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Kindergarten

Social Studies

Learning and Working Now and Long Ago

Historical and Social Sciences Analysis Skills: The intellectual skills noted below are to be learned through, and applied to, the content standards for kindergarten through grade five. They are to be assessed only in conjunction with the content standards in kindergarten through grade five. In addition to the standards for kindergarten through grade five, students demonstrate the following intellectual, reasoning, reflection, and research skills.

Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

LIFE SCIENCE

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Health and PE

Health Education Content Standards

Physical Education Model Content Standards

World Languages

Content: As students become literate in the target language, they acquire relevant content through various topics. This in turn expands their access to information from around the globe. At the same time, students use the language to participate in everyday social interactions with members of California's diverse communities. Moreover, the content students acquire in the language classroom enables them to make connections and reinforce knowledge from other content areas of the curriculum. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students address a wide variety of content that is age and stage appropriate.

Communication: In order to achieve communicative competence, students convey and receive messages effectively. Students actively use language to transmit meaning while responding to real situations. Moreover, they process language in linguistically and culturally appropriate ways while interacting with a wide variety of audiences. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students engage in communication that is age and stage appropriate.

Cultures: In order to understand the connection between language and culture, students discern how a culture views the world. Students comprehend the ideas, attitudes, and values that shape the target culture. These shared common perspectives, practices, and products incorporate not only formal aspects of a culture such as contributions of literature, the arts and science, but also the daily living practices, shared traditions, and common patterns of behavior acceptable to a society. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students demonstrate understanding of cultural perspectives by behaving in culturally appropriate ways.

Structures: Languages vary considerably in the structures that learners use to convey meaning; therefore, the following standards are general in order to apply to all languages. It is expected that the curriculum will feature language specific structures essential to accurate communication. As they acquire vocabulary in the target language, students grasp the associated concepts, and comprehend the structures the language uses to convey meaning. Moreover, they discover patterns in the language system. A language system consists of not only grammar rules and vocabulary, but also such elements as gestures and other forms of nonverbal communication. A language system also includes discourse, whereby speakers learn what to say to whom and when. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages. Students identify similarities and differences among the languages they know.

Settings: In order for students to communicate effectively, they use elements of language appropriate for a given situation. Language conveys meaning best when the setting, or context, in which it is used, is known. This knowledge of context assists students not only in comprehending meaning but also in using language that is culturally appropriate. Context also helps define and clarify the meaning of language that is new to the learner. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students carry out tasks in stage and age appropriate situations that reflect the target culture.

Language Arts

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Arts Education

DANCE

MUSIC

THEATRE

VISUAL ARTS

Library Media

Students access information. The student will access information by applying knowledge of the organization of libraries, print materials, digital media, and other sources.

Students evaluate information. The student will evaluate and analyze information to determine what is appropriate to address the scope of inquiry.

Students use information. The student will organize, synthesize, create, and communicate information.

Students integrate information literacy skills into all areas of learning. The student will independently pursue information to become a lifelong learner.

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Counting and Cardinality

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Number and Operations in Base Ten

Measurement and Data

Geometry

1st

Social Studies

A Child's Place in Time and Space

Historical and Social Sciences Analysis Skills: The intellectual skills noted below are to be learned through, and applied to, the content standards for kindergarten through grade five. They are to be assessed only in conjunction with the content standards in kindergarten through grade five. In addition to the standards for kindergarten through grade five, students demonstrate the following intellectual, reasoning, reflection, and research skills.

Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

LIFE SCIENCE

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Health and PE

Health Education Content Standards

Physical Education Model Content Standards

World Languages

Content: As students become literate in the target language, they acquire relevant content through various topics. This in turn expands their access to information from around the globe. At the same time, students use the language to participate in everyday social interactions with members of California's diverse communities. Moreover, the content students acquire in the language classroom enables them to make connections and reinforce knowledge from other content areas of the curriculum. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students address a wide variety of content that is age and stage appropriate.

Communication: In order to achieve communicative competence, students convey and receive messages effectively. Students actively use language to transmit meaning while responding to real situations. Moreover, they process language in linguistically and culturally appropriate ways while interacting with a wide variety of audiences. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students engage in communication that is age and stage appropriate.

Cultures: In order to understand the connection between language and culture, students discern how a culture views the world. Students comprehend the ideas, attitudes, and values that shape the target culture. These shared common perspectives, practices, and products incorporate not only formal aspects of a culture such as contributions of literature, the arts and science, but also the daily living practices, shared traditions, and common patterns of behavior acceptable to a society. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students demonstrate understanding of cultural perspectives by behaving in culturally appropriate ways.

Structures: Languages vary considerably in the structures that learners use to convey meaning; therefore, the following standards are general in order to apply to all languages. It is expected that the curriculum will feature language specific structures essential to accurate communication. As they acquire vocabulary in the target language, students grasp the associated concepts, and comprehend the structures the language uses to convey meaning. Moreover, they discover patterns in the language system. A language system consists of not only grammar rules and vocabulary, but also such elements as gestures and other forms of nonverbal communication. A language system also includes discourse, whereby speakers learn what to say to whom and when. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages. Students identify similarities and differences among the languages they know.

