
26562   esol68b.1.sri.4.a
26563   esol68b.1.sri.4.b
26564   esol68b.1.sri.4.c
26565   esol68b.1.sri.4.d
26566   esol68b.1.sri.4.e
26567   esol68b.1.sri.4.f
26568   esol68b.1.sri.4.g
26569   esol68b.1.sri.4.h
26570   esol68b.1.sri.5.a
26571   esol68b.1.sri.5.b
26572   esol68b.1.sri.6.a
26574   esol68b.1.swi.2.a
26575   esol68b.1.swi.2.b
26576   esol68b.1.swi.2.c
26577   esol68b.1.swi.2.d
26578   esol68b.1.swi.3.a
26579   esol68b.1.swi.3.b
26580   esol68b.1.swi.3.c
26581   esol68b.1.swi.4.a
26582   esol68b.1.swi.4.b
26583   esol68b.1.swi.4.c
26584   esol68b.1.swi.4.d
26585   esol68b.1.swi.4.e
26586   esol68b.1.swi.4.f
26587   esol68b.1.swi.5.a
26588   esol68b.1.swi.5.b
26589   esol68b.1.swi.5.c
26590   esol68b.1.swi.5.d
26591   esol68b.1.swi.5.e
26592   esol68b.1.swi.5.f
26593   esol68b.1.swi.5.g
26594   esol68b.1.swi.5.h
26595   esol68b.1.swi.5.i
26596   esol68b.1.swi.5.j
26597   esol68b.1.swi.5.k
26598   esol68b.1.swi.6.a
26599   esol68b.1.swi.6.b
26600   esol68b.1.swi.6.c
26601   esol68b.1.swi.6.d
26602   esol68b.1.swi.6.e
26603   esol68b.1.swi.6.f
26604   esol68b.1.swi.6.g
26605   esol68b.1.swi.6.h
26606   esol68b.1.swi.6.i
26607   esol68b.1.lss.1.a
26608   esol68b.1.lss.1.b
26609   esol68b.1.lss.1.c
26610   esol68b.1.lss.1.d
26611   esol68b.1.lss.1.e
26612   esol68b.1.lss.1.f
26614   esol68b.2.uf.1.a
26615   esol68b.2.uf.1.b
26616   esol68b.2.uf.1.c
26617   esol68b.2.uf.1.d
26618   esol68b.2.uf.1.e
26619   esol68b.2.uf.1.f
26620   esol68b.2.uf.1.g
26621   esol68b.2.uf.1.h
26622   esol68b.2.lsl.1.a
26623   esol68b.2.lsl.1.b
26624   esol68b.2.lsl.1.c
26625   esol68b.2.lsl.1.d
26626   esol68b.2.lsl.1.e
26627   esol68b.2.lsl.1.f
26628   esol68b.2.lsl.2.a
26629   esol68b.2.lsl.2.b
26630   esol68b.2.lsl.2.c
26631   esol68b.2.lsl.2.d
26632   esol68b.2.lsl.2.e
26633   esol68b.2.lsl.2.f
26634   esol68b.2.lsl.3.a
26635   esol68b.2.lsl.3.b
26636   esol68b.2.lsl.3.c
26637   esol68b.2.lsl.3.d
26638   esol68b.2.lsl.3.e
26639   esol68b.2.lsl.3.f
26640   esol68b.2.lsl.3.g
26641   esol68b.2.lsl.4.a
26642   esol68b.2.lsl.4.b
26643   esol68b.2.lsl.4.c
26644   esol68b.2.lsl.5.a
26645   esol68b.2.lsl.5.b
26646   esol68b.2.lsl.5.c
26647   esol68b.2.lsl.5.d
26648   esol68b.2.lsl.5.e
26649   esol68b.2.lsl.5.f
26650   esol68b.2.sri.1.a
26651   esol68b.2.sri.1.b
26652   esol68b.2.sri.2.a
26653   esol68b.2.sri.2.b
26654   esol68b.2.sri.2.c
26655   esol68b.2.sri.2.d
26656   esol68b.2.sri.2.e
26657   esol68b.2.sri.2.f
26658   esol68b.2.sri.3.a
26659   esol68b.2.sri.3.b
26660   esol68b.2.sri.3.c
26661   esol68b.2.sri.4.a
26662   esol68b.2.sri.4.b
26663   esol68b.2.sri.4.c
26664   esol68b.2.sri.4.d
26665   esol68b.2.sri.4.e
26666   esol68b.2.sri.4.f
26667   esol68b.2.sri.4.g
26668   esol68b.2.sri.4.h
26669   esol68b.2.sri.4.i
26670   esol68b.2.sri.5.a
26671   esol68b.2.sri.5.b
26672   esol68b.2.sri.6.a
26673   esol68b.2.sri.6.b
26674   esol68b.2.swi.1.a
26675   esol68b.2.swi.2.a
26676   esol68b.2.swi.2.b
26677   esol68b.2.swi.2.c
26678   esol68b.2.swi.3.a
26679   esol68b.2.swi.3.b
26680   esol68b.2.swi.3.c
26681   esol68b.2.swi.4.a
26682   esol68b.2.swi.4.b
26683   esol68b.2.swi.4.c
26684   esol68b.2.swi.4.d
26685   esol68b.2.swi.4.e
26686   esol68b.2.swi.5.a
26687   esol68b.2.swi.5.b
26688   esol68b.2.swi.5.c
26689   esol68b.2.swi.5.d
26690   esol68b.2.swi.5.e
26691   esol68b.2.swi.5.f
26692   esol68b.2.swi.5.g
26693   esol68b.2.swi.5.h
26694   esol68b.2.swi.5.i
26695   esol68b.2.swi.5.j
26696   esol68b.2.swi.5.k
26697   esol68b.2.swi.6.a
26698   esol68b.2.swi.6.b
26699   esol68b.2.swi.6.c
26700   esol68b.2.swi.6.d
26701   esol68b.2.swi.6.e
26702   esol68b.2.swi.6.f
26703   esol68b.2.swi.6.g
26704   esol68b.2.swi.6.h
26705   esol68b.2.swi.6.i
26706   esol68b.2.lss.1.a
26707   esol68b.2.lss.1.b
26708   esol68b.2.lss.1.c
26709   esol68b.2.lss.1.d
26710   esol68b.2.lss.1.e
26711   esol68b.2.lss.1.f
26712   esol68b.2.zzz.1.z
26713   esol68b.3.uf.1.a
26714   esol68b.3.uf.1.b
26715   esol68b.3.uf.1.c
26716   esol68b.3.uf.1.d
26717   esol68b.3.uf.1.e
26718   esol68b.3.uf.1.f
26719   esol68b.3.uf.1.g
26720   esol68b.3.uf.1.h
26721   esol68b.3.uf.1.i
26722   esol68b.3.uf.1.j
26723   esol68b.3.uf.1.k
26724   esol68b.3.lsl.1.a
26725   esol68b.3.lsl.1.b
26726   esol68b.3.lsl.1.c
26727   esol68b.3.lsl.1.d
26728   esol68b.3.lsl.1.e
26729   esol68b.3.lsl.1.f
26730   esol68b.3.lsl.1.g
26731   esol68b.3.lsl.1.h
26732   esol68b.3.lsl.1.i
26733   esol68b.3.lsl.2.a
26734   esol68b.3.lsl.2.b
26735   esol68b.3.lsl.2.c
26736   esol68b.3.lsl.2.d
26737   esol68b.3.lsl.2.e
26738   esol68b.3.lsl.2.f
26739   esol68b.3.lsl.2.g
26740   esol68b.3.lsl.3.a
26741   esol68b.3.lsl.3.b
26742   esol68b.3.lsl.3.c
26743   esol68b.3.lsl.3.d
26744   esol68b.3.lsl.3.e
26745   esol68b.3.lsl.3.f
26746   esol68b.3.lsl.3.g
26747   esol68b.3.lsl.3.h
26748   esol68b.3.lsl.3.i
26749   esol68b.3.lsl.4.a
26750   esol68b.3.lsl.4.b
26751   esol68b.3.lsl.4.c
26752   esol68b.3.lsl.4.d
26753   esol68b.3.lsl.5.a
26754   esol68b.3.lsl.5.b
26755   esol68b.3.lsl.5.c
26756   esol68b.3.sri.1.a
26757   esol68b.3.sri.1.b
26758   esol68b.3.sri.1.c
26759   esol68b.3.sri.2.a
26760   esol68b.3.sri.2.b
26761   esol68b.3.sri.2.c
26762   esol68b.3.sri.2.d
26763   esol68b.3.sri.2.e
26764   esol68b.3.sri.2.f
26765   esol68b.3.sri.3.a
26766   esol68b.3.sri.3.b
26767   esol68b.3.sri.3.c
26768   esol68b.3.sri.4.a
26769   esol68b.3.sri.4.b
26770   esol68b.3.sri.4.c
26771   esol68b.3.sri.4.d
26772   esol68b.3.sri.4.e
26773   esol68b.3.sri.5.a
26774   esol68b.3.sri.5.b
26775   esol68b.3.sri.6.a
26776   esol68b.3.sri.6.b
26777   esol68b.3.swi.1.a
26780   esol68b.3.swi.2.a
26781   esol68b.3.swi.2.b
26782   esol68b.3.swi.2.c
26783   esol68b.3.swi.3.a
26784   esol68b.3.swi.3.b
26785   esol68b.3.swi.3.c
26786   esol68b.3.swi.4.a
26787   esol68b.3.swi.4.b
26788   esol68b.3.swi.4.c
26789   esol68b.3.swi.4.d
26790   esol68b.3.swi.4.e
26791   esol68b.3.swi.4.f
26792   esol68b.3.swi.4.g
26793   esol68b.3.swi.4.h
26794   esol68b.3.swi.5.a
26795   esol68b.3.swi.5.b
26796   esol68b.3.swi.5.c
26797   esol68b.3.swi.5.d
26798   esol68b.3.swi.5.e
26799   esol68b.3.swi.5.f
26800   esol68b.3.swi.5.g
26801   esol68b.3.swi.5.h
26802   esol68b.3.swi.5.i
26803   esol68b.3.swi.5.j
26804   esol68b.3.swi.5.k
26805   esol68b.3.swi.6.a
26806   esol68b.3.swi.6.b
26807   esol68b.3.swi.6.c
26808   esol68b.3.swi.6.d
26809   esol68b.3.swi.6.e
26810   esol68b.3.swi.6.f
26811   esol68b.3.swi.6.g
26812   esol68b.3.swi.6.h
26813   esol68b.3.swi.6.i
26814   esol68b.3.lss.1.a
26815   esol68b.3.lss.1.b
26816   esol68b.3.lss.1.c
26817   esol68b.3.lss.1.d
26818   esol68b.3.lss.1.e
26819   esol68b.3.lss.1.f
26820   esol68b.3.lss.1.g
26821   esol68b.3.lss.1.h
26822   esol68b.3.zzz.1.z
26823   esol68b.4.uf.1.a
26824   esol68b.4.uf.1.b
26825   esol68b.4.uf.1.c
26826   esol68b.4.uf.1.d
26827   esol68b.4.uf.1.e
26828   esol68b.4.uf.1.f
26829   esol68b.4.uf.1.g
26830   esol68b.4.uf.1.h
26831   esol68b.4.uf.1.i
26832   esol68b.4.lsl.1.a
26833   esol68b.4.lsl.1.b
26834   esol68b.4.lsl.1.c
26835   esol68b.4.lsl.1.d
26836   esol68b.4.lsl.1.e
26837   esol68b.4.lsl.1.f
26838   esol68b.4.lsl.2.a
26839   esol68b.4.lsl.2.b
26840   esol68b.4.lsl.2.c
26841   esol68b.4.lsl.2.d
26842   esol68b.4.lsl.2.e
26843   esol68b.4.lsl.2.f
26844   esol68b.4.lsl.3.a
26845   esol68b.4.lsl.3.b
26846   esol68b.4.lsl.3.c
26847   esol68b.4.lsl.3.d
26848   esol68b.4.lsl.3.e
26849   esol68b.4.lsl.3.f
26850   esol68b.4.lsl.4.a
26851   esol68b.4.lsl.4.b
26852   esol68b.4.lsl.4.c
26853   esol68b.4.lsl.4.d
26854   esol68b.4.lsl.5.a
26855   esol68b.4.lsl.5.b
26856   esol68b.4.sri.1.a
26857   esol68b.4.sri.1.b
26858   esol68b.4.sri.1.c
26859   esol68b.4.sri.2.a
26860   esol68b.4.sri.2.b
26861   esol68b.4.sri.2.c
26862   esol68b.4.sri.2.d
26863   esol68b.4.sri.2.e
26864   esol68b.4.sri.2.f
26865   esol68b.4.sri.3.a
26866   esol68b.4.sri.3.b
26867   esol68b.4.sri.4.a
26868   esol68b.4.sri.4.b
26869   esol68b.4.sri.4.c
26870   esol68b.4.sri.4.d
26871   esol68b.4.sri.5.a
26872   esol68b.4.sri.5.b
26873   esol68b.4.sri.6.a
26874   esol68b.4.sri.6.b
26875   esol68b.4.swi.1.a
26877   esol68b.4.swi.2.a
26878   esol68b.4.swi.2.b
26879   esol68b.4.swi.2.c
26880   esol68b.4.swi.3.a
26881   esol68b.4.swi.3.b
26882   esol68b.4.swi.3.c
26883   esol68b.4.swi.4.a
26884   esol68b.4.swi.4.b
26885   esol68b.4.swi.4.c
26886   esol68b.4.swi.4.d
26887   esol68b.4.swi.4.e
26888   esol68b.4.swi.4.f
26889   esol68b.4.swi.4.g
26890   esol68b.4.swi.4.h
26891   esol68b.4.swi.5.a
26892   esol68b.4.swi.5.b
26893   esol68b.4.swi.5.c
26894   esol68b.4.swi.5.d
26895   esol68b.4.swi.5.e
26896   esol68b.4.swi.5.f
26897   esol68b.4.swi.5.g
26898   esol68b.4.swi.5.h
26899   esol68b.4.swi.5.i
26900   esol68b.4.swi.5.j
26901   esol68b.4.swi.5.k
26902   esol68b.4.swi.6.a
26903   esol68b.4.swi.6.b
26904   esol68b.4.swi.6.c
26905   esol68b.4.swi.6.d
26906   esol68b.4.swi.6.e
26907   esol68b.4.swi.6.f
26908   esol68b.4.swi.6.g
26909   esol68b.4.swi.6.h
26910   esol68b.4.swi.6.i
26911   esol68b.4.lss.1.a
26912   esol68b.4.lss.1.b
26913   esol68b.4.lss.1.c
26914   esol68b.4.lss.1.d
26915   esol68b.4.lss.1.e
26916   esol68b.4.lss.1.f
26917   esol68b.4.lss.1.g
26918   esol68b.4.zzz.1.z
26919   esol68b.5.uf.1.a
26920   esol68b.5.uf.1.b
26921   esol68b.5.uf.1.c
26922   esol68b.5.uf.1.d
26923   esol68b.5.uf.1.e
26924   esol68b.5.uf.1.f
26925   esol68b.5.uf.1.g
26926   esol68b.5.uf.1.h
26927   esol68b.5.uf.1.i
26928   esol68b.5.uf.1.j
26929   esol68b.5.lsl.1.a
26930   esol68b.5.lsl.1.b
26931   esol68b.5.lsl.1.c
26932   esol68b.5.lsl.1.d
26933   esol68b.5.lsl.1.e
26934   esol68b.5.lsl.2.a
26935   esol68b.5.lsl.2.b
26936   esol68b.5.lsl.2.c
26937   esol68b.5.lsl.2.d
26938   esol68b.5.lsl.2.e
26939   esol68b.5.lsl.2.f
26940   esol68b.5.lsl.3.a
26941   esol68b.5.lsl.3.b
26942   esol68b.5.lsl.3.c
26943   esol68b.5.lsl.3.d
26944   esol68b.5.lsl.3.e
26945   esol68b.5.lsl.4.a
26946   esol68b.5.lsl.4.b
26947   esol68b.5.lsl.4.c
26948   esol68b.5.lsl.4.d
26949   esol68b.5.lsl.5.a
26950   esol68b.5.lsl.5.b
26951   esol68b.5.sri.1.a
26952   esol68b.5.sri.1.b
26953   esol68b.5.sri.1.c
26954   esol68b.5.sri.2.a
26955   esol68b.5.sri.2.b
26956   esol68b.5.sri.2.c
26957   esol68b.5.sri.2.d
26958   esol68b.5.sri.2.e
26959   esol68b.5.sri.2.f
26960   esol68b.5.sri.3.a
26961   esol68b.5.sri.3.b
26962   esol68b.5.sri.3.c
26963   esol68b.5.sri.3.d
26964   esol68b.5.sri.4.a
26965   esol68b.5.sri.4.b
26966   esol68b.5.sri.4.c
26967   esol68b.5.sri.4.d
26968   esol68b.5.sri.5.a
26969   esol68b.5.sri.5.b
26970   esol68b.5.sri.6.a
26971   esol68b.5.sri.6.b
26972   esol68b.5.sri.6.c
26973   esol68b.5.swi.1.a
26974   esol68b.5.swi.1.c
26975   esol68b.5.swi.2.a
26976   esol68b.5.swi.2.b
26977   esol68b.5.swi.2.c
26978   esol68b.5.swi.2.d
26979   esol68b.5.swi.2.e
26980   esol68b.5.swi.3.a
26981   esol68b.5.swi.3.b
26982   esol68b.5.swi.3.c
26983   esol68b.5.swi.4.a
26984   esol68b.5.swi.4.b
26985   esol68b.5.swi.4.c
26986   esol68b.5.swi.4.d
26987   esol68b.5.swi.4.e
26988   esol68b.5.swi.4.f
26989   esol68b.5.swi.4.g
26990   esol68b.5.swi.5.a
26991   esol68b.5.swi.5.b
26992   esol68b.5.swi.5.c
26993   esol68b.5.swi.5.d
26994   esol68b.5.swi.5.e
26995   esol68b.5.swi.5.f
26996   esol68b.5.swi.5.g
26997   esol68b.5.swi.5.h
26998   esol68b.5.swi.5.i
26999   esol68b.5.swi.5.j
27000   esol68b.5.swi.5.k
27001   esol68b.5.swi.6.a
27002   esol68b.5.swi.6.b
27003   esol68b.5.swi.6.c
27004   esol68b.5.swi.6.d
27005   esol68b.5.swi.6.e
27006   esol68b.5.swi.6.f
27007   esol68b.5.swi.6.g
27008   esol68b.5.swi.6.h
27009   esol68b.5.swi.6.i
27010   esol68b.5.lss.1.a
27011   esol68b.5.lss.1.b
27012   esol68b.5.lss.1.c
27013   esol68b.5.lss.1.d
27014   esol68b.5.lss.1.e
27015   esol68b.5.lss.1.f
27016   esol68b.5.zzz.1.z
27017   esol68b.6.uf.1.a
27018   esol68b.6.uf.1.b
27019   esol68b.6.uf.1.c
27020   esol68b.6.uf.1.d
27021   esol68b.6.uf.1.e
27022   esol68b.6.uf.1.f
27023   esol68b.6.uf.1.g
27024   esol68b.6.uf.1.h
27025   esol68b.6.uf.1.I
27026   esol68b.6.uf.1.j
27027   esol68b.6.uf.1.k
27028   esol68b.6.lsl.1.a
27029   esol68b.6.lsl.1.b
27030   esol68b.6.lsl.1.c
27031   esol68b.6.lsl.1.d
27032   esol68b.6.lsl.1.e
27033   esol68b.6.lsl.2.a
27034   esol68b.6.lsl.2.b
27035   esol68b.6.lsl.2.c
27036   esol68b.6.lsl.2.d
27037   esol68b.6.lsl.2.e
27038   esol68b.6.lsl.2.f
27039   esol68b.6.lsl.3.a
27040   esol68b.6.lsl.3.b
27041   esol68b.6.lsl.3.c
27042   esol68b.6.lsl.3.d
27043   esol68b.6.lsl.3.e
27044   esol68b.6.lsl.3.f
27045   esol68b.6.lsl.3.g
27046   esol68b.6.lsl.4.a
27047   esol68b.6.lsl.4.b
27048   esol68b.6.lsl.4.c
27049   esol68b.6.lsl.4.d
27050   esol68b.6.lsl.4.e
27051   esol68b.6.lsl.5.a
27052   esol68b.6.lsl.5.b
27053   esol68b.6.sri.1.a
27054   esol68b.6.sri.1.b
27055   esol68b.6.sri.1.c
27056   esol68b.6.sri.2.a
27057   esol68b.6.sri.2.b
27058   esol68b.6.sri.2.c
27059   esol68b.6.sri.2.d
27060   esol68b.6.sri.2.e
27061   esol68b.6.sri.2.f
27062   esol68b.6.sri.3.a
27063   esol68b.6.sri.3.b
27064   esol68b.6.sri.3.c
27065   esol68b.6.sri.3.d
27066   esol68b.6.sri.4.a
27067   esol68b.6.sri.4.b
27068   esol68b.6.sri.4.c
27069   esol68b.6.sri.4.d
27070   esol68b.6.sri.4.e
27071   esol68b.6.sri.4.f
27072   esol68b.6.sri.4.g
27073   esol68b.6.sri.5.a
27074   esol68b.6.sri.5.b
27075   esol68b.6.sri.6.a
27076   esol68b.6.swi.1.a
27077   esol68b.6.swi.1.b
27078   esol68b.6.swi.2.a
27079   esol68b.6.swi.2.b
27080   esol68b.6.swi.2.c
27081   esol68b.6.swi.2.d
27082   esol68b.6.swi.2.e
27083   esol68b.6.swi.3.a
27084   esol68b.6.swi.3.b
27085   esol68b.6.swi.3.c
27086   esol68b.6.swi.4.a
27087   esol68b.6.swi.4.b
27088   esol68b.6.swi.4.c
27089   esol68b.6.swi.4.d
27090   esol68b.6.swi.4.e
27091   esol68b.6.swi.4.f
27092   esol68b.6.swi.4.g
27093   esol68b.6.swi.5.a
27094   esol68b.6.swi.5.b
27095   esol68b.6.swi.5.c
27096   esol68b.6.swi.5.d
27097   esol68b.6.swi.5.e
27098   esol68b.6.swi.5.f
27099   esol68b.6.swi.5.g
27100   esol68b.6.swi.5.h
27101   esol68b.6.swi.5.i
27102   esol68b.6.swi.5.j
27103   esol68b.6.swi.5.k
27104   esol68b.6.swi.6.a
27105   esol68b.6.swi.6.b
27106   esol68b.6.swi.6.c
27107   esol68b.6.swi.6.d
27108   esol68b.6.swi.6.e
27109   esol68b.6.swi.6.f
27110   esol68b.6.swi.6.g
27111   esol68b.6.swi.6.h
27112   esol68b.6.swi.6.i
27113   esol68b.6.lss.1.a
27114   esol68b.6.lss.1.b
27115   esol68b.6.lss.1.c
27116   esol68b.6.lss.1.d
27117   esol68b.6.lss.1.e
27118   esol68b.6.lss.1.f
27119   esol68b.6.lss.1.g
27120   esol68b.6.lss.1.h
27121   esol68b.6.zzz.1.z
27122   esol68b.7.uf.1.a
27123   esol68b.7.uf.1.b
27124   esol68b.7.uf.1.c
27125   esol68b.7.uf.1.d
27126   esol68b.7.uf.1.e
27127   esol68b.7.uf.1.f
27128   esol68b.7.uf.1.g
27129   esol68b.7.uf.1.h
27130   esol68b.7.uf.1.k
27131   esol68b.7.lsl.1.a
27132   esol68b.7.lsl.1.b
27133   esol68b.7.lsl.1.c
27134   esol68b.7.lsl.1.d
27135   esol68b.7.lsl.1.e
27136   esol68b.7.lsl.1.f
27137   esol68b.7.lsl.2.a
27138   esol68b.7.lsl.2.b
27139   esol68b.7.lsl.2.c
27140   esol68b.7.lsl.2.d
27141   esol68b.7.lsl.2.e
27142   esol68b.7.lsl.3.a
27143   esol68b.7.lsl.3.b
27144   esol68b.7.lsl.3.c
27145   esol68b.7.lsl.3.d
27146   esol68b.7.lsl.3.e
27147   esol68b.7.lsl.3.f
27148   esol68b.7.lsl.4.a
27149   esol68b.7.lsl.4.b
27150   esol68b.7.lsl.4.c
30869   esolintrohist.1.lsl.2.c
30868   esolintrohist.1.lsl.2.b
30867   esolintrohist.1.lsl.2.a
27154   esol68b.7.lsl.4.e
27155   esol68b.7.lsl.5.a
27156   esol68b.7.lsl.5.b
27157   esol68b.7.lsl.5.b
27158   esol68b.7.sri.1.a
27159   esol68b.7.sri.1.b
27160   esol68b.7.sri.1.c
27161   esol68b.7.sri.1.d
27162   esol68b.7.sri.2.a
27163   esol68b.7.sri.2.b
27164   esol68b.7.sri.2.c
27165   esol68b.7.sri.2.d
27166   esol68b.7.sri.2.e
27167   esol68b.7.sri.2.f
27168   esol68b.7.sri.2.g
27169   esol68b.7.sri.3.a
27170   esol68b.7.sri.3.b
27171   esol68b.7.sri.3.c
27172   esol68b.7.sri.3.d
27173   esol68b.7.sri.3.e
27174   esol68b.7.sri.3.f
27175   esol68b.7.sri.4.a
27176   esol68b.7.sri.4.b
27177   esol68b.7.sri.4.c
27178   esol68b.7.sri.4.d
27179   esol68b.7.sri.4.e
27180   esol68b.7.sri.4.f
27181   esol68b.7.sri.4.g
27182   esol68b.7.sri.4.h
27183   esol68b.7.sri.4.i
27184   esol68b.7.sri.5.a
27185   esol68b.7.sri.5.b
27186   esol68b.7.sri.6.a
27187   esol68b.7.sri.6.b
27188   esol68b.7.swi.1.a
27189   esol68b.7.swi.1.b
27190   esol68b.7.swi.1.c
27191   esol68b.7.swi.2.a
27192   esol68b.7.swi.2.b
27193   esol68b.7.swi.2.c
27194   esol68b.7.swi.2.d
27195   esol68b.7.swi.3.a
27196   esol68b.7.swi.3.b
27197   esol68b.7.swi.3.c
27198   esol68b.7.swi.4.a
27199   esol68b.7.swi.4.b
27200   esol68b.7.swi.4.c
27201   esol68b.7.swi.4.d
27202   esol68b.7.swi.4.e
27203   esol68b.7.swi.4.f
27204   esol68b.7.swi.5.a
27205   esol68b.7.swi.5.b
27206   esol68b.7.swi.5.c
27207   esol68b.7.swi.5.d
27208   esol68b.7.swi.5.e
27209   esol68b.7.swi.5.f
27210   esol68b.7.swi.5.g
27211   esol68b.7.swi.5.h
27212   esol68b.7.swi.5.i
27213   esol68b.7.swi.5.j
27214   esol68b.7.swi.5.k
27215   esol68b.7.swi.6.a
27216   esol68b.7.swi.6.b
27217   esol68b.7.swi.6.c
27218   esol68b.7.swi.6.d
27219   esol68b.7.swi.6.e
27220   esol68b.7.swi.6.f
27221   esol68b.7.swi.6.g
27222   esol68b.7.swi.6.h
27223   esol68b.7.swi.6.i
27224   esol68b.7.lss.1.a
27225   esol68b.7.lss.1.b
27226   esol68b.7.lss.1.c
27227   esol68b.7.lss.1.d
27228   esol68b.7.lss.1.e
27229   esol68b.7.lss.1.f
27230   esol68b.7.lss.1.g
27231   esol68b.7.zzz.1.z
27232   esol68b.8.uf.1.a
27233   esol68b.8.uf.1.b
27234   esol68b.8.uf.1.c
27235   esol68b.8.uf.1.d
27236   esol68b.8.uf.1.e
27237   esol68b.8.uf.1.f
27238   esol68b.8.uf.1.g
27239   esol68b.8.uf.1.h
27240   esol68b.8.uf.1.k
27241   esol68b.8.lsl.1.a
27242   esol68b.8.lsl.1.b
27243   esol68b.8.lsl.1.c
27244   esol68b.8.lsl.1.d
27245   esol68b.8.lsl.1.e
27246   esol68b.8.lsl.1.f
27247   esol68b.8.lsl.2.a
27248   esol68b.8.lsl.2.b
27249   esol68b.8.lsl.2.c
27250   esol68b.8.lsl.2.d
27251   esol68b.8.lsl.2.e
27252   esol68b.8.lsl.2.f
27253   esol68b.8.lsl.3.a
27254   esol68b.8.lsl.3.b
27255   esol68b.8.lsl.3.c
27256   esol68b.8.lsl.3.d
27257   esol68b.8.lsl.3.e
27258   esol68b.8.lsl.3.f
27259   esol68b.8.lsl.3.g
27260   esol68b.8.lsl.3.h
27261   esol68b.8.lsl.3.i
27262   esol68b.8.lsl.4.a
27263   esol68b.8.lsl.4.b
27264   esol68b.8.lsl.4.c
27265   esol68b.8.lsl.4.d
27266   esol68b.8.lsl.4.c
27267   esol68b.8.lsl.4.d
27268   esol68b.8.lsl.4.e
27269   esol68b.8.lsl.5.a
27270   esol68b.8.lsl.5.b
27271   esol68b.8.lsl.5.c
27272   esol68b.8.lsl.5.d
27273   esol68b.8.lsl.5.e
27274   esol68b.8.sri.1.a
27275   esol68b.8.sri.1.b
27276   esol68b.8.sri.1.c
27277   esol68b.8.sri.2.a
27278   esol68b.8.sri.2.b
27279   esol68b.8.sri.2.c
27280   esol68b.8.sri.2.d
27281   esol68b.8.sri.2.e
27282   esol68b.8.sri.2.f
27283   esol68b.8.sri.3.a
27284   esol68b.8.sri.3.b
27285   esol68b.8.sri.3.c
27286   esol68b.8.sri.4.a
27287   esol68b.8.sri.4.b
27288   esol68b.8.sri.4.c
27289   esol68b.8.sri.4.d
27290   esol68b.8.sri.4.e
27291   esol68b.8.sri.5.a
27292   esol68b.8.sri.5.b
27293   esol68b.8.sri.6.a
27294   esol68b.8.sri.6.b
27295   esol68b.8.sri.6.c
27296   esol68b.8.swi.1.a
27297   esol68b.8.swi.1.b
27298   esol68b.8.swi.1.c
27299   esol68b.8.swi.2.a
27300   esol68b.8.swi.2.b
27301   esol68b.8.swi.2.c
27302   esol68b.8.swi.2.d
27303   esol68b.8.swi.3.a
27304   esol68b.8.swi.3.b
27305   esol68b.8.swi.3.c
27306   esol68b.8.swi.4.a
27307   esol68b.8.swi.4.b
27308   esol68b.8.swi.4.c
27309   esol68b.8.swi.4.d
27310   esol68b.8.swi.4.e
27311   esol68b.8.swi.4.f
27312   esol68b.8.swi.4.g
27313   esol68b.8.swi.5.a
27314   esol68b.8.swi.5.b
27315   esol68b.8.swi.5.c
27316   esol68b.8.swi.5.d
27317   esol68b.8.swi.5.e
27318   esol68b.8.swi.5.f
27319   esol68b.8.swi.5.g
27320   esol68b.8.swi.5.h
27321   esol68b.8.swi.5.i
27322   esol68b.8.swi.5.j
27323   esol68b.8.swi.5.k
27324   esol68b.8.swi.6.a
27325   esol68b.8.swi.6.b
27326   esol68b.8.swi.6.c
27327   esol68b.8.swi.6.d
27328   esol68b.8.swi.6.e
27329   esol68b.8.swi.6.f
27330   esol68b.8.swi.6.g
27331   esol68b.8.swi.6.h
27332   esol68b.8.swi.6.i
27333   esol68b.8.lss.1.a
27334   esol68b.8.lss.1.b
27335   esol68b.8.lss.1.c
27336   esol68b.8.lss.1.d
27337   esol68b.8.lss.1.e
27338   esol68b.8.lss.1.f
27339   esol68b.8.lss.1.g
27340   esol68b.8.zzz.1.z
27341   esol68b.9.uf.1.a
27342   esol68b.9.uf.1.b
27343   esol68b.9.uf.1.c
27344   esol68b.9.uf.1.d
27345   esol68b.9.uf.1.e
27346   esol68b.9.uf.1.f
27347   esol68b.9.uf.1.g
27348   esol68b.9.uf.1.h
27349   esol68b.9.uf.1.k
27350   esol68b.9.lsl.1.a
27351   esol68b.9.lsl.1.b
27352   esol68b.9.lsl.1.c
27353   esol68b.9.lsl.1.d
27354   esol68b.9.lsl.1.e
27355   esol68b.9.lsl.1.f
27356   esol68b.9.lsl.1.g
27357   esol68b.9.lsl.2.a
27358   esol68b.9.lsl.2.b
27359   esol68b.9.lsl.2.c
27360   esol68b.9.lsl.2.d
27361   esol68b.9.lsl.2.e
27362   esol68b.9.lsl.2.f
27363   esol68b.9.lsl.2.e
27364   esol68b.9.lsl.2.f
27365   esol68b.9.lsl.3.a
27366   esol68b.9.lsl.3.b
27367   esol68b.9.lsl.3.c
27368   esol68b.9.lsl.3.d
27369   esol68b.9.lsl.3.e
27370   esol68b.9.lsl.3.f
27371   esol68b.9.lsl.3.g
27372   esol68b.9.lsl.3.h
27373   esol68b.9.lsl.3.i
27374   esol68b.9.lsl.4.a
27375   esol68b.9.lsl.4.b
27376   esol68b.9.lsl.4.c
27377   esol68b.9.lsl.4.d
27378   esol68b.9.lsl.4.e
27379   esol68b.9.lsl.4.f
27380   esol68b.9.lsl.4.g
27381   esol68b.9.lsl.5.a
27382   esol68b.9.lsl.5.b
27383   esol68b.9.lsl.5.c
27384   esol68b.9.sri.1.a
27385   esol68b.9.sri.1.b
27386   esol68b.9.sri.1.c
27387   esol68b.9.sri.2.a
27388   esol68b.9.sri.2.b
27389   esol68b.9.sri.2.c
27390   esol68b.9.sri.2.d
27391   esol68b.9.sri.2.e
27392   esol68b.9.sri.2.f
27393   esol68b.9.sri.3.a
27394   esol68b.9.sri.3.b
27395   esol68b.9.sri.3.c
27396   esol68b.9.sri.3.d
27397   esol68b.9.sri.3.e
27398   esol68b.9.sri.4.a
27399   esol68b.9.sri.4.b
27400   esol68b.9.sri.4.c
27401   esol68b.9.sri.4.d
27402   esol68b.9.sri.4.e
27403   esol68b.9.sri.4.f
27404   esol68b.9.sri.5.a
27405   esol68b.9.sri.5.b
27406   esol68b.9.sri.6.a
27407   esol68b.9.sri.6.b
27408   esol68b.9.sri.6.c
27409   esol68b.9.sri.6.d
27410   esol68b.9.swi.1.a
27411   esol68b.9.swi.1.b
27412   esol68b.9.swi.2.a
27413   esol68b.9.swi.2.b
27414   esol68b.9.swi.2.c
27415   esol68b.9.swi.2.d
27416   esol68b.9.swi.3.a
27417   esol68b.9.swi.3.b
27418   esol68b.9.swi.3.c
27419   esol68b.9.swi.4.a
27420   esol68b.9.swi.4.b
27421   esol68b.9.swi.4.c
27422   esol68b.9.swi.4.d
27423   esol68b.9.swi.4.e
27424   esol68b.9.swi.4.f
27425   esol68b.9.swi.4.g
27426   esol68b.9.swi.5.a
27427   esol68b.9.swi.5.b
27428   esol68b.9.swi.5.c
27429   esol68b.9.swi.5.d
27430   esol68b.9.swi.5.e
27431   esol68b.9.swi.5.f
27432   esol68b.9.swi.5.g
27433   esol68b.9.swi.5.h
27434   esol68b.9.swi.5.i
27435   esol68b.9.swi.5.j
27436   esol68b.9.swi.5.k
27437   esol68b.9.swi.6.a
27438   esol68b.9.swi.6.b
27439   esol68b.9.swi.6.c
27440   esol68b.9.swi.6.d
27441   esol68b.9.swi.6.e
27442   esol68b.9.swi.6.f
27443   esol68b.9.swi.6.g
27444   esol68b.9.swi.6.h
27445   esol68b.9.swi.6.i
27446   esol68b.9.lss.1.a
27447   esol68b.9.lss.1.b
27448   esol68b.9.lss.1.c
27449   esol68b.9.lss.1.d
27450   esol68b.9.lss.1.e
27451   esol68b.9.lss.1.f
27452   esol68b.9.lss.1.g
27453   esol68b.9.zzz.1.z
27454   CRDII.1.1.0
27455   CRDII.1.1.a
27456   CRDII.1.1.b
27457   CRDII.1.1.c
27458   CRDII.2.2.0
27459   CRDII.2.2.a
27460   CRDII.2.2.b
27461   CRDII.2.2.c
27462   CRDII.2.2.d
27463   CRDII.2.2.e
27464   CRDII.3.3.0
27465   CRDII.3.3.a
27466   CRDII.3.3.b
27467   CRDII.3.3.c
27468   CRDII.3.3.d
27469   CRDII.3.3.e
27470   CRDII.3.3.f
27471   CRDII.3.3.g
27472   CRDII.3.3.h
27473   CRDII.3.4.0
27474   CRDII.3.4.a
27475   CRDII.3.4.b
27476   CRDII.3.4.c
27477   CRDII.3.4.d
27478   CRDII.3.4.e
27479   CRDII.3.4.f
27480   CRDII.3.4.g
27481   CRDII.4.5.0
27482   CRDII.4.5.a
27483   CRDII.4.5.b
27484   CRDII.4.5.c
27485   CRDII.5.6.0
27486   CRDII.5.6.a
27487   CRDII.5.6.b
27488   CRDII.5.6.c
27489   CRDII.5.6.d
27490   CRDII.5.6.e
27491   CRDII.5.6.f
27492   CRDII.5.6.g
27493   CRDII.6.7.0
27494   CRDII.6.7.a
27495   CRDII.6.7.b
27496   CRDII.6.7.c
27497   CRDII.6.7.d
27498   CRDII.7.8.0
27499   CRDII.7.8.a
27500   CRDII.7.8.b
27501   CRDII.7.8.c
27502   CRDII.7.8.d
27741   esolpk1.2.17.b.b
27742   esolpk1.2.17.b.c
27743   esolpk1.2.17.b.d
27744   esolpk1.2.17.b.e
27745   esolpk1.2.17.b.f
27746   esolpk1.2.17.b.g
27747   esolpk1.3.18.b.a
27748   esolpk1.3.18.b.b
27749   esolpk1.3.18.b.c
27750   esolpk1.3.18.b.d
27751   esolpk1.3.18.b.e
27752   esolpk1.3.18.b.f
27753   esolpk1.3.18.b.g
27754   esolpk1.3.18.b.h
27755   esolpk1.3.18.b.i
27756   esolpk1.3.18.b.j
27757   esolpk1.3.18.b.k
27758   esolpk1.3.18.b.l
27759   esolpk1.3.18.b.m
27760   esolpk1.3.18.b.n
27761   esolpk1.3.18.b.o
27762   esolpk1.3.18.b.p
27763   esolpk1.3.18.b.q
27764   esolpk1.3.18.b.r
27765   esolpk1.3.18.b.s
28139   pelf.7.c
28130   pelf.5.d
28126   pelf.4.e
28125   pelf.4.d
28118   pelf.3.a
27778   elecm.k.01.1.01
27779   elecm.k.01.1.02
27780   elecm.k.01.1.03
27781   elecm.k.01.1.04
27782   elecm.k.01.1.05
27783   elecm.k.01.1.06
27784   elecm.k.01.2.01
27785   elecm.k.01.2.02
27786   elecm.k.01.2.03
27787   elecm.k.01.2.04
27788   elecm.k.01.2.05
27789   elecm.k.01.3.01
27790   elecm.k.01.3.02
27791   elecm.k.01.3.03
27792   elecm.k.01.3.04
27793   elecm.k.01.3.05
27794   elecm.k.01.3.06
27795   elecm.k.01.3.07
27796   elecm.k.02.1.01
27797   elecm.k.02.1.02
27798   elecm.k.02.1.03
27799   elecm.k.02.1.04
27800   elecm.k.02.1.05
27801   elecm.k.02.1.06
27802   elecm.k.02.1.07
27803   elecm.k.02.1.08
27804   elecm.k.02.1.09
27805   elecm.k.02.1.10
27806   elecm.k.02.2.01
27807   elecm.k.02.2.02
27808   elecm.k.02.2.03
27809   elecm.k.02.2.04
27810   elecm.k.02.2.05
27811   elecm.k.02.2.06
27812   elecm.k.02.2.07
27813   elecm.k.02.2.08
27814   elecm.k.02.2.09
27815   elecm.k.02.2.10
27816   elecm.k.02.2.11
27817   elecm.k.02.2.12
27818   elecm.k.03.1.01
27819   elecm.k.03.1.02
27820   elecm.k.03.1.03
27821   elecm.k.03.1.04
27822   elecm.k.03.1.05
27823   elecm.k.03.2.01
27824   elecm.k.03.2.02
27825   elecm.k.03.2.03
27826   elecm.k.03.2.04
27827   elecm.k.03.2.05
27828   elecm.k.03.2.06
27829   elecm.k.03.2.07
27830   elecm.k.03.2.08
27831   elecm.k.03.2.09
27832   elecm.k.03.2.10
27833   elecm.k.03.3.01
27834   elecm.k.03.3.02
27835   elecm.k.03.3.03
27836   elecm.k.03.3.04
27837   elecm.k.03.3.05
27838   elecm.k.04.1.01
27839   elecm.k.04.1.02
27840   elecm.k.04.1.03
27841   elecm.k.04.1.04
27842   elecm.k.04.1.05
27843   elecm.k.04.2.01
27844   elecm.k.04.2.02
27845   elecm.k.04.2.03
27846   elecm.k.04.2.04
27847   elecm.k.04.2.05
27848   elecm.k.04.3.01
27849   elecm.k.04.3.02
27850   elecm.k.04.3.03
27851   elecm.k.04.3.04
27852   elecm.k.04.3.05
27853   elecm.k.04.3.06
27854   elecm.k.04.3.07
27855   elecm.k.04.4.01
27856   elecm.k.04.4.02
27857   elecm.k.04.4.03
27858   elecm.k.04.4.04
27859   elecm.k.04.4.05
27860   elecm.k.04.4.06
27861   elecm.k.04.4.07
27862   elecm.k.05.1.01
27863   elecm.k.05.1.02
27864   elecm.k.05.1.03
27865   elecm.k.05.1.04
27866   elecm.k.05.1.05
27867   elecm.k.05.1.06
27868   elecm.k.05.2.01
27869   elecm.k.05.2.02
27870   elecm.k.05.2.03
27871   elecm.k.05.2.04
27872   elecm.k.05.2.05
27873   elecm.k.05.2.06
27874   elecm.k.05.3.01
27875   elecm.k.05.3.02
27876   elecm.k.05.3.03
27877   elecm.k.05.3.04
27878   elecm.k.05.3.05
27879   elecm.k.05.3.06
27880   elecm.k.06.1.01
27881   elecm.k.06.1.02
27882   elecm.k.06.1.03
27883   elecm.k.06.1.04
27884   elecm.k.06.1.05
27885   elecm.k.06.1.06
27886   elecm.k.06.1.07
27887   elecm.k.06.2.01
27888   elecm.k.06.2.02
27889   elecm.k.06.2.03
27890   elecm.k.06.2.04
27891   elecm.k.06.2.05
27892   elecm.k.06.2.06
27893   elecm.k.06.3.01
27894   elecm.k.06.3.02
27895   elecm.k.06.3.03
27896   elecm.k.06.3.04
27897   elecm.k.06.3.05
27898   elecm.k.06.3.06
27899   elecm.k.06.3.07
27900   elecm.k.06.4.01
27901   elecm.k.06.4.02
27902   elecm.k.06.4.03
27903   elecm.k.06.4.04
27904   elecm.k.07.1.01
27905   elecm.k.07.1.02
27906   elecm.k.07.1.03
27907   elecm.k.07.1.04
27908   elecm.k.07.1.05
27909   elecm.k.07.1.06
27910   elecm.k.07.2.01
27911   elecm.k.07.2.02
27912   elecm.k.07.2.03
27913   elecm.k.07.2.04
27914   elecm.k.07.2.05
27915   elecm.k.07.2.06
27916   elecm.k.07.3.01
27917   elecm.k.07.3.02
27918   elecm.k.07.3.03
27951   esmath2.4.05.y
27952   esmath2.4.06.y
27953   esmath3.1.02.y
27954   esmath3.1.03.y
27955   esmath3.1.04.y
27956   esmath3.2.02.b
27957   esmath3.2.02.c
27958   esmath3.2.02.e
27959   esmath3.2.02.y
27960   esmath3.2.03.a
27961   esmath3.2.03.b
27962   esmath3.2.04.y
27963   esmath3.2.05.y
27964   esmath3.2.06.y
27965   esmath3.3.02.a
27966   esmath3.3.02.b
27967   esmath3.3.03.y
27968   esmath3.3.04.y
27969   esmath3.4.02.a
27970   esmath3.4.03.y
27971   esmath3.4.04.y
27972   esmath3.4.05.y
27973   esmath3.4.06.y
27974   esmath4.1.03.y
27975   esmath4.1.05.y
27976   esmath4.1.05.y
27977   esmath4.1.06.z
27978   esmath4.2.03.y
27979   esmath4.2.04.y
27980   esmath4.2.05.y
27981   esmath4.3.03.y
27982   esmath4.3.04.y
27983   esmath4.4.03.y
27984   esmath4.4.04.z
27985   esmath4.4.05.y
27986   esmath5.1.01.e
27987   esmath5.1.01.e
27988   esmath5.1.02.d
27989   esmath5.1.02.h
27990   esmath5.1.02.y
27991   esmath5.1.03.y
27992   esmath5.2.02.b
27993   esmath5.2.02.e
27994   esmath5.2.02.y
27995   esmath5.2.04.y
27996   esmath5.2.04.y
27997   esmath5.3.01.e
27998   esmath5.3.02.y
27999   esmath5.3.03.y
28000   esmath5.4.02.y
28001   esmath5.4.03.y
28002   esmath6.1.02.y
28003   esmath6.1.03.e
28004   esmath6.1.03.I
28005   esmath6.1.03.j
28006   esmath6.1.03.y
28007   esmath6.1.04.y
28008   esmath6.2.02.l
28009   esmath6.2.02.y
28010   esmath6.2.03.y
28011   esmath6.3.02.y
28012   esmath6.3.03.y
28013   esmath6.3.04.y
28014   esmath6.4.02.y
28015   esmath6.4.03.y
28016   esmath6.4.04.y
28017   esmath6.4.05.y
28024   eng9.6.2.b.1
28025   eng9.6.2.b.2
28026   eng9.6.2.b.3
28027   eng9.6.3.a.1.
28028   eng9.6.3.a.2.
28029   eng9.6.3.a.3
28030   eng9.6.3.a.4
28031   eng9.6.3.b.1
28032   eng9.6.3.b.2
28033   eng9.6.3.b.3
28034   eng9.6.3.b.4
28035   eng9.6.3.c
28036   eng9.6.4.a.1
28037   eng9.6.4.a.2
28038   eng9.6.4.a.3
28039   eng9.6.4.a.4
28040   eng9.6.4.a.5
28041   eng9.6.4.b.1
28042   eng9.6.4.b.2
28043   eng9.6.4.b.3
28044   eng9.6.4.c.1
28045   eng9.6.4.c.2
28046   eng9.6.4.c.3
28047   eng9.6.5.a.1
28048   eng9.6.5.a.1.a
28049   eng9.6.5.a.1.b
28050   eng9.6.5.a.1.c
28051   eng9.6.5.a.1.d
28052   eng9.6.5.a.2.
28053   eng9.6.5.a.3
28054   eng9.6.5.b.1
28055   eng9.6.5.b.2
28056   eng9.6.5.b.3
28057   eng9.6.5.b.4
28058   eng9.6.5.b.4.a
28059   eng9.6.5.b.4.b
28060   eng9.6.5.b.4.c
28061   eng9.6.5.b.5
28062   eng9.6.5.b.5.a
28063   eng9.6.5.b.5.b
28064   eng9.6.5.b.6
28065   eng9.6.5.b.7
28066   eng9.6.6.a
28067   eng9.6.6.b
28068   eng9.6.6.c
28069   eng9.6.6.d
28070   eng10.6.1.a.1
28071   eng10.6.1.a.2
28072   eng10.6.1.b.1
28073   eng10.6.1.b.2
28074   eng10.6.2.a.1
28075   eng10.6.2.a.2
28076   eng10.6.2.b.1
28077   eng10.6.2.b.2
28078   eng10.6.2.b.3
28079   eng10.6.3.a.1.
28080   eng10.6.3.a.2.
28081   eng10.6.3.a.3
28082   eng10.6.3.a.4
28083   eng10.6.3.b.1
28084   eng10.6.3.b.2
28085   eng10.6.3.b.3
28086   eng10.6.3.b.4
28087   eng10.6.3.c
28088   eng10.6.4.a.1
28089   eng10.6.4.a.2
28090   eng10.6.4.a.3
28091   eng10.6.4.a.4
28092   eng10.6.4.a.5
28093   eng10.6.4.b.1
28094   eng10.6.4.b.2
28095   eng10.6.4.b.3
28096   eng10.6.4.c.1
28097   eng10.6.4.c.2
28098   eng10.6.4.c.3
28099   eng10.6.4.c.4
28100   eng10.6.5.a.1
28101   eng10.6.5.a.1.a
28102   eng10.6.5.a.1.b
28103   eng10.6.5.a.1.c
28104   eng10.6.5.a.1.d
28105   eng10.6.5.a.2.
28106   eng10.6.5.a.3
28160   pelf.10.f
28161   pelf.11.a
28162   pelf.11.b
28163   pelf.11.c
28164   pelf.12.a
28165   pelf.12.b
28166   pelf.12.c
28167   pelf.12.d
28168   pelf.13.a
28169   pelf.13.b
28170   pelf.13.c
28171   pelf.13.d
28172   pelf.13.e
28275   elecprekss.1.A.1a
28276   elecprekss.1.A.1b
28277   elecprekss.1.A.2a
28173   eng6.1.1.c
28174   eng6.1.3.c
28175   eng6.1.5.e
28176   elecprekm.1.A.2a
28177   elecprekm.1.A.2b
28178   elecprekm.1.A.2c
28179   elecprekm.1.A.2d
28180   elecprekm.1.A.2e
28181   elecprekm.1.B.2a
28182   elecprekm.2.A.1a
28183   elecprekm.2.A.1b
28184   elecprekm.2.A.1c
28185   elecprekm.2.A.1d
28186   elecprekm.2.B.1a
28187   elecprekm.2.B.1b
28188   elecprekm.2.E.1a
28189   elecprekm.2.E.1b
28190   elecprekm.3.A.1a
28191   elecprekm.3.A.1b
28192   elecprekm.3.B.1a
28193   elecprekm.3.B.1b
28194   elecprekm.3.B.1c
28195   elecprekm.4.A.1a
28196   elecprekm.4.A.1b
28197   elecprekm.4.A.1c
28198   elecprekm.4.B.1a
28199   elecprekm.6.A.1a
28200   elecprekm.6.A.1b
28201   elecprekm.6.A.1c
28202   elecprekm.6.A.1d
28203   elecprekm.6.A.1e
28204   elecprekm.6.A.1f
28205   elecprekm.6.A.1g
28206   elecprekm.6.A.1h
28207   elecprekm.6.A.1i
28208   elecprekm.7.A.1a
28209   elecprekm.7.A.1b
28210   elecprekm.7.A.1c
28211   elecprekm.7.A.1d
28212   elecprekm.7.A.1e
28213   elecprekm.7.A.1f
28214   elecprekm.7.A.1g
28215   elecprekm.7.A.1h
28216   elecprekm.7.B.1a
28217   elecprekm.7.B.1b
28218   elecprekm.7.B.1c
28219   elecprekm.7.B.1d
28220   elecprekm.7.C.1a
28221   elecprekm.7.C.1b
28222   elecprekm.7.C.1c
28223   elecprekm.7.C.1d
28224   elecprekm.7.C.1e
28225   elecprekm.7.C.1f
28226   elecprekm.7.C.1g
28227   elecprekm.7.C.1h
28228   elecprekm.7.D.1a
28229   elecprekm.7.D.1b
28230   elecprekm.7.D.1c
28231   elecprekm.7.D.1d
28232   elecpreks.1.A.1a
28233   elecpreks.1.A.1b
28234   elecpreks.1.A.1c
28235   elecpreks.1.A.1d
28236   elecpreks.1.A.1e
28237   elecpreks.1.A.1f
28238   elecpreks.1.A.1g
28239   elecpreks.1.B.1a
28240   elecpreks.1.B.1b
28241   elecpreks.1.B.1c
28242   elecpreks.1.C.1a
28243   elecpreks.1.C.1b
28244   elecpreks.1.C.1c
28245   elecpreks.1.C.1d
28246   elecpreks.1.C.1e
28247   elecpreks.1.D.1a
28248   elecpreks.1.D.1b
28249   elecpreks.1.D.1c
28250   elecpreks.1.D.1d
28251   elecpreks.1.D.1e
28252   elecpreks.1.D.2a
28253   elecpreks.1.D.2b
28254   elecpreks.1.D.2c
28255   elecpreks.1.D.3a
28256   elecpreks.1.D.3b
28257   elecpreks.2.A.1a
28258   elecpreks.2.A.1b
28259   elecpreks.3.A.1a
28260   elecpreks.3.A.1b
28261   elecpreks.3.A.1c
28262   elecpreks.3.A.1d
28263   elecpreks.3.B.1a
28264   elecpreks.3.B.1b
28265   elecpreks.4.A.1a
28266   elecpreks.4.A.1b
28267   els.5.1.L00
28268   els.5.2.L00
28269   els.5.3.L00
28270   els.5.4.L00
28271   els.4.1.L00
28272   els.4.2.L00
28273   els.4.3.L00
28274   els.4.4.L00
28278   elecprekss.1.A.2b
28279   elecprekss.1.B.1a
28280   elecprekss.1.C.1a
28281   elecprekss.1.C.1b
28282   elecprekss.1.C.1c
28283   elecprekss.2.A.1a
28284   elecprekss.2.A.1b
28285   elecprekss.2.A.1a
28286   elecprekss.3.A.1a
28287   elecprekss.3.A.1b
28288   elecprekss.3.A.1c
28289   elecprekss.3.B.1a
28290   elecprekss.3.B.1b
28291   elecprekss.3.C.1a
28292   elecprekss.3.C.1b
28293   elecprekss.3.D.1a
28294   elecprekss.4.A.1a
28295   elecprekss.4.A.1a
28296   elecprekss.4.A.2a
28297   elecprekss.4.A.2b
28298   elecprekss.4.A.3a
28299   elecprekss.4.B.1a
28300   elecprekss.4.B.2a
28301   elecprekss.4.B.2b
28302   elecprekss.5.A.1a
28303   elecprekss.6.A.1a
28304   elecprekss.6.A.1b
28305   elecprekss.6.A.1c
28306   elecprekss.6.A.2a
28307   elecprekss.6.A.2b
28308   elecprekss.6.A.2c
28309   elecprekss.6.A.3a
28310   elecprekss.6.A.3b
28311   elecprekss.6.A.3c
28312   elecprekss.6.A.3d
28313   elecprekss.6.A.3e
28314   elecprekss.6.A.3f
28315   elecprekss.6.A.3g
28316   elecprekss.6.A.3h
28317   elecprekss.6.A.3i
28318   elecprekss.6.A.4a
28319   elecprekss.6.A.4b
28320   elecprekss.6.A.4c
28321   elecprekss.6.A.4d
28322   elecprekss.6.A.4e
28323   elecprekss.6.A.4f
28324   elecprekss.6.A.4g
28325   elecprekss.6.A.4h
28326   elecprekss.6.A.4i
28327   elecprekss.6.B.1a
28328   elecprekss.6.B.1b
28329   elecprekss.6.B.1c
28330   elecprekss.6.B.2a
28331   elecprekss.6.B.2b
28332   elecprekss.6.C.1a
28333   elecprekss.6.C.1b
28334   elecprekss.6.C.2a
28335   elecprekss.6.C.2b
28336   elecprekss.6.C.2c
28337   elecprekss.6.D.1a
28338   elecprekss.6.D.1b
28339   elecprekss.6.D.1c
28340   elecprekss.6.D.2a
28341   elecprekss.6.D.2b
28342   elecprekss.6.D.2c
28343   elecprekss.6.E.1a
28344   elecprekss.6.E.1b
28345   elecprekss.6.E.1c
28346   elecprekss.6.E.2a
28347   elecprekss.6.E.2b
28348   elecprekss.6.E.2c
28349   elecprekss.6.F.1a
28350   elecprekss.6.F.1b
28351   elecprekss.6.F.1c
28352   elecprekss.6.G.1a
28353   elecprekss.7.G.1b
28355   elecprekss.1.A.1b
28356   elecprekss.1.A.2a
28357   elecprekss.1.A.2b
28358   elecprekss.1.B.1a
28359   elecprekss.1.C.1a
28360   elecprekss.1.C.1b
28361   elecprekss.1.C.1c
28362   elecprekss.2.A.1a
28363   elecprekss.2.A.1b
28364   elecprekss.2.A.1a
28365   elecprekss.3.A.1a
28366   elecprekss.3.A.1b
28367   elecprekss.3.A.1c
28368   elecprekss.3.B.1a
28369   elecprekss.3.B.1b
28370   elecprekss.3.C.1a
28371   elecprekss.3.C.1b
28372   elecprekss.3.D.1a
28373   elecprekss.4.A.1a
28374   elecprekss.4.A.1a
28375   elecprekss.4.A.2a
28376   elecprekss.4.A.2b
28377   elecprekss.4.A.3a
28378   elecprekss.4.B.1a
28379   elecprekss.4.B.2a
28380   elecprekss.4.B.2b
28381   elecprekss.5.A.1a
28382   elecprekss.6.A.1a
28383   elecprekss.6.A.1b
28384   elecprekss.6.A.1c
28385   elecprekss.6.A.2a
28386   elecprekss.6.A.2b
28387   elecprekss.6.A.2c
28388   elecprekss.6.A.3a
28389   elecprekss.6.A.3b
28390   elecprekss.6.A.3c
28391   elecprekss.6.A.3d
28392   elecprekss.6.A.3e
28393   elecprekss.6.A.3f
28394   elecprekss.6.A.3g
28395   elecprekss.6.A.3h
28396   elecprekss.6.A.3i
28397   elecprekss.6.A.4a
28398   elecprekss.6.A.4b
28399   elecprekss.6.A.4c
28400   elecprekss.6.A.4d
28401   elecprekss.6.A.4e
28402   elecprekss.6.A.4f
28403   elecprekss.6.A.4g
28404   elecprekss.6.A.4h
28405   elecprekss.6.A.4i
28406   elecprekss.6.B.1a
28407   elecprekss.6.B.1b
28408   elecprekss.6.B.1c
28409   elecprekss.6.B.2a
28410   elecprekss.6.B.2b
28411   elecprekss.6.C.1a
28412   elecprekss.6.C.1b
28413   elecprekss.6.C.2a
28414   elecprekss.6.C.2b
28415   elecprekss.6.C.2c
28416   elecprekss.6.D.1a
28417   elecprekss.6.D.1b
28418   elecprekss.6.D.1c
28419   elecprekss.6.D.2a
28420   elecprekss.6.D.2b
28421   elecprekss.6.D.2c
28422   elecprekss.6.E.1a
28423   elecprekss.6.E.1b
28424   elecprekss.6.E.1c
28425   elecprekss.6.E.2a
28426   elecprekss.6.E.2b
28427   elecprekss.6.E.2c
28428   elecprekss.6.F.1a
28429   elecprekss.6.F.1b
28430   elecprekss.6.F.1c
28431   elecprekss.6.G.1a
28432   elecprekss.7.G.1b
28433   elecprekps.1.A.1a
28434   elecprekps.1.A.1b
28435   elecprekps.1.A.2a
28436   elecprekps.1.A.2b
28437   elecprekps.1.A.3a
28438   elecprekps.1.A.3b
28439   elecprekps.1.A.4a
28440   elecprekps.1.A.4b
28441   elecprekps.1.A.5a
28442   elecprekps.1.A.5b
28443   elecprekps.2.A.1a
28444   elecprekps.2.A.1b
28445   elecprekps.2.A.1c
28446   elecprekps.2.A.1d
28447   elecprekps.2.A.2a
28448   elecprekps.2.A.2b
28449   elecprekps.2.A.2c
28450   elecprekps.2.A.3a
28451   elecprekps.2.A.3b
28452   elecprekps.3.A.1a
28453   elecprekps.3.A.1b
28454   elecprekps.3.A.1c
28455   elecprekps.3.A.2a
28456   elecprekps.3.A.2b
28457   elecprekps.3.A.2c
28458   elecprekps.3.A.3a
28459   elecprekps.3.A.3b
28460   elecprekps.3.A.3c
28461   elecprekps.3.A.4a
28462   elecprekps.3.A.4b
28463   elecprekps.3.A.4c
29257   BCMS.CSCOD1.2.1
29258   BCMS.CSCOD1.2.2
29259   BCMS.CSCOD1.2.3
29254   BCMS.CSCOD1.1.4
29255   BCMS.CSCOD1.1.5
29256   BCMS.CSCOD1.1.6
28466   la.K.2.D.3
28467   la.K.3.A.2
29437   CSCOD3.8.3
29438   CSCOD3.8.4
29439   CSCOD3.8.5
29440   CSCOD3.8.6
29426   CSCOD3.6.3
29427   CSCOD3.6.4
29428   CSCOD3.7.1
29429   CSCOD3.7.2
29430   CSCOD3.7.3
29431   CSCOD3.7.4
29432   CSCOD3.7.5
29433   CSCOD3.7.6
28471   la.2.2.C.3
29391   CSCOD2.9.4
29392   CSCOD2.9.5
29393   CSCOD2.9.6
29394   CSCOD3.1.1
29395   CSCOD3.1.2
29396   CSCOD3.1.3
29397   CSCOD3.1.4
29398   CSCOD3.1.5
29399   CSCOD3.1.6
29400   CSCOD3.2.1
29401   CSCOD3.2.2
29402   CSCOD3.2.3
29403   CSCOD3.2.4
29404   CSCOD3.2.5
29405   CSCOD3.2.6
29406   CSCOD3.3.1
29407   CSCOD3.3.2
29408   CSCOD3.3.3
29409   CSCOD3.3.4
29410   CSCOD3.3.5
29411   CSCOD3.3.6
29412   CSCOD3.4.1
29413   CSCOD3.4.2
29414   CSCOD3.4.3
29415   CSCOD3.4.4
29416   CSCOD3.5.1
29417   CSCOD3.5.2
29418   CSCOD3.5.3
29419   CSCOD3.5.4
29420   CSCOD3.5.5
29421   CSCOD3.5.6
29422   CSCOD3.5.7
29423   CSCOD3.5.8
29424   CSCOD3.6.1
29425   CSCOD3.6.2
28601   la.1.4.A.4
29435   CSCOD3.8.1
29436   CSCOD3.8.2
29434   CSCOD3.7.7
28482   la.5.2.E.1
28483   la.5.2.E.2
28484   la.5.2.E.3
28494   elecm.k.08.1.01
28495   elecm.k.08.1.02
28496   elecm.k.08.1.03
28497   elecm.k.08.1.04
28498   elecm.k.08.1.05
28499   elecm.k.08.1.06
28500   elecm.k.08.1.07
28501   elecm.k.08.1.08
28502   elecm.k.08.1.09
28503   elecm.k.08.1.10
28504   elecm.k.08.1.11
28505   elecm.k.08.1.12
28506   elecm.k.08.1.13
28507   elecm.k.08.1.14
28508   elecm.k.08.1.15
28509   elecm.k.08.1.16
28510   elecm.k.08.1.17
28511   elecm.k.08.1.18
28512   elecm.k.08.1.19
28513   elecm.k.08.1.20
28514   elecm.k.08.1.21
28515   elecm.k.08.1.22
28516   elecm.k.08.1.23
28517   elecm.k.08.1.24
28518   elecm.k.08.1.99
28519   elecprekla.1.A.1a
28520   elecprekla.1.A.1b
28521   elecprekla.1.A.1c
28522   elecprekla.1.A.1d
28523   elecprekla.1.A.2a
28524   elecprekla.1.A.2b
28525   elecprekla.1.A.2c
28526   elecprekla.1.A.3a
28527   elecprekla.1.A.4a
28528   elecprekla.1.A.4b
28529   elecprekla.1.B.1a
28530   elecprekla.1.B.1b
28531   elecprekla.1.B.2a
28532   elecprekla.1.C.1a
28533   elecprekla.1.C.1b
28534   elecprekla.1.C.1c
28535   elecprekla.1.D.1a
28536   elecprekla.1.D.1b
28537   elecprekla.1.D.1c
28538   elecprekla.1.D.1d
28539   elecprekla.1.D.1e
28540   elecprekla.1.D.1f
28541   elecprekla.1.D.2a
28542   elecprekla.1.D.2b
28543   elecprekla.1.D.3a
28544   elecprekla.1.D.3b
28545   elecprekla.1.E.1a
28546   elecprekla.1.E.1b
28547   elecprekla.1.E.1c
28548   elecprekla.1.E.1d
28549   elecprekla.1.E.1e
28550   elecprekla.1.E.1f
28551   elecprekla.1.E.2a
28552   elecprekla.1.E.2b
28553   elecprekla.1.E.2c
28554   elecprekla.1.E.3a
28555   elecprekla.1.E.3b
28556   elecprekla.1.E.3c
28557   elecprekla.1.E.4a
28558   elecprekla.1.E.4b
28559   elecprekla.1.E.4c
28560   elecprekla.1.E.4d
28561   elecprekla.1.E.4e
28562   elecprekla.1.A.1a
28563   elecprekla.1.A.1b
28564   elecprekla.1.A.1c
28565   elecprekla.2.A.2a
28566   elecprekla.2.A.2b
28567   elecprekla.2.A.3a
28568   elecprekla.2.A.4a
28569   elecprekla.2.A.4b
28570   elecprekla.3.A.1a
28571   elecprekla.3.A.1b
28572   elecprekla.3.A.2a
28573   elecprekla.3.A.2b
28574   elecprekla.3.A.3a
28575   elecprekla.3.A.3b
28576   elecprekla.3.A.4a
28577   elecprekla.3.A.5a
28578   elecprekla.3.A.6a
28579   elecprekla.3.A.6b
28580   elecprekla.4.A.1a
28581   elecprekla.4.A.1b
28582   elecprekla.4.A.2a
28583   elecprekla.4.A.2b
28584   elecprekla.4.A.2c
28585   elecprekla.4.A.3a
28586   elecprekla.4.A.3b
28587   elecprekla.5.A.1a
28588   elecprekla.5.B.1a
28589   elecprekla.5.B.1b
28590   elecprekla.5.C.1a
28591   elecprekla.5.C.1b
28592   elecprekla.6.A.1a
28593   elecprekla.6.A.2a
28594   elecprekla.6.A.2b
28595   elecprekla.6.A.2c
28596   elecprekla.6.A.2d
28597   elecprekla.6.A.2e
28598   elecprekla.7.A.1a
28599   elecprekla.7.A.2a
28600   elecprekla.7.A.2b
29389   CSCOD2.9.2
29390   CSCOD2.9.3
29387   CSCOD2.8.4
29388   CSCOD2.9.1
29385   CSCOD2.8.2
29386   CSCOD2.8.3
29382   CSCOD2.7.6
29383   CSCOD2.7.7
29384   CSCOD2.8.1
29379   CSCOD2.7.3
29380   CSCOD2.7.4
29381   CSCOD2.7.5
29377   CSCOD2.7.1
29378   CSCOD2.7.2
29374   CSCOD2.6.4
29375   CSCOD2.6.5
29376   CSCOD2.6.6
29371   CSCOD2.6.1
29372   CSCOD2.6.2
29373   CSCOD2.6.3
29369   CSCOD2.5.11
29370   CSCOD2.5.12
29368   CSCOD2.5.10
29365   CSCOD2.5.7
29366   CSCOD2.5.8
29367   CSCOD2.5.9
29363   CSCOD2.5.5
29364   CSCOD2.5.6
29362   CSCOD2.5.4
29359   CSCOD2.5.1
29360   CSCOD2.5.2
29361   CSCOD2.5.3
29357   CSCOD2.4.3
29358   CSCOD2.4.4
29355   CSCOD2.4.1
29356   CSCOD2.4.2
29349   CSCOD2.2.5
29350   CSCOD2.3.1
29351   CSCOD2.3.2
29352   CSCOD2.3.3
29353   CSCOD2.3.4
29354   CSCOD2.3.5
29348   CSCOD2.2.4
29345   CSCOD2.2.1
29346   CSCOD2.2.2
29347   CSCOD2.2.3
29343   CSCOD2.1.8
29344   CSCOD2.1.9
29341   CSCOD2.1.6
29342   CSCOD2.1.7
29340   CSCOD2.1.5
29337   CSCOD2.1.2
29338   CSCOD2.1.3
29339   CSCOD2.1.4
29335   BCMS.CSCOD1.10.7
29336   CSCOD2.1.1
29332   BCMS.CSCOD1.10.4
29333   BCMS.CSCOD1.10.5
29334   BCMS.CSCOD1.10.6
29330   BCMS.CSCOD1.10.2
29331   BCMS.CSCOD1.10.3
29326   BCMS.CSCOD1.9.5
29327   BCMS.CSCOD1.9.6
29328   BCMS.CSCOD1.9.7
29329   BCMS.CSCOD1.10.1
29325   BCMS.CSCOD1.9.4
29323   BCMS.CSCOD1.9.2
29324   BCMS.CSCOD1.9.3
29318   BCMS.CSCOD1.8.1
29319   BCMS.CSCOD1.8.2
29320   BCMS.CSCOD1.8.3
29321   BCMS.CSCOD1.8.4
29322   BCMS.CSCOD1.9.1
29317   BCMS.CSCOD1.7.8
29315   BCMS.CSCOD1.7.6
29316   BCMS.CSCOD1.7.7
29312   BCMS.CSCOD1.7.3
29313   BCMS.CSCOD1.7.4
29314   BCMS.CSCOD1.7.5
29309   BCMS.CSCOD1.6.10
29310   BCMS.CSCOD1.7.1
29311   BCMS.CSCOD1.7.2
29308   BCMS.CSCOD1.6.9
29304   BCMS.CSCOD1.6.5
29305   BCMS.CSCOD1.6.6
29306   BCMS.CSCOD1.6.7
29307   BCMS.CSCOD1.6.8
29302   BCMS.CSCOD1.6.3
29303   BCMS.CSCOD1.6.4
29301   BCMS.CSCOD1.6.2
29298   BCMS.CSCOD1.5.6
29299   BCMS.CSCOD1.5.7
29300   BCMS.CSCOD1.6.1
29296   BCMS.CSCOD1.5.4
29297   BCMS.CSCOD1.5.5
29295   BCMS.CSCOD1.5.3
29292   BCMS.CSCOD1.4.12
29293   BCMS.CSCOD1.5.1
29294   BCMS.CSCOD1.5.2
29289   BCMS.CSCOD1.4.9
29290   BCMS.CSCOD1.4.10
29291   BCMS.CSCOD1.4.11
29288   BCMS.CSCOD1.4.8
29287   BCMS.CSCOD1.4.7
29284   BCMS.CSCOD1.4.4
29285   BCMS.CSCOD1.4.5
29286   BCMS.CSCOD1.4.6
29280   BCMS.CSCOD1.3.13
29281   BCMS.CSCOD1.4.1
29282   BCMS.CSCOD1.4.2
29283   BCMS.CSCOD1.4.3
29277   BCMS.CSCOD1.3.10
29278   BCMS.CSCOD1.3.11
29279   BCMS.CSCOD1.3.12
29275   BCMS.CSCOD1.3.8
29276   BCMS.CSCOD1.3.9
29273   BCMS.CSCOD1.3.6
29274   BCMS.CSCOD1.3.7
29269   BCMS.CSCOD1.3.2
29270   BCMS.CSCOD1.3.3
29271   BCMS.CSCOD1.3.4
29272   BCMS.CSCOD1.3.5
29267   BCMS.CSCOD1.2.11
29268   BCMS.CSCOD1.3.1
29266   BCMS.CSCOD1.2.10
29264   BCMS.CSCOD1.2.8
29265   BCMS.CSCOD1.2.9
29260   BCMS.CSCOD1.2.4
29261   BCMS.CSCOD1.2.5
29262   BCMS.CSCOD1.2.6
29263   BCMS.CSCOD1.2.7
29248   et8.3.2.e.3
29249   et8.3.3.a.1
29250   et8.3.3.b.1
29245   et8.3.2.d.3
29246   et8.3.2.e.1
29247   et8.3.2.e.2
29243   et8.3.2.d.1
29244   et8.3.2.d.2
29240   et8.3.2.c.2
29241   et8.3.2.c.3
29242   et8.3.2.c.4
29239   et8.3.2.c.1
29237   et8.5.2.b.4
29238   et8.5.2.b.5
29236   et8.5.2.b.3
29233   et8.5.2.a.1
29234   et8.5.2.b.1
29235   et8.5.2.b.2
29231   et8.5.1.a.5
29232   et8.5.1.b.
