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Girl Scouts Badges Grades: 4, 5 States: Wisconsin Model Academic Standards Junior: Legacy Badges Summary: As a Junior, girls can earn seven Legacy badges: Drawing, Practice with Purpose, Inside Government, Simple Meals, Junior First Aid, Junior Girl Scout Way, and Flowers. Wisconsin Model Academic Standards Arts Education Grade: 4 DOMAIN WI.A. Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world. CONTENT STANDARD A.4.1. Students will develop a basic mental storehouse of images CONTENT STANDARD A.4.2. Students will learn basic vocabulary related to their study of art CONTENT STANDARD A.4.5. Students will know that art is one of the greatest achievements of human beings CONTENT STANDARD A.4.6. Students will know that art is a basic way of thinking and communicating about the world DOMAIN WI.B. Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development. CONTENT STANDARD B.4.6. Students will know basic ways to describe, analyze, interpret, and judge art images and objects from various cultures, artists, and designers CONTENT STANDARD B.4.7. Students will begin to understand environmental and aesthetic issues related to the design of packaging, industrial products, and cities DOMAIN WI.C. Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images. CONTENT STANDARD C.4.7. Students will develop basic skills to produce quality art DOMAIN WI.D. Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives. CONTENT STANDARD D.4.4. Students will learn about basic concepts in art, such as 'form follows function,' 'less is more,' balance, symmetry, and originality
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Girl  Scouts  Badges  Grades:  4,  5  States:  Wisconsin  Model  Academic  Standards  

 Junior:  Legacy  Badges  Summary:  As  a  Junior,  girls  can  earn  seven  Legacy  badges:  Drawing,  Practice  with  Purpose,  Inside  Government,  Simple  Meals,  Junior  First  Aid,  Junior  Girl  Scout  Way,  and  Flowers.    

 Wisconsin  Model  Academic  Standards  

Arts  Education  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  

Art  and  Design:  Knowing:  Visual  Memory  and  Knowledge:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  know  and  remember  information  and  ideas  about  the  art  and  design  around  them  and  throughout  the  world.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.1.   Students  will  develop  a  basic  mental  storehouse  of  images  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.2.   Students  will  learn  basic  vocabulary  related  to  their  study  of  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.5.  Students  will  know  that  art  is  one  of  the  greatest  achievements  of  human  beings  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.6.  Students  will  know  that  art  is  a  basic  way  of  thinking  and  communicating  about  the  world  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

Art  and  Design:  Knowing:  History,  Citizenship,  and  Environment:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  the  value  and  significance  of  the  visual  arts,  media  and  design  in  relation  to  history,  citizenship,  the  environment,  and  social  development.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.6.  Students  will  know  basic  ways  to  describe,  analyze,  interpret,  and  judge  art  images  and  objects  from  various  cultures,  artists,  and  designers  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.7.  Students  will  begin  to  understand  environmental  and  aesthetic  issues  related  to  the  design  of  packaging,  industrial  products,  and  cities  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Art  and  Design:  Doing:  Visual  Design  and  Production:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  design  and  produce  quality  original  images  and  objects,  such  as  paintings,  sculptures,  designed  objects,  photographs,  graphic  designs,  videos,  and  computer  images.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.7.   Students  will  develop  basic  skills  to  produce  quality  art  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Art  and  Design:  Doing:  Practical  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  apply  their  knowledge  of  people,  places,  ideas,  and  language  of  art  and  design  to  their  daily  lives.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.4.  Students  will  learn  about  basic  concepts  in  art,  such  as  'form  follows  function,'  'less  is  more,'  balance,  symmetry,  and  originality  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.5.   Students  will  learn  basic  language  used  in  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.6.  Students  will  use  problem-­‐solving  strategies  that  promote  fluency,  flexibility,  elaboration,  and  originality  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

Art  and  Design:  Communicating:  Visual  Communication  and  Expression:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  produce  quality  images  and  objects  that  effectively  communicate  and  express  ideas  using  varied  media,  techniques,  and  processes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.1.  Students  will  communicate  basic  ideas  by  producing  studio  art  forms,  such  as  drawings,  paintings,  prints,  sculpture,  jewelry,  fibers,  and  ceramics  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.2.  

Students  will  communicate  basic  ideas  by  producing  design  art  forms,  such  as  graphic  design,  product  design,  architecture,  landscape,  and  media  arts,  such  as  film,  photography,  and  multimedia  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.3.  Students  will  communicate  basic  ideas  by  producing  popular  images  and  objects,  such  as  folk  art,  traditional  arts  and  crafts,  popular  arts,  mass  media,  and  consumer  products  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.4.  Students  will  communicate  basic  ideas  by  producing  visual  communication  forms  useful  in  everyday  life,  such  as  sketches,  diagrams,  graphs,  plans,  and  models  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  

Art  and  Design:  Communicating:  Visual  Media  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  the  role  of,  and  be  able  to  use,  computers,  video,  and  other  technological  tools  and  equipment.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.2.   Students  will  know  that  art  techniques  are  used  in  mass  media  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.6.   Students  will  learn  simple  media  techniques  

DOMAIN   WI.G.  

Art  and  Design:  Thinking:  Art  and  Design  Criticism:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  interpret  visual  experiences,  such  as  artwork,  designed  objects,  architecture,  movies,  television,  and  multimedia  images,  using  a  range  of  subject  matter,  symbols,  and  ideas.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.4.  Students  will  know  how  to  create  works  of  art  that  have  meanings  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Art  and  Design:  Thinking:  Visual  Thinking:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  develop  perception,  visual  discrimination,  and  media  literacy  skills  to  become  visually  educated  people.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.3.  Students  will  show  differences  among  colors,  shapes,  textures,  and  other  qualities  of  objects  in  their  artwork  

DOMAIN   WI.I.  

Art  and  Design:  Understanding:  Personal  and  Social  Development:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  their  senses  and  emotions  through  art  and  design  to  develop  their  minds  and  to  improve  social  relationships.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.4.6.  Students  will  realize  that  creating  or  looking  at  art  can  bring  out  different  feelings  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.4.7.  Students  will  work  alone  and  with  others  to  develop  visual  ideas  and  objects  

DOMAIN   WI.J.  Art  and  Design:  Understanding:  Cultural  and  Aesthetic  Understanding:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  reflect  upon  the  nature  of  art  and  design  and  meaning  in  art  and  culture.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.4.2.  Students  will  understand  that  the  choice  of  materials  and  techniques  influences  the  expressive  quality  of  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.4.7.  Students  will  begin  to  understand  and  apply  the  role  of  art  criticism  and  aesthetic  knowledge  in  art  and  design  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.4.8.  Students  will  know  that  different  cultures  have  different  concepts  of  beauty  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.4.9.  Students  will  understand  the  difference  between  original  artworks,  reproductions,  and  copies  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.4.10.   Students  will  talk  about  art  in  basic  terms  

DOMAIN   WI.K.  Art  and  Design:  Creating:  Making  Connections:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  make  connections  among  the  arts,  other  disciplines,  other  cultures,  and  the  world  of  work.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

K.4.1.  Students  will  connect  their  knowledge  and  skills  in  art  to  other  areas,  such  as  the  humanities,  sciences,  social  studies,  and  technology  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

K.4.2.  Students  will  invent  new  ways  to  communicate  ideas  and  solutions  to  problems  in  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

K.4.4.  

Students  will  use  a  variety  of  tools,  such  as  words,  numbers,  sounds,  movements,  images,  objects,  emotions,  technology,  and  spaces,  to  help  understand  and  communicate  about  the  visual  world  

DOMAIN   WI.L.  

Art  and  Design:  Creating:  Visual  Imagination  and  Creativity:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  their  imaginations  and  creativity  to  develop  multiple  solutions  to  problems,  expand  their  minds,  and  create  ideas  for  original  works  of  art  and  design.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

L.4.2.  Students  will  begin  to  develop  a  base  of  knowledge  and  skills  from  which  to  create  new  ideas  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

L.4.7.  Students  will  exhibit  imagination  by  interpreting  situations  from  more  than  one  point  of  view  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Music:  Music  Performance:  Singing:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  sing,  alone  and  with  others,  a  varied  repertoire  of  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  independently,  on  pitch,  and  in  rhythm  with  appropriate  timbre,  diction,  and  posture,  and  maintain  a  steady  tempo  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.2.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  expressively  with  appropriate  dynamics,  phrasing,  and  interpretation  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.3.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  from  memory  a  varied  repertoire  of  songs  representing  genres  and  styles  from  diverse  cultures  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.4.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  ostinati,  partner  songs,  and  rounds  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.5.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  in  groups,  blending  vocal  timbres,  matching  dynamic  levels,  and  responding  to  the  cues  of  the  conductor  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.6.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  on  pitch  using  neutral  syllables,  note  names,  or  solfege  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.7.   Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  with  rhythmic  accuracy  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Music:  Music  Performance:  Instrumental:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  play,  alone  and  with  others,  a  varied  repertoire  of  music  on  instruments.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.6.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  play  independent  instrumental  parts  while  other  students  sing  or  play  contrasting  parts  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Music:  Music  Creativity:  Composition:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  compose  and  arrange  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  create  and  arrange  music  to  accompany  readings  and  dramatizations  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.2.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  create  and  arrange  short  songs  and  instrumental  pieces  within  specified  guidelines  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.4.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  explore,  in  large  group  settings,  compositional  devices  using  sound  effects  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  Music:  Music  Response:  Analysis:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  analyze  and  describe  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.4.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  use  appropriate  terminology  in  explaining  music,  music  notation,  music  instruments  and  voices,  and  music  performances  

