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Arts Education

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Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Counting and Cardinality

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Number and Operations in Base Ten

Measurement and Data

Geometry

Science

Concepts and Processes: In the context of unifying concepts and processes, students develop an understanding of scientific content through inquiry. Science is a dynamic process; concepts and content are best learned through inquiry and investigation. Concepts in Life Systems, Earth and Space Systems, and Physical Systems are taught within the context of the following Unifying Concepts and Processes of Science: Systems, classification, order and organization; Evidence, models, and explanations; Cycles and change over time; Measurement and Form and function.

Science as Inquiry: Students demonstrate knowledge, skills, and habits of mind necessary to safely perform scientific inquiry. Inquiry is the foundation for the development of content, teaching students the use of processes of science that enable them to construct and develop their own knowledge. Inquiry requires appropriate field, classroom, and laboratory experiences with suitable facilities and equipment.

History and Nature of Science in Personal and Social Decisions: Students recognize the nature of science, its history, and its connections to personal, social, economic, and political decisions. Historically, scientific events have had significant impacts on our cultural heritage.

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

Social Studies

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students analyze how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance to understand the continuing evolution of governments and to demonstrate civic responsibility.

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students demonstrate an understanding of the contributions and impacts of human interaction and cultural diversity on societies.

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: Students describe the influence of economic factors on societies and make decisions based on economic principles.

Time, Continuity, and Change: Students analyze events, people, problems, and ideas within their historical contexts.

People, Places, and Environments: Students apply their knowledge of the geographic themes (location, place, movement, region, and human/environment interactions) and skills to demonstrate an understanding of interrelationships among people, places, and environment.

Technology, Literacy, and Global Connections: Students use technology and literacy skills to access, synthesize, and evaluate information to communicate and apply social studies knowledge to global situations.

1st

Arts Education

World Languages

Interpretive

Interpersonal

Presentational

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Number and Operations in Base Ten

Measurement and Data

Geometry

Science

Concepts and Processes: In the context of unifying concepts and processes, students develop an understanding of scientific content through inquiry. Science is a dynamic process; concepts and content are best learned through inquiry and investigation. Concepts in Life Systems, Earth and Space Systems, and Physical Systems are taught within the context of the following Unifying Concepts and Processes of Science: Systems, classification, order and organization; Evidence, models, and explanations; Cycles and change over time; Measurement and Form and function.

Science as Inquiry: Students demonstrate knowledge, skills, and habits of mind necessary to safely perform scientific inquiry. Inquiry is the foundation for the development of content, teaching students the use of processes of science that enable them to construct and develop their own knowledge. Inquiry requires appropriate field, classroom, and laboratory experiences with suitable facilities and equipment.

History and Nature of Science in Personal and Social Decisions: Students recognize the nature of science, its history, and its connections to personal, social, economic, and political decisions. Historically, scientific events have had significant impacts on our cultural heritage.

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

Social Studies

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students analyze how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance to understand the continuing evolution of governments and to demonstrate civic responsibility.

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students demonstrate an understanding of the contributions and impacts of human interaction and cultural diversity on societies.

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: Students describe the influence of economic factors on societies and make decisions based on economic principles.

Time, Continuity, and Change: Students analyze events, people, problems, and ideas within their historical contexts.

People, Places, and Environments: Students apply their knowledge of the geographic themes (location, place, movement, region, and human/environment interactions) and skills to demonstrate an understanding of interrelationships among people, places, and environment.

Technology, Literacy, and Global Connections: Students use technology and literacy skills to access, synthesize, and evaluate information to communicate and apply social studies knowledge to global situations.

2nd

Arts Education

World Languages

Interpretive

Interpersonal

Presentational

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Number and Operations in Base Ten

Measurement and Data

Geometry

Science

Concepts and Processes: In the context of unifying concepts and processes, students develop an understanding of scientific content through inquiry. Science is a dynamic process; concepts and content are best learned through inquiry and investigation. Concepts in Life Systems, Earth and Space Systems, and Physical Systems are taught within the context of the following Unifying Concepts and Processes of Science: Systems, classification, order and organization; Evidence, models, and explanations; Cycles and change over time; Measurement and Form and function.