29228   et8.5.1.a.2
29229   et8.5.1.a.3
29230   et8.5.1.a.4
29227   et8.6.1.a.1
29226   et8.5.1.a.2
29224   et8.5.1.a.5
29225   et8.5.1.a.1
29223   et8.5.1.a.4
29222   et8.5.1.a.3
29221   et8.5.1.a.2
29220   et8.5.1.a.1
29219   et8.4.2.a.4
29218   et8.4.2.a.3
29217   et8.4.2.a.2
29215   et8.4.1.a.3
29216   et8.4.2.a.1
29214   et8.4.1.a.2
28933   elecprekpd.1.A.1a
28934   elecprekpd.1.A.2a
28935   elecprekpd.1.A.3a
28936   elecprekpd.1.A.4a
28937   elecprekpd.2.A.1a
28938   elecprekpd.2.A.2a
28939   elecprekpd.3.A.1a
28940   elecprekpd.3.A.1b
28941   elecprekpd.3.A.2a
28942   elecprekpd.3.A.3a
28943   elecprekpd.4.A.1a
28944   elecprekpd.4.A.4a
28945   elecprekpd.6.A.1a
28946   elecprekpd.6.A.1b
28947   elecprekpd.6.A.2a
28948   elecprekpd.6.A.2b
28949   elecprekpd.6.A.3a
28950   elecprekpd.6.A.3b
28951   elecprekpd.6.A.3c
28952   elecprekpd.6.A.3d
28953   elecprekh.5.A.1a
28954   elecprekh.6.A.5a
28955   elecprekh.6.A.8a
28956   elecpreka.1M.A.1a
28957   elecpreka.1M.A.1b
28958   elecpreka.1M.A.1c
28959   elecpreka.1M.A.1d
28960   elecpreka.1M.A.2a
28961   elecpreka.1M.A.2b
28962   elecpreka.1M.A.2c
28963   elecpreka.1M.A.2d
28964   elecpreka.1M.A.3a
28965   elecpreka.1M.A.3b
28966   elecpreka.1M.A.3c
28967   elecpreka.1M.A.3d
28968   elecpreka.1M.A.4a
28969   elecpreka.2M.B.1a
28970   elecpreka.2M.B.1b
28971   elecpreka.2M.B.2a
28972   elecpreka.2M.B.3a
28973   elecpreka.2M.B.3b
28974   elecpreka.2M.B.4a
28975   elecpreka.3M.C.1a
28976   elecpreka.3M.C.1b
28977   elecpreka.3M.C.2a
28978   elecpreka.3M.C.2b
28979   elecpreka.4M.D.3a
28980   elecpreka.1V.A.1a
28981   elecpreka.1V.A.1b
28982   elecpreka.1V.A.2a
28983   elecpreka.1V.A.2b
28984   elecpreka.1V.A.3a
28985   elecpreka.1V.A.3b
28986   elecpreka.2V.B.1a
28987   elecpreka.2V.B.1b
28988   elecpreka.2V.B.2a
28989   elecpreka.2V.B.2b
28990   elecpreka.2V.B.3a
28991   elecpreka.2V.B.3b
28992   elecpreka.2V.B.4a
28993   elecpreka.2V.B.4b
28994   elecpreka.3V.C.1a
28995   elecpreka.3V.C.1b
28996   elecpreka.3V.C.1c
28997   elecpreka.3V.C.2a
28998   elecpreka.3V.C.2b
28999   elecpreka.4V.D.1a
29000   elecpreka.1T.A.1a
29001   elecpreka.1T.A.1b
29002   elecpreka.1T.A.2a
29003   elecpreka.2T.B.1a
29004   elecpreka.2T.B.1b
29005   elecpreka.2T.B.2a
29006   elecpreka.3T.C.1a
29007   elecpreka.3T.C.1b
29008   elecpreka.3T.C.1c
29009   elecpreka.3T.C.1d
29010   elecpreka.3T.C.2a
29011   elecpreka.3T.C.2b
29012   elecpreka.4T.D.1a
29013   elecpreka.4T.D.2a
29014   elecpreka.1D.A.1a
29015   elecpreka.1D.A.1b
29016   elecpreka.1D.A.2a
29017   elecpreka.1D.A.2b
29018   elecpreka.1D.A.2c
29019   elecpreka.1D.A.2d
29020   elecpreka.1D.A.3a
29021   elecpreka.1D.A.3b
29022   elecpreka.2D.B.1a
29023   elecpreka.2D.B.1b
29024   elecpreka.2D.B.2a
29025   elecpreka.2D.B.2b
29026   elecpreka.2D.B.3a
29027   elecpreka.3D.C.1a
29028   elecpreka.3D.C.1b
29029   elecpreka.3D.C.1c
29030   elecpreka.3D.C.2a
29031   elecpreka.3D.C.2b
29032   elecpreka.3D.C.2c
29033   elecpreka.3D.C.3a
29034   elecpreka.4D.D.1a
29035   elecpreka.4D.D.1b
29036   elecpreka.4D.D.1c
29037   et6.1.1.a.1
29038   et6.1.1.a.2
29039   et6.1.1.a.3
29040   et6.2.1.a.1
29041   et6.2.1.a.2
29042   et6.2.1.a.3
29043   et6.2.2.a.1
29044   et6.2.2.a.2
29045   et6.2.2.a.3
29046   et6.2.2.a.4
29047   et6.2.2.a.5
29048   et6.2.2.a.6
29049   et6.2.2.b.1
29050   et6.2.2.b.2
29051   et6.2.2.b.3
29052   et6.2.2.c.1
29053   et6.2.2.b.2
29054   et6.2.2.b.3
29055   et6.2.2.c.4
29056   et6.2.2.c.5
29057   et6.2.2.c.6
29058   et6.3.1.a.1
29059   et6.3.1.a.2
29060   et6.3.1.a.3
29061   et6.3.2.a.1
29062   et6.3.2.a.2
29063   et6.3.2.a.3
29064   et6.3.3.a.1
29065   et6.3.3.a.2
29066   et6.3.3.a.3
29067   et6.3.3.a.4
29068   et6.3.3.a.5
29069   et6.3.3.a.6
29070   et6.4.1.a.1
29071   et6.4.1.a.2
29072   et6.4.1.a.3
29073   et6.4.2.b.1
29074   et6.4.2.b.2
29075   et6.4.2.b.3
29076   et6.4.2.b.4
29077   et6.5.1.a.1
29078   et6.5.1.a.2
29079   et6.5.1.a.3
29080   et6.5.1.a.4
29081   et6.5.1.a.5
29082   et6.5.2.a.1
29083   et6.5.2.a.2
29084   et6.5.2.a.3
29085   et6.6.1.a.1
29086   et6.6.1.a.2
29087   et6.6.1.a.3
29088   et6.6.1.a.4
29089   et6.6.1.a.5
29090   et6.6.1.b.
29091   et6.6.2.a.1
29092   et6.6.2.b.1
29093   et6.6.2.b.2
29094   et6.6.2.b.3
29095   et6.6.2.b.4
29096   et6.6.2.b.5
29097   et6.6.2.c.1
29098   et6.6.2.c.2
29099   et6.6.2.c.3
29100   et6.6.2.c.4
29101   et6.6.2.d.1
29102   et6.6.2.d.2
29103   et6.6.2.d.3
29104   et6.6.2.e.1
29105   et6.6.2.e.2
29106   et6.6.2.e.3
29107   et6.6.3.a.
29108   et6.6.3.b.
29109   et7.1.1.a.1
29110   et7.1.1.a.2
29111   et7.1.1.a.3
29112   et7.1.1.a.4
29113   et7.2.1.a.1
29114   et7.2.1.a.2
29115   et7.2.1.a.3
29116   et7.2.2.a.1
29117   et7.2.2.a.2
29118   et7.2.2.a.3
29119   et7.2.2.a.4
29120   et7.2.2.a.5
29121   et7.2.2.a.6
29122   et7.2.2.b.1
29123   et7.2.2.c.2
29124   et7.2.2.c.3
29125   et7.2.2.c.1
29126   et7.2.2.c.2
29127   et7.2.2.c.3
29128   et7.2.2.c.4
29129   et7.2.2.c.5
29130   et7.3.1.a.1
29131   et7.3.1.a.2
29132   et7.3.2.b.1
29133   et7.3.2.b.2
29134   et7.3.2.b.3
29135   et7.3.3.a.1
29136   et7.3.3.a.2
29137   et7.3.3.a.3
29138   et7.3.3.a.4
29139   et7.3.3.a.5
29140   et7.3.3.a.6
29141   et7.4.1.a.1
29142   et7.4.1.a.2
29143   et7.4.1.a.3
29144   et7.4.2.a.1
29145   et7.4.1.a.2
29146   et7.4.1.a.3
29147   et7.4.1.a.4
29148   et7.5.1.a.1
29149   et7.5.1.a.2
29150   et7.5.1.a.3
29151   et7.5.1.a.4
29152   et7.5.1.a.5
29153   et7.5.2.a.1
29154   et7.5.2.a.2
29155   et7.6.1.a.1
29156   et7.6.2.a.2
29157   et7.6.2.a.3
29158   et7.6.1.a.4
29159   et7.6.1.a.5
29160   et7.6.1.b.
29161   et7.6.2.a.1
29162   et7.6.2.b.1
29163   et7.6.2.b.2
29164   et7.6.2.b.3
29165   et7.6.2.b.4
29166   et7.6.2.b.5
29167   et7.6.2.c.1
29168   et7.6.2.c.2
29169   et7.6.2.c.3
29170   et7.6.2.c.4
29171   et7.6.2.d.1
29172   et7.6.2.d.2
29173   et7.6.2.d.3
29174   et7.6.2.e.1
29175   et7.6.2.e.2
29176   et7.6.2.e.3
29177   et7.6.2.a.
29178   et7.6.2.b.
29179   et8.1.1.a.1
29180   et8.1.1..2
29181   et8.1.1..3
29182   et8.1.1..4
29183   et8.2.1.a.1
29184   et8.2.1..2
29185   et8.2.1..3
29186   et8.2.1..4
29187   et8.2.2.a.1
29188   et8.2.2.a.2
29189   et8.2.2.a.3
29190   et8.2.2.a.4
29191   et8.2.2.a.5
29192   et8.2.2.a.6
29193   et8.2.2.b.1
29194   et8.2.2.b.2
29195   et8.2.2.b.3
29196   et8.2.2.c.1
29197   et8.2.2.c.2
29198   et8.2.2.c.3
29199   et8.2.2.c.4
29200   et8.2.2.c.5
29201   et8.2.2.c.6
29202   et8.3.1.a.1
29203   et8.3.1.a.2
29204   et8.3.2.a.1
29205   et8.3.2.a.2
29206   et8.3.2.a.3
29207   et8.3.3.a.1
29208   et8.3.1.a.2
29209   et8.3.1.a.3
29210   et8.3.1.a.4
29211   et8.3.1.a.5
29212   et8.3.1.a.6
29213   et8.4.1.a.1
28932   elss.Grade.4.L5
29441   CSCOD3.9.1
29442   CSCOD3.9.2
29443   CSCOD3.9.3
29444   CSCOD3.9.4
29445   CSCOD3.9.5
29446   CSCOD3.9.6
29447   CSCOD3.9.7
29448   CSCOD4.1.1
29449   CSCOD4.1.2
29450   CSCOD4.1.3
29451   CSCOD4.1.4
29452   CSCOD4.1.5
29453   CSCOD4.1.6
29454   CSCOD4.2.1
29455   CSCOD4.2.2
29456   CSCOD4.2.3
29457   CSCOD4.2.4
29458   CSCOD4.2.5
29459   CSCOD4.3.1
29460   CSCOD4.3.2
29461   CSCOD4.3.3
29462   CSCOD4.3.4
29463   CSCOD4.3.5
29464   CSCOD4.4.1
29465   CSCOD4.4.2
29466   CSCOD4.4.3
29467   CSCOD4.4.4
29468   CSCOD4.5.1
29469   CSCOD4.5.2
29470   CSCOD4.5.3
29471   CSCOD4.5.4
29472   CSCOD4.5.5
29473   CSCOD4.6.1
29474   CSCOD4.6.2
29475   CSCOD4.6.3
29476   CSCOD4.6.4
29477   CSCOD4.6.5
29478   CSCOD4.7.1
29479   CSCOD4.7.2
29480   CSCOD4.7.3
29481   CSCOD4.7.4
29482   CSCOD4.8.1
29483   CSCOD4.8.2
29484   CSCOD4.8.3
29485   CSCOD4.8.4
29486   CSCOD4.8.5
29487   CSCOD4.8.6
29488   CSCOD4.9.1
29489   CSCOD4.9.2
29490   CSCOD4.9.3
29491   CSCOD4.9.4
29518   eng7.4.3.g
29519   eng8.1.1.h
29520   eng8.1.2.k
29521   eng8.1.2.l
29522   eng8.1.2.m
29598   BCMS.NWDI.1.1.4
29524   eng8.1.3.b
29525   eng8.1.3.c
29526   eng8.2.2.k
29527   eng8.2.2.l
29528   eng8.2.3.b.
29529   eng8.2.3.c.
29530   eng8.3.2.I
29531   eng8.3.3.b.
29532   eng8.3.3.c
29533   eng8.3.3.d
29534   HS_GTRES.1.1.a
29535   HS_GTRES.1.1.b
29536   HS_GTRES.1.1.c
29537   HS_GTRES.1.1.d
29538   HS_GTRES.1.1.e
29539   HS_GTRES.2.1.a
29540   HS_GTRES.2.1.b
29541   HS_GTRES.2.1.c
29542   HS_GTRES.2.1.d
29543   HS_GTRES.2.2.a
29544   HS_GTRES.2.2.b
29545   HS_GTRES.2.2.c
29546   HS_GTRES.2.3.a
29547   HS_GTRES.2.3.b
29548   HS_GTRES.2.3.c
29549   HS_GTRES.2.3.d
29550   HS_GTRES.3.1.a
29551   HS_GTRES.3.1.b
29552   HS_GTRES.3.1.c
29553   HS_GTRES.3.1.d
29554   HS_GTRES.3.1.e
29555   HS_GTRES.3.1.f
29556   HS_GTRES.3.2.a
29557   HS_GTRES.3.2.b
29558   HS_GTRES.3.2.c
29559   HS_GTRES.3.2.d
29560   HS_GTRES.4.1.a
29561   HS_GTRES.4.1.b
29562   HS_GTRES.4.1.c
29563   HS_GTRES.4.1.d
29564   HS_GTRES.4.1.e
29565   HS_GTRES.5.1.a
29566   HS_GTRES.5.1.b
29567   HS_GTRES.5.1.c
29568   HS_GTRES.5.1.d
29569   HS_GTRES.6.1.a
29570   HS_GTRES.6.1.b
29571   HS_GTRES.6.1.c
29572   HS_GTRES.6.1.d
29573   HS_GTRES.6.1.e
29574   HS_GTRES.6.1.f
29575   HS_GTRES.6.1.g
29576   HS_GTRES.7.1.a
29577   HS_GTRES.7.1.b
29578   HS_GTRES.7.1.c
29579   HS_GTRES.7.1.d
29580   HS_GTRES.7.1.e
29581   HS_GTRES.7.2.a
29582   HS_GTRES.7.2.b
29583   HS_GTRES.7.2.c
29584   HS_GTRES.7.2.d
29585   HS_GTRES.7.2.e
29586   HS_GTRES.8.1.a
29587   HS_GTRES.8.1.b
29588   HS_GTRES.8.1.c
29589   HS_GTRES.8.1.d
29590   HS_GTRES.8.1.e
29591   HS_GTRES.8.2.a
29592   HS_GTRES.8.2.b
29593   HS_GTRES.8.2.c
29594   HS_GTRES.8.2.d
29595   BCMS.NWDI.1.1.1
29596   BCMS.NWDI.1.1.2
29597   BCMS.NWDI.1.1.3
29599   BCMS.NWDI.1.1.5
29600   BCMS.NWDI.1.2.1
29601   BCMS.NWDI.1.2.2
29602   BCMS.NWDI.1.2.3
29603   BCMS.NWDI.1.2.4
29604   BCMS.NWDI.1.2.5
29605   BCMS.NWDI.1.2.6
29606   BCMS.NWDI.1.3.1
29607   BCMS.NWDI.1.3.2
29608   BCMS.NWDI.1.3.3
29609   BCMS.NWDI.1.3.4
29610   BCMS.NWDI.1.3.5
29611   BCMS.NWDI.1.3.6
29612   BCMS.NWDI.1.4.1
29613   BCMS.NWDI.1.4.2
29614   BCMS.NWDI.1.4.3
29615   BCMS.NWDI.1.4.4
29616   BCMS.NWDI.1.5.1
29617   BCMS.NWDI.1.5.2
29618   BCMS.NWDI.1.5.3
29619   BCMS.NWDI.1.6.1
29620   BCMS.NWDI.1.6.2
29621   BCMS.NWDI.1.6.3
29622   BCMS.NWDI.1.6.4
29623   BCMS.NWDI.1.6.5
29624   BCMS.NWDI.1.7.1
29625   BCMS.NWDI.1.7.3
29626   BCMS.NWDI.1.7.1
29627   BCMS.NWDI.1.7.2
29628   BCMS.NWDI.1.7.3
29629   BCMS.NWDI.2.1.1
29630   BCMS.NWDI.2.1.2
29631   BCMS.NWDI.2.1.3
29632   BCMS.NWDI.2.1.4
29633   BCMS.NWDI.2.1.5
29634   BCMS.NWDI.2.2.1
29635   BCMS.NWDI.2.2.2
29636   BCMS.NWDI.2.2.3
29637   BCMS.NWDI.2.2.4
29638   BCMS.NWDI.2.2.5
29639   BCMS.NWDI.2.3.1
29640   BCMS.NWDI.2.3.2
29641   BCMS.NWDI.2.3.3
29642   BCMS.NWDI.2.3.4
29643   BCMS.NWDI.2.3.5
29644   BCMS.NWDI.2.3.6
29645   BCMS.NWDI.2.3.7
29646   BCMS.NWDI.2.4.1
29647   BCMS.NWDI.2.4.2
29648   BCMS.NWDI.2.4.3
29649   BCMS.NWDI.2.4.4
29650   BCMS.NWDI.2.4.5
29651   BCMS.NWDI.2.4.6
29652   BCMS.NWDI.2.5.1
29653   BCMS.NWDI.2.5.2
29654   BCMS.NWDI.2.5.3
29655   BCMS.NWDI.2.5.4
29656   BCMS.NWDI.2.5.5
29657   BCMS.NWDI.2.5.6
29658   BCMS.NWDI.2.6.6
29659   BCMS.NWDI.2.6.1
29660   BCMS.NWDI.2.6.2
29661   BCMS.NWDI.2.6.3
29662   BCMS.NWDI.2.6.4
29663   BCMS.NWDI.2.6.5
29664   BCMS.NWDI.2.6.6
29665   BCMS.NWDI.2.6.7
29666   BCMS.NWDI.2.6.8
29667   BCMS.NWDI.2.6.9
29668   BCMS.NWDI.2.7.1
29669   BCMS.NWDI.2.7.2
29670   BCMS.NWDI.2.7.3
29671   BCMS.NWDI.2.7.4
29672   BCMS.NWDI.2.7.5
29673   BCMS.NWDI.2.7.6
29674   BCMS.NWDI.2.7.7
29675   BCMS.NWDI.2.7.8
29676   BCMS.NWDI.2.7.9
29677   BCMS.NWDI.2.8.1
29678   BCMS.NWDI.2.8.2
29679   BCMS.NWDI.2.8.3
29680   BCMS.NWDI.2.8.4
29681   BCMS.NWDI.2.8.5
29682   BCMS.NWDI.2.9.1
29683   BCMS.NWDI.2.9.2
29684   BCMS.NWDI.2.9.3
29685   BCMS.NWDI.2.9.4
29686   BCMS.NWDI.2.9.5
29687   BCMS.NWDI.2.9.6
29688   BCMS.NWDI.2.10.1
29689   BCMS.NWDI.2.10.2
29690   BCMS.NWDI.2.10.3
29691   BCMS.NWDI.2.10.4
29692   BCMS.NWDI.2.10.5
29693   BCMS.NWDI.2.10.6
29694   BCMS.NWDI.2.10.7
29695   BCMS.NWDI.2.11.1
29696   BCMS.NWDI.2.11.2
29697   BCMS.NWDI.2.11.3
29698   BCMS.NWDI.2.11.4
29699   BCMS.NWDI.2.11.5
29700   BCMS.NWDI.2.11.6
29701   BCMS.NWDI.2.11.7
29702   BCMS.NWDII.1.1.1
29703   BCMS.NWDII.1.1.2
29704   BCMS.NWDII.1.1.3
29705   BCMS.NWDII.1.1.4
29706   BCMS.NWDII.1.2.1
29707   BCMS.NWDII.1.2.2
29708   BCMS.NWDII.1.2.3
29709   BCMS.NWDII.1.2.4
29710   BCMS.NWDII.1.2.5
29711   BCMS.NWDII.1.2.6
29712   BCMS.NWDII.1.2.7
29713   BCMS.NWDII.1.3.1
29714   BCMS.NWDII.1.3.2
29715   BCMS.NWDII.1.3.3
29716   BCMS.NWDII.1.3.4
29717   BCMS.NWDII.1.3.5
29718   BCMS.NWDII.1.3.6
29719   BCMS.NWDII.1.4.1
29720   BCMS.NWDII.1.4.2
29721   BCMS.NWDII.1.4.3
29722   BCMS.NWDII.1.4.4
29723   BCMS.NWDII.1.4.5
29724   BCMS.NWDII.1.5.1
29725   BCMS.NWDII.1.5.2
29726   BCMS.NWDII.1.5.3
29727   BCMS.NWDII.1.5.4
29728   BCMS.NWDII.1.5.5
29729   BCMS.NWDII.1.5.6
29730   BCMS.NWDII.1.6.1
29731   BCMS.NWDII.1.6.2
29732   BCMS.NWDII.1.6.3
29733   BCMS.NWDII.1.7.1
29734   BCMS.NWDII.1.7.2
29735   BCMS.NWDII.1.7.3
29736   BCMS.NWDII.1.7.4
29737   BCMS.NWDII.1.7.5
29738   BCMS.NWDII.1.8.1
29739   BCMS.NWDII.1.8.2
29740   BCMS.NWDII.1.8.3
29741   BCMS.NWDII.1.9.1
29742   BCMS.NWDII.1.9.2
29743   BCMS.NWDII.1.9.3
29744   BCMS.NWDII.1.9.4
29745   BCMS.NWDII.1.9.5
29746   BCMS.NWDII.1.9.6
29747   BCMS.NWDII.1.10.1
29748   BCMS.NWDII.1.10.2
29749   BCMS.NWDII.1.11.1
29750   BCMS.NWDII.1.11.2
29751   BCMS.NWDII.1.11.3
29752   BCMS.NWDII.1.11.4
29753   BCMS.NWDII.1.11.5
29754   BCMS.NWDII.2.1.1
29755   BCMS.NWDII.2.1.2
29756   BCMS.NWDII.2.1.3
29757   BCMS.NWDII.2.1.4
29758   BCMS.NWDII.2.1.5
29759   BCMS.NWDII.2.2.1
29760   BCMS.NWDII.2.2.2
29761   BCMS.NWDII.2.2.3
29762   BCMS.NWDII.2.2.4
29763   BCMS.NWDII.2.3.1
29764   BCMS.NWDII.2.3.2
29765   BCMS.NWDII.2.3.3
29766   BCMS.NWDII.2.3.4
29767   BCMS.NWDII.2.4.1
29768   BCMS.NWDII.2.4.2
29769   BCMS.NWDII.2.4.3
29770   BCMS.NWDII.2.5.1
29771   BCMS.NWDII.2.5.2
29772   BCMS.NWDII.2.5.3
29773   BCMS.NWDII.2.5.4
29774   BCMS.NWDII.2.6.1
29775   BCMS.NWDII.2.6.2
29776   BCMS.NWDII.2.6.3
29777   BCMS.NWDII.2.7.1
29778   BCMS.NWDII.2.7.2
29779   BCMS.NWDII.2.7.3
29780   BCMS.NWDII.2.7.4
29781   BCMS.NWDII.3.1.1
29782   BCMS.NWDII.3.1.2
29783   BCMS.NWDII.3.1.3
29784   BCMS.NWDII.3.2.1
29785   BCMS.NWDII.3.2.2
29786   BCMS.NWDII.3.2.3
29787   BCMS.NWDII.3.2.4
29788   BCMS.NWDII.3.3.1
29789   BCMS.NWDII.3.3.2
29790   BCMS.NWDII.3.3.3
29791   BCMS.NWDII.3.3.4
29792   BCMS.NWDII.3.4.1
29793   BCMS.NWDII.3.4.2
29794   BCMS.NWDII.3.4.3
29795   BCMS.NWDII.3.4.4
29796   BCMS.NWDII.3.4.5
29797   BCMS.NWDII.3.4.6
29798   BCMS.NWDII.3.5.1
29799   BCMS.NWDII.3.5.2
29800   BCMS.NWDII.3.5.3
29801   BCMS.NWDII.3.5.4
29802   BCMS.NWDII.3.6.1
29803   BCMS.NWDII.3.6.2
29804   BCMS.NWDII.3.6.3
29805   BCMS.NWDII.3.6.4
29806   BCMS.NWDII.3.6.5
29807   BCMS.NWDII.3.7.1
29808   BCMS.NWDII.3.7.2
29809   BCMS.NWDII.3.7.3
29810   BCMS.NWDII.3.8.1
29811   BCMS.NWDII.3.8.2
29812   BCMS.NWDII.3.8.3
29813   BCMS.NWDII.3.8.4
29814   et9-12.1.1.a.0
29815   et9-12.1.1.b.1
29816   et9-12.1.1.b.2
29817   et9-12.1.1.c.1
29818   et9-12.1.1.c.2
29819   et9-12.1.1.c.3
29820   et9-12.1.1.d.1
29821   et9-12.1.1.d.2
29822   et9-12.1.1.d.3
29823   et9-12.1.2.a.1
29824   et9-12.1.2.a.2
29825   et9-12.1.2.a.3
29826   et9-12.1.2.b.1
29827   et9-12.1.2.b.2
29828   et9-12.1.2.b.3
29829   et9-12.1.2.c.1
29830   et9-12.1.2.c.2
29831   et9-12.1.2.c.3
29832   et9-12.1.2.d.1
29833   et9-12.1.2.d.2
29834   et9-12.1.2.e.1
29835   et9-12.1.2.f.1
29836   et9-12.1.2.f.2
29837   et9-12.1.2.f.3
29838   et9-12.1.2.g.1
29839   et9-12.1.2.g.2
29840   et9-12.1.2.g.3
29841   et9-12.1.2.h.1
29842   et9-12.1.3.a.
29843   et9-12.1.3.a.2
29844   et9-12.1.3.b.1
29845   et9-12.1.3.b.2
29846   et9-12.1.3.c.1
29847   et9-12.1.3.d.
29848   et9-12.1.3.d.2
29849   et9-12.2.1.a.1
29850   et9-12.2.1.a.2
29851   et9-12.2.1.a.3
29852   et9-12.2.1.a.4
29853   et9-12.2.1.b.1
29854   et9-12.2.1.b.2
29855   et9-12.2.1.b.3
29856   et9-12.2.1.b.4
29857   et9-12.2.1.c.1
29858   et9-12.2.1.d.1
29859   et9-12.2.1.e.1
29860   et9-12.2.1.e.2
29861   et9-12.2.1.e.3
29862   et9-12.2.1.f.1
29863   et9-12.2.1.g.1
29864   et9-12.2.2.g.2
29865   et9-12.2.2.g.3
29866   et9-12.2.2.g.4
29867   et9-12.3.1.a.1
29868   et9-12.3.1.a.2
29869   et9-12.3.1.b.1
29870   et9-12.3.1.b.2
29871   et9-12.3.1.b.3
29872   et9-12.3.1.b.4
29873   et9-12.3.1.b.5
29874   et9-12.3.1.c.1
29875   et9-12.3.1.c.2
29876   et9-12.3.1.c.3
29877   et9-12.3.1.d.1
29878   et9-12.3.1.d.2
29879   et9-12.3.1.d.3
29880   et9-12.3.1.d.4
29881   et9-12.3.1.a.1
29882   et9-12.3.2.a.2
29883   et9-12.3.2.a.3
29884   et9-12.3.2.a.4
29885   et9-12.3.2.a.5
29886   et9-12.3.3.a.1
29887   et9-12.3.3.a.2
29888   et9-12.3.3.a.3
29889   et9-12.4.3.a.
29890   et9-12.4.3.a.2
29891   et9-12.4.3.a.
29892   et9-12.4.1.a.1
29893   et9-12.4.1.a.2
29894   et9-12.4.1.a.3
29895   et9-12.4.1.a.4
29896   et9-12.5.1.a.1
29897   et9-12.5.1.a.2
29898   et9-12.5.2.a.0
29899   et9-12.5..b.0
29900   et9-12.5.3.a.1
29901   et9-12.5.4.a.2
29902   et9-12.5.5.a.3
29903   et9-12.5.4.a.1
29904   et9-12.6.1.a.1
29905   et9-12.5.1.a.2
29906   et9-12.5.1.a.3
29907   et9-12.5.2.a.1
29908   et9-12.5.1.a.2
29909   et9-12.5.1.a.3
29910   elss.4.1.L0
29911   elss.4.1.L1
29912   elss.4.1.L2
29913   elss.4.1.L3
29914   elss.4.1.L4
29915   elss.4.1.L5
29916   elss.4.1.L6
29917   elss.4.2.L0
29918   elss.4.2.L1
29919   elss.4.2.L2
29920   elss.4.2.L3
29921   elss.4.2.L4
29922   elss.4.2.L4
29923   elss.4.2.L5
29924   elss.4.2.L6
29925   elss.4.2.L7
29926   elss.4.3.L0
29927   elss.4.3.L1
29928   elss.4.3.L2
29929   elss.4.3.L3
29930   elss.4.3.L4
29931   elss.4.3.L5
29932   elss.4.3.L6
29933   elss.4.3.L7
29934   elss.4.4.L0
29935   elss.4.4.L1
29936   elss.4.4.L2
29937   elss.4.4.L3
29938   elss.4.4.L4
29939   elss.4.4.L4
29940   elss.4.4.L5
29941   elss.4.4.L6
29942   elss.5.1.L0
29943   elss.5.1.L1
29944   elss.5.1.L2
29945   elss.5.1.L3
29946   elss.5.1.L4
29947   elss.5.1.L5
29948   elss.5.1.L5
29949   elss.5.1.L6
29950   elss.5.2.L0
29951   elss.5.2.L1
29952   elss.5.2.L2
29953   elss.5.2.L4
29954   elss.5.2.L3
29955   elss.5.3.L0
29956   elss.5.3.L2
29957   elss.5.3.L3
29958   elss.5.3.L4
29959   elss.5.3.L1
29960   elss.5.3.L5
29961   elss.5.3.L6
29962   elss.5.3.L7
29963   elss.5.3.L8
29964   elss.5.4.L0
29965   elss.5.4.L2
29966   elss.5.4.L3
29967   elss.5.4.L5
29968   elss.5.4.L4
29969   elss.5.4.L8
29970   elss.5.4.L6
29971   elss.5.4.L9
29972   elss.5.4.L7
29973   elss.5.4.L1
29976   MSFACS.6.3.2.a
29977   MSFACS.6.3.2.b
29978   MSFACS.6.3.2.c
29979   elss.k.1.1
29980   elss.k.1.2
29981   elss.k.1.3
29982   elss.k.1.4
29983   elss.k.1.5
29984   elss.k.1.6
29985   elss.k.1.7
29986   elss.k.2.1
29987   elss.k.2.2
29988   elss.k.2.3
29989   elss.k.2.4
29990   elss.k.2.5
29991   elss.k.2.6
29992   elss.k.2.7
29993   elss.k.3.1
29994   elss.k.3.2
29995   elss.k.3.3
29996   elss.k.3.4
29997   elss.k.3.5
29998   elss.k.3.6
29999   elss.k.3.7
31208   esolintrohist.4.swi.2.f
31207   esolintrohist.4.swi.2.e
31205   esolintrohist.4.swi.2.c
31206   esolintrohist.4.swi.2.d
31203   esolintrohist.4.swi.2.a
31204   esolintrohist.4.swi.2.b
31202   esolintrohist.4.swi.1.d
31201   esolintrohist.4.swi.1.c
31200   esolintrohist.4.swi.1.b
31199   esolintrohist.4.swi.1.a
31198   esolintrohist.4.sri.5.b
31197   esolintrohist.4.sri.5.a
31196   esolintrohist.4.sri.4.i
31195   esolintrohist.4.sri.4.h
31194   esolintrohist.4.sri.4.g
31193   esolintrohist.4.sri.4.f
31192   esolintrohist.4.sri.4.e
31191   esolintrohist.4.sri.4.d
31189   esolintrohist.4.sri.4.b
31190   esolintrohist.4.sri.4.c
31187   esolintrohist.4.sri.3.h
31188   esolintrohist.4.sri.4.a
31185   esolintrohist.4.sri.3.f
31186   esolintrohist.4.sri.3.g
31184   esolintrohist.4.sri.3.e
31183   esolintrohist.4.sri.3.d
31182   esolintrohist.4.sri.3.c
31181   esolintrohist.4.sri.3.b
31180   esolintrohist.4.sri.3.a
31178   esolintrohist.4.sri.2.e
31179   esolintrohist.4.sri.2.f
31176   esolintrohist.4.sri.2.c
31177   esolintrohist.4.sri.2.d
31175   esolintrohist.4.sri.2.b
31174   esolintrohist.4.sri.2.a
31173   esolintrohist.4.sri.1.c
31172   esolintrohist.4.sri.1.b
31171   esolintrohist.4.lsl.5.m
31170   esolintrohist.4.lsl.5.l
31169   esolintrohist.4.lsl.5.k
31168   esolintrohist.4.lsl.5.j
31167   esolintrohist.4.lsl.5.i
31166   esolintrohist.4.lsl.5.h
31165   esolintrohist.4.lsl.5.g
31164   esolintrohist.4.lsl.5.f
31163   esolintrohist.4.lsl.5.e
31162   esolintrohist.4.lsl.5.d
31161   esolintrohist.4.lsl.5.c
31160   esolintrohist.4.lsl.3.i
31159   esolintrohist.4.lsl.3.h
31158   esolintrohist.4.lsl.3.g
31157   esolintrohist.4.lsl.3.f
31156   esolintrohist.4.lsl.3.e
31155   esolintrohist.4.lsl.3.d
31154   esolintrohist.4.lsl.3.c
31153   esolintrohist.4.lsl.3.b
31152   esolintrohist.4.lsl.3.a
31151   esolintrohist.4.lsl.2.i
31138   esolintrohist.4.lsl.1.b
31137   esolintrohist.4.lsl.1.a
31136   esolintrohist.4.co.d.1.e
31134   esolintrohist.4.co.d.1.c
31135   esolintrohist.4.co.d.1.d
31133   esolintrohist.4.co.d.1.b
31132   esolintrohist.4.co.d.1.a
31130   esolintrohist.4.co.c.1.c
31131   esolintrohist.4.co.c.1.d
31129   esolintrohist.4.co.c.1.b
31127   esolintrohist.4.co.b.1.d
31128   esolintrohist.4.co.c.1.a
31126   esolintrohist.4.co.b.1.c
31125   esolintrohist.4.co.b.1.b
31124   esolintrohist.4.co.b.1.a
31123   esolintrohist.4.co.a.1.f
31122   esolintrohist.4.co.a.1.e
31121   esolintrohist.4.co.a.1.d
31120   esolintrohist.4.co.a.1.c
31119   esolintrohist.4.co.a.1.b
31118   esolintrohist.4.co.a.1.a
31117   esoleld2.2.zzz.1.z
31116   esolintrohist.3.xyz.1.d
31115   esolintrohist.3.xyz.1.c
31114   esolintrohist.3.xyz.1.b
31112   esolintrohist.3.swi.4.f
31113   esolintrohist.3.xyz.1.a
31111   esolintrohist.3.swi.4.e
31110   esolintrohist.3.swi.4.d
31109   esolintrohist.3.swi.4.c
31108   esolintrohist.3.swi.4.b
31107   esolintrohist.3.swi.4.a
31106   esolintrohist.3.swi.3.g
31105   esolintrohist.3.swi.3.f
31104   esolintrohist.3.swi.3.e
31103   esolintrohist.3.swi.3.c
31102   esolintrohist.3.swi.3.b
31101   esolintrohist.3.swi.3.a
31100   esolintrohist.3.swi.2.f
31098   esolintrohist.3.swi.2.d
31099   esolintrohist.3.swi.2.e
31097   esolintrohist.3.swi.2.c
31096   esolintrohist.3.swi.2.b
31095   esolintrohist.3.swi.2.a
31094   esolintrohist.3.swi.1.d
31093   esolintrohist.3.swi.1.c
31092   esolintrohist.3.swi.1.b
31091   esolintrohist.3.swi.1.a
31090   esolintrohist.3.sri.5.b
31089   esolintrohist.3.sri.5.a
31088   esolintrohist.3.sri.4.h
31087   esolintrohist.3.sri.4.g
31086   esolintrohist.3.sri.4.f
31085   esolintrohist.3.sri.4.e
31084   esolintrohist.3.sri.4.d
31083   esolintrohist.3.sri.4.c
31082   esolintrohist.3.sri.4.b
31081   esolintrohist.3.sri.4.a
31080   esolintrohist.3.sri.3.h
31079   esolintrohist.3.sri.3.g
31078   esolintrohist.3.sri.3.f
31077   esolintrohist.3.sri.3.e
31076   esolintrohist.3.sri.3.d
31074   esolintrohist.3.sri.3.b
31075   esolintrohist.3.sri.3.c
31073   esolintrohist.3.sri.3.a
31072   esolintrohist.3.sri.2.f
31071   esolintrohist.3.sri.2.e
31070   esolintrohist.3.sri.2.d
31069   esolintrohist.3.sri.2.c
31068   esolintrohist.3.sri.2.b
31066   esolintrohist.3.sri.1.b
31067   esolintrohist.3.sri.2.a
31064   esolintrohist.3.lsl.5.g
31065   esolintrohist.3.sri.1.a
31063   esolintrohist.3.lsl.5.f
31061   esolintrohist.3.lsl.5.d
31062   esolintrohist.3.lsl.5.e
31060   esolintrohist.3.lsl.5.c
31059   esolintrohist.3.lsl.5.b
31058   esolintrohist.3.lsl.5.a
31057   esolintrohist.3.lsl.3.g
31056   esolintrohist.3.lsl.3.f
31055   esolintrohist.3.lsl.3.e
31054   esolintrohist.3.lsl.3.d
31053   esolintrohist.3.lsl.3.c
31052   esolintrohist.3.lsl.3.b
31051   esolintrohist.3.lsl.3.a
31050   esolintrohist.3.lsl.2.l
31049   esolintrohist.3.lsl.2.k
31048   esolintrohist.3.lsl.2.g
31047   esolintrohist.3.lsl.2.f
31046   esolintrohist.3.lsl.2.e
31045   esolintrohist.3.lsl.2.d
31044   esolintrohist.3.lsl.2.c
31043   esolintrohist.3.lsl.2.b
31042   esolintrohist.3.lsl.2.a
31041   esolintrohist.3.lsl.1.g
31040   esolintrohist.3.lsl.1.f
31039   esolintrohist.3.lsl.1.e
31038   esolintrohist.3.lsl.1.d
31037   esolintrohist.3.lsl.1.c
31035   esolintrohist.3.lsl.1.a
31036   esolintrohist.3.lsl.1.b
31034   esolintrohist.3.co.e.1.f
31033   esolintrohist.3.co.e.1.e
31032   esolintrohist.3.co.e.1.d
31031   esolintrohist.3.co.e.1.c
31029   esolintrohist.3.co.e.1.a
31030   esolintrohist.3.co.e.1.b
31028   esolintrohist.3.co.d.1.c
31027   esolintrohist.3.co.d.1.b
31026   esolintrohist.3.co.d.1.a
31025   esolintrohist.3.co.c.1.c
31024   esolintrohist.3.co.c.1.b
31022   esolintrohist.3.co.b.1.d
31023   esolintrohist.3.co.c.1.a
31021   esolintrohist.3.co.b.1.c
31020   esolintrohist.3.co.b.1.b
31019   esolintrohist.3.co.b.1.a
31017   esolintrohist.3.co.a.1.c
31018   esolintrohist.3.co.a.1.d
31016   esolintrohist.3.co.a.1.b
31015   esolintrohist.3.co.a.1.a
31014   esolintrohist.2.zzz.1.z
31013   esolintrohist.2.xyz.1.d
31012   esolintrohist.2.xyz.1.c
31011   esolintrohist.2.xyz.1.b
31009   esolintrohist.2.swi.4.f
31010   esolintrohist.2.xyz.1.a
31008   esolintrohist.2.swi.4.e
31007   esolintrohist.2.swi.4.d
31006   esolintrohist.2.swi.4.c
31005   esolintrohist.2.swi.4.b
31004   esolintrohist.2.swi.4.a
31003   esolintrohist.2.swi.3.g
31002   esolintrohist.2.swi.3.f
31001   esolintrohist.2.swi.3.e
31000   esolintrohist.2.swi.3.c
30999   esolintrohist.2.swi.3.b
30997   esolintrohist.2.swi.2.e
30998   esolintrohist.2.swi.3.a
30996   esolintrohist.2.swi.2.d
30995   esolintrohist.2.swi.2.b
30994   esolintrohist.2.swi.2.a
30993   esolintrohist.2.swi.1.d
30992   esolintrohist.2.swi.1.c
30991   esolintrohist.2.swi.1.b
30990   esolintrohist.2.swi.1.a
30988   esolintrohist.2.sri.5.a
30989   esolintrohist.2.sri.5.b
30986   esolintrohist.2.sri.4.h
30987   esolintrohist.2.sri.4.I
30985   esolintrohist.2.sri.4.g
30984   esolintrohist.2.sri.4.f
30983   esolintrohist.2.sri.4.e
30981   esolintrohist.2.sri.4.c
30982   esolintrohist.2.sri.4.d
30980   esolintrohist.2.sri.4.b
30979   esolintrohist.2.sri.4.a
30978   esolintrohist.2.sri.3.h
30976   esolintrohist.2.sri.3.f
30977   esolintrohist.2.sri.3.g
30975   esolintrohist.2.sri.3.e
30974   esolintrohist.2.sri.3.d
30971   esolintrohist.2.sri.3.a
30972   esolintrohist.2.sri.3.b
30973   esolintrohist.2.sri.3.c
30970   esolintrohist.2.sri.2.f
30968   esolintrohist.2.sri.2.d
30969   esolintrohist.2.sri.2.e
30967   esolintrohist.2.sri.2.c
30966   esolintrohist.2.sri.2.b
30961   esolintrohist.2.lsl.5.e
30960   esolintrohist.2.lsl.5.d
30959   esolintrohist.2.lsl.5.c
30958   esolintrohist.2.lsl.5.b
30957   esolintrohist.2.lsl.5.a
30956   esolintrohist.2.lsl.3.h
30955   esolintrohist.2.lsl.3.g
30953   esolintrohist.2.lsl.3.e
30954   esolintrohist.2.lsl.3.f
30952   esolintrohist.2.lsl.3.d
30951   esolintrohist.2.lsl.3.c
30950   esolintrohist.2.lsl.3.b
30949   esolintrohist.2.lsl.3.a
30944   esolintrohist.2.lsl.2.a
30945   esolintrohist.2.lsl.2.b
30943   esolintrohist.2.lsl.1.g
30942   esolintrohist.2.lsl.1.f
30941   esolintrohist.2.lsl.1.e
30940   esolintrohist.2.lsl.1.d
30939   esolintrohist.2.lsl.1.c
30938   esolintrohist.2.lsl.1.b
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30775   esoleld1.4.sri.1.a
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31818   s3.2.cum.2.c
31819   s3.2.cum.2.d
31820   s3.2.lan.1.a
31821   s3.2.lan.1.b
31822   s3.2.lan.1.c
31823   s3.2.lan.1.d
31824   s3.2.lan.1.e
31825   s3.2.lan.1.f
31826   s3.2.yyy.1.a
31827   s3.2.zzz.1.a
31828   s3.3.cip.1.a
31829   s3.3.cip.1.b
31830   s3.3.cip.1.c
31831   s3.3.cip.1.d
31832   s3.3.cip.1.e
31833   s3.3.cip.1.f
31834   s3.3.cip.1.g
31835   s3.3.cip.1.h
31836   s3.3.cip.2.a
31837   s3.3.cip.2.b
31838   s3.3.cip.2.c
31839   s3.3.cip.2.d
31840   s3.3.cip.2.e
31841   s3.3.cip.3.a
31842   s3.3.cip.3.b
31843   s3.3.cip.3.c
31844   s3.3.clt.1.a
31845   s3.3.clt.1.b
31846   s3.3.clt.1.a
31847   s3.3.clt.1.b
31848   s3.3.con.1.a
31849   s3.3.con.1.b
31850   s3.3.con.1.c
31851   s3.3.con.1.d
31852   s3.3.con.2.a
31853   s3.3.con.2.b
31854   s3.3.con.2.c
31855   s3.3.con.2.d
31856   s3.3.con.2.e
31857   s3.3.con.2.f
31858   s3.3.cps.1.a
31859   s3.3.cps.1.b
31860   s3.3.cps.1.c
31861   s3.3.cps.2.a
31862   s3.3.cps.2.b
31863   s3.3.cum.1.a
31864   s3.3.cum.1.b
31865   s3.3.cum.1.c
31866   s3.3.cum.1.d
31867   s3.3.cum.2.a
31868   s3.3.cum.2.b
31869   s3.3.cum.2.c
31870   s3.3.cum.2.d
31871   s3.3.cum.2.e
31872   s3.3.lan.1.a
31873   s3.3.lan.1.b
31874   s3.3.lan.1.c
31875   s3.3.lan.1.d
31876   s3.3.lan.1.e
31877   s3.3.yyy.1.a
31878   s3.3.zzz.1.a
31879   s3.4.cip.1.a
31880   s3.4.cip.1.b
31881   s3.4.cip.1.c
31882   s3.4.cip.1.d
31883   s3.4.cip.1.e
31884   s3.4.cip.1.f
31885   s3.4.cip.2.a
31886   s3.4.cip.2.b
31887   s3.4.cip.2.c
31888   s3.4.cip.2.d
31889   s3.4.cip.2.e
31890   s3.4.cip.3.a
31891   s3.4.cip.3.b
31892   s3.4.cip.3.c
31893   s3.4.clt.1.a
31894   s3.4.clt.1.b
31895   s3.4.clt.2.a
31896   s3.4.clt.2.b
31897   s3.4.con.1.a
31898   s3.4.con.1.b
31899   s3.4.con.1.c
31900   s3.4.con.1.d
31901   s3.4.con.2.a
31902   s3.4.con.2.b
31903   s3.4.con.2.c
31904   s3.4.con.2.d
31905   s3.4.con.2.e
31906   s3.4.con.2.f
31907   s3.4.cps.1.a
31908   s3.4.cps.1.b
31909   s3.4.cps.1.c
31910   s3.4.cps.1.d
31911   s3.4.cps.1.e
31912   s3.4.cps.1.f
31913   s3.4.cps.2.a
31914   s3.4.cps.2.b
31915   s3.4.cps.2.c
31916   s3.4.cum.1.a
31917   s3.4.cum.1.b
31918   s3.4.cum.1.c
31919   s3.4.cum.1.d
31920   s3.4.cum.2.a
31921   s3.4.cum.2.b
31922   s3.4.cum.2.c
31923   s3.4.cum.2.d
31924   s3.4.cum.2.e
31925   s3.4.lan.1.a
31926   s3.4.lan.1.b
31927   s3.4.lan.1.c
31928   s3.4.yyy.1.a
31929   s3.4.zzz.1.a
31930   s4.1.cip.1.a
31931   s4.1.cip.1.b
31932   s4.1.cip.1.c
31933   s4.1.cip.1.d
31934   s4.1.cip.1.e
31935   s4.1.cip.1.f
31936   s4.1.cip.1.g
31937   s4.1.cip.2.a
31938   s4.1.cip.2.b
31939   s4.1.cip.2.c
31940   s4.1.cip.2.d
31941   s4.1.cip.2.e
31942   s4.1.cip.3.a
31943   s4.1.cip.3.b
31944   s4.1.cip.3.c
31945   s4.1.clt.1.a
31946   s4.1.clt.1.b
31947   s4.1.clt.2.a
31948   s4.1.clt.2.b
31949   s4.1.con.1.a
31950   s4.1.con.1.b
31951   s4.1.con.2.a
31952   s4.1.con.2.b
31953   s4.1.con.2.c
31954   s4.1.con.2.d
31955   s4.1.con.2.e
31956   s4.1.con.2.f
31957   s4.1.cps.1.a
31958   s4.1.cps.1.b
31959   s4.1.cps.1.c
31960   s4.1.cps.1.d
31961   s4.1.cps.1.e
31962   s4.1.cps.1.f
31963   s4.1.cps.2.a
31964   s4.1.cps.2.b
31965   s4.1.cum.1.a
31966   s4.1.cum.1.b
31967   s4.1.cum.1.c
31968   s4.1.cum.1.d
31969   s4.1.cum.2.a
31970   s4.1.cum.2.b
31971   s4.1.cum.2.c
31972   s4.1.cum.2.d
31973   s4.1.cum.2.e
31974   s4.1.lan.1.a
31975   s4.1.lan.1.b
31976   s4.1.lan.1.c
31977   s4.1.lan.1.d
31978   s4.1.lan.1.e
31979   s4.1.lan.1.f
31980   s4.1.yyy.1.a
31981   s4.1.zzz.1.a
31982   s4.2.cip.1.a
31983   s4.2.cip.1.b
31984   s4.2.cip.1.c
31985   s4.2.cip.1.d
31986   s4.2.cip.1.e
31987   s4.2.cip.1.f
31988   s4.2.cip.1.g
31989   s4.2.cip.2.a
31990   s4.2.cip.2.b
31991   s4.2.cip.2.c
31992   s4.2.cip.2.d
31993   s4.2.cip.2.e
31994   s4.2.cip.3.a
31995   s4.2.cip.3.b
31996   s4.2.cip.3.c
31997   s4.2.clt.1.a
31998   s4.2.clt.1.b
31999   s4.2.clt.2.a
32000   s4.2.clt.2.b
32001   s4.2.con.1.a
32002   s4.2.con.1.b
32003   s4.2.con.2.a
32004   s4.2.con.2.b
32005   s4.2.con.2.c
32006   s4.2.con.2.d
32007   s4.2.con.2.e
32008   s4.2.con.2.f
32009   s4.2.cps.1.a
32010   s4.2.cps.1.b
32011   s4.2.cps.1.c
32012   s4.2.cps.1.d
32013   s4.2.cps.1.e
32014   s4.2.cps.1.f
32015   s4.2.cps.2.a
32016   s4.2.cps.2.b
32017   s4.2.cum.1.a
32018   s4.2.cum.1.b
32019   s4.2.cum.1.c
32020   s4.2.cum.1.d
32021   s4.2.cum.2.a
32022   s4.2.cum.2.b
32023   s4.2.cum.2.c
32024   s4.2.cum.2.d
32025   s4.2.lan.1.a
32026   s4.2.lan.1.b
32027   s4.2.lan.1.c
32028   s4.2.lan.1.d
32029   s4.2.lan.1.e
32030   s4.2.lan.1.f
32031   s4.2.lan.1.g
32032   s4.2.yyy.1.a
32033   s4.2.zzz.1.a
32034   s4.3.cip.1.a
32035   s4.3.cip.1.b
32036   s4.3.cip.1.c
32037   s4.3.cip.1.d
32038   s4.3.cip.1.e
32039   s4.3.cip.1.f
32040   s4.3.cip.1.g
32041   s4.3.cip.2.a
32042   s4.3.cip.2.b
32043   s4.3.cip.2.c
32044   s4.3.cip.2.d
32045   s4.3.cip.2.e
32046   s4.3.cip.3.a
32047   s4.3.cip.3.b
32048   s4.3.cip.3.c
32049   s4.3.clt.1.a
32050   s4.3.clt.1.b
32051   s4.3.clt.1.a
32052   s4.3.clt.1.b
32053   s4.3.con.1.a
32054   s4.3.con.1.b
32055   s4.3.con.2.a
32056   s4.3.con.2.b
32057   s4.3.con.2.c
32058   s4.3.con.2.d
32059   s4.3.con.2.e
32060   s4.3.con.2.f
32061   s4.3.cps.1.a
32062   s4.3.cps.1.b
32063   s4.3.cps.1.c
32064   s4.3.cps.2.a
32065   s4.3.cps.2.b
32066   s4.3.cum.1.a
32067   s4.3.cum.1.b
32068   s4.3.cum.1.c
32069   s4.3.cum.1.d
32070   s4.3.cum.2.a
32071   s4.3.cum.2.b
32072   s4.3.cum.2.c
32073   s4.3.cum.2.d
32074   s4.3.cum.2.e
32075   s4.3.lan.1.a
32076   s4.3.lan.1.b
32077   s4.3.lan.1.c
32078   s4.3.lan.1.d
32079   s4.3.lan.1.e
32080   s4.3.yyy.1.a
32081   s4.3.zzz.1.a
32082   s4.4.cip.1.a
32083   s4.4.cip.1.b
32084   s4.4.cip.1.c
32085   s4.4.cip.1.d
32086   s4.4.cip.1.e
32087   s4.4.cip.1.f
32088   s4.4.cip.1.g
32089   s4.4.cip.2.a
32090   s4.4.cip.2.b
32091   s4.4.cip.2.c
32092   s4.4.cip.2.d
32093   s4.4.cip.2.e
32094   s4.4.cip.3.a
32095   s4.4.cip.3.b
32096   s4.4.cip.3.c
32097   s4.4.clt.1.a
32098   s4.4.clt.1.b
32099   s4.4.clt.2.a
32100   s4.4.clt.2.b
32101   s4.4.con.1.a
32102   s4.4.con.1.b
32103   s4.4.con.2.a
32104   s4.4.con.2.b
32105   s4.4.con.2.c
32106   s4.4.con.2.d
32107   s4.4.con.2.e
32108   s4.4.con.2.f
32109   s4.4.cps.1.a
32110   s4.4.cps.1.b
32111   s4.4.cps.1.c
32112   s4.4.cps.1.d
32113   s4.4.cps.1.e
32114   s4.4.cps.1.f
32115   s4.4.cps.2.a
32116   s4.4.cps.2.b
32117   s4.4.cps.2.c
32118   s4.4.cum.1.a
32119   s4.4.cum.1.b
32120   s4.4.cum.1.c
32121   s4.4.cum.1.d
32122   s4.4.cum.2.a
32123   s4.4.cum.2.b
32124   s4.4.cum.2.c
32125   s4.4.cum.2.d
32126   s4.4.cum.2.e
32127   s4.4.lan.1.a
32128   s4.4.lan.1.b
32129   s4.4.lan.1.c
32130   s4.4.lan.1.d
32131   s4.4.lan.1.e
32132   s4.4.lan.1.f
32133   s4.4.yyy.1.a
32134   s4.4.zzz.1.a
34579   FE.4.3.a
34578   FE.4.2.e
34577   FE.4.2.d
34576   FE.4.2.c
34575   FE.4.2.b
34574   FE.4.2.a
34573   FE.4.1.d
34572   FE.4.1.c
34571   FE.4.1.b
34570   FE.4.1.a
34569   FE.3.3.e
34568   FE.3.3.d
34567   FE.3.3.c
34566   FE.3.3.b
34565   FE.3.3.a
34564   FE.3.2.d
34563   FE.3.2.c
34562   FE.3.2.b
34561   FE.3.2.a
34560   FE.3.1.e
34559   FE.3.1.d
34558   FE.3.1.c
34556   FE.3.1.a
34557   FE.3.1.b
34555   FE.2.4.d
34554   FE.2.4.c
34553   FE.2.4.b
34552   FE.2.4.a
34551   FE.2.3.b
34550   FE.2.3.a
34549   FE.2.2.f
34548   FE.2.2.e
34547   FE.2.2.d
34546   FE.2.2.c
34545   FE.2.2.b
34544   FE.2.2.a
34543   FE.2.1.d
34542   FE.2.1.c
34541   FE.2.1.b
34540   FE.2.1.a
34539   FE.1.4.c
34538   FE.1.4.b
34537   FE.1.4.a
34536   FE.1.3.d
34527   FE.1.1.a
34528   FE.1.1.b
34529   FE.1.1.c
34530   FE.1.1.d
34531   FE.1.2.a
34532   FE.1.2.b
34533   FE.1.3.a
34534   FE.1.3.b
34535   FE.1.3.c
32195   geom.01.01.01
32196   geom.01.01.02
32197   geom.01.01.03
32198   geom.01.01.04
32199   geom.01.01.05
32200   geom.01.01.06
32201   geom.01.01.07
32202   geom.01.01.08
32203   geom.01.01.09
32204   geom.01.01.10
32205   geom.01.02.01
32206   geom.01.02.02
32207   geom.01.02.03
32208   geom.01.02.04
32209   geom.01.02.05
32210   geom.01.02.06
32211   geom.01.02.07
32212   geom.01.02.08
32213   geom.01.02.09
32214   geom.01.02.10
32215   geom.01.02.11
32216   geom.01.03.01
32217   geom.01.03.02
32218   geom.01.03.03
32219   geom.02.03.04
32220   geom.02.03.05
32221   geom.02.04.01
32222   geom.02.04.02
32223   geom.02.04.03
32224   geom.02.04.04
32225   geom.02.04.05
32226   geom.02.04.06
32227   geom.02.04.07
32228   geom.02.04.08
32229   geom.02.04.09
32230   geom.02.04.10
32231   geom.02.05.01
32232   geom.02.05.02
32233   geom.02.05.03
32234   geom.02.05.04
32235   geom.02.05.05
32236   geom.03.06.01
32237   geom.03.06.02
32238   geom.03.06.03
32239   geom.03.06.04
32240   geom.03.06.05
32241   geom.03.06.06
32242   geom.03.06.07
32243   geom.03.06.08
32244   geom.03.07.01
32245   geom.03.07.02
32246   geom.03.07.03
32247   geom.03.07.04
32248   geom.03.07.05
32249   geom.03.07.06
32250   geom.03.07.07
32251   geom.03.07.08
32252   geom.03.08.01
32253   geom.03.08.02
32254   geom.03.08.03
32255   geom.04.08.04
32256   geom.04.08.05
32257   geom.04.08.06
32258   geom.04.08.07
32259   geom.04.08.08
32260   geom.04.09.01
32261   geom.04.09.02
32262   geom.04.09.03
32263   geom.04.09.04
32264   geom.04.09.05
32265   geom.04.09.06
32266   geom.04.09.07
32267   geom.04.09.08
32268   geom.04.09.09
32269   geom.04.09.10
32270   geom.04.10.01
32271   geom.04.10.02
32272   geom.04.10.03
32273   geom.04.10.04
32274   geom.04.10.05
32275   geom.04.10.06
32276   geom.04.11.01
32277   geom.04.11.02
32278   geom.04.11.03
32279   geom.04.11.04
32280   geom.04.12.01
32281   geom.04.12.02
32282   geom.04.12.03
32283   geom.04.12.04
32284   geom.04.12.05
32285   geom.04.12.06
32286   geom.04.12.07
32287   geom.04.12.08
35062   eng12.3.3.a
35063   eng12.3.3.b
35064   eng12.3.3.c
35065   eng12.3.3.d
35066   eng12.3.4.a.1
35067   eng12.3.4.a.2
35068   eng12.3.4.a.3
35069   eng12.3.4.a.4
35070   eng12.3.4.a.5
35071   eng12.3.4.a.6
35072   eng12.3.4.b
35073   eng12.3.4.c
35074   eng12.3.4.d
35075   eng12.4.1.a.1
35076   eng12.4.1.a.2
35077   eng12.4.1.a.3
35078   eng12.4.1.a.4
35079   eng12.4.1.a.5
35080   eng12.4.1.a.6
35081   eng12.4.1.a.7
35082   eng12.4.1.a.8
35083   eng12.4.1.a.9
35084   eng12.4.1.a.10
35085   eng12.4.1.a.11
35086   eng12.4.1.a.12
35087   eng12.4.1.b.1
35088   eng12.4.1.b.2
35089   eng12.4.1.b.3
35090   eng12.4.1.b.4
35091   eng12.4.1.b.5
35092   eng12.4.1.b.6
35093   eng12.4.1.b.7
35094   eng12.4.2.a.1
35095   eng12.4.2.a.2
35096   eng12.4.2.a.3
35097   eng12.4.2.b
35098   eng12.4.2.c
35099   eng12.4.2.d
35100   eng12.4.2.e
35101   eng12.4.2.f
35102   eng12.4.2.g
35103   eng12.4.2.h
35104   eng12.4.2.i
35105   eng12.4.3.a
35106   eng12.4.3.b
35107   eng12.4.3.c
35108   eng12.4.3.d
35109   eng12.4.3.e
35110   eng12.4.3.f
35111   eng12.4.4.a.1
35112   eng12.4.4.a.2
35113   eng12.4.4.a.3
35114   eng12.4.4.a.4
35115   eng12.4.4.a.5
35116   eng12.4.4.a.6
35117   eng12.4.4.b
35118   eng12.4.4.c
35119   eng12.4.4.d
35120   eng12.5.1.a.1
35121   eng12.5.1.a.2
35122   eng12.5.1.a.3
35123   eng12.5.1.a.4
35124   eng12.5.1.a.5
35125   eng12.5.1.a.6
35126   eng12.5.1.a.7
35127   eng12.5.1.a.8
35128   eng12.5.1.a.9
35129   eng12.5.1.a.10
35130   eng12.5.1.a.11
35131   eng12.5.1.a.12
35132   eng12.5.1.b.1
35133   eng12.5.1.b.2
35134   eng12.5.1.b.3
35135   eng12.5.1.b.4
35136   eng12.5.2.a.1
35137   eng12.5.2.a.2
35138   eng12.5.2.a.3
35139   eng12.5.2.b.1
35140   eng12.5.2.b.2
35141   eng12.5.2.b.3
35142   eng12.5.2.b.4
35143   eng12.5.2.c
35144   eng12.5.2.d
35145   eng12.5.2.e
35146   eng12.5.2.f.1
35147   eng12.5.2.f.2
35148   eng12.5.2.f.3
35149   eng12.5.2.f.4
35150   eng12.5.2.f.5
35151   eng12.5.2.g
35152   eng12.5.2.h
35153   eng12.5.2.i
35154   eng12.5.3.a
35155   eng12.5.3.b
35156   eng12.5.3.c
35157   eng12.5.3.d
35158   eng12.5.3.e
35159   eng12.5.3.f
35160   eng12.5.3.g
35161   eng12.5.4.a.1
35162   eng12.5.4.a.2
35163   eng12.5.4.a.3
35164   eng12.5.4.a.4
35165   eng12.5.4.a.5
35166   eng12.5.4.a.6
35167   eng12.5.4.b
35168   eng12.5.4.c
35169   eng12.6.1.a.1
35170   eng12.6.1.a.2
35171   eng12.6.1.b.1
35172   eng12.6.1.b.2
35173   eng12.6.2.a.1
35174   eng12.6.2.a.2
35175   eng12.6.2.b.1
35176   eng12.6.2.b.2
35177   eng12.6.2.b.3
35178   eng12.6.3.a.1
35179   eng12.6.3.a.2
35180   eng12.6.3.a.3
35181   eng12.6.3.a.4
35182   eng12.6.3.b.1
35183   eng12.6.3.b.2
35184   eng12.6.3.b.3
35185   eng12.6.3.b.4
35186   eng12.6.3.c
35187   eng12.6.4.a.1
35188   eng12.6.4.a.2
35189   eng12.6.4.a.3
35190   eng12.6.4.a.4
35191   eng12.6.4.a.5
35192   eng12.6.4.b.1
35193   eng12.6.4.b.2
35194   eng12.6.4.b.3
35195   eng12.6.4.b.4
35196   eng12.6.4.c.1
35197   eng12.6.4.c.2
35198   eng12.6.4.c.3
35199   eng12.6.4.c.4
35200   eng12.6.4.c.5
35201   eng12.6.5.a.1
35202   eng12.6.5.a.1.a
35203   eng12.6.5.a.1.b
35204   eng12.6.5.a.1.c
35205   eng12.6.5.a.1.d
35206   eng12.6.5.a.2.