Settings: In order for students to communicate effectively, they use elements of language appropriate for a given situation. Language conveys meaning best when the setting, or context, in which it is used, is known. This knowledge of context assists students not only in comprehending meaning but also in using language that is culturally appropriate. Context also helps define and clarify the meaning of language that is new to the learner. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students carry out tasks in stage and age appropriate situations that reflect the target culture.

Language Arts

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Arts Education

DANCE

MUSIC

THEATRE

VISUAL ARTS

Library Media

Students access information. The student will access information by applying knowledge of the organization of libraries, print materials, digital media, and other sources.

Students evaluate information. The student will evaluate and analyze information to determine what is appropriate to address the scope of inquiry.

Students use information. The student will organize, synthesize, create, and communicate information.

Students integrate information literacy skills into all areas of learning. The student will independently pursue information to become a lifelong learner.

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Number and Operations in Base Ten

Measurement and Data

Geometry

2nd

Social Studies

People Who Make a Difference

Historical and Social Sciences Analysis Skills: The intellectual skills noted below are to be learned through, and applied to, the content standards for kindergarten through grade five. They are to be assessed only in conjunction with the content standards in kindergarten through grade five. In addition to the standards for kindergarten through grade five, students demonstrate the following intellectual, reasoning, reflection, and research skills.

Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

LIFE SCIENCE

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Health and PE

Health Education Content Standards

Physical Education Model Content Standards

World Languages

Content: As students become literate in the target language, they acquire relevant content through various topics. This in turn expands their access to information from around the globe. At the same time, students use the language to participate in everyday social interactions with members of California's diverse communities. Moreover, the content students acquire in the language classroom enables them to make connections and reinforce knowledge from other content areas of the curriculum. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students address a wide variety of content that is age and stage appropriate.

Communication: In order to achieve communicative competence, students convey and receive messages effectively. Students actively use language to transmit meaning while responding to real situations. Moreover, they process language in linguistically and culturally appropriate ways while interacting with a wide variety of audiences. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students engage in communication that is age and stage appropriate.

Cultures: In order to understand the connection between language and culture, students discern how a culture views the world. Students comprehend the ideas, attitudes, and values that shape the target culture. These shared common perspectives, practices, and products incorporate not only formal aspects of a culture such as contributions of literature, the arts and science, but also the daily living practices, shared traditions, and common patterns of behavior acceptable to a society. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students demonstrate understanding of cultural perspectives by behaving in culturally appropriate ways.

Structures: Languages vary considerably in the structures that learners use to convey meaning; therefore, the following standards are general in order to apply to all languages. It is expected that the curriculum will feature language specific structures essential to accurate communication. As they acquire vocabulary in the target language, students grasp the associated concepts, and comprehend the structures the language uses to convey meaning. Moreover, they discover patterns in the language system. A language system consists of not only grammar rules and vocabulary, but also such elements as gestures and other forms of nonverbal communication. A language system also includes discourse, whereby speakers learn what to say to whom and when. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages. Students identify similarities and differences among the languages they know.

Settings: In order for students to communicate effectively, they use elements of language appropriate for a given situation. Language conveys meaning best when the setting, or context, in which it is used, is known. This knowledge of context assists students not only in comprehending meaning but also in using language that is culturally appropriate. Context also helps define and clarify the meaning of language that is new to the learner. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students carry out tasks in stage and age appropriate situations that reflect the target culture.

Language Arts

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Arts Education

DANCE

MUSIC

THEATRE

VISUAL ARTS

Library Media

Students access information. The student will access information by applying knowledge of the organization of libraries, print materials, digital media, and other sources.

Students evaluate information. The student will evaluate and analyze information to determine what is appropriate to address the scope of inquiry.

Students use information. The student will organize, synthesize, create, and communicate information.

Students integrate information literacy skills into all areas of learning. The student will independently pursue information to become a lifelong learner.

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Number and Operations in Base Ten

Measurement and Data

Geometry

3rd

Social Studies

Continuity and Change

Historical and Social Sciences Analysis Skills: The intellectual skills noted below are to be learned through, and applied to, the content standards for kindergarten through grade five. They are to be assessed only in conjunction with the content standards in kindergarten through grade five. In addition to the standards for kindergarten through grade five, students demonstrate the following intellectual, reasoning, reflection, and research skills.

Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

LIFE SCIENCE

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Health and PE

Health Education Content Standards

Physical Education Model Content Standards

World Languages

Content: As students become literate in the target language, they acquire relevant content through various topics. This in turn expands their access to information from around the globe. At the same time, students use the language to participate in everyday social interactions with members of California's diverse communities. Moreover, the content students acquire in the language classroom enables them to make connections and reinforce knowledge from other content areas of the curriculum. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students address a wide variety of content that is age and stage appropriate.