DOMAIN   WI.G.  Music:  Music  Response:  Evaluation:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  evaluate  music  and  music  performances.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.2.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  explain,  using  appropriate  music  terminology,  personal  preferences  for  specific  musical  works  and  styles  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.3.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  evaluate  the  quality  of  their  own  and  others'  performances  and  offer  constructive  suggestions  for  improvement  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Music:  Music  Connections:  The  Arts:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  relate  music  to  the  other  arts  and  disciplines  outside  the  arts.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  identify  similarities  and  differences  in  the  meanings  of  common  terms  used  in  the  various  arts  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.3.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  identify  terms  common  in  the  arts,  such  as  texture,  color,  form,  and  movement  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  

Art  and  Design:  Knowing:  Visual  Memory  and  Knowledge:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  know  and  remember  information  and  ideas  about  the  art  and  design  around  them  and  throughout  the  world.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.1.   Students  will  develop  a  mental  storehouse  of  images  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.2.  Students  will  learn  appropriate  vocabulary  related  to  their  study  of  art  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

Art  and  Design:  Knowing:  History,  Citizenship,  and  Environment:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  the  value  and  significance  of  the  visual  arts,  media  and  design  in  relation  to  history,  citizenship,  the  environment,  and  social  development.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.6.  Students  will  know  how  to  describe,  analyze,  interpret,  and  judge  art  images  and  objects  from  various  cultures,  artists,  and  designers  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.7.  Students  will  understand  environmental  and  aesthetic  issues  related  to  the  design  of  packaging,  industrial  products,  and  cities  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Art  and  Design:  Doing:  Visual  Design  and  Production:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  design  and  produce  quality  original  images  and  objects,  such  as  paintings,  sculptures,  designed  objects,  photographs,  graphic  designs,  videos,  and  computer  images.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.2.   Students  will  understand  what  makes  quality  design  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.5.  Students  will  use  thumbnail  sketches  to  experiment  and  start  developing  visual  ideas  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.6.   Students  will  develop  the  craft  and  skills  to  produce  quality  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.7.  Students  will  understand  the  natural  characteristics  of  materials  and  their  possibilities  and  limitations  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.8.  Students  will  reflect  on  their  work  during  the  creative  process  to  assess  and  better  understand  their  own  artwork  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.9.  Students  will  come  up  with  ideas  and  carry  them  through  to  completion  of  an  original  work  of  art  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Art  and  Design:  Doing:  Practical  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  apply  their  knowledge  of  people,  places,  ideas,  and  language  of  art  and  design  to  their  daily  lives.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.4.  Students  will  understand  basic  concepts  in  art,  such  as  'form  follows  function,'  'destruction  of  the  box,'  'less  is  more,'  balance,  symmetry,  integrity,  authenticity,  and  originality  

     

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.5.  Students  will  learn  common  language  in  art,  such  as  abstraction,  representation,  impressionism,  reproduction,  serigraphy,  sculpture,  graphic  design,  construction,  and  aesthetics  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.6.  Students  will  know  about  problem-­‐solving  strategies  that  promote  fluency,  flexibility,  elaboration,  and  originality  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

Art  and  Design:  Communicating:  Visual  Communication  and  Expression:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  produce  quality  images  and  objects  that  effectively  communicate  and  express  ideas  using  varied  media,  techniques,  and  processes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.1.  Students  will  communicate  complex  ideas  by  producing  studio  art  forms,  such  as  drawings,  paintings,  prints,  sculpture,  jewelry,  fibers,  and  ceramics  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.2.  

Students  will  communicate  complex  ideas  by  producing  design  art  forms,  such  as  graphic  design,  product  design,  architecture,  landscape,  and  media  arts,  such  as  film,  photography,  and  multimedia  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.3.  Students  will  communicate  complex  ideas  by  producing  popular  images  and  objects,  such  as  folk  art,  traditional  arts  and  crafts,  popular  arts,  mass  media,  and  consumer  products  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.4.  Students  will  communicate  complex  ideas  by  producing  visual  communication  forms  useful  in  everyday  life,  such  as,  sketches,  diagrams,  graphs,  plans,  and  models  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.5.  Students  will  use  the  visual  arts  to  express  ideas  that  can't  be  expressed  by  words  alone  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  

Art  and  Design:  Communicating:  Visual  Media  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  the  role  of,  and  be  able  to  use,  computers,  video,  and  other  technological  tools  and  equipment.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.1.  Students  will  make  informed  judgments  about  mass  media,  such  as  magazines,  television,  computers,  and  films  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.2.  Students  will  understand  some  visual  techniques  used  in  mass  media  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.4.   Students  will  recognize  stereotyping  in  visual  media  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.5.  Students  will  understand  the  effects  of  production  techniques  on  viewers'  perceptions  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.6.  Students  will  create  media  works  with  a  range  of  media  techniques  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.8.  Students  will  revise  media  productions  based  on  personal  reflection  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Art  and  Design:  Thinking:  Visual  Thinking:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  develop  perception,  visual  discrimination,  and  media  literacy  skills  to  become  visually  educated  people.  

     

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.1.  Students  will  look  at  things  using  different  methods  and  tools,  such  as  through  a  microscope  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.2.  Students  will  know  how  light,  shadow,  color,  distance,  and  angle  of  viewing  affect  sight  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.3.   Students  will  be  able  to  draw,  paint,  and  sculpt  from  life  

DOMAIN   WI.I.  

Art  and  Design:  Understanding:  Personal  and  Social  Development:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  their  senses  and  emotions  through  art  and  design  to  develop  their  minds  and  to  improve  social  relationships.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.1.   Students  will  use  art  to  understand  their  own  emotions  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.2.   Students  will  make  art  that  reflects  different  feelings  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.6.  Students  will  understand  how  creating  or  looking  at  art  brings  out  feelings  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.7.  Students  will  work  independently  and  collaboratively  to  produce  ideas  and  works  of  art  

DOMAIN   WI.J.  Art  and  Design:  Understanding:  Cultural  and  Aesthetic  Understanding:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  reflect  upon  the  nature  of  art  and  design  and  meaning  in  art  and  culture.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.8.1.  Students  will  begin  to  understand  the  purposes  and  functions  of  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.8.2.  Students  will  understand  how  the  choice  of  materials  and  techniques  influences  the  expressive  quality  of  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.8.7.  Students  will  learn  to  use  art  criticism  and  aesthetic  knowledge  in  art  and  design  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.8.8.   Students  will  explore  different  cultures'  concepts  of  beauty  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.8.9.  Students  will  understand  the  difference  between  original  artworks,  reproductions,  and  copies  

DOMAIN   WI.K.  Art  and  Design:  Creating:  Making  Connections:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  make  connections  among  the  arts,  other  disciplines,  other  cultures,  and  the  world  of  work.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

K.8.1.  Students  will  connect  their  knowledge  and  skills  in  art  to  other  areas,  such  as  the  humanities,  sciences,  social  studies,  and  technology  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

K.8.2.  Students  will  invent  new  artistic  forms  to  communicate  ideas  and  solutions  to  problems  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

K.8.4.  

Students  will  use  a  variety  of  tools,  such  as  words,  numbers,  sounds,  movements,  images,  objects,  emotions,  technology,  and  spaces,  to  help  understand  and  communicate  about  the  visual  world  

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DOMAIN   WI.L.  

Art  and  Design:  Creating:  Visual  Imagination  and  Creativity:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  their  imaginations  and  creativity  to  develop  multiple  solutions  to  problems,  expand  their  minds,  and  create  ideas  for  original  works  of  art  and  design.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

L.8.2.  Students  will  develop  a  base  of  knowledge  and  skills  from  which  to  create  new  ideas  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

L.8.4.  Students  will  understand  that  nature  and  other  designs  can  be  sources  for  new  ideas  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Music:  Music  Performance:  Singing:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  sing,  alone  and  with  others,  a  varied  repertoire  of  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  accurately  and  with  good  breath  control  throughout  their  singing  ranges,  alone  and  in  small  and  large  ensembles  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.2.  

Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  expressively  and  with  technical  accuracy  a  repertoire  of  vocal  literature  with  a  level  of  difficulty  of  two  on  a  scale  of  one  to  six,  including  some  songs  performed  from  memory  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.3.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  music  representing  diverse  genres  and  cultures,  with  expression  appropriate  for  the  work  being  performed  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.4.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  music  written  in  two  and  three  parts  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  sing  accurately  and  with  good  breath  control  throughout  their  singing  ranges,  alone  and  in  small  and  large  ensembles  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.6.  

Students  in  choral  classes  will  sing  expressively  and  with  technical  accuracy  a  varied  repertoire  of  vocal  literature,  with  a  level  of  difficulty  of  three  on  a  scale  of  one  to  six,  including  some  songs  performed  from  memory  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.7.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  sing  music  written  in  two,  three,  and  four  parts  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.8.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  sing  music  representing  diverse  genres  and  cultures,  with  expression  appropriate  for  the  music  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.9.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  accurately  and  with  good  breath  control,  alone  and/or  in  small  and  large  ensembles  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.10.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  with  expression  and  technical  accuracy  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.11.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  music  written  in  two  and  three  parts  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Music:  Music  Creativity:  Improvisation:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  improvise  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.4.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  improvise  simple  harmonic  accompaniments  

CONTENT   C.8.5.   Students  in  choral  classes  will  improvise  simple  rhythmic  

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STANDARD   variations  and  simple  melodic  embellishments  on  given  pentatonic  melodies  and  melodies  in  major  keys  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.6.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  improvise  short  melodies,  unaccompanied  and  over  given  rhythmic  accompaniments,  each  in  a  consistent  style,  meter,  and  tonality  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Music:  Music  Creativity:  Composition:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  compose  and  arrange  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.2.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  arrange  simple  pieces  for  voices  or  instruments  other  than  those  for  which  the  pieces  were  written  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.4.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  compose  short  pieces  within  specified  guidelines,  demonstrating  the  use  of  the  elements  of  music  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  arrange  simple  pieces  for  voices  and  instruments  other  than  those  for  which  the  pieces  were  written  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.7.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  use  a  variety  of  sound  sources  and  electronic  media  when  composing  and  arranging  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  Music:  Music  Literacy:  Reading  and  Notating:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  notate  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  read  notation  sufficiently  to  perform  simple  melodies  or  rhythms  accurately  after  practice  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.6.  