35207   eng12.6.5.a.3
35208   eng12.6.5.b.1
35209   eng12.6.5.b.2
35210   eng12.6.5.b.3
35211   eng12.6.5.b.4
35212   eng12.6.5.b.4.a
35213   eng12.6.5.b.4.b
35214   eng12.6.5.b.5
35215   eng12.6.5.b.5.a
35216   eng12.6.5.b.5.b
35217   eng12.6.5.b.6
35218   eng12.6.5.b.7
35219   eng12.6.6.a
35220   eng12.6.6.b
35221   eng12.6.6.c
35222   eng12.6.6.d
36061   esol45.2.5.i.e
36062   esol45.2.5.i.f
36063   esol45.2.5.i.g
36064   esol45.2.5.i.h
36065   esol45.2.5.i.i
36066   esol45.2.5.i.j
36067   esol45.2.5.i.k
36068   esol45.2.5.i.l
36069   esol45.2.5.i.m
36070   esol45.2.5.i.n
36071   esol45.2.5.i.o
36072   esol45.2.5.i.p
36073   esol45.2.5.i.q
36074   esol45.2.5.i.r
36075   esol45.2.5.i.s
36076   esol45.2.5.i.t
36077   esol45.2.5.i.u
36078   esol45.2.5.i.v
36079   esol45.2.5.i.w
36080   esol45.2.5.i.x
36081   esol45.2.5.i.y
36082   esol45.2.5.i.z
36083   esol45.2.5.i.aa
36084   esol45.2.5.i.bb
36085   esol45.2.6.i.a
36086   esol45.2.6.i.b
36087   esol45.2.6.i.c
36088   esol45.2.6.i.d
36089   esol45.2.7.i.a
36090   esol45.2.7.i.b
36091   esol45.2.7.i.c
36092   esol45.2.7.i.d
36093   esol45.2.7.i.e
36094   esol45.2.7.i.f
36095   esol45.2.7.i.g
36096   esol45.2.8.i.a
36097   esol45.2.8.i.b
36098   esol45.2.8.i.c
36099   esol45.2.8.i.d
36100   esol45.2.8.i.e
36101   esol45.2.8.i.f
36102   esol45.2.8.i.g
36103   esol45.2.8.i.h
36104   esol45.2.8.i.i
36105   esol45.2.8.i.j
36106   esol45.2.9.i.a
36107   esol45.2.9.i.b
36108   esol45.2.9.i.c
36109   esol45.2.9.i.d
36110   esol45.3.10.i.a
36111   esol45.3.10.i.b
36112   esol45.3.10.i.c
36113   esol45.3.10.i.d
36114   esol45.3.10.i.e
36115   esol45.3.10.i.f
36116   esol45.3.10.i.g
36117   esol45.3.10.i.h
36118   esol45.3.10.i.i
36119   esol45.3.10.i.j
36120   esol45.3.10.i.k
36121   esol45.3.10.i.l
36122   esol45.3.10.i.m
36123   esol45.3.10.i.n
36124   esol45.3.10.i.o
36125   esol45.3.10.i.p
36126   esol45.3.10.i.q
36127   esol23.1.1.i.a
36128   esol23.1.1.i.b
36129   esol23.1.1.i.c
36130   esol23.1.1.i.d
36131   esol23.1.1.i.e
36132   esol23.1.1.i.f
36133   esol23.1.1.i.g
36134   esol23.1.1.i.h
36135   esol23.1.1.i.i
36136   esol23.1.1.i.j
36137   esol23.1.1.i.k
36138   esol23.1.1.i.l
36139   esol23.1.1.i.m
36140   esol23.1.1.i.n
36141   esol23.1.1.i.o
36142   esol23.1.2.i.a
36143   esol23.1.2.i.b
36144   esol23.1.2.i.c
36145   esol23.1.2.i.d
36146   esol23.1.2.i.e
36147   esol23.1.2.i.f
36148   esol23.1.2.i.g
36149   esol23.1.3.i.a
36150   esol23.1.3.i.b
36151   esol23.1.3.i.c
36152   esol23.1.3.i.d
36153   esol23.1.3.i.e
36154   esol23.1.3.i.f
36155   esol23.2.4.i.a
36156   esol23.2.4.i.b
36157   esol23.2.4.i.c
36158   esol23.2.4.i.d
36159   esol23.2.5.i.a
36160   esol23.2.5.i.b
36161   esol23.2.5.i.c
36162   esol23.2.5.i.d
34223   FOR.02.03.e
34224   FOR.02.03.f
34225   FOR.02.03.g
34221   FOR.02.03.c
34222   FOR.02.03.d
34219   FOR.02.03.a
34220   FOR.02.03.b
34177   FOR.01.01
34178   FOR.01.01.a
34179   FOR.01.01.b
34180   FOR.01.01.c
34181   FOR.01.01.d
34173   Rdg06.3.4.c.
34174   Rdg06.3.4.d
34175   Rdg06.3.4.e
34176   Rdg06.3.4.f
34172   Rdg06.3.4.b
34171   Rdg06.3.4.a
34169   Rdg06.3.3.g
34170   Rdg06.3.3.h
34168   Rdg06.3.3.f
34166   Rdg06.3.3.d
34167   Rdg06.3.3.e
34162   Rdg06.3.2.c
34163   Rdg06.3.3.a
34164   Rdg06.3.3.b
34165   Rdg06.3.3.c
34159   Rdg06.3.1.f
34160   Rdg06.3.2.a
34161   Rdg06.3.2.b
34158   Rdg06.3.1.e
34157   Rdg06.3.1.d
34156   Rdg06.3.1.c
34132   Rdg06.2.7.l
34131   Rdg06.2.7.k
34130   Rdg06.2.7.j
34129   Rdg06.2.7.I
34128   Rdg06.2.7.h
34106   Rdg06.2.2.a
34101   Rdg06.1.11.c
34102   Rdg06.1.11.d
34103   Rdg06.1.11.e
34104   Rdg06.1.11.f
34105   Rdg06.2.1.a
34100   Rdg06.1.11.b
34098   Rdg06.1.10.c
34099   Rdg06.1.11.a
34097   Rdg06.1.10.b
34096   Rdg06.1.10.a
34094   Rdg06.1.9.h
34095   Rdg06.1.9.i
34092   Rdg06.1.9.f
34093   Rdg06.1.9.g
34089   Rdg06.1.9.c
34090   Rdg06.1.9.d
34091   Rdg06.1.9.e
34088   Rdg06.1.9.b
34086   Rdg06.1.8.c
34087   Rdg06.1.9.a
34084   Rdg06.1.8.a
34085   Rdg06.1.8.b
34083   Rdg06.1.7.j
34082   Rdg06.1.7.i
34081   Rdg06.1.7.h
34080   Rdg06.1.7.g
34078   Rdg06.1.7.e
34079   Rdg06.1.7.f
34077   Rdg06.1.7.d
34076   Rdg06.1.7.c
34073   Rdg06.1.6.c
34074   Rdg06.1.7.a
34072   Rdg06.1.6.b
34070   Rdg06.1.5.j
34071   Rdg06.1.6.a
34069   Rdg06.1.5.i
34067   Rdg06.1.5.g
34068   Rdg06.1.5.h
34066   Rdg06.1.5.f
34064   Rdg06.1.5.d
34065   Rdg06.1.5.e
34063   Rdg06.1.5.c
34062   Rdg06.1.5.b
34057   Rdg06.1.3.e
34058   Rdg06.1.3.f
34059   Rdg06.1.4.a
34060   Rdg06.1.4.b
34061   Rdg06.1.5.a
34054   Rdg06.1.3.b
34055   Rdg06.1.3.c
34056   Rdg06.1.3.d
34052   Rdg06.1.2.c
34053   Rdg06.1.3.a
34051   Rdg06.1.2.b
34050   Rdg06.1.2.a
34049   Rdg06.1.1.b
34048   Rdg06.1.1.a
32948   Rdg07.1.1.a
32949   Rdg07.1.1.b
32950   Rdg07.1.1.c
32951   Rdg07.1.2.a
32952   Rdg07.1.2.b
32953   Rdg07.1.2.c
32954   Rdg07.1.2.d
32955   Rdg07.1.2.e
32956   Rdg07.1.3.a
32957   Rdg07.1.3.b
32958   Rdg07.1.3.c
32959   Rdg07.1.3.d
32960   Rdg07.1.3.e
32961   Rdg07.1.4.a
32962   Rdg07.1.4.b
32963   Rdg07.1.4.c
32964   Rdg07.1.4.d
32965   Rdg07.1.4.e
32966   Rdg07.1.4.f
32967   Rdg07.1.4.g
32968   Rdg07.1.4.h
32969   Rdg07.1.4.i
32970   Rdg07.1.4.j
32971   Rdg07.1.4.k
32972   Rdg07.1.4.l
32973   Rdg07.1.4.m
32974   Rdg07.1.4.n
32975   Rdg07.1.4.o
32976   Rdg07.1.4.p
32977   Rdg07.1.4.q
32978   Rdg07.1.4.r
32979   Rdg07.1.4.s
32980   Rdg07.1.5.a
32981   Rdg07.1.5.b
32982   Rdg07.1.5.c
32983   Rdg07.1.6.a
32984   Rdg07.1.6.b
32985   Rdg07.1.6.c
32986   Rdg07.1.6.d
32987   Rdg07.1.6.e
32988   Rdg07.1.6.f
32989   Rdg07.1.6.g
32990   Rdg07.1.6.h
32991   Rdg07.1.7.a
32992   Rdg07.1.7.b
32993   Rdg07.1.7.c
32994   Rdg07.1.7.d
32995   Rdg07.1.7.e
32996   Rdg07.1.7.f
32997   Rdg07.1.7.g
32998   Rdg07.2.1.a
32999   Rdg07.2.1.b
33000   Rdg07.2.1.c
33001   Rdg07.2.2.a
33002   Rdg07.2.2.b
33003   Rdg07.2.2.c
33004   Rdg07.2.3.a
33005   Rdg07.2.3.b
33006   Rdg07.2.4.a
33007   Rdg07.2.4.b
33008   Rdg07.2.4.c
33009   Rdg07.2.4.d
33010   Rdg07.2.4.e
33011   Rdg07.2.4.f
33012   Rdg07.2.4.g
33013   Rdg07.2.4.h
33014   Rdg07.2.4.i
33015   Rdg07.2.4.j
33016   Rdg07.2.5.a
33017   Rdg07.2.5.b
33018   Rdg07.2.5.c
33019   Rdg07.2.6.a
33020   Rdg07.2.6.b
33021   Rdg07.2.6.c
33022   Rdg07.2.6.d
33023   Rdg07.2.6.e
33024   Rdg07.2.6.f
33025   Rdg07.2.6.g
33026   Rdg07.2.6.h
33027   Rdg07.2.7.a
33028   Rdg07.2.7.b
33029   Rdg07.2.7.c
33030   Rdg07.2.8.a
33031   Rdg07.2.8.b
33032   Rdg07.2.8.c
33033   Rdg07.2.8.d
33034   Rdg07.2.8.e
33035   Rdg07.2.8.f
33036   Rdg07.2.8.g
33037   Rdg07.2.8.h
33038   Rdg07.2.9.a
33039   Rdg07.2.9.b
33040   Rdg07.2.9.c
33041   Rdg07.2.9.d
33042   Rdg07.2.9.e
33043   Rdg07.2.9.f
33044   Rdg07.2.9.g
33045   Rdg07.3.1.a
33046   Rdg07.3.1.b
33047   Rdg07.3.1.c
33048   Rdg07.3.1.d
33049   Rdg07.3.1.e
33050   Rdg07.3.1.f
33051   Rdg07.3.2.a
33052   Rdg07.3.2.b
33053   Rdg07.3.2.c
33054   Rdg07.3.3.a
33055   Rdg07.3.3.b
33056   Rdg07.3.3.c
33057   Rdg07.3.3.d
33058   Rdg07.3.3.e
33059   Rdg07.3.3.f
33060   Rdg07.3.3.g
33061   Rdg07.3.3.h
33062   Rdg07.3.4.a
33063   Rdg07.3.4.b
33064   Rdg07.3.4.c
33065   Rdg07.3.4.d
33066   Rdg07.3.4.e
33067   Rdg07.3.4.f
33068   Rdg07.3.4.g
33069   Rdg08.1.1.a
33070   Rdg08.1.1.b
33071   Rdg08.1.1.c
33072   Rdg08.1.1.d
33073   Rdg08.1.1.e
33074   Rdg08.1.1.f
33075   Rdg08.1.2.a
33076   Rdg08.1.2.b
33077   Rdg08.1.2.c
33078   Rdg08.1.3.a
33079   Rdg08.1.3.b
33080   Rdg08.1.3.c
33081   Rdg08.1.3.d
33082   Rdg08.1.3.e
33083   Rdg08.1.3.f
33084   Rdg08.1.3.g
33085   Rdg08.1.3.h
33086   Rdg08.1.4.a
33087   Rdg08.1.4.b
33088   Rdg08.1.4.c
33089   Rdg08.1.4.d
33090   Rdg08.1.4.e
33091   Rdg08.1.4.f
33092   Rdg08.1.4.g
33093   Rdg08.2.1.a
33094   Rdg08.2.1.b
33095   Rdg08.2.1.c
33096   Rdg08.2.2.a
33097   Rdg08.2.2.b
33098   Rdg08.2.2.c
33099   Rdg08.2.2.d
33100   Rdg08.2.2.e
33101   Rdg08.2.3.a
33102   Rdg08.2.3.b
33103   Rdg08.2.3.c
33104   Rdg08.2.3.d
33105   Rdg08.2.3.e
33106   Rdg08.2.3.f
33107   Rdg08.2.4.a
33108   Rdg08.2.4.b
33109   Rdg08.2.4.c
33110   Rdg08.2.4.d
33111   Rdg08.2.4.e
33112   Rdg08.2.4.f
33113   Rdg08.2.4.g
33114   Rdg08.2.4.h
33115   Rdg08.2.4.i
33116   Rdg08.2.4.j
33117   Rdg08.2.4.k
33118   Rdg08.2.4.l
33119   Rdg08.2.4.m
33120   Rdg08.2.4.n
33121   Rdg08.2.4.o
33122   Rdg08.2.4.p
33123   Rdg08.2.4.q
33124   Rdg08.2.4.r
33125   Rdg08.2.4.s
33126   Rdg08.2.4.t
33127   Rdg08.2.5.a
33128   Rdg08.2.5.b
33129   Rdg08.2.5.c
33130   Rdg08.2.6.a
33131   Rdg08.2.6.b
33132   Rdg08.2.6.c
33133   Rdg08.2.6.d
33134   Rdg08.2.6.e
33135   Rdg08.2.6.f
33136   Rdg08.2.6.g
33137   Rdg08.2.6.h
33138   Rdg08.2.7.a
33139   Rdg08.2.7.b
33140   Rdg08.2.7.c
33141   Rdg08.2.7.d
33142   Rdg08.2.7.e
33143   Rdg08.2.7.f
33144   Rdg08.2.7.g
33145   Rdg08.3.1.a
33146   Rdg08.3.1.b
33147   Rdg08.3.1.c
33148   Rdg08.3.2.a
33149   Rdg08.3.2.b
33150   Rdg08.3.2.c
33151   Rdg08.3.3.a
33152   Rdg08.3.3.b
33153   Rdg08.3.3.c
33154   Rdg08.3.3.d
33155   Rdg08.3.3.e
33156   Rdg08.3.3.f
33157   Rdg08.3.4.a
33158   Rdg08.3.4.b
33159   Rdg08.3.4.c
33160   Rdg08.3.4.d
33161   Rdg08.3.5.a
33162   Rdg08.3.5.b
33163   Rdg08.3.5.c
33164   Rdg08.3.5.d
33165   Rdg08.3.5.e
33166   Rdg08.3.5.f
33167   Rdg08.3.5.g
33168   Rdg08.3.5.h
33169   Rdg08.3.5.i
33170   Rdg08.3.6.a
33171   Rdg08.3.6.b
33172   Rdg08.3.6.c
33173   Rdg08.3.6.d
33174   Rdg08.3.7.a
33175   Rdg08.3.7.b
33176   Rdg08.3.7.c
33177   Rdg08.3.7.d
33178   Rdg08.3.7.e
33179   Rdg08.3.7.f
33180   Rdg08.3.7.g
33181   Rdg08.3.7.h
33182   Rdg08.3.7.i
33183   Rdg08.3.7.j
33184   Rdg08.3.8.a
33185   Rdg08.3.8.b
33186   Rdg08.3.8.c
33187   Rdg08.3.9.a
33188   Rdg08.3.9.b
33189   Rdg08.3.9.c
33190   Rdg08.3.9.d
33191   Rdg08.3.9.e
33192   Rdg08.3.9.f
33193   Rdg08.3.9.g
33194   Rdg08.3.9.h
33195   Rdg08.3.10.a
33196   Rdg08.3.10.b
33197   Rdg08.3.10.c
33198   Rdg08.3.10.d
33199   Rdg08.3.10.e
33200   Rdg08.3.10.f
33201   Rdg08.3.10.g
34182   FOR.01.01.e
34183   FOR.01.01.f
34184   FOR.01.01.g
34185   FOR.01.02
34186   FOR.01.02.a
34187   FOR.01.02.b
34188   FOR.01.02.c
34189   FOR.01.02.d
34190   FOR.01.02.e
34191   FOR.01.02.f
34192   FOR.01.03
34193   FOR.01.03.a
34194   FOR.01.03.b
34195   FOR.01.03.c
34196   FOR.01.03.d
34197   FOR.01.03.e
34198   FOR.01.04
34199   FOR.01.04.a
34200   FOR.01.04.b
34201   FOR.01.04.c
34202   FOR.01.04.d
34203   FOR.01.05
34204   FOR.01.05.a
34205   FOR.01.05.b
34206   FOR.01.05.c
34207   FOR.02.01
34208   FOR.02.01.a
34209   FOR.02.01.b
34210   FOR.02.02
34211   FOR.02.02.a
34212   FOR.02.02.b
34213   FOR.02.02.c
34214   FOR.02.02.d
34215   FOR.02.02.e
34216   FOR.02.02.f
34217   FOR.02.02.g
34218   FOR.02.03
34107   Rdg06.2.3.a
34108   Rdg06.2.4.a
34109   Rdg06.2.4.b
34110   Rdg06.2.4.c
34111   Rdg06.2.4.d
34112   Rdg06.2.5.a
34113   Rdg06.2.5.b
34114   Rdg06.2.5.c
34115   Rdg06.2.5.d
34116   Rdg06.2.5.e
34117   Rdg06.2.5.f
34118   Rdg06.2.6.a
34119   Rdg06.2.6.b
34120   Rdg06.2.6.c
34121   Rdg06.2.7.a
34122   Rdg06.2.7.b
34123   Rdg06.2.7.c
34124   Rdg06.2.7.d
34125   Rdg06.2.7.e
34126   Rdg06.2.7.f
34127   Rdg06.2.7.g
35459   ENV.SP.07
35458   ASTR.SP.07
35457   ANAT.SP.07
35456   PHY.SP.07
35454   MAR.SP.06.c
35455   CHE.SP.07
35453   ICP.SP.06.c
35451   ENV.SP.06.c
35452   FOR.SP.06.c
35450   ASTR.SP.06.c
35449   ANAT.SP.06.c
35448   PHY.SP.06.c
35447   CHE.SP.06.c
35446   MAR.SP.06.b
35445   ICP.SP.06.b
35444   FOR.SP.06.b
35443   ENV.SP.06.b
35442   ASTR.SP.06.b
35441   ANAT.SP.06.b
35440   PHY.SP.06.b
35439   CHE.SP.06.b
35438   MAR.SP.06.a
35437   ICP.SP.06.a
35436   FOR.SP.06.a
35435   ENV.SP.06.a
35433   ANAT.SP.06.a
35434   ASTR.SP.06.a
35432   PHY.SP.06.a
35431   CHE.SP.06.a
35430   MAR.SP.06
35429   ICP.SP.06
35428   FOR.SP.06
35427   ENV.SP.06
35426   ASTR.SP.06
35425   ANAT.SP.06
35424   PHY.SP.06
33261   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.01
33262   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.01.a
33263   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.01.b
33264   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.02
33265   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.02.a
33266   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.02.b
33267   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.03
33268   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.03.a
33269   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.03.b
33270   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.03.c
33271   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.04
33272   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.04.a
33273   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.04.b
33274   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.04.c
33275   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.04.d
33276   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.04.e
33277   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.04.f
33278   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.04.g
33279   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.04.h
33280   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.04.i
33281   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.05
33282   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.05.a
33283   CHE.1.1.CHE.01.05.b
33284   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.01
33285   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.01.a
33286   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.01.b
33287   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.01.c
33288   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.01.d
33289   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.02
33290   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.02.a
33291   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.02.b
33292   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.02.c
33293   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.02.d
33294   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.02.e
33295   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.02.f
33296   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.03
33297   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.03.a
33298   CHE.1.2.CHE.02.03.b
33299   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.01
33300   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.01.a
33301   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.01.b
33302   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.01.c
33303   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.02
33304   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.02.a
33305   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.02.b
33306   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.02.c
33307   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.02.d
33308   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.03
33309   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.03.a
33310   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.03.b
33311   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.03.c
33312   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.03.d
33313   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.03.e
33314   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.03.f
33315   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.03.g
33316   CHE.1.3.CHE.03.03.h
33317   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.01
33318   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.01.a
33319   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.01.b
33320   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.01.c
33321   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.01.d
33322   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.01.e
33323   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.02
33324   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.02.a
33325   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.02.b
33326   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.02.c
33327   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.02.d
33328   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.02.e
33329   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.02.f
33330   CHE.2.4.CHE.04.02.g
33331   CHE.2.5.CHE.05.01
33332   CHE.2.5.CHE.05.01.a
33333   CHE.2.5.CHE.05.01.b
33334   CHE.2.5.CHE.05.01.c
33335   CHE.2.5.CHE.05.01.d
33336   CHE.2.5.CHE.05.01.e
33337   CHE.2.5.CHE.05.02
33338   CHE.2.5.CHE.05.02.a
33339   CHE.2.5.CHE.05.02.b
33340   CHE.2.5.CHE.05.02.c
33341   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.01
33342   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.01.a
33343   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.01.b
33344   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.01.c
33345   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.01.d
33346   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.01.e
33347   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.01.f
33348   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.01.g
33349   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.02
33350   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.02.a
33351   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.02.b
33352   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.02.c
33353   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.03
33354   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.03.a
33355   CHE.2.6.CHE.06.03.b
33356   CHE.2.7.CHE.07.01
33357   CHE.2.7.CHE.07.01.a
33358   CHE.2.7.CHE.07.01.b
33359   CHE.2.7.CHE.07.01.c
33360   CHE.2.7.CHE.07.02
33361   CHE.2.7.CHE.07.02.a
33362   CHE.2.7.CHE.07.02.b
33363   CHE.2.7.CHE.07.02.c
33364   CHE.2.7.CHE.07.02.d
33365   CHE.2.7.CHE.07.02.e
33366   CHE.3.8.CHE.08.01
33367   CHE.3.8.CHE.08.01.a
33368   CHE.3.8.CHE.08.01.b
33369   CHE.3.8.CHE.08.01.c
33370   CHE.3.8.CHE.08.01.d
33371   CHE.3.8.CHE.08.01.e
33372   CHE.3.8.CHE.08.02
33373   CHE.3.8.CHE.08.02.a
33374   CHE.3.8.CHE.08.02.b
33375   CHE.3.8.CHE.08.02.c
33376   CHE.3.8.CHE.08.02.d
33377   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.01
33378   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.01.a
33379   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.01.b
33380   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.01.c
33381   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.01.d
33382   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.01.e
33383   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.02
33384   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.02.a
33385   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.02.b
33386   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.03
33387   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.03.a
33388   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.03.b
33389   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.03.c
33390   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.03.d
33391   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.04
33392   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.04.a
33393   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.04.b
33394   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.04.c
33395   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.05
33396   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.05.a
33397   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.05.b
33398   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.05.c
33399   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.06
33400   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.06.a
33401   CHE.3.9.CHE.09.06.b
33402   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.01
33403   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.01.a
33404   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.01.b
33405   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.01.c
33406   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.01.d
33407   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.01.e
33408   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.02
33409   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.02.a
33410   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.02.b
33411   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.02.c
33412   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.02.d
33413   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.03
33414   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.03.a
33415   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.03.b
33416   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.03.c
33417   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.03.d
33418   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.03.e
33419   CHE.3.10.CHE.10.03.f
33420   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.01
33421   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.01.a
33422   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.01.b
33423   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.01.c
33424   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.01.d
33425   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.02
33426   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.02.a
33427   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.02.b
33428   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.02.c
33429   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.02.d
33430   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.02.e
33431   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.02.f
33432   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.02.g
33433   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.03
33434   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.03.a
33435   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.03.b
33436   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.03.c
33437   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.03.d
33438   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.04
33439   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.04.a
33440   CHE.4.11.CHE.11.04.b
33441   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.01
33442   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.01.a
33443   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.01.b
33444   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.01.c
33445   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.02
33446   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.02.a
33447   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.02.b
33448   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.02.c
33449   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.03
33450   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.03.a
33451   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.03.b
33452   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.03.c
33453   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.03.d
33454   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.03.e
33455   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.03.f
33456   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.03.g
33457   CHE.4.12.CHE.12.03.h
33458   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.01
33459   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.01.a
33460   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.01.b
33461   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.01.c
33462   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.01.d
33463   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.01.e
33464   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.02
33465   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.02.a
33466   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.02.b
33467   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.02.c
33468   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.03
33469   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.03.a
33470   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.03.b
33471   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.03.c
33472   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.03.d
33473   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.03.e
33474   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.03.f
33475   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.04
33476   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.04.a
33477   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.04.b
33478   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.04.c
33479   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.04.d
33480   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.05
33481   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.05.a
33482   CHE.4.13.CHE.13.05.b
33483   CHE.4.14.CHE.14.01
33484   CHE.4.14.CHE.14.01.a
33485   CHE.4.14.CHE.14.01.b
33486   CHE.4.14.CHE.14.01.c
33487   CHE.4.14.CHE.14.01.d
35423   CHE.SP.06
35421   ICP.SP.05.f
35422   MAR.SP.05.f
35420   FOR.SP.05.f
35417   ANAT.SP.05.f
35418   ASTR.SP.05.f
35419   ENV.SP.05.f
35416   PHY.SP.05.f
35415   CHE.SP.05.f
35414   MAR.SP.05.e
35412   FOR.SP.05.e
35413   ICP.SP.05.e
35411   ENV.SP.05.e
35409   ANAT.SP.05.e
35410   ASTR.SP.05.e
35408   PHY.SP.05.e
35407   CHE.SP.05.e
35406   MAR.SP.05.d
35405   ICP.SP.05.d
35404   FOR.SP.05.d
35403   ENV.SP.05.d
35402   ASTR.SP.05.d
35401   ANAT.SP.05.d
35400   PHY.SP.05.d
35399   CHE.SP.05.d
35396   FOR.SP.05.c
35397   ICP.SP.05.c
35398   MAR.SP.05.c
35395   ENV.SP.05.c
35392   PHY.SP.05.c
35393   ANAT.SP.05.c
35394   ASTR.SP.05.c
35391   CHE.SP.05.c
35389   ICP.SP.05.b
35390   MAR.SP.05.b
35388   FOR.SP.05.b
35387   ENV.SP.05.b
35386   ASTR.SP.05.b
35385   ANAT.SP.05.b
35384   PHY.SP.05.b
35383   CHE.SP.05.b
35382   MAR.SP.05.a
35381   ICP.SP.05.a
35380   FOR.SP.05.a
35378   ASTR.SP.05.a
35379   ENV.SP.05.a
35377   ANAT.SP.05.a
35376   PHY.SP.05.a
35375   CHE.SP.05.a
35374   MAR.SP.05
35373   ICP.SP.05
35372   FOR.SP.05
35371   ENV.SP.05
35370   ASTR.SP.05
35369   ANAT.SP.05
35368   PHY.SP.05
35367   CHE.SP.05
35365   ICP.SP.04.e
35366   MAR.SP.04.e
35364   FOR.SP.04.e
35363   ENV.SP.04.e
33547   PHY.1.1.PHY.01.01
33548   PHY.1.1.PHY.01.01.a
33549   PHY.1.1.PHY.01.01.b
33550   PHY.1.1.PHY.01.01.c
33551   PHY.1.1.PHY.01.01.d
33552   PHY.1.1.PHY.01.01.e
33553   PHY.1.1.PHY.01.01.f
33554   PHY.1.1.PHY.01.01.g
33555   PHY.1.2.PHYS.01.02
33556   PHY.1.2.PHYS.01.02.a
33557   PHY.1.2.PHYS.01.02.b
33558   PHY.1.2.PHYS.01.02.c
33559   PHY.1.3.PHYS.01.03
33560   PHY.1.3.PHYS.01.03.a
33561   PHY.1.3.PHYS.01.03.b
33562   PHY.1.3.PHYS.01.03.c
33563   PHY.1.3.PHYS.01.03.d
33564   PHY.1.3.PHYS.01.03.e
33565   PHY.1.3.PHYS.01.03.f
33566   PHY.1.3.PHYS.01.03.g
33567   PHY.1.3.PHYS.01.03.h
33568   PHY.1.3.PHYS.01.03.i
33569   PHY.1.3.PHYS.01.03.j
33570   PHY.1.3.PHYS.01.03.k
33571   PHY.2.1.PHYS.02.01
33572   PHY.2.1.PHYS.02.01.a
33573   PHY.2.1.PHYS.02.01.b
33574   PHY.2.1.PHYS.02.01.c
33575   PHY.2.1.PHYS.02.01.d
33576   PHY.2.1.PHYS.02.01.e
33577   PHY.2.2.PHYS.02.02
33578   PHY.2.2.PHYS.02.02.a
33579   PHY.2.2.PHYS.02.02.b
33580   PHY.2.2.PHYS.02.02.c
33581   PHY.2.2.PHYS.02.02.d
33582   PHY.2.2.PHYS.02.02.e
33583   PHY.2.3.PHYS.02.03
33584   PHY.2.3.PHYS.02.03.a
33585   PHY.2.3.PHYS.02.03.b
33586   PHY.2.3.PHYS.02.03.c
33587   PHY.2.4.PHYS.02.04
33588   PHY.2.4.PHYS.02.04.a
33589   PHY.2.4.PHYS.02.04.b
33590   PHY.2.4.PHYS.02.04.c
33591   PHY.2.4.PHYS.02.04.d
33592   PHY.2.5.PHYS.02.05
33593   PHY.2.5.PHYS.02.05.a
33594   PHY.2.5.PHYS.02.05.b
33595   PHY.2.5.PHYS.02.05.c
33596   PHY.3.1.PHYS.03.01
33597   PHY.3.1.PHYS.03.01.a
33598   PHY.3.1.PHYS.03.01.b
33599   PHY.3.1.PHYS.03.01.c
33600   PHY.3.1.PHYS.03.01.d
33601   PHY.3.1.PHYS.03.01.e
33602   PHY.3.1.PHYS.03.01.f
33603   PHY.3.1.PHYS.03.01.g
33604   PHY.3.2.PHYS.03.02
33605   PHY.3.2.PHYS.03.02.a
33606   PHY.3.2.PHYS.03.02.b
33607   PHY.3.2.PHYS.03.02.c
33608   PHY.3.2.PHYS.03.02.d
33609   PHY.3.2.PHYS.03.02.e
33610   PHY.3.3.PHYS.03.03
33611   PHY.3.3.PHYS.03.03.a
33612   PHY.3.3.PHYS.03.03.b
33613   PHY.3.3.PHYS.03.03.c
33614   PHY.4.1.PHYS.04.01
33615   PHY.4.1.PHYS.04.01.a
33616   PHY.4.1.PHYS.04.01.b
33617   PHY.4.1.PHYS.04.01.c
33618   PHY.4.1.PHYS.04.01.d
33619   PHY.4.1.PHYS.04.01.e
33620   PHY.4.1.PHYS.04.01.f
33621   PHY.4.1.PHYS.04.01.g
33622   PHY.4.1.PHYS.04.01.h
33623   PHY.4.2.PHYS.04.02
33624   PHY.4.2.PHYS.04.02.a
33625   PHY.4.2.PHYS.04.02.b
33626   PHY.4.3.PHYS.04.03
33627   PHY.4.3.PHYS.04.03.a
33628   PHY.4.3.PHYS.04.03.b
33629   PHY.4.3.PHYS.04.03.c
33630   PHY.4.3.PHYS.04.03.d
33631   PHY.4.3.PHYS.04.03.e
33632   PHY.4.4.PHYS.04.04
33633   PHY.4.4.PHYS.04.04.a
33634   PHY.4.4.PHYS.04.04.b
33635   PHY.4.5.PHYS.04.05
33636   PHY.4.5.PHYS.04.05.a
33637   PHY.4.5.PHYS.04.05.b
33638   PHY.4.5.PHYS.04.05.c
33639   PHY.4.5.PHYS.04.05.d
33640   PHY.4.5.PHYS.04.05.e
33641   PHY.5.1.PHYS.05.01
33642   PHY.5.1.PHYS.05.01.a
33643   PHY.5.1.PHYS.05.01.b
33644   PHY.5.1.PHYS.05.01.c
33645   PHY.5.1.PHYS.05.01.d
33646   PHY.5.2.PHYS.05.02
33647   PHY.5.2.PHYS.05.02.a
33648   PHY.5.2.PHYS.05.02.b
33649   PHY.5.2.PHYS.05.02.c
33650   PHY.5.2.PHYS.05.02.d
33651   PHY.5.2.PHYS.05.02.e
35362   ASTR.SP.04.e
35360   PHY.SP.04.e
35361   ANAT.SP.04.e
35359   CHE.SP.04.e
35358   MAR.SP.04.d
35357   ICP.SP.04.d
35356   FOR.SP.04.d
35355   ENV.SP.04.d
35354   ASTR.SP.04.d
35353   ANAT.SP.04.d
35352   PHY.SP.04.d
35351   CHE.SP.04.d
35350   MAR.SP.04.c
35349   ICP.SP.04.c
35348   FOR.SP.04.c
35347   ENV.SP.04.c
35346   ASTR.SP.04.c
35345   ANAT.SP.04.c
35344   PHY.SP.04.c
35343   CHE.SP.04.c
35342   MAR.SP.04.b
35339   ENV.SP.04.b
35340   FOR.SP.04.b
35341   ICP.SP.04.b
35338   ASTR.SP.04.b
35335   CHE.SP.04.b
35336   PHY.SP.04.b
35337   ANAT.SP.04.b
35334   MAR.SP.04.a
35332   FOR.SP.04.a
35333   ICP.SP.04.a
35330   ASTR.SP.04.a
35331   ENV.SP.04.a
35329   ANAT.SP.04.a
35328   PHY.SP.04.a
35327   CHE.SP.04.a
35326   MAR.SP.04
35325   ICP.SP.04
35324   FOR.SP.04
35323   ENV.SP.04
35322   ASTR.SP.04
35321   ANAT.SP.04
35320   PHY.SP.04
35319   CHE.SP.04
35318   MAR.SP.03.b
35317   ICP.SP.03.b
35316   FOR.SP.03.b
35315   ENV.SP.03.b
33711   ANAT.1.1.ANAT.01.01
33712   ANAT.1.1.ANAT.01.01.a
33713   ANAT.1.1.ANAT.01.01.b
33714   ANAT.1.1.ANAT.01.01.c
33715   ANAT.1.1.ANAT.01.01.d
33716   ANAT.1.1.ANAT.01.01.e
33717   ANAT.1.1.ANAT.01.01.f
33718   ANAT.1.1.ANAT.01.01.g
33719   ANAT.1.1.ANAT.01.01.h
33720   ANAT.1.1.ANAT.01.01.i
33721   ANAT.2.1.ANAT.02.01
33722   ANAT.2.1.ANAT.02.01.a
33723   ANAT.2.1.ANAT.02.01.b
33724   ANAT.2.1.ANAT.02.01.c
33725   ANAT.2.1.ANAT.02.01.d
33726   ANAT.2.1.ANAT.02.01.e
33727   ANAT.3.1.ANAT.03.01
33728   ANAT.3.1.ANAT.03.01.a
33729   ANAT.3.1.ANAT.03.01.b
33730   ANAT.3.1.ANAT.03.01.c
33731   ANAT.3.1.ANAT.03.01.d
33732   ANAT.3.1.ANAT.03.01.e
33733   ANAT.4.1.ANAT.04.01
33734   ANAT.4.1.ANAT.04.01.a
33735   ANAT.4.1.ANAT.04.01.b
33736   ANAT.4.1.ANAT.04.01.c
33737   ANAT.4.1.ANAT.04.01.d
33738   ANAT.4.1.ANAT.04.01.e
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33750   ANAT.5.1.ANAT.05.01.e
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33752   ANAT.6.1.ANAT.06.01
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33758   ANAT.6.1.ANAT.06.01.f
33759   ANAT.6.1.ANAT.06.01.g
33760   ANAT.6.1.ANAT.06.01.h
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33762   ANAT.6.1.ANAT.06.01.j
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33767   ANAT.7.1.ANAT.07.01.d
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33770   ANAT.7.1.ANAT.07.01.g
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33783   ANAT.9.1.ANAT.09.01
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33785   ANAT.9.1.ANAT.09.01.b
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33791   ANAT.10.1.ANAT.10.01
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33795   ANAT.10.1.ANAT.10.01.d
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33798   ANAT.10.1.ANAT.10.01.g
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33801   ANAT.10.1.ANAT.10.01.j
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33809   ANAT.11.1.ANAT.11.01.d
33810   ANAT.12.1.ANAT.12.01
33811   ANAT.12.1.ANAT.12.01.a
33812   ANAT.12.1.ANAT.12.01.b
33813   ANAT.12.1.ANAT.12.01.c
33814   ANAT.12.1.ANAT.12.01.d
33815   ANAT.12.1.ANAT.12.01.e
33816   ANAT.13.1.ANAT.13.01
33817   ANAT.13.1.ANAT.13.01.a
33818   ANAT.13.1.ANAT.13.01.b
33819   ANAT.13.1.ANAT.13.01.c
35314   ASTR.SP.03.b
35313   ANAT.SP.03.b
35312   PHY.SP.03.b
35310   MAR.SP.03.a
35311   CHE.SP.03.b
35309   ICP.SP.03.a
35308   FOR.SP.03.a
35307   ENV.SP.03.a
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35301   ICP.SP.03
35300   FOR.SP.03
35299   ENV.SP.03
35298   ASTR.SP.03
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35293   ICP.SP.02.d
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35277   ICP.SP.02.b
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35271   CHE.SP.02.b
35270   MAR.SP.02.a
35268   FOR.SP.02.a
35269   ICP.SP.02.a
35267   ENV.SP.02.a
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35264   PHY.SP.02.a
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33883   ASTR.1.2.ASTR.01.02.a
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33902   ASTR.4.1.ASTR.04.01.a
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33904   ASTR.4.1.ASTR.04.01.c
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33909   ASTR.6.1.ASTR.06.01
33910   ASTR.6.1.ASTR.06.01.a
33911   ASTR.6.1.ASTR.06.01.b
33912   ASTR.6.1.ASTR.06.01.c
33913   ASTR.7.1.ASTR.07.01
33914   ASTR.7.1.ASTR.07.01.a
33915   ASTR.7.1.ASTR.07.01.b
33916   ASTR.7.1.ASTR.07.01.c
35261   ICP.SP.02
35260   FOR.SP.02
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35257   ANAT.SP.02
35256   PHY.SP.02
35255   CHE.SP.02
35254   MAR.SP.01.c
35252   FOR.SP.01.c
35253   ICP.SP.01.c
35251   ENV.SP.01.c
35250   ASTR.SP.01.c
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35248   PHY.SP.01.c
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35246   MAR.SP.01.b
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35242   ASTR.SP.01.b
35243   ENV.SP.01.b
35240   PHY.SP.01.b
35241   ANAT.SP.01.b
35239   CHE.SP.01.b
35238   MAR.SP.01.a
35237   ICP.SP.01.a
35236   FOR.SP.01.a
35235   ENV.SP.01.a
35234   ASTR.SP.01.a
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35231   CHE.SP.01.a
35232   PHY.SP.01.a
35230   MAR.SP.01
35229   ICP.SP.01
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35226   ASTR.SP.01
35227   ENV.SP.01
35225   ANAT.SP.01
35223   CHE.SP.01
35224   PHY.SP.01
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33978   ENV.1.1.ENV.01.01.b
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34022   ENV.4.3.ENV.04.03.d
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34031   ENV.5.2.ENV.05.02
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34040   ENV.6.2.ENV.06.02
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34452   MAR.02.02.a
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34459   MAR.02.03.a
34460   MAR.02.03.b
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34469   MAR.03.01.c
34470   MAR.03.02
34471   MAR.03.02.a
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34474   MAR.03.02.d
34475   MAR.03.03
34476   MAR.03.03.a
34477   MAR.03.03.b
34478   MAR.03.03.c
34479   MAR.03.03.d
34480   MAR.03.03.e
34481   MAR.03.04
34482   MAR.03.04.a
34483   MAR.03.04.b
34484   MAR.03.04.c
34485   MAR.03.04.d
34486   MAR.03.05
34487   MAR.03.05.a
34488   MAR.03.05.b
34489   MAR.03.05.c
34490   MAR.03.05.d
34491   MAR.03.05.e
34492   MAR.03.05.f
34493   MAR.03.06
34494   MAR.03.06.a
34495   MAR.03.06.b
34496   MAR.03.06.c
34497   MAR.03.06.d
34498   MAR.03.06.e
34499   MAR.03.06.f
34500   MAR.03.07
34501   MAR.03.07.a
34502   MAR.03.07.b
34503   MAR.03.07.c
34504   MAR.03.07.d
34505   MAR.03.07.e
34506   MAR.04.01
34507   MAR.04.01.a
34508   MAR.04.01.b
34509   MAR.04.01.c
34510   MAR.04.01.d
34511   MAR.04.01.e
34512   MAR.04.01.f
34513   MAR.04.01.g
34514   MAR.04.02
34515   MAR.04.02.a
34516   MAR.04.02.b
34517   MAR.04.02.c
34518   MAR.04.02.d
34580   FE.4.3.b
34581   FE.4.3.c
34582   FE.4.3.d
34583   FE.4.4.a
34584   FE.4.4.b
34585   FE.4.4.c
34586   FE.4.4.d
34601   FCI.1.2.a
34600   FCI.1.1.f
34599   FCI.1.1.e
34598   FCI.1.1.d
34597   FCI.1.1.c
34596   FCI.1.1.b
34595   FCI.1.1.a
34602   FCI.1.2.b
34603   FCI.1.2.c
34604   FCI.1.2.d
34605   FCI.1.2.e
34606   FCI.1.2.f
34607   FCI.1.2.g
34608   FCI.1.3.a
34609   FCI.1.3.b
34610   FCI.1.3.c
34611   FCI.1.3.d
34612   FCI.1.4.a
34613   FCI.1.4.b
34614   FCI.1.4.c
34615   FCI.1.4.d
34616   FCI.1.4.e
34617   FCI.1.4.f
34618   FCI.1.5.a
34619   FCI.1.5.b
34620   FCI.1.5.c
34621   FCI.1.5.d
34622   FCI.1.5.e
34623   FCI.2.1.a
34624   FCI.2.1.b
34625   FCI.2.1.c
34626   FCI.2.1.d
34627   FCI.2.1.e
34628   FCI.2.1.f
34629   FCI.2.2.a
34630   FCI.2.2.b
34631   FCI.2.2.c
34632   FCI.2.2.d
34633   FCI.2.2.e
34634   FCI.2.2.f
34635   FCI.2.2.g
34636   FCI.2.3.a
34637   FCI.2.3.b
34638   FCI.2.3.c
34639   FCI.2.3.d
34640   FCI.2.3.e
34641   FCI.2.3.f
34642   FCI.2.4.a
34643   FCI.2.4.b
34644   FCI.2.4.c
34645   FCI.2.4.d
34646   FCI.2.4.e
34647   FCI.2.4.f
34648   FCI.2.4.g
34649   FCI.2.4.h
34650   FCI.2.4.i
34651   FCI.2.4.j
34652   FCI.2.4.k
34653   FCI.2.4.l
34654   FCI.3.1.a
34655   FCI.3.1.b
34656   FCI.3.1.c
34657   FCI.3.1.d
34658   FCI.3.1.e
34659   FCI.3.1.f
34660   FCI.3.1.g
34661   FCI.3.2.a
34662   FCI.3.2.b
34663   FCI.3.2.c
34664   FCI.3.2.d
34665   FCI.3.2.e
34666   FCI.3.2.f
34667   FCI.3.2.g
34668   FCI.3.3.a
34669   FCI.3.3.b
34670   FCI.3.3.c
34671   FCI.3.3.d
34672   FCI.3.3.e
34673   FCI.3.3.f
34674   FCI.3.3.g
34675   FCI.3.3.h
34676   FCI.3.3.i
34677   FCI.3.3.j
34678   FCI.3.4.a
34679   FCI.3.4.b
34680   FCI.3.4.c
34681   FCI.3.4.d
34682   FCI.3.4.e
34683   FCI.3.4.f
34684   FCI.3.5.a
34685   FCI.3.5.b
34686   FCI.3.5.c
34687   FCI.3.5.d
34688   FCI.3.5.e
34689   FCI.3.5.f
34690   FCI.3.6.a
34691   FCI.3.6.b
34692   FCI.3.6.c
34693   FCI.3.6.d
34694   FCI.3.6.e
34695   FCI.3.6.f
34696   FCI.3.6.g
34697   FCI.4.1.a
34698   FCI.4.1.b
34699   FCI.4.1.c
34700   FCI.4.1.d
34701   FCI.4.1.e
34702   FCI.4.1.f
34703   FCI.4.2.a
34704   FCI.4.2.b
34705   FCI.4.2.c
34706   FCI.4.2.d
34707   FCI.4.2.e
34708   FCI.4.2.f
34709   FCI.4.3.a
34710   FCI.4.3.b
34711   FCI.4.3.c
34712   FCI.4.3.d
1. Orientation to Print Objectives - The student will be able to demonstrate understanding by:<br><br>a. Holding a book and turning the pa
2. Print Awareness Objectives - The student will demonstrate print awareness by:<br><br>a. Identifying the front and back covers and title
1. Discrimination Objectives - The student will be able to demonstrate understanding by:<br><br>a. Recognizing that beginning sounds are
2. Production Objective - The student will be able to produce rhyming words.
3. Blending Objectives - The student will demonstrate understanding by:<br><br>a. Blending syllables into a whole word, such as fun-ny =
4. Segmenting and Manipulation Objectives - The student will be able to demonstrate understanding by:<br><br>a. Clapping the number of
1. Letters/Sounds Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a.Identify all upper and lower case letters.<br><br>b. Identify letters m
2. Sight Words Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Recognize some environmental print (e.g., stop, exit).<br><br>b. Recog
1. Fluency Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Recite nursery rhymes, poems, and finger plays with expression.<br><br>b.
1. Exposure to Text Objectives - The student will be able to increase vocabulary through exposure to a variety of texts, specifically:<br><br
2. Acquire New Concepts Objectives - The student will be able to develop a conceptual understanding of new words and phrases, specifical
3. Acquire New Vocabulary Objectives - The student will be able to understand and use new vocabulary, specifically:<br><br>a. Use text a
1. Positive Reading Attitude Objectives - The student will be able to develop a positive attitude and confidence in reading through exposure
2. Comprehension Strategies Objective - The student will be able to demonstrate the ability to interact with text to gain meaning by activatin
3. Before Reading Objectives - The student will be able to use strategies to prepare for reading (or being read to), specifically:<br><br>a. M
4. During Reading Objectives - The student will be able to use strategies to make meaning while reading (or being read to), specifically:<br
5. After Reading Objectives - The student will be able to use strategies to deepen comprehension and demonstrate understanding of the text,
6. Reader Response Objectives - The student will be able to use strategies to demonstrate comprehension of the text, specifically:<br><br>a
1. Nonfiction Materials Objective - The student will be able to develop comprehension skills by listening to and using a variety of nonfictio
2. Functional Documents Objective - The student will be able to use functional documents with simple oral or rebus directions including sci
3. Personal Interest Objective - The student will be able to listen to and use personal interest materials such as books and magazines.
1. Print Features Objective - The student will be able to use print features to facilitate understanding of informational text including bold pri
2. Graphic Aids Objective - The student will be able to use graphic aids to facilitate understanding of informational text including pictures,
3. Informational Aids Objective - The student will be able to use informational aids to facilitate understanding of informational text includin
4. Organizational Aids Objectives - The student will be able to use organizational aids to facilitate understanding of informational text inclu
5. Organizational Structure Objective - The student will be able to become familiar with structures for organizing informational text to unde
1. Important Information in Text Objectives - The student will be able to determine important ideas and messages in informational text, spec
2. Critical Evaluation Objectives - The student will be able to evaluate informational text, specifically:<br><br>a. State whether the text ful
1. Types of Text Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Listen to, discuss, and recognize differences between a variety of diffe
a. Represent, interpret, and manipulate data in matrices to solve real world problems. <br> CLG 1.2.5
Compute the cost of health benefits.
3. Narration Objectives - The student will be able to use elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding, specifically:<br><br>a. Iden
4. Poetry Objectives - The student will be able to use elements of poetry to facilitate understanding, specifically:<br><br>a. Listen to and id
5. Drama Objective - The student will be able to listen to and identify the characters, dialogue, and scenery of a play.
1. Important Ideas in Text Objectives - The student will be able to determine important ideas and messages in literary texts, specifically:<br
2. Use of Language Objectives - The student will be able to identify and describe the author's use of language, specifically:<br><br>a. Desc
1.Composition Objectives - The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that express personal ideas and inform
1. Language Choice Objective - The student will be able to assess the effectiveness of choice of details, word choice, and use of figurative l
1. Grammar/Usage Objectives - The student will be able to comprehend and apply Standard English usage in oral language, specifically:<br
2. Punctuation/Capitalization Objectives - The student will be able to comprehend and use basic punctuation and capitalization in written la
3. Spelling Objectives - The student will be able to apply conventional spelling in written language, specifically:<br><br>a. Spell first and l
4. Handwriting Objectives - The student will be able to produce writing that is legible to the audience, specifically:<br><br>a. Hold writing
1. Listening Objectives - The student will be able to comprehend and analyze what is heard, specifically:<br><br>a. Attend to the speaker.<
1. Speaking Objectives - The student will use organization and delivery strategies, specifically:<br><br>a. Speak clearly enough to be heard
1. Discrimination Objectives - The student will be able to demonstrate understanding by: <br><br>a. Identifying initial, medial, and final so
2. Production Objective - The student will be able to produce sentences with rhyming and alliteration.
3. Blending Objective - The student will be able to blend sounds and syllables to form words (e.g., blend 3-4 phonemes into a word, such as
4.Segmentation and Manipulation Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Segment words into syllables.<br><br>b. Segment o
1. Letters/Sounds Objectives The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Identify all upper and lower case letters of the alphabet, in a variety of
2A. Early 1 Phonics Objectives: The student will be able to use a variety of phonics skills to read unknown words in grade-level text, specif
3. Word Structure Objective- The student will be able to use knowledge of word structure to sound out common word parts and break word
4. Context Clues Objective- The student will be able to use word meanings and word order in sentences to read unknown words and confirm
5. Sight Words Objectives - The student will be able to: <br><br>a. Early 1: Recognize at least 25 high-frequency and common irregular sig
1. Reading Rate Objectives- The student will be able to: <br><br>a. Read familiar text at a rate that is conversational and consistent.<br><b
2. Accuracy Objectives - The student will be able to: <br><br>a. Reread and self-correct while reading.<br><br>b. Use context clues (mean
3. Expression Objectives- The student will be able to: <br><br>a. Demonstrate appropriate use of phrasing when reading both familiar and
1. Exposure to Text Objectives- The student will be able to increase vocabulary through exposure to a variety of texts, specifically:<br><br
2. Acquire New Concepts Objectives- The student will be able to develop a conceptual understanding of new words and phrases, specificall
3. Acquire New Vocabulary Objectives- The student will be able to understand and use new vocabulary, specifically:<br><br>a. Determine
1.Positive Reading Attitude Objectives- The student will be able to develop a positive attitude and confidence in reading through exposure t
2.Self-Correcting Objectives- The student will be able to attempt to self-correct a miscue by applying a variety of risk-taking behaviors such
3.Comprehension Strategies Objective- The student will be able to demonstrate the ability to interact with text to gain meaning by activating
4.Before Reading Objectives- The student will be able to use strategies to prepare for reading, specifically: <br><br>a. Identify the type of
5.During Reading Objectives- The student will be able to use strategies to make meaning while reading and to self-monitor comprehension,
6.After Reading Strategies- The student will be able to use strategies to deepen comprehension of the text, specifically:<br><br>a. Describe
7.Reader Response Objectives- The student will be able to demonstrate comprehension of the text, specifically:<br><br>a. Engage in conve
1.Nonfiction Materials Objective- The student will be able to read a variety of nonfiction materials including content-related trade books, gr
2.Functional Documents Objective- The student will be able to read and use a variety of functional documents including sets of directions, s
3.Personal Interest Objective- The student will be able to select and read personal interest materials such as brochures, books, magazines, an
1.Print Features Objective- The student will be able to identify and use print features to facilitate understanding of informational text includ
2.Graphic Aids Objective- The student will be able to use graphic aids to facilitate understanding of informational text including pictures, m
3.Informational Aids Objective- The student will be able to use informational aids to facilitate understanding of informational text including
4.Organizational Aids Objectives- The student will be able to use organizational aids to facilitate understanding of informational text includ
5.Organizational Structure Objective- The student will be able to recognize methods for organizing informational text and words that signal
1. Important Information in Text Objectives- The student will be able to determine important ideas and messages in informational text, spec
2. Critical Evaluation Objectives- The student will be able to read critically to evaluate informational text, specifically:<br><br>a. State wh
1.Types of Text Objective- The student will be able to listen to, read, and discuss a variety of different types of literary texts such as plays, p
2 Text Features Objectives- The student will be able to use text features to facilitate understanding of literary texts, specifically:<br><br>a.
3.Narration Objectives- The student will be able to use elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding, specifically:<br><br>a. Identi
4. Poetry Objectives- The student will be able to use elements of poetry to facilitate understanding, specifically:<br><br>a. Listen to and id
5.Drama Objective- The student will be able to listen to and identify the characters, dialogue, and scenery of a play.
1.Important Ideas in Text Objectives- The student will be able to determine important ideas and messages in literary texts, specifically:<br>
2.Use of Language Objectives- The student will be able to identify and describe the author's use of language, specifically:<br><br>a. Langu
1. Write to Express Personal Ideas Objectives- The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that express perso
2.Write to Inform Objectives- The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that inform by using details that su
3.Write to Persuade Objectives- The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that persuade by selecting and su
1.Prewriting/Drafting Objectives- The student will be able to compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies of effective writers and
2. Revising/Editing/Publishing Objectives- The student will be able to revise and edit for clarity, completeness of thoughts, and effectivenes
1. Language Choice Objectives- The student will be able to assess the effectiveness of choice of details, word choice, and use of figurative l
1.Grammar/Usage Objectives- The student will be able to comprehend and apply standard English usage in oral and written language, speci
2.Punctuation Objectives- The student will be able to apply Standard English punctuation in written language and explain how it makes and
3.Capitalization Objectives- The student will be able to apply Standard English, capitalization in written language and explain how it makes
4.Spelling Objectives - The student will be able to recognize conventional spelling in and through personal and academic reading and apply
5. Handwriting Objectives- The student will be able to produce writing that is legible to the audience, specifically:<br><br>a. Hold writing
1.Listening Objectives- The student will be able to comprehend and analyze what is heard, specifically:<br><br>a. Attend to the speaker an
1.Speaking Objectives- The student will use organization and delivery strategies, specifically:<br><br>a. Speak clearly enough to be heard
1A.Early 3 Phonics Objectives - The student will be able to use a variety of phonics skills to read unknown words in grade-level text, specif
2.Word Structure Objective - The student will be able to use knowledge of word structure to sound out common word parts and break word
3.Context Clues Objective - The student will be able to use word meanings and word order in sentences to read unknown words and confirm
4.Sight Words Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Early 3: Recognize at least 200 high-frequency and common irregular sig
1. Reading Rate Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Read familiar text at a rate that is conversational and consistent.<br><b
2.Accuracy Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Reread and self-correct while reading.<br><br>b. Decode words automatic
3.Expression Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Demonstrate appropriate use of phrasing when reading both familiar and u
1. Exposure to Text Objectives - The student will be able to increase vocabulary through exposure to a variety of texts, specifically:<br><br
2. Acquire New Concepts Objectives - The student will be able to develop a conceptual understanding of new words and phrases, specifical
3.Acquire New Vocabulary Objectives - The student will be able to understand and use new vocabulary, specifically:<br><br>a. Make asso
1.Positive Reading Attitude Objectives - The student will be able to develop a positive attitude and confidence in reading through exposure
2.Self-Correcting Objectives - The student will be able to attempt to self-correct a miscue by applying a variety of risk-taking behaviors suc
3.Comprehension Strategies Objective - The student will be able to demonstrate the ability to interact with text to gain meaning by activatin
4.Before Reading Objectives - The student will be able to use strategies to prepare for reading, specifically:<br><br>a. Choose appropriate
5.During Reading Objectives - The student will be able to use strategies to make meaning while reading and to self-monitor comprehension,
6.After Reading Strategies - The student will be able to use strategies to deepen comprehension of the text, specifically:<br><br>a. Review/
7.Reader Response Objectives - The student will be able to demonstrate comprehension of the text, orally and in writing, specifically:<br><
1.Nonfiction Materials Objective - The student will be able to read a variety of nonfiction materials including content related trade books, g
2.Functional Documents Objective - The student will be able to read and use functional documents including sets of directions, science expe
3.Personal Interest Objective - The student will be able to select and read personal interest materials such as brochures, books, magazines, a
1.Print Features Objective - The student will be able to identify and use print features to facilitate understanding of informational text includ
2.Graphic Aids Objective - The student will be able to use graphic aids to facilitate understanding of informational text including pictures, m
3.Informational Aids Objective - The student will be able to use informational aids to facilitate understanding of informational text includin
4.Organizational Aids Objective - The student will be able to use organizational aids to facilitate understanding of informational text includi
5.Organizational Structure Objective - The student will be able to recognize methods for organizing informational text and words that signa
1.Important Information in Text Objectives - The student will be able to determine important ideas and messages in informational text, spec
2.Use of Language Objectives - The student will be able to identify and explain the author's use of language, including:<br><br>a. Words a
3. Critical Evaluation Objectives - The student will be able to read critically to evaluate informational text, specifically:<br><br>a. State wh
1.Text Features Objectives - <i>The student will be able to use text features to facilitate understanding of literary texts, </i>specifically:<br
2.Narration Objectives - The student will be able to use elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding, specifically:<br><br>a. Discu
3.Poetry Objectives - The student will be able to use elements of poetry to facilitate understanding, specifically:<br><br>a. Discuss the stru
4.Drama Objective - The student will be able to discuss the structure of a play including characters, dialogue, and scenery in order to facilita
1.Important Ideas in Text Objectives - The student will be able to determine important ideas and messages in literary texts, specifically:<br>
2.Use of Language Objectives - The student will be able to identify and describe the author's use of language, specifically:<br><br>a. How
1.Write to Express Personal Ideas Objectives - The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that express perso
2.Write to Inform Objectives - The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that inform by using major points
3.Write to Persuade Objectives - The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that persuade by selecting and o
1.Prewriting/Drafting Objectives - The student will be able to compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies of effective writers and
2.Revising/Editing/Publishing Objectives - The student will be able to revise and edit for clarity, completeness of thoughts, and effectivenes
1.Language Choice Objectives - The student will be able to assess the effectiveness of choice of details, word choice, and use of figurative l
1.Grammar/Usage Objectives - The student will be able to comprehend and apply standard English usage in oral and written language, spec
2.Punctuation Objectives - The student will be able to apply standard English punctuation in written language and explain how it makes and
3.Capitalization Objectives - The student will be able to apply standard English capitalization in written language and explain how it makes
4.Spelling Objectives - The student will be able to recognize conventional spelling in and through personal and academic reading and apply
5.Handwriting Objective - The student will be able to demonstrate the ability to write effectively by maintaining skill with manuscript (e.g.,
1.Listening Objectives - The student will be able to comprehend and analyze what is heard, specifically:<br><br>a. Attend to the speaker an
1. Speaking Objectives - The student will use organization and delivery strategies, specifically:<br><br>a. Speak clearly enough to be heard
1.<b>Phonics Objective</b> - The student will be able to use a variety of phonics skills to read unknown words in grade-level text includin
2.<b>Word Structure Objective</b> - The student will be able to use knowledge of word structure to sound out common word parts and bre
3.<b>Context Clues Objective</b> - The student will be able to use word meanings and word order in sentences to read unknown words or
4.<b>Sight Word Objectives</b> - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Use knowledge of sight words to read words fluently.<br><br>b
1.<b>Reading Rate Objectives</b> - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Read familiar text at a rate that is conversational and consisten
2.<b>Accuracy Objectives</b> - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Reread and self-correct while reading.<br><br>b. Decode words a
3.<b>Expression Objectives</b> - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Demonstrate appropriate use of phrasing by attending to sentence
1.<b>Exposure to Text Objectives</b> - The student will be able to increase vocabulary through exposure to a variety of texts, specifically:
2.<b>Acquire New Concepts Objectives</b> - The student will be able to develop a conceptual understanding of new words and phrases, sp
3.<b>Acquire New Vocabulary Objectives</b> - The student will be able to understand and use new vocabulary, specifically:<br><br>a. U
4.<b>Use of Reference Materials Objectives</b> - The student will be able to extend vocabulary knowledge using reference materials such
1.<b>Positive Reading Attitude Objectives</b> - The student will be able to develop a positive attitude and confidence in reading through e
2.<b>Comprehension Strategies Objective</b> - The student will be able to demonstrate the ability to interact with text to gain meaning by
3.<b>Before Reading Objectives</b> - The student will be able to use strategies to prepare for reading, specifically:<br><br>a. Choose app
4.<b>During Reading Objectives</b> - The student will be able to use strategies to make meaning while reading and to self-monitor compr
5.<b>After Reading Objectives</b> - The student will be able to use strategies to deepen comprehension of the text, specifically:<br><br>a
6.<b>Reader Response Objectives</b> - The student will be able to demonstrate comprehension of the text, specifically:<br><br>a. Engag
1. <b>Nonfiction Materials Objective</b> - The student will be able to read and identify the characteristics of nonfiction materials to gain i
2. <b>Functional Documents Objective</b> - The student will be able to read, use, and identify the characteristics of functional documents
3.<b>Personal Interest Objective</b> - The student will be able to select and read personal interest materials such as brochures, books, mag
1.<b>Print Features Objective</b> - The student will be able to use print features to facilitate understanding of informational text including
2. <b>Graphic Aids Objective</b> - The student will be able to use graphic aids to facilitate understanding of informational text including p
3. <b>Informational Aids Objective</b> - The student will be able to use informational aids to facilitate understanding of informational tex
4. <b>Organizational Aids Objective</b> - The student will be able to use organizational aids to facilitate understanding of informational te
5. <b>Online Features Objective</b> - The student will be able to use online features to facilitate understanding of informational text includ
1. <b>Organizational Structure Objective</b> - The student will be able to recognize methods for organizing informational texts including
2. <b>Organizational Words Objectives</b> - The student will be able to identify and use words and phrases associated with common orga
1. <b>Important Information in Text Objectives</b> - The student will be able to determine important ideas and messages in informational
2. <b>Use of Language Objectives</b> - The student will be able to identify and explain the author's use of language, including:<br><br>a
3. <b>Critical Evaluation Objectives</b> - The student will be able to read critically to evaluate informational text, specifically:<br><br>a.
1.<b>Text Features Objectives</b> - The student will be able to use text features to facilitate understanding of literary texts, specifically:<b
2.<b>Narration Objectives</b> - The student will be able to use elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding, specifically:<br><br
3.<b>Poetry Objectives</b> - The student will be able to:<br><br>a.Recognize features that identify poetry as a literary form, including str
4.<b>Drama Objectives</b> - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Recognize structural features that identify a play as a literary form, in
1.<b>Important Ideas in Text Objectives</b> - The student will be able to determine important ideas and messages in literary texts, specific
2.<b>Use of Language Objectives </b>- The student will be able to identify and describe the author's use of language, specifically:<br><br
3.<b>Critical Evaluation Objectives</b> - The student will be able to read critically to evaluate literary texts, specifically:<br><br>a. Ident
1. <b>Write to Express Personal Ideas Objectives</b> - The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that exp
2. <b>Write to Inform Objectives</b> - The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that inform by using sum
3. <b>Write to Persuade Objectives</b> - The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that persuade by selec
1. <b>Prewriting/Drafting Objectives</b> - The student will be able to compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies of effective w
2. <b>Revising/Editing/Publishing Objectives</b> - The student will be able to compose text using the revising and editing strategies of eff
1. <b>Language Choice Objectives</b> - The student will be able to assess the effectiveness of choice of details, words, and use of figurativ
1.Grammar/Usage Objectives - The student will be able to comprehend and apply standard English usage in oral and written language, spec
2.Punctuation Objectives - The student will be able to apply standard English punctuation in written language and explain how it makes and
3.Capitalization Objectives - The student will be able to apply standard English capitalization in written language and explain how it makes
4.Spelling Objectives - The student will be able to recognize conventional spelling in and through personal and academic reading and apply
5.Handwriting Objectives - The student will be able to produce writing that is legible to the audience, specifically:<br><br>a. Use manuscri
1.Listening Objectives - The student will be able to comprehend and analyze what is heard, specifically:<br><br>a. Attend to the speaker an
1.General Speaking Objectives - The student will be able to use organization and delivery strategies at an appropriate level, specifically:<br
2.Oral Presentation Objectives - The student will be able to make effective oral presentations, specifically:<br><br>a. Speak in a variety of
1.Phonics Objective - The student will be able to use a variety of phonics skills to read unknown words in grade-level text including hard an
2.Word Structure Objective - The student will be able to use knowledge of word structure to sound out common word parts and break word
3.Context Clues Objective - The student will be able to use word meanings and order in sentences to read unknown words or to confirm dec
4. Sight Word Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a.Use knowledge of sight words to read words fluently.<br><br>b.Increase
1.Reading Rate Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Read familiar text at a rate that is conversational and consistent.<br><b
2.Accuracy Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Reread and self-correct while reading.<br><br>b. Decode words automatic
3.Expression Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Demonstrate appropriate use of phrasing by attending to sentence patterns
1.Exposure to Text Objectives - The student will be able to increase vocabulary through exposure to a variety of texts, specifically:<br><br
2.Acquire New Concepts Objectives - The student will be able to develop a conceptual understanding of new words and phrases, specificall
3.Acquire New Vocabulary Objectives - The student will be able to understand and use new vocabulary, specifically:<br><br>a. Use contex
4.Use of Reference Materials Objectives - The student will be able to extend vocabulary knowledge using reference materials such as dictio
1.Positive Reading Attitude Objectives - The student will be able to develop a positive attitude and confidence in reading through exposure
2.Comprehension Strategies Objective - The student will be able to demonstrate the ability to interact with text to gain meaning by activatin
3.Before Reading Objectives - The student will be able to use strategies to prepare for reading, specifically:<br><br>a. Choose appropriate
4.During Reading Objectives - The student will be able to use strategies to make meaning while reading and to self-monitor comprehension,
5.After Reading Objectives - The student will be able to use strategies to deepen comprehension of the text, specifically:<br><br>a. Identify
6.Reader Response Objectives - The student will be able to demonstrate comprehension of the text, specifically:<br><br>a. Engage in conv
1.Nonfiction Materials Objective - The student will be able to read and identify the characteristics of nonfiction materials to gain informatio
2.Functional Documents Objective - The student will be able to read, use, and identify the characteristics of functional documents including
3.Personal Interest Objective - The student will be able to select and read personal interest materials such as brochures, books, magazines, c
1.Print Features Objective - The student will be able to use print features to facilitate understanding of informational text including large bo
2.Graphic Aids Objective - The student will be able to use graphic aids to facilitate understanding of informational text including pictures; c
3.Informational Aids Objective - The student will be able to use informational aids to facilitate understanding of informational text includin
4.Organizational Aids Objective - The student will be able to use organizational aids to facilitate understanding of informational text includi
5.Online Features Objective - The student will be able to use online features to facilitate understanding of informational text including URL
1.Organizational Structure Objective - The student will be able to recognize methods for organizing informational texts including sequential
2.Organizational Words Objectives - The student will be able to identify and use words and phrases associated with common organizational
1.Important Information in Text Objectives - The student will be able to determine important ideas and messages in informational text, spec
2.Use of Language Objectives - The student will be able to identify and explain the author's use of language, including:<br><br>a.Specific
3.Critical Evaluation Objectives - The student will be able to read critically to evaluate informational text, specifically:<br><br>a. Explain w
1.Text Features Objectives - The student will be able to use text features to facilitate understanding of literary texts, specifically:<br><br>a.
2.Narration Objectives - The student will be able to use elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding, specifically:<br><br>a. Ident
3.Poetry Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Recognize features that identify poetry as a literary form including structure (e
4.Drama Objectives - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Recognize structural features that identify a play as a literary form including th
1.Important Ideas in Text Objectives - The student will be able to determine important ideas and messages in literary texts, specifically:<br>
2.Use of Language Objectives - The student will be able to identify and describe the author's use of language, specifically:<br><br>a. Ident
3.Critical Evaluation Objectives - The student will be able to read critically to evaluate literary texts, specifically:<br><br>a. Identify and ex
1.Write to Express Personal Ideas Objectives - The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that express perso
2.Write to Inform Objectives - The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that inform using a structure with
3.Write to Persuade Objectives - The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that persuade by selecting and o
1.Prewriting/Drafting Objectives - The student will be able to compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies of effective writers and
2.Revising/Editing/Publishing Objectives - The student will be able to compose text using the revising and editing strategies of effective wri
1.Language Choice Objectives - The student will be able to assess the effectiveness of details, word choice, and use of figurative language w
1. Grammar/Usage Objectives - The student will be able to comprehend and apply standard English usage in oral and written language, spec
2.Punctuation Objectives - The student will be able to apply standard English punctuation in written language and explain how it makes and
3.Capitalization Objectives - The student will be able to apply standard English capitalization in written language and explain how it makes
4.Spelling Objectives - The student will be able to recognize conventional spelling in and through personal and academic reading and apply
5.Handwriting Objectives - The student will be able to produce writing that is legible to the audience, specifically:<br><br>a.Maintain accu
1.Listening Objectives - The student will be able to comprehend and analyze what is heard, specifically:<br><br>a. Attend to the speaker an
1.General Speaking Objectives - The student will use organization and delivery strategies at an appropriate level, specifically:<br><br>a. D
2.Oral Presentation Objectives - The student will make effective oral presentations, specifically:<br><br>a. Speak in a variety of situations
1.<b>Reading Rate Objectives</b> - The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Read familiar text at a rate that is conversational and consisten
2.<b>Accuracy Objectives </b>- The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Decode words automatically.<br><br>b. Reread and self-correct u
3.<b>Expression Objectives</b>- The student will be able to:<br><br>a. Demonstrate appropriate use of phrasing by attending to sentence
1.<b>Exposure to Text Objectives</b> - The student will be able to increase vocabulary through exposure to a variety of texts, specifically:
2.<b>Acquire New Concepts Objectives </b>- The student will be able to identify and correctly use new words acquired through study of th
3.<b>Acquire New Vocabulary Objectives</b> - The student will be able to understand and use new vocabulary, specifically:<br><br>a. U
4.<b>Use of Reference Materials Objectives </b>- The student will be able to extend vocabulary knowledge using reference materials such
1.<b>Positive Reading Attitude Objectives </b>- The student will be able to develop a positive attitude and confidence in reading through e
2.<b>Comprehension Strategies Objective</b> - The student will be able to demonstrate the ability to interact with text to gain meaning by
3.<b>Before Reading Objectives</b> - The student will be able to use strategies to prepare for reading, specifically:<br><br>a. Choose app
4.<b>During Reading Objectives</b> - The student will be able to use strategies to make meaning and self-monitor comprehension while re
5.<b>After Reading Objectives </b>- The student will be able to use strategies to deepen comprehension of the text, specifically:<br><br>a
6.<b>Reader Response Objectives</b> - The student will be able to demonstrate comprehension of the text, specifically:<br><br>a. Engag
1. <b>Nonfiction Materials Objective</b> - The student will be able to read and identify the characteristics of nonfiction materials to gain i
2. <b>Functional Documents Objective</b> - The student will be able to read, use, and identify the characteristics of functional documents
3. <b>Personal Interest Objective</b> - The student will be able to select and read personal interest materials such as brochures, books, ma
1. <b>Print Features Objective</b> - The student will be able to use print features to facilitate understanding of informational text including
2. <b>Graphic Aids Objective</b> - The student will be able to use graphic aids to facilitate understanding of informational text including p
3. <b>Informational Aids Objective</b> - The student will be able to use informational aids to facilitate understanding of informational tex
4. <b>Organizational Aids Objective</b> - The student will be able to use organizational aids to facilitate understanding of informational te
5. <b>Online Features Objective</b> - The student will be able to use online features to facilitate understanding of informational text includ
1. <b>Organizational Structure Objective</b> - The student will be able to recognize methods for organizing informational texts and words
1. <b>Important Information in Text Objectives </b>- The student will be able to determine important ideas and messages in informational
2. <b>Use of Language Objectives</b> - The student will be able to identify and explain the author's use of language, including:<br><br>a
3. <b>Critical Evaluation Objectives</b> - The student will be able to read critically to evaluate informational text, specifically:<br><br>a.