Science as Inquiry: Students demonstrate knowledge, skills, and habits of mind necessary to safely perform scientific inquiry. Inquiry is the foundation for the development of content, teaching students the use of processes of science that enable them to construct and develop their own knowledge. Inquiry requires appropriate field, classroom, and laboratory experiences with suitable facilities and equipment.

History and Nature of Science in Personal and Social Decisions: Students recognize the nature of science, its history, and its connections to personal, social, economic, and political decisions. Historically, scientific events have had significant impacts on our cultural heritage.

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

Social Studies

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students analyze how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance to understand the continuing evolution of governments and to demonstrate civic responsibility.

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students demonstrate an understanding of the contributions and impacts of human interaction and cultural diversity on societies.

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: Students describe the influence of economic factors on societies and make decisions based on economic principles.

Time, Continuity, and Change: Students analyze events, people, problems, and ideas within their historical contexts.

People, Places, and Environments: Students apply their knowledge of the geographic themes (location, place, movement, region, and human/environment interactions) and skills to demonstrate an understanding of interrelationships among people, places, and environment.

Technology, Literacy, and Global Connections: Students use technology and literacy skills to access, synthesize, and evaluate information to communicate and apply social studies knowledge to global situations.

3rd

Arts Education

World Languages

Interpretive

Interpersonal

Presentational

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Number and Operations in Base Ten

Number and Operations--Fractions

Measurement and Data

Geometry

Science

Concepts and Processes: In the context of unifying concepts and processes, students develop an understanding of scientific content through inquiry. Science is a dynamic process; concepts and content are best learned through inquiry and investigation. Concepts in Life Systems, Earth and Space Systems, and Physical Systems are taught within the context of the following Unifying Concepts and Processes of Science: Systems, classification, order and organization; Evidence, models, and explanations; Cycles and change over time; Measurement and Form and function.

Science as Inquiry: Students demonstrate knowledge, skills, and habits of mind necessary to safely perform scientific inquiry. Inquiry is the foundation for the development of content, teaching students the use of processes of science that enable them to construct and develop their own knowledge. Inquiry requires appropriate field, classroom, and laboratory experiences with suitable facilities and equipment.

History and Nature of Science in Personal and Social Decisions: Students recognize the nature of science, its history, and its connections to personal, social, economic, and political decisions. Historically, scientific events have had significant impacts on our cultural heritage.

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

Social Studies

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students analyze how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance to understand the continuing evolution of governments and to demonstrate civic responsibility.

Culture and Cultural Diversity: Students demonstrate an understanding of the contributions and impacts of human interaction and cultural diversity on societies.

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: Students describe the influence of economic factors on societies and make decisions based on economic principles.

Time, Continuity, and Change: Students analyze events, people, problems, and ideas within their historical contexts.

People, Places, and Environments: Students apply their knowledge of the geographic themes (location, place, movement, region, and human/environment interactions) and skills to demonstrate an understanding of interrelationships among people, places, and environment.

Technology, Literacy, and Global Connections: Students use technology and literacy skills to access, synthesize, and evaluate information to communicate and apply social studies knowledge to global situations.

4th

Arts Education

World Languages

Interpretive

Interpersonal

Presentational

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Number and Operations in Base Ten

Number and Operations--Fractions

Measurement and Data

Geometry

Science

Concepts and Processes: In the context of unifying concepts and processes, students develop an understanding of scientific content through inquiry. Science is a dynamic process; concepts and content are best learned through inquiry and investigation. Concepts in Life Systems, Earth and Space Systems, and Physical Systems are taught within the context of the following Unifying Concepts and Processes of Science: Systems, classification, order and organization; Evidence, models, and explanations; Cycles and change over time; Measurement and Form and function.