Students  in  choral  classes  will  use  a  system  (syllables,  numbers,  or  letters)  to  sight-­‐read  simple  melodies  in  both  the  treble  and  bass  clefs,  accurately  and  expressively,  with  a  level  of  difficulty  of  two  on  a  scale  of  one  to  six  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.7.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  identify  and  define  standard  notation  symbols  for  pitch,  rhythm,  dynamics,  tempo,  articulation,  and  expression  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.8.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  use  standard  notation  to  record  musical  ideas  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  Music:  Music  Response:  Analysis:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  analyze  and  describe  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  describe  specific  musical  events  upon  listening  to  a  given  example,  using  appropriate  terminology  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.4.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  identify  and  discuss  commonly  used  musical  forms  (such  as  AB  [binary]  and  ABA  [ternary],  rondo,  theme  and  variations,  and  fugue)  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  listen  to  and  describe  specific  music  events  in  a  given  example,  using  appropriate  terminology  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.6.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  analyze  the  uses  of  elements  of  music  upon  listening  to  given  examples  representing  diverse  genres  and  cultures  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.7.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  identify  and  describe  stylistic  elements  heard  in  folk,  popular,  and  nonwestern  music  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.8.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  listen  to  and  describe  specific  music  events  in  a  given  example,  using  appropriate  terminology  

DOMAIN   WI.G.  Music:  Music  Response:  Evaluation:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  evaluate  music  and  music  performances.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.4.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  evaluate  the  quality  and  effectiveness  of  their  own  and  others'  performances  and  offer  constructive  suggestions  for  improvement  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Music:  Music  Connections:  The  Arts:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  relate  music  to  the  other  arts  and  disciplines  outside  the  arts.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.2.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  compare  the  terminology  and  contrasting  definitions  used  for  various  artistic  elements  in  each  of  two  or  more  arts  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.4.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  compare  how  the  characteristic  materials  of  two  or  more  arts  can  be  used  to  transform  similar  events,  scenes,  emotions,  or  ideas  into  works  of  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  describe  ways  in  which  the  principles  and  subject  matter  of  other  school  disciplines  interrelate  with  those  of  music  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.6.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  compare  the  terminology  and  contrasting  definitions  of  various  elements  in  each  of  two  or  more  arts  

DOMAIN   WI.I.  Music:  Music  Connections:  History  and  Culture:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  relate  music  to  history  and  culture.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.4.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  describe  distinguishing  characteristics  of  representative  music  genres  and  styles  from  a  variety  of  cultures  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  compare  and  classify  exemplary  musical  works  by  genre,  style,  historical  period,  composer,  and  title  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.6.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  compare,  in  several  cultures  of  the  world,  the  functions  music  serves,  roles  of  musicians,  and  conditions  under  which  music  is  typically  created  and  performed  

Health  and  PE  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Students  will  comprehend  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Develop  a  cognitive  understanding  of  health  promotion  concepts  to  improve  health  behaviors  and  prevent  disease.  

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DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.A.  Understand  basic  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A1.  

Describe  ways  to  prevent  common  childhood  accidents,  injuries,  and  communicable  and  chronic  diseases.  These  may  include  but  are  not  limited  to:  refraining  from  alcohol,  tobacco,  and  other  drug  use;  engaging  in  physical  activity;  demonstrating  healthy  eating;  sexual  behaviors;  applying  social  behaviors  to  prevent  or  reduce  violence;  safety  and  related  behaviors.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A2.  Describe  the  relationships  among  environment,  healthy  behaviors,  and  personal  health.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A3.   Explain  ways  to  prevent  the  spread  of  communicable  diseases.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Students  will  comprehend  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Develop  a  cognitive  understanding  of  health  promotion  concepts  to  improve  health  behaviors  and  prevent  disease.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.B.   Apply  health  knowledge  to  health-­‐related  situations.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:B1.   Describe  when  it  is  important  to  seek  health  care.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  access  valid  information  and  products  and  services  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  valid  information  to  enhance  health  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.A.   List  sources  of  valid  health  information.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3:2:A2.   Discuss  ways  to  locate  valid  health  information.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  access  valid  information  and  products  and  services  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  valid  information  to  enhance  health  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.B.   Identify  valid  health  information  to  promote  health.  

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LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3:2:B1.   Identify  various  valid  sources  of  health  information.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

4.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  interpersonal  communication  skills  to  enhance  health  and  avoid  or  reduce  health  risks.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Demonstrate  interpersonal  communication  skills.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

4.2.A.   Demonstrate  communication  skills  that  can  improve  health.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4:2:A1.  Demonstrate  effective  verbal  and  nonverbal  communication  skills  to  enhance  health.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

4.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  interpersonal  communication  skills  to  enhance  health  and  avoid  or  reduce  health  risks.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Demonstrate  interpersonal  communication  skills.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

4.2.B.  Demonstrate  communication  skills  that  prevent,  resolve,  or  reduce  health  risks.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4:2:B1.  Demonstrate  ways  to  prevent  health  risks  and  conflict  through  communications.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4:2:B3.  Discuss  nonviolent  strategies  to  reduce,  manage,  or  resolve  conflict.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

5.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  decision-­‐making  skills  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  a  decision-­‐making  process  to  evaluate  health  options.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

5.2.A.  Continue  to  identify  health-­‐related  situations  that  require  a  decision.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:A1.   Identify  situations  that  require  a  thoughtful  decision.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:A2.   List  healthy  options  to  health-­‐related  issues  or  problems.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:A3.   Choose  the  healthiest  option  when  making  a  decision.  

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DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

5.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  decision-­‐making  skills  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  a  decision-­‐making  process  to  evaluate  health  options.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

5.2.B.  Examine  and  apply  how  a  decision-­‐making  process  can  enhance  health  status.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:B2.  Examine  the  potential  outcomes  of  each  option  when  making  a  health-­‐related  decision.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

7.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  practice  health-­‐enhancing  behaviors  and  avoid  or  reduce  health  risks.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Demonstrate  health-­‐enhancing  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

7.2.B.   Demonstrate  health-­‐enhancing  practices.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

7:2:B1.  

Demonstrate  healthy  behaviors  that  will  maintain  or  improve  the  health  of  self  and  others.  These  may  include  but  are  not  limited  to:  refraining  from  alcohol,  tobacco,  and  other  drug  use;  engaging  in  physical  activity;  demonstrating  healthy  eating;  applying  social  behaviors  to  prevent  or  reduce  violence;  safety  and  related  behaviors.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.   Participates  regularly  in  physical  activity.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Regularly  participates  in  activities  that  provide  enjoyment  and  health  benefits.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.B.   Sets  goals  for  a  physically  active  lifestyle.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.B2.   Identifies  two  personal  fitness  goals  to  improve  personal  fitness.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

4.2.  Achieves  and  maintains  a  health  enhancing  level  of  physical  fitness.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Develops  healthy  habits  that  address  the  various  components  of  physical  fitness.  

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DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

4.2.A.   Understands  health  benefits  of  being  physically  active.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4.2.A1.  Participates  in  selected  activities  that  develop  and  maintain  each  component  of  physical  fitness.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4.2.A4.  

Describes  the  five  health-­‐related  fitness  components  (cardiovascular  fitness,  muscle  strength,  muscle  endurance,  flexibility,  body  composition),  what  they  measure,  and  at  least  one  benefit  of  each.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

6.2.  Values  physical  activity  for  health,  enjoyment,  challenge,  self-­‐expression,  and/or  social  interaction.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Demonstrates  an  awareness  of  the  intrinsic  values  and  benefits  of  participation  in  physical  activity  that  provides  personal  meaning.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

6.2.A.   Applies  intrinsic  values  to  physical  activity.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

6.2.A5.  Explains  that  skill  competency  leads  to  enjoyment  of  movement  and  physical  activity.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Students  will  comprehend  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Develop  a  cognitive  understanding  of  health  promotion  concepts  to  improve  health  behaviors  and  prevent  disease.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.A.  Understand  basic  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A1.  

Describe  ways  to  prevent  common  childhood  accidents,  injuries,  and  communicable  and  chronic  diseases.  These  may  include  but  are  not  limited  to:  refraining  from  alcohol,  tobacco,  and  other  drug  use;  engaging  in  physical  activity;  demonstrating  healthy  eating;  sexual  behaviors;  applying  social  behaviors  to  prevent  or  reduce  violence;  safety  and  related  behaviors.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A2.  Describe  the  relationships  among  environment,  healthy  behaviors,  and  personal  health.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A3.   Explain  ways  to  prevent  the  spread  of  communicable  diseases.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Students  will  comprehend  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE    

Learning  Priority:  Develop  a  cognitive  understanding  of  health  

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STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

promotion  concepts  to  improve  health  behaviors  and  prevent  disease.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.B.   Apply  health  knowledge  to  health-­‐related  situations.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:B1.   Describe  when  it  is  important  to  seek  health  care.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  access  valid  information  and  products  and  services  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  valid  information  to  enhance  health  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.A.   List  sources  of  valid  health  information.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3:2:A2.   Discuss  ways  to  locate  valid  health  information.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  access  valid  information  and  products  and  services  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  valid  information  to  enhance  health  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.B.   Identify  valid  health  information  to  promote  health.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3:2:B1.   Identify  various  valid  sources  of  health  information.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

4.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  interpersonal  communication  skills  to  enhance  health  and  avoid  or  reduce  health  risks.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Demonstrate  interpersonal  communication  skills.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

4.2.A.   Demonstrate  communication  skills  that  can  improve  health.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4:2:A1.  Demonstrate  effective  verbal  and  nonverbal  communication  skills  to  enhance  health.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT   4.2.   Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  interpersonal  

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STANDARD   communication  skills  to  enhance  health  and  avoid  or  reduce  health  risks.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Demonstrate  interpersonal  communication  skills.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

4.2.B.  Demonstrate  communication  skills  that  prevent,  resolve,  or  reduce  health  risks.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4:2:B1.  Demonstrate  ways  to  prevent  health  risks  and  conflict  through  communications.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4:2:B3.  Discuss  nonviolent  strategies  to  reduce,  manage,  or  resolve  conflict.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

5.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  decision-­‐making  skills  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  a  decision-­‐making  process  to  evaluate  health  options.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

5.2.A.  Continue  to  identify  health-­‐related  situations  that  require  a  decision.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:A1.   Identify  situations  that  require  a  thoughtful  decision.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:A2.   List  healthy  options  to  health-­‐related  issues  or  problems.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:A3.   Choose  the  healthiest  option  when  making  a  decision.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

5.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  decision-­‐making  skills  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  a  decision-­‐making  process  to  evaluate  health  options.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

5.2.B.  Examine  and  apply  how  a  decision-­‐making  process  can  enhance  health  status.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:B2.  Examine  the  potential  outcomes  of  each  option  when  making  a  health-­‐related  decision.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

7.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  practice  health-­‐enhancing  behaviors  and  avoid  or  reduce  health  risks.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /    

Learning  Priority:  Demonstrate  health-­‐enhancing  behaviors.  