1.<b>Text Features Objectives</b> - The student will be able to identify and explain the use of text features to facilitate understanding of li
2.<b>Narration Objectives</b> - The student will be able to identify and explain the use of elements of narrative texts to facilitate understan
3.<b>Poetry Objectives</b> - The student will be able to identify and explain the use of elements of poetry to facilitate understanding, spec
4.<b>Drama Objectives</b> - The student will be able to identify and explain the use of elements of drama to facilitate understanding, spec
1.<b>Important Ideas in Text Objectives</b> - The student will be able to determine important ideas and messages in literary texts, specific
2.<b>Use of Language Objectives </b>- The student will be able to identify and explain the author's use of language, specifically:<br><br>
3.<b>Critical Evaluation Objectives </b>- The student will be able to read critically to evaluate literary texts, specifically:<br><br>a. Ident
1. <b>Write to Express Personal Ideas Objectives</b> - The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that exp
2. <b>Write to Inform Objectives</b>-The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that inform using relevant
3. <b>Write to Persuade Objectives</b> - The student will be able to compose oral, written, and visual presentations that persuade by selec
1. <b>Prewriting/Drafting Objectives</b> - The student will be able to compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies of effective w
2. <b>Revising/Editing/Publishing Objectives</b>- The student will be able to compose texts using the revising and editing strategies of eff
1. <b>Language Choice Objectives</b>- The student will be able to assess the effectiveness of details, word choice, and use of figurative la
1.<b>Grammar/Usage Objectives </b>- The student will be able to comprehend and apply standard English usage in oral and written langua
2.<b>Punctuation Objectives</b> - The student will be able to apply standard English punctuation in written language and explain and justi
3.<b>Capitalization Objectives </b>- The student will be able to apply standard English capitalization in written language and explain and j
4.<b>Spelling Objectives</b> - The student will be able to recognize conventional spelling in and through personal and academic reading a
5.<b>Handwriting Objectives </b>- The student will be able to produce writing that is legible to the audience, specifically:<br><br>a. Writ
1. <b>Listening Objectives</b> - The student will be able to comprehend and analyze what is heard, specifically:<br><br>a. Attend to the s
1.<b>General Speaking Objectives </b>- The student will use organization and delivery strategies at an appropriate level, specifically: <br>
2.<b>Oral Presentation Objectives </b>- The student will make effective oral presentations, specifically:<br><br>a. Speak in a variety of si
Compute earnings
Investigate jobs and their educational requirements
Predict the job market
Anticipate fringe benefits
Calculate net pay
Understand taxes, withholdings, dependents, health insurance, and social security
Fill out a W-4 form
Understand the cost of living for various locations
Estimate the resale value of a used care, given asking price and terms of finance
Calculate the cost of purchasing a new car
Calculate the closing costs of purchasing a home
Compute the total costs of owning a home
Compare the cost of renting a house to the cost of buying a home
Calculate property depreciation
Interpret rental insurance agreements
Calculate the cost of equipping an apartment, including utilities
Calculate the cost of moving given predetermined criteria
Interpret a rental lease
Calculate the annual cost of renting an apartment
Suggest criteria on which to select an apartment based on income and personal preference
Calculate interest, payment, new balance, and final payment of a loan
Determine strategies that will eliminate debt and ensure financial stability
Explain the process used in determining a sample individual's credit rating
Calculate interest charges and determine the Annual Percentage Rate (APR)
Calculate monthly payments and total payments on a loan
Understand how to select a new or used car
Estimate the value of a used car
Understand the costs of leasing a car
Understand equity and depreciation
Compare terms for financing a car
Calculate the cost of owning a car - gas, maintenance, and insurance
Calculate the new balance on a charge account
Explain the process of using a credit card and their purpose in the marketplace
Calculate compound interest using tables
Calculate compound interest and the total amount due
Use a budget based on income to create a balanced budget
Adjust a budget to pay for expected expenses to maintain a balanced budget
Compute the new balance on an account statement after a transaction has been made and/or interest has been credited
Compare savings accounts to determine the best return on the principle
Compute online banking charges
Reconcile a bank statement with the corresponding check register balance
Write checks and maintain a check register
Compute the total checking account deposit
Compare bank service charges
Compute costs for tour vacations
Compare the costs of traveling by air and by car
a. Explore and recognize geometric patterns
b. Identify and apply basic definitions of geometry
c. Identify and apply segment relationships including segment addition, midpoint of a segment, and the concept of betweenness
d. Graph points and lines in the coordinate plane
e. Calculate the distance between two points in the coordinate plane
f. Find the midpoint of a given segment in the coordinate plane
g. Identify and apply angle relationships including complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles
h. Construct a segment bisector and the bisector of a given angle
i. Find the perimeter and area of common plane figures
j. Represent a point in space as an ordered triple (GT)
k. Use the distance and midpoint formulas for segments in three-dimensional space (GT)
l. Explore relationships given a set of points in space such as collinear, coplanar, and relative placement inside or outside a figure (GT)
a. Use inductive reasoning to arrive at a valid conclusion
b. Analyze and rewrite conditional and biconditional statements
c. Find a counterexample to disprove a conjecture
d. Write the inverse, converse, and contrapositive of a conditional statement
e. Use point, line, and plane postulates to solve problems and prove theorems about segments and angles
f. Use deductive reasoning to prove a conjecture
g. Use the properties of equality in a geometric situation
h. Present valid arguments in the form of narrative, flow chart, or two-column proof
i. Construct a segment congruent to a given segment
j. Draw conclusions from a Venn diagram
k. Identify errors in mathematical and logical reasoning
l. Use indirect proof to justify algebraic and geometric conjectures (GT)
a. Identify parallel and perpendicular lines and planes
b. Draw parallel lines, intersecting lines, and perpendicular bisectors
c. Determine the measures of angles formed by parallel lines, perpendicular lines, and transversals
d. Prove statements and theorems using parallel and perpendicular lines
e. Determine the slope of a line parallel or perpendicular to a given line
f. Construct a line perpendicular to a line at a given point on the line, a line perpendicular from a given point to a line, an angle congruent to
a. Classify triangles by their sides and by their angles
b. Apply the Triangle-Angle Sum Theorem, the Isosceles Triangle Theorem and its converse, and the Exterior Angle Theorem
c. Name corresponding parts of congruent polygons
d. Prove triangles congruent using SAS, SSS, ASA, AAS, and HL theorems
e. Construct a triangle congruent to a given triangle
f. Use congruent triangles to prove statements and theorems
g. Use the Perpendicular Bisector Theorem and its converse
h. Use the Angle Bisector Theorem and its converse
i. Identify and construct the median, the altitude, and the perpendicular bisector of the sides of a triangle
j. Identify the midsegments of a triangle and use the properties of the midsegment of a triangle
k. Compare the side and angle measurements in one triangle
l. Use the Triangle Inequality Theorem
m. Construct, in the context of a real-world application, the centroid, circumcenter, and incenter of a triangle
a. Identify regular and nonregular polygons
b. Describe the characteristics of a quadrilateral
c. Apply the properties of parallelograms
d. Justify that a quadrilateral is a parallelogram
e. Use the properties of special quadrilaterals
f. Investigate the family hierarchy of quadrilaterals
g. Calculate the area of triangles and quadrilaterals
h. Justify that a quadrilateral is a rectangle, rhombus, or square (GT)
a. Perform geometric transformations including reflections, rotations, translations and dilations
b. Describe how transformations affect the properties of geometric figures
c. Use transformations to recognize and create designs
d. Name corresponding parts of similar polygons
e. Apply proportions to similar figures in real-world problems
f. Prove triangles similar using AA, SSS, SAS Similarity Theorems
g. Write and plot ordered pairs from matrix notation and find transformation images, including rotations, reflections, dilations and translatio
h. Identify the distance and direction of a given vector and find resultant vectors (GT)
i. Describe translations using vectors and find translation images using vector sums (GT)
a. State and apply the theorem involving the altitude on the hypotenuse as the geometric mean, and find the geometric mean between two nu
b. Define and apply the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse
c. Use the Pythagorean Theorem to develop and solve problems involving right triangles and special right triangles (30-60-90 and 45-45-90
d. Define sine, cosine, and tangent ratios in right triangles
e. Use appropriate keystrokes on a graphing calculator to find trigonometric ratios and measures of angles
f. Find the missing parts of a right triangle using trigonometric and inverse trigonometric ratios
g. Apply right triangle trigonometry to real-world situations
h. Apply the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines to solve problems involving oblique triangles, disregarding problems that use the ambigu
a. Find the measures of interior and exterior angles of polygons
b. Determine the perimeter and area of regular polygons
c. Find the area of similar figures
d. Compare perimeter and area of congruent and similar polygons
a. Calculate the volume and surface areas of solid figures including composite figures
b. Compare linear dimensions, surface area, and volume of similar figures using ratios
c. Apply formulas for surface area and volume to real-world situations
d. Explore nets of three-dimensional figures
e. Analyze the properties and relationships of geometric solids with bases other than rectangles, triangles, or circles (GT)
f. Analyze the properties and relationships of truncated three-dimensional solids (GT)
a. Calculate the measure of angles and line segments created by radii, chords, secants, and tangents
b. Apply relationships among central angles, inscribed angles, and arcs of circles
c. Solve problems involving inscribed and circumscribed polygons
d. Construct a tangent to a circle at a given point when the given point is on that circle and when the point is not on that circle (GT)
e. Calculate circumference, arc length, and area of a circle and a sector
f. Explore the relationship between radian measure and the corresponding degree measure from 0 to 2%u03C0 (GT)
a. Investigate why the parallel postulate is invalid in spherical geometry (GT)
b. Investigate other geometric properties in spherical geometry, using spheres as physical models (GT)
c. Investigate why the parallel postulate is invalid in hyperbolic geometry (GT)
d. Investigate other geometric properties in hyperbolic geometry, using Non-Euclid computer software (GT)
Recognize, describe, and/or extend patterns and functional relationships that are expressed numerically, algebraically, and/or geometrically
Represent patterns and/or functional relationships in a table, as a graph, and/or by mathematical expression
Apply addition, subtraction, multiplication, and/or division of algebraic expressions to mathematical and real-world problems
Describe the graph of a non-linear function and discuss its appearance in terms of the basic concepts of maxima and minima, zeros (roots), r
Determine the equation for a line, solve linear equations, and/or describe the solutions using numbers, symbols, and/or graphs
Solve linear inequalities and describe the solutions using numbers, symbols, and/or graphs
Solve and describe using numbers, symbols, and/or graphs if and where two straight lines intersect
Describe how the graphical model of a non-linear function represents a given problem and will estimate the solution
Apply formulas and/or use matrices (arrays of numbers) to solve real-world problems
Design and/or conduct an investigation that uses statistical methods to analyze data and communicate results
Use the measures of central tendency and/or variability to make informed conclusions
Calculate theoretical probability or use simulations or statistical inference from data to estimate the probability of an event
Make informed decisions and predictions based upon the results of simulations and data from research
Interpret data and/or make predictions by finding and using a line of best fit and by using a given curve of best fit
Communicate the use and misuse of statistics
3. Students will apply various dynamic levels to a simple melody to achieve changes in mood.
Identify and describe natural resources as:<br>* Land<br>* Forests<br>* Water<br>* Wildlife.
Recognize and compare how different parts of the world have varying amounts and types of natural resources and how the use of those reso
Explain that within any environment organisms with similar needs may compete with one another for resources.<br>* Discuss why produce
Cite examples to illustrate that competition is reduced when organisms use different sets of resources, such as birds in a forest eat different k
Identify and describe factors that could limit populations within any environment, such as disease, introduction of a nonnative species, deple
Explain that populations increase or decrease relative to the availability of resources and the conditions of the environment.<br>* Define ec
Recognize and describe that extinction occurs when the adaptive traits of a population do not support its survival.
Recognize that evolution accounts for the diversity of species.
Give reasons supporting the fact that the number of organisms an environment can support depends on the physical conditions and resource
Recognize and describe that gradual (climatic) and sudden (floods and fires) changes in environmental conditions affect the survival of orga
Recognize that adaptations may include variations in structures, behaviors, or physiology, such as spiny leaves on a cactus, birdcalls, and an
Recognize and describe that adaptation and speciation involve the selection of natural variations in a population.<br>* Explain the theory o
Recognize and describe that evolutionary change in species over time occurs as a result of natural variation in organisms and environmental
Explain that the more recently deposited rock layers are likely to contain fossils resembling existing species.<br>* Use the evidence in sedim
Describe how sediments of sand and smaller particles (sometimes containing the remains of organisms) are gradually buried and are cement
Explain that in any particular environment individual organisms with certain traits are more likely than others to survive and have offspring.
Describe ways in which changes in environmental conditions can affect the survival of individual organisms and entire species.
Explain, with examples, ways that people control some characteristics of plants and animals they raise by selective breeding.
Explain that in all environments - freshwater, marine, forest, desert, grassland, mountain, and others - organisms with similar needs may com
Use analogies, models, or drawings to represent that animals and plants have a great variety of body plans and internal structures that define
Explain that in any particular environment, the growth and survival of organisms and species depend on the physical conditions.
Cite examples and describe that small differences between parents and offspring can accumulate (through selective breeding) in successive g
Identify general distinctions among organisms that support classifying some things as plants, some as animals, and some that do not fit neatl
Provide examples and explain that organisms sorted into groups share similarities in external structures as well as similarities in internal ana
Compile evidence to verify the claim of biologists that the features of organisms connect or differentiate them_these include external and in
Identify evidence to support the idea that there is greater variation among offspring of organisms that reproduce sexually than among those t
Use information about how the transfer of traits from parent or parents to offspring occurs, to explain how selective breeding for particular t
Investigate organisms that reproduce asexually to identify what traits they receive from the parent.<br>* Justify why some organisms reprod
Investigate and explain that in sexual reproduction, a single specialized cell from a female (egg) merges with a specialized cell from a male
Investigate and explain that in some kinds of organisms, all the genes come from a single parent, whereas in organisms that have sexes, typi
Explain the ways that genetic information is passed from parent to offspring in different organisms.
Recognize and explain how disease disrupts the structure and function of living organisms.<br>* Give examples of acquired factors (e.g., di
Develop a response that explains the meaning of the statement, _The specialization of cells serves the operation of the organs, and the organ
Investigate ways in which the various organs and tissues function to serve the needs of cells for food, air, and waste removal.<br>* Describe
Describe and explain that the complex set of systems found in multicellular organisms are made up of different kinds of tissues and organs w
Select several body systems and explain the role of cells, tissues, and organs that effectively carry out a vital function for the organism, such
Recognize and provide examples that human beings, like other organisms, have complex body systems of cells, tissues and organs that inter
Ask and seek answers to questions about the fact that transfer of matter between organisms continues indefinitely because organisms are dec
Provide evidence that supports the premise _In the flow of matter system the total amount of matter remains constant even though its form a
Provide evidence from research to explain how plants can use the food they make immediately for fuel or stored for later use.<br>* Identify
Based on data compiled from a number of lessons completed, take and defend a position on the statement, _The way in which cells function
Explain that the transfer and transformation of matter and energy links organisms to one another and to their physical setting.
Cite evidence from research and observations that food provides molecules that serve as fuel and building materials for all organisms.<br>*
Cite evidence from research and observations that organisms that eat plants or animals break down what they have consumed (food) to prod
Investigate and describe the processes that enable plants to use the energy from light to make sugars (food) from carbon dioxide and water.<
Collect data from investigations using single celled organisms, such as yeast or algae to explain that a single cell carries out all the basic life
Based on research and examples from video technology, explain that the repeated division of cells enables organisms to grow and make rep
Based on data from readings and designed investigations, cite evidence to illustrate that the life functions of multicellular organisms (plant a
Investigate the effects of Earth_s tilt on the amount of sunlight received. [G/T]
Gather and organize data to defend or argue the proposition that all living things are cellular (composed of cells) and that cells carry out the
Use microscopes or other magnifying instruments to observe, describe, and compare the cellular composition of different body tissues and o
Define solstices and equinoxes.
Recognize and explain the effects of the tilt of Earth_s axis.
Demonstrate the arrangement of the Sun, Moon, and Earth during solar and lunar eclipses.
Identify and describe how the shape and location of the orbits of asteroids and comets affect their periods of revolution.
Recognize and describe that Earth_s axis is tilted about 23 degrees from vertical with respect to the plane of its orbit and points in the same
Recognize and describe that the tilt of Earth_s axis causes.<br>* Changes in the angle of the Sun in the sky during the year<br>* Seasonal d
Compare the movements of the planets of the Solar System and explain the environmental differences that results from them (length of day a
Recognize and explain how the force of gravity causes the tides.
Identify and describe the cause of high and low tides.
Relate the pattern of daily high and low tides to the relative positions of Earth, Moon, and Sun.
Describe how lunar and solar eclipses occur.
Identify that our solar system is a component of the Milky Way Galaxy.
Identify and describe the various types of galaxies.
Identify and describe the type, size, and scale of the Milky Way Galaxy.
Identify and explain celestial phenomena using the regular and predictable motion of objects in the solar system.
Identify and describe the relationships among the period of revolution of a planet, the length of its solar year, and its distance from the Sun.
Identify and explain the relationship between the rotation of a planet or moon on its axis and the length of the solar day for that celestial obj
Identify and explain the cause of the phases of the Moon.
Recognize that objects of our solar system are interrelated.
Recognize that Earth and its closest star, the Sun, are part of a disk-shape galaxy of stars and that our galaxy is one of billions of galaxies.
Describe the characteristics of our Sun.
Construct models with accurate scales that represent the position of the Earth relative to the Sun and to other planets.
Measure a distance accurately using a meter stick.
Identify and describe the general pattern of movement of all objects in our solar system.
Recognize that the pull of gravity causes the pattern of motion of celestial objects such as planets, moons, comets, asteroids, and meteors.
Identify and describe the components of the Universe.
Recognize that a galaxy contains billions of stars that cannot be distinguished by the unaided eye because of their great distance from Earth,
Identify and describe problems associated with obtaining, using, and distributing natural resources.
Identify possible solutions to problems associated with obtaining, using, and distributing natural resources.
Recognize and explain the impact of a changing human population on the use of natural resources and on environmental quality.
Differentiate between renewable and nonrenewable resources.
Identify the environmental problems associated with the use of resources, specifically soil erosion, water pollution, and deforestation.
Based on data identify and describe the positive and negative impacts of an increasing human population on the use of natural resources.
Recognize and describe the decreasing dependence on local resources due to the impact of available transportation.
Recognize and explain that human-caused changes have consequences for Maryland_s environment as well as for other places and future tim
Identify and describe a range of local issues that have an impact on people in other places.<br>* Air pollution<br>* Water pollution<br>* T
Recognize and describe how environmental change in one part of the world can have consequences for other parts of the world.
Identify and describe that ecosystems can be impacted by human activities.<br>* Protection of the Chesapeake Bay watershed<br>* Resour
Identify and describe natural resources as:<br>* Land<br>* Water<br>* Wind<br>* Fossil fuels<br>* Minerals.
Identify and describe the distribution of natural resources around the Earth.
Identify and describe how the natural change processes may be affected by human activities.<br>* Agriculture<br>* Beach preservation<br
Identify and describe how human activities produce changes in natural processes.<br>* Climate change<br>* Cycling of matter
Recognize and compare how different parts of the world have varying amounts and types of natural resources and how the use of those reso
Compare the water cycle in different regions of the world (i.e., Saharan Africa, rainforest, Chesapeake Bay).
Recognize and describe that environmental changes can have local, regional, and global consequences.
Identify and describe local, regional, or global environmental issues.
Identify and describe that different individuals or groups are affected by an issue in different ways.
Recognize and explain how human activities can accelerate or magnify many naturally occurring changes.
Based on data from research identify and describe how natural processes change the environment.<br>* Sedimentation in watersheds<br>*
Explain the effects of ocean temperatures on climate and the atmosphere.
Explain how topography (such as mountains, glaciers, and lakes) affects Earth_s climate.
Explain the effect of latitude on climate.
Recognize and describe how the tilt of Earth's axis affects the climate in Maryland.
Recognize and describe the global effects of volcanic eruptions, greenhouse gases, and El Nino.
Recognize and explain how human activities can accelerate or magnify many naturally occurring changes in climates now and in the future.
Compare physical and chemical weathering and provide examples of changes caused in Earth materials or features by each of these processe
Recognize and describe the various factors that affect climate.
Identify and describe how the temperature and precipitation of an area are affected by surface and ocean features.<br>* Relative location of
Cite evidence to demonstrate and explain that physical weathering and chemical weathering cause changes to Earth materials.
Identify examples of physical weathering, such as the effect of wind, ice, etc. and describe the changes caused in each.
Describe the changes in materials caused by each of the chemical weathering processes listed:<br>* Rusting/tarnishing<br>* Dissolving by
Explain how sedimentary rock buried deep enough may be reformed by pressure and heat and these re-formed rock layers may be forced up
Cite evidence to confirm that thousands of layers of sedimentary rock reveal the long history of the changing surface of the Earth.<br>* Use
Explain why some fossils found in the top layers of sedimentary rock are older then those found beneath in lower layers.<br>* Folding<br>
Recognize and explain that fossils found in layers of sedimentary rock provide evidence of changing life forms.
Recognize how different types of fossils are formed, such as petrified remains, imprints, molds, and casts.
Recognize and explain that the fossil record of plants and animals describes changes in life forms over time.
Cite features that can be used as evidence to distinguish among the three types of rocks and relate these features to the processes that form e
Describe the processes that change one form of rock into another (rock cycle).
Explain how sedimentary rock is formed periodically, embedding plant and animal remains and leaving a record of the sequence in which th
Identify and describe the processes that form igneous rocks.<br>* Volcanic eruptions<br>* Igneous intrusions
Identify and describe the processes that form metamorphic rocks.<br>* High temperature<br>* Pressure
Recognize and explain that major geologic events (earthquakes, volcanic activity, sea floor spreading) occur along crustal plate boundaries.
Differentiate among sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic rocks based upon the processes by which they are formed.
Identify and describe the processes that form sedimentary rock.<br>* Deposition<br>* Compaction<br>* Cementation
Recognize and explain how major geologic events are a result of the movement of Earth_s crustal plates.
Recognize and describe the evidence for plate movement.<br>* Shape of continents.<br>* Continuity of geologic features and fossils on th
Relate the movement of magma to movement to temperature and density differences.
Illustrate how convection currents in the mantle cause crustal movement. [G/T]
Recognize and describe the internal and external structure of the Earth.
Recognize and describe that the Earth_s mantle:<br>* Lies between the core and the crust.<br>* Is very hot.<br>* Has properties of both s
Recognize and describe that the Earth_s core:<br>* Is at the center of the Earth.<br>* Is very hot.<br>* Is dense and metallic.
Identify and describe the Earth_s crust:<br>* The solid crust consists of separate plates.<br>* The plates constantly move at a slow pace in
Measure temperature accurately using a Celsius thermometer.
Explain the relationship between cloud type and cloud cover and weather conditions.
Identify and describe weather patterns associated with high and low pressure systems and frontal systems.<br>* Based on observable pheno
Identify and describe the atmospheric and hydrospheric conditions associated with the formation and development of hurricanes, tornadoes,
Use commas when writing letter greetings and closings, and words in a series.
Use apostrophes when writing contractions.
Apply grammatical and mechanical conventions in writing. (i.e., writing a heading on a paper)
Recognize cause and effect.
Apply some standard English punctuation and capitalization. (i.e., question marks, exclamation marks, and capital letters)
Describe visual images.
Use limited vocabulary to read simple words in phrases and simple patterned sentences about a familiar topic.
Identify the problem and solution.
Respond appropriately to factual questions (oral/written) or simple selected response items.
Identify a character's traits.
Demonstrate comprehension of a teacher read aloud by responding to wh- and yes/no questions about the text.
Confirm and/or revise predictions and draw conclusions.
Make text to self connections from different sources and text to world connections.
Discuss similarities and differences between stories or characters in a story.
Retell a sequence of events or steps in a process.
Demonstrate literal comprehension of text by responding to questions.
Identify text features: boldface words, titles, illustrations, index and table of contents.
Use pacing, intonation, and rhythm to convey meaning and expression.
Develop and apply vocabulary from a variety of texts.
Ask questions to clarify meaning.
Use a range of vocabulary and syntax to read simple sentences about a familiar topic.
Use punctuation cues to clarify meaning.
Read familiar text at a rate that is conversational and consistent.
Decode unfamiliar words by applying knowledge of letter/sound relationships, word structure and context clues.
Use knowledge of sight words to read words fluently.
Read familiar text with accuracy.
Identify and describe how various tools (barometer, thermometer, anemometer, psychrometer) are used to collect weather data and forecast
Identify and use more complex contractions. (i.e., I’ve, I’ll, she’ll)
Form abbreviations.
Make new words by changing the first letter or the last letter.
Changing first and last word parts of make new words: spring/bring; fan/far.
Apply knowledge of words and structures to read unfamiliar text.
Distinguish meaning of unknown words through knowledge of compound words.
Identify base words, prefixes and suffixes.
Identify syllables in words.
Explore simple homophones and multiple meaning words.
Identify some common vocabulary related to academic concepts and processes using visual support and repetition. (i.e., farm animals and co
Recognize synonyms and antonyms.
Build and write high frequency words.
Locate high frequency words in text.
Recognizing and using vowel combinations.
Identify at least 40% of grade level high frequency words.
Recognizing consonant clusters and consonants with two sounds.
Learning about word structure: r with a vowel.
Connecting beginning sounds and letters.
Recognizing vowel sounds: silent e.
Matching letter names and sounds.
Recognize consonants and short vowels and their corresponding sounds to decode new and familiar words. (First grade only)
Identify consonants and vowels.
Use alphabetical order.
Hearing, identifying, and blending onsets and rimes.
Hearing and changing sound patterns to make new words.
Recognize the number of words in a sentence.
Hearing and recognizing medial sounds, blends, and digraphs.
Hearing and repeating long and short vowel sounds.
Hearing sounds in sequence.
Segmenting a one-syllable word into its onset and rime.
Hearing, saying, and indicating syllables non-verbally.
Recognize that print appears in different forms. (i.e., labels, signs, and logos)
Hear and distinguish some common phonemic patterns (blends) in initial, medial, and ending positions.
Hearing and making rhymes.
Demonstrate comprehension of text with a wide range of familiar words and a moderate range of academic vocabulary.
Use words structures to determine meaning of unknown words through prefixes, suffixes, roots and base words and compound words.
Use context clues, sentence structures, and visual cues to guide self-correction.
Use resources to determine the meaning of words. (i.e., Dictionaries, glossaries, and thesauruses)
Recognize and identify that spoken language can be written and read.
Demonstrate an understanding of the role of author and illustrator.
Recognized and identify uppercase and lowercase letters and their corresponding sounds.
Identify a limited range of basic and academic words used during language experience activities. (i.e., Man saw a dog.)
Demonstrate understanding of concepts of print. (i.e., Words build a sentence to express an idea and are separated by spaces.)
Recognize common text structures and simple language patterns. (i.e., repetition and rhyme as well as the use of past tense in stories)
Use articles.
Identify and use words and phrases that show sequence, descriptive and spatial relationships.
Recognize and use transitional markers. (i.e., ordinal numbers, next, and finally.)
Demonstrate knowledge of the word order of questions and simple statements. (i.e., "Do you have a circle?" "Yes, I do.")
Replace subject and object nouns with the appropriate pronouns.
Create compound sentences to connect ideas.
Recognize commonly used contractions to determine meaning.( i.e., Can’t don’t, and won’t)
Use possessive pronouns.
Use present continuous in statements and questions.
Use subject-verb-object sentence pattern.
Use adjectives and nouns to describe.
Use a range of grade level appropriate prepositions and directional words (i.e., Over and under)
Use adverbs to modify verbs.
Recognize and form irregular plurals. (i.e., Goose and geese, mouse and mice, etc.)
Form and use present and past questions with regular and irregular verbs.
Form and use present and past negative statements with common verbs.
Form and use simple present, past and future verb tenses in context. (i.e., "We will go outside for recess.")
Express cause and effect relationships using phrases with because.
Recognize some basic inflectional endings in familiar words to determine meaning such as –ing and –ed. (i.e., Jumping comes from the wor
Justify a conclusion through examples or evidence.
Evaluate events or results. (a field trip, an experiment, a story)
Listen and interpret meaning presented through a variety of media. (i.e., audiotape, video, and CD)
Express predictions and future events in simple phrases and sentences.
Identify common vocabulary related to academic concepts and processes. (i.e., "Who is the first character in the story?")
Respond to questions about a topic with visual or oral prompts.
Describe and compare characteristics of people, places, and things using a limited range of common vocabulary in short phrases and simple
Evaluate academic information using words or phrases. (i.e., yes, I like or no, I don’t like.)
State an observation using phrases and sentences. (i.e., "I see bird. I see a brown dog.)"
Respond to questions about a topic with visual or oral prompts.
Express predictions and future events in simple phrases and sentences.
Describe and compare characteristics of people, places, and things using a limited range of common vocabulary in short phrases and simple
Identify common vocabulary related to academic concepts and processes. (i.e., "Who is the first character in the story?")
Evaluate academic information using words or phrases. (i.e., yes, I like or no, I don’t like.)
State an observation using phrases and sentences. (i.e., "I see bird. I see a brown dog.)"
Explain personal information in social and classroom situations using simple sentences.
Respond to and use idiomatic expressions and colloquialisms appropriately as well as recognize them in texts. (i.e., Busy as a bee.)
Use correct stress in pronouncing multi-syllabic and on the correct word(s) in a sentence.
Use common social and pragmatics cues. (i.e., reading body language to determine emotions.
Recognize and distinguish some pronunciation patterns that affect meaning. (i.e., intonation in questions and statements, and exclamations)
Use appropriate language to persuade.
Ask and respond to wh-questions with simple words and phrases.
Ask questions to gain information about interpersonal and academic topics. (i.e., "How do you do this?")
Respond appropriately to a variety of factual choice questions with simple language structures.
Express likes/dislikes, feelings, and emotions using simple and compound sentences. (i.e., "I like ice cream but I don’t like yogurt.")
Use common expressions to warn or advise.
Respond appropriately to classroom commands containing simple language structures. (i.e., "Open your book. Close the door.")
Follow one and two-step verbal instructions. (i.e., "Close your book and take out your pencil.")
Express some needs and wants using high frequency vocabulary in simple sentences. (i.e., " I need to go to the bathroom.")
State and describe personal or academic information in discourse with a few errors in syntax.
Ask for and give advice.
Participate in conversations by elaborating and extending other people's ideas and words.
Respond appropriately to everyday greetings, some invitations or other social interactions.
Use language to turn take and reach consensus.
Listen to and evaluate the speaker’s message and state in words, phrases or simple sentences.
Use language appropriate to audience and setting.
<b>Healthy School Environment</b><br>The school buildings and grounds are managed and maintained to ensure that all students and sta
<b>School and Community</b>
<b> Community Parnters in the local community</b><br>The school encourages and supports student, staff, and community partnerships th
<b>Community Partners at the school</b><br>Community partners encourage and support students and staff to develop and implement sol
<b>Building Structures for Learning about the Environment</b><br>The school and/or students design or implement structures that enhanc
<b>Responsible Transportation</b><br>The school and/or students promote and provide responsible transportation options. Examples are
<b>Operation, design and maintenance of school building and grounds</b><br>
<b>Water Conservation and/or Water Pollution Prevention</b><br> The school and/or students practice water conservation and/or water p
<b>Energy Conservation</b><br>The school and/or students practice energy conservation.
<b>Solid Waste Reduction</b><br>The school and/or students practice solid waste reduction, reuse, and/or recycling.
<b>Habitat Restoration</b><br>
<b>Environmental Issue Instruction</b><br>Students have opportunities at all grade levels and across disciplines to learn about, study, and
<b>Professional Development</b><br>Members of the school staff are involved in professional development or other training activities tha
<b>Celebration</b><br>The school recognizes and celebrates student and staff achievement in the implementation of environmental best m


<b>Helpful Tips for completing your Green School Application</b>
<b>Curriculum and instruction</b><br>
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<b>Getting Started with the Green School Certification Process</b>
Communicate conclusions derived through the synthesis of ideas.
Communicate conclusions derived through the synthesis of ideas.
Communicate conclusions derived through the synthesis of ideas.
Communicate conclusions derived through the synthesis of ideas.
Communicate conclusions derived through the synthesis of ideas.
Communicate conclusions derived through the synthesis of ideas.
Communicate conclusions derived through the synthesis of ideas.
Describe similarities and differences when explaining concepts and principles.
Communicate conclusions derived through the synthesis of ideas.
Describe similarities and differences when explaining concepts and principles.
Describe similarities and differences when explaining concepts and principles.
Describe similarities and differences when explaining concepts and principles.
Describe similarities and differences when explaining concepts and principles.
Describe similarities and differences when explaining concepts and principles.
Describe similarities and differences when explaining concepts and principles.
Describe similarities and differences when explaining concepts and principles.
Explain, construct, and use various classification systems.
Explain, construct, and use various classification systems.
Explain, construct, and use various classification systems.
Explain, construct, and use various classification systems.
Explain, construct, and use various classification systems.
Explain, construct, and use various classification systems.
Explain, construct, and use various classification systems.
Identify the observable or measurable elements of weather: air temperature, air pressure, atmospheric pressure, relative humidity, wind direc
Identify and describe the atmospheric and hydrospheric conditions related to weather systems.
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>1. Recognize and identify the function of the major hardware components in a computer s
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>2. Identify and use functions represented by symbols and icons commonly found in applic
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>3. Use the keyboard to type letters and numbers and know how to use special key function
a. Explain how technology affects individuals and institutions (home and school)<br>1. Recognize that technologies (such as computers, ca
a. Explain how technology affects individuals and institutions (home and school)<br>2. Identify examples of how technology has affected th
a. Explain how technology affects individuals and institutions (home and school)<br>3. Identify how technology tools have been and are us
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>1. Understand and follow the acceptable u
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>2. Work cooperatively and collaboratively
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>3. Recognize responsible use of technolog
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>4. Demonstrate proper care of equipment (
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>5. Recognize the potential harm of intrusiv
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>6. Use safe and correct security procedure
a. Use and understand how technology increases productivity<br>2. Use templates provided by the teacher to complete learning assignment
a. Explain how technology affects individuals and institutions (home and school)<br>1. Recognize that technologies (such as computers, ca
a. Explain how technology affects individuals and institutions (home and school)<br>2. Identify examples of how technology has affected th
a. Explain how technology affects individuals and institutions (home and school)<br>3. Identify how technology tools have been and are us
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>1. Explore and discuss social and ethical behaviors when using technology (
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>2. Discuss the importance of having access to current, accurate information
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>1. Discuss safety issues related to use of the Internet
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>2. Recognize safe practices when working online
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>3. Recognize and understand the purpose of technology protection measures including fil
a. Use and understand how technology increases productivity<br>1. Describe ways the selected technology tools are being used to support l
a. Use and understand how technology increases productivity<br>3. Edit work created using concept mapping, word processing, or presenta
a. Use and understand how technology increases productivity<br>4. Collect, analyze, and display data and information using electronic tool
a. Use and understand how technology increases productivity<br>5. Identify electronic sources of information on a topic *
a. Use and understand how technology increases productivity<br>6. Use teacher-identified resources to collect information using print and n
a. Explore and use age-appropriate information resources available through technology<br>1. Select relevant information from teacher-sele
a. Explore and use age-appropriate information resources available through technology<br>2. Explain evaluation strategies when using elec
a. Explore and use age-appropriate information resources available through technology<br>3. Collect data using technology *
a. Use and understand how technology enhances learning<br>1. Use technology tools, including software and hardware, from a range of tea
a. Use and understand how technology enhances learning<br>2. Describe ways selected technology tools are being used to support learning
a. Use and understand how technology enhances learning<br>3. Reflect and discuss, as part of a larger group, on the appropriateness of the
a. Use and understand how technology encourages collaboration<br>1. Participate in class lessons using technology for brainstorming and s
a. Use and understand how technology can be used to express ideas<br>1. Use multimedia tools to express original ideas with print, drawin
a. Use and understand how technology can be used to express ideas<br>2. Prepare writing and data for display with tools such as visual org
a. Use technology tools to organize information<br>1. Participate, as part of a class, in organizing information using technology tools (such
a. Use technology tools to organize information<br>2. Describe how technology tools are used to organize information/collect data *
a. Use technology tools to organize information<br>3. Reflect, as part of a larger group, on the appropriateness of the selected technology to
a. Use and understand how technology encourages collaboration<br>2. Participate in a class lesson using technology tools to collect, displa
a. Use and understand how technology encourages collaboration<br>3. Reflect and discuss the advantages of collaboration supported by tec
a. Use and explain how technology is used for communication<br>1. Identify technology tools that help gather information, share ideas, and
a. Use and explain how technology is used for communication<br>2. Use technology tools identified by the teacher to communicate with va
a. Use and explain how technology is used for communication<br>3. Present information, with assistance, to various audiences including sc
b. Use and explain the variety of media formats <br>1. Identify various media formats to communicate and share ideas (such as CD, DVD,
b. Use and explain the variety of media formats <br>2. Use various media formats, with assistance, to communicate and share ideas.
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>1. Recognize and identify the function of the major hardware components in a computer s
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>2. Understand that there are correct sitting, hand, arm, and fingering positions when keybo
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>3. Identify and use functions represented by symbols and icons commonly found in applic
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>1. Understand and follow the acceptable u
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>2. Work cooperatively and collaboratively
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>3. Practice responsible use of technology s
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>4. Demonstrate proper care of equipment (
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>5. Recognize the potential harm of intrusiv
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>6. Use safe and correct security procedure
a. Use and understand how technology increases productivity<br>2. Use templates, provided by the teacher, or create new documents to com
a. Explain how technology affects individuals and institutions (home, school, and community)<br>1. Recognize that technologies (such as c
a. Explain how technology affects individuals and institutions (home, school, and community)<br>2. Identify examples of how technology a
a. Explain how technology affects individuals and institutions (home, school, and community)<br>3. Identify how technology tools have be
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>1. Demonstrate social and ethical behaviors when using technology (such as
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>2. Discuss the importance of having access to current, accurate information
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>3. Discuss the importance of respecting the rights of others regarding their w
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>4. Practice strategies for avoiding plagiarism
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>5. Cite sources of text and digital information used (such as URL, author, tit
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>1. Discuss safety and privacy issues related to use of the Internet
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>2. Use safe and correct security procedures when working online (such as not disclosing p
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>3. Describe procedures for exiting an inappropriate site (such as clicking the home, turnin
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>4. Recognize and understand the purpose of technology protection measures including fil
a. Use and understand how technology increases productivity<br>1. Describe ways the selected technology tools are being used to support l
a. Use and understand how technology increases productivity<br>3. Collect data using technology such as online surveys and digital techno
a. Use and understand how technology increases productivity<br>4. Analyze, and display data and information using tools, such as calculat
a. Use and understand how technology increases productivity<br>5. Use various electronic retrieval sources to obtain information on a topic
a. Explore and use age-appropriate information resources available through technology <br>1. Select relevant information from appropriate
a. Explore and use age-appropriate information resources available through technology <br>2. Explain evaluation strategies when using elec
a. Explore and use age-appropriate information resources available through technology <br>3. Collect data using technology *
a. Use and understand how technology enhances learning<br>1. Use technology tools, including software and hardware, from a range of tea
a. Use and understand how technology enhances learning<br>2. Describe ways selected technology tools are being used to support learning
a. Use and understand how technology enhances learning<br>3. Reflect, as an individual or as part of a larger group, on appropriateness of
a. Use and understand how technology enhances learning<br>4. Reflect and discuss how technology tools are used to collect information *
a. Use and understand how technology enhances learning<br>5. Assess the use of the selected technology for the individual learning for the
a. Use and understand how technology encourages collaboration<br>1. Explain how selected technology tools are being used to enhance co
a. Use and understand how technology can be used to express ideas<br>1. Use multimedia tools to express original ideas with print, drawin
a. Use and understand how technology can be used to express ideas<br>2. Prepare writing and data for display with tools such as visual org
a. Use and understand how technology can be used to express ideas<br>3. Change, edit, and revise graphs, graphics, presentations, and wor
a. Use technology tools to organize information<br>1. Participate, as part of a class, in organizing information using technology tools (such
a. Use technology tools to organize information<br>2. Use teacher-selected technology tools to organize information/collect data *
a. Use technology tools to organize information<br>3. Describe how technology tools are used to organize information/collect data *
a. Use technology tools to organize information<br>4. Reflect, as part of a larger group, on the appropriateness of the selected technology to
a. Use and understand how technology encourages collaboration<br>2. Participate in a class lesson using technology tools to collect, displa
a. Use and understand how technology encourages collaboration<br>3. Articulate the advantages of collaboration supported by technology
a. Use and explain how technology is used for communication<br>1. Identify technology tools that help gather information, share ideas, and
a. Use and explain how technology is used for communication<br>2. Use technology tools identified by the teacher to communicate with va
a. Use and explain how technology is used for communication<br>3. Present information, with assistance, to various audiences including sc
b. Use and explain the variety of media formats <br>1. Communicate with various audiences, independently or with assistance, using differe
b. Use and explain the variety of media formats <br>2. Explain the purpose for a chosen media format
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>1. Recognize and identify the functions of the major hardware components in a computer
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>2. Identify characteristics that describe input devices and output devices and name some d
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>3. Understand that there are correct sitting, hand, arm, and fingering positions when keybo
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>4. Identify and use functions represented by symbols and icons commonly found in applic
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>1. Explain the purpose of and follow the a
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>2. Work cooperatively and collaboratively
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>3. Practice responsible use of technology s
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>4. Demonstrate proper care of equipment (
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>5. Recognize the potential harm of intrusiv
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>6. Use safe and correct security procedure
a. Use and explain how technology tools increase productivity<br>2. Use templates or create new documents to complete learning assignme
a. Explain how technology affects people and society<br>1. Explain how technology (such as computers, calculators, television, cameras, C
a. Explain how technology affects people and society<br>2. Identify examples of how technology has affected the environment, past and pr
a. Explain how technology affects people and society<br>3. Explain how technology tools have or can be used to meet the needs of societie
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>1. Demonstrate social and ethical behaviors when using technology (such as
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>2. Discuss the importance of having access to current, accurate information
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>3. Comply with copyright laws and fair use provisions
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>4. Practice strategies for avoiding plagiarism
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>5. Cite sources of text and digital information used properly
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>1. Understand that the Internet is a global community with guidelines
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>2. Explain safety and privacy issues related to use of the Internet
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>3. Use safe and correct security procedures when working online (such as not disclosing p
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>4. Describe procedures for exiting an inappropriate site (such as clicking the home, turnin
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>5. Understand the purpose of technology protection measures including filtering systems
a. Use and explain how technology tools increase productivity<br>1. Explain how the selected technology tools are being used to accomplis
a. Use and explain how technology tools increase productivity<br>3. Collect, analyze, and display data and information using tools, such as
a. Use and explain how technology tools increase productivity<br>4. Use suitable electronic resources to edit final copies of texts for correc
a. Use and explain how technology tools increase productivity<br>5. Use various electronic retrieval sources to obtain information on a top
a. Use and evaluate information resources available through technology independently or with assistance<br>1. Select relevant information
a. Use and evaluate information resources available through technology independently or with assistance<br>2. Select and read to gain info
a. Use and evaluate information resources available through technology independently or with assistance<br>3. Apply evaluation strategies
a. Use and evaluate information resources available through technology independently or with assistance<br>4. Understand library catalog s
a. Use and evaluate information resources available through technology independently or with assistance<br>5. Understand search strategie
a. Use and evaluate information resources available through technology independently or with assistance<br>6. Collect data using technolog
a. Use and explain how the technology enhances learning<br>1. Use technology tools, including software and hardware, from a range of tea
a. Use and explain how the technology enhances learning<br>2. Explain how selected technology tools are being used to support learning
a. Use and explain how the technology enhances learning<br>3. Reflect as an individual on appropriateness of selected technology for the g
a. Use and explain how the technology enhances learning<br>4. Describe how technology tools are used to collect information *
a. Use and explain how the technology enhances learning<br>5. Assess the use of the selected technology for the individual learning for the
a. Use and explain how technology tools encourages collaboration<br>1. Use technology tools to work collaboratively within the classroom
a. Use and explain how technology can be used to express ideas<br>1. Use multimedia and publishing tools to express original ideas with p
a. Use and explain how technology can be used to express ideas<br>2. Present ideas and information in formats such as electronic presentat
a. Use and explain how technology can be used to express ideas<br>3. Change, edit, and revise graphs, graphics, presentations, and word pr
a. Use and evaluate technology tools to organize information<br>1. Use technology tools, independently or with assistance, to support note-
a. Use and evaluate technology tools to organize information<br>2. Use technology tools, independently or with assistance, to support data
a. Use and evaluate technology tools to organize information<br>3. Describe how technology tools are used to organize information/collect
a. Use and evaluate technology tools to organize information<br>4. Evaluate the effectiveness of technology tools for organizing informatio
a. Use and explain how technology tools encourages collaboration<br>2. Use technology tools to exchange ideas with individuals or groups
a. Use and explain how technology tools encourages collaboration<br>3. Participate as part of a class in online collaborative projects or inf
a. Use and explain how technology tools encourages collaboration<br>4. Articulate the advantages of collaboration supported by technolog
a. Use technology for communication<br>1. Explain how communication tools help gather information, share ideas, and respond to questio
a. Use technology for communication<br>2. Use technology tools identified by the teacher to communicate with various audiences
a. Use technology for communication<br>3. Present information, independently or with assistance, to various audiences including school an
b. Use and explain the purposes of different media formats <br>1. Communicate independently, with various audiences, using different med
b. Use and explain the purposes of different media formats <br>2. Explain the purpose for a chosen media format
a. Demonstrate knowledge of technology concepts and systems<br>1. Understand that there are correct sitting, hand, arm, and fingering pos
a. Demonstrate knowledge of technology concepts and systems<br>2. Identify and use functions represented by symbols and icons common
a. Demonstrate knowledge of technology concepts and systems<br>3. Identify strategies for managing everyday hardware and software prob
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>1. Explain the purpose of and follow the a
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>2. Work cooperatively and collaboratively
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>3. Practice responsible use of technology s
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>4. Demonstrate proper care of equipment (
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>5. Recognize the potential harm of intrusiv
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>6. Use safe and correct security procedure
a. Use and explain how technology tools increase productivity<br>2. Create new documents to complete learning assignments
a. Explain how technology affects people and society<br>1. Explain how technology (such as computers, calculators, television, cameras, C
a. Explain how technology affects people and society<br>2. Identify examples of how technology has affected the environment, past and pr
a. Explain how technology affects people and society<br>3. Explain how technology tools have or can be used to meet the needs of societie
a. Explain how technology affects people and society<br>4. Recommend ways technology can be used to meet the needs of societies
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>1. Demonstrate social and ethical behaviors when using technology (such as
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>2. Discuss the importance of having access to current, accurate information
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>3. Comply with copyright laws and fair use provisions
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>4. Practice strategies for avoiding plagiarism when using digital content
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>5. Cite electronic sources of text and digital information used properly
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>1. Understand that the Internet offers access to multiple digital communities with differin
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>2. Explain safety and privacy issues related to use of the Internet
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>3. Use safe and correct security procedures when working online (such as not disclosing p
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>4. Describe procedures for exiting an inappropriate site (such as clicking the home, turnin
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>5. Understand the purpose of technology protection measures including filtering systems
a. Use and explain how technology tools increase productivity<br>1. Explain how the selected technology tools are being used to accomplis
a. Use and explain how technology tools increase productivity<br>3. Collect, analyze, and display data and information using tools, such as
a. Use and explain how technology tools increase productivity<br>4. Input and analyze information in a predefined spreadsheet or database
a. Use and explain how technology tools increase productivity<br>5. Use suitable electronic resources to edit final copies of texts for correc
a. Use and explain how technology tools increase productivity<br>6. Use various electronic retrieval sources to obtain information on a top
a. Use and evaluate information resources available through technology, independently or with assistance<br>1. Select relevant information
a. Use and evaluate information resources available through technology, independently or with assistance<br>2. Select and read to gain info
a. Use and evaluate information resources available through technology, independently or with assistance<br>3. Apply evaluation strategies
a. Use and evaluate information resources available through technology, independently or with assistance<br>4. Understand library catalog
a. Use and evaluate information resources available through technology, independently or with assistance<br>5. Understand search strategie
a. Use and explain how the technology tools enhance learning<br>1. Use technology tools, including software and hardware, from a range o
a. Use and explain how the technology tools enhance learning<br>2. Explain how selected technology tools are being used to support learni
a. Use and explain how the technology tools enhance learning<br>3. Reflect as an individual on appropriateness of selected technology for
a. Use and explain how the technology tools enhance learning<br>4. Describe how technology tools are used to collect information
a. Use and explain how the technology tools enhance learning<br>5. Assess the use of the selected technology for individual learning for th
a. Use and explain how technology encourages collaboration<br>1. Use technology tools to work collaboratively within the classroom
a. Use and explain how technology can be used to express ideas<br>1. Use multimedia and publishing tools to express original ideas with p
a. Use and explain how technology can be used to express ideas<br>2. Present ideas and information in formats such as electronic presentat
a. Use and explain how technology can be used to express ideas<br>3. Change, edit, and revise graphs, graphics, presentations, and word pr
a. Use and evaluate technology tools to organize information<br>1. Use technology tools independently to support note-taking *
a. Use and evaluate technology tools to organize information<br>2. Use technology tools independently to support data collection *
a. Use and evaluate technology tools to organize information<br>3. Describe how technology tools are used to organize information *
a. Use and evaluate technology tools to organize information<br>4. Evaluate the effectiveness of technology tools for organizing informatio
a. Use and explain how technology encourages collaboration<br>2. Use technology tools to exchange ideas with individuals or groups outsi
a. Use and explain how technology encourages collaboration<br>3. Articulate the advantages of collaboration supported by technology tool
a. Use technology for communication<br>1. Use communication tools identified by the teacher to help gather information, share ideas, and
a. Use technology for communication<br>2. Present information, independently or with assistance, to various audiences including school an
b. Use and explain the purposes of different media formats <br>1. Communicate independently with various audiences using different medi
b. Use and explain the purposes of different media formats <br>2. Explain the purpose for a chosen media format
a.Demonstrate knowledge of technology systems<br>1. Understand that there are correct sitting, hand, arm, and fingering positions when ke
a. Demonstrate knowledge of technology systems<br>2. Identify types of files by their icons and extensions
a. Demonstrate knowledge of technology systems<br>3. Identify strategies for managing everyday hardware and software problems.
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>1. Explain the purpose of and follow the a
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>2. Work cooperatively and collaboratively
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>3. Practice responsible use of technology s
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>4. Demonstrate proper care of equipment (
a .Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>5. Recognize the potential harm of intrusiv
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>6. Use safe and correct security procedure
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>1. Comply with copyright laws and fair use provisions when using digital co
a. Select and use technology tools to increase productivity<br>2. Create new documents to complete learning assignments and demonstrate
a. Select and use technology tools to increase productivity<br>5. Use word processing technology when appropriate
a. Select and use technology for communication<br>3. Evaluate the appropriateness of media formats for various purposes *
a. Select and use technology to express ideas<br>1. Select and use the appropriate multimedia and publishing tools to express original ideas
a. Explain how technology affects the individual and society<br>1. Explain technology_s influence on the individual and society
a. Explain how technology affects the individual and society<br>2. Identify examples of technology_s impact on the environment
a. Explain how technology affects the individual and society<br>3. Explain how technology tools have been used to meet the needs of socie
a. Explain how technology affects the individual and society<br>4. Recommend ways technology can be used to meet the needs of societies
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>2. Use electronic resources appropriately (such as paraphrasing)
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>3. Cite electronic sources of text and digital information properly (such as M
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>1. Understand that the Internet offers access to multiple digital communities with differin
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>2. Explain safety and privacy issues related to use of the Internet
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>3. Use safe and correct security procedures when working online (such as not disclosing p
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>4. Describe procedures for exiting an inappropriate site (such as clicking the home, turnin
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>5. Understand the purpose of technology protection measures including filtering systems
a. Select and use technology tools to increase productivity<br>1. Explain why the selected technology tools are being used to accomplish ta
a. Select and use technology tools to increase productivity<br>3. Input and analyze information in a spreadsheet or database *
a. Select and use technology tools to increase productivity<br>6. Collect, manipulate, analyze, and display data and information using tools
a. Select and use information resources available through technology<br>1. Select relevant information from appropriate technology resour
a. Select and use information resources available through technology<br>2. Select and read to gain information from electronic personal int
a. Select and use information resources available through technology<br>4. Understand library catalog search strategies
a. Select and use information resources available through technology<br>5. Understand search strategies for age-appropriate Web search en
a. Select and use technology tools to enhance learning<br>1. Use technology tools, including software and hardware, from a range of teache
a. Select and use technology tools to enhance learning<br>2. Explain why selected technology tools were selected to support learning
a. Select and use technology tools to enhance learning<br>3. Assess the use of the selected technology for individual learning of the specific
a. Select and use technology tools to increase productivity<br>4. Use suitable electronic resources to refine presentations and edit texts for e
a. Select and use technology to express ideas<br>2. Present ideas and information in formats such as electronic presentations, web pages, gr
a. Select and use technology to express ideas<br>3. Change, edit, and revise graphs, graphics, presentations, and word processing documen
a. Select and use technology tools to organize information<br>1. Use technology tools independently to support note-taking *
a. Select and use technology tools to organize information<br>2. Use technology tools independently to support data collection *
a. Select and use technology tools to organize information<br>3. Explain why specific technology tools were selected to organize informati
a. Select and use technology tools to organize information<br>4. Evaluate the use of the selected technology for the specific task *
a. Select and use technology tools to encourage collaboration<br>1. Use technology tools to work collaboratively within the school commun
a. Select and use technology tools to encourage collaboration<br>2. Use technology tools to exchange ideas with individuals or groups outs
a. Select and use technology tools to encourage collaboration<br>3. Articulate the advantages of collaboration supported by technology too
a. Select and use technology to express ideas<br>1. Evaluate student-created product design based on purpose, audience, and format *
a. Select and use technology to express ideas<br>2. Present ideas and information in formats such as electronic presentations, web pages, gr
a. Select and use technology to express ideas<br>3. Change, edit, and revise graphs, graphics, presentations, and word processing documen
a. Select and use technology for communication<br>1. Use communication tools (such as e-mail, discussion boards, online conferences, Le
a. Select and use technology for communication<br>2. Present information independently to various audiences
a. Select and use information resources available through technology<br>3. Apply evaluation strategies when using electronic resources (su
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>1. Recognize and identify the function of the major hardware components in a computer s
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>2. Use the mouse (or track pad) to perform computer functions (such as accessing an appl
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>3. Recognize symbols and icons used to identify common functions (such as the arrow, hy
a. Understand the uses of technology systems<br>4. Use the keyboard to type letters and numbers and know how to use special key function
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>1. Understand and follow the acceptable u
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>2. Work cooperatively and collaboratively
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>3. Recognize responsible use of technolog
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>4. Demonstrate proper care of equipment (
a. Practice responsible and appropriate use of technology systems, software, and information<br>5. Use safe and correct security procedure
a. Explain how technology affects people<br>1. Identify and explain that technology is used in their daily lives to do things better or more e
a. Explain how technology affects people<br>2. Identify examples of how technology affects the environment (including home and school e
a. Explain how technology affects people<br>3. Participate in class or small group lessons on how technology tools are used to meet person
b. Demonstrate an understanding of current legal standards<br>1. Recognize social and ethical behaviors when using technology
c. Understand current online safety guidelines<br>1. Discuss safety issues related to use of the Internet
a. Explore and use technology to increase productivity<br>1. Use appropriate technology tools to support learning goals
a. Explore and use technology to increase productivity<br>2. Identify that a variety of forms of digital content (CDs, DVDs, websites, video
a. Explore and use age-appropriate information resources available through technology with assistance <br>1. Select relevant information fr
a. Explore and use age-appropriate information resources available through technology with assistance <br>2. Understand that electronic re
a. Explore and use age-appropriate information resources available through technology with assistance <br>3. Collect data using technology
a. Explore and use technology tools in an instructional setting for learning<br>1. Explore and use teacher-selected technology tools, includi
a. Explore and use technology tools in an instructional setting for learning<br>2. Explore teacher-selected, technology tools that enhance lea
a. Explore and use technology tools in an instructional setting for learning<br>3. Reflect and discuss, as part of a larger group, on the appro
a. Explore and use technology in an instructional setting to encourage collaboration<br>1. Participate in a class or small group lessons using
a. Explore and use technology in an instructional setting to express ideas<br>1. Use multimedia tools to express original ideas with print, dr
a. Explore and use technology in an instructional setting to express ideas<br>2. Prepare writing and data for display with tools such as visua
a. Use technology tools to organize information<br>1. Describe how technology tools are used to organize information/collect data *
a. Explore and use technology in an instructional setting to encourage collaboration<br>2. Participate in a class lesson using technology too
a. Explore and use technology in an instructional setting to encourage collaboration<br>3. Reflect and discuss the advantages of collaborati
a. Explore how technology is used for communication<br>1. Recognize that technology helps with communication at home
a. Explore how technology is used for communication<br>2. Recognize that technology helps with communication at school
b. Explore the various media formats used in daily life <br>1. Recognize that various media formats are used to communicate ideas (such as
Interpret and solve absolute value equations and inequalities.
c. Interpret data and/or make predictions using a given curve of best fit. <br><br> <a href="http://mdk12.org/instruction/clg/skill_statement
Evaluate and adjust a monthly personal budget
Compare and contrast the aspects of and circumstances appropriate for investment in stocks, bonds, and mutual funds
Calculate the profit and risk potential of purchasing stocks as investment options
Calculate the annual yield and the annual dividend of a stock investment
Compare the yields and interests of stocks and bonds
Examine and describe the types of life insurance policies
Determine the annual premiums for a term life insurance policy
Select a vacation destination within the United States and prepare a vacation budget, including travel, lodging, and food
Select a vacation destination abroad and prepare a vacation budget, including travel, lodging, and food
The student will demonstrate the ability to explain the Theory of Plate Tectonics and relate it to Earth_s dynamic nature.
Give examples of how changes in one part of historical geology affected other parts of Earth_s systems.
Explain and give examples of the dynamic balance between matter and energy throughout the geologic history of Earth.
Identify and describe the components of historical geology.
The student will demonstrate the ability to use concepts of system analysis to identify major historical geology topics and discuss their relati
Describe current efforts and technologies used to study Earth_s land features, including spectroscopy, remote sensing, GIS, GPS, imaging, a
Explain the principles of hydrology, including evaporation, transpiration, surface and groundwater flows, aquifers, porosity, water retention
Explain the role of gravity and natural agents (water, wind, glaciers) on Earth (landform changes) and how they impact the rock cycle.<br>*
Describe the constructive and destructive processes that drive the rock cycle, including sedimentation, lithification, crystallization, deformat
Describe how convection, density, and the law of conservation explain the movement of materials within the rock cycle.
The student will demonstrate the ability to explain how rock formation, weathering, sedimentation, and rock reformation constitute a continu
Use selected properties to identify common rock forming mineral groups, including carbonates, halides, oxides, silicates, sulfates, and sulfid
Describe the physical characteristics of igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks, including crystal size and shape, mineral and chemica
Distinguish among compounds, mixtures, molecules, and isotopES.9.
Illustrate the chemical structure of the atom and describe characteristics of protons, neutrons, electrons, and the nucleus.
Explain and give examples of the dynamic balance between matter and energy within and on the physical Earth.
The student will demonstrate the ability to describe and classify materials that make up Earth.
Give examples of how changes in the physical Earth affect other Earth systems and human activity.
Identify and describe the components of the physical Earth as a system (inner core, outer core, mantle, crust).
The student will demonstrate the ability to use concepts of system analysis to identify major topics in geology and to discuss their relationsh
Summarize the evidence and thinking that resulted in the development of the Theory of Plate Tectonics.
Explain plate tectonics in terms of magnetic reversals and outer core circulation, mantle convection, sea floor spreading, and subduction.
Describe how the Theory of Plate Tectonics explains the location of earthquakes, volcanoes, hot spots, mountains, mid-ocean ridges, deep-s
Give examples of how progressive changes on Earth_s surface, including Pangaea, are used to document the evolution of Earth through time
Describe the purpose of current tools and techniques used to study plate tectonics including seismograph data, triangulation (epicenter locat
The student will demonstrate the ability to use mathematical processes (measuring, calculating, etc.) when conducting investigations, analyz
Compare similarities and differences between relative age and absolute age.
Describe the principles used to determine relative age, including Law of Superposition, Principle of Horizontality, Principle of Crosscutting
Describe the principles used to determine absolute age, including radioactive dating, index fossils, fossil correlation, and the Principle of Un
The student will demonstrate the ability to use geologic dating principles to determine a sequence of events making up a core sample, rock c
Create a geologic time scale (using eras, periods, and epochs) that shows the major geologic and biologic events, including human_s place i
Interpret the geologic history of an area using geologic maps, rock outcrops, and core samplES.9.
Describe how progressive changes in fossil evidence can be used to document the evolution of life.
Describe the dramatic changes in the composition of Earth_s atmosphere (introduction of O2) once the presence of single-celled life forms b
The student will demonstrate the ability to use concepts of system analysis to identify major atmosphere and hydrologic cycle topics and dis
Identify and describe the components of the atmosphere and the hydrosphere.
Explain and give examples of the dynamic balance between matter and energy within the atmospheric and hydrospheric systems.
Give examples of how changes in one part of the atmosphere or hydrologic cycle affect other Earth systems and human activity.
The student will demonstrate the ability to analyze the major components, thermal structure, and chemical composition of the atmosphere.
Analyze and compare the heat transfer systems (radiation, convection, conduction) affecting atmospheric circulation patterns.
Describe Earth_s energy budget using the radiative properties (absorption, reflection/albedo, and scattering) of the land, water, and atmosph
Describe the causes of local and global air and wind patterns, including pressure gradients, density, land and sea breezes, Coriolis effect, an
Describe stratospheric ozone concentration and distribution.
Describe current efforts and technologies, such as remote sensing and imaging, Doppler radar, spectroscopy, and weather satellites, which a
The student will demonstrate the ability to explain how the transfer of energy affects the water cycle.
Analyze energy transfer systems that influence phase changes (condensation, melting, deposition, freezing, sublimation, and evaporation) an
Analyze measurable elements of weather (atmospheric pressure, dew point, relative humidity, forms of precipitation, wind speed and directi
Identify causes of vertical air motions and their effects on cyclones and anticyclonES.9.
Describe the causes of global ocean circulation patterns, including energy transfer, Coriolis effect, and density differencES.9.
The student will demonstrate the ability to analyze how the transfer of energy through the hydrosphere and atmosphere influences Earth_s c
Identify and describe how Earth_s weather patterns and conditions (temperature and precipitation) influence climate type and distribution fr
Explain how the angle of insolation (incoming solar radiation) influences Earth_s climate.
Explain how factors, including radiation, aerosols, volcanism, continental movements, and oceanic current changes alter atmospheric and hy
Identify pollutants such as tropospheric ozone, acid rain, and particulates that affect Earth_s climate.
Interpret the effects of atmospheric and hydrologic cycles on human activity (severe weather, floods, sea level changes, emergent and subme
Research and describe how changes in atmospheric and hydrologic conditions cause long-term climatic changES.9.
The student will demonstrate the ability to describe how the transfer of mass affects the carbon cycle.
Describe the carbon cycle, and identify carbon sinks, including atmospheric CO2, organic carbon, fossil fuels, and carbonate rocks.
Describe processes, natural and human-induced, that affect the carbon cycle, including volcanism, fire, weathering, decomposition, photosy
The student will demonstrate the ability to use concepts of system analysis to identify major topics in astronomy and discuss their relationsh
Identify and describe the components of the universe.
Explain and give examples of the dynamic balance between matter and energy that exists in the universe.
Give examples of how changes in one part of the universe affect other parts of the Earth and Space system.
The student will demonstrate the ability to identify and describe the properties, natural forces, and theories of formation and operation of the
Describe current efforts and technologies used to study the universe, including optical telescopes, radio telescopes, satellites, space probes,
Apply Kepler_s Laws and Newton_s Universal Law of Gravitation to planetary motion.
Describe the life cycle of stars (nebulae, protostar, red giants, white dwarfs, neutron stars, pulsars, supernovas, black holes), and the role of
Explain the relationship between absolute magnitude and surface temperature of stars using the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram.
Use bright and dark line spectra to determine the movement and elemental composition of stars.
Describe the structure and evolution of galaxies using their visible characteristics.
Explain how the Doppler effect supports the concept of an expanding universe and the Big Bang Theory.
Research and describe current theories about the formation of the solar system, including the Nebular Theory.
The student will demonstrate the ability to explain the role and interaction of revolution, rotation, and gravity on the components of the Sun
Describe the Sun-Moon-Earth system.
Describe the characteristics of our sun, including structure, thermonuclear reactions, coronal mass ejections, flares, sunspot cycles, solar win
Explain how revolution, rotation, and precession of the Sun-Moon-Earth system produce changes in the solar angle of incidence (altitude, az
Explain how the movements and distances (perigee, apogee) between Earth and Moon produce tides including the relationship between pha
Explain the relative position of the Sun, Earth, and Moon during a solar and lunar eclipse (total, annular, partial) and the shadows (umbra, p
Explain the length of visibility of the moon, the monthly variations in lunar position, and how often eclipses occur per year.
Relate knowledge of geologic processes and features on Earth to geologic processes and features on the moon.
a. Explain how the legislative bodies differ in structure, membership, and responsibilities. (1052.01) 1.1.2
<b>Goal 1: Students will demonstrate the ability to defend the structures and functions of legislative branches on the national, state, and loc
m. Analyze issues related to the division of powers and its impact on institutions, groups, and individuals (e.g. taxation, welfare, regulation,
i. Explain how the United States Constitution grants and distributes powers to national and state governments (federalism) including reserve
j. Compare the advantages and disadvantages of a representative democracy. (1051.10) 1.1.2
k. Explain how the powers of the federal government have expanded in relation to the states. (1051.11) 1.1.2
l. Describe ways in which balancing federal and state interests provides for the public good. (1051.12) 1.1.2
h. Explain how the Constitution ensures the people's authority over the government. (1051.08) 1.1.2
g. Apply the basic principles on which the United States Constitution is based to contemporary situations. (1051.07) 1.1.3<br><br><b>Ana
f. Explain the freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights and corresponding responsibilities of citizens. (1051.061) 1.1.1
e. Analyze the meaning and importance of values and principles fundamental to democracy in the United States (e.g. representative democra
d. Trace the historical development of the Articles of Confederation, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and relevant Amendments. (1051.0
c. Explain the importance, ideals, and contributions of common law and key historical documents including the Magna Charta, the Mayflow
a. Analyze the origins and historical development of values and principles, which have influenced and shaped the United States constitution
b. Relate the colonial experience to the overall development and design of the American governmental system. (1051.02) 1.1.1
<b>Goal 2: </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to defend the origins, foundations, and evolutionary nature of American government.
h. Compare the differences between direct democracy and representative democracy. (1050.08) 1.1.2
i. Use criteria to evaluate the effectiveness of various forms of government. (1050.09) 2.2.
f. Explain how constitutions can protect rights and promote the general welfare. (1050.06) 1.2.5
g. Identify the features of unitary, federal, and confederal systems of government. (1050.07) 2.2.1
e. Describe the differences among types of governments from authoritarian to democratic. (1050.05) 2.2.1<br><br><b>Analyze the differen
d. Describe how government promotes the public good. (1050.04) 1.1.3
b. Identify how philosophers have described the nature and purpose of the state. (1050.02) 1.1.2<br><br> <b>Analyze the works of philoso
c. List the functions that government performs. (1050.03) 1.1.2
<b>Goal 1: Students will demonstrate the ability to explain the origins, purposes, and types of governmental systems.</b>
a. Define government and explain its importance. (1050.01) 1.1.2
b. Describe the special powers granted to legislative bodies. (1052.02) 1.1.2
c. Analyze the powers, responsibilities and limitations of legislative bodies. (1052.03) 1.1.2
d. Describe how legislation is enacted at national, state, and local levels. (1052.04) 1.1.2 <br><b>Trace a piece of local, state, or national le
<b>Goal 2: Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the structures and functions of executive branches on the national, state, and
Apply invented and acquired strategies to recall basic facts that subtract half.
Apply invented and acquired strategies to recall basic facts that add doubles.
Apply invented and acquired strategies to recall basic facts that add one and add two.
Apply invented and acquired strategies to recall basic facts that subtract one and subtract two.
Apply invented and acquired strategies to recall basic facts that subtract 0 and subtract 10.
Apply invented and acquired strategies to recall basic facts that add 0 and add 10.
Apply invented and acquired strategies to recall basic facts that make ten (this includes addition and subtraction).
Apply invented and acquired strategies that double (addition) and half (subtraction).
Apply invented and acquired strategies to recall basic facts that add and subtract 2.
Apply invented and acquired strategies to recall basic facts that add and subtract 1.
Apply invented and acquired strategies to recall basic facts that add and subtract 0.