Science as Inquiry: Students demonstrate knowledge, skills, and habits of mind necessary to safely perform scientific inquiry. Inquiry is the foundation for the development of content, teaching students the use of processes of science that enable them to construct and develop their own knowledge. Inquiry requires appropriate field, classroom, and laboratory experiences with suitable facilities and equipment.

History and Nature of Science in Personal and Social Decisions: Students recognize the nature of science, its history, and its connections to personal, social, economic, and political decisions. Historically, scientific events have had significant impacts on our cultural heritage.

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

Social Studies

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students analyze how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance to understand the continuing evolution of governments and to demonstrate civic responsibility.

Culture and Cultural Diversity: Students demonstrate an understanding of the contributions and impacts of human interaction and cultural diversity on societies.

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: Students describe the influence of economic factors on societies and make decisions based on economic principles.

Time, Continuity, and Change: Students analyze events, people, problems, and ideas within their historical contexts.

People, Places, and Environments: Students apply their knowledge of the geographic themes (location, place, movement, region, and human/environment interactions) and skills to demonstrate an understanding of interrelationships among people, places, and environment.

Technology, Literacy, and Global Connections: Students use technology and literacy skills to access, synthesize, and evaluate information to communicate and apply social studies knowledge to global situations.

5th

Arts Education

World Languages

Interpretive

Interpersonal

Presentational

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Reading Standards: Foundational Skills

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Number and Operations in Base Ten

Number and Operations--Fractions

Measurement and Data

Geometry

Science

Concepts and Processes: In the context of unifying concepts and processes, students develop an understanding of scientific content through inquiry. Science is a dynamic process; concepts and content are best learned through inquiry and investigation. Concepts in Life Systems, Earth and Space Systems, and Physical Systems are taught within the context of the following Unifying Concepts and Processes of Science: Systems, classification, order and organization; Evidence, models, and explanations; Change, constancy, and measurement; Evolution and equilibrium and Form and function

Science as Inquiry: Students demonstrate knowledge, skills, and habits of mind necessary to safely perform scientific inquiry. Inquiry is the foundation for the development of content, teaching students the use of processes of science that enable them to construct and develop their own knowledge. Inquiry requires appropriate field, classroom, and laboratory experiences with suitable facilities and equipment.

History and Nature of Science in Personal and Social Decisions: Students recognize the nature of science, its history, and its connections to personal, social, economic, and political decisions. Historically, scientific events have had significant impacts on our cultural heritage.

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

Social Studies

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students analyze how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance to understand the continuing evolution of governments and to demonstrate civic responsibility.

Culture and Cultural Diversity: Students demonstrate an understanding of the contributions and impacts of human interaction and cultural diversity on societies.

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: Students describe the influence of economic factors on societies and make decisions based on economic principles.

Time, Continuity, and Change: Students analyze events, people, problems, and ideas within their historical contexts.

People, Places, and Environments: Students apply their knowledge of the geographic themes (location, place, movement, region, and human/environment interactions) and skills to demonstrate an understanding of interrelationships among people, places, and environment.

Technology, Literacy, and Global Connections: Students use technology and literacy skills to access, synthesize, and evaluate information to communicate and apply social studies knowledge to global situations.

6th

Arts Education

World Languages

Interpretive

Interpersonal

Presentational

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Ratios and Proportional Relationships

The Number System

Expressions and Equations

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

Science

Concepts and Processes: In the context of unifying concepts and processes, students develop an understanding of scientific content through inquiry. Science is a dynamic process; concepts and content are best learned through inquiry and investigation. Concepts in Life Systems, Earth and Space Systems, and Physical Systems are taught within the context of the following Unifying Concepts and Processes of Science: Systems, classification, order and organization; Evidence, models, and explanations; Change, constancy, and measurement; Evolution and equilibrium and Form and function

Science as Inquiry: Students demonstrate knowledge, skills, and habits of mind necessary to safely perform scientific inquiry. Inquiry is the foundation for the development of content, teaching students the use of processes of science that enable them to construct and develop their own knowledge. Inquiry requires appropriate field, classroom, and laboratory experiences with suitable facilities and equipment.