Communication: In order to achieve communicative competence, students convey and receive messages effectively. Students actively use language to transmit meaning while responding to real situations. Moreover, they process language in linguistically and culturally appropriate ways while interacting with a wide variety of audiences. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students engage in communication that is age and stage appropriate.

Cultures: In order to understand the connection between language and culture, students discern how a culture views the world. Students comprehend the ideas, attitudes, and values that shape the target culture. These shared common perspectives, practices, and products incorporate not only formal aspects of a culture such as contributions of literature, the arts and science, but also the daily living practices, shared traditions, and common patterns of behavior acceptable to a society. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students demonstrate understanding of cultural perspectives by behaving in culturally appropriate ways.

Structures: Languages vary considerably in the structures that learners use to convey meaning; therefore, the following standards are general in order to apply to all languages. It is expected that the curriculum will feature language specific structures essential to accurate communication. As they acquire vocabulary in the target language, students grasp the associated concepts, and comprehend the structures the language uses to convey meaning. Moreover, they discover patterns in the language system. A language system consists of not only grammar rules and vocabulary, but also such elements as gestures and other forms of nonverbal communication. A language system also includes discourse, whereby speakers learn what to say to whom and when. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages. Students identify similarities and differences among the languages they know.

Settings: In order for students to communicate effectively, they use elements of language appropriate for a given situation. Language conveys meaning best when the setting, or context, in which it is used, is known. This knowledge of context assists students not only in comprehending meaning but also in using language that is culturally appropriate. Context also helps define and clarify the meaning of language that is new to the learner. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students carry out tasks in stage and age appropriate situations that reflect the target culture.

Language Arts

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Arts Education

DANCE

MUSIC

THEATRE

VISUAL ARTS

Library Media

Students access information. The student will access information by applying knowledge of the organization of libraries, print materials, digital media, and other sources.

Students evaluate information. The student will evaluate and analyze information to determine what is appropriate to address the scope of inquiry.

Students use information. The student will organize, synthesize, create, and communicate information.

Students integrate information literacy skills into all areas of learning. The student will independently pursue information to become a lifelong learner.

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Number and Operations in Base Ten

Number and Operations—Fractions

Measurement and Data

Geometry

4th

Social Studies

California: A Changing State

Historical and Social Sciences Analysis Skills: The intellectual skills noted below are to be learned through, and applied to, the content standards for kindergarten through grade five. They are to be assessed only in conjunction with the content standards in kindergarten through grade five. In addition to the standards for kindergarten through grade five, students demonstrate the following intellectual, reasoning, reflection, and research skills.

Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

LIFE SCIENCE

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Health and PE

Health Education Content Standards

Physical Education Model Content Standards

World Languages

Content: As students become literate in the target language, they acquire relevant content through various topics. This in turn expands their access to information from around the globe. At the same time, students use the language to participate in everyday social interactions with members of California's diverse communities. Moreover, the content students acquire in the language classroom enables them to make connections and reinforce knowledge from other content areas of the curriculum. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students address a wide variety of content that is age and stage appropriate.

Communication: In order to achieve communicative competence, students convey and receive messages effectively. Students actively use language to transmit meaning while responding to real situations. Moreover, they process language in linguistically and culturally appropriate ways while interacting with a wide variety of audiences. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students engage in communication that is age and stage appropriate.

Cultures: In order to understand the connection between language and culture, students discern how a culture views the world. Students comprehend the ideas, attitudes, and values that shape the target culture. These shared common perspectives, practices, and products incorporate not only formal aspects of a culture such as contributions of literature, the arts and science, but also the daily living practices, shared traditions, and common patterns of behavior acceptable to a society. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students demonstrate understanding of cultural perspectives by behaving in culturally appropriate ways.

Structures: Languages vary considerably in the structures that learners use to convey meaning; therefore, the following standards are general in order to apply to all languages. It is expected that the curriculum will feature language specific structures essential to accurate communication. As they acquire vocabulary in the target language, students grasp the associated concepts, and comprehend the structures the language uses to convey meaning. Moreover, they discover patterns in the language system. A language system consists of not only grammar rules and vocabulary, but also such elements as gestures and other forms of nonverbal communication. A language system also includes discourse, whereby speakers learn what to say to whom and when. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages. Students identify similarities and differences among the languages they know.

Settings: In order for students to communicate effectively, they use elements of language appropriate for a given situation. Language conveys meaning best when the setting, or context, in which it is used, is known. This knowledge of context assists students not only in comprehending meaning but also in using language that is culturally appropriate. Context also helps define and clarify the meaning of language that is new to the learner. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students carry out tasks in stage and age appropriate situations that reflect the target culture.

Language Arts

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Arts Education

DANCE

MUSIC

THEATRE

VISUAL ARTS

Library Media

Students access information. The student will access information by applying knowledge of the organization of libraries, print materials, digital media, and other sources.

Students evaluate information. The student will evaluate and analyze information to determine what is appropriate to address the scope of inquiry.

Students use information. The student will organize, synthesize, create, and communicate information.

Students integrate information literacy skills into all areas of learning. The student will independently pursue information to become a lifelong learner.

