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  • Language Arts > General
  • Social Studies > General

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    Update Standards?

    3.1.4: Standards for the 21st-Century Learner

    Use technology and other information tools to organize and display knowledge and understanding in ways that others can view, use, and assess.

    3.1.4: Fine Arts Theatre and Dance Curriculum Framework

    Discover theatre experiences to demonstrate how drama reflects culture.

    3.1.4: District of Columbia Arts Education Learning Standards

    Develop problem-solving and communication skills by participating collaboratively in theatrical experiences.

    3.1.4: District of Columbia Arts Education Learning Standards

    Describe how the illusion of 3-D objects are depicted in 2-D works of art.

    3.1.4: District of Columbia Health Education Standards

    Communicate how clean school and community environments prevent the spread of germs.

    3.1.4: District of Columbia Physical Education Standards

    Perform the following rolls: a forward and backward roll a straddle roll a two-person roll.

    3.1.4: Indiana's Academic Standards for Science

    Investigate how light travels through the air and tends to maintain its direction until it interacts with some other object or material.

    3.1.4: Indiana Physical Education Standards

    Demonstrate movement skills and patterns following specific rhythms.

    3.1.4: Indiana Academic Standards for Health & Wellness

    Identify ways to prevent common childhood injuries.

    3.1.4: Indiana's Academic Standards for Mathematics

    Use words, models, standard form and expanded form to represent place value and to show equivalent forms of whole numbers up to at least 10,000.

    3.1.4: Indiana's Academic Standards Social Studies

    Give examples of people, events and developments that brought important changes to the regions of Indiana. (Individuals, Society and Culture)

    3.1.4: Indiana's Academic Standards for Visual Art

    Identify the roles of artists, docents, guards, technology experts, and curators at museums and galleries.

    3.1.4: Indiana's Academic Standards Music

    Sing rounds and songs with ostinatos.

    3.1.4: Indiana's Academic Standards English/Language Arts

    Determine the meanings of words using knowledge of synonyms (words with the same meaning), antonyms (words with opposite meanings), homophones (words that sound the same but have different meanings and spellings), and homographs (words that are spelled the same but have different meanings).

    3.1.4: Indiana Academic Standards for Dance

    Demonstrate and identify the element of time through movement using tempo, rhythm, duration, and pattern.

    3.1.4: Louisiana PreK-Grade 12 Social Studies

    Compare and contrast state and national historical symbols

    3.1.4: Maryland State Curriculum for English Grades 9-12

    The student will compose effective research essays that support, modify, or refute a thesis; use a logical structure; provide relevant and complete evidence; and cite and document sources accurately.

    3.1.4: Maryland English Core Learning Goals

    The student will differentiate grammatically complete sentences from non-sentences.

    3.1.4: Maine Federal, State, and Local Accountability Standards - Science and Technology

    Students describe the properties of Earth's surface materials, the processes that change them, and the cycles that affect the Earth.

    3.1.4: Social Studies High School Content Expectations v.10.07

    Identify the role of independent regulatory agencies in the federal bureaucracy (e.g., Federal Reserve Board, Food and Drug Administration, Federal Communications Commission). (See USHG 6.3.2)

    3.1.4: Social Studies High School Content Expectations v.10.07

    GDP and Standard of Living – Using current and historical data on real per capita GDP for the United States, and at least three other countries (e.g., Japan, Somalia, and South Korea) construct a relationship between real GDP and standard of living.

    3.1.4: North Dakota Health Content Standards

    Describe the effects of healthy and unhealthy foods on the body (e.g., healthy foods provide nutrients for growth and development; unhealthy foods contribute to a lack of energy and obesity)

    3.1.4: North Dakota Physical Education Content Standards

    Use locomotor skills to complete a task (e.g., moving in pathways, right/left directions)

    3.1.4: North Dakota Social Studies Content Standards

    Describe current events using print and electronic media (e.g., newspaper, children's news magazines, television, internet)

    3.1.4: North Dakota Foreign Language Content Standards

    Recognize basic vocabulary and concepts on familiar topics from other disciplines when presented in the target language (e.g., food pyramid, Spanish commercials or magazine advertising)

    3.1.4: North Dakota Foreign Language Content Standards

    Comprehend and discuss articles or short videos in the target language on topics being studied in other disciplines.

    3.1.4: North Dakota Foreign Language Content Standards

    Compare and discuss articles and videos representing contrasting perspectives from the target culture, on topics being studied in other disciplines.
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