History and Nature of Science in Personal and Social Decisions: Students recognize the nature of science, its history, and its connections to personal, social, economic, and political decisions. Historically, scientific events have had significant impacts on our cultural heritage.

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

Social Studies

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students analyze how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance to understand the continuing evolution of governments and to demonstrate civic responsibility.

Culture and Cultural Diversity: Students demonstrate an understanding of the contributions and impacts of human interaction and cultural diversity on societies.

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: Students describe the influence of economic factors on societies and make decisions based on economic principles.

Time, Continuity, and Change: Students analyze events, people, problems, and ideas within their historical contexts.

People, Places, and Environments: Students apply their knowledge of the geographic themes (location, place, movement, region, and human/environment interactions) and skills to demonstrate an understanding of interrelationships among people, places, and environment.

Technology, Literacy, and Global Connections: Students use technology and literacy skills to access, synthesize, and evaluate information to communicate and apply social studies knowledge to global situations.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

7th

Arts Education

World Languages

Interpretive

Interpersonal

Presentational

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Ratios and Proportional Relationships

The Number System

Expressions and Equations

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

Science

Concepts and Processes: In the context of unifying concepts and processes, students develop an understanding of scientific content through inquiry. Science is a dynamic process; concepts and content are best learned through inquiry and investigation. Concepts in Life Systems, Earth and Space Systems, and Physical Systems are taught within the context of the following Unifying Concepts and Processes of Science: Systems, classification, order and organization; Evidence, models, and explanations; Change, constancy, and measurement; Evolution and equilibrium and Form and function

Science as Inquiry: Students demonstrate knowledge, skills, and habits of mind necessary to safely perform scientific inquiry. Inquiry is the foundation for the development of content, teaching students the use of processes of science that enable them to construct and develop their own knowledge. Inquiry requires appropriate field, classroom, and laboratory experiences with suitable facilities and equipment.

History and Nature of Science in Personal and Social Decisions: Students recognize the nature of science, its history, and its connections to personal, social, economic, and political decisions. Historically, scientific events have had significant impacts on our cultural heritage.

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

Social Studies

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students analyze how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance to understand the continuing evolution of governments and to demonstrate civic responsibility.

Culture and Cultural Diversity: Students demonstrate an understanding of the contributions and impacts of human interaction and cultural diversity on societies.

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: Students describe the influence of economic factors on societies and make decisions based on economic principles.

Time, Continuity, and Change: Students analyze events, people, problems, and ideas within their historical contexts.

People, Places, and Environments: Students apply their knowledge of the geographic themes (location, place, movement, region, and human/environment interactions) and skills to demonstrate an understanding of interrelationships among people, places, and environment.

Technology, Literacy, and Global Connections: Students use technology and literacy skills to access, synthesize, and evaluate information to communicate and apply social studies knowledge to global situations.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

8th

Arts Education

World Languages

Interpretive

Interpersonal

Presentational

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

The Number System

Expressions and Equations

Functions

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

Science

Concepts and Processes: In the context of unifying concepts and processes, students develop an understanding of scientific content through inquiry. Science is a dynamic process; concepts and content are best learned through inquiry and investigation. Concepts in Life Systems, Earth and Space Systems, and Physical Systems are taught within the context of the following Unifying Concepts and Processes of Science: Systems, classification, order and organization; Evidence, models, and explanations; Change, constancy, and measurement; Evolution and equilibrium and Form and function

Science as Inquiry: Students demonstrate knowledge, skills, and habits of mind necessary to safely perform scientific inquiry. Inquiry is the foundation for the development of content, teaching students the use of processes of science that enable them to construct and develop their own knowledge. Inquiry requires appropriate field, classroom, and laboratory experiences with suitable facilities and equipment.

History and Nature of Science in Personal and Social Decisions: Students recognize the nature of science, its history, and its connections to personal, social, economic, and political decisions. Historically, scientific events have had significant impacts on our cultural heritage.

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

Social Studies

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students analyze how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance to understand the continuing evolution of governments and to demonstrate civic responsibility.