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Number and Operations in Base Ten

Number and Operations—Fractions

Measurement and Data

Geometry

5th

Social Studies

United States History and Geography: Making a New Nation

Historical and Social Sciences Analysis Skills: The intellectual skills noted below are to be learned through, and applied to, the content standards for kindergarten through grade five. They are to be assessed only in conjunction with the content standards in kindergarten through grade five. In addition to the standards for kindergarten through grade five, students demonstrate the following intellectual, reasoning, reflection, and research skills.

Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

LIFE SCIENCE

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Health and PE

Health Education Content Standards

Physical Education Model Content Standards

World Languages

Content: As students become literate in the target language, they acquire relevant content through various topics. This in turn expands their access to information from around the globe. At the same time, students use the language to participate in everyday social interactions with members of California's diverse communities. Moreover, the content students acquire in the language classroom enables them to make connections and reinforce knowledge from other content areas of the curriculum. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students address a wide variety of content that is age and stage appropriate.

Communication: In order to achieve communicative competence, students convey and receive messages effectively. Students actively use language to transmit meaning while responding to real situations. Moreover, they process language in linguistically and culturally appropriate ways while interacting with a wide variety of audiences. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students engage in communication that is age and stage appropriate.

Cultures: In order to understand the connection between language and culture, students discern how a culture views the world. Students comprehend the ideas, attitudes, and values that shape the target culture. These shared common perspectives, practices, and products incorporate not only formal aspects of a culture such as contributions of literature, the arts and science, but also the daily living practices, shared traditions, and common patterns of behavior acceptable to a society. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students demonstrate understanding of cultural perspectives by behaving in culturally appropriate ways.

Structures: Languages vary considerably in the structures that learners use to convey meaning; therefore, the following standards are general in order to apply to all languages. It is expected that the curriculum will feature language specific structures essential to accurate communication. As they acquire vocabulary in the target language, students grasp the associated concepts, and comprehend the structures the language uses to convey meaning. Moreover, they discover patterns in the language system. A language system consists of not only grammar rules and vocabulary, but also such elements as gestures and other forms of nonverbal communication. A language system also includes discourse, whereby speakers learn what to say to whom and when. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages. Students identify similarities and differences among the languages they know.

Settings: In order for students to communicate effectively, they use elements of language appropriate for a given situation. Language conveys meaning best when the setting, or context, in which it is used, is known. This knowledge of context assists students not only in comprehending meaning but also in using language that is culturally appropriate. Context also helps define and clarify the meaning of language that is new to the learner. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students carry out tasks in stage and age appropriate situations that reflect the target culture.

Language Arts

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Arts Education

DANCE

MUSIC

THEATRE

VISUAL ARTS

Library Media

Students access information. The student will access information by applying knowledge of the organization of libraries, print materials, digital media, and other sources.

Students evaluate information. The student will evaluate and analyze information to determine what is appropriate to address the scope of inquiry.

Students use information. The student will organize, synthesize, create, and communicate information.

Students integrate information literacy skills into all areas of learning. The student will independently pursue information to become a lifelong learner.

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Number and Operations in Base Ten

Number and Operations—Fractions

Measurement and Data

Geometry

6th

Social Studies

World History and Geography: Ancient Civilizations

Historical and Social Sciences Analysis Skills: The intellectual skills noted below are to be learned through, and applied to, the content standards for grades six through eight. They are to be assessed only in conjunction with the content standards in grades six through eight. In addition to the standards for grades six through eight, students demonstrate the following intellectual reasoning, reflection, and research skills.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

LIFE SCIENCE

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education Content Standards

Physical Education Model Content Standards

World Languages

Content: As students become literate in the target language, they acquire relevant content through various topics. This in turn expands their access to information from around the globe. At the same time, students use the language to participate in everyday social interactions with members of California's diverse communities. Moreover, the content students acquire in the language classroom enables them to make connections and reinforce knowledge from other content areas of the curriculum. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students address a wide variety of content that is age and stage appropriate.

Communication: In order to achieve communicative competence, students convey and receive messages effectively. Students actively use language to transmit meaning while responding to real situations. Moreover, they process language in linguistically and culturally appropriate ways while interacting with a wide variety of audiences. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students engage in communication that is age and stage appropriate.

Cultures: In order to understand the connection between language and culture, students discern how a culture views the world. Students comprehend the ideas, attitudes, and values that shape the target culture. These shared common perspectives, practices, and products incorporate not only formal aspects of a culture such as contributions of literature, the arts and science, but also the daily living practices, shared traditions, and common patterns of behavior acceptable to a society. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students demonstrate understanding of cultural perspectives by behaving in culturally appropriate ways.

Structures: Languages vary considerably in the structures that learners use to convey meaning; therefore, the following standards are general in order to apply to all languages. It is expected that the curriculum will feature language specific structures essential to accurate communication. As they acquire vocabulary in the target language, students grasp the associated concepts, and comprehend the structures the language uses to convey meaning. Moreover, they discover patterns in the language system. A language system consists of not only grammar rules and vocabulary, but also such elements as gestures and other forms of nonverbal communication. A language system also includes discourse, whereby speakers learn what to say to whom and when. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages. Students identify similarities and differences among the languages they know.