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LEARNING  PRIORITY  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

7.2.B.   Demonstrate  health-­‐enhancing  practices.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

7:2:B1.  

Demonstrate  healthy  behaviors  that  will  maintain  or  improve  the  health  of  self  and  others.  These  may  include  but  are  not  limited  to:  refraining  from  alcohol,  tobacco,  and  other  drug  use;  engaging  in  physical  activity;  demonstrating  healthy  eating;  applying  social  behaviors  to  prevent  or  reduce  violence;  safety  and  related  behaviors.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.   Participates  regularly  in  physical  activity.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Regularly  participates  in  activities  that  provide  enjoyment  and  health  benefits.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.B.   Sets  goals  for  a  physically  active  lifestyle.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.B2.   Identifies  two  personal  fitness  goals  to  improve  personal  fitness.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

4.2.  Achieves  and  maintains  a  health  enhancing  level  of  physical  fitness.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Develops  healthy  habits  that  address  the  various  components  of  physical  fitness.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

4.2.A.   Understands  health  benefits  of  being  physically  active.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4.2.A1.  Participates  in  selected  activities  that  develop  and  maintain  each  component  of  physical  fitness.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4.2.A4.  

Describes  the  five  health-­‐related  fitness  components  (cardiovascular  fitness,  muscle  strength,  muscle  endurance,  flexibility,  body  composition),  what  they  measure,  and  at  least  one  benefit  of  each.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

6.2.  Values  physical  activity  for  health,  enjoyment,  challenge,  self-­‐expression,  and/or  social  interaction.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Demonstrates  an  awareness  of  the  intrinsic  values  and  benefits  of  participation  in  physical  activity  that  provides  personal  meaning.  

     

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DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

6.2.A.   Applies  intrinsic  values  to  physical  activity.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

6.2.A5.  Explains  that  skill  competency  leads  to  enjoyment  of  movement  and  physical  activity.  

     

Language  Arts  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.1.  Use  effective  reading  strategies  to  achieve  their  purposes  in  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.1.  Use  a  variety  of  strategies  and  word  recognition  skills,  including  rereading,  finding  context  clues,  applying  their  knowledge  of  letter-­‐sound  relationships,  and  analyzing  word  structures.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.2.  Infer  the  meaning  of  unfamiliar  words  in  the  context  of  a  passage  by  examining  known  words,  phrases  and  structures.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.4.  

Comprehend  reading  by  using  strategies  such  as  activating  prior  knowledge,  establishing  purpose,  self-­‐correcting  and  self-­‐monitoring,  rereading,  making  predictions,  finding  context  clues,  developing  visual  images,  applying  knowledge  of  text  structures,  and  adjusting  reading  rate  according  to  purpose  and  difficulty.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.6.  Discern  how  written  texts  and  accompanying  illustrations  connect  to  convey  meaning.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.8.  Identify  a  purpose  for  reading,  such  as  gaining  information,  learning  about  a  viewpoint,  and  appreciating  literature.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.2.   Read,  interpret,  and  critically  analyze  literature.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.1.  Recognize  and  recall  elements  and  details  of  story  structure,  such  as  sequence  of  events,  character,  plot,  and  setting,  in  order  to  reflect  on  meaning.  

   

   

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4.2.3.  

Draw  upon  a  reservoir  of  reading  materials,  including  fairy  tales,  fables,  and  narratives  from  the  United  States  and  cultures  worldwide,  to  understand  plots,  make  predictions,  and  relate  reading  to  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.5.  Extend  the  literal  meaning  of  a  text  by  making  inferences,  and  evaluate  the  significance  and  validity  of  texts  in  light  of  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.3.  Read  and  discuss  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  in  order  to  understand  human  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.1.  Demonstrate  the  ability  to  integrate  general  knowledge  about  the  world  and  familiarity  with  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  when  reflecting  upon  life's  experiences.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.4.  Select  a  variety  of  materials  to  read  for  discovery,  appreciation,  and  enjoyment,  summarize  the  readings,  and  connect  them  to  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.4.   Read  to  acquire  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.4.2.  Identify  a  topic  of  interest  then  seek  information  by  investigating  available  text  resources.  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Writing:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  write  clearly  and  effectively  to  share  information  and  knowledge,  to  influence  and  persuade,  to  create  and  entertain.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.1.  Create  or  produce  writing  to  communicate  with  different  audiences  for  a  variety  of  purposes.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.5.  Use  a  variety  of  writing  technologies,  including  pen  and  paper  as  well  as  computers.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.2.   Listen  to  and  comprehend  oral  communications.  

   

   

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PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.4.  Follow  sequence  in  plot  and  character  development,  predict  outcomes,  and  draw  conclusions.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.5.  Recall  the  content  of  stories  after  hearing  them,  relate  the  content  to  prior  knowledge,  and  answer  various  types  of  factual  and  interpretive  questions  about  the  stories.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.3.   Participate  effectively  in  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.1.  Volunteer  relevant  information,  ask  relevant  questions,  and  answer  questions  directly.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.3.   Use  appropriate  strategies  to  keep  a  discussion  going.  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  apply  their  knowledge  of  the  nature,  grammar,  and  variations  of  American  English.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.2.  Recognize  and  interpret  various  uses  and  adaptations  of  language  in  social,  cultural,  regional,  and  professional  situations,  and  learn  to  be  flexible  and  responsive  in  their  use  of  English.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.1.  Identify  various  styles  and  purposes  of  oral  and  written  language  and  learn  to  communicate  effectively  in  commonly  occurring  situations.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.2.  Describe  and  give  examples  of  variations  in  American  English  that  appear  in  different  social,  cultural,  regional,  and  professional  environments.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

Media  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  media  and  technology  critically  and  creatively  to  obtain,  organize,  prepare  and  share  information;  to  influence  and  persuade;  and  to  entertain  and  be  entertained.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.1.  Use  computers  to  acquire,  organize,  analyze,  and  communicate  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.1.   Operate  common  computer  hardware  and  software.  

   

   

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PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.2.   Use  basic  word-­‐processing,  graphics,  and  drawing  programs.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.3.   Create,  store,  and  retrieve  electronic  files.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.4.  Access  information  using  electronic  reference  resources,  such  as  library  catalog,  encyclopedias,  almanacs,  and  indexes.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.5.   Generate,  send,  and  retrieve  electronic  messages.  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  Research  and  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  locate,  use,  and  communicate  information  from  a  variety  of  print  and  nonprint  materials.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.1.  Conduct  research  and  inquiry  on  self-­‐selected  or  assigned  topics,  issues,  or  problems  and  use  an  appropriate  form  to  communicate  their  findings.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.1.  Propose  research  by  formulating  initial  questions,  narrowing  the  focus  of  a  topic,  identifying  prior  knowledge,  and  developing  a  basic  plan  for  gathering  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.2.  Conduct  research  by  identifying,  locating,  exploring,  and  effectively  using  multiple  sources  of  information  appropriate  to  the  inquiry,  including  print,  nonprint,  and  electronic  sources.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.1.  Use  effective  reading  strategies  to  achieve  their  purposes  in  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.3.  Establish  purposeful  reading  and  writing  habits  by  using  texts  to  find  information,  gain  understanding  of  diverse  viewpoints,  make  decisions,  and  enjoy  the  experience  of  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.4.  Select,  summarize,  paraphrase,  analyze,  and  evaluate,  orally  and  in  writing,  passages  of  texts  chosen  for  specific  purposes.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  

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materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.2.   Read,  interpret,  and  critically  analyze  literature.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.1.  Identify  the  defining  features  and  structure  of  literary  texts,  such  as  conflict,  representation  of  character,  and  point  of  view.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.2.  Analyze  the  effect  of  characters,  plot,  setting,  language,  topic,  style,  purpose,  and  point  of  view  on  the  overall  impact  of  literature.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.3.  Read  and  discuss  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  in  order  to  understand  human  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.2.  Identify  common  historical,  social,  and  cultural  themes  and  issues  in  literary  works  and  selected  passages.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.3.  Draw  on  a  broad  base  of  knowledge  about  the  themes,  ideas,  and  insights  found  in  classical  literature  while  reading,  interpreting,  and  reflecting  on  contemporary  texts.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.4.  Evaluate  the  themes  and  main  ideas  of  a  work  considering  its  audience  and  purpose.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.4.   Read  to  acquire  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.4.1.  Interpret  and  use  technical  resources  such  as  charts,  tables,  travel  schedules,  timelines,  and  manuals.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.4.4.  Distinguish  between  the  facts  found  in  documents,  narratives,  charts,  maps,  tables  and  other  sources  and  the  generalizations  and  interpretations  that  are  drawn  from  them.  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Writing:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  write  clearly  and  effectively  to  share  information  and  knowledge,  to  influence  and  persuade,  to  create  and  entertain.  