Culture and Cultural Diversity: Students demonstrate an understanding of the contributions and impacts of human interaction and cultural diversity on societies.

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: Students describe the influence of economic factors on societies and make decisions based on economic principles.

Time, Continuity, and Change: Students analyze events, people, problems, and ideas within their historical contexts.

People, Places, and Environments: Students apply their knowledge of the geographic themes (location, place, movement, region, and human/environment interactions) and skills to demonstrate an understanding of interrelationships among people, places, and environment.

Technology, Literacy, and Global Connections: Students use technology and literacy skills to access, synthesize, and evaluate information to communicate and apply social studies knowledge to global situations.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

9th

Arts Education

World Languages

Interpretive

Interpersonal

Presentational

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Number and Quantity

Algebra

Functions

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

Science

Concepts and Processes: Science is a dynamic process; concepts and processes in life systems, earth and space systems, and physical systems are best learned through inquiry and investigation. Students develop an understanding of scientific content through inquiry within the context of these unifying concepts and processes: Systems, classification, order, and organization; Evidence, models, and explanations; Change, constancy, and measurement; Evolution and equilibrium and Form and function

Science as Inquiry: Students demonstrate knowledge, skills, and habits of mind necessary to safely perform scientific inquiry. Inquiry is the foundation for the development of content, teaching students the use of processes of science that enable them to construct and develop their own knowledge. Inquiry requires appropriate field, classroom, and laboratory experiences with suitable facilities and equipment.

History and Nature of Science in Personal and Social Decisions: Students recognize the nature of science, its history, and its connections to personal, social, economic, and political decisions. Historically, scientific events have had significant impacts on our cultural heritage.

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

Social Studies

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students analyze how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance to understand the continuing evolution of governments and to demonstrate civic responsibility.

Culture and Cultural Diversity: Students demonstrate an understanding of the contributions and impacts of human interaction and cultural diversity on societies.

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: Students describe the influence of economic factors on societies and make decisions based on economic principles.

Time, Continuity, and Change: Students analyze events, people, problems, and ideas within their historical contexts.

People, Places, and Environments: Students apply their knowledge of the geographic themes (location, place, movement, region, and human/environment interactions) and skills to demonstrate an understanding of interrelationships among people, places, and environment.

Technology, Literacy, and Global Connections: Students use technology and literacy skills to access, synthesize, and evaluate information to communicate and apply social studies knowledge to global situations.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

10th

Arts Education

World Languages

Interpretive

Interpersonal

Presentational

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Number and Quantity

Algebra

Functions

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

Science

Concepts and Processes: Science is a dynamic process; concepts and processes in life systems, earth and space systems, and physical systems are best learned through inquiry and investigation. Students develop an understanding of scientific content through inquiry within the context of these unifying concepts and processes: Systems, classification, order, and organization; Evidence, models, and explanations; Change, constancy, and measurement; Evolution and equilibrium and Form and function

Science as Inquiry: Students demonstrate knowledge, skills, and habits of mind necessary to safely perform scientific inquiry. Inquiry is the foundation for the development of content, teaching students the use of processes of science that enable them to construct and develop their own knowledge. Inquiry requires appropriate field, classroom, and laboratory experiences with suitable facilities and equipment.

History and Nature of Science in Personal and Social Decisions: Students recognize the nature of science, its history, and its connections to personal, social, economic, and political decisions. Historically, scientific events have had significant impacts on our cultural heritage.

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

Social Studies

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students analyze how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance to understand the continuing evolution of governments and to demonstrate civic responsibility.

Culture and Cultural Diversity: Students demonstrate an understanding of the contributions and impacts of human interaction and cultural diversity on societies.

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: Students describe the influence of economic factors on societies and make decisions based on economic principles.

Time, Continuity, and Change: Students analyze events, people, problems, and ideas within their historical contexts.

People, Places, and Environments: Students apply their knowledge of the geographic themes (location, place, movement, region, and human/environment interactions) and skills to demonstrate an understanding of interrelationships among people, places, and environment.