Settings: In order for students to communicate effectively, they use elements of language appropriate for a given situation. Language conveys meaning best when the setting, or context, in which it is used, is known. This knowledge of context assists students not only in comprehending meaning but also in using language that is culturally appropriate. Context also helps define and clarify the meaning of language that is new to the learner. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students carry out tasks in stage and age appropriate situations that reflect the target culture.

Language Arts

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Information Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Arts Education

DANCE

MUSIC

THEATRE

VISUAL ARTS

Library Media

Students access information. The student will access information by applying knowledge of the organization of libraries, print materials, digital media, and other sources.

Students evaluate information. The student will evaluate and analyze information to determine what is appropriate to address the scope of inquiry.

Students use information. The student will organize, synthesize, create, and communicate information.

Students integrate information literacy skills into all areas of learning. The student will independently pursue information to become a lifelong learner.

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Ratios and Proportional Relationships

The Number System

Expressions and Equations

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

7th

Social Studies

World History and Geography: Medieval and Early Modern Times

Historical and Social Sciences Analysis Skills: The intellectual skills noted below are to be learned through, and applied to, the content standards for grades six through eight. They are to be assessed only in conjunction with the content standards in grades six through eight. In addition to the standards for grades six through eight, students demonstrate the following intellectual reasoning, reflection, and research skills.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

LIFE SCIENCE

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education Content Standards

Physical Education Model Content Standards

World Languages

Content: As students become literate in the target language, they acquire relevant content through various topics. This in turn expands their access to information from around the globe. At the same time, students use the language to participate in everyday social interactions with members of California's diverse communities. Moreover, the content students acquire in the language classroom enables them to make connections and reinforce knowledge from other content areas of the curriculum. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students address a wide variety of content that is age and stage appropriate.

Communication: In order to achieve communicative competence, students convey and receive messages effectively. Students actively use language to transmit meaning while responding to real situations. Moreover, they process language in linguistically and culturally appropriate ways while interacting with a wide variety of audiences. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students engage in communication that is age and stage appropriate.

Cultures: In order to understand the connection between language and culture, students discern how a culture views the world. Students comprehend the ideas, attitudes, and values that shape the target culture. These shared common perspectives, practices, and products incorporate not only formal aspects of a culture such as contributions of literature, the arts and science, but also the daily living practices, shared traditions, and common patterns of behavior acceptable to a society. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students demonstrate understanding of cultural perspectives by behaving in culturally appropriate ways.

Structures: Languages vary considerably in the structures that learners use to convey meaning; therefore, the following standards are general in order to apply to all languages. It is expected that the curriculum will feature language specific structures essential to accurate communication. As they acquire vocabulary in the target language, students grasp the associated concepts, and comprehend the structures the language uses to convey meaning. Moreover, they discover patterns in the language system. A language system consists of not only grammar rules and vocabulary, but also such elements as gestures and other forms of nonverbal communication. A language system also includes discourse, whereby speakers learn what to say to whom and when. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages. Students identify similarities and differences among the languages they know.

Settings: In order for students to communicate effectively, they use elements of language appropriate for a given situation. Language conveys meaning best when the setting, or context, in which it is used, is known. This knowledge of context assists students not only in comprehending meaning but also in using language that is culturally appropriate. Context also helps define and clarify the meaning of language that is new to the learner. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students carry out tasks in stage and age appropriate situations that reflect the target culture.

Language Arts

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Information Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Arts Education

DANCE

MUSIC

THEATRE

VISUAL ARTS

Library Media

Students access information. The student will access information by applying knowledge of the organization of libraries, print materials, digital media, and other sources.

Students evaluate information. The student will evaluate and analyze information to determine what is appropriate to address the scope of inquiry.

Students use information. The student will organize, synthesize, create, and communicate information.

Students integrate information literacy skills into all areas of learning. The student will independently pursue information to become a lifelong learner.

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Ratios and Proportional Relationships

The Number System

Expressions and Equations

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

8th

Social Studies

United States History and Geography: Growth and Conflict

Historical and Social Sciences Analysis Skills: The intellectual skills noted below are to be learned through, and applied to, the content standards for grades six through eight. They are to be assessed only in conjunction with the content standards in grades six through eight. In addition to the standards for grades six through eight, students demonstrate the following intellectual reasoning, reflection, and research skills.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

LIFE SCIENCE

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education Content Standards

Physical Education Model Content Standards

World Languages

Content: As students become literate in the target language, they acquire relevant content through various topics. This in turn expands their access to information from around the globe. At the same time, students use the language to participate in everyday social interactions with members of California's diverse communities. Moreover, the content students acquire in the language classroom enables them to make connections and reinforce knowledge from other content areas of the curriculum. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students address a wide variety of content that is age and stage appropriate.