<b>Goal 2: </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to defend the origins, foundations, and evolutionary nature of American government.
a. Analyze the origins and historical development of values and principles, which have influenced and shaped the United States constitution
b. Relate the colonial experience to the overall development and design of the American governmental system. (1051.02) 1.1.1
c. Explain the importance, ideals, and contributions of common law and key historical documents including the Magna Charta, the Mayflow
d. Trace the historical development of the Articles of Confederation, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and relevant Amendments. (1051.0
e. Analyze the meaning and importance of values and principles fundamental to democracy in the United States (e.g. representative democra
f. Explain the freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights and corresponding responsibilities of citizens. (1051.061) 1.1.1
g. Apply the basic principles on which the United States Constitution is based to contemporary situations. (1051.07) 1.1.3<br><b>Analyze
h. Explain how the Constitution ensures the people's authority over the government. (1051.08) 1.1.2
i. Explain how the United States Constitution grants and distributes powers to national and state governments (federalism) including reserve
j. Compare the advantages and disadvantages of a representative democracy. (1051.10) 1.1.2
k. Explain how the powers of the federal government have expanded in relation to the states. (1051.11) 1.1.2
l. Describe ways in which balancing federal and state interests provides for the public good. (1051.12) 1.1.2
m. Analyze issues related to the division of powers and its impact on institutions, groups, and individuals (e.g. taxation, welfare, regulation,
<b>Goal 1: Students will demonstrate the ability to defend the structures and functions of legislative branches on the national, state, and loc
a.Explain how the legislative bodies differ in structure, membership, and responsibilities. (1052.01) 1.1.2
b. Describe the special powers granted to legislative bodies. (1052.02) 1.1.2
c.Analyze the powers, responsibilities and limitations of legislative bodies. (1052.03) 1.1.2
d.Describe how legislation is enacted at national, state, and local levels. (1052.04) 1.1.2 <br><b>Trace a piece of local, state, or national leg
<b>Goal 2: Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the structures and functions of executive branches on the national, state, and
a. Describe the qualifications and duties of the president, governor, and county executive. (1053.01) 1.1.2
b. Identify the president_s domestic and foreign policy leadership roles. (1053.02) 1.1.2
c. Describe the legislative and judicial powers of the president. (1053.03) 1.1.2 <br><b>Analyze the President_s judicial power to appoint j
d.Analyze the powers, responsibilities and limitations of representatives in executive positions. (1053.04) 1.1.2
e.Explain the powers and roles of the governor of Maryland and the Howard County Executive. (1053.05) 1.1.2<br><b>Determine what rol
f.Identify the importance of the executive departments, agencies, and commissions at the national, state, and local levels. (1053.06) 1.1.2
g Describe the purposes and functions of independent regulatory agencies. (1053.07) 1.1.2
<b>Goal 3:</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to defend the structures and functions of judicial branches at the national and state lev
a. Describe the membership and function of the United States Supreme Court. (1054.01) 1.1.2 <br><b>Analyze how factions within the cou
b. Explain how the Supreme Court operates. (1054.02) 1.1.2 <br><b>Appraise the impact of the contemporary social climate on the decisio
c. Identify the role of the lower federal courts and describe their authority. (1054.03) 1.1.2
d. Describe the process for judicial appointment. (1054.04) 1.1.2
e. Analyze the powers, responsibilities and limitations of members in the judicial branches. (1054.05) 1.1.2
f.Identify the roles of the Maryland courts and describe their authority. (1054.06) 1.1.2
g.Identify limitations placed on judicial branches. (1054.07) 1.1.2
h.Analyze how current issues influence the interpretation of the Constitution through amendment or judicial review. (1054.08) 1.1.2
i.Analyze the historical expansion of powers of the federal judiciary by examining landmark Supreme Court cases. (1054.09) 1.2.1
<b>Goal 1:</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to explain the roles played by individuals, groups, and institutions in influencing gove
Determine how the public agenda is set and shaped by political leaders, political parties, interest groups, the media, and individual citizens.
b. Analyze the role of public opinion in American politics. (1055.02) 1.1.4
c. Evaluate the role of lobbyists and private and public interest groups in influencing governmental policy. (1055.03) 1.1.4
d. Explain how the individual can play a role in influencing governmental policy. (1055.04) 1.1.4<br><b>Formulate a plan of action to influ
e. Explain demographic factors related to political participation and its impact on government policy. (1055.05) 3.1.1
f.Evaluate issues regarding the personal and civic responsibilities of United States citizens. (1055.06) 1.1.4<br><b>Devise an action plan to
<b>Goal 2: </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to infer how voting and voting behavior influences American government. (1056.00)
a. Describe the processes for national, state, and local elections. (1056.01) 1.1.2 <br> <br><b>Demonstrate the election process by particip
b. Analyze the roles of political parties, campaigns and elections in United States_ politics. (1056.02) 1.1.4
<b>Goal 1</B> Students will understand the role of government in shaping domestic public policy. (1057.00)
a. Explain how government at the national, state, and local levels develops public policy effecting health, environmental, land use, economic
b. Explain the role of the federal government in setting immigration and naturalization policies. (1057.02) 2.1.1
c. Describe how regional interests impact political decisions and government policy. (1057.03) 3.1.3 <br><b> Examine how regional intere
<b>Goal 2: </B>Students will understand the role of the federal government in shaping foreign policy. (1058.00)
a. Explain how nation-states interact with each other through trade, diplomacy, treaties, international law, and military alliances. (1058.01) 2
b. Outline the powers that the Constitution gives the President and the Congress in the making of foreign policy. (1058.02) 2.1.1
c. Describe the various means used by the United States in developing and carrying out foreign policy including diplomacy, economic, milit
d. Illustrate the influence of American constitutional values and their historical relationships on foreign policy. (1058.04) 2.2.1
e. Describe the interdependent relationship of the United States with other countries and with international organizations. (1058.05) 1.1.2
f. Discover the role of regional networks and international organizations in implementing American foreign policy goals. (1058.06) 2.1.1
g. Discover the role of the government in promoting technological cooperation, cultural exchanges, and human rights. (1058.07) 2.1.1
h. Evaluate significant issues of United States_ foreign policy in light of national interests, values, and principles. (1058.08) 2.1.1, 3.1.3<br>
<b>Goal 1: </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to appraise the role of government in expanding and guaranteeing civil rights for all A
a. Explain the significance of landmark Supreme Court decisions in relation to civil rights. (1059.01) 1.2.1, 1.2.2<br>Analyze/debate curren
b. Examine the roles of the legislative and the executive branches of government in expanding and guaranteeing civil rights in both historica
c. Explain how the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights guarantee civil liberties for American citizens. (1059.03) 1.1.1<br><b>
d. Explain how the laws of Howard County forbid discriminatory practices based upon race, religion, creed, disability, color, gender, nation
e. Summarize changes regarding civil rights and liberties, including due process and equal protection. (1059.05) 1.2.6
f. Describe the impact of changes in voting rights, housing law, employment and other forms of discrimination cases. (1059.06) 1.2.3<br><b
g. Explain how the laws and Human Rights Commission of Howard County extend protections to individuals. (1059.07) 1.2.6
h. Compare the differences between substantive and procedural due process. (1059.08) 1.2.6
<b>Goal 2:</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to appraise the purposes and operations of the criminal justice system in the United St
a. Predict perceptions about crime in the United States. (1060.01) 1.2.<br><b>Hypothesize the types of crimes and their frequency in Howa
b. Categorize types of crimes. (1060.02) 1.2.7
c. Analyze the concept of victimless crime. (1060.03) 1.2.7
d. Evaluate the balance between the protection of civil rights in a free society and the need to protect society from criminal behavior. (1060.
e. Identify the multiple roles played by law enforcement officers. (1060.05) 1.2.5
f. Trace the flow of cases through the criminal justice system for both adults and juveniles. (1060.06) 1.2.7
g. Interpret the freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights and amendments as they pertain to judicial proceedings. (1060.07) 1.2.6
h. Summarize the proceedings, which occur before, during, and after a criminal trial. (1060.08 ) 1.2.5
i. Appraise the various forms of correctional practices. (1060.09) 1.2.5
j. Identify the crimes that most frequently involve juveniles. (1060.10) 1.2.5<br><b>Analyze national, state, or local crime statistics to dete
<b>Goal 3:</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the purposes and operations of the civil justice system in the United Sta
a. Explain how laws protect consumers entering into contracts. (1061.01) 1.2.7
b. Distinguish between rights and duties of landlords and tenants. (1061.02) 1.2.7
c. Identify the key elements necessary for a tort action and the process by which these claims are settled. (1061.03) 1.2.7<br><b>Recommen
d. Explain the legal requirements of marriage in the state of Maryland. (1061.04) 1.2.7
e. Explain the differences in marriage, legal separation, divorce and annulment. (1061.05) 1.2.7
f. Cite current Maryland laws which regulate the rights of parents and children in adoption and custody cases. (1061.06) 1.2.7
<b>Goal 1:</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to apply basic economic concepts and systems. (1062.00)
a. Analyze the economic concepts of wants, needs, and scarcity. (1062.01) 4.1.2
b. Identify the factors of production (1062.02) 4.1.2
c. Define opportunity cost. (1062.03) 4.1.2<br><b>Examine the practical implications of opportunity cost in the President_s annual budget
d. Explain the relationship between supply, demand, and price. (1062.04) 4.1.2
e. Summarize how traditional, command, market economies answer the basic economic questions of what to produce, how to produce, how
<b>Goal 2:</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to discover the forces, which direct the United States_ market system. (1063.00)
a. Describe the interdependence of individuals, businesses, and government in the economy. (1063.01) 4.1.1, 4.1.2, 4.1.3
b. Identify the various types of business structures. (1063.02) 4.1.1<br><b>Identify the various types of business structures and research ex
<b>Goal 3: </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the role of the government in establishing domestic economic policy. (1
a. Construct the phases of the business cycle. (1064.01) 4.1.1
b Describe the characteristics and use of fiscal policy including taxation and spending. (1064.02) 4.1.1
c. Categorize taxes as progressive, regressive, and proportional. (1064.03) 4.1.1
d. Distinguish between taxes designed to raise revenue and those designed to influence behavior. (1064.04) 4.1.1
e. Describe the characteristics and use of monetary policy and the role of the Federal Reserve. (1064.05) 4.1.1 <br><b>Suggest the reaction
f. Support ways in which the government provides for the economic welfare of the people including public assistance, Social Security, and m
a. Identify ways in which the government seeks to achieve socioeconomic goals. (1064.07) 4.1.3, 3.1.2 <br><b>Compare _flat tax_ proposa
b. Select issues surrounding conflicting contemporary economic public policy goals. (1064.08) 4.1.3, 3.1.2<br><b>Analyze the cause, effec
<b>Goal 4:</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to predict the role of the government in establishing economic policies in the global ar
a. Determine the impact of multinational corporations on international trade. (1065.01) 2.1.1<br><b>Analyze the impact of actions of multi
b. Interpret the economic interdependence among the United States and other nations. (1065.02) 2.1.1<br><b>Design an economic model o
c. Predict ways in which the government can affect international trade through tariffs and sanctions. (1065.03) 2.1.1
d. Research the ways in which the United States can further its foreign policy interests through economic practices including foreign and hum
e. Compare the American labor force with that of other nations. (1065.05)
f. Examine the economic exploitation of foreign workers in relation to trade issues. (1065.06) 2.2.2 <br><b>Analyze the working condition
<b>Goal 5:</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the issues associated with personal economic decision-making. (1066.0
a. Compare the differences between various savings and checking option (1066.01)
b. Conclude the advantages and disadvantages of using credit. (1066.02)
c. Evaluate the merits of various types of insurance. (1066.03)
d. Compare the characteristics of different types of personal investments. (1066.04)<br><b>Recommend an investment choice that presents
e. Discover practices used by wise consumers. (1066.05)
f. Conclude the role of advertising in influencing consumer behavior. (1066.06)
Identify and describe how the temperature and precipitation in a geographic area are affected by surface features and changes in atmospheri
Recognize and describe the water cycle as the distribution and circulation of Earth_s water through precipitation, glaciers, surface water, gro
Explain, construct, and use various classification systems.
Cite evidence to explain the relationship between the hydrosphere and atmosphere.
Describe the composition of the atmosphere and hydrosphere.<br>* Define and describe the hydrosphere.<br>* Recognize and describe the
Use computers and other technologies to produce tables, graphs, and spreadsheet calculations.
Use computers and other technologies to produce tables, graphs, and spreadsheet calculations.
Use computers and other technologies to produce tables, graphs, and spreadsheet calculations.
Use computers and other technologies to produce tables, graphs, and spreadsheet calculations.
Use computers and other technologies to produce tables, graphs, and spreadsheet calculations.
Use computers and other technologies to produce tables, graphs, and spreadsheet calculations.
Use computers and other technologies to create visual presentations (scale drawings, photographs, digital images, PowerPoint, etc.).
Use computers and other technologies to create visual presentations (scale drawings, photographs, digital images, PowerPoint, etc.).
Use computers and other technologies to produce tables, graphs, and spreadsheet calculations.
Use computers and other technologies to produce tables, graphs, and spreadsheet calculations.
Use computers and other technologies to create visual presentations (scale drawings, photographs, digital images, PowerPoint, etc.).
Use computers and other technologies to create visual presentations (scale drawings, photographs, digital images, PowerPoint, etc.).
Use computers and other technologies to create visual presentations (scale drawings, photographs, digital images, PowerPoint, etc.).
Use computers and other technologies to create visual presentations (scale drawings, photographs, digital images, PowerPoint, etc.).
Use computers and other technologies to create visual presentations (scale drawings, photographs, digital images, PowerPoint, etc.).
Use computers and other technologies to create visual presentations (scale drawings, photographs, digital images, PowerPoint, etc.).
Explain scientific concepts and processes through drawing, writing, and oral communication.
Explain scientific concepts and processes through drawing, writing, and oral communication.
Explain scientific concepts and processes through drawing, writing, and oral communication.
Explain scientific concepts and processes through drawing, writing, and oral communication.
Explain scientific concepts and processes through drawing, writing, and oral communication.
Explain scientific concepts and processes through drawing, writing, and oral communication.
Explain scientific concepts and processes through drawing, writing, and oral communication.
Summarize data.
Summarize data.
Summarize data.
Explain scientific concepts and processes through drawing, writing, and oral communication.
Summarize data.
Summarize data.
The student will demonstrate the ability to use appropriate communication methods, both written and oral, to present the processes and resu
The student will demonstrate the ability to use appropriate communication methods, both written and oral, to present the processes and resu
Summarize data.
Summarize data.
Summarize data.
Make predictions and explain everyday phenomena.
Make predictions and explain everyday phenomena.
Make predictions and explain everyday phenomena.
Make predictions and explain everyday phenomena.
The student will demonstrate the ability to use appropriate communication methods, both written and oral, to present the processes and resu
The student will demonstrate the ability to use appropriate communication methods, both written and oral, to present the processes and resu
The student will demonstrate the ability to use appropriate communication methods, both written and oral, to present the processes and resu
The student will demonstrate the ability to use appropriate communication methods, both written and oral, to present the processes and resu
The student will demonstrate the ability to use appropriate communication methods, both written and oral, to present the processes and resu
The student will demonstrate the ability to use appropriate communication methods, both written and oral, to present the processes and resu
Make predictions and explain everyday phenomena.
Make predictions and explain everyday phenomena.
Make predictions and explain everyday phenomena.
Make predictions and explain everyday phenomena.
Identify trends and sources of error.
Identify trends and sources of error.
Identify trends and sources of error.
Identify trends and sources of error.
Identify trends and sources of error.
Identify trends and sources of error.
Analyze data.
Analyze data.
Analyze data.
Analyze data.
Analyze data.
Analyze data.
Analyze data.
Analyze data.
Modify or affirm preexisting scientific conceptions.
Modify or affirm preexisting scientific conceptions.
Modify or affirm preexisting scientific conceptions.
Modify or affirm preexisting scientific conceptions.
Identify trends and sources of error.
Identify trends and sources of error.
The student will demonstrate the ability to carry out effective scientific investigations, analyze data, communicate results, and apply results
Modify or affirm preexisting scientific conceptions.
Modify or affirm preexisting scientific conceptions.
Modify or affirm preexisting scientific conceptions.
Modify or affirm preexisting scientific conceptions.
The student will demonstrate the ability to carry out effective scientific investigations, analyze data, communicate results, and apply results
The student will demonstrate the ability to carry out effective scientific investigations, analyze data, communicate results, and apply results
The student will demonstrate the ability to carry out effective scientific investigations, analyze data, communicate results, and apply results
The student will demonstrate the ability to carry out effective scientific investigations, analyze data, communicate results, and apply results
The student will demonstrate the ability to carry out effective scientific investigations, analyze data, communicate results, and apply results
The student will demonstrate the ability to carry out effective scientific investigations, analyze data, communicate results, and apply results
The student will demonstrate the ability to carry out effective scientific investigations, analyze data, communicate results, and apply results
Judge the reasonableness of an answer.
Judge the reasonableness of an answer.
Judge the reasonableness of an answer.
Judge the reasonableness of an answer.
Judge the reasonableness of an answer.
Manipulate quantities and numerical values in algebraic equations.
Judge the reasonableness of an answer.
Judge the reasonableness of an answer.
Judge the reasonableness of an answer.
Manipulate quantities and numerical values in algebraic equations.
Manipulate quantities and numerical values in algebraic equations.
Manipulate quantities and numerical values in algebraic equations.
Express and compare small and large quantities using scientific notation and relative order of magnitude.
Express and compare small and large quantities using scientific notation and relative order of magnitude.
Express and compare small and large quantities using scientific notation and relative order of magnitude.
Manipulate quantities and numerical values in algebraic equations.
Manipulate quantities and numerical values in algebraic equations.
Manipulate quantities and numerical values in algebraic equations.
Manipulate quantities and numerical values in algebraic equations.
Use computers and graphing calculators to perform calculations for tables, graphs, and spreadsheets.
Use computers and graphing calculators to perform calculations for tables, graphs, and spreadsheets.
Use computers and graphing calculators to perform calculations for tables, graphs, and spreadsheets.
Express and compare small and large quantities using scientific notation and relative order of magnitude.
Express and compare small and large quantities using scientific notation and relative order of magnitude.
Express and compare small and large quantities using scientific notation and relative order of magnitude.
Express and compare small and large quantities using scientific notation and relative order of magnitude.
Express and compare small and large quantities using scientific notation and relative order of magnitude.
Use ratio and proportion in appropriate situations to solve problems.
Use ratio and proportion in appropriate situations to solve problems.
Use ratio and proportion in appropriate situations to solve problems.
Use ratio and proportion in appropriate situations to solve problems.
Use computers and graphing calculators to perform calculations for tables, graphs, and spreadsheets.
Use computers and graphing calculators to perform calculations for tables, graphs, and spreadsheets.
Use computers and graphing calculators to perform calculations for tables, graphs, and spreadsheets.
Use computers and graphing calculators to perform calculations for tables, graphs, and spreadsheets.
Use computers and graphing calculators to perform calculations for tables, graphs, and spreadsheets.
Use ratio and proportion in appropriate situations to solve problems.
Use ratio and proportion in appropriate situations to solve problems.
Use ratio and proportion in appropriate situations to solve problems.
Use ratio and proportion in appropriate situations to solve problems.
Solve problems methodically by identifying known and unknown quantities, identifying appropriate equations, and determining the reasonab
Solve problems methodically by identifying known and unknown quantities, identifying appropriate equations, and determining the reasonab
Solve problems methodically by identifying known and unknown quantities, identifying appropriate equations, and determining the reasonab
Solve problems methodically by identifying known and unknown quantities, identifying appropriate equations, and determining the reasonab
Solve problems methodically by identifying known and unknown quantities, identifying appropriate equations, and determining the reasonab
Solve problems methodically by identifying known and unknown quantities, identifying appropriate equations, and determining the reasonab
Solve problems methodically by identifying known and unknown quantities, identifying appropriate equations, and determining the reasonab
Solve problems methodically by identifying known and unknown quantities, identifying appropriate equations, and determining the reasonab
Use math skills including unit conversions, manipulating and solving algebraic equations, scientific notation, and proportional relationships.
Use math skills including unit conversions, manipulating and solving algebraic equations, scientific notation, and proportional relationships.
Use math skills including unit conversions, manipulating and solving algebraic equations, scientific notation, and proportional relationships.
Use math skills including unit conversions, manipulating and solving algebraic equations, scientific notation, and proportional relationships.
Use math skills including unit conversions, manipulating and solving algebraic equations, scientific notation, and proportional relationships.
Use math skills including unit conversions, manipulating and solving algebraic equations, scientific notation, and proportional relationships.
Use math skills including unit conversions, manipulating and solving algebraic equations, scientific notation, and proportional relationships.
Use math skills including unit conversions, manipulating and solving algebraic equations, scientific notation, and proportional relationships.
The student will demonstrate the ability to apply mathematical processes to solve problems.
The student will demonstrate the ability to apply mathematical processes to solve problems.
The student will demonstrate the ability to apply mathematical processes to solve problems.
The student will demonstrate the ability to apply mathematical processes to solve problems.
The student will demonstrate the ability to apply mathematical processes to solve problems.
Use models and computer simulations to extend the understanding of scientific concepts.
The student will demonstrate the ability to apply mathematical processes to solve problems.
The student will demonstrate the ability to apply mathematical processes to solve problems.
The student will demonstrate the ability to apply mathematical processes to solve problems.
Use models and computer simulations to extend the understanding of scientific concepts.
Use models and computer simulations to extend the understanding of scientific concepts.
Use models and computer simulations to extend the understanding of scientific concepts.
Use models and computer simulations to extend the understanding of scientific concepts.
Use models and computer simulations to extend the understanding of scientific concepts.
Use models and computer simulations to extend the understanding of scientific concepts.
Use analyzed data to confirm, modify, or reject a hypothesis.
Use models and computer simulations to extend the understanding of scientific concepts.
Use analyzed data to confirm, modify, or reject a hypothesis.
Use analyzed data to confirm, modify, or reject a hypothesis.
Use analyzed data to confirm, modify, or reject a hypothesis.
Use analyzed data to confirm, modify, or reject a hypothesis.
Use analyzed data to confirm, modify, or reject a hypothesis.
Use analyzed data to confirm, modify, or reject a hypothesis.
Determine the sources of error that limit the accuracy or precision of experimental results.
Use analyzed data to confirm, modify, or reject a hypothesis.
Determine the sources of error that limit the accuracy or precision of experimental results.
Determine the sources of error that limit the accuracy or precision of experimental results.
Determine the sources of error that limit the accuracy or precision of experimental results.
Determine the sources of error that limit the accuracy or precision of experimental results.
Determine the sources of error that limit the accuracy or precision of experimental results.
Determine the sources of error that limit the accuracy or precision of experimental results.
Use experimental data from various investigators to validate results.
Determine the sources of error that limit the accuracy or precision of experimental results.
Use experimental data from various investigators to validate results.
Use experimental data from various investigators to validate results.
Use experimental data from various investigators to validate results.
Use experimental data from various investigators to validate results.
Use experimental data from various investigators to validate results.
Use experimental data from various investigators to validate results.
Use experimental data from various investigators to validate results.
Describe trends revealed by data.
Describe trends revealed by data.
Describe trends revealed by data.
Describe trends revealed by data.
Describe trends revealed by data.
Describe trends revealed by data.
Describe trends revealed by data.
Describe trends revealed by data.
Check graphs to determine that they do not misrepresent results.
Check graphs to determine that they do not misrepresent results.
Check graphs to determine that they do not misrepresent results.
Check graphs to determine that they do not misrepresent results.
Check graphs to determine that they do not misrepresent results.
Check graphs to determine that they do not misrepresent results.
Check graphs to determine that they do not misrepresent results.
Check graphs to determine that they do not misrepresent results.
Determine the relationships between quantities and develop the mathematical model that describes these relationships.
Determine the relationships between quantities and develop the mathematical model that describes these relationships.
Determine the relationships between quantities and develop the mathematical model that describes these relationships.
Determine the relationships between quantities and develop the mathematical model that describes these relationships.
Determine the relationships between quantities and develop the mathematical model that describes these relationships.
Determine the relationships between quantities and develop the mathematical model that describes these relationships.
Determine the relationships between quantities and develop the mathematical model that describes these relationships.
Analyze data to make predictions, decisions, or draw conclusions.
Determine the relationships between quantities and develop the mathematical model that describes these relationships.
Analyze data to make predictions, decisions, or draw conclusions.
Analyze data to make predictions, decisions, or draw conclusions.
Analyze data to make predictions, decisions, or draw conclusions.
Analyze data to make predictions, decisions, or draw conclusions.
Analyze data to make predictions, decisions, or draw conclusions.
Analyze data to make predictions, decisions, or draw conclusions.
Analyze data to make predictions, decisions, or draw conclusions.
The student will demonstrate the ability to conclude, justify, and support that data analysis is a vital aspect of the process of scientific inquir
The student will demonstrate the ability to conclude, justify, and support that data analysis is a vital aspect of the process of scientific inquir
The student will demonstrate the ability to conclude, justify, and support that data analysis is a vital aspect of the process of scientific inquir
Recognize and explain that human-caused changes have consequences for Maryland_s environment as well as for other places and future tim
Identify and describe a range of local issues that have an impact on people in other places.<br>* Determine factors such as pH, salinity, diss
Recognize and describe how environmental change in one part of the world can have consequences for other parts of the world.
Identify and describe that ecosystems can be impacted by human activities.<br>* Protection of the Chesapeake Bay watershed<br>* Resour
Recognize and describe that environmental changes can have local, regional, and global consequences.
Identify and describe a local, regional, or global environmental issue.
Identify and describe that different individuals or groups are affected by an issue in different ways.<br>* Investigate issues related to the Ch
Recognize and explain how human activities can accelerate or magnify many naturally occurring changes in terms of living organisms.
Identify and describe a local, regional, or global environmental issue.
Identify and describe that different individuals or groups are affected by an issue in different ways.<br>* Investigate issues related to the Ch
Develop an explanation of motion using the relationships among time, distance, velocity, and acceleration.
Observe, describe, and compare the motions of objects using position, speed, velocity, and the direction.
Based on data given or collected, graph and calculate average speed using distance and time.<br>* Use appropriate tools to measure length
Compare accelerated and constant motions using time, distance, and velocity.
Describe and calculate acceleration using change in the speed and time.<br>* Interpret an acceleration graph. [G/T]<br>* Examine the acce
Identify and relate formal ideas (Newton_s Laws) about the interaction of force and motion to real world experiences.
State Newton_s Laws of Motion.
Investigate and explain the interaction of force and motion that causes objects that are at rest to move.<br>* Define and give examples of in
Demonstrate and explain, through a variety of examples, that moving objects will stay in motion at the same speed and in the same direction
Investigate and collect data from multiple trials about the motion that explain the motion that results when the same force acts on objects of
Based on data collected and organized, explain qualitatively the relationship between net force applied to an object and its mass for a given
Calculate the net force given the mass and acceleration.
Explain how momentum is a property of moving objects. [G/T]
Recognize and explain that every object exerts gravitational force on every other object.
Explain the difference between mass and weight.<br>* Mass is a measure of inertia.<br>* Weight is a measure of the force of gravity.
Describe the relationship between the gravitational force and the masses of the attracting objects.
Describe the relationship between the gravitational force and the distance between the attracting objects.
Recognize and cite examples showing that mass remains the same in all locations while weight may vary with a change in location (weight o
Recognize that gravity is the force that holds planets, moons, and satellites in their orbits.
Recognize and explain that energy can neither be created nor destroyed; rather it changes form or is transferred through the action of forces.
Observe and describe the relationship between the distance an object is moved by a force and the change in its potential energy or kinetic en
Identify the relationship between the amount of energy transferred (work) to the product of the applied force and the distance moved in the d
Identify and describe that simple machines (levers and inclined planes) may reduce the amount of effort required to do work.<br>* Describe
Describe and cite evidence that heat can be transferred by conduction, convection, and radiation.
Based on observable phenomena, identify and describe examples of heat being transferred through conduction and through convection.
Based on observable phenomena, identify examples to illustrate that radiation does not require matter to transfer heat energy.
Research and identify the types of insulators that best reduce heat loss through conduction, convection, or radiation.
Identify and explain that heat energy is a product of the conversion of one form of energy to another.
Identify and describe the various forms of energy that are transformed in order for systems (living and non-living) to operate.<br>* Chemica
Explain that some heat energy is always lost from a system during energy transformations.<br>* Identify methods (e.g.., using insulation) th
Identify the energy transformations that must occur in order for work to be done by various common devices, such as home appliances, flash
Cite evidence supporting that electrical energy can be produced from a variety of energy sources and can itself be transformed into almost a
Research and identify various energy sources and the energy transforming devices used to produce electrical energy.<br>* Wind (generator
Cite examples that demonstrate the transformation of electrical energy into other forms of energy.<br>* Illustrate how energy is transformed
Investigate and describe that some materials allow the quick, convenient, and safe transfer of electricity (conductors), while others prevent t
Identify and describe the energy transformations in simple electric circuits.<br>* Identify the tools of scientific measurement for electricity.
Identify and describe magnetic fields and their relationship to electric current.
Investigate and describe the magnetic fields surrounding various types of magnets using materials, such as iron filings and small compasses:
Investigate and explain ways to change the strength of a simple electromagnet by varying the number of coils wrapped, the amount of electr
Describe how the electromagnet demonstrates the relationship of magnetism and electricity and identify common devices that demonstrate a
Based on investigations describe that electricity moving through a wire produces a magnetic force on materials placed near the wire.<br>* I
Identify and describe the relationships among the various properties of waves.
Cite examples to show that waves transfer energy from one place to another.<br>* Light<br>* Sound<br>* Earthquake waves
Measure and describe the wavelength, frequency, and amplitude of waves using:<br>* Water<br>* Ropes<br>* Springs.
Measure and describe the relationship between the frequency and the wavelength of a wave.
Identify and compare longitudinal and transverse waves.
Provide evidence to demonstrate the relationship among the properties of waves using sound.
Investigate and describe that the pitch of sounds can be varied by changing the rate of vibration (i.e., frequency).
Identify and describe the relationship among frequency, wavelength, and pitch.
Observe and describe the relationship between amplitude and loudness.
Cite evidence that sound waves transfer energy using observation of sympathetic tuning forks, tuned guitar strings, etc.
Investigate and cite the rules that govern behaviors of light.
"Based on data, generalize the law of reflection.<br>* Explain why the angle of reflection for light is equal to the angle of incidence."
Cite evidence from observations and research to support the fact that something can be _seen" when light waves emitted or reflected by it en
Based on observations predict the change in the direction (refraction) of light as it travels from one material to another.<br>* Identify and d
Investigate and cite the rules that govern behaviors of light.
Locate and diagram visible light on the electromagnetic spectrum. [G/T]
Identify applications of the entire electromagnetic spectrum. [G/T]
Cite evidence to support the fact that some substances can be separated into the original substances from which they were made.
Investigate and identify ways to describe and classify mixtures using the observable and measurable properties of their components.<br>* M
Based on data gathered, identify and describe various processes used to separate mixtures.<br>* Filtration<br>* Evaporation<br>* Paper c
Use data gathered to provide a reasonable explanation for the idea that the mass of a mixture is equal to the sum of the masses of its compon
Compare compounds and mixtures based on data from investigations and research.
Cite evidence from investigations to explain how the components of mixtures can be separated.
Use evidence from data gathered to explain why the components of compounds cannot be separated using physical properties.
Analyze the results of research completed to develop a comparison of compounds and mixtures.<br>* Define mixture, element, and compou
Cite evidence and give examples of chemical properties of substances.
Define and identify physical properties of matter (e.g., solubility, density, states of matter, texture, color, hardness, malleability, ductility, lu
Identify unknown substances by observing physical properties. [G/T]
Based on data from investigations and research, identify, and describe chemical properties of common substances.<br>* Reacts with oxygen
Use information gathered from investigations using indicators to classify materials as acidic, basic, or neutral.<br>* Classify substances usin
List and describe physical properties of metals, metalloids, and nonmetals.
List and describe chemical properties of metals, metalloids, and nonmetals.
Provide evidence to support the fact that common substances have the ability to change into new substances.
Investigate and describe the occurrence of chemical reactions using the following evidence:<br>* Color change<br>* Formation of a precip
Use evidence from observations to identify and describe factors that influence reaction rates.<br>* Change in temperature<br>* Acidity
Identify the reactants and products involved in a chemical reaction given a symbolic equation, a word equation, or a description of the reacti
Provide data from investigations to support the fact that energy is transformed during chemical reactions.
Provide examples to explain the difference between a physical change and a chemical change.
Provide evidence and examples illustrating that many substances can exist as a solid, liquid, or gas depending on temperature.
Use evidence from investigations to describe the effect that adding heat energy to different types of matter has on the rate at which the matte
Based on data from investigations describe the effect that removing heat energy from different types of matter has on the rate at which the m
Analyze data gathered and formulate a conclusion on the effects of temperature change on most substances
Describe how the motion of atoms and molecules in solids, liquids, and gases changes as heat energy is increased or decreased.
Based on data from investigations and video technology, describe and give reasons for what happens to a sample of matter when heat energy
Describe what the temperature of a solid, or a liquid, or a gas reveals about the motion of its atoms and molecules.<br>* Identify the proper
Formulate an explanation for the different characteristics and behaviors of solids, liquids, and gases using an analysis of the data gathered o
Cite evidence to support the fact that all matter is made up of atoms, which are far too small to see directly through a microscope.
Recognize and describe that the atoms of each element are alike but different from atoms of other elements.<br>* Recognize and explain th
Recognize and describe that different arrangements of atoms into groups compose all substances.
Provide evidence from the periodic table, investigations, and research to demonstrate that elements in the following groups have similar pro
Provide examples to illustrate that elements are substances that do not break down into smaller parts during normal investigations involving
Cite evidence to explain that all living and non-living things can be broken down to a set of known elements.
Provide evidence to explain how compounds are produced. (No electron transfer)
Classify matter into elements (atoms), compounds (molecules), and mixtures (solutions).
Describe how elements form compounds and molecules.
Investigate and describe what happens to the properties of elements when they react chemically with other elements.
Based on data from investigations and research compare the properties of compounds with those of the elements from which they are made.
Provide evidence to support the fact that the idea of atoms explains conservation of matter.
Use appropriate tools to measure temperature (thermometer), mass (balance), length (meter stick), volume (graduated cylinder), and density
Use appropriate tools to gather data and provide evidence that equal volumes of different substances usually have different masses.
Cite evidence from investigations that the total mass of a system remains the same throughout a chemical reaction because the number of ato
Give reasons to justify the statement, _ If the number of atoms stays the same no matter how the same atoms are rearranged, then their total
Predict reactions using groupings of matter (i.e., metals/metalloids/nonmetals, reactive/nonreactive).
Use patterns (i.e., families and periods) on the periodic table to predict reactions.
Classify an element according to its location on the periodic table (i.e., metals, metalloids, nonmetals).
Define isotopes and identify isotopes of common elements. [G/T]
Explain how isotopes are related to average atomic mass. [G/T]
Describe that elements combine in whole number ratios to form other substances called compounds (e.g., H2O, CO2, CO).
Explain how ions are formed when atoms lose or gain electrons. Identify the ion patterns formed based on location of families on the period
Describe basic types of ionic and covalent bonds of common salts and life molecules, such as NaCl, CO2, H2O, CO, and the diatomic mole
Predict and write the chemical formulas of simple compounds such as NaCl, MgO, CO2, H2O, and the diatomic atoms, such as H2 and O2.
Explain how the structure and bonds of the water molecule affect how water behaves and interacts with other substances.<br>* Describe the
Construct Lewis dot diagrams for the reacting elements (i.e., Family 1, 2, 16, 17, 18).
Explain that matter cannot be created or destroyed but instead can be changed from one form into another.
Model and explain how the conservation of matter applies to a simple chemical reaction (e.g., 2Na + S = Na2S, 2H2 + O2 = 2H2O).
Balance simple chemical reactions to verify the Law of Conservation of Matter.
Identify factors that influence reaction rates.<br>* Change in energy (i.e., change in temperature, stirring)<br>* Change in concentration of
Recognize that energy is transformed during chemical reactions.
Differentiate among four types of chemical reactions (e.g., synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, double replacement). [G/T]
Identify that nuclear fission and fusion are alternate forms of energy.
Define nuclear fission and fusion.
Identify nuclear fission and fusion as alternative forms of energy.
f. Describe the different viewpoints toward and responses to British colonial policies after reading primary source selections. (Reading to be
e. Analyze the British economic and political policies toward the colonies during this period. 850.05
d. Describe how the French and Indian War changed the relationship between Great Britain and the colonies. 850.04
c. Cite ways in which events in Europe precipitated the struggle for empire in North America. 850.03
b. Explain how the geography of these regions led to economic and cultural differences. 850.02
a. Identify the original thirteen colonies and describe their regional differences. 850.01
<b>Goal 1.</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the historical background as well as the political and social changes that
g. Examine the Declaration of Independence as a rationale for revolution and a statement of American principles of government. 850.07
<b>Goal 1.</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the major events and identify significant people of the American Revolu
a. Explain the contributions of military and political leaders in the Revolutionary War effort. 851.01
b. Describe the contributions of Native Americans, African Americans, and women to the Revolutionary War. 851.02
c. Explain the significance of important battles of the American Revolution. 851.03
d. Identify the results of the Treaty of Paris. 851.04<br>Analyze the outcomes of the war in relation to colonial and British preparedness at
<b> Goal 2. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the development of the federal government as a result of the United St
a. Identify the strengths and weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation. 852.01<br>Determine the reasons for the initial experimentation w
b. Identify and explain several key compromises that were necessary in order for the Constitution to receive approval. 852.02
c. Interpret the content of the Preamble to the Constitution. (Reading to be Informed -- Developing Interpretation). 852.03
d. Summarize the content and structure of the Constitution including the Preamble, the Articles, and the Bill of Rights. 852.04
e. Explain the principles of government incorporated in the Constitution. 852.05
f. Analyze the Federalist and Anti-Federalist arguments for and against the ratification of the Constitution. 852.06
g. Contrast the basic differences between strict and loose interpretation of the Constitution. 852.07<br>Analyze the motivating factors of Ha
h. Investigate and analyze contemporary issues which demonstrate the evolutionary nature of the Constitution. 852.08
<b> Goal 1. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the philosophy of government that emerged during the Federalist Era.
a. Identify the major accomplishments of the Washington Administration. 853.01
b. Trace the development of foreign policy during the Federalist Era. 853.02
c. Summarize a chart containing political and economic issues that illustrate the differences between Federalists and Republicans. (Reading
d. Trace the roots of nullification as exemplified in the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions. 853.04
<b> Goal 2. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the significant events and forces that shaped the new republic during J
a. Explain how the Election of 1800 marked the beginning of peaceful transitions of power. 854.01
b. Assess how John Marshall's precedent setting decisions strengthened the role of the judiciary by reading a summary of the Supreme Cour
c. Assess the constitutionality and impact of the Louisiana Purchase. 854.03
d. Analyze the steps taken by the Jefferson Administration and Congress to enforce American neutrality. 854.04
e. Identify the unintended economic consequences of the Embargo Act of 1807. 854.05
<b> Goal 3. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to examine the causes and consequences of the War of 1812, the growth of nationalis
a, Explain the causes and results of the War of 1812. 855.01
b. Examine the involvement of individuals including Native Americans, African Americans, and women in the War of 1812. 855.02

c. Analyze the impact of the Monroe Doctrine on U.S. foreign policy. 855.04<br>Analyze the factors that brought about the Monroe Doctri
d. Describe the government policies of a protective tariff, a national bank, and internal improvements that fostered an Industrial Revolution.
e. Analyze the social, political, and geographic factors that fostered the Industrial Revolution in the North. 855.06
f. Identify the benefits of several major industrial developments and inventions in America during the first half of the 19th century. 855.07
g. Explain how the Industrial Revolution sparked the growth of the cities and also created benefits for farming. 855.08
h. Analyze ways in which the factory system helped broaden economic democracy and created a higher standard of living. 855.09
<b>Goal 4.</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the significant events, forces, and people that shaped American history d
a. Evaluate factors that contributed to the growing sectionalism in the early 19th century. 856.01
b. Identify the changes in the American political system during the Jacksonian Era. 856.02<br>Examine the impact of Jackson’s presidency
c. Assess the impact of Jacksonian policies on Native Americans found in primary source documents when reading to be informed. (Reading
d. Explain some of the ways that Jackson contributed to the development of a strong presidency. 856.04
e. Discuss Jackson's economic policy. 856.05
<b>Goal 5.</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the causes and consequences of territorial expansion prior to the Civil W
a. Explain the concept of Manifest Destiny and assess its impact on the territorial expansion of the United States. 857.01<br>Analyze the ra
b. Identify the major causes of conflict between the American settlers in Texas and the Mexican government. 857.02
c. Trace the main events and list the major results of the Mexican War. 857.03
d. Explain how the controversy over slavery was addressed temporarily by the Missouri Compromise (1820) and the Compromise of 1850.
e. Describe the impact of the development of rail systems and water transportation on American expansion and economic development. 857
f. Analyze the push-pull factors that led to increased immigration, and how this contributed to increased cultural conflict. 857.06
g. Explain how various art forms reflected societal needs and contributed to a national identity. 857.07
h. Contrast the causes and character of rapid settlement of California and Oregon in the late 1840's and 1850's. 857.08
<b>Goal 1.</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the issues that ultimately led the nation to separation and the Civil War.
a. Describe the experiences of African Americans during the Middle Passage. 858.01
b. Identify the cultural and political contributions of free African Americans and of enslaved persons. 858.02<br>Note: These two previous
c. Examine and describe why the cotton-dominated economy of the South contributed to sectionalism. 858.03<br>Relate how the sectionali
d. Explain the differences in points of view as expressed by abolitionists and by the defenders of slavery in primary source documents. (Rea
e. Explain how the Kansas-Nebraska Act led to virtual civil war in Kansas. 858.05
f. Describe how the slavery issue gave rise to the formation of several new political parties. 858.06
g. Identify economic conditions that supported a continuation of the practice of slavery in the South. 858.07
h. Describe the effect of the Dred Scott decision on northern and southern positions on slavery. 858.08
i. Explain how Lincoln's election prompted secession by southern states. 858.09
<b>Goal 2.</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the effects of the Civil War on the American people. 859.00
a. Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of the North and South during the Civil War. 859.01
b. Evaluate political, social, economic, and geographic factors as chief causes of the Civil War. 859.02
c. Identify prominent military and political leaders of the Civil War and discuss their impact during this period. 859.03
d. Describe various military strategies employed during the war, including the impact of geography. 859.04
e. Assess the roles of African Americans and women during the Civil War. 859.05
f. Identify key Civil War battles and explain their outcomes. 859.06
g. Describe the purposes and effects of the Emancipation Proclamation. 859.07<br>Examine the military and political circumstances at the
<b>Goal 3.</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the significant economic, social, and political consequences of the Civil
a. Describe Lincoln’s and Johnson’s plans for Reconstruction. 860.01
b. State the provisions of the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments. 860.02
c. Discuss why the Radical Republicans attempted to remove Johnson from office. 860.03
d. Assess the general conditions of the South following the Civil War. 860.04
e. Analyze the participation of African-Americans who were elected to public office in the South. 860.05
f. Identify the strategies used by white Southerners to impede the integration of African Americans in the mainstream of southern society as
g. Explain why the Election of 1876 marked the end of the Reconstruction Era. 860.07<br>Evaluate the effects of Reconstruction on the var
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Write about and discuss mathematical concepts. (Communication)
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<b>Assessment Materials</b><br>Grade 6 Quarter 1: Algebra, Patterns, and Functions
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Present the information by: Composing a <b>multi-paragraph essay</b> following the 6+1 Traits of Writing (see the High School Writing &
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1. Students will write simple rhythmic patterns from dictation using quarter and eighth notes and corresponding rests in 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4 me
Distinguish a possible outcome from an impossible outcome using examples from daily life and concrete materials.
Play games that use spinners number cubes, etc. to develop an understanding of the terms likely and unlikely.
<b>Goal 1. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to identify the geographic characteristics of Europe. 750.00.
a. Identify Europe's relative location in the world and the characteristics that make it a region. 750.01
b. Describe the major geographic and climatic features of Europe and Russia. 750.02
c. Identify selected countries and major cities of the region. 750.03
<b>Goal 2. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to examine the history of Greece, Rome, and the Byzantine Empire. 751.00
a. Describe the location of Ancient Greece and explain the reasons for its location. 751.01
b. Give reasons for the rise of Ancient Greece and cite examples of its contributions and major achievements to the world. 751.02
c. Compare and contrast the social and political structure of Athens and Sparta. 751.03
d. Explain the decline of Ancient Greece. 751.04 Prioritize and justify the reasons for the decline of Ancient Greece. 751.04G/T
e. Describe the impact of Alexander of Macedonia's conquests and the subsequent spread of Hellenistic culture. 751.05
f. Describe the location of Ancient Rome and explain the reasons for its location. 751.06
g. Give reasons for the rise of the Roman Empire and cite examples of its contributions and major achievements to the world. 751.07
h. Describe and analyze the fall of the Roman Empire. 751.08 Prioritize and justify the reasons for the fall of the Roman Empire. 751.08G/T
i. Identify the achievements and contributions of the Byzantine Empire. 751.09 Interpret the role of the Byzantine civilization as a preserver
<b> Goal 1. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to examine the cultural effects of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.753.00
a. Explain the factors that led to the development of Feudalism. 753.01
b. Identify and explain the political, social, and economic aspects of life in Medieval Europe. 753.02
c. Describe the influences of Slavic, Viking, and Byzantine cultures on the development of Russian society. 753.03
d. Explain how the Crusades impacted the expansion of Christian Europe. 753.04
e. Describe the origins, development, and impact of the European Renaissance. 753.05
f. Analyze the lasting effects of the Mongol invasion on the culture of Russia and Europe. 753.06
<b>Goal 2. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to examine the geography and natural resources of contemporary Europe. 754.00
a. Identify selected countries and major cities of the region. 754.01
b. List and analyze the major natural resources and products of Europe. 754.02 Predict settlement patterns of major cities based on available
c. Interpret the environmental consequences that resulted from political decisions of the former government of the Soviet Union. 754.03
<b> Goal 3. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand regional issues in Europe and Russia. 755.00
a. Explain the rise and downfall of communism in the former Soviet Bloc countries. 755.01

b. Explain and compare the economic and social challenges facing the new democracies of Eastern Europe. 755.03 Select a current issue in
c. Describe and analyze how ethnic and religious differences tend to divide the people of the nations of these regions. 755.04
d. Describe and analyze how European nations are cooperating to compete in the global economy through the European Union. 755.05
e. Analyze a selected contemporary issue and predict possible future trends in Europe and/or Russia. 755.06
<b> Goal 1. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to identify the geographic characteristics of Latin America. 756.00
a. Identify the relative location of Latin America and the characteristics that make it a region. 756.01
b. Identify selected countries and major cities of Latin America. 756.02
c. Describe the major geographic and climatic features of Latin America. 756.03
d. List the major natural resources and products of Latin America. 756.04 Evaluate the environmental, political, economic, and social effect
<b>Goal 2. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to examine the history of Latin America. 757.00
a. Analyze the causes and consequences of the Age of Exploration. 757.01
b. Compare and contrast the characteristics and achievements of the Mayan, Aztec, and Inca Empires. 757.02
c. Analyze the effects of the “Columbian Exchange” on the eastern and western hemispheres. 757.03
d. Describe the social classes that developed in colonial Latin America. 757.04
e. Identify the causes and effects of one or more of the various independence movements in Latin America. 757.05 Compare the independen
<b> Goal 3. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the cultural heritage of Latin America. 758.00
a. Describe the influence of the Catholic Church on Latin American 758.01
b. Explain why the nations of Latin America have had difficulty building stable governments. 758.02
c. Assess the impact of population growth and economic factors on the environment, 758.03 Analyze the impact of physical features and cli
d. Using a variety of economic and demographic data, identify and justify the development status of selected Latin American countries and c
e. Analyze a contemporary issue facing Latin America and predict possible future trends after reading a selection on a Latin American natio
<b> Goal 1. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to identify the geographic characteristics of Canada and the US. 759.00
a. Identify the relative location of the United States and Canada and the characteristics that make them a region. 759.01
b. Identify the major political subdivisions and cities of the United States and Canada (provinces/territories and states). 759.02
c. Describe the major geographic and climatic features of Canada and the US. 759.03
d. Identify the major natural resources and products of Canada and the US. and explain how they impact the economies of both nations. 759
<b> Goal 2. </b> Students will demonstrate the ability to examine the history of Canada. 760.00
a. Explain how settlement patterns in Canada are linked to colonization by England and France. 760.01
b. Explain how Canada became an independent nation. 760.02
c. Compare the advantages and disadvantages of establishing a bilingual nation after reading an article on Quebec, Canada. (Reading to be I
d. Identify recent territory/province developments in Canada 760.04
<b> Goal 3.</b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the cultural heritage of Canada and the US. 761.00
a. Compare Canada’s and the United Sates’ Federal form of government (unicameral versus bicameral). 761.01
b. Describe and give examples of environmental problems that affects both Canada and the United States. 761.02
c. Read and analyze two or more thematic maps to assess the location and development of urban areas in the United States. (Reading to be I
d. Describe how the United States is a pluralistic society consisting of diverse cultures, customs, and traditions. 761.04 Describe the waves o
e. Determine the role the United States seeks to play in the global society. 761.05 Analyze the influence of the media on current political top
e. Analyze a selected contemporary issue facing Canada or the US and predict possible future trends. 761.06
f. Analyze the relationship that has developed between the US and Canada. 761.07 t.1.4.1
define and demonstrate proper dance etiquette
define and demonstrate leadership skills
define and demonstrate basic technical skills in all dance forms
identify and demonstrate kinesthetic sense in many dance forms
demonstrate awareness of appropriate audience behavior
define projection skills
discover their own potential as a participant in dance
demonstrate proper dance etiquette
refine leadership skills
show initiative to perform leadership roles
define and demonstrate technical competencies across all dance forms
demonstrate and apply kinesthetic sense to all dance forms
demonstrate appropriate audience behavior
develop projection skills
support a commitment to dance an art form
demonstrate active leadership roles
define and demonstrate advanced technical competencies
refine kinesthetic sense through self-evaluation and correction
refine appropriate behavior in a variety of dance settings
apply projection skills as a technique to communicate ideas, thoughts, and feelings to an audience
discover and experience mvement from various historical periods, choreographers, and cultures
explain a variety of social issues as they relate to the dance
describe and perform styles from various histroical periods, choeographers, and cultures
interpret a variety of social issues through performance
distinguish and implement styles from various historical periods, chorepgrphers, and cultures
communicate social issues through dance performance
display readiness for choreography by experimenting through improvisation
identify fundamentals of composition
identify and explain aspects of performance competencies and stage production
organize fundamentals of composition to create movement sequences and dances
apply concepts of performance competencies to stage production
choreograph dance that illustrate competent understanding of composition
refine principles of performance competencies in stage production
explore dance career options
formulate aesthetic criteria to evaluate observed dance performance
respond to evaluation of teacher
apply established guidelines to evaluate peers
evaulate their own performance and the performance of others using aesthetic criteria
respond to evaluation from teacher and peers
forumalte, apply, and communicate aesthetic critieria for evaluating personal performance and that of others
respond and interpret teacher, peer, and professional adjudicator evaluation of personal and group performance
identify how healthy practices enhance their ability to dance
identify personal goals as they relate to dance
demonstrate healthy practices as they relate to dance
identify and evaluate personal progress
extend knowledge of healthy practices to meet their individual goals
evaluate personal progress as it relates to individual and group performance
develop a healthy lifestyle based on their experience in dance
demonstrate concepts between dance and other disciplines
select concepts from other disciplines to create compositions and dances
integrate concepts from other disciplines to create composition dances, and productions
e. Differentiate between the terms weight loss, weight gain, and weight maintenance.
b. Determine their body types.
c. Describe appropriate methods for assessing body composition.
a. Describe the characteristics of the three classifications of body types and their relation to physical activity.
c. Analyze the relationship between accepted nutritional guidelines and physical activity.
b. Design, implement, and evaluate progress toward an effective personal eating plan based on health information and personal goals.
a. Access and analyze accurate information about nutrition and weight control based on source, validity, cost, and effectiveness.
g. Apply the principles of training to improve muscular fitness.
f. Identify and participate in a variety of activities that promote muscular fitness.
e. Describe and demonstrate safety procedures that should be followed when engaging in muscular fitness activities.
d. Identify and describe methods of determining levels of muscular strength and muscular endurance.
c. Identify benefits derived from participation in muscular fitness activities.
b. Identify myths commonly held about weight training.
h. Apply the principles of training to improve cardiovascular fitness.
g. Identify and participate in a variety of aerobic activities that promote cardiovascular fitness.
f. Describe and demonstrate safety procedures that should be followed when engaging in cardiovascular fitness activities.
e. Identify and describe methods of determining the level of cardiovascular fitness.
d. calculate their individual target heart rate zone.
b. Identify health-related problems associated with inadequate cardiovascular fitness.
a. Explain how the circulatory and respiratory systems are related to cardiovascular fitness.
e. Apply the principles of training to improve flexibility.
d. Identify and participate in a variety of static and dynamic stretching activities that promote flexibility.
c. Describe and demonstrate safety procedures that should be followed when engaging in flexibility exercises.
b. Identify and describe methods of determining levels of flexibility.
a. Identify health-related problems associated with inadequate flexibility.
e. Apply the training principles of overload, progression and specificity to individual activity opportunities.
c. Define the training principle of progression and explain why one must progress slowly.
a. Define the training principle of overload.
b. Explain how overload is accomplished by varying frequency, intensity, and time.
c. Identify the steps to follow when setting goals.
d. Create short-and -long term goals to maintain and/or improve health-related fitness components.
a. Identify factors to consider before engaging in a physical fitness program.
b. Identify signs of heat illness caused by fluid loss.
c. Identify safety precautions to be taken when exercising.
b. Differentiate between short-term and long-term goals.
Recognize why people have rules at home and at school
f. Explain why it is important to be healthy and physically fit.
a. Define physical fitness.
b. Identify the benefits of exercise through participation in fitness activities.
c. Identify health risk factors.
d. Define body image.
e. Identify attitudes that teens may have toward physical activity.
a. Identify and define the health-related and skill related components of physical fitness.
b. Describe the difference between health-related and skill-related components of physical fitness
c. Establish a baseline level of health-related fitness through FITNESSGRAM testing.
d. Measure skill-related components of physical fitness.
e. Record and analyze individual fitness data..
a. Identify sources and symptoms of stress and the effect of stress on one’s health.
b. Examine constructive and age-appropriate strategies for managing stress.
c. Describe appropriate responses to emotions.
d. Identify components of personal well-being and explain why they are important.
e. Investigate one component of personal wellness, other than physical, and develop a plan for positive self-change.
f. Apply a decision-making model to personal issues and problems.
g. Define “depression,” recognize symptoms, and identify resources for help.
h. Develop and practice strategies to resolve conflicts nonviolently.
i. Explain the importance of assuming responsibility for personal health behaviors.
a. Identify ways to prevent sports related injuries.
b. Practice first aid procedures used for injuries involving blood.
c. Identify ways to prevent injuries involving weapons including bb guns.
d. Identify safe practices for potentially dangerous household products
e. Recognize characteristics of sexual child abuse.
f. Identify strategies for the prevention of sexual child abuse.
g. Identify intervention resources for sexual child abuse.
a. Identify the effects of tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana use and nonuse on the body.
b. Distinguish between internal and external influences on use of tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana.
c. Recognize and analyze media influences on the use of tobacco and alcohol products.
d. Describe and practice effective refusal skills.
e. Practice effective decision-making skills with regard to risky behavior.
f. Identify strategies to promote a drug-free lifestyle.
g. Identify and practice ways of dealing with peer pressure.
h. Identify community resources that can help with problems involving tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs.
a. Identify expectations for a positive classroom environment for puberty education.
b. Identify ways to communicate issues related to puberty with the family.
c. Describe the role society plays in the perception of normal body image.
d. Define “puberty” and describe how it affects the male and female body.
e. Examine the effects of puberty on emotional and social growth.
f. Examine the transition from behavior and attitudes of childhood to the behavior, attitudes, and responsibilities of the adolescent.
a. Identify the three components of the central nervous system (brain, spinal cord, and neurons).
b. Identify the functions of the central nervous system such as sending and receiving messages from other body systems and controlling all t
c. Identify the three main parts of the brain and the function of each part (the cerebellum controls balance and coordination, the brain stem c
d. Explain the function of the brain when the body is participating in physical activity.
a. Identify the FITT components: Type, Time, Frequency, and Intensity, including specific activities that relate to the health-related fitness c
b. Compare the relationship between the FITT components of Time and Intensity.
a. Compare activities to maintain or improve the specific health related fitness components: cardiorespiratory endurance/aerobic capacity, m
b. Identify and define the components of a fitness plan such as goals, baseline scores, and physical activity log.
a. Explain the effect of physical activity on personal well being such as relaxation, healthy attitude, and self-awareness.
a. Chart personal caloric expenditure and caloric intake.
b. Explain the importance of monitoring hydration based on level of physical activity.
c. Compare various types of nutritional supplements and performance enhancing foods such as energy bars and their effect of the body.
a. Categorize factors affecting physical activity as personal, environmental, or social.
a. Identify various marketing practices and strategies aimed at people interested in improving their fitness levels.
a. Explain and show how absorption of force increases control such as in sport examples of bunting a softball, trapping a soccer ball, catchin
b. Identify and describe how efficient movements minimize injuries in a variety of activities and daily living.
a. Define the three types of levers including first, second, and third class levers.
b. Explain and give examples of internal and external levers
a. Participate in a manner that is safe for self and others.
a. Evaluate the relationship between effort and skill improvement by charting performance in a variety of physical activities.
b. Identify the meaning of persistence and its relationship to skill improvement.
a. Create strategies to improve self-regulation in challenging settings.
a. Identify problem-solving techniques which maximize personal potential and demonstrate sensitivity to the rights and feelings of others.
b. Demonstrate cooperation with peers through verbal and nonverbal behavior.
c. Identify strategies for including physically challenged individuals into physical activity.
a. Design and implement a realistic short-term physical activity goal.
a. Perform predetermined time management plans to allow completion of a series of tasks within a specified amount of time.
a. Identify and perform examples of skills learned in a closed environment (closed skills)
a. Design a checklist of strategies to correct errors in skills which will improve personal performance.
b. Modify and perform a specific motor skill based on feedback and discussion.
a. List how prior experience affects stages of learning.
a. Define the principles of overload, progression, specificity, regularity and individuality and how they enhance aerobic capacity/cardiorespi
b. Assess and analyze aerobic capacity/cardiorespiratory fitness identified by annual standardized fitness tests and list physical activities to a
c. Use aerobic and anaerobic activities when developing personal goals and a plan to enhance aerobic capacity/cardio-respiratory fitness.
d. Use technology to monitor individual heart rate during the three phases of an aerobic workout.
e. Define resting heart rate, target heart rate, and maximum heart rate.
a. Define the principles of overload, progression, specificity, regularity and individuality and how they enhance muscular strength and musc
b. Assess and analyze muscular strength and muscular endurance identified by annual standardized fitness tests and list physical activities to
c. Apply personal assessment to develop personal goals and a plan to enhance muscular strength and muscular endurance.
a. Define the principles of overload, progression, specificity, regularity and individuality and how they enhance flexibility.
b. Assess and analyze flexibility identified by annual standardized fitness tests and list physical activities to achieve individualized personal
c. Apply personal assessment to develop personal goals and a plan to enhance flexibility.
a. Identify the term somatotype and discuss various body types including ectomorph, mesomorph and endomorph.
a. Identify and self-assess the skill related fitness components: agility, balance, coordination, power, speed, and reaction time.
b. Identify and show fundamental movements that will enhance skill themes.
a. Identify and show a given movement pattern to create an expression of individuality.
a. Identify and arrange physical activities into the four basic categories of tactical games (net/wall, invasion, striking/fielding, and target).
b. Identify movement concepts and strategies used in each game category such as on-the-ball skills and off-the-ball movements.
c. Show movement concepts and strategies that add to student success during participation in net/wall, invasion, striking/fielding, and target
The student will use scientific skills and processes to collect, organize, and interpret information as it relates to weather and seasons.
Observe, describe, and record changes in daily weather conditions and recognize that weather can change from day to day.
Describe how weather conditions can affect people_s activities and the kind of clothing they wear.
Identify and name the four seasons.
Describe the environmental changes that occur during each season.
Classify the weather conditions and events associated with each season.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to explore the properties of water and how it interacts with substances in varied and pred
Describe that water takes the shape of its container, has weight, and takes up space.
Collect evidence to show that water can change by freezing, melting, and evaporating.
Observe and conclude that water flows in a downward direction.
Observe and conclude that some substances absorb water and some substances do not absorb water.
Observe that water drops can be manipulated in predictable ways.
Describe the characteristics of bubbles.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to explore the characteristics of living things by collecting evidence of similarities and di
Classify living things based on similarities and differences.
Describe how people are alike in some ways and unique in others.
Describe some of the ways people change as they grow.
Use the five senses to describe some characteristics by which living things are classified.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to explore the characteristics of plants.
Identify plants as living things with basic needs of air, water, food, and light.
Distinguish between once-living objects and objects that have never lived.
Identify the conditions necessary for seeds to sprout.
Recognize that plants vary in size, shape, and color.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to explain that humans use resources from the environment to meet needs and wants, and
Recognize that people use land for growing food, for transportation, for building things, and for recreation.
Identify ways that people use Earth_s air and water.
Recognize that living things need a clean environment.
Identify factors that contribute to air, water, and land pollution.
Recognize and identify materials that can be reused and recycled.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to observe and describe the features and properties of Earth, the Sun, the Moon, and stars
Identify and describe a science problem related to the features and properties of Earth, the Sun, the Moon, and stars.
Explain that Earth is composed of land, air, and water.
Describe and compare samples of Earth_s composition.
Identify, observe, and describe the physical properties and locations of the Sun, the Moon, and stars.
Identify the Sun as a star, the provider of light and heat necessary to maintain the temperature of Earth.
Explain that the Sun warms the land, air, and water.
Use science knowledge to make decisions and/or devise a plan to solve a problem.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to describe and classify rocks according to their attributes and explain that fossils provide
Identify and describe a science problem related to rocks and fossils.
Classify rocks based on sizes and shapes from boulders to grains of sand and even smaller.
Describe, compare, and classify a given set of rocks using texture, color, size, and shape.
Observe and describe fossils.
Explain that extinct organisms are similar to organisms that are alive today.
Explain that fossils provide evidence about plants and animals that lived long ago and the nature of the environment at that time.
Use science knowledge to make decisions and/or devise a plan to solve a problem.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to describe and classify materials according to their properties; and observe and describe
Identify and describe a science problem related to the properties of matter.
Describe the physical properties of materials (i.e., color, shape, size, and texture). Measure, describe, and classify materials based on comm
Discriminate, describe, and compare the odors of various materials.
Identify, describe, classify, and compare materials that differ in composition (e.g. wood, metal, plastic).
Identify processes (e.g. cutting, heating, twisting, crumpling) that can be used to change properties of materials.
Identify, describe, classify, and compare materials through which light passes or which can block light.
Describe and compare properties of liquids and solids.
Identify materials as liquids and solids.
Observe that water can be a liquid or a solid and can be made to go back and forth from one state to the other, but the amount of water stays
Use science knowledge to make decisions and/or devise a plan to solve a problem.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to explain and compare the forces needed to move objects.
Identify and describe a science problem related to the forces needed to move an object.
Give examples that demonstrate how to change the motion of an object by giving it a push or pull. Explain that the amount of force of a pus
Observe and describe the forces needed to interact on playground equipment.
Give examples of different ways that things move (e.g. straight, round and round, fast, slow).
Observe and demonstrate how the weight of materials will affect the force that is needed to move an object.
Observe and demonstrate that objects move differently on surfaces of various textures and that the force needed to move an object over thes
Give examples to demonstrate that things fall to the ground unless something holds them up.
Compare the forces needed to move different objects on upward and downward slopes.
Investigate and explain that energy is needed to make things go, run, or happen (e.g. batteries in a toy, pedaling a bicycle, electricity).
Design an object that moves in one or more ways (e.g. fast, slow, straight, round and round) and describe the force used to move the object.
Use science knowledge to make decisions and/or devise a plan to solve a problem.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to describe and record the physical characteristics, basic needs, and habitats of organisms
Identify and describe a science problem related to organisms and habitats.
Observe and describe the characteristics of a living thing and a habitat.
Explain that all living things can be compared based on similarities and differences (i.e., external features).
Classify various organisms as plants or animals.
Explain that animals need air, water, and food and that plants need air, water, nutrients, and light to survive.
Explain that habitats all over the world provide basic needs for the organisms living in them.
Describe and give examples that show that organisms have special parts (e.g. legs, wings, fins) that allow them to perform certain functions
Observe, describe, and record the changes of organisms over time (e.g. tadpoles, bean seeds).
Describe how offspring are like one another but not exactly like their parents.
Describe the habitats of specific organisms (e.g. tadpoles, bean seeds) and explain how these habitats meet the basic needs of the organisms
Use science knowledge to make decisions and/or devise a plan to solve a problem.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to observe, identify and describe the Moon and its physical properties, location, and mov
Identify and describe a science problem related to the Moon.
Describe the physical properties of the Moon.
Observe the appearance of the Moon in the daytime and nighttime sky.
Observe and record data about the location and movement of the Moon over time.
Observe and describe the repeating pattern of lunar phases. Use science knowledge to make decisions and/or devise a plan to solve a proble
The student will use scientific skills and processes to describe and compare land features and soil characteristics; identify causes, effects, an
Identify and describe a science problem related to soil characteristics and erosion.
Describe and compare characteristics of different soils.
Compare, and diagram the way in which soil layers.
Observe and explain how soil can be formed by weathering.
Measure and compare water retention of several types of soil.
Identify and classify a variety of Earth surface features (i.e., hills, mountains, valleys, and continents) and water systems (i.e., rivers and oce
Predict, observe, and identify causes and effects of soil erosion.
Explain how water erodes unprotected soil.
Predict, observe, and identify the effect of humans and other organisms on soil (e.g. erosion, pollution, building projects).
Use science knowledge to make decisions and/or devise a plan to solve a problem.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to describe and compare interactions of matter and describe, compare, and evaluate mate
Identify and describe a science problem related to interactions of matter.
Describe and compare interactions of solids and liquids.
Create mixtures and separate them based on differences in properties.
Predict, record, and compare interactions of substances with water of different temperatures.
Measure, record, and compare water temperature, using a temperature probe and thermometer.
Give examples that show that energy can warm a substance (e.g. sun, stove top).
Describe and compare interactions of ice with various materials that accelerate or slow melting.
Draw conclusions based on observable evidence about materials that will interact with ice to accelerate melting.
Draw conclusions based on observable evidence to identify materials that are good insulators.
Use knowledge of science to make decisions and/or devise a plan to solve a problem.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to describe and compare characteristics of sinking and floating objects.
Identify and describe a science problem related to sinking and floating.
Predict, identify, and compare objects that will sink and float in water.
Explain that when an object is placed in water it displaces water (pushes water out of the way to make space for itself).
Observe displacement by measuring the water level before and after an object is placed in a container of water.
Explain that sometimes water pushes against an object strongly enough that the object will float.
Investigate how characteristics (e.g. size, weight) of an object may affect whether it sinks or floats.
Predict, observe, and compare the shape of an object with its ability to float.
Construct a model that will float and hold a specified amount of weight.
Explain how changing a model_s design affects its ability to float and/or hold a certain amount of weight.
Use knowledge of science to make decisions and/or devise a plan to solve a problem.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to describe and compare characteristics, basic needs, and life cycle of an organism.
Identify and describe a science problem related to characteristics of organisms.
Observe, describe, and identify structural parts of an insect and the functions of those parts.
Explain that all living things can be compared based on similarities and differences (i.e. external features).
Classify collected organisms as insects or non-insects.
Observe, describe, and record butterfly larvae structures and behaviors.
Identify the structural changes in the various stages of a butterfly larva_s growth and how they allow the organism to perform different funct
Predict and identify food preferences of butterfly larvae.
Describe, record, and compare characteristics of different stages of a butterfly_s life cycle.
Observe, describe, and identify structural parts of a butterfly and the functions of those parts.
Predict and identify the food preferences of an adult butterfly.
Compare the food preferences of a butterfly larva to an adult butterfly.
Explain that animals need air, water, and food to survive.
Explain how the habitat provides basic needs (i.e., food, water, air) for the larvae and butterflies.
Describe that offspring are very much, but not exactly, like their parents and one another.
Use knowledge of science to make decisions and/or devise a plan to solve a problem.
Use the pronoun <b>y</b> to talk about location.
Use the pronoun <b>en</b> to talk about quantities.
Use the verb <b>croire</b> in the present tense to express his or her opionions about sports.
Take a trip to a Francophone country and share his or her experiences with others.
Interact with members of the local community to learn about the French language and culture.
Attend a French play, movie, or concert.
Visit exhibits at local museums that present aspects of the Francophone world.
Sample cuisine from the French-speaking world at local restaurants.
Participate in club and classroom activities that serve to enrich the school or community through performances and presentations.
Listen to music, sing songs, or play games and sports from the Francophone culture.
Read materials or use media from the French language and culture, such as, short videos about health and sports, and Internet sites relevant
Discuss likes and dislikes about everyday activities at school with peers who are native speakers of French or are learning French.
Compare and contrast sports practiced in France and the U. S.
Recognize differences and similarities in practices to promote health in France and the U.S.
Examine structural elements of the French language, including the pronouns <b>y</b> and <b>en</b>, use of the definite article with parts
Recognize differences and similarities between the sound and writing systems of English and French.
Recognize the existence of idiomatic expressions in both English and French.
Recognize formal and informal language and use expressions of politeness in French.
Recognize cognates in order to enhance comprehension of spoken and written language.
Cite examples of French words that are used in English.
Read, listen to, and discuss subject content, such as poems and conversations.
Connect to English by writing in a journal.
Use sources (catalogs, keypals, Internet sites, magazines) intended for same-age speakers of French to perform tasks, which prove comprehe
Experience products of Francophone cultures, such as literature and artwork.
Connect to journalism by conducting an interview.
Connect to English by recognizing prefixes.
Recognize common themes, ideas, or perspectives of groups of French speakers related to products of the culture, such as sports, health, and
Identify and observe products of Francophone cultures relating to sports, health, and daily life.
Demonstrate an understanding of what French people do to stay in shape.
Discuss what sports French people enjoy.
Deliver a formal oral presentation.
Compose oral and written discourse in a variety of formats.
Use before, during, and after strategies to gain comprehension of both written and spoken language.
Interact with a variety of print and multimedia texts.
Apply the appropriate steps of the writing process, integrating the 6+1 Traits of Writing.
Determine meaning of words based on context cues, cognates, word derivatives, and use of other resources, such as dictionaries and thesaur
Comprehend simple daily conversations on familiar topics and selected, age-appropriate authentic recordings and videos.
Interpret spoken language on familiar topics that has strong visual and auditory support, including gestures and intonation.
Explain what he or she does to stay fit.
Let a doctor know what is wrong when he or she feels sick or is in pain.
Identify various parts of the body and describe a person's physical features.
Name and describe his or her favorite sport.
Talk about his or her daily activities and personal care.