Technology, Literacy, and Global Connections: Students use technology and literacy skills to access, synthesize, and evaluate information to communicate and apply social studies knowledge to global situations.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

11th

Arts Education

World Languages

Interpretive

Interpersonal

Presentational

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Number and Quantity

Algebra

Functions

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

Science

Concepts and Processes: Science is a dynamic process; concepts and processes in life systems, earth and space systems, and physical systems are best learned through inquiry and investigation. Students develop an understanding of scientific content through inquiry within the context of these unifying concepts and processes: Systems, classification, order, and organization; Evidence, models, and explanations; Change, constancy, and measurement; Evolution and equilibrium and Form and function

Science as Inquiry: Students demonstrate knowledge, skills, and habits of mind necessary to safely perform scientific inquiry. Inquiry is the foundation for the development of content, teaching students the use of processes of science that enable them to construct and develop their own knowledge. Inquiry requires appropriate field, classroom, and laboratory experiences with suitable facilities and equipment.

History and Nature of Science in Personal and Social Decisions: Students recognize the nature of science, its history, and its connections to personal, social, economic, and political decisions. Historically, scientific events have had significant impacts on our cultural heritage.

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

Social Studies

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students analyze how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance to understand the continuing evolution of governments and to demonstrate civic responsibility.

Culture and Cultural Diversity: Students demonstrate an understanding of the contributions and impacts of human interaction and cultural diversity on societies.

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: Students describe the influence of economic factors on societies and make decisions based on economic principles.

Time, Continuity, and Change: Students analyze events, people, problems, and ideas within their historical contexts.

People, Places, and Environments: Students apply their knowledge of the geographic themes (location, place, movement, region, and human/environment interactions) and skills to demonstrate an understanding of interrelationships among people, places, and environment.

Technology, Literacy, and Global Connections: Students use technology and literacy skills to access, synthesize, and evaluate information to communicate and apply social studies knowledge to global situations.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

12th

Arts Education

World Languages

Interpretive

Interpersonal

Presentational

Language Arts

Reading Standards for Literature

Reading Standards for Informational Text

Writing Standards

Speaking and Listening Standards

Language Standards

Mathematics

Mathematical Practices

Number and Quantity

Algebra

Functions

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

Science

Concepts and Processes: Science is a dynamic process; concepts and processes in life systems, earth and space systems, and physical systems are best learned through inquiry and investigation. Students develop an understanding of scientific content through inquiry within the context of these unifying concepts and processes: Systems, classification, order, and organization; Evidence, models, and explanations; Change, constancy, and measurement; Evolution and equilibrium and Form and function

Science as Inquiry: Students demonstrate knowledge, skills, and habits of mind necessary to safely perform scientific inquiry. Inquiry is the foundation for the development of content, teaching students the use of processes of science that enable them to construct and develop their own knowledge. Inquiry requires appropriate field, classroom, and laboratory experiences with suitable facilities and equipment.

History and Nature of Science in Personal and Social Decisions: Students recognize the nature of science, its history, and its connections to personal, social, economic, and political decisions. Historically, scientific events have had significant impacts on our cultural heritage.

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Writing Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Health and PE

Health Education

Physical Education

Social Studies

Citizenship, Government, and Democracy: Students analyze how people create and change structures of power, authority, and governance to understand the continuing evolution of governments and to demonstrate civic responsibility.

Culture and Cultural Diversity: Students demonstrate an understanding of the contributions and impacts of human interaction and cultural diversity on societies.

Production, Distribution, and Consumption: Students describe the influence of economic factors on societies and make decisions based on economic principles.

Time, Continuity, and Change: Students analyze events, people, problems, and ideas within their historical contexts.

People, Places, and Environments: Students apply their knowledge of the geographic themes (location, place, movement, region, and human/environment interactions) and skills to demonstrate an understanding of interrelationships among people, places, and environment.

Technology, Literacy, and Global Connections: Students use technology and literacy skills to access, synthesize, and evaluate information to communicate and apply social studies knowledge to global situations.

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Writing Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Search Standards