Communication: In order to achieve communicative competence, students convey and receive messages effectively. Students actively use language to transmit meaning while responding to real situations. Moreover, they process language in linguistically and culturally appropriate ways while interacting with a wide variety of audiences. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students engage in communication that is age and stage appropriate.

Cultures: In order to understand the connection between language and culture, students discern how a culture views the world. Students comprehend the ideas, attitudes, and values that shape the target culture. These shared common perspectives, practices, and products incorporate not only formal aspects of a culture such as contributions of literature, the arts and science, but also the daily living practices, shared traditions, and common patterns of behavior acceptable to a society. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students demonstrate understanding of cultural perspectives by behaving in culturally appropriate ways.

Structures: Languages vary considerably in the structures that learners use to convey meaning; therefore, the following standards are general in order to apply to all languages. It is expected that the curriculum will feature language specific structures essential to accurate communication. As they acquire vocabulary in the target language, students grasp the associated concepts, and comprehend the structures the language uses to convey meaning. Moreover, they discover patterns in the language system. A language system consists of not only grammar rules and vocabulary, but also such elements as gestures and other forms of nonverbal communication. A language system also includes discourse, whereby speakers learn what to say to whom and when. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages. Students identify similarities and differences among the languages they know.

Settings: In order for students to communicate effectively, they use elements of language appropriate for a given situation. Language conveys meaning best when the setting, or context, in which it is used, is known. This knowledge of context assists students not only in comprehending meaning but also in using language that is culturally appropriate. Context also helps define and clarify the meaning of language that is new to the learner. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students carry out tasks in stage and age appropriate situations that reflect the target culture.

Language Arts

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Information Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Arts Education

DANCE

MUSIC

THEATRE

VISUAL ARTS

Library Media

Students access information. The student will access information by applying knowledge of the organization of libraries, print materials, digital media, and other sources.

Students evaluate information. The student will evaluate and analyze information to determine what is appropriate to address the scope of inquiry.

Students use information. The student will organize, synthesize, create, and communicate information.

Students integrate information literacy skills into all areas of learning. The student will independently pursue information to become a lifelong learner.

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

The Number System

Expressions and Equations

Functions

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

9th

Social Studies

Historical and Social Sciences Analysis Skills: The intellectual skills noted below are to be learned through, and applied to, the content standards for grades nine through twelve.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

LIFE SCIENCE

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education Content Standards

Physical Education Model Content Standards

World Languages

Content: As students become literate in the target language, they acquire relevant content through various topics. This in turn expands their access to information from around the globe. At the same time, students use the language to participate in everyday social interactions with members of California's diverse communities. Moreover, the content students acquire in the language classroom enables them to make connections and reinforce knowledge from other content areas of the curriculum. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students address a wide variety of content that is age and stage appropriate.

Communication: In order to achieve communicative competence, students convey and receive messages effectively. Students actively use language to transmit meaning while responding to real situations. Moreover, they process language in linguistically and culturally appropriate ways while interacting with a wide variety of audiences. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students engage in communication that is age and stage appropriate.

Cultures: In order to understand the connection between language and culture, students discern how a culture views the world. Students comprehend the ideas, attitudes, and values that shape the target culture. These shared common perspectives, practices, and products incorporate not only formal aspects of a culture such as contributions of literature, the arts and science, but also the daily living practices, shared traditions, and common patterns of behavior acceptable to a society. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students demonstrate understanding of cultural perspectives by behaving in culturally appropriate ways.

Structures: Languages vary considerably in the structures that learners use to convey meaning; therefore, the following standards are general in order to apply to all languages. It is expected that the curriculum will feature language specific structures essential to accurate communication. As they acquire vocabulary in the target language, students grasp the associated concepts, and comprehend the structures the language uses to convey meaning. Moreover, they discover patterns in the language system. A language system consists of not only grammar rules and vocabulary, but also such elements as gestures and other forms of nonverbal communication. A language system also includes discourse, whereby speakers learn what to say to whom and when. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages. Students identify similarities and differences among the languages they know.

Settings: In order for students to communicate effectively, they use elements of language appropriate for a given situation. Language conveys meaning best when the setting, or context, in which it is used, is known. This knowledge of context assists students not only in comprehending meaning but also in using language that is culturally appropriate. Context also helps define and clarify the meaning of language that is new to the learner. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students carry out tasks in stage and age appropriate situations that reflect the target culture.

Language Arts

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Information Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Arts Education

DANCE (PROFICIENT)

MUSIC (PROFICIENT)

THEATRE (PROFICIENT)

VISUAL ARTS (PROFICIENT)

DANCE (ADVANCED)

MUSIC (ADVANCED)

THEATRE (ADVANCED)

VISUAL ARTS (ADVANCED)

Library Media

Students access information. The student will access information by applying knowledge of the organization of libraries, print materials, digital media, and other sources.

Students evaluate information. The student will evaluate and analyze information to determine what is appropriate to address the scope of inquiry.

Students use information. The student will organize, synthesize, create, and communicate information.