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<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-14814">Lesson 3 - Going To Pieces</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-14812">Lesson 4 - Does Matter Take Up Space?</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-14811">Lesson 5 - The Small Parts of Matter</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-14816">Lesson 1 - How Does It Measure Up?</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-14815">Lesson 2 - Scientific Tools</A>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69397/G5Q1L14TRGp71-74.doc">Lesson 14 - Water, Water Everywh
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69400/G5Q1L15TRGp78-80.doc">Lesson 15: <br>The Importance o
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69390/G5Q1L13TRGp66-68.doc">Lesson 13: <br> Human Impact on
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69384/G5Q1L12TRGp62-64.doc">Lesson 12:<br> Understanding Gr
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69373/G5Q1L9TRGp49-52.doc">Lesson 9: <br>The Sun Powers the
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69378/G5Q1L10TRGp53-56.doc">Lesson 10: <br>The Water Cycle<
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69381/G5Q1L11TRGp57-59.doc">Lesson 11: <br>Surface Water and
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69362/G5Q1L7TRGp35-38.doc">Lesson 7: <br>States of Water on E
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69366/G5Q1L8TRGp43-45.doc">Lesson 8:<br> No Loss of Mass</a>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69354/G5Q1L6TRGp29-32.doc">Lesson 6: <br> Exploring Revolutio
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69349/G5Q1L5TRGp24-28.doc">Lesson 5:<br> Earth's Revolution</
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69347/G5Q1L4TRGp19-22.doc">Lesson 4:<br> Earth's Moon</a>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69340/G5Q1L2TRGp8-11.doc">Lesson 2:<br> Earth's Rotation</a>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69343/G5Q1L3TRGp15-18.doc">Lesson 3:<br> Earth's Rotation Exp
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69337/G5Q1L1TRGp1-4.doc">Lesson 1:<br>Comets, Asteroids, and
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20907">Lesson 12: Applications of Science</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20908">Lesson 11: Magnetic, Electrical, and Gravitational Force
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20909">Lesson 10: Electromagnets</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20912">Lesson 7: On or Off?</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20911">Lesson 8: Force Fields of Magnets</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20910">Lesson 9: Compasses</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20913">Lesson 6: Battery Power</A>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20899">Lesson 5 - Types of Motion, Part II</a>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20915">Lesson 4: Conductors or Nonconductors/Insulators</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20916">Lesson 3: Simple Circuits</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20917">Lesson 2: Sources and Uses of Electricity</A>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20918">Lesson 1: Producing Static Electricity</a>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20874">Lesson 13: A "Dream" Habitat</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20873">Lesson 12: Making Research-based Decisions</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20872">Lesson 11: Evaluating the Habitat Site (Day 3)</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20869">Lesson 8: Investigating Soil on Our School Grounds</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20870">Lesson 9: Evaluating the Habitat Site (Day 1)</A>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20871">Lesson 10: Evaluating the Habitat Site (Day 2)</a>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20868">Lesson 7: How Does New Land Form?</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20867">Lesson 6: Which Covering Stops the Water?</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20866">Lesson 5: How Do Wind and Ice Change a Landscape?<
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20865">Lesson 4: How Does Water Change a Landscape?</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20862">Lesson 1: Oh, Deer!</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20863">Lesson 2: Moving On</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-20864">Lesson 3: Weathering - Wind, Water, and Ice</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16381">Lesson 15: The Energy Flow Game</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16380">Lesson 14: Predator - Prey</A>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16378">Lesson 13: Energy Transfer in an Ecosystem</a>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16376">Lesson 11: Food Webs</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16378">Lesson 12: Energy Transfer in an Ecosystem</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16371">Lesson 6: Variations in Populations</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16372">Lesson 7: To Eat or Not to Eat?</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16373">Lesson 8: Owen and Mzee</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16374">Lesson 9: Global Warming and Living Things</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16375">Lesson 10: Food Chains</A>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16368">Lesson 3: Exploring Earth's Biomes</a>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16369">Lesson 4: Biome Presentation</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16370">Lesson 5: Animal Adaptations - Bird Beaks</A>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69411/newG4Q1L2TRGp5-8.doc"> Lesson 2: What is a Biome</a>
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<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/Get/Document-69816/G4Q2L1TRGp1-4.doc"> Lesson 1: Welcome to Fourth Grade S
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16261">Lesson 16: Putting It All Together</a>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16264">Lesson 14: What Can Fossils Teach Us?</a>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16263">Lesson 15: Digging Up the Past</a>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16265">Lesson 13: What is a Fossil?</a>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16267">Lesson 12: What's in our Soil?</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16268">Lesson 11: What's in a Rock?</A>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16269">Lesson 10: Identifying Mineral Properties</A>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16270">Lesson 9: Rock Properties</a>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16271">Lesson 8: Earth's Atmosphere</a>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16274">Lesson 5: Planetary Speaking</a>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16273">Lesson 6: Earth's Properties</a>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16272">Lesson 7: Earth's Resources</a>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16276">Lesson 3: Could We Live There?</a>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16275">Lesson 4: There's No Place Like Home!</a>
<A HREF="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16277">Lesson 2: Classifying Matter</A>
<a href="http://doc.hcpss.org:8080/docushare/dsweb/View/Collection-16278">Lesson 1: Welcome to Fourth Grade Science</a>
appreciate dance as an art form
define and demonstrate proper dance etiquette
define and demonstrate leadership skills
define and demonstrate basic technical skills in all dance forms
identify and demonstrate kinesthetic sense in many dance forms
demonstrate awareness of appropriate audience behavior
define projection skills
discover their own potential as a participant in dance
demonstrate proper dance etiquette
refine leadership skills
show initiative to perform leadership roles
define and demonstrate technical competencies across all dance forms
demonstrate and apply kinesthetic sense to all dance forms
demonstrate appropriate audience behavior
develop projection skills
discover and experience mvement from various historical periods, choreographers, and cultures
explain a variety of social issues as they relate to the dance
describe and perform styles from various histroical periods, choeographers, and cultures
interpret a variety of social issues through performance
display readiness for choreography by experimenting through improvisation
identify fundamentals of composition
identify and explain aspects of performance competencies and stage production
organize fundamentals of composition to create movement sequences and dances
apply concepts of performance competencies to stage production
formulate aesthetic criteria to evaluate observed dance performance
respond to evaluation of teacher
apply established guidelines to evaluate peers
evaulate their own performance and the performance of others using aesthetic criteria
respond to evaluation from teacher and peers
identify how healthy practices enhance their ability to dance
identify personal goals as they relate to dance
demonstrate healthy practices as they relate to dance
identify and evaluate personal progress
extend knowledge of healthy practices to meet their individual goals
demonstrate concepts between dance and other disciplines
select concepts from other disciplines to create compositions and dances
appreciate dance as an art form
define and demonstrate proper dance etiquette
define and demonstrate leadership skills
define and demonstrate basic technical skills in all dance forms
identify and demonstrate kinesthetic sense in many dance forms
demonstrate awareness of appropriate audience behavior
define projection skills
discover their own potential as a participant in dance
demonstrate proper dance etiquette
refine leadership skills
show initiative to perform leadership roles
define and demonstrate technical competencies across all dance forms
demonstrate and apply kinesthetic sense to all dance forms
demonstrate appropriate audience behavior
develop projection skills
support a commitment to dance an art form
demonstrate active leadership roles
define and demonstrate advanced technical competencies
refine kinesthetic sense through self-evaluation and correction
refine appropriate behavior in a variety of dance settings
apply projection skills as a technique to communicate ideas, thoughts, and feelings to an audience
discover and experience mvement from various historical periods, choreographers, and cultures
explain a variety of social issues as they relate to the dance
describe and perform styles from various histroical periods, choeographers, and cultures
interpret a variety of social issues through performance
distinguish and implement styles from various historical periods, chorepgrphers, and cultures
communicate social issues through dance performance
display readiness for choreography by experimenting through improvisation
identify fundamentals of composition
identify and explain aspects of performance competencies and stage production
organize fundamentals of composition to create movement sequences and dances
apply concepts of performance competencies to stage production
choreograph dance that illustrate competent understanding of composition
refine principles of performance competencies in stage production
explore dance career options
formulate aesthetic criteria to evaluate observed dance performance
respond to evaluation of teacher
apply established guidelines to evaluate peers
evaulate their own performance and the performance of others using aesthetic criteria
respond to evaluation from teacher and peers
forumalte, apply, and communicate aesthetic critieria for evaluating personal performance and that of others
respond and interpret teacher, peer, and professional adjudicator evaluation of personal and group performance
identify how healthy practices enhance their ability to dance
identify personal goals as they relate to dance
demonstrate healthy practices as they relate to dance
identify and evaluate personal progress
extend knowledge of healthy practices to meet their individual goals
evaluate personal progress as it relates to individual and group performance
develop a healthy lifestyle based on their experience in dance
demonstrate concepts between dance and other disciplines
select concepts from other disciplines to create compositions and dances
integrate concepts from other disciplines to create composition dances, and productions
appreciate dance as an art form
define and demonstrate proper dance etiquette
define and demonstrate leadership skills
define and demonstrate basic technical skills in all dance forms
identify and demonstrate kinesthetic sense in many dance forms
demonstrate awareness of appropriate audience behavior
define projection skills
discover their own potential as a participant in dance
demonstrate proper dance etiquette
refine leadership skills
show initiative to perform leadership roles
define and demonstrate technical competencies across all dance forms
demonstrate and apply kinesthetic sense to all dance forms
demonstrate appropriate audience behavior
develop projection skills
support a commitment to dance an art form
demonstrate active leadership roles
define and demonstrate advanced technical competencies
refine kinesthetic sense through self-evaluation and correction
refine appropriate behavior in a variety of dance settings
apply projection skills as a technique to communicate ideas, thoughts, and feelings to an audience
discover and experience mvement from various historical periods, choreographers, and cultures
explain a variety of social issues as they relate to the dance
describe and perform styles from various histroical periods, choeographers, and cultures
interpret a variety of social issues through performance
distinguish and implement styles from various historical periods, chorepgrphers, and cultures
communicate social issues through dance performance
display readiness for choreography by experimenting through improvisation
identify fundamentals of composition
identify and explain aspects of performance competencies and stage production
organize fundamentals of composition to create movement sequences and dances
apply concepts of performance competencies to stage production
choreograph dance that illustrate competent understanding of composition
refine principles of performance competencies in stage production
explore dance career options
formulate aesthetic criteria to evaluate observed dance performance
respond to evaluation of teacher
apply established guidelines to evaluate peers
evaulate their own performance and the performance of others using aesthetic criteria
respond to evaluation from teacher and peers
forumalte, apply, and communicate aesthetic critieria for evaluating personal performance and that of others
respond and interpret teacher, peer, and professional adjudicator evaluation of personal and group performance
identify how healthy practices enhance their ability to dance
identify personal goals as they relate to dance
demonstrate healthy practices as they relate to dance
identify and evaluate personal progress
extend knowledge of healthy practices to meet their individual goals
evaluate personal progress as it relates to individual and group performance
develop a healthy lifestyle based on their experience in dance
demonstrate concepts between dance and other disciplines
select concepts from other disciplines to create compositions and dances
integrate concepts from other disciplines to create composition dances, and productions
appreciate dance as an art form
define and demonstrate proper dance etiquette
define and demonstrate leadership skills
define and demonstrate basic technical skills in all dance forms
identify and demonstrate kinesthetic sense in many dance forms
demonstrate awareness of appropriate audience behavior
define projection skills
discover their own potential as a participant in dance
demonstrate proper dance etiquette
refine leadership skills
show initiative to perform leadership roles
define and demonstrate technical competencies across all dance forms
demonstrate and apply kinesthetic sense to all dance forms
demonstrate appropriate audience behavior
develop projection skills
support a commitment to dance an art form
demonstrate active leadership roles
define and demonstrate advanced technical competencies
refine kinesthetic sense through self-evaluation and correction
refine appropriate behavior in a variety of dance settings
apply projection skills as a technique to communicate ideas, thoughts, and feelings to an audience
discover and experience mvement from various historical periods, choreographers, and cultures
explain a variety of social issues as they relate to the dance
describe and perform styles from various histroical periods, choeographers, and cultures
interpret a variety of social issues through performance
distinguish and implement styles from various historical periods, chorepgrphers, and cultures
communicate social issues through dance performance
display readiness for choreography by experimenting through improvisation
identify fundamentals of composition
identify and explain aspects of performance competencies and stage production
organize fundamentals of composition to create movement sequences and dances
apply concepts of performance competencies to stage production
choreograph dance that illustrate competent understanding of composition
refine principles of performance competencies in stage production
explore dance career options
formulate aesthetic criteria to evaluate observed dance performance
respond to evaluation of teacher
apply established guidelines to evaluate peers
evaulate their own performance and the performance of others using aesthetic criteria
respond to evaluation from teacher and peers
forumalte, apply, and communicate aesthetic critieria for evaluating personal performance and that of others
respond and interpret teacher, peer, and professional adjudicator evaluation of personal and group performance
identify how healthy practices enhance their ability to dance
identify personal goals as they relate to dance
demonstrate healthy practices as they relate to dance
identify and evaluate personal progress
extend knowledge of healthy practices to meet their individual goals
evaluate personal progress as it relates to individual and group performance
develop a healthy lifestyle based on their experience in dance
demonstrate concepts between dance and other disciplines
select concepts from other disciplines to create compositions and dances
integrate concepts from other disciplines to create composition dances, and productions
a. Identify the function of neurons such as carrying information from the rest of the body to the spinal cord and bringing messages from the
b. Identify the function of the spinal cord such as taking information from the neurons to the brain and taking messages from the brain back
c. Explain the function of the neurons and spinal cord when the body is participating in physical activity.
d. Analyze the effects on your cardiovascular and muscular systems after implementation of your fitness plan.
a. Identify personal fitness goals based on fitness assessments.
b. Design, implement, and assess a fitness plan using the FITT principle.
c. Apply the principles of overload, progression, specificity, regularity and individuality to improve physical performance.
a. Evaluate activities chosen to improve or maintain specific health related fitness components.
b. Design, implement, and assess a fitness plan using the health-related fitness components.
a. Analyze personal wellness and identify those components that can benefit from physical activity.
a. Explain the impact nutrients have on physical activity performance including protein, carbohydrates, and fats.
b. Analyze a nutrition log for the appropriateness of caloric intake and nutritional needs.
c. Compare various types of performance enhancing drinks and energy drinks and their effect on the body.
a. Describe strategies to address the personal factors that limit physical activity.
b. Describe strategies to address the environmental factors that limit physical activity.
c. Describe strategies to address the social factors that limit physical activity.
a. Compare ads/commercials focused on physical activity and targeting specific audiences such as runners, weight lifters, and people from d
a. Explain and show how longer and/or heavier implements (bats and clubs) tend to produce more force than shorter or lighter ones. (2nd law
b. Demonstrate how efficient movements minimize injuries in a variety of activities and daily living.
a. Explain how levers affect movement when force is applied or speed is increased.
b. Demonstrate how levers affect movement when force is applied or speed is increased.
a. Exhibit concerns for safety in self designed activities.
a. Identify the relationship between effort, persistence, and improvement as they relate to skill improvement.
a. Create strategies to improve group/self-regulation in challenging physical activity settings.
a. Identify conflict resolution skills and negotiation tactics which promote a peaceful and healthy environment for all.
b. Identify the role of different activities in helping to know others of like and different backgrounds.
c. Identify challenges that a person with a disability faces when participating in physical activity.
a. Develop a long-term physical activity goal for the school year.
b. Establish a monitoring system to assess progress as information and abilities change.
a. Identify and perform examples of skills learned in an open environment (open skills)
a. Design a checklist of strategies to correct errors in skills for a peer which will improve performance.
b. Modify and perform a combination of motor skills based on feedback and peer strategies.
c. Identify and define concepts of a practice plan such as individuality, regularity, and specificity.
a. List how changing body shapes and natural ability affects stages of learning.
a. Apply the principles of overload, progression, specificity, regularity and individuality to enhance aerobic capacity/cardiorespiratory fitnes
b. Assess and analyze aerobic capacity/cardiorespiratory fitness identified by annual standardized fitness tests and list physical activities to a
c. Apply personal assessment to develop personal goals and a plan to enhance aerobic capacity/cardiorespiratory fitness.
d. Use technology to compare and contrast individual heart rates for various activities using heart rate monitors or instapulses.
e. Calculate target heart rate to reflect personal activity goals.
a. Apply the principles of overload, progression, specificity, regularity and individuality to enhance muscular strength and muscular enduran
b. Assess and analyze muscular strength and muscular endurance identified by annual standardized fitness tests and list physical activities to
c. Apply personal assessment to develop personal goals and a plan to enhance muscular strength and muscular endurance.
a. Apply the principles of overload, progression, specificity, regularity and individuality to enhance flexibility.
b. Assess and analyze flexibility identified by annual standardized fitness tests and list physical activities to achieve individualized personal
c. Apply personal assessment to develop personal goals and a plan to enhance flexibility.
d. List contraindicated exercises for flexibility in relationship to safe stretching.
a. Identify different methods of measuring body composition such as calipers, bio-impedance equipment and scales, and underwater weighin
a. Compare and contrast activities that improve or maintain specific skill related fitness components.
b. List strategies to enhance fundamental movement skills, skill combinations and skill themes.
a. Create individual/partner performance sequences that exhibit quality movement based on self-expression.
a. Explain and perform different concepts/ strategies for each tactical game category such as on-the-ball skills and off-the-ball movements.
b. Identify the importance of utilizing movement strategies in game category in relationship to scoring and preventing scoring.
c. Perform movement strategies that add to student success during participation in net/wall, invasion, striking/fielding, and target activities.
a. Explain the training effects on the cardiovascular and muscular systems produced by adherence to the principles of overload, progression
b. Explain why fitness plans must periodically be revised or updated.
a. Revise personal fitness goals based on fitness assessments.
b. Design, implement, assess, and refine a personal fitness plan based on the FITT principle.
c. Analyze the relationship between improved physical performance and the principles of overload, progression, specificity, regularity and i
a. Justify the selection of activities chosen to improve or maintain health related fitness.
b. Design, implement, assess, and refine a personal fitness plan using the health-related fitness components.
a. Explain how physical activity benefits your overall health and wellness.
a. Develop and assess a personal nutrition log to assess for the appropriateness of caloric intake and nutritional needs.
b. Assess a personal nutrition log to determine appropriateness of using performance enhancing drinks and foods
a. Analyze the implementation of strategies developed to address the limiting personal, environmental, and/or social factors to maintaining a
a. Describe various marketing practices and strategies influencing consumer decisions on the selection of exercise equipment and programs
a. Explain and show how accuracy of projectiles (balls, arrows) is dependent on factors such as speed (of projectile), distance from target, w
b. Analyze how efficient movements minimize injuries in a variety of activities and daily living.
a. Analyze and apply the increased effect on a body when force is applied while using a lever during a physical skill or skill theme.
a. Exhibit concern for the safety of others in various physical activities.
a. Identify the relationship between effort, persistence, and improvement as they relate to the development of self-confidence.
a. Model strategies and practices related to self-regulation in a variety of challenging physical activity settings.
a. Employ strategies to resolve conflict and make healthy decisions that promote a sense of community and respect for others.
b. Seek out, participate with and show respect for a peer with lesser skill ability.
c. List ways to modify activities that will allow all students to actively participate.
a. Create a long-term challenging, attainable personal physical activity goals for the school year.
b. Develop a plan to monitor and evaluate progress towards goal achievement.
c. Modify the method of achieving the goals to meet personal activity needs.
Team games and activities, Ind/Dual, Movement with a Beat, Learning to stay fit<br>- Journal activity
a. Identify the challenges of performing skills in an open environment.
a. Develop a practice plan for skill improvement based on a checklist for self or peers.
b. Modify and perform a complex motor task based on a plan of improvement
a. Evaluate a peer’s complex motor task and identify reasons for their personal stage of learning for that skill.
a. Analyze and apply the principles of overload, progression, specificity, regularity and individuality to enhance aerobic capacity/cardioresp
b. Assess and analyze aerobic capacity/cardiorespiratory fitness identified by annual standardized fitness tests and list physical activities to a
c. Apply personal assessment to develop personal goals and a plan to enhance aerobic capacity/cardiorespiratory fitness.
d. Design and execute a personal plan for aerobic capacity/cardiorespiratory endurance based on principles of overload, progression, specifi
e. Calculate and perform activity within individual target heart rate to reflect personal activity goals.
f. Explain the importance of recovery time and measure it using heart rate monitors or instapulses, during aerobic activity.
a. Analyze and apply the principles of overload, progression, specificity, regularity and individuality to enhance muscular strength and musc
b. Assess and analyze muscular strength and muscular endurance identified by annual standardized fitness tests and list physical activities to
c. Apply personal assessment to develop personal goals and a plan to enhance muscular strength and muscular endurance.
d. Design and execute a personal plan for muscular strength and muscular endurance based on principles of overload, progression, specificit
a. Analyze and apply the principles of overload, progression, specificity, regularity and individuality to enhance flexibility.
b. Assess and analyze flexibility identified by annual standardized fitness tests and list physical activities to achieve individualized personal
c. Apply personal assessment to develop personal goals and a plan to enhance flexibility.
d. Design and execute a personal plan for flexibility based on principles of overload, progression, specificity, regularity and individuality
e. List examples of sport/activity specific stretches for flexibility.
a. Compare and contrast different methods of measuring body composition.
a. Establish personal goals to improve or maintain the skill related components of fitness through selected activities.
b. Apply strategies to enhance fundamental movement skills, skill combinations and skill themes.
a. Produce a group creative performance sequence that exhibit quality movement based on self-expression.
Ind/dual, team games and activities<br>- small-sided games: creating flag football routes and plays, cutting/open space movement, offensiv
a. Explain how essential nutrients contribute to a healthy body.
b. Explain the relationship among caloric intake, exercise, and weight.
c. Examine information provided on food labels to assist in the selection of healthy foods.
d. Explain how physical activity, adequate rest, and a healthy diet will help the body function efficiently.
e. Apply information from MyPyramid to choose healthy snacks.
a. Develop a plan to respond safely to potentially dangerous situations.
b. Identify appropriate medical resources for the treatment of minor injuries and medical emergencies.
c. Explore conflict resolution strategies for issues such as name-calling, bullying, and harassment.
d.Identify and define the four types of child abuse.
e. Identify prevention and intervention strategies against molestation.
f. Use appropriate verbal and nonverbal responses to prevent child abuse.
a. Describe the basic structure and function of human body systems.
b. Differentiate between communicable and noncommunicable diseases to include HIV/AIDS.
c. Categorize communicable diseases by causative agents and modes of transmission.
d. Identify risk factors associated with disease control to include proper handling of blood.
e. Explain how body defenses and the immune system help prevent disease.
f. Explain how healthy lifestyle choices(including proper hygiene) and immunization help to prevent and control disease.
g. Examine the physical, social, and emotional effects of disease.
h. Explain how disease affects the lifestyles of both the individual and the family.
I. Show compassion for individuals and families impacted by disease.
a. Identify characteristics that contribute to one’s uniqueness.
b. Identify and examine different complex emotions.
c. Explore ways to communicate care, consideration, and respect for self and others.
d. Describe and demonstrate the difference between telling and tattling.
e. Identify and apply age-appropriate strategies for stress management.
f. Apply a decision-making process to health issues and problems.
g. Develop strategies for dealing with conflicts in nonviolent ways.
h. Set a personal health goal and track progress toward its achievement.
I. Identify components of personal well-being.
a.Identify safe practices for prescription and over-the-counter medicines.
b. Describe the effects of tobacco use and nonuse, including secondhand smoke, on the body.
c. Identify three types of ethyl alcohol: beer, wine, and liquor.
d.Describe the effects of alcohol use and nonuse on the body.
e. Practice resistance techniques for avoiding unsafe substances.
a. Identify appropriate behaviors for potentially dangerous situations.
b. Explain appropriate responses to emergency situations.
c. Identify basic first aid procedures
d.Identify and describe feelings associated with okay, not okay, and confusing touches.
e. Define the terms “abuse” and “neglect.”
f. Recognize and respond to situations of abuse and neglect.
g.Practice safety strategies for self-protection: asking for help and refusal skills.
a. Define “virus” and “bacteria” and identify examples of each.
b. Identify modes of transmission: air, touch, food, and body fluids.
c. Identify ways to prevent communicable and noncommunicable diseases.
d. Identify parasites and explain how they infect the body.
a. Define the term _%u20AC%u0153emotions_%u20AC_ and identify words that express a variety of emotions.
b. Name and practice two cooperation skills, such as sharing and taking turns.
c. Utilize strategies for nonviolent conflict resolution.
d. Describe effective anger management strategies.
e. Identify choices available when making a decision.
f. Identify qualities valued in friendship.
a. Identify first aid steps used in the treatment of minor injuries.
b. Practice responding appropriately to emergency situations.
c. Identify ways to stay safe outdoors.
d. Identify items that may cause an allergic reaction.
Where are personal computers found and what use do they serve?
e. Define the terms "stranger" and "acquaintance" and give examples of each.
f. Identify ways to stay safe around strangers and acquaintances.
g. Differentiate between good and bad secrets.
h. Identify adults who can help in an abusive situation.
a. Recognize that drugs are substances that affect the way the mind and body work.
b. Identify safe ways of taking prescription and over-the-counter medicines.
c. Identify foods and drinks that contain caffeine and recognize their effects on the body.
d. List products that contain tobacco.
e. Identify the effects of tobacco use, exposure, and nonuse on the body.
f. Identify and practice resistance skills for unsafe medicine or drug use.
a. Define “disease” and classify examples as communicable or noncommunicable.
b. Show care, consideration, and respect to those who are affected with diseases.
c. Identify the consequences of healthy personal hygiene habits.
d. Recognize the importance of healthy dental hygiene habits.
e. Identify and practice healthy dental hygiene habits.
f. Explain how to improve or maintain personal health.
g. Identify health issues created by pollution.
a. Utilize MyPyramid as a tool to plan a daily balanced diet.
b. Demonstrate a single serving from each food group.
c. Identify factors that may affect food choices.
d. Explain the relationship between fitness and a healthy lifestyle.
e. Identify various physical activities in which students can participate that promote a healthy body.
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a. Identify the creator of television, Philo T. Farnsworth.
b. Construct a timeline depicting key historical events in the growth of television.
c. Describe the social and political impact of television.
a. Identify and describe purpose of video equipment such as cameras, tripods, microphones, cables, tapes.
b. Identify and describe purpose of components of video cameras, such as lens, zoom toggle, battery, focus controls.
c. Exercise proper care of video equipment.
d. Demonstrate a variety of camera movements such as pan, tilt, zoom, focus, truck, dolly, crane, arc, and pedestal.
a. Demonstrate a variety of shots such as long shot, medium shot, close-up shot, establishing shot.
b. Demonstrate a variety of camera angles such as normal, high, low, canted.
c. Demonstrate a variety of compositional techniques such as rule of thirds, leading lines, background awareness, balancing the mass, head r
a. Discuss the importance of preproduction and planning.
b. Identify the various types of scripts such as a news script, commercial script, and dramatic script.
c. Define terminology used in storyboarding and scriptwriting such as captions, shot descriptions, shot transitions, and audio.
d. Plan and produce a storyboard.
e. Write and edit scripts.
f. Identify the roles associated with producing a video such as director, camera operator, talent, lighting and audio crew.
a. Identify the different methods of editing video such as in-camera, linear and nonlinear.
b. Create a video production utilizing only in-camera editing techniques.
c. Create a video production utilizing basic nonlinear techniques.
a. Identify advertising techniques such as celebrity endorsement, expert testimony.
b. Recognize the use of product placement in the media.
c. Evaluate the techniques and ability of the claims made in television advertising.
a. Identify lights used in television production.
b. Identify lighting techniques such as 3-point lighting, cameo-lighting, back lighting.
c. Compose shots using a variety of lights and lighting techniques.
d. Identify types of microphones and their pick-up patterns.
e. Record voice and sound effects (Foley) using various microphones.
f. Apply lighting and sound techniques in a video project.
a. Identify advanced camera techniques such as framing, selective focus, experimental and psychological effects.
b. Compose shots using advanced camera techniques.
a. Identify intermediate editing techniques such as graphics, soundtracks, voice-overs, insert editing, sound balancing, pacing, shot selection
b. Apply intermediate editing techniques in producing a video.
a. Identify the copyright laws pertaining to video production.
b. Apply copyright guidelines to a video production.
a. Identify special effects such as slow motion, split screen, sepia tone, chroma-key.
b. Apply use of special effects in producing a video.
a. Identify advanced editing techniques such as image control, roto-scope, superimposition, use of filters.
b. Apply advanced editing techniques in producing a video.
c. Discuss advantages and disadvantages of various video editing software.
a. Identify elements of television production as a vocation such as editor, field engineer, camera operator.
b. Identify elements of television production as an avocation such as filming home videos, sport scouting, cultural events, educational event
a. Identify issues in television such as bias in news reporting, censorship, regulation of the industry (FCC), minorities in televisions, program
b. Present information on a media literacy issue.
a. Identify the technical considerations of location shooting.
b. Create a video production utilizing field production techniques.
a. Identify types of nonfiction production such as broadcast news, documentaries, sporting events.
b. Create a nonfiction video production.
a. Review production techniques.
b. Create a video production utilizing a wide variety of production techniques.
a. Discuss emerging technologies and trends in the field of television such as hardware, broadcast methods, media storage.
b. Predict future technologies and trends in the field of television.
<b>Goal 1: <b> Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the causes and consequences of the Civil War.<br> a. Analyze the econ
<b>Students will understand the social, political and economic legacy of the Civil War and Reconstruction. (1101.00)</b>
a. evaluate the economic and social problems in the post-Civil War era that faced the South in general and African-Americans in particular.
b. evaluate the impact of the major political and social changes stemming from Reconstruction, and decide whether the social and constitutio
<b>Goal 2:</b> Students will understand the diverse factors that contributed to the economic and social transformation of the United States
a. describe the economic and environmental factors that influenced settlement on the Great Plains, and determine the causes of farmers' distr
b. evaluate the military, economic, political and cultural interaction among the United States government, settlers, and the Plains tribes, and
c. contrast the lives and significant contributions of women, blacks, Native Americans, immigrants, farmers, miners and ranchers in the settl
d. describe significant innovations in technology that changed the quality of life and transformed agriculture, mining and ranching. (1102.04
e. evaluate the use of natural resources and the trade-off between environmental quality and economic growth in the late 19th and early 20th
f. explain how government policies encouraged the rise of big business in the United States during the late 19th century. (1102.06) 1.2.2
g. explain the causes and characteristics of industrialization, including how industrialization made consumer goods more available, and incr
h. determine how some industrial leaders conspired to control large segments of the national economy using various business tactics. (1102.
i. analyze the successes and failures of 19th century governmental attempts to regulate private enterprise (1102.09) 1.2.2
j. using maps and globes, analyze the new sources of large-scale immigration in terms of their origins, motives for emigrating, and settlemen
k. explain the factors producing rapid urbanization in the late 19th century and describe the major features of cities and urban life. (1102.11
l. evaluate the contribution of immigrants, and the ways in which they responded to assimilation, and the reactions of native-born Americans
m. evaluate the relationship between substandard working conditions in the late 19th century and the growth of labor unions, and explain wh
<b>Goal 3:</b> Students will understand how the social and economic changes of the late 19th century affected turn of the century domesti
a. explain the political, social, and economic origins and impact of Populism,and evaluate the goals and strategies of the People's Party as ex
b. relate the significant political, social, and economic problems at the turn of the century to the proposed solutions of the Progressive Era at
c. evaluate the political, social and economic impact of Progressive Era amendments and legislation, and compare the effectiveness of presid
d. describe how individuals and civic groups contributed to urban and social reform movements during the Progressive Era. (1103.04) 1.2.6
e. explain the resurgence of the women’s movement in the late 19th and early 20th century, and analyze the changing roles of women in vari
f. trace the changing economic and political roles that contributed to the emergence of the United States as a world power. (1103.06) 2.2.1
g. relate the principles of American foreign policy in the era of imperialism to events in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, and
<b>Goal 1: </b> Students will understand the causes, events and consequences of United States participation in the Great War. (1104.00)
a. explain why the two alliances existed in Europe before 1914 and how they served as a catalyst for World War I. (1104.01) 2.2.2
b. discuss the various factors that led to the entry of the United States into World War I, and assess conflicting historical interpretations of th
c. analyze the debates for and against the United States entering World War I. (1104.03) 2.2.2
d. analyze the economic, social, and political impact of World War I on individuals, groups, and institutions in the United States. (1104.04)
e. evaluate the implications of Wilson's Fourteen Points on the post-war world, and decide whether Woodrow Wilson was a na_ve idealist, o
f. analyze the reaction to the Treaty of Versailles and the League of Nations within the United States, and determine the causes of the Senate
<b> Goal 2:</b> Students will understand the cultural, social, economic and political changes of the post-WWI Era. (1105.00)
a. explain the international and domestic events, interests, and philosophies that prompted attacks on civil liberties and the rise of intoleranc
b. examine the cultural, social, political and economic contributions of African-Americans and women during the 1920s, and evaluate the im
c. explain the emergence of a modern market economy and its effects on mass consumer culture. (1105.03) 4.1.2
d. discuss the increasing power of big business and the reemergence of laissez-faire as a dominant economic and political force in the 1920s
e. summarize the immediate and long-range causes for the stock market crash in 1929. (1105.05) 4.1.1
f. analyze the social and economic impact of the stock market crash and the resulting economic collapse. (1105.06) 4.1.3
g. analyze the steps taken by the President, Congress and the Federal Reserve to combat the economic crisis. (1105.07) 4.1.4
h. assess the campaign and results of the 1932 presidential election, and explain the significant changes in the constituency and philosophy o
<b>Goal 1: </b> Students will understand the changing role of the federal government in response to the Great Depression. (1106.00)
a. explain the effects of the Great Depression on workers, farmers, women, and various social and ethnic groups. (1106.01) 1.2.2, 4.1.1
b. identify the major legislative actions of the first "100 Days" and contrast these actions with the traditional laissez-faire policies of the fede
c. evaluate the successes and failures of the relief, recovery, and reform measures of the New Deal and the expanded role of the federal gove
d. explain the arguments for and criticisms of the New Deal, and explain the rise of radical thought in the United States during the 1930s by
<b>Goal 2:</b> Students will understand the causes, events and consequences of United States participation in World War II (1107.00)
a. analyze the tension between the conflicting ideologies of isolationism and world leadership between the wars, and relate U.S. foreign poli
b. examine the major political, social and military events that caused increased animosity and the eventual outbreak of hostilities in Europe a
c. explain the reasons the United States moved from a policy of isolationism to involvement, emphasizing the events that precipitated the att
d. analyze the experiences of GI's, Allied war aims, strategies, and major turning points of the war, justify the Roosevelt administration's dec
e. explain the economic and military mobilization on the home front including the resulting innovations in aviation , weaponry, communicat
f. describe the impact of events on people at the home front, including the internment of Japanese-Americans, the role of women in military
g. analyze how the shifts in regional relationships and regional identity resulted from changes in political, economic, cultural, and environm
h. evaluate the Holocaust experience and other violations of human rights during World War II, and assess U.S. policy in these areas. (1107
<b>Goal 3:</b> Students will understand the foreign and domestic policies of the post-World War II Era. (1108.00)
a. assess the impact of World War II on the United States’ foreign policy as it relates to the development of the Cold War. (1108.01) 2.2.3
b. evaluate how the post-war goals of the United States and the Soviet Union caused conflicts between these two world powers, and assess t
c. describe the factors and events that led to the continuation of the Cold War up to the Korean armistice. (1108.03) 2.2.4
d. discuss how the New Deal and World War II influenced federal government policies from 1945 to 1953. (1108.04) 1.1.8, 1.1.6
e. explain the influence of the Cold War on the political and social climate of the US. (1108.05) 1.2.4
<b>Goal 1:</b> Students will understand changes in American foreign policy from 1953 to the present (1109.00)
a. identify the various phases in the dynamic relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union from the end of the Korean War to
b. analyze the origins, events and consequences of U.S. participation in the war in Vietnam, and predict the course of American foreign poli
c. explain the strategic, political and economic factors in Middle East policy, including the Gulf War, and compare U.S. foreign policy goals
d. analyze relations between the United States and other countries in the Western Hemisphere, including key economic, political, immigratio
<b>Goal 2:</b> Students will understand the major cultural, socal, economic and political changes from the 1950s to the present. (1110.00)
a. analyze the origins, major developments, controversies, and consequences of the African-American civil rights movement; explain the gro
b. discuss how the advancements in the African-American civil rights movement influenced the agendas and strategies in the quest of other
c. analyze the origins, major developments, controversies, and consequences of the post-war women’s movement. (1110.03) 1.2.3
d. discuss the cultural, economic, and political changes in the United States from 1952 to 1968. (1110.04) 1.2.6, 2.1.3
e. explain how the federal, state, and local governments have responded to political, economic, social, and cultural patterns from the Great S
f. analyze the performance of the American economy and its impact on individuals, groups, and institutions in the early 1970’s, with a partic
g. analyze patterns, trends and projections of population growth with particular emphasis on how the Immigration Act of 1965 and successo
h. evaluate the use of natural resources and the trade-off between environmental quality and economic growth since the 1960s. (1110.08) 3.2
a. Experiment with a variety of forms and techniques (VSC6 4.A.2.a).<br><br><b>Draft and present a speech (Suggestion: Topics may inc
b. Develop an awareness of voice and tone by using vivid language such as imagery, figurative language, and sound elements (VSC6 4.A.2.
a. Establish authentic purpose, audience, content, and form VSC6 4.A.1 b).
b. Use a writing-to-learn strategy such as dialectic journals, quick-writes, and mind-maps to make connections between learning and prior kn
c. Collect and generate ideas using a variety of self-selected organizers to generate, select, narrow, and develop writing (VSC6 4.A.1.a).
d. Select and/or eliminate information (VSC6 4.A.1.b).
e. Focus and order ideas in writing (VSC6 4.A.1.b).
a.Organize texts to include a definitive beginning, middle, and end (VSC6 4.A.1.b).
b. Choose specific details to support the points contained in the organizer (VSC6 4.A.1.b).
a. Evaluate drafts using rubrics and other tools to set appropriate revision goals (VSC6 4.A.3.a).
b. Revise texts for clarity and completeness (VSC6 4.A.3.a).
c. Revise for language choices with emphasis on appropriate goals and objectives from the Language Strand (VSC6 4.A.3.a).
a. Assess the effectiveness of choice of details, organizational pattern, word choice, syntax, use of figurative language, and rhetorical device
b. Explain and justify how textual changes affect meaning (VSC6 4.A.6.b).
c. Identify how language choices in writing affect thoughts and feelings (VSC6 4.A.4).
d. Use appropriate goals and objectives from the Language Strand and other resources to make decisions (VSC6 4.A.5).
a.Analyze the conflict (VSC6 3.A.3.g) and events of the plot (VSC6 3.A.3.b).
b. Identify (VSC6 3.A.3.a) and the following basic plot components: exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution, and denoue
c. Recognize the basic types of conflict (Analysis of conflict VSC6 3.A.3.g): <br>* The individual vs. the environment
c. Recognize the basic types of conflict: <br>* The individual vs. another individual
c. Recognize the basic types of conflict: <br> * The individual vs. society
c. Recognize the basic types of conflict: <br> * The individual vs. self.<br><br> <b>*The individual vs. fate G/T</b>
d. Identify and compare universal themes and motifs including, but not limited to the following: life cycle, coming of age, the outcast, and q
e. Evaluate an author's method of characterization by identifying how characters are revealed through what they do or say or by what is said
f. Identify and analyze specific language choices that create the tone of a particular passage (VSC6 3.A.7.b).
g. Analyze details that provide information about the physical setting and how the setting affects the character(s) (VSC6 3.A.3.c).<br><br>
a. Analyze elements of poetry to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC6 3.A.4).<br><br><b>Analyze how the textual structure re
b. Make connections and ask questions about the text. <br><br><b>*Analyze how a quote relates to plot or theme. G/T <br><br> *Draft a
c. Make connections to the text from prior knowledge, personal connections, and experiences (VSC6 1.A.2.d; VSC6 1.A.3.j).
d. Read, listen to, and discuss critically a variety of forms and genres (VSC6 3.A.1.b).
e. Ask questions during reading to facilitate understanding and form/confirm predictions.
f. Analyze and evaluate elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding and interpretation. (VSC6 3.A.3).
g. Reflect on the use of strategies while reading short stories.
h. Identify particular reading processes that improve comprehension.
Objectives: The student will be able to write strategically for a particular audience (VSC6 4).<br><br>Students should explore a variety of
a. Differentiate main ideas from supporting details and examples when reading biography and autobiography (VSC6 2.A.4.c).
b. Differentiate between statements of fact and opinion (VSC6 2.A.4.h).
c. Identify and explain the relationship among a literary text and its historical and social context (VSC6 3.A.8.c).
d. Identify and explain figurative language that contributes to meaning (VSC6 3.A.7.c).
a. Analyze elements of poetry to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC6 3.A.4).
b. Make connections and ask questions about the text.<br> <br> <b>Analyze how a quote relates to plot or theme in a biography or autobio
c. Make connections to the text from prior knowledge, personal connections, and experiences (VSC6 1.E.4; VSC6 2.A.4.j).
d. Read, listen to, and discuss critically a variety of forms and genres (VSC6 3.A.1.b).<br><br> <b>Analyze how the textual structure reflec
e. Ask questions during reading to facilitate understanding and form/confirm predictions (VSC6 1.E.4).
f. Analyze and evaluate elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC6 3.A.3).
g. Reflect on the use of strategies during reading of biographies and autobiographies (VSC6 1.E.4).
h. Identify particular reading processes that improve comprehension of biographies and autobiographies (VSC6 1.E.4).
<b> Objectives: The student will be able to write strategically for a particular audience (VSC6 4). <br><br>a. Students should explore a var
a. Identify the following forms of folklore: tall tales, fairy tales, fables, and riddles (VSC6 3.A.3.a).
b. Compare and contrast various versions of a similar story to trace the effect of the oral tradition (VSC6 3.A.6.b).<br><br> <b>Compare a
c. Examine and interpret folk language to appreciate its richness and color (VSC6 3.A.7.a).<br><br> <b>*Demonstrate oral tradition by me
d. Determine the function of exaggeration in folk narratives (VSC6 3.A.7.e).
a. Identify the characteristics of a legend (VSC6 3.A.3).
b. Distinguish a legend from other types of folk literature (VSC6 3.A.3.a).
c. Identify the purposes of legends and legendary heroes in society (VSC6 3.A.8.d).
d. Identify the implications of legends and legendary heroes in society (VSC6 3.A.6.f).
e. Identify historical facts within a piece of folklore (VSC6 3.A.8.c).<br><br> <b>*Research legendary figures or events to determine histo
f. Compare and contrast the themes of various legends (VSC6 3.A.6.b).
a. Analyze elements of poetry to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC6 3.A.4).
b. Make connections and ask questions about the text.
c. Make connections to the text from prior knowledge, personal connections, and experiences (VSC6 1.E.4; VSC6 3.A.6.e).
d. Read, listen to, and discuss critically a variety of forms and genres (VSC6 3.A.1.b).
e. Ask questions during reading to facilitate understanding and form/confirm predictions.
f. Analyze and evaluate elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC6 3.A.3).
g. Reflect on the strategies used during reading folk literature (VSC6 1.E.4).
h. Identify reading processes that improve comprehension of folk literature.
<b> Objectives: The student will be able to write strategically for a particular audience (VSC6 4).<br><br>Students should explore a variet
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC6 4.A.1) by:<br>* Recognizing terms associated with the writing process suc
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC6 4.A.1) by:<br>* Establishing an authentic purpose, audience, content and f
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC6 4.A.1) by:<br>* Focusing and ordering ideas, using a variety of self-select
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC6 4.A.1) by:<br>* Using writing-to-learn strategies such as dialectic journals
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC6 4.A.1) by:<br>* Considering different types of writing and the implication
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC6 4.A.1) by:<br>* Collecting and generating ideas
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC6 4.A.1) by:<br>* Selecting and/ or eliminating information (VSC6 4.A.1.b)
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC6 4.A.1) by:<br>* Examining and evaluating relevant models
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC6 4.A.1) by:<br>* Drafting initial products that inform, persuade, and/or exp
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC6 4.A.1) by:<br>* Managing time and process when writing for a given purp
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC6 4.A.1) by:<br>* Using technology to communicate effectively and creative
b. Compose texts using the revising and editing strategies of effective writers and speakers (VSC6 4.A.3)<br>* Using print, human and elec
b. Compose texts using the revising and editing strategies of effective writers and speakers (VSC6 4.A.3)<br>* Revising texts for clarity, co
b. Compose texts using the revising and editing strategies of effective writers and speakers (VSC6 4.A.3)<br>* Preparing the final product f
c. Locate, retrieve and use information from various sources (VSC6 4.A.7) including: <br>* Paraphrasing, summarizing, and quoting to cite
c. Locate, retrieve and use information from various sources (VSC6 4.A.7.e) including: <br>* Synthesizing ideas with emphasis on the disti
c. Locate, retrieve and use information from various sources (VSC6 4.A.7.e) including: <br>* Introducing and exploring MLA format to cit
c. Locate, retrieve and use information from various sources (VSC6 4.A.7) including: <br>* Evaluating effectiveness of the source(s).
d. Evaluate oral, written, and visual presentations by: <br>* Assessing the effectiveness of choice of details, organizational pattern, word ch
d. Evaluate oral, written, and visual presentations by: <br>* Explaining and justifying how textual changes affect meaning (VSC6 4.A.6.b)
d. Evaluate oral, written, and visual presentations by: <br>* Identifying how language choices in writing and speaking affect thoughts and fe
d. Evaluate oral, written, and visual presentations by: <br>* Using appropriate goals and objectives from the Language Strand and other res
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: (such as)<br>* Maintaining a collection of formal and inform
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: (such as)<br>* Reflecting on personal prewriting, drafting, r
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: (such as)<br>* Selecting samples of work that reflect growt
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: (such as)<br>* Analyzing growth in strategies of prewriting
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: (such as)<br>* Generating and revising a list of effective wr
a. Compose, oral, written, and visual presentations that express personal ideas (VSC6 4.A.2.a) through:<br>* Experimenting with a variety
a. Compose, oral, written, and visual presentations that express personal ideas (VSC6 4.A.2.b) through:<br>* Describing in prose and/or po
b. Compose oral, written and visual presentations to inform (VSC6 4.A.2.c) using:<br>Relevant support, appropriate organizational structur
b. Compose oral, written and visual presentations to inform (VSC6 4.A.2.c) using:<br>* Appropriate types of literary structure such as caus
c. Compose oral, written and visual presentations to persuade (VSC6 4.A.2.d) by:<br>* Supporting, modifying, or disagreeing with a positi
c. Compose oral, written and visual presentations to persuade (VSC6 4.A.2.d) by: <br><br> * Considering the effectiveness of diction, audi
c. Compose oral, written and visual presentations to persuade (VSC6 4.A.2.d) by:<br>* Using connotation, repetition, and figurative langua
c. Compose oral, written and visual presentations to persuade (VSC6 4.A.2.d) by:<br>* Using MLA standards for authoritative citations.
Develop an awareness of sentence structure (syntax) by exploring chunks of meaning (words, phrases, clauses) (VSC6 5.A.2).
Explain how words are classified grammatically by meaning, position, form, and function in the context of reading and composing (VSC6 5
Explain how words are classified grammatically by meaning, position, form, and function in the context of reading and composing by:<br>2
Differentiate grammatically complete sentences from non-sentences by:<br>Identifying how a written sentence always has a beginning and
Incorporate subjects, verbs (predicates), and modifiers when composing original sentences by:<br> Using a variety of words (e.g., collectiv
Recognize sentence combining as a writing strategy that focuses on combining short, related sentences into longer, more complex sentences
Recognize sentence combining as a writing strategy that focuses on combining short, related sentences into longer, more complex sentences
Identify and use the four basic processes for sentence combining (VSC6 5.A.2.b) by:<br>Deleting unnecessary or repetitive words
Identify and use the four basic processes for sentence combining by:<br>Rearranging words, phrases, and clauses (VSC6 5.A.2.b)
Identify and use the four basic processes for sentence combining by:<br>3. Adding a variety of appropriate connectors <i>(e.g., and, or, unl
a. Support, modify, or disagree with a position and generate convincing evidence to support it (VSC7 4.A.2.d).
b. Use prewriting and drafting strategies of effective writers and speakers (VSC7 4.A.1).
c. Use writing-to-learn strategies such as reflective writing and metacognitive writing to set goals, make discoveries, and make connections
d. Consider the effectiveness of diction, audience appeal, and organization (VSC7 4.A.2.d).
e. Use connotation, repetition, and figurative language to control audience emotion and reaction (VSC7 4.A.2.d).<br><br><b>Use tone to c
f. Use authoritative citations and MLA format (VSC7 4.A.2.d).
a. Evaluate using rubrics or other tools and establish appropriate revision goals.
b. Eliminate redundant and irrelevant words and ideas.
c. Clarify the relationships among ideas through coordination and subordination that are purposeful, logical, succinct, and balanced
d. Clarify meaning and purpose using active voice and consistent person, number, tense, and mood.
e. Vary sentence types and lengths to clarify and extend meaning and to develop style.
a. Identify, evaluate, and use sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic (VSC7 4.A.7.a).
b. Use various information retrieval sources to obtain information on a self-selected and/or given topic (VSC7 4.A.7.b).
c. Use appropriate note-taking procedures, organizational strategies, and proper documentation of sources of information (VSC7 4.A.7.c).
d. Synthesize information from two or more sources to fulfill a self-selected or given purpose (VSC7 4.A.7.d).
e. Use MLA, to credit sources when paraphrasing, summarizing, and quoting (VSC7 4.A.7.d).
a. Explain the relationship of setting to plot, character, tone, and mood (VSC7 3.A.3.c).
b. Explain how an author uses diction, sequence of events, character development, point of view, and setting to create suspense in text (VSC
c. Determine how point of view affects a reader’s perception of character and action (VSC7 3.A.3.i).
d. Determine the reliability of a narrator (VSC7 3.A.8.a).
e. Determine how foreshadowing and flashback are used by the author (VSC7 3.A.3.h).
f. Analyze the mystery writer’s ability to write convincingly (VSC7 3.A.3.a).
a. Analyze and evaluate elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC7 3.A.3).
b. Analyze elements of poetry to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC7 3.A.4).
c. Link appropriate experiences and prior knowledge about the topic, author, or type of material.
d. Identify an appropriate purpose for reading.
e. Make connections between ideas within the text and relevant prior knowledge.
f. Formulate questions during reading.
g. Reflect on the strategies used during reading mystery and suspense.
h. Identify particular reading processes that improve comprehension during short stories.
<b>Objectives – The student will be able to write strategically for a particular audience.Students should explore a variety of forms and prod
a. Identify the types of myths common to all cultures, such as creation, origin, and death myths (VSC7 3.A.3.a).
b. Identify the characteristics of myths (VSC7 3.A.3.a).
c. Explain the purposes of mythology (VSC7 3.A.8.c).
d. Distinguish between aesthetic and explanatory myths (VSC7 3.A.3.a).
e. Interpret mythological allusions in language, literature, and advertisements.
f. Compare and contrast mythologies of different cultures.
a. Analyze elements of poetry to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC7 3.A.4).
b. Analyze and evaluate elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC7 3.A.3).
c. Make connections and ask questions about the text.
d. Make connections to the text from prior knowledge, personal connections, and experiences (VSC7 3.A.6.d).
e. Read, listen to, and discuss critically a variety of forms and genres (VSC7 3.A.1.b).
f. Ask questions during reading to facilitate understanding and form/confirm predictions.
g. Reflect on strategies used during reading mythology.
h. Identify particular reading processes that improve comprehension of mythology.
<b>Objective: The student will be able to write strategically for a particular audience.Students should explore a variety of forms and produc
a. Identify the defining characteristics of each mode of literature and classify works accordingly (VSC7 3.A.3.a).
b. Analyze characterization and how it affects plot elements (VSC7 3.A.3.d).
c. Analyze conflicts that motivate characters and those that advance the plot (VSC7 3.A.3.g).
d. Analyze the physical and social aspects of setting and how they develop characterization and advance the plot (VSC7 3.A.8.c).<br><br>
e. Identify and explain the effects of tone and irony (VSC7 3.A.7.b). <br><br> <b>Evaluate the effectiveness of an author's language choice
f. Analyze figurative language and symbolic elements that contribute to meaning and/or create style (VSC7 3.A.7.c).
a. Analyze elements of poetry to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC7 3.A.4).
b. Analyze and evaluate elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC7 3.A.3).
c. Make connections and ask questions about the text.
d. Make connections to the text from prior knowledge, personal connections, and experiences (VSC7 3.A.6.d).
e. Read, listen to, and discuss critically a variety of forms and genres (VSC7 3.A.1.b).
f. Ask questions during reading to facilitate understanding and form and confirm predictions.
g. Reflect on strategies used while reading short stories.
h. Identify reading processes that improve comprehension of short stories.
<b>Objectives – The student will be able to write strategically for a particular audience.Students should explore a variety of forms and prod
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC7 4.A.1) by:<br>* Recognizing terms associated with the writing process suc
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC7 4.A.1) by:<br>* Establishing an authentic purpose, audience, content, and
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC7 4.A.1) by:<br>* Focusing and ordering ideas, using a variety of self-select
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC7 4.A.1) by:<br>* Considering different types of writing and the implication
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC7 4.A.1) by:<br>* Collecting and generating ideas
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC7 4.A.1) by:<br>* Selecting and/ or eliminating information
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC7 4.A.1) by:<br>* Examining and evaluating relevant models
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC7 4.A.1) by:<br>* Drafting initial products that inform, persuade, and/or exp
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC7 4.A.1) by:<br>* Managing time and process when writing for a given purp
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC7 4.A.1) by:<br>* Using technology to communicate effectively and creative
b. Compose texts using the revising and editing strategies of effective writers and speakers (VSC7 4.A.3)<br>* Using print, human, and ele
b. Compose texts using the revising and editing strategies of effective writers and speakers (VSC7 4.A.3)<br>* Revising texts for clarity, co
b. Compose texts using the revising and editing strategies of effective writers and speakers (VSC7 4.A.3)<br>* Preparing the final product f
c. Locate, retrieve and use information from various sources (VSC7 4.A.7) including: <br>* Paraphrasing, summarizing, and quoting to cite
c. Locate, retrieve and use information from various sources (VSC7 4.A.7) including: <br>* Synthesizing ideas with emphasis on the distinc
c. Locate, retrieve and use information from various sources (VSC7 4.A.7) including: <br>* Introducing and exploring MLA format to cite
c. Locate, retrieve and use information from various sources (VSC7 4.A.7) including: <br>* Evaluating effectiveness of the source(s).
d. Evaluate oral, written, and visual presentations by: <br>* Identifying how language choices in writing and speaking affect thoughts and fe
d. Evaluate oral, written, and visual presentations by: <br>* Assessing the effectiveness of choice of details, organizational pattern, word ch
d. Evaluate oral, written, and visual presentations by: <br>* Explaining and justifying textual changes in a work (VSC7 4.A.6)
d. Evaluate oral, written, and visual presentations by: <br>* Using MLA format to cite sources
d. Evaluate oral, written, and visual presentations by: <br>* Using appropriate goals and objectives from the Language Strand.
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: (such as)<br>* Maintaining a collection of formal and inform
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: (such as)<br>* Reflecting on personal prewriting, drafting, r
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: (such as)<br>* Selecting samples of work that reflect growt
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: (such as)<br>* Analyzing growth in strategies of prewriting
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: (such as)<br>* Generating and revising a list of effective wr
a. Compose, oral, written, and visual presentations that express personal ideas (VSC7 4.A.2.a) through:<br>* Experimenting with a variety
a. Compose, oral, written, and visual presentations that express personal ideas (VSC7 4.A.2.a) through:<br>* Describing in prose and/or po
b. Compose oral, written, and visual presentations to inform (VSC7 4.A.2.c) using:<br>* Relevant support, appropriate organizational struc
b. Compose oral, written, and visual presentations to inform (VSC7 4.A.2.c) using:<br>* Appropriate types of literary structure such as cau
c. Compose oral, written, and visual presentations to persuade (VSC7 4.A.2.d) by:<br>* Writing an assertion with evidence that appeals to
c. Compose oral, written, and visual presentations to persuade (VSC7 4.A.2.d) by:<br>* Organizing ideas to construct a logical progression
c. Compose oral, written, and visual presentations to persuade (VSC7 4.A.2.d) by:<br>* Using diction and syntax that is sincere, honest, an
c. Compose oral, written, and visual presentations to persuade (VSC7 4.A.2.d) by:<br>* Using connotation, repetition, parallelisms, and fig
B.Explain how words are classified grammatically by meaning, position, form, and function in the context of reading and composing by:<br
A. Explain how words are classified grammatically by meaning, position, form, and function in the context of reading and composing by:<b
A. Explain how words are classified grammatically by meaning, position, form, and function in the context of reading and composing by:<b
A. Explain how words are classified grammatically by meaning, position, form, and function in the context of reading and composing by:<b
B. Explain how words are classified grammatically by meaning, position, form, and function in the context of reading and composing by:<b
D. Differentiate grammatically complete sentences from nonsentences by:<br>Identifying and eliminating run-on sentences, including fused
D. Differentiate grammatically complete sentences from nonsentences by:<br>Identifying and eliminating sentence fragments.
E. Incorporate subjects, verbs (predicates), and modifiers when composing original sentences by: <br> Recognizing how verbs agree with s
F. Recognize how a phrase is a sentence component that can function as a modifier (prepositional phrase, appositive phrase, participial phra
F. Recognize how a phrase is a sentence component that can function as a modifier (prepositional phrase, appositive phrase, participial phra
K. Select appropriate internal punctuation and end-boundary punctuation for statements, questions, exclamations, and commands by:<br> U
A. Recognize sentence combining as a writing strategy that focuses on combining short, related sentences into longer, more complex senten
B. Identify and use the four basic processes for sentence combining by:<br> Changing word form <i>(e.g., care to careful or carelessly).</i>
C. Discover how a variety of sentence combinations is possible and acceptable from a single cluster of sentences by:<br>Comparing studen
C. Discover how a variety of sentence combinations is possible and acceptable from a single cluster of sentences by:<br> Exploring alternat
D. Explore additions to sentence combinations by:<br>Expanding sentence combinations with new details to enhance the given information
H. Apply the conventions for punctuating phrases and clauses by:<br> Using a comma or commas with prepositional, appositive, and partic
I. Apply the conventions for using quotation marks by:<br>Using quotation marks to set off dialogue.
I. Apply the conventions for using quotation marks by:<br> Determining the difference between indirect and direct quotations.
I. Apply the conventions for using quotation marks by:<br> Using quotation marks for titles of short works (e.g., short stories, poems, songs
A. Gain an appreciation of the many different dialects of English through study of oral discourse, film, and literature by:<br> Describing ho
C.Explore the important grammatical and usage differences between standard English and nonstandard English, and editing for those forms
C. Explore the important grammatical and usage differences between standard English and nonstandard English, and editing for those forms
C. Explore the important grammatical and usage differences between standard English and nonstandard English, and editing for those forms
C. Explore the important grammatical and usage differences between standard English and nonstandard English, and editing for those forms
a. Recognize the similarities and differences between fiction and drama.
b. Identify and distinguish between various forms of drama such as monologues, mime, and improvisation.
c. Identify and explain the conventions of dramatic form (VSC8 3.A.5.a).
d. Identify the following conventions and characteristics of Shakespearean drama: aside, soliloquy, concealment, comic relief, five-act struc
e. Contrast the broad differences between Early Modern and Modern English word choice and sentence structure.
f. Identify and analyze characteristics of tragedy.
g. Recognize poetic techniques employed by Shakespeare such as blank verse, rhymed couplets, and internal rhyme (VSC8 3.A.4.a).
a. Analyze and evaluate elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC8 3.A.3).
b. Link appropriate experiences and prior knowledge about the topic, author, or type of material.
c. Analyze and evaluate elements of poetry to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC8 3.A.4).
d. Make connections between ideas within the text and relevant prior knowledge (VSC8 3.A.6.d).
e. Formulate questions while reading.
f. Reflect on strategies during reading Shakespearean literature by:<br>* Reading verse aloud with appropriate pace, pitch, and juncture.
f. Reflect on strategies during reading Shakespearean literature by:<br>* Visualizing through dramatic activities.
g. Identify particular reading processes that improve understanding.
h. Paraphrase accurately selected lines of Shakespearean verse (VSC8 3.A.6.c).
i. Analyze main ideas and central themes in Shakespearean verse (VSC8 3.A.6.a).
j. Evaluate a playwright’s use of narrative elements within a work or works (VSC8 3.A.3).
<b>Objectives %u2013 The student will be able to write strategically for a particular audience. Students should explore a variety of forms a
a. Differentiate between science fiction and fantasy using structural features to distinguish between the two types of narrative text (VSC8 3.A
b. Evaluate the role of physical, social, and cultural setting in the text (VSC8 3.A.3.c).
c. Examine how the relationship between the natural world and science reflects problems in society.
d. Describe how the internal conflict of the individual versus self affects character and plot in fantasy (VSC8 3.A.3.g).
e. Analyze how irony and satire may strive to provoke social change (VSC8 3.A.7.a).
a. Analyze the author’s development of the plot through the use of an inciting incident and the climax of a story (VSC8 3.A.3.b).
b. Justify the presence of a universal theme based on analysis of the literature (VSC8 3.A.6.a).
c. Analyze point of view and its effect on meaning (VSC8 3.A.3.i).
d. Evaluate the effectiveness of ironic tone (VSC8 3.A.7.a).
e. Analyze and evaluate figurative language and its contribution to meaning and/or style (VSC8 3.A.7.d).
a. Analyze and evaluate elements of narrative texts to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC8 3.A.3).
b. Identify and analyze specific language choices to determine the tone of a particular passage (VSC8 3.A.7.b).
c. Analyze details that provide information about the physical, social, and cultural setting and the ways in which they affect the character(s)
d. Link appropriate experiences and prior knowledge about the topic, author, or type of material (VSC8 1.A.2.a).
e. Identify an appropriate purpose for reading.
f. Make connections between ideas within the text and relevant prior knowledge.
g. Formulate questions during reading.
h. Reflect on strategies used while reading fiction, fantasy, and science fiction.
i. Identify particular reading processes that improve comprehension of short stories.
j. Analyze and evaluate elements of poetry to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC8 3.A.4).
<b>Objectives – The student will be able to write strategically for a particular audience.Students should explore a variety of forms and prod
a. Identify the characteristics of the epic (VSC8 3.A.3.a): <br>* The hero is on a quest.
a. Identify the characteristics of the epic (VSC8 3.A.3.a):<br>* The action covers a large geographical area.
a. Identify the characteristics of the epic (VSC8 3.A.3.a):<br>* The gods/goddesses may play an important role.
a. Identify the characteristics of the epic (VSC8 3.A.3.a):<br>* The events are of international/national importance.
a. Identify the characteristics of the epic (VSC8 3.A.3.a):<br>* The hero can face supernatural antagonists.
a. Identify the characteristics of the epic (VSC8 3.A.3.a):<br>* The story begins In Medias Res (in the middle).
a. Identify the characteristics of the epic (VSC8 3.A.3.a): <br>* The story involves restoration of a rightful leader.
b. Recognize the conventions of the epic as poetry (VSC8 3.A.4.a).
c. Compare and contrast the structure, hero, and cultural elements of two different epics.
d. Analyze and evaluate the relationship between a literary text and its historical, social, and political contexts (VSC8 3.A.8.c).
a. Analyze and evaluate elements of poetry to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC8 3.A.4).
b. Link appropriate experiences and prior knowledge about the topic, author, or type of material.
c. Analyze and evaluate elements of poetry to facilitate understanding and interpretation (VSC8 3.A.4).
d. Identify an appropriate purpose for reading.
e. Make connections between ideas within the text and relevant prior knowledge.
f. Formulate questions during reading.
g. Reflect on strategies used while reading epics.
h. Identify particular reading processes that improve understanding of epic literature.
<b>Objectives – The student will be able to write strategically for a particular audience. Students should explore a variety of forms and prod
a. Engage in continuous strategic writing and reflect on their writing by:<br>* Analyzing individual pieces of work based on the six traits of
a. Engage in continuous strategic writing and reflect on their writing by:<br>* Justifying revisions in syntax and diction from a previous dra
a. Engage in continuous strategic writing and reflect on their writing by:<br>* Identifying the components of effective writing by analyzing
b. Collect and evaluate representative samples from their middle school experience by: <br>* Compiling various pieces that reflect the prog
b. Collect and evaluate representative samples from their middle school experience by: <br>* Reviewing pieces that incorporate the six trait
c. Select samples that show growth as a writer, focusing on one piece of each type of writing: to express personal ideas, to inform, or to pers
d. Analyze selected samples to determine student growth using open-ended questionnaires to self and peer evaluate.
a. Appreciate the author’s experience using published essays, articles, and documents and compare them to personal processes.
b. Compare and contrast the criticism of other works with his or her portfolio.
c. Discuss specific examples of growth with regard to the six traits of a good writer.
d. Reflect specifically on growth in prewriting and revision strategies. <br><br> <b>Reflect specifically on growth in responding to in-class
e. Share the essay and accompanying portfolio in a formal presentation to peers, teachers, and/or parents.
B. Explain how words are classified grammatically by meaning, position, form, and function in the context of reading and composing by<br
B. Explain how words are classified grammatically by meaning, position, form, and function in the context of reading and composing by<br
Incorporate subjects, verbs (predicates), and modifiers when composing original sentences by: <br>Employing appropriate and consistent v
Incorporate subjects, verbs (predicates), and modifiers when composing original sentences by: <br>Creating single word and multiple word
Recognize certain phrases (absolute, infinitive) as sentence components:<br>Identifying an absolute phrase as a group of words that adds a
Recognize certain phrases (absolute, infinitive) as sentence components:<br> Identifying an infinitive phrase as a group of words beginning
Select appropriate internal punctuation and end-boundary punctuation for statements, questions, exclamations, and commands by:<br>Using
Discover how a variety of sentence combinations is possible and acceptable from a single cluster of sentences by:<br>Decombining sentenc
Explore additions to sentence combinations by:<br> Experimenting with original beginnings or endings that are added to a series of clusters
E. Use coordination and subordination of sentence components by: <br> Coordinating similar sentence components (subjects, verbs, modifi
D. Eliminate or reconstruct misplaced or dangling modifiers after:<br> Identifying misplaced modifiers as a word, phrase, or clause that wa
E. Revise sentences for conciseness and clarity by:<br> Eliminating redundant or unnecessary information.
E. Revise sentences for conciseness and clarity by:<br> Recognizing how a long sentence is not necessarily a good sentence.
F. Revise for sentence variety and length by:<br> Alternating the use of short, medium, and long sentences to enhance reader interest.
H. Employ punctuation for stylistic effect by:<br> Using end punctuation appropriately without the overuse of exclamation points and quest
A. Gain an appreciation of the many different dialects of English through study of oral discourse, film, and literature by:<br>Defining and u
C. Explore the important grammatical and usage differences between standard English and nonstandard English, and editing for those forms
C. Explore the important grammatical and usage differences between standard English and nonstandard English, and editing for those forms
C. Explore the important grammatical and usage differences between standard English and nonstandard English, and editing for those forms
C. Explore the important grammatical and usage differences between standard English and nonstandard English, and editing for those forms
C. Explore the important grammatical and usage differences between standard English and nonstandard English, and editing for those forms
E. Identify and use formal and informal language appropriate to a particular purpose and audience by: <br>1. Selecting appropriate format a
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC8 4.A.1) by:<br>* Recognizing terms associated with the writing process suc
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC8 4.A.1) by:<br>* Establishing an authentic purpose, audience, content, and
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC8 4.A.1) by:<br>* Focusing and ordering ideas, using a variety of self-select
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC8 4.A.1) by:<br>* Using writing-to-learn strategies such as dialectic journals
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC8 4.A.1) by:<br>* Considering different types of writing and the implication
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC8 4.A.1) by:<br>* Collecting and generating ideas
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC8 4.A.1) by:<br>* Selecting and/ or eliminating information
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC8 4.A.1) by:<br>* Examining and evaluating relevant models
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC8 4.A.1) by:<br>* Drafting initial products that inform, persuade, and/or exp
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC8 4.A.1) by:<br>* Managing time and process when writing for a given purp
a. Compose texts using prewriting and drafting strategies (VSC8 4.A.1) by:<br>* Using technology to communicate effectively and creative
b. Compose texts using the revising and editing strategies of effective writers and speakers (VSC8 4.A.3)<br>* Using print, human, and ele
b. Compose texts using the revising and editing strategies of effective writers and speakers (VSC8 4.A.3)<br>* Revising texts for clarity, co
b. Compose texts using the revising and editing strategies of effective writers and speakers (VSC8 4.A.3)<br>* Revising texts for clarity, co
c. Locate, retrieve and use information from various sources to accomplish a purpose (VSC8 4.A.7) including: <br>* Paraphrasing, summar
c. Locate, retrieve and use information from various sources to accomplish a purpose (VSC8 4.A.7) including: <br>* Synthesizing ideas wit
c. Locate, retrieve and use information from various sources to accomplish a purpose (VSC8 4.A.7) including: <br>* Using MLA format to
c. Locate, retrieve and use information from various sources to accomplish a purpose (VSC8 4.A.7) including: <br>* Evaluating effectivene
d. Evaluate oral, written, and visual presentations by: <br>* Assessing the effectiveness of choice of details, organizational pattern, word ch
d. Evaluate oral, written, and visual presentations by: <br>* Explaining and justifying how textual changes affect meaning (VSC8 4.A.6b)
d. Evaluate oral, written, and visual presentations by: <br>* Identifying how language choices in writing and speaking affect thoughts and fe
d. Evaluate oral, written, and visual presentations by: <br>* Using appropriate goals and objectives from the Language Strand and other res
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: <br> * Maintaining a collection of formal and informal writi
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: <br>* Reflecting on personal prewriting, drafting, revising,
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: <br>* Selecting samples of work that reflect growth in prew
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: <br>* Analyzing growth in strategies of prewriting, drafting
e. Reflect on his/her growth as a strategic writer through portfolio activities by: <br>* Generating and revising a list of effective writing stra
a. Compose, oral, written, and visual presentations that express personal ideas (VSC8 4.A.2.a) through:<br>* Experimenting with a variety
a. Compose, oral, written, and visual presentations that express personal ideas (VSC8 4.A.2.a) through:<br>* Describing in prose and/or po
b. Compose oral, written, and visual presentations to inform (VSC8 4.A.2.c) using:<br>* Relevant support, appropriate organizational struc
b. Compose oral, written, and visual presentations to inform (VSC8 4.A.2.c) using:<br>* Appropriate types of literary structure such as liter
c. Compose oral, written, and visual presentations to persuade (VSC8 4.A.2.d) by:<br>* Supporting, modifying, or disagreeing with a positi
c. Compose oral, written, and visual presentations to persuade (VSC8 4.A.2.d) by:<br>* Writing an assertion and using evidence to justify t
c. Compose oral, written, and visual presentations to persuade (VSC8 4.A.2.d) by:<br>* Considering the effectiveness of diction, audience
c. Compose oral, written, and visual presentations to persuade (VSC8 4.A.2.d) by:<br>* Using connotation, parallelisms, repetition, and fig
c. Compose oral, written, and visual presentations to persuade (VSC8 4.A.2.d) by:<br>* Using MLA format
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>3. Explore and discuss strategies for making valid inferences.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>2. Explore and discuss strategies for drawing conclusions.
a. Analyze content of data/information and resources.<br>2. Explore and discuss how a character's or author's point of view impacts a story
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>1. Explore and discuss strategies for identifying patterns and relationships.
c. Match appropriate strategy/format with structure of content to be organized.<br>
a. Analyze content of data/information and resources.<br>1. Identify and discuss the main events in a variety of resources.
b. Interpret data/information displayed in a variety of formats<br>2. Explore strategies for interpreting age-appropriate displays of data/info
b. Interpret data/information displayed in a variety of formats<br>1. Explore and discuss data/information presented in a variety of age-appr
a. Identify appropriate formats for displaying and managing data/information.<br>2. Explore recording data/information in a variety of form
a. Identify appropriate formats for displaying and managing data/information.<br>1. Explore interpreting data/information in a variety of fo
i. Record appropriate bibliographic information to cite sources.<br>2. Practice citing information sources.
i. Record appropriate bibliographic informaiton to cite sources.<br>1. Discuss the importance of citing sources of information.
h. Use original words to capture concepts and avoid plagiarism.<br>1. Practice capturing key concepts using own words.
h. Use original words to capture concepts and avoid plagiarism.<br>2. Participate in class/group note taking activities.
g. Use appropriate graphic organizers to record relevant information.<br>2. Discuss ways to record information.
f. Evaluate the content of specific computer/online/digital resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Discuss how to r
g. Use appropriate graphic organizers to record relevant information.<br>1. Discuss reasons to record information.
f. Evaluate the content of specific computer/online/digital resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Discuss the impo
e. Evaluate the content of specific nonprint resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Discuss how to recognize answ
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Discuss how to recognize answers
e. Evaluate the content of specific nonprint resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Explore the importance of eval
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Explore the importance of evaluati
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Discover the importance of utilizing effective search terminology
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Discover the importance of utilizing effective search terminology and strategies
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Explore and discuss the use of age-appropriate computer/online/d
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Explore and discuss use of nonprint resources.
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Explore and discuss use of print resources.
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Discover the importance of utilizing effective search terminology and strategies whe
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>2. Explore and discuss strategies for drawing conclusions.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>3. Explore and discuss strategies for making valid inferences.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>4. Explore and discuss strategies for visualizing.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>5. Explore and discuss strategies for divergent thinking.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>6. Explore and discuss strategies for making personal connections with inform
a. Make decisions to facilitate effective communication of ideas.<br>1. Explore and discuss options for sharing information findings.
a. Make decisions to facilitate effective communication of ideas.<br>2. Discuss how to choose the most appropriate format for sharing findi
b. Apply best practices related to content and layout of presentations.<br>1. Share information in age-appropriate oral, visual, written, and m
b. Apply best practices related to content and layout of presentations.<br>2. Evaluate products created to communicate findings/conclusions
c. Evaluate the research process.<br>1. Reflect on the research experience.
c. Evaluate the research process.<br>2. Provide feedback about the research experience.
a. Demonstrate proper care and handling of media and equipment in all formats.<br>
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>1. Explore and discuss the concept of plagiarism as taking something tha
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>2. Explore and discuss the concept of copyright as a legal protection of so
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>3. Explore and discuss how to cite sources.
c. Utilize safe practices when working online.<br>1. Discuss safety issues related to the use of the Internet.
c. Utilize safe practices when working online.<br>2. Follow safe Internet practices.
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>1. Listen to, read, and discuss stories that provide examples of character
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>2. Make text-to-self connections.
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>3. Explore and discuss use of story structure concepts (characters, settin
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>4. Use information materials to build background knowledge.
b. Use libraries to facilitate development of good reading habits.<br>1. Utilize circulation procedures and policies to access reading materia
b. Use libraries to facilitate development of good reading habits.<br>2. Choose, browse, select, and enjoy library materials.
c. Experience the pleasure of recreational reading.<br>1. Discover the pleasure of reading by listening to and independently reading books.
c. Experience the pleasure of recreational reading.<br>2. Use age-appropriate periodicals for recreational reading.
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>1. Recognize the connection between the ability to read and s
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>2. Develop age-appropriate skills for independent learning.
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>3. Take ownership of learning by setting goals focusing on as
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>1. Explore ways to express questions in orde
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>2. Generate effective questions related to un
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>3. Practice generating effective questions re
b. Use systems of classification to identify, locate, and retrieve materials to meet current need.<br>1. Explore the organizational systems use
b. Use systems of classification to identify, locate, and retrieve materials to meet current need.<br>2. Recognize the difference between the
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>1. Select materials to match topics of interest or need.
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>2. Explore age-appropriate computer/online resources to locate information to meet the c
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>3. Explore parts of a book and their functions.
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>4. Recognize that there are advantages and disadvantages to using print, nonprint, and co
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Practice analyzing print resources
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Practice using appropriate type of search to meet informational n
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Practice strategies for collecting relevant information from comp
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Practice using nonprint resources, recognizing issues related to access and accur
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Discover the importance of utilizing effective search strategies when using nonp
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Practice identifying and using effective search terms and strategies when using age-
b. Use systems of classification to identify, locate, and retrieve materials to meet current need.<br>2. Practice making appropriate selections
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>1. Practice using the automated catalog to locate materials to meet wants and needs.
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>2. Practice using age-appropriate computer/online/digital resources to locate information
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>3. Practice using specialized parts of a book to locate information.
