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    Health Education is perhaps the single most important pursuit in life. Good physical, emotional, mental, and social health are essential to enjoying life and living to the fullest. The East Meadow School District kindergarten through second grade curriculum will help students examine their lifestyle, analyze healthy choices, and practice life…[Read more]

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    The scope and sequence for Geometry is written for a one year course, culminating with the New York State Geometry Regents Examination. This exam is not a requirement for graduation, but is a requirement for an Advanced Regents Diploma. The scope and sequence is based on the Common Core Curriculum issued by the New York State Education

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    This CAP breaks down the lessons in NYS Module 4 which addresses the focus: How do authors use narrative techniques to craft fiction writing? The texts will include: “On the Rainy River” from The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien, “The Red Convertible” from The Red Convertible by Louise Erdrich, and The Awakening by Kate Chopin. These lessons c…[Read more]

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    This unit was created using the New York State Common Core Standards in the areas of English Language Arts and Social Studies as guidelines. This curriculum affords students the ability to interpret information presented in diverse media formats. The lessons were designed focusing on specific standards addressing the areas of reading…[Read more]

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    The following questions have been designed for use with the NYS Common Core texts for the 10th grade modules 1-3, as agreed upon by representatives from both East Meadow High School and W.T. Clarke High School. These questions reflect the rigor and complexity of the NYS Common Core standards and their use is flexible within the framework of each…[Read more]

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    This CAP will help implement and support the Accountable Independent Reading (AIR) portion of the NYS Modules in English Language Arts for both grades 9 and 10. The goal of this AIR model, and therefore this CAP, is to reinforce the standards taught and addressed in the lessons within each module.

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    This CAP was designed to create a website for AP students to use as a guide and repository for course materials in AP Language and Composition. Included are assignments and lessons via the use of slideshows and Prezis to present course materials. Checklists are included for students to use to guide writing for the AP Exam. Course materials are…[Read more]

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    This Curriculum Area Project focuses on creating text-dependent questions for the 6th Grade Modules #1 and 2A, centered on the books The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan and Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Curtis. The text-dependent questions were designed to align to the related NYSCC standard(s). As noted in the question, the standard that the…[Read more]

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    This CAP will help implement and support students who are struggling readers and writers (specifically those in the Regents Skills classes). The key components of each unit allow the instructor to lead his/her students down the same path as Regents level students, but uses a slower pace as a guide, thus making it easier for the struggling…[Read more]

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    This CAP will help implement and support students who are struggling readers and writers (specifically those in the Regents Skills classes). The key components of each unit allow the instructor to lead his/her students down the same path as Regents level students, but uses a slower pace as a guide, thus making it easier for the struggling…[Read more]

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    Our goal is to take the poetry and/or short stories covered in the 12th grade curriculum and create a unit plan for modernizing the teaching of such, through the use of news articles, non-fiction pieces, technology, and recent news events, all while meeting the new Common Core State Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7 through our lessons, group and…[Read more]

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    Description of Activity: Our goal is to take the 12th grade Module 2, and align it with the needs of our academically challenged students and unique learners. We will modify the module, all while maintaining achievement of the new Common Core State Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7, through our lessons, group and independent activities, writing…[Read more]

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    Description of Activity: Our goal is to take the 12th grade Module 2, and align it with the needs of our academically challenged students and unique learners. We will modify the module, all while maintaining achievement of the new Common Core State Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7, through our lessons, group and independent activities, writing…[Read more]

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    New York State’s current reform initiative to ensure that schools prepare students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in college has relied extensively on
    Common Core curricular modules. The goal of this CAP is to adapt the modules and provide lesson plans and worksheets that can be used in the classroom that align with the c…[Read more]

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    New York State’s current reform initiative to ensure that schools prepare students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in college has relied extensively on
    Common Core curricular modules. The goal of this CAP is to adapt the modules and provide lesson plans and worksheets that can be used in the classroom that align with the c…[Read more]

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    The REACH program is an ungraded special education program designed to meet the needs
    of students with autism spectrum disorder and/or developmental disabilities from ages 5 to 21.
    The classes at the elementary level are 6:1:2 classrooms. This curriculum area project has been
    developed in order to align the various skills worked on…[Read more]

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    This Curriculum Area Project, ENL Reading Wonders Supplemental Curriculum, is grade 1 curriculum to be used alongside with the Grade 1 Reading Wonders program being implemented in regular education classrooms throughout the year. This curriculum focuses on Units 3, 4, and 5 (Weeks 1-5).

    Weekly Concepts and Essential Questions from Reading…[Read more]

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    This curriculum area project focuses on creating text-dependent questions for the 8th Grade Module #3A, centered on the book Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand. The text-dependent questions appear first, followed by an answer key and the related NYSCC standard(s), as well as a useful “differentiation key” to assist in differentiating instruction. The…[Read more]

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    Grade 6 New York State Math Common Core Enrichment. The purpose of this cap is to align the curriculum to the New York State Common Core Standards, the published modules and New York Progress text. The following modules are included:
    • Module 1: Ratios and Unit Rates
    • Module 2: Arithmetic Operations Including Division of Fra…[Read more]

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    The Visual Arts Core Curriculum for Kindergarten is dedicated to teaching the students of
    East Meadow to develop and refine their skills in creating works of art, to analyze and reflect upon both their own and significant works of art, to find an artistic means of expressing their thoughts and discoveries, and to find meaningful relationships…[Read more]

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