     

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.1.  Create  or  produce  writing  to  communicate  with  different  audiences  for  a  variety  of  purposes.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.6.  Write  in  a  variety  of  situations  (during  an  exam,  in  a  computer  lab)  and  adapt  strategies,  such  as  revision,  technology,  and  the  use  of  reference  materials,  to  the  situation.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.7.  Use  a  variety  of  writing  technologies  including  pen  and  paper  as  well  as  computers.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.2.   Listen  to  and  comprehend  oral  communications.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.5.  

Evaluate  the  reliability  of  information  in  a  communication,  using  criteria  based  on  prior  knowledge  of  the  speaker,  the  topic,  and  the  context  and  on  analysis  of  logic,  evidence,  propaganda  devices,  and  language.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.3.   Participate  effectively  in  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.1.  Participate  in  discussion  by  listening  attentively,  demonstrating  respect  for  the  opinions  of  others,  and  responding  responsibly  and  courteously  to  the  remarks  of  others.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.4.  Invite  ideas  and  opinions  of  others  into  the  discussion,  responding  clearly  and  tactfully  to  questions  and  comments.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.7.  Summarize  the  main  points  of  a  discussion,  orally  and  in  writing,  specifying  areas  of  agreement  and  disagreement  and  paraphrasing  contributions.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.8.  Display  and  maintain  facial  expressions,  body  language,  and  other  response  cues  that  indicate  respect  for  the  speaker  and  attention  to  the  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.9.   Attend  to  the  content  of  discussion  rather  than  the  speaker.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.10.   Participate  in  discussion  without  dominating.  

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DOMAIN   WI.E.  

Media  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  media  and  technology  critically  and  creatively  to  obtain,  organize,  prepare  and  share  information;  to  influence  and  persuade;  and  to  entertain  and  be  entertained.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.1.  Use  computers  to  acquire,  organize,  analyze,  and  communicate  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.1.   Demonstrate  efficient  word-­‐processing  skills.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.2.   Construct  and  use  simple  databases.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.3.  Use  manuals  and  on-­‐screen  help  in  connection  with  computer  applications.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.4.   Perform  basic  computer  operations  on  various  platforms.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.5.  Collect  information  from  various  on-­‐line  sources,  such  as  web  pages,  news  groups,  and  listservs.  

     

Science  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

Nature  of  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  that  science  is  ongoing  and  inventive,  and  that  scientific  understandings  have  changed  over  time  as  new  evidence  is  found.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.2.  Acquire  information  about  people  who  have  contributed  to  the  development  of  major  ideas  in  the  sciences  and  learn  about  the  cultures  in  which  these  people  lived  and  worked.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Science  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  investigate  questions  using  scientific  methods  and  tools,  revise  their  personal  understanding  to  accommodate  knowledge,  and  communicate  these  understandings  to  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.2.  Use  the  science  content  being  learned  to  ask  questions,  plan  investigations,  make  observations,  make  predictions,  and  offer  explanations.  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  Life  and  Environmental  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  characteristics  and  

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structures  of  living  things,  the  processes  of  life,  and  how  living  things  interact  with  one  another  and  their  environment.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.1.  The  Characteristics  of  Organisms:  Discover  how  each  organism  meets  its  basic  needs  for  water,  nutrients,  protection,  and  energy  in  order  to  survive.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.3.  Life  Cycles  of  Organisms:  Illustrate  the  different  ways  that  organisms  grow  through  life  stages  and  survive  to  produce  new  members  of  their  type.  

DOMAIN   WI.G.  

Science  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  relationship  between  science  and  technology  and  the  ways  in  which  that  relationship  influences  human  activities.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.2.  Discover  what  changes  in  technology  have  occurred  in  a  career  chosen  by  a  parent,  grandparent,  or  an  adult  friend  over  a  long  period  of  time.  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Science  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  scientific  information  and  skills  to  make  decisions  about  themselves,  Wisconsin,  and  the  world  in  which  they  live.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.3.  Show  how  science  has  contributed  to  meeting  personal  needs,  including  hygiene,  nutrition,  exercise,  safety,  and  health  care.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

Nature  of  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  that  science  is  ongoing  and  inventive,  and  that  scientific  understandings  have  changed  over  time  as  new  evidence  is  found.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.2.  

Identify  and  describe  major  changes  that  have  occurred  over  in  conceptual  models  and  explanations  in  the  earth  and  space,  life  and  environmental,  and  physical  sciences  and  identify  the  people,  cultures,  and  conditions  that  led  to  these  developments.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.4.  Describe  types  of  reasoning  and  evidence  used  outside  of  science  to  draw  conclusions  about  the  natural  world.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Science  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  investigate  questions  using  scientific  methods  and  tools,  revise  their  personal  understanding  to  accommodate  knowledge,  and  communicate  these  understandings  to  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.5.  Use  accepted  scientific  knowledge,  models,  and  theories  to  explain  their  results  and  to  raise  further  questions  about  their  investigations.  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  

Life  and  Environmental  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  characteristics  and  structures  of  living  things,  the  processes  of  life,  and  how  living  things  interact  with  one  another  and  their  environment.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.5.  Reproduction  and  Heredity:  Show  how  different  structures  both  reproduce  and  pass  on  characteristics  of  their  group.  

     

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DOMAIN   WI.G.  

Science  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  relationship  between  science  and  technology  and  the  ways  in  which  that  relationship  influences  human  activities.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.1.  Identify  and  investigate  the  skills  people  need  for  a  career  in  science  or  technology  and  identify  the  academic  courses  that  a  person  pursuing  such  a  career  would  need.  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Science  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  scientific  information  and  skills  to  make  decisions  about  themselves,  Wisconsin,  and  the  world  in  which  they  live.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.2.  

Present  a  scientific  solution  to  a  problem  involving  the  earth  and  space,  life  and  environmental,  or  physical  sciences  and  participate  in  a  consensus-­‐building  discussion  to  arrive  at  a  group  decision.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.3.  Understand  the  consequences  of  decisions  affecting  personal  health  and  safety.  

     

Social  Studies  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

History:  Time,  Continuity,  and  Change:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  history  of  Wisconsin,  the  United  States,  and  the  world,  examining  change  and  continuity  over  time  in  order  to  develop  historical  perspective,  explain  historical  relationships,  and  analyze  issues  that  affect  the  present  and  the  future.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.4.  Compare  and  contrast  changes  in  contemporary  life  with  life  in  the  past  by  looking  at  social,  economic,  political,  and  cultural  roles  played  by  individuals  and  groups.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.7.  Identify  and  describe  important  events  and  famous  people  in  Wisconsin  and  United  States  history.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.9.  Describe  examples  of  cooperation  and  interdependence  among  individuals,  groups,  and  nations.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Political  Science  and  Citizenship:  Power,  Authority,  Governance,  and  Responsibility:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  political  science  and  acquire  the  knowledge  of  political  systems  necessary  for  developing  individual  civic  responsibility  by  studying  the  history  and  contemporary  uses  of  power,  authority,  and  governance.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.3.  Explain  how  families,  schools,  and  other  groups  develop,  enforce,  and  change  rules  of  behavior  and  explain  how  various  behaviors  promote  or  hinder  cooperation.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.4.  Explain  the  basic  purpose  of  government  in  American  society,  recognizing  the  three  levels  of  government.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.5.  Explain  how  various  forms  of  civic  action  such  as  running  for  political  office,  voting,  signing  an  initiative,  and  speaking  at  hearings,  can  contribute  to  the  well-­‐being  of  the  community.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.6.  Locate,  organize,  and  use  relevant  information  to  understand  an  issue  in  the  classroom  or  school,  while  taking  into  account  the  viewpoints  and  interests  of  different  groups  and  individuals.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

The  Behavioral  Sciences:  Individuals,  Institutions,  and  Society:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  behavioral  sciences  by  exploring  concepts  from  the  discipline  of  sociology,  the  study  of  the  interactions  among  individuals,  groups,  and  institutions;  the  discipline  of  psychology,  the  study  of  factors  that  influence  individual  identity  and  learning;  and  the  discipline  of  anthropology,  the  study  of  cultures  in  various  times  and  settings.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.5.  Identify  and  describe  institutions  such  as  school,  church,  police,  and  family  and  describe  their  contributions  to  the  well  being  of  the  community,  state,  nation,  and  global  society.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.13.  Investigate  and  explain  similarities  and  differences  in  ways  that  cultures  meet  human  needs.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.15.  Describe  instances  of  cooperation  and  interdependence  among  individuals,  groups,  and  nations,  such  as  helping  others  in  famines  and  disasters.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

History:  Time,  Continuity,  and  Change:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  history  of  Wisconsin,  the  United  States,  and  the  world,  examining  change  and  continuity  over  time  in  order  to  develop  historical  perspective,  explain  historical  relationships,  and  analyze  issues  that  affect  the  present  and  the  future.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.2.  Employ  cause-­‐and-­‐effect  arguments  to  demonstrate  how  significant  events  have  influenced  the  past  and  the  present  in  United  States  and  world  history.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.7.  Identify  significant  events  and  people  in  the  major  eras  of  United  States  and  world  history.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.12.  Describe  how  history  can  be  organized  and  analyzed  using  various  criteria  to  group  people  and  events  chronologically,  geographically,  thematically,  topically,  and  by  issues.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Political  Science  and  Citizenship:  Power,  Authority,  Governance,  and  Responsibility:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  political  science  and  acquire  the  knowledge  of  political  systems  necessary  for  developing  individual  civic  responsibility  by  studying  the  history  and  contemporary  uses  of  power,  authority,  and  governance.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.1.  