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>4. Practice selecting the most appropriate resource for the current need when given a cho
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Practice strategies for collecting relevant information from print resources, recogniz
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Practice analyzing print resources
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Practice using appropriate type of search to meet informational n
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Practice strategies for collecting relevant information from comp
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Discover the importance of utilizing effective search strategies when using nonp
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Practice using nonprint resources, recognizing issues related to access and accur
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Practice identifying and using effective search terms and strategies when using age-
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Practice strategies for collecting relevant information from print resources, recogniz
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>4. Practice selecting the most appropriate resource for the current need when given a cho
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>3. Practice using specialized parts of a book to locate information.
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>2. Practice using age-appropriate computer/online/digital resources to locate information
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>1. Practice using the automated catalog to locate materials to meet wants and needs.
b. Use systems of classification to identify, locate, and retrieve materials to meet current need.<br>2. Practice making appropriate selections
b. Use systems of classification to identify, locate, and retrieve materials to meet current need.<br>1. Recognize the relationship between th
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>3. Generate effective questions related to to
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>1. Practice developing effective research qu
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>2. Practice using criteria of an assignment to
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>2. Develop age-appropriate skills for independent learning.
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>3. Take ownership of learning by setting goals focusing on as
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>1. Recognize the connection between the ability to read and s
c. Experience the pleasure of recreational reading.<br>1. Enhance the pleasure of reading by listening to and independently reading books.
c. Experience the pleasure of recreational reading.<br>2. Use age-appropriate periodicals for recreational reading.
b. Use libraries to facilitate development of good reading habits.<br>1. Utilize circulation procedures and policies to access reading materia
b. Use libraries to facilitate development of good reading habits.<br>2. Choose to browse, select, and enjoy library materials.
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>4. Use informational materials to begin making a connection between ba
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>2. Make text-to-text connections as well as text-to-self connections.
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>3. Practice using story structure concepts (characters, setting, goal, actio
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>1. Listen to, read, and discuss a wider variety of stories focusing discuss
c. Utilize safe practices when working online.<br>1. Discuss safety issues related to the use of the Internet.
c. Utilize safe practices when working online.<br>2. Follow safe Internet practices.
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>2. Practice complying with fair use and copyright laws.
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>3. Practice citing sources.
a. Demonstrate proper care and handling of media and equipment in all formats.<br>
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>1. Practice strategies for avoiding plagiarism.
c. Evaluate the research process.<br>1. Reflect on the research experience.
c. Evaluate the research process.<br>2. Provide feedback about the research experience.
b. Apply best practices related to content and layout of presentations.<br>1. Practice strategies for designing layouts that communicate cont
b. Apply best practices related to content and layout of presentations.<br>2. Evaluate products created to communicate findings/conclusions
a. Make decisions to facilitate effective communication of ideas.<br>2. Practice strategies for determining the most appropriate format for s
a. Make decisions to facilitate effective communication of ideas.<br>1. Practice presenting findings in oral, written, visual, and multimedia
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>6. Apply strategies for making personal connections with information.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>4. Apply strategies for visualizing.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>5. Apply strategies for divergent thinking.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>3. Apply strategies for making valid inferences.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>2. Apply strategies for drawing conclusions.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>1. Apply strategies for identifying patterns and relationships.
a. Analyze content of data/information and resources.<br>1. Practice summarizing the main points in a variety of resources to determine the
a. Analyze content of data/information and resources.<br>2. Practice identifying examples of an author's or character's point of view and ho
b. Interpret data/information displayed in a variety of formats<br>2. Use topics being studied in science or social studies as sources for data
c. Match appropriate strategy/format with structure of content to be orangized.<br>
b. Interpret data/information displayed in a variety of formats<br>1. Practice interpreting age-appropriate displays of data/information; i.e.,
a. Identify appropriate formats for displaying and managing data/information.<br>2. Identify an appropriate format for organizing provided
i. Record appropriate bibliographic informaiton to cite sources.<br>2. Practice citing information sources.
a. Identify appropriate formats for displaying and managing data/information.<br>1. Practice recording and organizing data/information in a
i. Record appropriate bibliographic informaiton to cite sources.<br>1. Include a basic bibliography as a component of all research assignme
h. Use original words to capture concepts and avoid plagiarism.<br>2. Participate in class/group note-taking activities.
h. Use original words to capture concepts and avoid plagiarism.<br>1. Practice capturing key concepts in using own words, rather than copy
g. Use appropriate graphic organizers to record relevant information.<br>2. Practice using graphic organizers in electronic formats.
g. Use appropriate graphic organizers to record relevant information.<br>1. Practice using graphic organizers in print formats.
f. Evaluate the content of specific computer/online/digital resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Practice strategi
e. Evaluate the content of specific nonprint resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Practice strategies for recogniz
f. Evaluate the content of specific computer/online/digital resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Practice analyzin
e. Evaluate the content of specific nonprint resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Practice analyzing nonprint res
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Practice strategies for recognizing
f. Evaluate the content of specific computer/online/digital resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Apply criteria re
e. Evaluate the content of specific nonprint resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Practice strategies for recogniz
e. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Practice analyzing print resources
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Apply strategies for determining re
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Practice analyzing print resources
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Continue generating and applying search terminology and strateg
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Apply strategies for collecting relevant information from comput
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Discover the importance of utilizing effective search strategies when using nonp
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Continue to use nonprint resources when appropriate, applying concepts related
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Continue to practice and apply appropriate search terms and strategies when using p
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Apply strategies for collecting relevant information from print resources, recognizin
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>4. Apply knowledge of advantages and disadvantages of using print, nonprint, and comp
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>3. Independently apply knowledge of parts of a book to facilitate location of relevant inf
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>2. Expand use of age-appropriate computer/online/digital resources to locate information
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>1. Develop independence in using the automated catalog.
b. Use systems of classification to identify, locate, and retrieve materials to meet current need.<br>2. Independently make appropriate selec
b. Use systems of classification to identify, locate, and retrieve materials to meet current need.<br>1. Become familiar with the Dewey class
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>3. Analyze topics of personal interests to ge
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>2. Practice using criteria of an assignment to
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>1. Practice developing effective research qu
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>3. Take ownership of learning by setting goals focusing on as
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>2. Develop age-appropriate skills for independent learning.
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>1. Recognize the connection between the ability to read and s
c. Experience the pleasure of recreational reading.<br>1. Gain pleasure by listening to and independently reading books.
c. Experience the pleasure of recreational reading.<br>2. Use age-appropriate periodicals for recreational reading.
b. Use libraries to facilitate development of good reading habits.<br>2. Choose to browse, select, and enjoy library materials.
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>4. Expand use of informational materials to make connections between b
b. Use libraries to facilitate development of good reading habits.<br>1. Utilize circulation procedures and policies to access reading materia
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>2. Make text-to-world connections as well as text-to-text and text-to-self
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>3. Expand use of story structure concepts (characters, setting, goal, actio
c. Utilize safe practices when working online.<br>2. Follow safe Internet practices.
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>1. Listen to, read, and discuss fiction titles that reflect personal interest a
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>3. Practice citing sources.
c. Utilize safe practices when working online.<br>1. Discuss safety issues related to the use of the Internet.
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>1. Practice strategies for avoiding plagiarism.
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>2. Practice complying with fair use and copyright laws.
a. Demonstrate proper care and handling of media and equipment in all formats.<br>
c. Evaluate the research process.<br>1. Reflect on the research experience.
c. Evaluate the research process.<br>2. Provide feedback about the research experience.
b. Apply best practices related to content and layout of presentations.<br>2. Evaluate products created to communicate findings/conclusions
b. Apply best practices related to content and layout of presentations.<br>1. Practice strategies for designing layouts that communicate cont
a. Make decisions to facilitate effective communication of ideas.<br>1. Practice presenting findings in oral, written, visual, and multimedia
a. Make decisions to facilitate effective communication of ideas.<br>2. Practice strategies for determining the most appropriate format for s
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>6. Apply strategies for making personal connections with information.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>5. Apply strategies for divergent thinking.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>3. Apply strategies for making valid inferences.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>4. Apply strategies for visualizing.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>2. Apply strategies for drawing conclusions.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>1. Apply strategies for identifying patterns and relationships.
a. Analyze content of data/information and resources.<br>1. Practice summarizing the main points in a variety of resources to determine the
a. Analyze content of data/information and resources.<br>2. Practice identifying examples of an author_s or character_s point of view and h
c. Match appropriate strategy/format with structure of content to be orangized.<br>
b. Interpret data/information displayed in a variety of formats<br>2. Use topics being studied in science or social studies as sources for data
b. Interpret data/information displayed in a variety of formats<br>1. Practice interpreting age-appropriate displays of data/information; i.e.,
a. Identify appropriate formats for displaying and managing data/information.<br>2. Identify an appropriate format for organizing provided
a. Identify appropriate formats for displaying and managing data/information.<br>1. Practice recording and organizing data/information in a
i. Record appropriate bibliographic informaiton to cite sources.<br>2. Practice citing information sources.
h. Use original words to capture concepts and avoid plagiarism.<br>2. Participate in class/group note-taking activities.
i. Record appropriate bibliographic informaiton to cite sources.<br>1. Include a basic bibliography as a component of all research assignme
g. Use appropriate graphic organizers to record relevant information.<br>2. Practice using graphic organizers in electronic formats.
h. Use original words to capture concepts and avoid plagiarism.<br>1. Practice capturing key concepts in using own words, rather than copy
g. Use appropriate graphic organizers to record relevant information.<br>1. Practice using graphic organizers in print formats.
f. Evaluate the content of specific computer/online/digital resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Practice strategi
f. Evaluate the content of specific computer/online/digital resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Practice analyzin
e. Evaluate the content of specific nonprint resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Practice strategies for recogniz
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Practice strategies for recognizing
e. Evaluate the content of specific nonprint resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Practice analyzing nonprint res
g. Use appropriate graphic organizers to record relevant information.<br>2. Practice using graphic organizers in electronic formats (e.g., Ki
g. Use appropriate graphic organizers to record relevant information.<br>1. Practice using graphic organizers (e.g., note cards, webbing and
f. Evaluate the content of specific computer/online/digital resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Apply strategies
f. Evaluate the content of specific computer/online/digital resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Apply criteria re
e. Evaluate the content of specific nonprint resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Practice strategies for recogniz
e. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Practice analyzing print resources
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Apply strategies for determining re
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Practice analyzing print resources
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Continue generating and applying search terminology and strateg
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Apply strategies for collecting relevant information from comput
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Discover the importance of utilizing effective search strategies when using nonp
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Continue to use nonprint resources when appropriate, applying concepts related
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Continue to practice and apply appropriate search terms and strategies when using p
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Apply strategies for collecting relevant information from print resources, recognizin
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>4. Apply knowledge of advantages and disadvantages of using print, nonprint, and comp
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>3. Independently apply knowledge of parts of a book to facilitate location of relevant inf
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>2. Expand use of age-appropriate computer/online/digital resources to locate information
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>1. Develop independence in using the automated catalog.
b. Use systems of classification to identify, locate, and retrieve materials to meet current need.<br>2. Independently make appropriate selec
b. Use systems of classification to identify, locate, and retrieve materials to meet current need.<br>1. Become familiar with the Dewey class
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>3. Analyze topics of personal interests to ge
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>2. Practice using criteria of an assignment to
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>1. Practice developing effective research qu
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>2. Develop age-appropriate skills for independent learning.
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>3. Take ownership of learning by setting goals focusing on as
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>1. Recognize the connection between the ability to read and s
c. Experience the pleasure of recreational reading.<br>2. Use age-appropriate periodicals for recreational reading.
b. Use libraries to facilitate development of good reading habits.<br>2. Choose to browse, select, and enjoy library materials.
c. Experience the pleasure of recreational reading.<br>1. Gain pleasure by listening to and independently reading books.
b. Use libraries to facilitate development of good reading habits.<br>1. Utilize circulation procedures and policies to access reading materia
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>4. Expand use of informational materials to make connections between b
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>3. Expand use of story structure concepts (characters, setting, goal, actio
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>2. Make text-to-world connections as well as text-to-text and text-to-self
c. Utilize safe practices when working online.<br>2. Follow safe Internet practices.
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>1. Listen to, read, and discuss fiction titles that reflect personal interest a
c. Utilize safe practices when working online.<br>1. Discuss safety issues related to the use of the Internet.
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>3. Practice citing sources.
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>2. Practice and apply strategies for complying with fair use and copyrigh
a. Demonstrate proper care and handling of media and equipment in all formats.<br>
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>1. Practice and apply strategies for avoiding plagiarism.
c. Evaluate the research process.<br>2. Provide feedback about the research experience.
b. Apply best practices related to content and layout of presentations.<br>2. Evaluate products created to communicate findings/conclusions
c. Evaluate the research process.<br>1. Reflect on the research experience.
b. Apply best practices related to content and layout of presentations.<br>1. Practice strategies for designing layouts that communicate cont
a. Make decisions to facilitate effective communication of ideas.<br>2. Practice and apply strategies for determining the most appropriate fo
a. Make decisions to facilitate effective communication of ideas.<br>1. Practice presenting findings in oral, written, visual, and multimedia
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>5. Apply strategies for divergent thinking.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>6. Apply strategies for making personal connections with information.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>3. Apply strategies for making valid inferences.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>4. Apply strategies for visualizing.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>2. Apply strategies for drawing conclusions.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>1. Apply strategies for identifying patterns and relationships.
a. Analyze content of data/information and resources.<br>2. Practice applying strategies to identify evidence of bias or point of view.
a. Analyze content of data/information and resources.<br>1. Practice applying strategies to determine ideas being communicated in a variety
c. Match appropriate strategy/format with structure of content to be orangized.<br>
b. Interpret data/information displayed in a variety of formats<br>2. Examine samples of the same data/information displayed in a variety o
b. Interpret data/information displayed in a variety of formats<br>1. Practice interpreting data/information in a variety of formats.
a. Identify appropriate formats for displaying and managing data/information.<br>2. Identify an appropriate format for organizing provided
a. Identify appropriate formats for displaying and managing data/information.<br>1. Select an appropriate format: i.e., text, graph, web, gra
f. Evaluate the content of specific computer/online/digital resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Apply strategies
g. Use appropriate graphic organizers to record relevant information.<br>1. Practice using graphic organizers (e.g., note cards, webbing and
g. Use appropriate graphic organizers to record relevant information.<br>2. Practice using graphic organizers in electronic formats (e.g., Ki
h. Use original words to capture concepts and avoid plagiarism.<br>1. Capture key concepts using own words.
h. Use original words to capture concepts and avoid plagiarism.<br>2. Integrate use of technology to facilitate appropriate note-taking.
i. Record appropriate bibliographic informaiton to cite sources.<br>1. Include a basic bibliography as a component of all research assignme
i. Record appropriate bibliographic informaiton to cite sources.<br>2. Practice citing information sources.
e. Evaluate the content of specific nonprint resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Apply strategies for determinin
e. Evaluate the content of specific nonprint resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Apply criteria related to determ
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Apply strategies for determining re
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Apply criteria related to determinin
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Continue generating and applying search terminology and strateg
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Apply expanded strategies for collecting relevant information fro
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Utilize effective search strategies when using nonprint resources.
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Choose to use nonprint resources when appropriate, applying concepts related to
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Review and apply use of search terms and strategies for using print resources.
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Apply strategies for collecting relevant information from print resources, recognizin
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>4. Increase knowledge of advantages and disadvantages of using print, nonprint, and com
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>2. Continue to expand use of computer/online/digital resources.
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>3. Develop independence in locating relevant information in all formats.
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>1. Generate effective searches when using the automated catalog.
b. Use systems of classification to identify, locate, and retrieve materials to meet current need.<br>2. Independently make appropriate selec
b. Use systems of classification to identify, locate, and retrieve materials to meet current need.<br>1. Increase knowledge of call numbers.
a. Define and refine an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>3. Analyze topics of personal interest to genera
a. Define and refine an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>2. Analyze criteria of an assignment to generate
a. Define and refine an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>1. Continue to practice developing effective res
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>2. Practice and apply skills needed to become an independen
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>3. Continue to take ownership of learning by setting goals fo
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>1. Expand comprehension of the connection between the abil
c. Experience the pleasure of recreational reading.<br>1. Choose to read independently.
c. Experience the pleasure of recreational reading.<br>2. Use age-appropriate periodicals for recreational reading.
b. Use libraries to facilitate development of good reading habits.<br>2. Choose to browse, select, and enjoy library materials.
b. Use libraries to facilitate development of good reading habits.<br>1. Utilize circulation procedures and policies to effectively and efficien
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>4. Use informational materials to examine issues and questions related to
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>2. Expand use of text-to-text and text-to-world connections to explore th
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>3. Explore techniques authors use to encourage readers to examine and q
c. Utilize safe practices when working online.<br>2. Follow safe Internet practices.
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>1. Select and read age-appropriate fiction titles that reflect personal inter
c. Utilize safe practices when working online.<br>1. Discuss safety issues related to the use of the Internet.
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>3. Practice citing sources.
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>2. Practice and apply strategies for complying with fair use and copyrigh
a. Demonstrate proper care and handling of media and equipment in all formats.<br>
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>1. Practice and apply strategies for avoiding plagiarism.
c. Evaluate the research process.<br>2. Provide feedback about the research experience.
c. Evaluate the research process.<br>1. Reflect on the research experience.
b. Apply best practices related to content and layout of presentations.<br>2. Evaluate products created to communicate findings/conclusions
b. Apply best practices related to content and layout of presentations.<br>1. Practice strategies for designing layouts that communicate cont
a. Make decisions to facilitate effective communication of ideas.<br>1. Practice presenting findings in oral, written, visual, and multimedia
a. Make decisions to facilitate effective communication of ideas.<br>2. Practice and apply strategies for determining the most appropriate fo
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>5. Apply strategies for divergent thinking.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>6. Apply strategies for making personal connections with information.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>3. Apply strategies for making valid inferences.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>4. Apply strategies for visualizing.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>1. Apply strategies for identifying patterns and relationships.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>2. Apply strategies for drawing conclusions.
a. Analyze content of data/information and resources.<br>2. Practice applying strategies to identify evidence of bias or point of view.
a. Analyze content of data/information and resources.<br>1. Practice applying strategies to determine ideas being communicated in a variety
c. Match appropriate strategy/format with structure of content to be orangized.<br>
b. Interpret data/information displayed in a variety of formats<br>2. Examine samples of the same data/information displayed in a variety o
b. Interpret data/information displayed in a variety of formats<br>1. Practice interpreting data/information in a variety of formats.
a. Identify appropriate formats for displaying and managing data/information.<br>2. Identify an appropriate format for organizing provided
i. Record appropriate bibliographic informaiton to cite sources.<br>2. Practice citing information sources.
a. Identify appropriate formats for displaying and managing data/information.<br>1. Select an appropriate format: i.e., text, graph, web, gra
i. Record appropriate bibliographic informaiton to cite sources.<br>1. Include a basic bibliography as a component of all research assignme
h. Use original words to capture concepts and avoid plagiarism.<br>1. Capture key concepts using own words.
h. Use original words to capture concepts and avoid plagiarism.<br>2. Integrate use of technology to facilitate appropriate note-taking.
a. Analyze content of data/information and resources.<br>2. Explore and discuss how a character's or author's point of view impacts a story
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>1. Explore and discuss strategies for identifying patterns and relationships.
c. Match appropriate strategy/format with structure of content to be organized.<br>
a. Analyze content of data/information and resources.<br>1. Identify and discuss the main events in a variety of resources.
b. Interpret data/information displayed in a variety of formats<br>2. Explore strategies for interpreting age-appropriate displays of data/info
b. Interpret data/information displayed in a variety of formats<br>1. Explore and discuss data/information presented in a variety of age-appr
a. Identify appropriate formats for displaying and managing data/information.<br>1. Explore interpreting data/information in a variety of fo
a. Identify appropriate formats for displaying and managing data/information.<br>2. Explore recording data/information in a variety of form
i. Record appropriate bibliographic information to cite sources.<br>1. Discuss the importance of citing sources of information.
i. Record appropriate bibliographic information to cite sources.<br>2. Practice citing information sources.
h. Use original words to capture concepts and avoid plagiarism.<br>2. Participate in class/group note taking activities.
g. Use appropriate graphic organizers to record relevant information.<br>2. Discuss ways to record information.
h. Use original words to capture concepts and avoid plagiarism.<br>1. Practice capturing key concepts using own words.
g. Use appropriate graphic organizers to record relevant information.<br>1. Discuss reasons to record information.
f. Evaluate the content of specific computer/online/digital resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Discuss how to r
f. Evaluate the content of specific computer/online/digital resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Discuss the impo
e. Evaluate the content of specific nonprint resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Discuss how to recognize answ
e. Evaluate the content of specific nonprint resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Explore the importance of eval
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>2. Discuss how to recognize answers
d. Evaluate the content of specific print resources to determine accuracy and relevance of content.<br>1. Explore the importance of evaluati
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Discover the importance of utilizing effective search terminology
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Discover the importance of utilizing effective search terminology and strategies
c. Use computer/online/digital resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Explore and discuss the use of age-appropriate computer/online/d
b. Use nonprint resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Explore and discuss use of nonprint resources.
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>3. Explore parts of a book and their functions.
c. Match resources to topic of interest or need.<br>4. Recognize the there are advantages and disadvantages to using print, nonprint, and co
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>1. Explore and discuss use of print resources.
a. Use print resources effectively and efficiently.<br>2. Discover the importance of utilizing effective search terminology and strategies whe
b. Use systems of classification to identify, locate, and retrieve materials to meet current need.<br>1. Recognize the relationship between th
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>3. Generate effective questions related to to
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>2. Practice using criteria of an assignment to
a. Define and re-define an information need by formulating compelling/effective questions.<br>1. Practice developing effective research qu
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>2. Develop age-appropriate skills for independent learning.
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>3. Take ownership of learning by setting goals focusing on as
d. Recognize the connection between reading and being a lifelong learner.<br>1. Recognize the connection between the ability to read and s
c. Experience the pleasure of recreational reading.<br>2. Use age-appropriate periodicals for recreational reading.
c. Experience the pleasure of recreational reading.<br>1. Enhance the pleasure of reading by listening to and independently reading books.
b. Use libraries to facilitate development of good reading habits.<br>2. Choose to browse, select, and enjoy library materials.
b. Use libraries to facilitate development of good reading habits.<br>1. Utilize circulation procedures and policies to access reading materia
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>4. Use informational materials to begin making a connection between ba
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>3. Practice using story structure concepts (characters, setting, goal, actio
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>2. Make text-to-text connections as well as text-to-self connections.
c. Utilize safe practices when working online.<br>1. Discuss safety issues related to the use of the Internet.
c. Utilize safe practices when working online.<br>2. Follow safe Internet practices.
a. Identify relationships between text and situations in real life.<br>1. Listen to, read, and discuss a wider variety of stories focusing discuss
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>3. Explore and discuss how to cite sources.
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>2. Explore and discuss the concept of copyright as a legal protection of so
a. Demonstrate proper care and handling of media and equipment in all formats.<br>
b. Exhibit respect for the intellectual property rights of others.<br>1. Explore and discuss the concept of plagiarism as taking something tha
c. Evaluate the research process.<br>1. Reflect on the research experience.
c. Evaluate the research process.<br>2. Provide feedback about the research experience.
b. Apply best practices related to content and layout of presentations.<br>2. Evaluate products created to communicate findings/conclusions
b. Apply best practices related to content and layout of presentations.<br>1. Share information in age-appropriate oral, visual, written, and m
a. Make decisions to facilitate effective communication of ideas.<br>2. Discuss how to choose the most appropriate format for sharing findi
a. Make decisions to facilitate effective communication of ideas.<br>1. Explore and discuss options for sharing information findings.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>4. Explore and discuss strategies for visualizing.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>5. Explore and discuss strategies for divergent thinking.
b. Apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies.<br>6. Explore and discuss strategies for making personal connections with inform
The student will use scientific skills and processes to collect, organize, and interpret information as it relates to weather and seasons.
Observe, describe, and record changes in daily weather conditions and recognize that weather can change from day to day.
Describe how weather conditions can affect intos activities and the kind of clothing they wear.
Describe the environmental changes that occur during each season.
Classify the weather conditions and events associated with each season.
The student will use scientific skills and processes to collect, organize, and interpret information as it relates to weather and seasons.
Observe, describe, and record changes in daily weather conditions and recognize that weather can change from day to day.
Describe how weather conditions can affect intos activities and the kind of clothing they wear. Cool!
Identify and name the four seasons.
Describe the environmental changes that occur during each season.
Classify the weather conditions and events associated with each season.
Describe the environmental changes that occur during each season.
Classify the weather conditions and events associated with each season.
Describe the environmental changes that occur during each season.
Classify the weather conditions and events associated with each season.
Describe the environmental changes that occur during each season.
Classify the weather conditions and events associated with each season.
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appreciate dance as an art form
define and demonstrate proper dance etiquette
define and demonstrate leadership skills
define and demonstrate basic technical skills in all dance forms
identify and demonstrate kinesthetic sense in many dance forms
demonstrate awareness of appropriate audience behavior
define projection skills
discover their own potential as a participant in dance
demonstrate proper dance etiquette
refine leadership skills
show initiative to perform leadership roles
define and demonstrate technical competencies across all dance forms
demonstrate and apply kinesthetic sense to all dance forms
demonstrate appropriate audience behavior
develop projection skills
support a commitment to dance an art form
demonstrate active leadership roles
define and demonstrate advanced technical competencies
refine kinesthetic sense through self-evaluation and correction
refine appropriate behavior in a variety of dance settings
apply projection skills as a technique to communicate ideas, thoughts, and feelings to an audience
discover and experience mvement from various historical periods, choreographers, and cultures
explain a variety of social issues as they relate to the dance
describe and perform styles from various histroical periods, choeographers, and cultures
interpret a variety of social issues through performance
distinguish and implement styles from various historical periods, chorepgrphers, and cultures
communicate social issues through dance performance
display readiness for choreography by experimenting through improvisation
identify fundamentals of composition
identify and explain aspects of performance competencies and stage production
organize fundamentals of composition to create movement sequences and dances
apply concepts of performance competencies to stage production
choreograph dance that illustrate competent understanding of composition
refine principles of performance competencies in stage production
explore dance career options
formulate aesthetic criteria to evaluate observed dance performance
respond to evaluation of teacher
apply established guidelines to evaluate peers
evaulate their own performance and the performance of others using aesthetic criteria
respond to evaluation from teacher and peers
forumalte, apply, and communicate aesthetic critieria for evaluating personal performance and that of others
respond and interpret teacher, peer, and professional adjudicator evaluation of personal and group performance
identify how healthy practices enhance their ability to dance
identify personal goals as they relate to dance
demonstrate healthy practices as they relate to dance
identify and evaluate personal progress
extend knowledge of healthy practices to meet their individual goals
evaluate personal progress as it relates to individual and group performance
develop a healthy lifestyle based on their experience in dance
demonstrate concepts between dance and other disciplines
select concepts from other disciplines to create compositions and dances
integrate concepts from other disciplines to create composition dances, and productions
appreciate dance as an art form
define and demonstrate proper dance etiquette
define and demonstrate leadership skills
define and demonstrate basic technical skills in all dance forms
identify and demonstrate kinesthetic sense in many dance forms
demonstrate awareness of appropriate audience behavior
define projection skills
discover their own potential as a participant in dance
demonstrate proper dance etiquette
refine leadership skills
show initiative to perform leadership roles
define and demonstrate technical competencies across all dance forms
demonstrate and apply kinesthetic sense to all dance forms
demonstrate appropriate audience behavior
develop projection skills
discover and experience mvement from various historical periods, choreographers, and cultures
explain a variety of social issues as they relate to the dance
describe and perform styles from various histroical periods, choeographers, and cultures
interpret a variety of social issues through performance
display readiness for choreography by experimenting through improvisation
identify fundamentals of composition
identify and explain aspects of performance competencies and stage production
organize fundamentals of composition to create movement sequences and dances
apply concepts of performance competencies to stage production
formulate aesthetic criteria to evaluate observed dance performance
respond to evaluation of teacher
apply established guidelines to evaluate peers
evaulate their own performance and the performance of others using aesthetic criteria
respond to evaluation from teacher and peers
identify how healthy practices enhance their ability to dance
identify personal goals as they relate to dance
demonstrate healthy practices as they relate to dance
identify and evaluate personal progress
extend knowledge of healthy practices to meet their individual goals
demonstrate concepts between dance and other disciplines
select concepts from other disciplines to create compositions and dances
appreciate dance as an art form
define and demonstrate proper dance etiquette
define and demonstrate leadership skills
define and demonstrate basic technical skills in all dance forms
identify and demonstrate kinesthetic sense in many dance forms
demonstrate awareness of appropriate audience behavior
define projection skills
discover their own potential as a participant in dance
demonstrate proper dance etiquette
refine leadership skills
show initiative to perform leadership roles
define and demonstrate technical competencies across all dance forms
demonstrate and apply kinesthetic sense to all dance forms
demonstrate appropriate audience behavior
develop projection skills
support a commitment to dance an art form
demonstrate active leadership roles
define and demonstrate advanced technical competencies
refine kinesthetic sense through self-evaluation and correction
refine appropriate behavior in a variety of dance settings
apply projection skills as a technique to communicate ideas, thoughts, and feelings to an audience
discover and experience movement from various historical periods, choreographers, and cultures
explain a variety of social issues as they relate to the dance
describe and perform styles from various histroical periods, choeographers, and cultures
interpret a variety of social issues through performance
distinguish and implement styles from various historical periods, chorepgrphers, and cultures
communicate social issues through dance performance
display readiness for choreography by experimenting through improvisation
identify fundamentals of composition
identify and explain aspects of performance competencies and stage production
organize fundamentals of composition to create movement sequences and dances
apply concepts of performance competencies to stage production
choreograph dance that illustrate competent understanding of composition
refine principles of performance competencies in stage production
explore dance career options
formulate aesthetic criteria to evaluate observed dance performance
respond to evaluation of teacher
apply established guidelines to evaluate peers
evaulate their own performance and the performance of others using aesthetic criteria
respond to evaluation from teacher and peers
forumalte, apply, and communicate aesthetic critieria for evaluating personal performance and that of others
respond and interpret teacher, peer, and professional adjudicator evaluation of personal and group performance
identify how healthy practices enhance their ability to dance
identify personal goals as they relate to dance
demonstrate healthy practices as they relate to dance
identify and evaluate personal progress
extend knowledge of healthy practices to meet their individual goals
evaluate personal progress as it relates to individual and group performance
develop a healthy lifestyle based on their experience in dance
demonstrate concepts between dance and other disciplines
select concepts from other disciplines to create compositions and dances
integrate concepts from other disciplines to create composition dances, and productions
appreciate dance as an art form
define and demonstrate proper dance etiquette
define and demonstrate leadership skills
define and demonstrate basic technical skills in all dance forms
identify and demonstrate kinesthetic sense in many dance forms
demonstrate awareness of appropriate audience behavior
define projection skills
discover their own potential as a participant in dance
demonstrate proper dance etiquette
refine leadership skills
show initiative to perform leadership roles
define and demonstrate technical competencies across all dance forms
demonstrate and apply kinesthetic sense to all dance forms
demonstrate appropriate audience behavior
develop projection skills
support a commitment to dance an art form
demonstrate active leadership roles
define and demonstrate advanced technical competencies
refine kinesthetic sense through self-evaluation and correction
refine appropriate behavior in a variety of dance settings
apply projection skills as a technique to communicate ideas, thoughts, and feelings to an audience
discover and experience movement from various historical periods, choreographers, and cultures
explain a variety of social issues as they relate to the dance
describe and perform styles from various histroical periods, choeographers, and cultures
interpret a variety of social issues through performance
distinguish and implement styles from various historical periods, chorepgrphers, and cultures
communicate social issues through dance performance
display readiness for choreography by experimenting through improvisation
identify fundamentals of composition
identify and explain aspects of performance competencies and stage production
organize fundamentals of composition to create movement sequences and dances
apply concepts of performance competencies to stage production
choreograph dance that illustrate competent understanding of composition
refine principles of performance competencies in stage production
explore dance career options
formulate aesthetic criteria to evaluate observed dance performance
respond to evaluation of teacher
apply established guidelines to evaluate peers
evaulate their own performance and the performance of others using aesthetic criteria
respond to evaluation from teacher and peers
forumalte, apply, and communicate aesthetic critieria for evaluating personal performance and that of others
respond and interpret teacher, peer, and professional adjudicator evaluation of personal and group performance
identify how healthy practices enhance their ability to dance
identify personal goals as they relate to dance
demonstrate healthy practices as they relate to dance
identify and evaluate personal progress
extend knowledge of healthy practices to meet their individual goals
evaluate personal progress as it relates to individual and group performance
develop a healthy lifestyle based on their experience in dance
demonstrate concepts between dance and other disciplines
select concepts from other disciplines to create compositions and dances
integrate concepts from other disciplines to create composition dances, and productions
appreciate dance as an art form
define and demonstrate proper dance etiquette
define and demonstrate leadership skills
define and demonstrate basic technical skills in all dance forms
identify and demonstrate kinesthetic sense in many dance forms
demonstrate awareness of appropriate audience behavior
define projection skills
discover their own potential as a participant in dance
demonstrate proper dance etiquette
refine leadership skills
show initiative to perform leadership roles
define and demonstrate technical competencies across all dance forms
demonstrate and apply kinesthetic sense to all dance forms
demonstrate appropriate audience behavior
develop projection skills
support a commitment to dance an art form
demonstrate active leadership roles
define and demonstrate advanced technical competencies
refine kinesthetic sense through self-evaluation and correction
refine appropriate behavior in a variety of dance settings
apply projection skills as a technique to communicate ideas, thoughts, and feelings to an audience
discover and experience movement from various historical periods, choreographers, and cultures
explain a variety of social issues as they relate to the dance
describe and perform styles from various histroical periods, choeographers, and cultures
interpret a variety of social issues through performance
distinguish and implement styles from various historical periods, choreographers, and cultures
communicate social issues through dance performance
display readiness for choreography by experimenting through improvisation
identify fundamentals of composition
identify and explain aspects of performance competencies and stage production
organize fundamentals of composition to create movement sequences and dances
apply concepts of performance competencies to stage production
choreograph dance that illustrate competent understanding of composition
refine principles of performance competencies in stage production
explore dance career options
formulate aesthetic criteria to evaluate observed dance performance
respond to evaluation of teacher
apply established guidelines to evaluate peers
evaulate their own performance and the performance of others using aesthetic criteria
respond to evaluation from teacher and peers
formulate, apply, and communicate aesthetic criteria for evaluating personal performance and that of others
respond and interpret teacher, peer, and professional adjudicator evaluation of personal and group performance
identify how healthy practices enhance their ability to dance
identify personal goals as they relate to dance
demonstrate healthy practices as they relate to dance
identify and evaluate personal progress
extend knowledge of healthy practices to meet their individual goals
evaluate personal progress as it relates to individual and group performance
develop a healthy lifestyle based on their experience in dance
demonstrate concepts between dance and other disciplines
select concepts from other disciplines to create compositions and dances
integrate concepts from other disciplines to create composition dances, and productions
Differentiate connotative from denotative meanings of words.
Explain how a dependent (subordinate) clause is a sentence component that can function as a modifier (adjective clause, adverb clause) by:<
Explain how a dependent (subordinate) clause is a sentence component that can function as a modifier (adjective clause, adverb clause) by:<
Explain how some words and phrases (gerunds, gerund phrases) can take the place of nouns in a sentence. <i>Examples: Running is my fav
Use coordination and subordination of sentence components by:<br> Subordinating sentence components to link or contrast related materia
Use coordination and subordination of sentence components by:<br> Identifying sentence-combining possibilities during the revision stage
Employ sentence combining as a support or scaffolding for original sentence composing by:<br> Using particular and identifiable types of p
Employ sentence combining as a support or scaffolding for original sentence composing by:<br> Using skills acquired through sentence com
Discover how a variety of paragraphs is possible and acceptable from a series of single clusters related by theme or topic by:<br> Exploring
Discover how a variety of paragraphs is possible and acceptable from a series of single clusters related by theme or topic by:<br> Comparin
Apply the conventions for punctuating phrases and clauses by:<br> Using commas to set off a nonessential adjective clause.
Apply the conventions for punctuating phrases and clauses by: <br>Using a comma to set off an adverb clause where appropriate (e.g., an in
Vary the placement of individual components (words, phrases, and clauses) as modifiers by placing modifiers clearly and effectively in any
Use coordination and subordination of sentence components effectively by improving the rhythm of a composition with appropriate coordin
Use parallel grammatical components when appropriate by identifying situations in which parallel structure is needed (e.g., in a series, in co
Eliminate or reconstruct misplaced or dangling modifiers by identifying dangling modifiers as phrases or clauses that do not logically seem
Revise sentences for conciseness and clarity using specific, precise language.
Select language to create appropriate tone by: Choosing tone effectively (e.g., humorous, urgent, formal, informal) for purpose and audience
Select language to create appropriate tone by: Recognizing how word choice affects tone.
Gain an appreciation of the many different dialects of English through study of oral discourse, film, and literature by describing linguistic va
Explore the status of Standard English as a language of wider communication in academic and career settings by recognizing how the langu
Identify and use formal and informal language appropriate to a particular purpose and audience by:<br> Employing informal language to ac
Identify and use formal and informal language appropriate to a particular purpose and audience by:<br> Revising a text to address a new au
Familiarize himself/herself with the structure of the Critical Reading section of the SAT.
Employ strategies and approaches to comprehend a variety of fictional and nonfictional reading passages.
Use context clues to answer sentence completion questions
Reflect upon his/her strengths and weaknesses when completing SAT activities.
Identify specific structural elements of particular literary forms: poetry, essay, and journalistic writing by:<br> Recognizing cultural influen
Identify specific structural elements of particular literary forms: poetry, essay, and journalistic writing by: <br>Comparing the structure of p
Identify specific structural elements of particular literary forms: poetry, essay, and journalistic writing by:<br> Analyzing how journal entrie
Identify specific structural elements of particular literary forms: poetry, essay, and journalistic writing by: <br>Analyzing the effectiveness o
Examine meaning by determining how the speaker, organization, sentence structure, word choice, tone, rhythm, and imagery reveal an autho
Examine meaning by determining how the speaker, organization, sentence structure, word choice, tone, rhythm, and imagery reveal an autho
Use <b>pre-reading strategies</b> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge, fo
Use <b>pre-reading strategies</b> . . . by: <br>Exploring ornate language
Use <b>pre-reading strategies</b> . . . by: <br>Discussing prior knowledge about the "English" spelling for common words which differ fro
Use <b>pre-reading strategies</b> . . . by: <br>Defining "aphorism" and the significance of aphorisms in Franklin's writings.
Use <b>pre-reading strategies</b> . . . by:<br> Discussing the epistolary structure (letter format) and its significance in Bradford's / Sewell'
Use <b>during-reading strategies</b> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by visualizing, making connections, and using fix
Use <b>after-reading strategies</b> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by summarizing, comparing, contrasting, synthesiz
Employ strategies and approaches to comprehend a variety of fictional and nonfictional SAT-type reading passages.
Make inferential connections between literary and non-literary text.
(G/T) Analyze the use of rhetoric in essays, poetry, and speeches by: <br>Evaluating an author's choice of diction to create a tone.
(G/T) Analyze the use of rhetoric in essays, poetry, and speeches by:<br> Determining the effectiveness of argumentative devices.
(G/T) Determine the effectiveness of language used in self-selected essays.
Approach sentence completions for SAT-type sentences by inferring the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary words through context clues and
Construct diary entries which reflect the writing styles of the Colonial diarists.
Compose an editorial addressing societal concerns of the Colonial Period. Construct logical arguments for panel discussions such as "The L
Compose a 25-minute timed argumentative response to an SAT prompt.
Reflect upon his/her strengths and weaknesses when completing SAT activities.
(G/T) Compose an AP-type timed response by:<br> Reading a passage, poetry or prose and analyzing the effectiveness of the author's use o
Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by:<br> Selecting a logical sequence of ideas or sentences for a personal narr
Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by:<br> Selecting an appropriate organizational structure for a personal narra
Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by:<br> Selecting or deselecting information to suit a given purpose or audien
Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when examining ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions.
Use suitable traditional and electronic resources to refine and edit a personal narrative for effective and appropriate use of language and con
State and explain a personal response to a primary source such as a journal or diary.
Assess the effectiveness of diction that extends meaning in a persuasive speech.
Analyze how the literature from the Colonial period and Revolutionary period reflects the religious, political, and social attitudes of the peo
(G/T) Evaluate the effectiveness of rhetoric in the author's intent to support a position.
(G/T) Analyze the effectiveness of poetic devices / literary devices.
(G/T) Evaluate the textual structure of poetry and how it conveys meaning.
(G/T) Analyze the textual structure of prose and how it relates to the work as a whole.
Deliver a persuasive speech designed to evoke change.
(G/T) Explore techniques of extemporaneous speaking.
(G/T) Explain how structure and delivery (intonation, pitch, volume, pause, rate, movement, and gesture) affect the meaning of oral texts.
Identify historical connections and European influences on Romanticism.
Recognize Romantic elements by: Identifying the influence of the supernatural, paranormal, bizarre, and mystic.
Recognize Romantic elements by:<br> Describing the purpose of idealized settings: woods, castles, and exotic lands.
Recognize Romantic elements by:<br> Explaining the choice of archetypal characters: devil, hero, and anti-hero.
Define Transcendentalism by:<br> Understanding ideals of self-reliance and individualism.
Define Transcendentalism by: <br>Describing the impact of the author's use of the senses, including intuition as it relates to the human spiri
Define Transcendentalism by:<br> Delineating the emotional response to nature and society.
Explain connections between and among themes in Romantic works.
Explain connections between and among themes in Transcendental literature.
Explain the effectiveness of stylistic elements such as choice of details which communicate a Romantic writer's purpose.
Explain the effectiveness of stylistic elements which communicate a Transcendentalist writer's purpose.
Extend or further develop meaning by comparing texts presented in different media.
Use <b>after-reading strategies</b> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by summarizing, comparing, contrasting, synthesiz
Use <b>after-reading strategies</b> . . . when: <br>Investigating symbolic meaning.
Employ strategies and approaches to comprehend a variety of fictional and nonfictional SAT-type passages.
(G/T) Analyze how the author uses theme, style, syntax, and literary elements to illustrate traits of Romanticism and Transcendentalism.
(G/T) Analyze the use of rhetoric in essays, poetry, and speeches of the time period by:<br> Evaluating an author's choice of diction to crea
(G/T) Analyze the use of rhetoric in essays, poetry, and speeches of the time period by:<br> Determining how the structure, details, and syn
Approach sentence completions for SAT-type sentences by inferring the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary words through context clues and
Compose to persuade by writing an argumentative essay in response to a quotation such as: <br>"If a man does not keep pace with his comp
Compose a 25-minute timed argumentative response to an SAT-type prompt.
Reflect upon his/her strengths and weaknesses when completing SAT activities
Compose a professional resume appropriate for the junior year World of Work interview by:<br>Selecting an appropriate format.<br>Inclu
Compose a business letter suitable for use as a cover letter to accompany a resume by:<br>Selecting an appropriate audience.<br>Choosing
Formulate a response to possible interview questions while:<br>Maintaining eye contact.<br>Using formal English.<br>Demonstrating pro
(G/T) Compose an AP-type timed response by reading a passage and analyzing its rhetoric, particularly diction, tone, structure, syntax, and
(G/T) Analyze the effectiveness of rhetoric in an analytical essay.
(G/T) Analyze the textual structure of poetry/prose and how it relates to the work as a whole (G/T).
(G/T) Construct a personal narrative as part of the college application process to accompany the resume and cover letter by:<br>Researchin
Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes. See Unit 2, Objective f.1.
Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing. See Unit 2, Objective f.2.
Use resources to edit for conventions. See Unit 2, Objective f.3.
Alter the tone of a descriptive passage from literature by changing informal to formal writing (or vice versa).
Assess the effectiveness of his or her organizational pattern in an expository essay.
Evaluate the quality of resumes and their relationship to specific career or educational choices.
Evaluate the use of transitions and their effectiveness.
Evaluate the quality of cover letter choices and their relationship to specific career or educational choices.
(G/T) Evaluate the effect Henry David Thoreau's Walden experiment had on American society then and now.
(G/T) Evaluate the textual structure of prose/poetry and how it conveys meaning of the text.
Present arguments in panel discussion / seminar format.
(G/T) Deliver an extemporaneous speech.
(G/T) Explain how structure and delivery (intonation, pitch, volume, pause, rate, movement, and gesture) affect the meaning of oral texts.
Use <b>pre-reading strategies</b> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge, fo
Use <b>pre-reading strategies</b> . . . by: Making connections among literature, culture, and history.
Use <b>pre-reading strategies</b> . . . by:<br> Recognizing the implications of text features such as title, subheadings, pictures, forewords,
Use <b>pre-reading strategies</b> . . . by:<br> Linking appropriate experiences and prior knowledge about the topic, author, or type of ma
Use <b>pre-reading strategies</b> . . . by:<br> Defining Realism as the author's ability to portray the everyday experience through characte
Use <b>during-reading strategies</b> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: <br>Making a connection to the text and the
Use <b>during-reading strategies</b> . . . by:<br> Making a connection to the text and the definition of Naturalism as an extension of Reali
Use <b>during-reading strategies</b> . . . by: <br>Making connections between plot, characterization, setting, and themes with relevant pri
Use <b>during-reading strategies</b> . . . by: <br>Identifying major authors, popular genres, and recurring themes associated with Realism
Use <b>during-reading strategies</b> . . . by: <br>Identifying levels of interpretation including literal, figurative, and psychological.
Use <b>during-reading strategies</b> . . . by: <br>Tracing a recurring theme or motif throughout a novel.
Use <b>during-reading strategies</b> . . . by: <br>Demonstrating an understanding of the immigrant experience and its influence on Ameri
Use <b>after-reading strategies</b> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: <br>Summarizing an author's beliefs and attitu
Use <b>after-reading strategies</b> . . . by: <br> Comparing and contrasting various pieces of literature for the purpose of recognizing tene
Use <b>after-reading strategies</b> . . . by: <br>Drawing conclusions as to how Regionalism, Naturalism and the psychological novel are o
Use <b>after-reading strategies</b> . . . by:<br> Validating the purpose for reading by examining how Realism in America grew out of writ
Use <b>after-reading strategies</b> . . . by: <br>Differentiating between Realism and Romanticism according to style, structure, diction, im
(G/T) Use <b>after-reading strategies</b> . . . by:<br> Comparing various forms of poetry in Realism, Regionalism, and/or naturalism, par
Employ strategies and approaches to comprehend a variety of fictional and nonfictional SAT-type passages.
Approach sentence completions for SAT-type sentences by inferring the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary words through context clues and
Parody a self-selected text from the American Frontier time period using contemporary themes.
Respond to an SAT prompt within a 25-minute time period.
Reflect upon his/her strengths and weaknesses when completing SAT activities
(G/T) Compose an AP-type timed writing response by reading a passage, prose or poetry, and analyzing the passage for language, structure,
Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes. See Unit 2, Objective f.1.
Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing. See Unit 2, Objective f.2.
Use resources to edit for conventions. See Unit 2, Objective f.3.
Describe the effect that a given text, heard or read, has on a listener or reader by:<br> Examining three poems and comparing and contrastin
Describe the effect that a given text, heard or read, has on a listener or reader by:<br> Assessing the effectiveness of an author's style.
Describe the effect that a given text, heard or read, has on a listener or reader by:<br> Stating and explaining a personal response to the poe
Describe the effect that a given text, heard or read, has on a listener or reader by:<br> Identifying specific words, phrases, images, and symb
(G/T) Describe the effect that a given text, heard or read, has on a listener or reader by:<br> Evaluating an author's use of rhetoric and style
Explore techniques of public speaking.
Rehearse oral texts for effective application of diction, intonation, and rhetorical strategies, such as introductions, sequence, illustrations, an
(G/T) Explain how structure and delivery (intonation, pitch, volume, pause, rate, movement, and gesture) affect the meaning of oral texts.
(G/T) Prepare a presentation that highlights major points of the documented research paper by: <br>Deciding upon a format for the presenta
Select passages from literature that present increasing tension resulting from internal conflicts and external conflicts by:<br>Selecting a pas
Identify the stages through which a dynamic character develops in a short story or novel by:<br>Identifying initial action, rising action, clim
Identify levels of interpretation including literal, symbolic, sociological, and psychological by:<br>Analyzing selected works.<br>Construc
Identify the relationship between imagery and theme.
Explain the meaning of symbols as related to a theme.
Investigate descriptive passages which help to establish setting, point of view, and characterization.
Recognize elements of Modernism in poetry and prose as:<br>A reaction to America's emergence as a world power<br>The disillusionmen
Recognize elements of Postmodernism in poetry and prose as:<br>A reflection of the fragmentation of society with a sense of isolation and
Employ strategies and approaches to comprehend a variety of fictional and nonfictional SAT-type passages.
Approach sentence completions for SAT-type sentences by inferring the meaning of unfamiliar vocabulary words through context clues and
(G/T) Determine how the author's diction, tone, and style in an essay support the thoughts presented in a short story, novel, play, or poem.
Compose various forms of lyric poetry by:<br>Selecting several lyric poems for discussion and analysis.<br>Imitating lyric poem style with
Construct a position paper with documented information from an authoritative source in preparation for a debate by:<br>Selecting appropri
Compose a narrative that reconstructs a descriptive passage from literature by changing the point of view by:<br>Selecting an appropriate p
Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text focusing on themes of the period by:<br>Analyzing the author's diction, tone, and style
Respond to an SAT-type prompt within a 25-minute time period.
Reflect upon his/her strengths and weaknesses when completing SAT activities
(G/T) Compose an AP-type timed writing response by: <br>Reading a passage, prose or poetry, and analyzing the passage for language, str
Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes. See Unit 2, Objective f.1.
Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing. See Unit 2, Objective f.2.
Use resources to edit for conventions. See Unit 2, Objective f.3.
Evaluate articles and informal essays by:<br>Assessing the appropriateness of tone and method of development.<br>Assessing the appropri
Evaluate how a playwright's division of acts and scenes works to enhance the development of plot and character.
Evaluate the presentation of stage plays.
(G/T) Evaluate the effectiveness of the author's style by:<br>Assessing the author's plot development to provide meaning.
(G/T) Evaluate the effectiveness of the author's style by:<br> Examining the poet's use of form and structure to convey theme, meaning, and
(G/T) Evaluate the effectiveness of the author's style by:<br> Evaluating the use of transitions, or lack of transitions, for a specific purpose
(G/T) Evaluate the effectiveness of the author's style by:<br> Explaining how authors use language and expressions to affect an audience's r
Explore techniques of public speaking.
Rehearse oral texts for effective application of diction, intonation, and rhetorical strategies, such as introductions, sequence, illustrations, an
(G/T) Explain how structure and delivery (intonation, pitch, volume, pause, rate, movement, and gesture) affect the meaning of oral texts.
Define the information problem by:<br> Identifying a problem that is <b>appropriate in topic and scope</b> to the given assignment
Define the information problem by:<br> Identifying a problem that is <b>suitable for an academic audience</b>
<b>Identify information needed</b> in order to complete the task; i.e., to solve the information problem by:<br> <b>Asking essential ques
<b>Identify information needed</b> in order to complete the task; i.e., to solve the information problem by:<br> <b>Organizing his/her thi
<b>Determine the range</b> of possible sources by:<br> <b>Brainstorming options</b>
<b>Determine the range</b> of possible sources by: <br><i>Consulting with teacher, media specialist, and/or librarian to identify potential
<b>Evaluate</b> the possible sources to determine priorities by:<br> Identifying what <b>type of sources</b> the question requires: <i>pr
(G/T) Analyze the use of rhetoric in essays, poetry, and speeches by:<br> Determining the effectiveness of argumentative devices.
<b>Evaluate</b> the possible sources to determine priorities by:<br> Identifying the <b>locations</b> of various sources: <i>Internet, libr
<b>Evaluate</b> the possible sources to determine priorities by:<br> Determining the <b>date range</b> of acceptable resources (historic
Identify sources appropriate to the topic by:<br> <b>Seeking smart on the Internet using Boolean operatives</b>
Identify sources appropriate to the topic by:<br> <b>Selecting among a variety of search engines</b>
Identify sources appropriate to the topic by:<br> <b>Using both the school's library and other libraries (public or college)</b>
Identify sources appropriate to the topic by:<br> <b>Utilizing both print and non-print resources</b>
Evaluate sources for <b>credibility</b> (VSC 2.1.5) by: <b>Distinguishing between evidence and inference</b>
Evaluate sources for <b>credibility</b> (VSC 2.1.5) by:<br> Evaluating the <b>range and quality of evidence used to advance or refute an
Evaluate sources for <b>credibility</b> (VSC 2.1.5) by:<br> <b>Analyzing an author’s implicit and explicit assumptions and beliefs about
Evaluate sources for <b>credibility</b> (VSC 2.1.5) by:<br> <b>Analyzing two or more texts</b> addressing the same topic to determine
Find information within sources.
Engage with the information in a source (read, listen, view, touch) by:<br> <b>Skimming and scanning informational text</b>
Engage with the information in a source (read, listen, view, touch) by:<br> <b>Reading for main ideas</b> (VSC 1.2.2., 1.2.3)
Engage with the information in a source (read, listen, view, touch) by:<br> <b>Reading and comprehending a variety of texts on a given top
Engage with the information in a source (read, listen, view, touch) by:<br> <b>Comprehending charts, graphs, and other text features</b>
Engage with the information in a source (read, listen, view, touch) by:<br> <b>Analyzing non-print resources</b> (e.g., photographs, paint
Extract relevant information from a source (VSC 3.3.4) by:<br> <b>Taking effective notes, knowing when and how to quote, paraphrase, o
Extract relevant information from a source (VSC 3.3.4) by:<br> <b>Recognizing the point of view of a source</b>
Extract relevant information from a source (VSC 3.3.4) by:<br> <b>Distinguishing between fact and opinion</b>
Extract relevant information from a source (VSC 3.3.4) by:<br> <b> Recognizing fallacies in logic when reading and writing persuasive tex
Document sources by:<br> Creating a bibliography (<b>Works Cited</b>) using <b>MLA style</b>
Document sources by:<br> <b>Preparing a works consulted page in <b>MLA style</b>
Document sources by:<br> <b>Using parenthetical (in-text) notation</b>
Document sources by:<br> <b>Understanding what constitutes plagiarism and how to avoid it</b>
Document sources by:<br> Preparing an <b>annotated bibliography</b> in MLA style
Organize and integrate information from multiple sources by:<br> Developing an <b>outline</b> using MLA format and a minimum of thr
Develop an outline showing <b>understanding of both topic and sentence outlines</b> (Note: the choice of the method used for the require
Develop an outline <b>applying principles of coordination and subordination of ideas</b>
Develop an outline <b>applying parallelism</b>
Develop an outline <b>including at least two subcategories under each category</b>
Organize and integrate information from multiple sources by:<br> <b>Embedding direct quotations</b> in a variety of ways
Organize and integrate information from multiple sources by:<br> <b>Using paraphrases and summaries when appropriate</b>
Present the information by:<br> Identifying the <b>audience(s)</b>.
Present the information by:<br> <b>Constructing a clearly defined thesis</b>.
Present the information by:<br> Selecting an appropriate <b>mode of writing</b>: exposition, persuasion, narration, and description. (Note
Present the information by:<br> Composing a <b>multi-paragraph essay</b> following the 6+1 Traits of Writing (see the High School Wri
Compose a multi-paragraph essay by:<br> Creating an appropriate <b>title</b>.
Compose a multi-paragraph essay by:<br> Composing an effective <b>introduction</b> and <b>conclusion</b>.
Employ effective strategies for <b>drafting, revision, and editing</b>.
Incorporate <b>self-review</b> strategies.
Incorporate <b>peer review</b> strategies.
<b>Use MLA format for all aspects of the paper</b> such as <i>parenthetical notation (in-text citation), layout, titling, and pagination</i>.
Utilize <b>Turnitin.com</b> as a resource.
<b>Reflect on the effectiveness of the written product</b>.
<b>Request feedback from the audience(s)</b>.
<b>Identify areas for improvement</b>.
<b>Reflect on the efficiency and helpfulness of the information problem-solving process</b>.
Differentiate connotative from denotative meanings of words.
Explain how a dependent (subordinate) clause is a sentence component that can function as a modifier (adjective clause, adverb clause) by:<
Explain how a dependent (subordinate) clause is a sentence component that can function as a modifier (adjective clause, adverb clause) by:<
Explain how some words and phrases (gerunds, gerund phrases) can take the place of nouns in a sentence. <i>Examples: Running is my fav
Use coordination and subordination of sentence components by:<br>Subordinating sentence components to link or contrast related material
Use coordination and subordination of sentence components by:<br>Identifying sentence-combining possibilities during the revision stage o
Employ sentence combining as a support or scaffolding for original sentence composing by:<br>Using particular and identifiable types of p
Employ sentence combining as a support or scaffolding for original sentence composing by:<br>Using skills acquired through sentence com
Discover how a variety of paragraphs is possible and acceptable from a series of single clusters related by theme or topic by:<br>Exploring
Discover how a variety of paragraphs is possible and acceptable from a series of single clusters related by theme or topic by:<br>Comparing
Apply the conventions for punctuating phrases and clauses by:<br>Using commas to set off a nonessential adjective clause.
Apply the conventions for punctuating phrases and clauses by:<br>Using a comma to set off an adverb clause where appropriate (e.g., an in
Vary the placement of individual components (words, phrases, and clauses) as modifiers by placing modifiers clearly and effectively in any
Use coordination and subordination of sentence components effectively by improving the rhythm of a composition with appropriate coordin
Use parallel grammatical components when appropriate by identifying situations in which parallel structure is needed (e.g., in a series, in co
Eliminate or reconstruct misplaced or dangling modifiers by identifying dangling modifiers as phrases or clauses that do not logically seem
Revise sentences for conciseness and clarity using specific, precise language.
Select language to create appropriate tone by:<br>Choosing tone effectively (e.g., humorous, urgent, formal, informal) for purpose and audi
Select language to create appropriate tone by:<br>Recognizing how word choice affects tone.
Gain an appreciation of the many different dialects of English through study of oral discourse, film, and literature by describing linguistic va
Explore the status of Standard English as a language of wider communication in academic and career settings by recognizing how the langu
Identify and use formal and informal language appropriate to a particular purpose and audience by:<br>Employing informal language to ach
Identify and use formal and informal language appropriate to a particular purpose and audience by:<br>Revising a text to address a new aud
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Identifying social issues within a text.
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Analyzing the purpose and intended audience for selected works.
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Analyzing passages to assess an author’s beliefs and attitudes.
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Relating issues in a text to cultural, historical, or contemporary co
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Relating issues in a text to personal experience.
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Explaining the interrelationship of literary elements such as plot,
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Assessing the appropriateness of diction, tone, and structure in rel
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Identifying main ideas and supportive evidence.
(G/T) Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Analyzing and evaluating the writer’s use of rhetorical devi
(G/T) Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Making inferential connections between literary and non-lit
Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Identifying social issues.
Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Analyzing ideas and messages in seminars, debates, or electronic media.
Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Examining text features such as graphics and spatial arrangements that enhance, elaborate,
Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Evaluating the presentation of speeches, lectures, and editorials.
Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Evaluating media presentations of advertisements, news, ideas, and opinions.
Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Evaluating the dramatic presentation of literary texts.
(G/T) Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Assessing visual representations of text through duo interpretation.
(G/T) Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Evaluating contemporary images and their relevancy to literary text.
(G/T) Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Analyzing the relevancy between a 19 century political speech which addresses a soc
Apply techniques of narrative writing that may be appropriate for a college application essay by:<br>Composing a personal narrative related
Apply techniques of narrative writing that may be appropriate for a college application essay by:<br>Creating a character sketch that investi
(G/T) Apply techniques of narrative writing that may be appropriate for a college application essay by:<br>Composing an authentic respons
Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text focusing on social issues by:<br>Analyzing the author's diction, tone, and style.
(G/T) Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text focusing on social issues by: <br>Determining how the author’s diction, tone, an
Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text focusing on social issues by:<br>Inferring a writer's intended theme.
Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text focusing on social issues by:<br>Investigating how literary or non-literary texts reflect
Compose a 25-minute timed response to an SAT-type prompt.
Produce a real-world writing task such as a timed writing, electronic communication, or a college application.
Assess the language and structure of a text.
(G/T) Evaluate the language and structure of a text and how they create tone, mood, and extend textual meaning.
Express a personal view of a social issue by composing a letter to the editor, a journal response, an editorial, a speech, or an e-mail to a legi
Apply techniques of creative writing focusing on a social issue in a poem, a dialogue, a play, a monologue, a journal, a character sketch, son
(G/T) Express a personal view of a self-selected article from a professional journal.
(G/T) Compose an AP-type timed writing response to a given prompt by:<br>Reading a prose passage<br>Reading a poetry passage<br>Se
Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when examining ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions.
Use suitable traditional and electronic resources to refine and edit a personal narrative for effective and appropriate use of language and con
State and explain a personal response to a social issue that arises from a text.
Assess the effectiveness of diction, details, and rhetorical devices in an analytical essay or a personal narrative.
(G/T) Analyze the effectiveness of poetic devices/literary devices in a text.
(G/T) Evaluate the textual structure of poetry and how it conveys meaning.
(G/T) Analyze the textual structure of prose and how it relates to the work as a whole.
(G/T) Evaluate the effectiveness of language within non-fiction.
Apply techniques of <b>expository</b> speaking in a variety of situations including panel discussions, debates, seminars, multimedia prese
Apply techniques of <b>expository</b> speaking in a variety of situations including panel discussions, debates, seminars, multimedia prese
Apply techniques of <b>expository</b> speaking in a variety of situations including panel discussions, debates, seminars, multimedia prese
Apply techniques of <b>expository</b> speaking in a variety of situations including panel discussions, debates, seminars, multimedia prese
Apply techniques of <b>expository</b> speaking in a variety of situations including panel discussions, debates, seminars, multimedia prese
Apply techniques of <b>expository</b> speaking in a variety of situations including panel discussions, debates, seminars, multimedia prese
The student will apply techniques of <b>narrative</b> speaking for a variety of purposes including scenes from stage plays by:<br> Readin
Apply techniques of presenting <b>spoken poetry</b> by: <br>Defining the rhythm and rhyme patterns of metrical verse to be performed<
Compose an oral and/or visual presentation (informational or persuasive) that: <br> Advocates change<br>Proposes a call for action<br>Ill
(G/T) Compose an oral and/or visual presentation (informational or persuasive) that: <br>Defends or refutes an argumentative scholarly jou
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Assessing beliefs and attitudes conveyed by words and images.
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Exploring connections between language arts and visual arts.
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Identifying and assessing the elements of a film that have a specif
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Comparing a film with its source material such as a poem, short s
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Assessing the presentation of news and current events in print and
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Analyzing the purpose and intended audience for selected works.
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Relating issues in a text to cultural, historical, or contemporary co
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Relating issues in a text to personal experience.
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Assessing the appropriateness of diction, tone, and structure in rel
Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Identifying significant textual features such as sequence, cause an
(G/T) Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Explaining how personal beliefs and attitudes of an author/
(G/T) Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Analyzing differences between the text and visual represen
(G/T) Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Explaining how two different dramatic productions of the s
(G/T) Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Analyzing similarities and differences between film and its
(G/T) Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Determining the connection between an artist/writer's politi
(G/T) Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Evaluating the appropriateness of diction, tone, and structu
(G/T) Employ strategic reading to interpret literary and non-literary text by:<br>Analyzing rhetorical devices specific to drama or screenpla
Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br> Explaining how devices such as staging, lighting, blocking, special effects, graphics, langu
Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Developing and understanding by comparing texts presented in different media.
Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Evaluating the presentation of non-print media.
Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Evaluating the academic validity of electronic communication.
Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Identifying and assessing the elements of images that have a specific effect on an audience.
(G/T) Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Analyzing how devices such as staging, lighting, blocking, special effects, graphics,
(G/T) Interpret visual and oral communication by:<br>Evaluating the effectiveness of aspects of images or film through debate.
Apply techniques of narrative writing that may be appropriate for a college application essay by:<br>Creating a storyboard.
Apply techniques of narrative writing that may be appropriate for a college application essay by:<br>Composing a story or a screenplay em
(G/T) Apply techniques of narrative writing that may be appropriate for a college application essay by:<br>Composing an authentic respons
Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text by:<br>Identifying and assessing cinematic techniques.
Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text by:<br>Evaluating existing film criticism for content, style, and reliability.
Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text by:<br>Identifying and assessing the parts of a film which have a specific effect upon
Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text by:<br>Assessing the impact of a film upon an audience.
Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text by:<br>Identifying propaganda techniques.
Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text by:<br>Inferring a writer's intended theme.
Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text by:<br>Assessing the language and structure of a text.
(G/T) Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text by:<br>Choosing one of the following prompts:<br>Analyzing the film's editing
Compose a 25-minute timed response to an SAT-type prompt.
Express a personal view of the relationship between word and image by composing an essay developed by persuasion.
(G/T) Express a personal review of a self-selected article from a professional journal.
Apply techniques of creative writing by:<br>Imitating the format of a screenplay based on a short story.
Apply techniques of creative writing by:<br>Preparing a dramatic presentation such as a radio play, a one act play, a monologue, or a dialog
Apply techniques of creative writing by:<br>Composing a poem in response to a visual image.
Produce a real-world writing task such as a timed writing, electronic communication, or a college application.
(G/T) Compose AP-type timed writing to a given prompt by:<br>Analyzing rhetorical devices of film while making connections to literary
Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when examining ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions.
Use suitable traditional and electronic resources to refine and edit a personal narrative for effective and appropriate use of language and con
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Use sentence structure or context to clarify meaning.
Make a plan with teacher support, before beginning the work.
Use some grade level print resources. (i.e., use picture dictionaries and word walls to develop language and assist with reading tasks)
Work with a peer to improve understanding. (i.e., share connection to prior knowledge to prepare for reading)
Use graphic organizers to record new information. (i.e., a KWL chart)
Draw, label, and discuss pictures to help memory.
Identify cognates or translations from native language to make meaning from text.
Listen for parts of a word already known such phonemes and phonemic patterns.
Self-monitoring learning by asking questions, visualizing, connecting new information to known information and reviewing.
Recite simple songs, poems, and chants using punctuation cues and some degree of natural intonation.
Restate information to make meaning from text with peer guidance or teacher support.
Ask for help, feedback, and clarification in social and academic situations.
With teacher or peer assistance prepare to share and present writing with an audience.
Edit for conventions using grade-level resources. (i.e., word walls, picture dictionaries, and computer word processors)
Generate ideas using collaborative planning, webs and graphic organizers.
Write for personal communication and expression following a model for dialogue journal writing.
Respond to literal or inferential prompts using simple or compound sentences.
Compose simple and compound sentences using coordinating conjunctions. (i.e., both)
Write sentences using a variety of nouns including many irregular plural forms.
Arrange ideas and compose a first draft with some assistance.
Correctly spell familiar, grade level words using some irregular spelling patterns. (i.e., bread and leaf, and use word walls, picture dictionari
Apply many rules of capitalization appropriately. (i.e., beginning of a sentence, proper nouns, and titles)
Apply many grade level punctuations. (i.e., commas, quotation marks, and end punctuations)
Identify a character's feelings using complete sentences and a varied vocabulary. (i.e., He was angry because he lost the race.)
Interpret and respond appropriately to factual or inferential questions including brief-constructed and selected response questions having mo
Differentiate grammatically complete sentences from nonsentences by recognizing that experienced writers sometimes use intentional fragm
Expand sentences by positioning phrases and clauses to accomplish a purpose.