Students integrate information literacy skills into all areas of learning. The student will independently pursue information to become a lifelong learner.

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Algebra I

Geometry

Algebra II

Mathematics I

Mathematics II

Mathematics III

Advanced Placement Probability and Statistics Standards

Calculus Standards

Precalculus

Statistics and Probability

10th

Social Studies

World History, Culture, and Geography: The Modern World

Historical and Social Sciences Analysis Skills: The intellectual skills noted below are to be learned through, and applied to, the content standards for grades nine through twelve.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

LIFE SCIENCE

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education Content Standards

Physical Education Model Content Standards

World Languages

Content: As students become literate in the target language, they acquire relevant content through various topics. This in turn expands their access to information from around the globe. At the same time, students use the language to participate in everyday social interactions with members of California's diverse communities. Moreover, the content students acquire in the language classroom enables them to make connections and reinforce knowledge from other content areas of the curriculum. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students address a wide variety of content that is age and stage appropriate.

Communication: In order to achieve communicative competence, students convey and receive messages effectively. Students actively use language to transmit meaning while responding to real situations. Moreover, they process language in linguistically and culturally appropriate ways while interacting with a wide variety of audiences. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students engage in communication that is age and stage appropriate.

Cultures: In order to understand the connection between language and culture, students discern how a culture views the world. Students comprehend the ideas, attitudes, and values that shape the target culture. These shared common perspectives, practices, and products incorporate not only formal aspects of a culture such as contributions of literature, the arts and science, but also the daily living practices, shared traditions, and common patterns of behavior acceptable to a society. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students demonstrate understanding of cultural perspectives by behaving in culturally appropriate ways.

Structures: Languages vary considerably in the structures that learners use to convey meaning; therefore, the following standards are general in order to apply to all languages. It is expected that the curriculum will feature language specific structures essential to accurate communication. As they acquire vocabulary in the target language, students grasp the associated concepts, and comprehend the structures the language uses to convey meaning. Moreover, they discover patterns in the language system. A language system consists of not only grammar rules and vocabulary, but also such elements as gestures and other forms of nonverbal communication. A language system also includes discourse, whereby speakers learn what to say to whom and when. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages. Students identify similarities and differences among the languages they know.

Settings: In order for students to communicate effectively, they use elements of language appropriate for a given situation. Language conveys meaning best when the setting, or context, in which it is used, is known. This knowledge of context assists students not only in comprehending meaning but also in using language that is culturally appropriate. Context also helps define and clarify the meaning of language that is new to the learner. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students carry out tasks in stage and age appropriate situations that reflect the target culture.

Language Arts

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Information Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Arts Education

DANCE (PROFICIENT)

MUSIC (PROFICIENT)

THEATRE (PROFICIENT)

VISUAL ARTS (PROFICIENT)

DANCE (ADVANCED)

MUSIC (ADVANCED)

THEATRE (ADVANCED)

VISUAL ARTS (ADVANCED)

Library Media

Students access information. The student will access information by applying knowledge of the organization of libraries, print materials, digital media, and other sources.

Students evaluate information. The student will evaluate and analyze information to determine what is appropriate to address the scope of inquiry.

Students use information. The student will organize, synthesize, create, and communicate information.

Students integrate information literacy skills into all areas of learning. The student will independently pursue information to become a lifelong learner.

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Algebra I

Geometry

Algebra II

Mathematics I

Mathematics II

Mathematics III

Advanced Placement Probability and Statistics Standards

Calculus Standards

Precalculus

Statistics and Probability

11th

Social Studies

United States History and Geography: Continuity and Change in the Twentieth Century

Historical and Social Sciences Analysis Skills: The intellectual skills noted below are to be learned through, and applied to, the content standards for grades nine through twelve.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

LIFE SCIENCE

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education Content Standards

Physical Education Model Content Standards

World Languages

Content: As students become literate in the target language, they acquire relevant content through various topics. This in turn expands their access to information from around the globe. At the same time, students use the language to participate in everyday social interactions with members of California's diverse communities. Moreover, the content students acquire in the language classroom enables them to make connections and reinforce knowledge from other content areas of the curriculum. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students address a wide variety of content that is age and stage appropriate.

Communication: In order to achieve communicative competence, students convey and receive messages effectively. Students actively use language to transmit meaning while responding to real situations. Moreover, they process language in linguistically and culturally appropriate ways while interacting with a wide variety of audiences. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students engage in communication that is age and stage appropriate.

Cultures: In order to understand the connection between language and culture, students discern how a culture views the world. Students comprehend the ideas, attitudes, and values that shape the target culture. These shared common perspectives, practices, and products incorporate not only formal aspects of a culture such as contributions of literature, the arts and science, but also the daily living practices, shared traditions, and common patterns of behavior acceptable to a society. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students demonstrate understanding of cultural perspectives by behaving in culturally appropriate ways.