Identify  and  explain  democracy's  basic  principles,  including  individual  rights,  responsibility  for  the  common  good,  equal  opportunity,  equal  protection  of  the  laws,  freedom  of  speech,  justice,  and  majority  rule  with  protection  for  minority  rights.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.3.  Explain  how  laws  are  developed,  how  the  purposes  of  government  are  established,  and  how  the  powers  of  government  are  acquired,  maintained,  justified,  and  sometimes  abused.  

     

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.4.  

Describe  and  explain  how  the  federal  system  separates  the  powers  of  federal,  state,  and  local  governments  in  the  United  States,  and  how  legislative,  executive,  and  judicial  powers  are  balanced  at  the  federal  level.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.5.  Explain  how  the  federal  system  and  the  separation  of  powers  in  the  Constitution  work  to  sustain  both  majority  rule  and  minority  rights.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.6.  Explain  the  role  of  political  parties  and  interest  groups  in  American  politics.  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  

Economics:  Production,  Distribution,  Exchange,  Consumption:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  production,  distribution,  exchange,  and  consumption  so  that  they  can  make  informed  economic  decisions.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.11.  Describe  how  personal  decisions  can  have  a  global  impact  on  issues  such  as  trade  agreements,  recycling,  and  conserving  the  environment.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

The  Behavioral  Sciences:  Individuals,  Institutions,  and  Society:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  behavioral  sciences  by  exploring  concepts  from  the  discipline  of  sociology,  the  study  of  the  interactions  among  individuals,  groups,  and  institutions;  the  discipline  of  psychology,  the  study  of  factors  that  influence  individual  identity  and  learning;  and  the  discipline  of  anthropology,  the  study  of  cultures  in  various  times  and  settings.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.4.  Describe  and  explain  the  means  by  which  individuals,  groups,  and  institutions  may  contribute  to  social  continuity  and  change  within  a  community.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.6.  Describe  and  explain  the  influence  of  status,  ethnic  origin,  race,  gender,  and  age  on  the  interactions  of  individuals.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.10.  Explain  how  language,  art,  music,  beliefs,  and  other  components  of  culture  can  further  global  understanding  or  cause  misunderstanding.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.13.  Describe  conflict  resolution  and  peer  mediation  strategies  used  in  resolving  differences  and  disputes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.15.  Describe  cooperation  and  interdependence  among  individuals,  groups,  and  nations,  such  as  helping  others  in  times  of  crisis.  

 

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 Junior:  It’s  Your  Planet  Journey  -­‐  Skill  Building  Badges  Summary:  Juniors  can  earn  five  badges  connected  to  GET  MOVING!  National  Leadership  Journey.  The  badges  are:  Jeweler,  Gardener,  Detective,  Camper,  and  Independence.    

 Wisconsin  Model  Academic  Standards  

Arts  Education  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  

Art  and  Design:  Knowing:  Visual  Memory  and  Knowledge:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  know  and  remember  information  and  ideas  about  the  art  and  design  around  them  and  throughout  the  world.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.1.   Students  will  develop  a  basic  mental  storehouse  of  images  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.2.   Students  will  learn  basic  vocabulary  related  to  their  study  of  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.5.  Students  will  know  that  art  is  one  of  the  greatest  achievements  of  human  beings  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.6.  Students  will  know  that  art  is  a  basic  way  of  thinking  and  communicating  about  the  world  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

Art  and  Design:  Knowing:  History,  Citizenship,  and  Environment:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  the  value  and  significance  of  the  visual  arts,  media  and  design  in  relation  to  history,  citizenship,  the  environment,  and  social  development.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.2.  Students  will  recognize  that  form,  function,  meaning,  and  expressive  qualities  of  art  and  design  change  from  culture  to  culture  and  artist  to  artist  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.5.  Students  will  understand  that  their  choices  in  art  are  shaped  by  their  own  culture  and  society  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.6.  Students  will  know  basic  ways  to  describe,  analyze,  interpret,  and  judge  art  images  and  objects  from  various  cultures,  artists,  and  designers  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.7.  Students  will  begin  to  understand  environmental  and  aesthetic  issues  related  to  the  design  of  packaging,  industrial  products,  and  cities  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Art  and  Design:  Doing:  Visual  Design  and  Production:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  design  and  produce  quality  original  images  and  objects,  such  as  paintings,  sculptures,  designed  objects,  photographs,  graphic  designs,  videos,  and  computer  images.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.7.   Students  will  develop  basic  skills  to  produce  quality  art  

   

   

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DOMAIN   WI.D.  Art  and  Design:  Doing:  Practical  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  apply  their  knowledge  of  people,  places,  ideas,  and  language  of  art  and  design  to  their  daily  lives.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.4.  Students  will  learn  about  basic  concepts  in  art,  such  as  'form  follows  function,'  'less  is  more,'  balance,  symmetry,  and  originality  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.5.   Students  will  learn  basic  language  used  in  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.6.  Students  will  use  problem-­‐solving  strategies  that  promote  fluency,  flexibility,  elaboration,  and  originality  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

Art  and  Design:  Communicating:  Visual  Communication  and  Expression:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  produce  quality  images  and  objects  that  effectively  communicate  and  express  ideas  using  varied  media,  techniques,  and  processes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.1.  Students  will  communicate  basic  ideas  by  producing  studio  art  forms,  such  as  drawings,  paintings,  prints,  sculpture,  jewelry,  fibers,  and  ceramics  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.2.  

Students  will  communicate  basic  ideas  by  producing  design  art  forms,  such  as  graphic  design,  product  design,  architecture,  landscape,  and  media  arts,  such  as  film,  photography,  and  multimedia  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.3.  Students  will  communicate  basic  ideas  by  producing  popular  images  and  objects,  such  as  folk  art,  traditional  arts  and  crafts,  popular  arts,  mass  media,  and  consumer  products  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.4.  Students  will  communicate  basic  ideas  by  producing  visual  communication  forms  useful  in  everyday  life,  such  as  sketches,  diagrams,  graphs,  plans,  and  models  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  

Art  and  Design:  Communicating:  Visual  Media  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  the  role  of,  and  be  able  to  use,  computers,  video,  and  other  technological  tools  and  equipment.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.2.   Students  will  know  that  art  techniques  are  used  in  mass  media  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.5.  Students  will  know  that  production  techniques  affect  viewers'  perceptions  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.6.   Students  will  learn  simple  media  techniques  

DOMAIN   WI.G.  

Art  and  Design:  Thinking:  Art  and  Design  Criticism:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  interpret  visual  experiences,  such  as  artwork,  designed  objects,  architecture,  movies,  television,  and  multimedia  images,  using  a  range  of  subject  matter,  symbols,  and  ideas.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.4.  Students  will  know  how  to  create  works  of  art  that  have  meanings  

     

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DOMAIN   WI.H.  Art  and  Design:  Thinking:  Visual  Thinking:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  develop  perception,  visual  discrimination,  and  media  literacy  skills  to  become  visually  educated  people.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.1.   Students  will  study  the  patterns  and  color  in  nature  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.3.  Students  will  show  differences  among  colors,  shapes,  textures,  and  other  qualities  of  objects  in  their  artwork  

DOMAIN   WI.I.  

Art  and  Design:  Understanding:  Personal  and  Social  Development:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  their  senses  and  emotions  through  art  and  design  to  develop  their  minds  and  to  improve  social  relationships.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.4.6.  Students  will  realize  that  creating  or  looking  at  art  can  bring  out  different  feelings  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.4.7.  Students  will  work  alone  and  with  others  to  develop  visual  ideas  and  objects  

DOMAIN   WI.J.  Art  and  Design:  Understanding:  Cultural  and  Aesthetic  Understanding:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  reflect  upon  the  nature  of  art  and  design  and  meaning  in  art  and  culture.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.4.2.  Students  will  understand  that  the  choice  of  materials  and  techniques  influences  the  expressive  quality  of  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.4.7.  Students  will  begin  to  understand  and  apply  the  role  of  art  criticism  and  aesthetic  knowledge  in  art  and  design  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.4.8.  Students  will  know  that  different  cultures  have  different  concepts  of  beauty  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.4.9.  Students  will  understand  the  difference  between  original  artworks,  reproductions,  and  copies  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.4.10.   Students  will  talk  about  art  in  basic  terms  

DOMAIN   WI.K.  Art  and  Design:  Creating:  Making  Connections:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  make  connections  among  the  arts,  other  disciplines,  other  cultures,  and  the  world  of  work.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

K.4.1.  Students  will  connect  their  knowledge  and  skills  in  art  to  other  areas,  such  as  the  humanities,  sciences,  social  studies,  and  technology  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

K.4.2.  Students  will  invent  new  ways  to  communicate  ideas  and  solutions  to  problems  in  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

K.4.4.  

Students  will  use  a  variety  of  tools,  such  as  words,  numbers,  sounds,  movements,  images,  objects,  emotions,  technology,  and  spaces,  to  help  understand  and  communicate  about  the  visual  world  

DOMAIN   WI.L.  