Use coordination and subordination of sentence components by subordinating sentence components logically and effectively. (VSC 3.2.3)
Discover how a variety of paragraphs is possible and acceptable from a series of single clusters related by theme or topic by:<BR>Employin
Discover how a variety of paragraphs is possible and acceptable from a series of single clusters related by theme or topic by:<BR>Exploring
a.Vary the placement of individual components (words, phrases, and clauses) as modifiers by arranging sentence components for emphasis o
b.Use coordination and subordination of sentence components effectively by employing logical or succinct subordination in place of faulty,
c.Use parallel grammatical components when appropriate by maintaining consistency in form within sentences and throughout compositions
d.Revise for sentence variety and length by producing syntactic rhythms with parallelism and repetition. (VSC 3.2.3)
e.Select language to create appropriate tone by explaining how the use of active and passive voice affects tone. (VSC 3.2.3)
f.Employ punctuation for stylistic effect by using internal punctuation to maximize the writer’s intentions (e.g., underlining, italicizing, quot
a.Gain an appreciation of the many different dialects of English through study of oral discourse, film, and literature by exploring the relative
b.Describe the impact of regional and social variations of language on listener or reader response by: <BR>Identifying linguistic variables t
b.Describe the impact of regional and social variations of language on listener or reader response by: <BR>Explaining listener response to l
b.Describe the impact of regional and social variations of language on listener or reader response by: <BR>Explaining cultural perceptions
c.Explore the status of Standard English as a language of wider communication in academic and career settings by: <BR>Explaining how so
c.Explore the status of Standard English as a language of wider communication in academic and career settings by: <BR>Explaining the im
d.Identify and use formal and informal language appropriate to a particular purpose and audience by presenting oral texts with effective app
a.Trace the quest or series of trials faced by a hero, citing passages which reveal the narrative structure of romance as cyclical, including: <B
a.Trace the quest or series of trials faced by a hero, citing passages which reveal the narrative structure of romance as cyclical, including: <B
a.Trace the quest or series of trials faced by a hero, citing passages which reveal the narrative structure of romance as cyclical, including: <B
a.Trace the quest or series of trials faced by a hero, citing passages which reveal the narrative structure of romance as cyclical, including: <B
b.Analyze the supernatural elements or the idealized romantic setting as they contribute to the <B><I>plot</I></B>, <B><I>tone</I></B>,
c.Classify romantic archetypal characters such as the warrior, villain, sage, lover, dreamer, rebel, fool, or temptress, designating each as rou
d.Identify the characteristics of heroic figures in romance to determine how they may reveal positive or negative values of their society.
e.Analyze romantic universal themes and archetypal motifs, including the search for self, the quest, coming of age, and rite of passage. (VSC
f.Identify and analyze romantic elements within other literary modes as opportunities present themselves throughout the unit.
g.Identify and analyze romantic elements within paintings, music, film, and other non-print media. (VSC 1.2.1)
h.Compare the effectiveness of the artist/musician/director’s connection of romantic elements in paintings, music, film, and other non-print m
i.<B>Compare contemporary romance literature with earlier folk tales and myths to detect the evolution of enduring elements. G/T</B> (VS
j.<B>Make inferential connections between literary and non-literary text by analyzing mood, tone, theme, and diction. G/T </B>(VSC 1.2.4
k.<B>Differentiate among the concepts: G/T<BR>Romantic mode</B>
k.<B>Differentiate among the concepts: G/T<BR>romanticism</B>
k.<B>Differentiate among the concepts: G/T<BR>Romantic episodes in other genres.</B>
l.<B>Examine how writers treat the romantic hero as lover, warrior, rebel, Utopian idealist, or reveal a dark, mysterious, or sinister aspect o
m.<B>Analyze rhetorical devices and how they may reveal positive or negative values of the society within a romantic work. G/T</B>
a.Compose an original narrative containing elements of plot, characterization, conflict, dialogue, setting, and theme that demonstrates the el
a.Compose an original narrative containing elements of plot, characterization, conflict, dialogue, setting, and theme that demonstrates the el
a.Compose an original narrative containing elements of plot, characterization, conflict, dialogue, setting, and theme that demonstrates the el
a.Compose an original narrative containing elements of plot, characterization, conflict, dialogue, setting, and theme that demonstrates the el
a.Compose an original narrative containing elements of plot, characterization, conflict, dialogue, setting, and theme that demonstrates the el
b.Compose an expository paper explaining how a self-selected text is representative of romance traits.
c.Compose an SAT type in-class timed writing prompt by: <BR>Identifying areas of persuasion
c.Compose an SAT type in-class timed writing prompt by: <BR>Using pre-writing strategies to gather the supporting facts, ideas, evidence,
c.Compose an SAT type in-class timed writing prompt by: <BR>Sequencing information in an order appropriate to the type of response nee
c.Compose an SAT type in-class timed writing prompt by: <BR>Drafting a response by developing facts, ideas, evidence, and examples int
<B>d.Compose a timed response to an AP-type prompt by: G/T</B><BR>Reading a passage</B>
d.<B>Compose a timed response to an AP-type prompt by: G/T</B><BR>Analyzing rhetoric of the passage, particularly diction, tone, stru
<B>f. Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text focusing on its application to the romanticism by: G/T</B><BR>Analyzing the
f.<B> Compose an analysis of a literary or non-literary text focusing on its application to the romanticism by: G/T</B><BR>Inferring a wri
g. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<BR>Selecting a logical sequence of ideas or
g. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<BR>Selecting an appropriate organizational
g. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<BR>Selecting or deselecting information to s
h. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: <BR>Examining word choice
h. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: <BR>Examining ideas
h. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: <BR>Examining sentence fluency
h. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: <BR>Examining word choice
h. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: <BR>Examining voice
h. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: <BR>Examining organization. (VSC 3.2.3)
a.Assess the effectiveness of language choices in prose and poetry [CLG 4.2.1] (VSC 2.1.2).
b.Explaining the connections within and between text [CLG 4.1.1] (VSC 2.1.2).
c.Evaluate text for evidence which supports a personal response.
d.Access the effectiveness of diction to reveal an author’s purpose (VSC2.1.1).
e.<B>Assess the effectiveness of literary devices in an analytical essay G/T. </B> (VSC1.2.1)
f. <b> Evaluate the textual structure of poetry and how it conveys meaning of text G/T. <b> (VSC 1.2.1)
g.<B>Analyze the textual structure of prose and how it relates to the work as a whole. G/T </B> (VSC 1.2.1)
a.Explore techniques of expository speaking.
b.Rehearse oral texts for effective application of diction, intonation, and rhetorical strategies, such as introductions, sequence, illustrations, a
c.<B>Explain how structure and delivery (intonation, pitch, volume, pause, rate, movement, and gestures) affect the meaning of oral texts. G
a.Compare tragedy in life to tragedy in literature; distinguish between the popular notion of tragedy as calamity and the literary definition of
b.Explain how catharsis cleanses the reader’s or viewer’s emotions of pity or fear towards the protagonist. (VSC 2.1.2)
c.Predict the downfall of the protagonist by recognizing the significance of his or her tragic flaw.(VSC 2.1.3)
d.Identify the characteristics of tragic heroes that show evidence that they embody cultural values of the age. (VSC 1.2.4)
e.Analyze the universal themes and archetypal motifs in tragic literature, such as search-for-self, loss of innocence, self-sacrifice, and need f
f.Define dramatic irony and determine its effect on an audience viewing or reading a tragedy. (VSC 2.1.2)
g.Interpret symbols in tragic literature and determine their archetypal nature in literature. (VSC 1.2.1)
h.Examine the different elements of Greek, Shakespearean, and modern tragedy by: (VSC 1.2.4)<BR>Identifying the conventions of Greek
h.Examine the different elements of Greek, Shakespearean, and modern tragedy by: (VSC 1.2.4)<BR>Explaining the features of the five-ac
h.Examine the different elements of Greek, Shakespearean, and modern tragedy by: (VSC 1.2.4)<BR>Comparing and contrasting Aristotle’
h.Examine the different elements of Greek, Shakespearean, and modern tragedy by: (VSC 1.2.4)<BR>Comparing and contrasting Aristoteli
h.Examine the different elements of Greek, Shakespearean, and modern tragedy by: (VSC 1.2.4)<br>Identifying elements of Aristotelian or
h.<B>Examine the different elements of Greek, Shakespearean, and modern tragedy by: (VSC 1.2.4)<BR>Distinguishing among Aristotelia
<B>i.Evaluate the author’s use of language in relation to the themes and motifs of the text. G/T (VSC1.2.2)</B>
<B>j.Analyze and evaluate how the author uses numerous elements of fiction to advance the theme. G/T (VSC 1.2.2)</B>
a.Compose an essay that compares and contrasts two works in relation to a specific purpose by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Using pre-writing s
a.Compose an essay that compares and contrasts two works in relation to a specific purpose by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Developing a clear
a.Compose an essay that compares and contrasts two works in relation to a specific purpose by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Selecting specific t
a.Compose an essay that compares and contrasts two works in relation to a specific purpose by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Organizing informa
a.Compose an essay that compares and contrasts two works in relation to a specific purpose by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Generating a concl
a.Compose an essay that compares and contrasts two works in relation to a specific purpose by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Composing sentenc
a.Compose an essay that compares and contrasts two works in relation to a specific purpose by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Eliminating mispla
a.Compose an essay that compares and contrasts two works in relation to a specific purpose by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Using available res
b.Construct a character analysis of a real life individual who rises above a tragic situation in a positive way by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Sele
b.Construct a character analysis of a real life individual who rises above a tragic situation in a positive way by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Iden
b.Construct a character analysis of a real life individual who rises above a tragic situation in a positive way by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Exp
b.Construct a character analysis of a real life individual who rises above a tragic situation in a positive way by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Con
b.Construct a character analysis of a real life individual who rises above a tragic situation in a positive way by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Cho
b.Construct a character analysis of a real life individual who rises above a tragic situation in a positive way by: (VSC 3.1.1, 3.2.2)<BR>Rev
c. Compose a response to an SAT-type prompt in a 30-minute time period.
d. Compose an independent comparative analysis of two long works. (VSC 3.1.1)
<B>e. Compose an analysis which determines how the author’s diction, tone, and style in an essay support the thoughts presented in short st
<B>f. Compose a timed response to an AP prompt by: G/T<BR>Reading a passage</B>
<B>f. Compose a timed response to an AP prompt by: G/T<BR>Analyzing rhetoric of the passage, particularly diction, tone, structure, synt
g. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<BR>Selecting a logical sequence of ideas or
g. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<BR>Selecting an appropriate organizational
g. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<BR>Selecting or deselecting information to s
h. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining word choice
h. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining ideas
h. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining sentence fluency
h. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining word choice
h. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining voice
h. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining organization.
a. Assess the effectiveness of language suitable for his or her comparison/contrast essay. [4.2.1] (VSC 2.1.2)
b. Assess the effectiveness of language choices in prose and poetry. [CLG 4.2.1] (VSC 2.1.2)
c. Explaining the connections within and between text [CLG 4.1.1] (VSC 2.1.2)
d. Evaluate text for evidence which supports a personal response.
e. Access the effectiveness of diction to reveal an author’s purpose.
f. Assess the effectiveness of words, phrases, or sentences that extend meaning in his or her character analysis [CLG 4.2.1] (VSC 2.1.2)
<B>g.Assess the structure of the text and the role the structure plays in understanding the text. G/T (VSC 2.1.1)</B>
<B>h.Determine the effectiveness of the playwright’s use of both prose and poetry to produce an affect on its audience. G/T</B>
a.Explore techniques of persuasive speaking. (VSC 5.2.2)
b.Rehearse oral texts for effective application of diction, intonation, and rhetorical strategies, such as introductions, sequence, illustrations, a
c.Explain how structure and delivery (intonation, pitch, volume, pause, rate, movement, and gestures) affect the meaning of oral texts. G/T (
a.Identify the targets of satire, including particular customs, traditions, beliefs, social institutions, and human foibles. (VSC 2.1.3)
b.Explain how satirists employ comedy, sarcasm, verbal irony, dramatic irony, or situational irony to accentuate deliberate contrasts betwee
c.Characterize the writer’s tone toward the target of criticism along a continuum from good- humored criticism to bitter contempt. (VSC 2.1
d.Characterize the satiric protagonist in various media as an individual whose quest is often unfulfilled or misdirected. (VSC 2.1.3, 1.2.1)
<B>e.Explain how satirists use other literary devices such as reversal, invective, juxtaposition, and parody [G/T]</B>
<B>f.Interpret the ironic mode as one that presents a dark, pessimistic worldview by: [G/T]</B><BR>Identifying and comparing the modes
<B>f.Interpret the ironic mode as one that presents a dark, pessimistic worldview by: [G/T]</B><BR>Examining writers of ironic literature
<B>f.Interpret the ironic mode as one that presents a dark, pessimistic worldview by: [G/T]</B><BR>Explaining the implications of a text
<B>f.Interpret the ironic mode as one that presents a dark, pessimistic worldview by: [G/T]</B><BR>Distinguishing between satiric and ir
<B>f.Interpret the ironic mode as one that presents a dark, pessimistic worldview by: [G/T]</B><BR>Describing the anti-hero, who finds c
<B>f.Interpret the ironic mode as one that presents a dark, pessimistic worldview by: [G/T]</B><BR><B>Analyzing irony and how it relat
<B>g. Analyze ways in which authors use various literary devices (e.g., patterns of imagery, allegory, symbolism, sound) to accomplish a pu
a.Compose an expository paper to address the power of satire as a tool used to affect change.
b.Compose a persuasive paper by (VSC 3.1.2)<BR>Composing a position statement that includes an issue to advocate
b.Compose a persuasive paper by (VSC 3.1.2)<BR>Choosing a specific audience to persuade
b.Compose a persuasive paper by (VSC 3.1.2)<BR>Locating information that clarifies the problem and supports a solution
b.Compose a persuasive paper by (VSC 3.1.2)<BR>Selecting a written format for the presentation of the solution
b.Compose a persuasive paper by (VSC 3.1.2)<BR>Choosing and sustaining a tone appropriate to the content and audience.
<B>c. Compose a timed response to an AP-type prompt by: G/T</B><BR><B>Reading a passage</B>
<B>c. Compose a timed response to an AP-type prompt by: G/T</B><BR><B>Analyzing rhetoric of the passage, particularly diction, tone
d. Compose a response to an SAT-type prompt in a 30-minute time period.
<B>e. Compose an analysis of rhetorical language in a satiric text by: G/T</B><BR><B>Defining rhetorical terms for analysis.</B>
<B>e. Compose an analysis of rhetorical language in a satiric text by: G/T</B><BR><B>Examining author’s use of rhetorical terms.</B>
<B>e. Compose an analysis of rhetorical language in a satiric text by: G/T</B><BR><B>Producing a multi- paragraph essay that may or m
f. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<BR>Selecting a logical sequence of ideas or
f. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<BR>Selecting an appropriate organizational s
f. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<BR>Selecting or deselecting information to s
g. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining word choice
g. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining ideas
g. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining sentence fluency
g. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining word choice
g. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining voice
g. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining organization.
a.Assess the effectiveness of diction in text. [CLG 4.2.1] (VSC 2.2.1)
b.Alter the tone of his or her written solution to a problem by revising its diction.[CLG 4.3.1] (VSC 3.2.3)
c.Evaluate irony in an allegory and how it relates to the author’s purpose. (VSC 2.1.2)
d.Evaluate the effectiveness of the author’s use of language to create tone.
<B>e.Analyze the structure of the text and the role the structure plays in understanding the text. G/T</B>
<B>f.Determine the effectiveness of the playwright’s use of both prose and poetry to produce an affect on its audience. G/T</B>
a.Explore techniques of public speaking. (VSC 5.2.2)
b.Rehearse oral texts for effective application of diction, intonation, and rhetorical strategies, such as introductions, sequence, illustrations, a
<B>c.Explain how structure and delivery (intonation, pitch, volume, pause, rate, movement, and gestures) affect the meaning of oral texts. G
a.Examine the inner self or psychology of a character (conflicts, needs, motives, or wishes) in print and non-print works by: (VSC 1.2.1)<BR
a.Examine the inner self or psychology of a character (conflicts, needs, motives, or wishes) in print and non-print works by: (VSC 1.2.1)<BR
a.Examine the inner self or psychology of a character (conflicts, needs, motives, or wishes) in print and non-print works by: (VSC 1.2.1)<BR
a.Examine the inner self or psychology of a character (conflicts, needs, motives, or wishes) in print and non-print works by: (VSC 1.2.1)<BR
b.Investigate variations on the search for self theme in a variety of texts by: (VSC 2.1.3)<BR>Identifying variations in the search for self arc
b.Investigate variations on the search for self theme in a variety of texts by: (VSC 2.1.3)<BR>Identifying variations in the search for self arc
b.Investigate variations on the search for self theme in a variety of texts by: (VSC 2.1.3)<BR>Identifying variations in the search for self arc
b.Investigate variations on the search for self theme in a variety of texts by: (VSC 2.1.3)<BR>Identifying variations in the search for self arc
b.Investigate variations on the search for self theme in a variety of texts by: (VSC 2.1.3)<BR>Identifying variations in the search for self arc
b.Investigate variations on the search for self theme in a variety of texts by: (VSC 2.1.3)<BR>Identifying variations in the search for self arc
b.Investigate variations on the search for self theme in a variety of texts by: (VSC 2.1.3)<BR>Comparing how plot, setting, and style contrib
b.Investigate variations on the search for self theme in a variety of texts by: (VSC 2.1.3)<BR>Explaining how passages relate the search for
b.Investigate variations on the search for self theme in a variety of texts by: (VSC 2.1.3)<BR>Explaining how word choice, tone, rhythm, an
b.Investigate variations on the search for self theme in a variety of texts by: (VSC 2.1.3)<BR><B>Explaining how symbols, allusions, and l
a.Compose a persuasive essay. (VSC 3.1.2)
b.Compose an expository essay analyzing a cause and effect relationship between a character’s actions and their consequences by: (VSC 3.1
b.Compose an expository essay analyzing a cause and effect relationship between a character’s actions and their consequences by: (VSC 3.1
b.Compose an expository essay analyzing a cause and effect relationship between a character’s actions and their consequences by: (VSC 3.1
b.Compose an expository essay analyzing a cause and effect relationship between a character’s actions and their consequences by: (VSC 3.1
b.Compose an expository essay analyzing a cause and effect relationship between a character’s actions and their consequences by: (VSC 3.1
<B>c. Compose an analysis of rhetorical language in a poem by: G/T</B><BR><B>Defining rhetorical terms for analysis.</B>
<B>c. Compose an analysis of rhetorical language in a poem by: G/T</B><BR><B>Examining author’s use of rhetorical terms.</B>
<B>c. Compose an analysis of rhetorical language in a poem by: G/T</B><BR><B>Producing a five-paragraph style essay that may or ma
<B>d. Compose a timed response to a given prompt by: G/T</B><BR><B>Reading a passage.</B>
<B>d. Compose a timed response to a given prompt by: G/T</B><BR><B>Analyzing rhetoric of the passage, particularly diction, tone, str
e. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.1)<BR>Selecting a logical sequence of ideas or
e. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.1)<BR>Selecting an appropriate organizational
e. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.1)<BR>Selecting or deselecting information to s
f. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining word choice
f. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining ideas
f. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining sentence fluency
f. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining word choice
f. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining voice
f. Revise using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics when: (VSC 3.2.3)<BR>Examining organization.
a.Assess the effectiveness of diction in his or her cause and effect essay that reveals his or her purpose [CLG 4.2.1] (VSC 2.1.2)
b.Alter the tone of his or her cause and effect essay by revising its diction. [CLG 4.3.1] (VSC 3.2.3)
<B>c. Evaluate author’s use of rhetoric to create characters’ motivations as a part of the Search for Self theme. G/T</B>
a.Explore techniques of public speaking. (VSC 5.2.2)
b.Rehearse oral texts for effective application of diction, intonation, and rhetorical strategies, such as introductions, sequence, illustrations, a
<B>c.Explain how structure and delivery (intonation, pitch, volume, pause, rate, movement, and gestures) affect the meaning of oral texts. G
a.Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>Dictionary
a.Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>Thesaurus
a.Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>Encyclopedia
a.Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>Magazines
a.Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>Newspapers
a.Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>Nonfiction books
a.Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>Card catalogue (traditional
a.Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>On-line websites.
b. Use a systematic process such as the Big6 when: [CLG 2.3.3] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>Identifying appropriate strategies for taking notes
b. Use a systematic process such as the Big6 when: [CLG 2.3.3] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>Selecting appropriate strategies for organizing source inf
b. Use a systematic process such as the Big6 when: [CLG 2.3.3] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>Gathering information to include or exclude when using
b. Use a systematic process such as the Big6 when: [CLG 2.3.3] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>Identifying advantages, disadvantages, or limitations of a
b. Use a systematic process such as the Big6 when: [CLG 2.3.3] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>Identifying advantages, disadvantages, or limitations of s
b. Use a systematic process such as the Big6 when: [CLG 2.3.3] (VSC 3.1.4)<BR>Selecting information to include or exclude in a referenc
c. Present research findings through speaking or writing.
d. Demonstrate an understanding of academic integrity and all its implications
e. Use Turnitin.com as outlined by the teacher
a. Use a variety of phonetic skills to read unfamiliar words.
b. Decode words in grade-level text by: Sounding out common word parts.
b. Decode words in grade-level text by: Sounding out common word parts.
b. Decode words in grade-level text by: Breaking words into familiar parts including root words, affixes, compounds, contractions, possessi
b. Decode words in grade-level text by: Reading high frequency or sight words with accuracy.
c. Reread and self-correct while reading.
d. Use word context clues (meaning), sentence structure (syntax), and visual clues to guide self-correction.
a. Apply knowledge of word structures and patterns to read with automaticity.
b. Demonstrate appropriate use of phrasing by: Attending to sentence patterns and structures that signal meaning in text.
b. Demonstrate appropriate use of phrasing by: Using punctuation cues to guide meaning and expression.
b. Demonstrate appropriate use of phrasing by: Using pacing and intonation (emphasis on certain words) to convey meaning and expression
b. Demonstrate appropriate use of phrasing by: Adjusting intonation and pitch (rise and fall of spoken voice) appropriately.
a. Acquire new vocabulary through listening to, independently reading, and discussing a variety of literary and informational texts.
b. Discuss words and word meanings daily as they are encountered in text, instruction, and conversation.
c. Apply and refine a conceptual understanding of new words by: Classifying and categorizing increasingly complex words.
c. Apply and refine a conceptual understanding of new words by: Explaining relationships between and among words (antonyms and synony
d. Understand and acquire new vocabulary by: Using context to determine the meanings of words.
d. Understand and acquire new vocabulary by: Using word structure to determine the meanings of words.
e. Select and use resources to increase learning (general and specialized dictionaries, thesauruses, other related print and/or electronic refere
f. Use new vocabulary in speaking and writing to gain and extend content knowledge and clarify expression.
a. Explain what good readers do before, during, and after reading.
b. Define strategic reading.
c. Describe strategies that could be used before, during, and after reading to construct meaning from a particular text.
d. Select and apply appropriate strategies to understand text before reading, during reading, and after reading.
e. Collect samples of strategic reading throughout the unit (e.g., student generated lists of reading strategies they use).
f. Evaluate strategic reading growth by reflecting on samples.
a. Use prior knowledge to preview and make predictions about grade level content materials.
b. Write self-questions while reading grade level materials to aid comprehension.
c. Monitor and maintain comprehension while revising predictions as needed.
d. Identify connections between previous chapters or parts and current reading.
e. Summarize on or above grade level texts by paraphrasing, organizing, and drawing inferences to interpret information.
f. Refine and extend a conceptual understanding of new words (e.g. classify, analyze complex words, etc.).
g. Define, acquire, and use new vocabulary through context, word structure, and additional learning resources.
h. Read a minimum of 25 self-selected and/or assigned books or book equivalents representing various genres.
a. Develop a research question that is of importance to the researcher, with minimal assistance from the teacher.
b. Determine and evaluate the most appropriate resources. Explain why certain sources may or may not be useful to the researcher's question
b. Determine and evaluate the most appropriate resources. Determine the reliability and the quality of specific sources.
b. Determine and evaluate the most appropriate resources. Analyze how authors use the structure and features of informational text to achiev
c. Locate and access information in resources by applying reading strategies such as scanning, skimming, and careful reading. Define prima
c. Locate and access information in resources by applying reading strategies such as scanning, skimming, and careful reading. Read, use, an
c. Locate and access information in resources by applying reading strategies such as scanning, skimming, and careful reading. Classify given
c. Locate and access information in resources by applying reading strategies such as scanning, skimming, and careful reading. Choose prima
d. Extract relevant information from appropriate sources using a note taking process, and a provided or self-selected graphic organizer. Use
d. Extract relevant information from appropriate sources using a note taking process, and a provided or self-selected graphic organizer. Inter
d. Extract relevant information from appropriate sources using a note taking process, and a provided or self-selected graphic organizer. Ana
d. Extract relevant information from appropriate sources using a note taking process, and a provided or self-selected graphic organizer. Sum
d. Extract relevant information from appropriate sources using a note taking process, and a provided or self-selected graphic organizer. Iden
d. Extract relevant information from appropriate sources using a note taking process, and a provided or self-selected graphic organizer. Use
d. Extract relevant information from appropriate sources using a note taking process, and a provided or self-selected graphic organizer. Note
e. Organize information from multiple sources and present information. Create presentations using a variety of mediums (e.g., iPhoto, Powe
e. Organize information from multiple sources and present information. Use suitable traditional and electronic resources to refine presentati
f. Evaluate the Big6. process (See the Information Literacy Resource Guide Grades 6-8 on the Document Repository: Evaluation/Reflection
a. Describe the purpose of a task from a set of directions.
b. Summarize procedures outlined by a set of directions.
c. Interpret steps, illustrations, and diagrams as they relate to a set of directions.
d. Assess how effectively peers perform a task according to a set of directions.
a. Evaluate the wording, form, and sequence of a set of directions.
b. Assess the degree to which written directions and graphic elements enable the reader to complete the task successfully.
c. Complete a task according to a set of directions and assess the degree of accuracy.
a. Design or improve visual aids for a set of directions to assist the reader in performing the task.
b. Revise the wording of directions to improve clarity.
c. Revise the form of a set of directions to improve the reader.s understanding.
d. Revise the sequence of steps in directions to eliminate confusion.
a. Describe the purpose of the task outlined by two sets of directions.
b. Identify differences in two sets of directions for the same task.
c. Group the differences according to wording (vocabulary, missing information, clarity, effective verb use, etc.), form (bullets, paragraphs,
d. Identify and group differences in two sets of directions, and draw conclusions about how these differences affect the reader.s understandin
a. Select the best elements of wording, form, and sequence from two sets of directions for the same task.
b. Revise wording, form, and sequence as necessary to promote understanding.
a. Summarize a set of directions, incorporating relevant ideas and using his/her own words.
b. Evaluate the wording, form, and sequence of a set of directions.
c. Evaluate the effectiveness of illustrations and diagrams.
d. Rewrite a set of directions to improve accuracy and clarity.
a. Describe the task to be performed.
b. Write a set of directions that include appropriate graphics, language, form, and sequence.
c. Revise a draft of directions based on peer feedback.
d. Evaluate the wording, form, and sequence of a set of directions using given or self-generated evaluative criteria.
a. Generate and justify questions about a text that suggest a particular response.
b. Summarize fiction passages incorporating relevant ideas and using his/her own words.
a. Explore personal connections to a passage through group discussion.
b. Compose personal reflection responses to a literary selection.
c. Evaluate written responses with checklists and rubrics.
a. Make notes in the margin and write personal reflection questions and responses to a text during reading.
b. Free write from the personal reflection/response stance in response to questions and prompts.
c. Compare personal experiences to those experiences of a literary character or story event.
d. Draw connections between personal experiences and the theme or main idea, and discuss the implications of the text for the reader and fo
e. Examine and read multiple texts (fiction and non-fiction) to write a personal response.
f. Support personal responses with specific references to text.
a. Identify, analyze, and evaluate the author.s purpose and point of view and their effects on meaning.
b. Analyze and evaluate how literary elements contribute to meaning and/or create style and tone (e.g., hyperbole, idioms, imagery, word ch
c. Analyze and evaluate the plausibility of the plot and the credibility of the characters.
d. Define and differentiate among facts, opinions, assumptions, and inferences.
e. Generate and compare opinion and fact statements about a work of literature.
f. Formulate and differentiate between questions of fact and interpretation about a work of literature.
g. Identify, analyze, and evaluate main ideas and universal themes.
h. Analyze and evaluate language choices that create tone.
a. Perform multiple readings of a work of literature while taking specific notes to facilitate deeper understanding.
b. Formulate possible answers to questions about a work of literature through group discussion.
c. Justify oral interpretations by citing supporting details, passages, and elements from a work of literature.
d. Examine and analyze nonfiction texts for similarities and differences among ideas.
e. Reflect on and explain personal connections to the text.
f. Explain the implication of the text for the reader and/or society.
a. Summarize or paraphrase fiction, poetry, and non-fiction passages accurately, incorporating relevant details and using his or her own wor
b. State a clear and defensible interpretation.
c. Use note-taking strategies and appropriate graphic organizers to collect and organize relevant ideas from the text to support an interpretat
d. Determine whether a quote or paraphrase proves more compelling support for a given interpretation.
e. Analyze when a writer should quote rather than paraphrase the text in support of a given interpretation.
f. Justify an interpretation by paraphrasing or quoting the text.
a. Define an author.s craft/style (techniques the author uses to communicate a message).
b. Identify and explain how imagery contributes to meaning and creates style.
c. Identify and explain how elements of style such as parallelism and understatement contribute to meaning.
d. Identify and interpret important literary devices used in a literary work.
e. Describe and analyze the impressions that an author.s use of literary devices in a passage creates for the reader.
f. Compare one.s own evaluation of an author.s craft with that of others in group discussion.
g. Describe an author.s values and attitudes based on the literary work.
h. Analyze and evaluate relationships between and among characters and events.
i. Identify, analyze, and evaluate conflicts that motivate characters. actions in the plot and its resolution.
a. Assess critical responses using a scoring key or rubric.
b. Generate and assess questions of meaning throughout a work.
c. Monitor the meaning in a work through the use of a visual organizer.
d. Note or describe strategies used to increase understanding.
e. Describe how a reader develops a critical stance.
f. Evaluate effective strategies using a reader.s checklist for success in reading for information or for literary experience.
a. Create and use a personal calendar for time management.
b. Identify a time and place to complete homework and study.
a. Use highlighting techniques.
b. Create an outline to improve organization and comprehension of informational text.
c. Take notes effectively using the Cornell Method of Note-taking.
a. Use mnemonic devices to improve comprehension and retention as part of test preparation.
b. Apply test-taking techniques for a variety of tests including multiple choice, true/false, matching, fill in the blank, and essay.
a. Use a variety of phonetic skills to read unfamiliar words.
b. Decode words in grade-level texts by: Sounding out common word parts.
b. Decode words in grade-level texts by: Breaking words into familiar parts including root words, affixes, compounds, contractions, possess
b. Decode words in grade-level texts by: Recognizing high frequency or sight words with accuracy.
c. Reread and self-correct while reading.
d. Use word context clues (meaning), sentence structure (syntax), and visual clues to guide self-correction.
a. Apply knowledge of word structures and patterns to read with automaticity.
b. Demonstrate appropriate use of phrasing by: . Attending to sentence patterns and structures that signal meaning in text. Using punctuation
b. Demonstrate appropriate use of phrasing by: . Attending to sentence patterns and structures that signal meaning in text. Using pacing and
b. Demonstrate appropriate use of phrasing by: . Attending to sentence patterns and structures that signal meaning in text. Adjusting intonati
c. Read familiar text at a rate that is conversational and consistent.
a. Acquire new vocabulary through listening to, independently reading, and discussing a variety of literary and informational texts.
b. Discuss words and word meanings daily as they are encountered in text, instruction, and conversation.
c. Apply and refine a conceptual understanding of new words by: Classifying and categorizing increasingly complex words.
c. Apply and refine a conceptual understanding of new words by: Explaining relationships between and among words (antonyms and synony
d. Understand and acquire new vocabulary by: Using context to determine the meanings of words.
d. Understand and acquire new vocabulary by: Using word structure to determine the meanings of words.
e. Select and use resources to increase learning (general and specialized dictionaries, thesauruses, other related print and/or electronic refere
f. Use new vocabulary in speaking and writing to gain and extend content knowledge and clarify expression.
a. Explain what good readers do before, during, and after reading.
b. Define strategic reading.
c. Describe strategies that could be used before, during, and after reading to construct meaning from a particular text.
d. Select and apply appropriate strategies to understand text before reading, during reading, and after reading.
e. Collect samples of strategic reading throughout the unit (e.g., student generated lists of reading strategies they use).
f. Evaluate strategic reading growth by reflecting on samples.
a. Use prior knowledge to preview and make predictions about grade level content materials.
b. Write self-questions while reading grade level materials to aid comprehension.
c. Monitor and maintain comprehension while revising predictions as needed.
d. Identify connections between previous chapters or parts and current reading.
e. Summarize on or above grade level texts by paraphrasing, organizing, and drawing inferences to interpret information.
f. Refine and extend a conceptual understanding of new words (e.g. classify, analyze complex words, etc.).
g. Define, acquire, and use new vocabulary through context, word structure, and additional learning resources.
h. Read a minimum of 25 self-selected and/or assigned books or book equivalents representing various genres.
a. Develop a research question and guiding questions to structure a research topic.
b. Define primary sources as original or first-hand accounts, and define secondary sources as accounts that present and interpret information
c. Read, use, and identify characteristics of primary and secondary sources of academic information.
d. Classify given sources as primary or secondary.
e. Explain the value of using primary sources in research.
f. Identify primary and secondary sources related to particular research questions.
g. Choose primary and secondary sources that are most likely to answer research and guiding questions.
a. Locate information from selected primary and secondary sources by applying appropriate reading strategies such as scanning, skimming,
b. Identify information from the text to make generalizations and inferences.
c. Analyze and evaluate text features (e.g., print, graphics, informational aids, online aids) to extend understanding.
d. Record relevant information using note-taking strategies from pertinent sources to answer a research question.
e. Use authoritative citations when effective, and document appropriately.
f. Note bibliographic information by using a recognized format for documentation such as MLA.
a. Summarize non-fiction passages accurately, incorporating key ideas to the research question and using his or her own words.
b. Analyze how authors use the structure and features of informational text (functional documents) such as advertisements or flyers to achiev
c. Complete an organizer for recording data pertinent to a research question.
d. Identify and eliminate redundant and unimportant information from research notes.
e. Use suitable traditional and electronic resources to refine presentations and edit texts for effective and appropriate use of language conven
a. Create potential research questions.
b. Determine whether various research questions are appropriate.
c. List possible specific sources and types of sources that can be used to investigate given research topics.
d. Choose and read appropriate primary and secondary sources including a variety of print and electronic informational texts.
e. Analyze and evaluate text features to facilitate and extend understanding of informational texts (e.g., print, graphics, informational aids, o
f. Analyze knowledge of organizational patterns of informational text to facilitate understanding, analysis, and evaluation.
g. Interpret, analyze, and evaluate important ideas and messages from informational texts (e.g., determining the author.s/text.s purpose, the i
h. Evaluate suitability and reliability of the text for the reading purpose.
i. Analyze and evaluate an author.s argument or position for clarity, bias, and persuasion and its effects on meaning.
j. Evaluate the quality of specific sources (e.g., informational websites, articles, books, interviews).
a. Analyze and evaluate specific word choice and its contribution to meaning and style.
b. Analyze and evaluate specific language choices to determine tone.
c. Analyze and evaluate the appropriateness of tone or shift in tone.
a. Analyze the organizational patterns of text (transition or signal words and phrases).
b. Analyze and evaluate the contribution of the organizational pattern to clarifying or reinforcing meaning and supporting the author.s purpo
c. Analyze and evaluate how authors use the structure and features of informational text (advertisements or flyers) to achieve their purposes
a. Select the best elements of wording, form, and sequence from two sets of directions for the same task.
b. Revise wording, form, and sequence as necessary to promote understanding.
a. Summarize a set of directions, incorporating relevant ideas and using his/her own words.
b. Evaluate the wording, form, and sequence of a set of directions.
c. Evaluate the effectiveness of illustrations and diagrams.
d. Rewrite a set of directions to improve accuracy and clarity.
a. Describe the task to be performed.
b. Write a set of directions that include appropriate graphics, language, form, and sequence.
c. Revise a draft of directions based on peer feedback.
d. Evaluate the wording, form, and sequence of a set of directions using given or self-generated evaluative criteria.
a. Generate and justify questions about a text that suggest a particular response.
b. Summarize fiction passages, incorporating relevant ideas and using his/her own words.
a. Listen to, read, and discuss a variety of literary texts representing diverse cultures, perspectives, ethnicities, time periods, and literary eras
b. Listen to, read and discuss a variety of literary forms and genres.
a. Explore personal connections to a passage through group discussion.
b. Compose personal reflection responses to a literary selection.
c. Evaluate written responses with checklists and rubrics.
a. Make notes in the margin and write personal reflection questions and responses to a text during reading.
b. Free write from the personal reflection/response stance in response to questions and prompts.
c. Compare personal experiences to those experiences of a literary character or story event.
d. Draw connections between personal experiences and the theme or main idea, and discuss the implications of the text for the reader and fo
e. Assess prior understandings of concepts and processes in response to non-fiction text.
f. Examine and read multiple texts (fiction and non-fiction) to write a personal response.
g. Support personal responses with specific references to text.
a. Identify, analyze, and evaluate the author.s purpose and point of view and their effects on meaning.
b. Analyze and evaluate how literary elements contribute to meaning and/or create style and tone (e.g., hyperbole, idioms, imagery, word ch
c. Analyze and evaluate the plausibility of the plot and the credibility of the characters.
d. Define and differentiate among facts, opinions, assumptions, and inferences.
e. Generate and compare opinion and fact statements about a work of literature.
f. Formulate and differentiate between questions of fact and interpretation about a work of literature.
g. Identify, analyze, and evaluate main ideas and universal themes.
h. Analyze imagery and evaluate its contribution to meaning and style.
i. Analyze and evaluate language choices that create tone.
j. Analyze and evaluate similar themes across multiple texts.
k. Analyze and evaluate the author.s approach to issues of time including flashback, foreshadowing, non-sequential narratives, and parallel a
a. Perform multiple readings of a work of literature while taking specific notes to facilitate deeper understanding.
b. Formulate possible answers to questions about a work of literature through group discussion.
c. Justify oral interpretations by citing supporting details, passages, and elements from a work of literature.
d. Examine and analyze nonfiction texts for similarities and differences among ideas.
e. Reflect on and explain personal connections to the text.
f. Explain the implication of the text for the reader and/or society.
a. Summarize or paraphrase fiction, poetry, and non-fiction passages accurately, incorporating relevant details and using his or her own wor
b. State a clear and defensible interpretation.
c. Use note-taking strategies and appropriate graphic organizers to collect and organize relevant ideas from the text to support an interpretat
d. Determine whether a quote or paraphrase proves more compelling support for a given interpretation.
e. Analyze when a writer should quote rather than paraphrase the text in support of a given interpretation.
f. Justify an interpretation by paraphrasing or quoting the text.
a. Define an author.s craft/style (techniques the author uses to communicate a message).
b. Identify and explain how imagery contributes to meaning and creates style.
c. Identify and explain how elements of style such as parallelism and understatement contribute to meaning.
d. Identify and interpret important literary devices used in a literary work.
e. Describe and analyze the impressions that an author.s use of literary devices in a passage creates for the reader.
f. Compare one.s own evaluation of an author.s craft with that of others in group discussion.
g. Describe an author.s values and attitudes based on literary work.
h. Analyze and evaluate relationships between and among characters and events.
i. Identify, analyze, and evaluate conflicts that motivate characters. actions and the plot and its resolution.
a. Assess critical responses using a scoring key or rubric.
b. Generate and assess questions of meaning throughout a work.
c. Monitor the meaning in a work through the use of a visual organizer.
d. Note or describe strategies used to increase understanding.
e. Describe how a reader develops a critical stance.
f. Evaluate effective strategies using reader.s checklist for success in reading for information or for literary experience.
a. Create and use a personal calendar for time management.
b. Identify a time and place to complete homework and study.
a. Use highlighting techniques.
b. Create an outline to improve organization and comprehension of informational text.
c. Take notes effectively using the Cornell Method of Note-taking.
a. Use mnemonic devices to improve comprehension and retention as part of test preparation.
b. Apply test-taking techniques for a variety of tests including multiple choice, true/false, matching, fill in the blank, and essay.
b. Compose an essay that examines the connection between print text and non-print text (VSC 3.1.5)
<b>c. Compose a response to an AP-style question in a 35-minute timed writing by: G/T (VSC 3.1.2)</b><br><b>_ Choosing an appropria
a. Compose an essay that examines theme in a literary text as it emerges through <i><b>plot, character, setting, conflict,</b></i><b></b> a
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_<b> Analyzin
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_<b> Compari
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_<b> Drawing
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ <b>Analyzin
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Confirming
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Drawing con
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Summarizing
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Summarizing
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_<b> Creati
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ <b>Mainta
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Recognizi
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Focusing o
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Identifying
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Identifying
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Making co
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Using visu
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge,
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge,
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge,
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge,
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge,
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge,
b. Explain how common and universal experiences serve as the source of literary <i><b>themes</i></b> that cross time and cultures by: [1
b. Explain how common and universal experiences serve as the source of literary <i><b>themes</i></b> that cross time and cultures by: [1
a. Explain the implications of a <i><b>text</i></b> for the reader or contemporary society by: [CLG 1.2.5] (VSC 1.2.2)<br>_ Extending c
a. Explain the implications of a <i><b>text</i></b> for the reader or contemporary society by: [CLG 1.2.5] (VSC 1.2.2)<br>_ Recognizing
a. Explain the implications of a <i><b>text</i></b> for the reader or contemporary society by: [CLG 1.2.5] (VSC 1.2.2)<br>_ Identifying s
c. Explain how structure <b>and delivery (intonation, pitch, volume, pause, rate, movement, and gestures) affect the meaning of oral texts. G
a. Explain the implications of a <i><b>text</i></b> for the reader or contemporary society by: [CLG 1.2.5] (VSC 1.2.2)<br>_ Identifying a
a. EXPLORE techniques or expository speaking (VSC 5.2.2)
b. Rehearse oral texts for effective application of diction, intonation, and rhetorical strategies, such as introductions, sequence, illustrations,
e.<b> Investigate the relationship between rhetoric and tone. G/T</b>
f. <b>Assess the writer_s ability to convey information and/or make emotional appeals through his language. G/T</b>
d. Assess the effectiveness of word order and placement of modifiers to provide emphasis [CLG 4.2.1] (VSC 2.1.1.)
c. Assess the effectiveness of words, phrases, or sentences that extend meaning [CLG 4.2.1] (VSC 2.1.1)
a. State and explain a personal response to a print or non-print text [CLG 4.1.1] (VSC 2.1.1)
b. Identify specific words, phrases, <i><b>images,</i></b> and<i><b> symbols</i></b> that support a personal response to a poem or pers
i. Use suitable traditional and electronic resources to refine and edit a poem and a persuasive essay for effective and appropriate use of langu
h. <i> <b> Revise </i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining voice
h. <i> <b> Revise </i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining organization
h. <i> <b> Revise </i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining word choice
h. <i> <b> Revise </i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining ideas
h. <i> <b> Revise </i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining sentence fluency
g. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting or deselecting information to
h. <i> <b> Revise </i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining word choice
g. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting an appropriate organizational
g. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting effective placement of words
g. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting a logical sequence of ideas or
g. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting evocative words and phrases
f. Use a variety of <i><b>pre-writing</i></b> strategies by: [CLG 2.2.1]<br>_ Identifying relevant sources of information for a persuasive
f. Use a variety of <i><b>pre-writing</i></b> strategies by: [CLG 2.2.1]<br>_ Beginning a coherent plan for composing (e.g., <i><b>grap
f. Use a variety of <i><b>pre-writing</i></b> strategies by: [CLG 2.2.1]<br>_ Developing ideas for a poem and persuasive essay (e.g., list
f. Use a variety of <i><b>pre-writing</i></b> strategies by: [CLG 2.2.1]<br>_ Generating ideas for a poem and persuasive essay (e.g.,<i><
d. Respond to an SAT-style prompt within a 35-minute time period.
<b>e. Respond to an AP-type prompt GT (VSC 3.2.1)</b>
<b>c. Compose a multi-paragraph essay that evaluates how an author_s choice of figurative language develops character, setting, conflict or
a. Compose a poem to express personal ideas [ CLG 2.1.3]
b. Compose a <i><b>persuasive</i></b> essay that supports a position on an issue presented [CLG 2.1.4] (VSC 3.1.2)
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br><b>_ Determi
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br><b>_ Analyzin
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br><b>_ Examini
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br><b>_ Analyzin
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Confirming
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Drawing con
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Summarizing
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Summarizing
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies </u>appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br><b>_ Identif
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies </u>appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br><b>_ Mainta
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies </u>appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Focusing o
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies </u>appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Identifying
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies </u>appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Identifying
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies </u>appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Using <i>
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies </u>appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Making co
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the <i><b>text</i></b> and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing p
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the <i><b>text</i></b> and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing p
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the <i><b>text</i></b> and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing p
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the <i><b>text</i></b> and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing p
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the <i><b>text</i></b> and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing p
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowled
b. <b>Apply knowledge of genre and/or structural characteristics to interpret texts by: G/T</b><br><b>_ Explaining the relationships betw
b. <b>Apply knowledge of genre and/or structural characteristics to interpret texts by: G/T</b><br><b>_ Analyzing the structure of poetic
a. Identify features of <i>language</i> that create personal voice and <i>tone</i> by: [CLG 1.3.3]<br>_ Identifying similarities or differenc
a. Identify features of <i>language</i> that create personal voice and <i>tone</i> by: [CLG 1.3.3]<br>_ Analyzing the effects of certain wo
c. <b>Explain how structure and delivery (intonation, pitch, volume, pause, rate, movement, and gestures) affect the meaning of oral texts. G
a. Explore techniques of persuasive speaking
b. Rehearse oral texts for effective application of diction, intonation, and rhetorical strategies, such as introductions, sequence, illustrations,
g.<b> Critique a speaker_s diction and syntax in relation to the purpose of an oral communication and the intended effect on the audience. G
e. Assess the effectiveness of word order and placement of modifiers to provide emphasis to text [CLG 4.2.1](VSC 2.1.2)
f.<b> Investigate descriptive passages in poetry and prose which help to establish setting, point of view, and characterization G/T</b>
d. Assess the effectiveness of words, phrases, or sentences that extend meaning in [CLG 4.2.1] (VSC 2.1.2)
c. Evaluate textual changes in text and explain how these changes alter tone and meaning
a. State and explain a personal response to a character [CLG 4.1.1] (VSC 1.2.4)<
b. Identify specific words, phrases, scenes, <i><b>images,</i></b> and<i><b> symbols</i></b> that support a personal response to a chara
h. Use suitable traditional and electronic resources to refine and edit or effective and appropriate use of language and <i><b>conventions,</
g.<i><b> Revise</i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining voice.
g.<i><b> Revise</i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining word choice
g.<i><b> Revise</i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining ideas
g.<i><b> Revise</i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining sentence fluency
g.<i><b> Revise</i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining word choice
f. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting or deselecting information to
f. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting an appropriate organizational
f. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting a logical sequence of ideas or
e. Use a variety of <i><b>pre-writing strategies</b></i> by: [CLG 2.2.1] (VSC 3.2.1)<br>_ Identifying relevant sources of information.
e. Use a variety of <i><b>pre-writing strategies</b></i> by: [CLG 2.2.1] (VSC 3.2.1)<br>_ Beginning a coherent plan for composing (e.g.
e. Use a variety of <i><b>pre-writing strategies</b></i> by: [CLG 2.2.1] (VSC 3.2.1)<br>_ Developing ideas for a description (e.g., listing
e. Use a variety of <i><b>pre-writing strategies</b></i> by: [CLG 2.2.1] (VSC 3.2.1)<br>_ Generating ideas for a description of a person (
d. Compare character development within a poem and a text of the student_s choice that both have similar themes in a 30-minute timed writ
d. Compare character development within a poem and a text of the student_s choice that both have similar themes in a 30-minute timed writ
d. Compare character development within a poem and a text of the student_s choice that both have similar themes in a 30-minute timed writ
d. Compare character development within a poem and a text of the student_s choice that both have similar themes in a 30-minute timed writ
c. Compose an essay evaluating an author_s use of characterization to develop motivations, conflict, and/or themes within the text by: <br><
c. Compose an essay evaluating an author_s use of characterization to develop motivations, conflict, and/or themes within the text by: <br>_
c. Compose an essay evaluating an author_s use of characterization to develop motivations, conflict, and/or themes within the text by: <br>_
c. Compose an essay evaluating an author_s use of characterization to develop motivations, conflict, and/or themes within the text by: <br>_
c. Compose an essay evaluating an author_s use of characterization to develop motivations, conflict, and/or themes within the text by: <br>_
b. Compose an exposition by completing one of the following:<br>_ examining character actions
b. Compose an exposition by completing one of the following:<br>_ evaluating the author_s point of view
a. Compose a <i><b>description</b></i> of a person [ CLG 2.1.2]
d. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br><b>_ Examini
d. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br><b>_ Determi
d. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Confirming
d. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Drawing con
d. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Summarizin
d. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Summarizin
c. Use <u>during-reading strategies</U> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)</br>_ Focusing
c. Use <u>during-reading strategies</U> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)</br><b>_ Using
c. Use <u>during-reading strategies</U> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)</br>_ Identifyin
c. Use <u>during-reading strategies</U> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)</br>_ Making c
c. Use <u>during-reading strategies</U> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)</br>_ Identifyin
c. Use <u>during-reading strategies</U> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)</br>_ Using <b
b. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
b. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
b. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
b. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
b. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
b. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
b. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
b. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
a. Consider the contribution of <b>character</b> and <b>point of view</b> when constructing the meaning of texts by: [CLG 1.2.1] (VSC
a. Consider the contribution of <b>character</b> and <b>point of view</b> when constructing the meaning of texts by: [CLG 1.2.1] (VSC
a. Consider the contribution of <b>character</b> and <b>point of view</b> when constructing the meaning of texts by: [CLG 1.2.1] (VSC
a. Consider the contribution of <b>character</b> and <b>point of view</b> when constructing the meaning of texts by: [CLG 1.2.1] (VSC
a. Consider the contribution of <b>character</b> and <b>point of view</b> when constructing the meaning of texts by: [CLG 1.2.1] (VSC
<b>c. Explain how structure and delivery (intonation, pitch, volume, pause, rate, movement, and gestures) affect the meaning of oral texts. G
a. Explore techniques of narrative speaking
b. Rehearse oral texts for effective application of diction, intonation, and rhetorical strategies, such as introductions, sequence, illustrations,
<b>c. Evaluate the author_s use of organization, content, and language to develop ideas in self-selected non-print text. G/T (VSC 2.1.4)</b>
b. Identify specific words, phrases, scenes, <b>images,</b> and <b>symbols</b> that support a personal response to a personal narrative or
a. State and explain a personal response to a personal narrative or memoir [CLG 4.1.1] (VSC 2.1.2)
h. Use suitable traditional and electronic resources to refine and edit a personal narrative for effective and appropriate use of language and <
g. <b>Revise </b>using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining voice
g. <b>Revise </b>using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining organization
g. <b>Revise </b>using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining word choice
g. <b>Revise </b>using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining sentence fluency
g. <b>Revise </b>using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining ideas
g. <b>Revise </b>using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining word choice
f. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting or deselecting information to
f. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting an appropriate organizational
f. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting a logical sequence of ideas or
e. Use a variety of <b>pre-writing</b> strategies by: [CLG 2.2.1] (VSC 3.2.1)<br>_ Identifying relevant sources of information.
e. Use a variety of <b>pre-writing</b> strategies by: [CLG 2.2.1] (VSC 3.2.1)<br>_ Beginning a coherent plan for composing (e.g., <b>gra
e. Use a variety of <b>pre-writing</b> strategies by: [CLG 2.2.1] (VSC 3.2.1)<br>_ Developing ideas for a personal narrative (e.g., listing,
e. Use a variety of <b>pre-writing</b> strategies by: [CLG 2.2.1] (VSC 3.2.1)<br>_ Generating ideas for a personal narrative (e.g., <b>bra
<b>d. Respond to an AP-type time writing prompt GT</b>
c. Respond to an SAT-type prompt within a 35-minute time
b. Compose an <i>expository essay</i> by:<br> _ <b>Analyzing how an outside quote or critical analysis relates to the narrative. G/T (VSC
a. Compose a personal narrative or <b>memoir</b> about an incident or series of incidents to express personal ideas. [CLG 2.1.3]
b. Compose an <i>expository essay</i> by:<br> _ Analyzing the contributions of plot and setting to the development of the narrative. (VSC
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_<b> Analyzin
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Extend comm
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Determining
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Confirming
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Drawing con
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Summarizing
e. Use <u>after-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.3] (VSC 1.1.3)<br>_ Summarizing
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Using orga
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Maintainin
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Identifying
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Focusing o
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Identifying
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Making co
d. Use <u>during-reading strategies</u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by: [CLG 1.1.2] (VSC 1.1.2)<br>_ Using <b>
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
c. Use <u>pre-reading strategies </u> appropriate to both the text and purpose for reading by surveying the text, accessing prior knowledge
b. Consider the contributions of <b>plot</b> and <b>setting</b> when constructing meaning by: [CLG 1.2.1] (VSC 1.2.1)<br>_ Analyzing
b. Consider the contributions of <b>plot</b> and <b>setting</b> when constructing meaning by: [CLG 1.2.1] (VSC 1.2.1)<br>_ Identifyin
b. Consider the contributions of <b>plot</b> and <b>setting</b> when constructing meaning by: [CLG 1.2.1] (VSC 1.2.1)<br>_ Identifyin
a. Identify features of <b>language</b> that create personal <b>voice</b> and <b>tone </b>by: [CLG 1.3.3] (VSC 2.1.2)<br>_ Analyzing
a. Identify features of <b>language</b> that create personal <b>voice</b> and <b>tone </b>by: [CLG 1.3.3] (VSC 2.1.2)<br>_ Identifying
a. Identify features of <b>language</b> that create personal <b>voice</b> and <b>tone </b>by: [CLG 1.3.3] (VSC 2.1.2)<br>_ Analyzing
c. Identify and use formal and informal language appropriate to a particular purpose and audience by: <br>_ Revising a text to address a new
c. Identify and use formal and informal language appropriate to a particular purpose and audience by:<br>_ Employing informal language to
b. Explore the status of Standard English as a language of wider communication in academic and career settings by recognizing how the lan
a. Gain an appreciation of the many different dialects of English through study of oral discourse, film, and literature by describing linguistic
f. Select language to create appropriate tone by: <br>_ Recognizing how word choice affects tone. (VSC 3.2.3)
f. Select language to create appropriate tone by: <br>_ Choosing tone effectively (e.g., humorous, urgent, formal, informal) for purpose and
e. Revise sentences for conciseness and clarity using specific, precise language. (VSC 3.2.3)
d. Eliminate or reconstruct misplaced or dangling modifiers after:<br>_ Identifying dangling modifiers as phrases or clauses that do not logi
c. Use parallel grammatical components when appropriate by:<br>_ Identifying situations in which parallel structure is needed (e.g., in a ser
b. Use coordination and subordination of sentence components effectively by:<br>_ Improving the rhythm of a composition with appropriat
a. Vary the placement of individual components (words, phrases, and clauses) as modifiers by:<br>_ Placing modifiers clearly and effective
d. Apply the conventions for punctuating phrases and clauses by: <br>_ Using a comma to set off an adverb clause where appropriate (e.g.,
d. Apply the conventions for punctuating phrases and clauses by: <br>_ Using commas to set off a nonessential adjective clause.
c. Discover how a variety of paragraphs is possible and acceptable from a series of single clusters related by theme or topic by:<br>_ Comp
c. Discover how a variety of paragraphs is possible and acceptable from a series of single clusters related by theme or topic by:<br>_ Explo
b. Employ sentence combining as a support or scaffolding for original sentence composing by: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Using skills acquired thro
b. Employ sentence combining as a support or scaffolding for original sentence composing by: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Using particular and iden
a. Use coordination and subordination of sentence components by: (VSC3.2.3) <br>_ Identifying sentence-combining possibilities during th
a. Use coordination and subordination of sentence components by: (VSC3.2.3)<br> _ Subordinating sentence components to link or contras
c. Explain how some words and phrases (gerunds, gerund phrases) can take the place of nouns in a sentence<i> (Running is my favorite hob
b. Explain how a dependent (subordinate) clause is a sentence component that can function as a modifier (adjective clause, adverb clause) b
b. Explain how a dependent (subordinate) clause is a sentence component that can function as a modifier (adjective clause, adverb clause) b
a. Differentiate connotative from denotative meanings of words. (VSC 1.1.4)
<b>c. Compose a response to an AP-style question in a 35-minute timed writing by: G/T (VSC 3.1.2)</b><br><b>_ Developing a thesis tha
<b>c. Compose a response to an AP-style question in a 35-minute timed writing by: G/T (VSC 3.1.2)</b><br><b>_ Following the organiza
d. Respond to an SAT-type prompt
e. Use a variety of <i>pre-writing</i> strategies by: [CLG 2.2.1] (VSC 3.2.1)<br>_ Generating ideas for an essay (e.g., <i>brainstorming</
e. Use a variety of <i>pre-writing</i> strategies by: [CLG 2.2.1] (VSC 3.2.1)<br>_ Developing ideas for an essay (e.g., listing, free writing
e. Use a variety of <i>pre-writing</i> strategies by: [CLG 2.2.1] (VSC 3.2.1)<br>_ Beginning a coherent plan for composing (e.g., <i>grap
e. Use a variety of <i>pre-writing</i> strategies by: [CLG 2.2.1] (VSC 3.2.1)<br>_ Identifying relevant sources of information.
f. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting a logical sequence of ideas or
f. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting an appropriate organizational
f. Select and organize ideas for specific audiences and purposes by: [CLG 2.2.2] (VSC 3.2.2)<br>_ Selecting or deselecting information to
g.<i><b> Revise </i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining word choice
g.<i><b> Revise </i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining ideas
g.<i><b> Revise </i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining sentence fluency
g.<i><b> Revise </i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining word choice
g.<i><b> Revise </i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining voice
g.<i><b> Revise </i></b> using 6+1 Traits of Writing rubrics: (VSC 3.2.3)<br>_ Examining organization
h. Use suitable traditional and electronic resources to refine and edit for effective and appropriate use of language and <i><b>conventions,<
a. State and explain a personal response to print and non-print text [CLG 4.1.1] (VSC 2.1.1)
b. Assess the effectiveness of organizational patterns, word choice, syntax, use of figurative language and rhetorical devices (VSC 2.1.2)
c. Evaluate textual changes in a work ad explain how these changed alter tone, clarify meaning, address a particular audience or fulfill a pur
<b>d. Evaluate the author_s ability to effectively portray the theme of the poem, essay, or story. G/T</b>
<b>e. Investigating the connectivity of literary and non-literary works using themes. G/T (VSC 2.1.3, 2.1.4)</b>
<b>f. Assess the effectiveness of symbols in relation to themes. G/T (VSC 2.1.2)</b>
a. Explore techniques of public speaking (VSC 5.2.2)
b. Rehearse oral texts for effective application of diction, intonation, and rhetorical strategies, such as introductions, sequence, illustrations,
<b>c. Explain how structure and delivery (intonation, pitch, volume, pause, rate, movement, and gestures) affect the meaning of oral texts. G
a. Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<br>_ Dictionary
a. Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<br>_ Thesaurus
a. Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<br>_ Encyclopedia
a. Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<br>_ Magazines
a. Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<br>_ Newspapers
a. Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<br>_ Nonfiction books
a. Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<br>_ Card catalogue (traditiona
a. Identify sources of information on a self-selected and/or given topic including: [CLG 2.3.1] (VSC 3.1.4)<br>_ On-line websites.
b. Use the Big6 process for recording, documenting, and organizing information including: [CLG 2.3.3]<br>_ Appropriate strategies for tak
b. Use the Big6 process for recording, documenting, and organizing information including: [CLG 2.3.3]<BR>Appropriate strategies for org
b. Use the Big6 process for recording, documenting, and organizing information including: [CLG 2.3.3]<BR>Information to include or excl
b. Use the Big6 process for recording, documenting, and organizing information including: [CLG 2.3.3]<BR>Advantages, disadvantages, o
b. Use the Big6 process for recording, documenting, and organizing information including: [CLG 2.3.3]<BR>Advantages, disadvantages, o
b. Use the Big6 process for recording, documenting, and organizing information including: [CLG 2.3.3]<BR>Information to include or excl
c. Demonstrate an understanding of academic integrity and all its implications
d. Use Turnitin.com as outlined by the teacher
Describe the underlying concepts of: bacterial transformation, gene expression and regulation, aseptic technique, streaking for isolation, ant
Perform bacterial transformation
Determine the degree of success in genetically modifying bacteria
Develop proficiency in using laboratory equipment
Develop proficiency with laboratory calculations
Describe the concepts underlying the following procedures and list their applications: gel electrophoresis, column chromatography, spectrop
Describe the concepts underlying the following procedures and list their applications to compare methods of column chromatography includ
Describe the concepts underlying the following procedures and list their applications of dilution of concentrated solutions
Discuss the relationship between the structure and biochemical properties of proteins in relation to: gel electrophoresis, column chromatogra
Discuss the relationship between the structure and biochemical properties of proteins in relation to:comparing methods of column chromato
Discuss the relationship between the structure and biochemical properties of proteins in relation to dilution of concentrated solutions
Perform the following techniques in the characterization of various proteins: Spectrophotometry, SDS-PAGE, Bradford assay, Column chro
Develop proficiency in using laboratory equipment
Develop proficiency with laboratory calculations
Describe the structure and function of the three types of RNA.
Describe the structure of viruses.
Discuss enzyme-substrate interaction and their role in protein analysis.
Discuss antigen-antibody interaction and their role in protein analysis.
Describe the underlying concepts of the following techniques: Serial dilution, Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA), Total RNA E
Perform the following techniques in the detection of viral infection: Plant virus inoculation, Serial Dilution. ELISA. Total RNA Extraction.
Develop proficiency in using laboratory equipment
Develop proficiency with laboratory calculations
Explain what electrophoresis results indicate about the success of restriction enzyme digestion, ligation, or transformation.
Relate plasmid structure to function
Discuss gene regulation in bacteria
Explain the actions of restriction enzymes on DNA
Define the terms genetic engineering and recombinant DNA technology, and list various applications of each
Reinforce gel electrophoresis concepts and skills
Reinforce bacterial transformation concepts and skills
Perform the following techniques in order to generate, clone, and characterize recombinant plasmids isolated from bacteria: bacterial culture
Develop proficiency in using laboratory equipment
Develop proficiency with laboratory calculations
Identify familiar examples of research.
Differentiate among the varying purposes for research in different fields.
Identify examples of primary sources.
Identify examples of secondary sources.
Use primary and secondary sources to answer a teacher-selected research question.
Identify the steps of the primary research process within a sample study.
Recognize an appropriate research design for a given research question.
Recognize an appropriate sample selection for surveying.
Select an appropriate measurement tool, such as a survey or an observation.
Analyze numerical descriptive data by determining the frequency, median, mode, and mean.
Analyze nominal descriptive data using chi square.
Utilize effective interviewing techniques.
Summarize qualitative data and draw conclusions.
Explain the relationship between multiple independent variables.
Calculate the correlational coefficient for a set of data
Develop an historical research question.
Utilize the tools of the historian.
Assess the validity of information using triangulation of data.
Identify independent and dependent variables, as well as constants.
Explain how to design a controlled experiment.
Analyze and chart data.
Calculate t-test values.
Identify potential sources of error.
Identify an area of interest.
Examine creative problem-solving strategies.
Gather a variety of sources and create a preliminary bibliography.
Develop a working thesis by narrowing the focus of the topic.
Organize and record information obtained.
Develop and maintain a portfolio and management plan.
Construct a written analysis of the information obtained.
Construct a reflection on the secondary research process.
Re-examine the secondary research findings.
Identify a research question and develop an investigation assumption
Select and implement an appropriate research design.
Create a primary resource measurement tool to collect data.
Triangulate data to ensure the validity of acquired data.
Collect and analyze data.
Document research findings in an abstract.
Maintain a portfolio and management plan.
Identify the need or problem.
Identify the primary and secondary research conducted.
Examine how the research findings guided the development of a solution to the problem.
Review the identified, original need or problem.
Revisit original primary and secondary research findings.
Use the research findings to determine the most appropriate and original solution to the identified need or problem.
Develop the original product or solution.
Identify the appropriate audience.
Revise the action plan based upon feedback from professionals in the field.
Maintain a portfolio and management plan.
Develop an instrument for audience feedback.
Develop a presentation of the original product or solution to communicate research findings.
Implement the original product or solution.
Write a reflection on the original product or solution.
Make predictions about the content of a textbook based on chapter titles, topics, subtopics, captions, and visual aids.
The student will be able to self-correct miscues using meaning, syntax, and visual information.
Identify the components of a content textbook including: table of contents, text, chapters, glossary, index, bibliography, and appendices.
The student will be able to adjust intonation and pitch (rise and fall of spoken voice) appropriately.
The student will be able to read aloud grade level materials appropriately attending to punctuation and phrasing.
The student will be able to read instructional level text (90% success) at a rate greater than 100 words read correctly per minute.
The student will be able to read independent level text (95% success) at a rate greater than 130 correct words per minute.
The student will be able to read familiar text at a rate that is conversational and consistent.
The student will be able to use a classroom dictionary, textbook glossary, encyclopedia, and classroom thesaurus.
The student will be able to explain relationships between and among words (I.e., antonyms and synonyms).
The student will be able to apply prefixes and suffixes appropriately to base words and word roots to create new words.
The student will be able to assess the strategies used to construct meaning from a particular text using a reading checklist of strategies.
The student will be able to use prefixes and suffixes to determine meanings of words.
The student will be able to determine relationships between and among ideas in one or more texts.
The student will be able to describe the strategies used to construct meaning in particular texts when reading literary experience, for informa
The student will be able to record personal actions, reflections, and decisions made before and during reading particular texts for literary ex
The student will be able to summarize texts by paraphrasing, organizing, and interpreting information.
The student will be able to look back through the text to search for connections.
The student will be able to monitor and maintain comprehension while revising predictions as needed.
The student will be able to write self-questions while reading grade level materials to aid comprehension.
The student will be able to use prior knowledge to preview and make predictions about grade level content materials.
The student will be able to read a minimum of 25 self-selected and/or assigned books or book equivalents representing various genres.
The student will be able to compare evidence collected early and late in the unit to describe how particular strategies have been understood
The student will be able to label or annotate particular samples or pieces of evidence for later analysis.
The student will be able to define strategic reading.
The student will be able to collect samples of strategic reading throughout the unit: e.g.., student generated lists of reading strategies they us
The student will be able to explain what good readers do before, during, and after reading.
Create an individual professional development plan beginning with preparation for Field Experience and continuing through completion of i
Examine the influence of increasing student diversity on current pedagogy.
Describe how the classroom teacher's role and responsibilities have been altered by social trends and issues including poverty, differing pare
Predict how technology will impact learning and teaching in the near future.
Analyze the impact of technology on the teacher's role.
Describe teacher retention tools and strategies used by the Howard County Public School System.
Identify tools and strategies designed to enhance teacher retention and evaluate the success of each.
Describe teacher recruitment programs and incentives used by the Howard County Public School System.
Discuss major challenges to the retention of beginning teachers.
Cite examples of programs designed to increase and diversify the student population preparing for teaching careers.
Discuss major challenges in the recruitment of new teachers.
Identify incentives currently used to recruit potential teachers and suggest additional incentives that could be implemented.
Identify sources of data and information about Howard County school performance and evaluate the validity of each source.
Using a variety of data and information sources, describe local public opinion about Howard County schools.
Analyze survey data and other summaries of public opinion of schools in the United States to identify issues and trends.
Identify sources of data and information about school performance and evaluate the validity of each source.
List factors which shape public opinion of schools.
Compare and contrast student achievement in the United States with performance data from other industrialized countries.
Identify elements of educational policy and practice from other countries that could be adopted by and adapted to education in the United St
Compare and contrast educational system in the United States with the educational systems adopted by countries in Asia, Europe, Africa, an
Develop a pre-service professional code of ethics to be used during the Field Experience in Education.
Analyze case studies of ethical dilemmas for classroom teachers.
Identify key issues to be addressed in a code of ethics for classroom teachers.
Present arguments in support of formal ethical standards for classroom teachers.
Define and give examples of professional codes of ethics.
Discuss the legal rights and responsibilities of teachers and cite Supreme Court cases addressing issues such as reporting of child abuse, sex
Discuss the legal rights of students and cite Supreme Court cases addressing issues such as due process, privacy rights, corporal punishment
Summarize the tension between the Free Exercise Clause and the Establishment Clause as related to religion and the public schools.
Explain the significance of landmark Supreme Court decisions in relation to school policy and practice.
Describe how the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights guarantee the legal rights of students and teachers.
Explain how the the U.S. Constitution grants and distributes powers to the federal and state governments in educational matters.
Discuss the influence of business and industry, private citizens and the community as a whole on school finance at the district level.
Using the Howard County Public School System budget as the model, cite examples of grant funding from federal, state, local, and private s
Using Howard County Public School System budget as a model, identify the primary budget categories and the percentage of total budget fu
Using Howard County as a model, diagram the funding sources for the school district.
Discuss the influence of private citizens and the community as awhole on school governance at the district level.
Analyze the influence of the business community on school governance at the state and district levels.
Distinguish between elected and appointed educational leaders.
Diagram the education leadership at the national, state, district, and school levels.
Compare and contrast the governance of public, charter, and private schools.
Using Howard County as the model, outline the governance of schools from the federal, state, district and school levels.
Compare and contrast core curriculum and multicultural curriculum and cite arguments in support of and against each.
Analyze the impact of culture and diversity on the development of curriculum.
Cite recent issues and trends affecting content areas including the Arts, World Languages, Physical Education/Health, and Career and Techn
Cite recent issues and trends affecting five academic content areas: English, Reading, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.
Examine the impact of technology on the development and delivery of curriculum.
Explain the influence of assessment including high stakes testing on what is taught in schools.
Analyze informal social, political and economic influences on the development of curriculum.
Describe the relationship between national and state content standards to local curriculum.
Examine the role of past educational policy and practice on the experience of women in the United States.
Define the term curriculum and identify the typical components of a formal, written curriculum.
Examine the role of past educational policy and practice on the English Language Learners experience in the United States.
Examine the role of past educational policy and practice on the opportunities for students with special needs.
Examine the role of past educational policy and practice on the Native American experience in the United States.
Examine the role of past educational policy and practice on the African American experience in the United States.
Define the term achievement gap and analyze the impact of current federal and state education policy and practice on closing the achieveme
Discuss the impact of the Progressive Era on education in North America.
Relate Cold War events to the development of American educational policy including the National Defense Education Act and the Elementa
Identify cultural, social, economic, and political factors which influence educational access and equity.
Analyze factors that promote and hinder student performance and success.
Discuss the impact of industrialization and urbanization on education in North America.
Trace the development of secondary education from its earliest forms to the present day.
Compare and contrast the structure, philosophies, and formation of junior high and middle school education.
Trace the development of elementary education from its colonial origins through the Latin Grammar and Common School periods.
Outline the development of higher education in North America and identify major colleges and universities associated with different stages
Define the term normal school and explain the role normal schools played in the development of teaching as a profession.
Trace the earliest influences on the development of education including those from China, Egypt, Greece, Rome and Medieval Europe.
Develop a personal Philsophy of Education for inclusion in the pre-service portfolio.
Distinguish between subject-centered and child-centered philosophies of education.
Identify the primary components and core characteristics of a Philosophy of Education.
Compare and contrast the five major educational philosophies: Essentialism, Perennialism, Progressivism, Social Reconstructivism, and Exi
Compare and contrast the multiple purposes for education and their impact on what and how teachers teach.
Identify a variety of professional organizations and associations connected with teaching.
Examine what makes a teacher effective.
Discuss motives and rewards for becoming a teacher.
Examine different tasks and roles assumed by teachers.
Cite evidence supporting the view of teaching as a profession
Explain education job market trends in Maryland including critical shortage and surplus areas.
Describe reciprocity agreements and national board standards as applied to teacher certification and licensure.
Identify licensure types and requirements in the state of Maryland.
Examine the educational and licensing requirements for entering and advancing in educational careers including a variety of content areas a
Describe the formal and informal education associated with becoming a teacher.
<b>19.1 Analyzing Financial Needs</b>
<b>19.2 Sources of Funding</b>
<b>Goal 8: Introduction to Financial Management for Business: Explain the importance of financial management for business and explore e
<b>19.0 Sources of Funding</b>
Objective: Describe functions of the Small Business Administration and identify alternative sources of funding a business.
Objective: Analyze financial needs and identify sources of financing.
<b>18.2 Case Study: A Financial Plan</b>
<b>Goal 8: Introduction to Financial Management for Business: Explain the importance of financial management for business and explore e
<b>18.1 Identifying Required Capital</b>
Objective: Develop and analyze financial plans.
<b>18.0 Developing a Financial Plan</b>
Objective: Describe aspects of a financial plan.
Objective: Identify start-up capital, estimate operating capital, and analyze projected financial statements.
<b>Goal 8: Introduction to Financial Management for Business: Explain the importance of financial management for business and explore e
<b>17.2 Financial Management</b>
<b>17.0 Developing a Business Plan</b>
<b>17.1 A Plan for Business</b>
<b>Objective: Identify three parts of the business plan.</b>
<b>Goal 8: Introduction to Financial Management for Business: Explain the importance of financial management for business and explore e
<b>16.2 The Corporation</b>
<b>16.0 Types of Business Ownership</b>
<b>16.1 Sole Proprietorship & Partnership</b>
Objective: Explain forms of business ownership and identify advantages and disadvantages for each.
<b>15.3 Estate Planning & Taxes</b>
<b>Goal 8: Introduction to Financial Management for Business: Explain the importance of financial management for business and explore e
Objective: Explore different retirement plans.
<b>15.0 Retirement & Estate Planning</b>
<b>15.1 Retirement Planning</b>
<b>15.2 Planning Retirement Income</b>
Objective: Explain the importance of saving for retirement.
g. Develop a time management plan to allow completion of a series of tasks within a specified amount of time.
f. Design a realistic long-term personal goal that includes a monitoring plan and an action plan of specific strategies and steps.
e. Chart performance over time in a variety of physical activities to evaluate the relationship between effort and skill development.
d. Predict the outcomes of alternative strategies to solve barriers to achieving personal goals and implement the best solution.
c. Use asking, listening, resistance, refusal and conflict resolution skills to build and maintain healthy relationships.
a. Develop strategies and skills to maintain self control in challenging settings.
b. Describe and use a variety of ways to communicate empathy, care, consideration, and respect for self others.
o. Evaluate the contribution of non-school activities to the development of healthy fitness levels.
n. Design and adhere to an appropriate flexibility program and demonstrate the ability to identify saafe contraindicated flexibility exercises.
m. Design and adhere to an appropriate flexibilty program and demonstrate the ability to identify safe and appropriate warm-up and cool-do
l. Explain why some regular stretching is appropriate to increase the length of muscles and connective tissue and to improve range of joint m
k. Design and participate in appropriate strength and muscular endurance activities involving manipulation or control of own body weight.
j. Design and monitor a fitness program using intermittent aerobic activities lasting 1-15 minutes or more, as well as strength and flexibility
h.Analyze culture and media messages to determine bias to