Structures: Languages vary considerably in the structures that learners use to convey meaning; therefore, the following standards are general in order to apply to all languages. It is expected that the curriculum will feature language specific structures essential to accurate communication. As they acquire vocabulary in the target language, students grasp the associated concepts, and comprehend the structures the language uses to convey meaning. Moreover, they discover patterns in the language system. A language system consists of not only grammar rules and vocabulary, but also such elements as gestures and other forms of nonverbal communication. A language system also includes discourse, whereby speakers learn what to say to whom and when. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages. Students identify similarities and differences among the languages they know.

Settings: In order for students to communicate effectively, they use elements of language appropriate for a given situation. Language conveys meaning best when the setting, or context, in which it is used, is known. This knowledge of context assists students not only in comprehending meaning but also in using language that is culturally appropriate. Context also helps define and clarify the meaning of language that is new to the learner. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students carry out tasks in stage and age appropriate situations that reflect the target culture.

Language Arts

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Information Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Arts Education

DANCE (PROFICIENT)

MUSIC (PROFICIENT)

THEATRE (PROFICIENT)

VISUAL ARTS (PROFICIENT)

DANCE (ADVANCED)

MUSIC (ADVANCED)

THEATRE (ADVANCED)

VISUAL ARTS (ADVANCED)

Library Media

Students access information. The student will access information by applying knowledge of the organization of libraries, print materials, digital media, and other sources.

Students evaluate information. The student will evaluate and analyze information to determine what is appropriate to address the scope of inquiry.

Students use information. The student will organize, synthesize, create, and communicate information.

Students integrate information literacy skills into all areas of learning. The student will independently pursue information to become a lifelong learner.

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Algebra I

Geometry

Algebra II

Mathematics I

Mathematics II

Mathematics III

Advanced Placement Probability and Statistics Standards

Calculus Standards

Precalculus

Statistics and Probability

12th

Social Studies

Principles of American Democracy

Principles of Economics

Historical and Social Sciences Analysis Skills: The intellectual skills noted below are to be learned through, and applied to, the content standards for grades nine through twelve.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Science

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

LIFE SCIENCE

EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education Content Standards

Physical Education Model Content Standards

World Languages

Content: As students become literate in the target language, they acquire relevant content through various topics. This in turn expands their access to information from around the globe. At the same time, students use the language to participate in everyday social interactions with members of California's diverse communities. Moreover, the content students acquire in the language classroom enables them to make connections and reinforce knowledge from other content areas of the curriculum. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students address a wide variety of content that is age and stage appropriate.

Communication: In order to achieve communicative competence, students convey and receive messages effectively. Students actively use language to transmit meaning while responding to real situations. Moreover, they process language in linguistically and culturally appropriate ways while interacting with a wide variety of audiences. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students engage in communication that is age and stage appropriate.

Cultures: In order to understand the connection between language and culture, students discern how a culture views the world. Students comprehend the ideas, attitudes, and values that shape the target culture. These shared common perspectives, practices, and products incorporate not only formal aspects of a culture such as contributions of literature, the arts and science, but also the daily living practices, shared traditions, and common patterns of behavior acceptable to a society. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students demonstrate understanding of cultural perspectives by behaving in culturally appropriate ways.

Structures: Languages vary considerably in the structures that learners use to convey meaning; therefore, the following standards are general in order to apply to all languages. It is expected that the curriculum will feature language specific structures essential to accurate communication. As they acquire vocabulary in the target language, students grasp the associated concepts, and comprehend the structures the language uses to convey meaning. Moreover, they discover patterns in the language system. A language system consists of not only grammar rules and vocabulary, but also such elements as gestures and other forms of nonverbal communication. A language system also includes discourse, whereby speakers learn what to say to whom and when. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students use linguistically and grammatically appropriate structures to comprehend and produce messages. Students identify similarities and differences among the languages they know.

Settings: In order for students to communicate effectively, they use elements of language appropriate for a given situation. Language conveys meaning best when the setting, or context, in which it is used, is known. This knowledge of context assists students not only in comprehending meaning but also in using language that is culturally appropriate. Context also helps define and clarify the meaning of language that is new to the learner. As they progress along the Language Learning Continuum, students carry out tasks in stage and age appropriate situations that reflect the target culture.

Language Arts

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening

College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Information Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Arts Education

DANCE (PROFICIENT)

MUSIC (PROFICIENT)

THEATRE (PROFICIENT)

VISUAL ARTS (PROFICIENT)

DANCE (ADVANCED)

MUSIC (ADVANCED)

THEATRE (ADVANCED)

VISUAL ARTS (ADVANCED)

Library Media

Students access information. The student will access information by applying knowledge of the organization of libraries, print materials, digital media, and other sources.

Students evaluate information. The student will evaluate and analyze information to determine what is appropriate to address the scope of inquiry.

Students use information. The student will organize, synthesize, create, and communicate information.

Students integrate information literacy skills into all areas of learning. The student will independently pursue information to become a lifelong learner.

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Algebra I

Geometry

Algebra II

Mathematics I

Mathematics II

Mathematics III

Advanced Placement Probability and Statistics Standards

Calculus Standards

Precalculus

Statistics and Probability

Search Standards