Art  and  Design:  Creating:  Visual  Imagination  and  Creativity:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  their  imaginations  and  creativity  to  develop  multiple  solutions  to  problems,  expand  their  minds,  and  create  ideas  for  original  works  of  art  and  design.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

L.4.2.  Students  will  begin  to  develop  a  base  of  knowledge  and  skills  from  which  to  create  new  ideas  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

L.4.7.  Students  will  exhibit  imagination  by  interpreting  situations  from  more  than  one  point  of  view  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Dance:  Motor  Learning:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  recognize,  understand,  and  demonstrate  movement  elements  and  skills  in  dance.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.1.  Students  will  recognize  and  explore  space,  time,  and  force  as  the  three  elements  of  dance  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.2.  Students  will  define  and  maintain  personal  space  and  move  safely  in  groups  throughout  the  general  space  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.13.  Students  will  observe  and  describe  movement  elements  in  creative  dance  studies  using  appropriate  movement/dance  vocabulary  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Dance:  Kinesthetic  Awareness:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  the  body  as  the  instrument  of  expression  and  use  movement  as  the  medium  to  develop  kinesthetic  awareness.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.5.   Students  will  develop  and  value  a  positive  body  image  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Dance:  Choreography:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  create  movement  compositions  based  on  choreographic  principles,  processes,  and  forms.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.4.  Students  will  integrate  the  basic  compositional  elements  of  unity,  contrast,  repetition,  and  variety  into  dances  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.5.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  work  effectively  alone,  cooperatively  with  a  partner,  and  in  small  groups  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  Dance:  Critical  Thinking:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  develop  critical  and  creative  thinking  through  their  dance  experience.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.3.  Students  will  identify  the  movement  elements  in  creative  movement  studies  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.4.  Students  will  select  and  use  basic  compositional  elements  to  create  a  short  dance  study  

DOMAIN   WI.G.  Dance:  Appreciation:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  reflect  upon  and  appreciate  dance  as  an  art  form  past  and  present.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.1.   Students  will  study  influential  dancers  and  choreographers  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Dance:  Making  Connections:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  dance  to  build  bridges  to  other  disciplines  and  cultures.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.1.  Students  will  perform  folk  dances  from  various  cultures  within  a  historical  and  cultural  context  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.5.  Students  will  create  a  dance  project  that  illustrates  a  concept  shared  with  another  discipline  (such  as  the  idea  of  positive  and  negative  space,  a  concept  shared  by  art  and  dance)  

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DOMAIN   WI.I.  Dance:  Healthful  Living:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  make  connections  between  dance  and  healthful  living.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.4.1.  Students  will  understand  how  dancing  influences  healthy  living  choices  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.4.5.  Students  will  recognize  dance's  potential  to  foster  physical  and  emotional  well-­‐being  

DOMAIN   WI.J.  Dance:  Dance  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  expand  dance  horizons  through  the  use  of  technology.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.4.5.  Students  will  use  the  computer  to  note  or  describe  a  simple  dance  sequence  or  composition  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  

Art  and  Design:  Knowing:  Visual  Memory  and  Knowledge:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  know  and  remember  information  and  ideas  about  the  art  and  design  around  them  and  throughout  the  world.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.1.   Students  will  develop  a  mental  storehouse  of  images  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.2.  Students  will  learn  appropriate  vocabulary  related  to  their  study  of  art  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

Art  and  Design:  Knowing:  History,  Citizenship,  and  Environment:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  the  value  and  significance  of  the  visual  arts,  media  and  design  in  relation  to  history,  citizenship,  the  environment,  and  social  development.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.2.  Students  will  recognize  ways  in  which  form,  function,  meaning,  and  expressive  qualities  of  art  and  design  change  from  culture  to  culture  and  artist  to  artist  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.6.  Students  will  know  how  to  describe,  analyze,  interpret,  and  judge  art  images  and  objects  from  various  cultures,  artists,  and  designers  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.7.  Students  will  understand  environmental  and  aesthetic  issues  related  to  the  design  of  packaging,  industrial  products,  and  cities  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Art  and  Design:  Doing:  Visual  Design  and  Production:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  design  and  produce  quality  original  images  and  objects,  such  as  paintings,  sculptures,  designed  objects,  photographs,  graphic  designs,  videos,  and  computer  images.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.2.   Students  will  understand  what  makes  quality  design  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.5.  Students  will  use  thumbnail  sketches  to  experiment  and  start  developing  visual  ideas  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.6.   Students  will  develop  the  craft  and  skills  to  produce  quality  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.7.  Students  will  understand  the  natural  characteristics  of  materials  and  their  possibilities  and  limitations  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.8.  Students  will  reflect  on  their  work  during  the  creative  process  to  assess  and  better  understand  their  own  artwork  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.9.  Students  will  come  up  with  ideas  and  carry  them  through  to  completion  of  an  original  work  of  art  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Art  and  Design:  Doing:  Practical  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  apply  their  knowledge  of  people,  places,  ideas,  and  language  of  art  and  design  to  their  daily  lives.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.4.  Students  will  understand  basic  concepts  in  art,  such  as  'form  follows  function,'  'destruction  of  the  box,'  'less  is  more,'  balance,  symmetry,  integrity,  authenticity,  and  originality  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.5.  Students  will  learn  common  language  in  art,  such  as  abstraction,  representation,  impressionism,  reproduction,  serigraphy,  sculpture,  graphic  design,  construction,  and  aesthetics  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.6.  Students  will  know  about  problem-­‐solving  strategies  that  promote  fluency,  flexibility,  elaboration,  and  originality  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

Art  and  Design:  Communicating:  Visual  Communication  and  Expression:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  produce  quality  images  and  objects  that  effectively  communicate  and  express  ideas  using  varied  media,  techniques,  and  processes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.1.  Students  will  communicate  complex  ideas  by  producing  studio  art  forms,  such  as  drawings,  paintings,  prints,  sculpture,  jewelry,  fibers,  and  ceramics  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.2.  

Students  will  communicate  complex  ideas  by  producing  design  art  forms,  such  as  graphic  design,  product  design,  architecture,  landscape,  and  media  arts,  such  as  film,  photography,  and  multimedia  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.3.  Students  will  communicate  complex  ideas  by  producing  popular  images  and  objects,  such  as  folk  art,  traditional  arts  and  crafts,  popular  arts,  mass  media,  and  consumer  products  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.4.  Students  will  communicate  complex  ideas  by  producing  visual  communication  forms  useful  in  everyday  life,  such  as,  sketches,  diagrams,  graphs,  plans,  and  models  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.5.  Students  will  use  the  visual  arts  to  express  ideas  that  can't  be  expressed  by  words  alone  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  

Art  and  Design:  Communicating:  Visual  Media  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  the  role  of,  and  be  able  to  use,  computers,  video,  and  other  technological  tools  and  equipment.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.1.  Students  will  make  informed  judgments  about  mass  media,  such  as  magazines,  television,  computers,  and  films  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.2.  Students  will  understand  some  visual  techniques  used  in  mass  media  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.4.   Students  will  recognize  stereotyping  in  visual  media  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.5.  Students  will  understand  the  effects  of  production  techniques  on  viewers'  perceptions  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.6.  Students  will  create  media  works  with  a  range  of  media  techniques  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.8.  Students  will  revise  media  productions  based  on  personal  reflection  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Art  and  Design:  Thinking:  Visual  Thinking:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  develop  perception,  visual  discrimination,  and  media  literacy  skills  to  become  visually  educated  people.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.1.  Students  will  look  at  things  using  different  methods  and  tools,  such  as  through  a  microscope  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.2.  Students  will  know  how  light,  shadow,  color,  distance,  and  angle  of  viewing  affect  sight  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.3.   Students  will  be  able  to  draw,  paint,  and  sculpt  from  life  

DOMAIN   WI.I.  

Art  and  Design:  Understanding:  Personal  and  Social  Development:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  their  senses  and  emotions  through  art  and  design  to  develop  their  minds  and  to  improve  social  relationships.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.1.   Students  will  use  art  to  understand  their  own  emotions  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.2.   Students  will  make  art  that  reflects  different  feelings  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.6.  Students  will  understand  how  creating  or  looking  at  art  brings  out  feelings  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.7.  Students  will  work  independently  and  collaboratively  to  produce  ideas  and  works  of  art  

DOMAIN   WI.J.  Art  and  Design:  Understanding:  Cultural  and  Aesthetic  Understanding:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  reflect  upon  the  nature  of  art  and  design  and  meaning  in  art  and  culture.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.8.1.  Students  will  begin  to  understand  the  purposes  and  functions  of  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.8.2.  Students  will  understand  how  the  choice  of  materials  and  techniques  influences  the  expressive  quality  of  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.8.7.  Students  will  learn  to  use  art  criticism  and  aesthetic  knowledge  in  art  and  design  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.8.8.   Students  will  explore  different  cultures'  concepts  of  beauty  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.8.9.  Students  will  understand  the  difference  between  original  artworks,  reproductions,  and  copies  

DOMAIN   WI.K.  Art  and  Design:  Creating:  Making  Connections:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  make  connections  among  the  arts,  other  disciplines,  other  cultures,  and  the  world  of  work.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

K.8.1.  Students  will  connect  their  knowledge  and  skills  in  art  to  other  areas,  such  as  the  humanities,  sciences,  social  studies,  and  technology  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

K.8.2.  Students  will  invent  new  artistic  forms  to  communicate  ideas  and  solutions  to  problems  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

K.8.4.  

Students  will  use  a  variety  of  tools,  such  as  words,  numbers,  sounds,  movements,  images,  objects,  emotions,  technology,  and  spaces,  to  help  understand  and  communicate  about  the  visual  world  

DOMAIN   WI.L.  

Art  and  Design:  Creating:  Visual  Imagination  and  Creativity:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  their  imaginations  and  creativity  to  develop  multiple  solutions  to  problems,  expand  their  minds,  and  create  ideas  for  original  works  of  art  and  design.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

L.8.2.  Students  will  develop  a  base  of  knowledge  and  skills  from  which  to  create  new  ideas  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

L.8.4.  Students  will  understand  that  nature  and  other  designs  can  be  sources  for  new  ideas  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Dance:  Motor  Learning:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  recognize,  understand,  and  demonstrate  movement  elements  and  skills  in  dance.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.1.  

Students  will  explore  and  integrate  the  three  elements  of  dance  (space,  time,  and  force)  and  focus  on  the  relationships  of  body  parts  to  each  other,  dancers  to  each  other,  and  dancers  to  objects  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.6.  Students  will  demonstrate  increasing  kinesthetic  awareness,  concentration,  and  focus  in  performing  movement  skills  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.7.  Students  will  continue  to  observe  and  describe  movement  elements  in  creative  dance  studies  using  appropriate  movement/dance  vocabulary  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Dance:  Kinesthetic  Awareness:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  the  body  as  the  instrument  of  expression  and  use  movement  as  the  medium  to  develop  kinesthetic  awareness.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.3.  Students  will  practice  correct  body  alignment  while  performing  increasingly  complex  movement  sequences  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.4.  Students  will  increase  strength,  flexibility,  balance,  and  neuromuscular  coordination  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.5.  Students  will  continue  to  develop  and  value  a  positive  body  image  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Dance:  Improvisation:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  improvise  using  movement  elements,  themes,  personal  experience,  and  imagination.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.3.  Students  will  respond  to  various  motivational  resources  such  as  music,  props,  costumes,  and  scenic  elements  through  improvisation  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.4.  Students  will  realize  the  potential  of  improvisation  as  a  tool  for  the  enrichment  of  individual  and  group  expression  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Dance:  Choreography:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  create  movement  compositions  based  on  choreographic  principles,  processes,  and  forms.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.1.  Students  will  create  short  dances  exploring  compositional  elements,  such  as  unison,  contrast,  abstraction,  and  repetition  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.2.  Students  will  explore  advanced  compositional  processes,  such  as  reordering,  retrograde,  inversion,  amplification,  chance,  and  transition  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.3.  

Students  will  begin  to  choreograph,  using  a  variety  of  compositional  forms  (such  as  ABA,  a  theme-­‐variation-­‐theme  pattern;  canon,  the  use  of  two  or  more  dance  parts;  rondo;  and  narrative)  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.4.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  work  effectively  alone,  cooperatively  with  a  partner,  and  in  small  groups  during  the  choreographic  process  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  Dance:  Critical  Thinking:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  develop  critical  and  creative  thinking  through  their  dance  experience.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.3.  Students  will  compare  and  contrast  two  dance  compositions  in  terms  of  space  (such  as  shape  and  pathways),  time  (such  as  rhythm  and  tempo),  and  force  or  energy  (movement  qualities)  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  

Dance:  Communication  and  Expression:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  the  expressive  power  of  dance  as  a  means  of  communication  and  understand  that  it  is  subject  to  multiple  interpretations.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.1.  Students  will  differentiate  between  functional  and  expressive  movement  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.2.  Students  will  use  gesture  as  a  tool  to  enhance  the  expressive  nature  of  movement  

DOMAIN   WI.G.  Dance:  Appreciation:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  reflect  upon  and  appreciate  dance  as  an  art  form  past  and  present.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.2.  Students  will  research  influential  dancers,  choreographers,  and  styles  (such  as  modern,  ballet,  square,  Ghanaian,  Middle  Eastern)  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Dance:  Making  Connections:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  dance  to  build  bridges  to  other  disciplines  and  cultures.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.2.  Students  will  create  a  dance  project  illustrating  a  concept  shared  with  another  discipline  (such  as  the  idea  of  positive  and  negative  space,  a  concept  shared  by  art  and  dance)  

DOMAIN   WI.I.  Dance:  Healthful  Living:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  make  connections  between  dance  and  healthful  living.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.1.  Students  will  explain  how  dancing  influences  healthy  living  choices  

CONTENT   I.8.3.   Students  will  describe  dance's  potential  to  foster  physical  and  

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STANDARD   emotional  well-­‐being  

DOMAIN   WI.J.  Dance:  Dance  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  expand  dance  horizons  through  the  use  of  technology.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

J.8.5.  Students  will  use  a  computer  to  note  or  describe  a  dance  sequence  or  composition  

     

Health  and  PE  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Students  will  comprehend  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Develop  a  cognitive  understanding  of  health  promotion  concepts  to  improve  health  behaviors  and  prevent  disease.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.A.  Understand  basic  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A1.  

Describe  ways  to  prevent  common  childhood  accidents,  injuries,  and  communicable  and  chronic  diseases.  These  may  include  but  are  not  limited  to:  refraining  from  alcohol,  tobacco,  and  other  drug  use;  engaging  in  physical  activity;  demonstrating  healthy  eating;  sexual  behaviors;  applying  social  behaviors  to  prevent  or  reduce  violence;  safety  and  related  behaviors.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A3.   Explain  ways  to  prevent  the  spread  of  communicable  diseases.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

7.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  practice  health-­‐enhancing  behaviors  and  avoid  or  reduce  health  risks.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Demonstrate  health-­‐enhancing  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

7.2.B.   Demonstrate  health-­‐enhancing  practices.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

7:2:B1.  

Demonstrate  healthy  behaviors  that  will  maintain  or  improve  the  health  of  self  and  others.  These  may  include  but  are  not  limited  to:  refraining  from  alcohol,  tobacco,  and  other  drug  use;  engaging  in  physical  activity;  demonstrating  healthy  eating;  applying  social  behaviors  to  prevent  or  reduce  violence;  safety  and  related  behaviors.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.   Participates  regularly  in  physical  activity.  

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PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Regularly  participates  in  activities  that  provide  enjoyment  and  health  benefits.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.A.   Chooses  to  be  physically  active.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.A2.  Chooses  to  participate  in  moderate  to  vigorous  physical  activity  outside  of  physical  education  class  on  a  regular  basis.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

5.2.  Exhibits  responsible  personal  and  social  behavior  that  respects  self  and  others  in  physical  activity  settings.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Applies  safe  practices,  adherence  to  rules  and  procedures,  etiquette,  cooperation  and  teamwork,  ethical  behavior,  and  positive  social  interaction.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

5.2.A.  Demonstrates  safe  practices  and  adherence  to  rules  and  procedures.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5.2.A3.   Demonstrates  safe  control  of  body  and  equipment.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

6.2.  Values  physical  activity  for  health,  enjoyment,  challenge,  self-­‐expression,  and/or  social  interaction.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Demonstrates  an  awareness  of  the  intrinsic  values  and  benefits  of  participation  in  physical  activity  that  provides  personal  meaning.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

6.2.A.   Applies  intrinsic  values  to  physical  activity.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

6.2.A5.  Explains  that  skill  competency  leads  to  enjoyment  of  movement  and  physical  activity.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Students  will  comprehend  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Develop  a  cognitive  understanding  of  health  promotion  concepts  to  improve  health  behaviors  and  prevent  disease.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.A.  Understand  basic  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A1.  Describe  ways  to  prevent  common  childhood  accidents,  injuries,  and  communicable  and  chronic  diseases.  These  may  include  but  are  not  limited  to:  refraining  from  alcohol,  tobacco,  and  other  

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drug  use;  engaging  in  physical  activity;  demonstrating  healthy  eating;  sexual  behaviors;  applying  social  behaviors  to  prevent  or  reduce  violence;  safety  and  related  behaviors.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A3.   Explain  ways  to  prevent  the  spread  of  communicable  diseases.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

7.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  practice  health-­‐enhancing  behaviors  and  avoid  or  reduce  health  risks.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Demonstrate  health-­‐enhancing  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

7.2.B.   Demonstrate  health-­‐enhancing  practices.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

7:2:B1.  

Demonstrate  healthy  behaviors  that  will  maintain  or  improve  the  health  of  self  and  others.  These  may  include  but  are  not  limited  to:  refraining  from  alcohol,  tobacco,  and  other  drug  use;  engaging  in  physical  activity;  demonstrating  healthy  eating;  applying  social  behaviors  to  prevent  or  reduce  violence;  safety  and  related  behaviors.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.   Participates  regularly  in  physical  activity.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Regularly  participates  in  activities  that  provide  enjoyment  and  health  benefits.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.A.   Chooses  to  be  physically  active.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.A2.  Chooses  to  participate  in  moderate  to  vigorous  physical  activity  outside  of  physical  education  class  on  a  regular  basis.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

5.2.  Exhibits  responsible  personal  and  social  behavior  that  respects  self  and  others  in  physical  activity  settings.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Applies  safe  practices,  adherence  to  rules  and  procedures,  etiquette,  cooperation  and  teamwork,  ethical  behavior,  and  positive  social  interaction.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

5.2.A.  Demonstrates  safe  practices  and  adherence  to  rules  and  procedures.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5.2.A3.   Demonstrates  safe  control  of  body  and  equipment.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

6.2.  Values  physical  activity  for  health,  enjoyment,  challenge,  self-­‐expression,  and/or  social  interaction.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Demonstrates  an  awareness  of  the  intrinsic  values  and  benefits  of  participation  in  physical  activity  that  provides  personal  meaning.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

6.2.A.   Applies  intrinsic  values  to  physical  activity.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

6.2.A5.  Explains  that  skill  competency  leads  to  enjoyment  of  movement  and  physical  activity.  

     

Language  Arts  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.1.  Use  effective  reading  strategies  to  achieve  their  purposes  in  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.1.  Use  a  variety  of  strategies  and  word  recognition  skills,  including  rereading,  finding  context  clues,  applying  their  knowledge  of  letter-­‐sound  relationships,  and  analyzing  word  structures.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.2.  Infer  the  meaning  of  unfamiliar  words  in  the  context  of  a  passage  by  examining  known  words,  phrases  and  structures.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.4.  

Comprehend  reading  by  using  strategies  such  as  activating  prior  knowledge,  establishing  purpose,  self-­‐correcting  and  self-­‐monitoring,  rereading,  making  predictions,  finding  context  clues,  developing  visual  images,  applying  knowledge  of  text  structures,  and  adjusting  reading  rate  according  to  purpose  and  difficulty.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.6.  Discern  how  written  texts  and  accompanying  illustrations  connect  to  convey  meaning.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.8.  Identify  a  purpose  for  reading,  such  as  gaining  information,  learning  about  a  viewpoint,  and  appreciating  literature.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.2.   Read,  interpret,  and  critically  analyze  literature.  

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PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.1.  Recognize  and  recall  elements  and  details  of  story  structure,  such  as  sequence  of  events,  character,  plot,  and  setting,  in  order  to  reflect  on  meaning.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.3.  

Draw  upon  a  reservoir  of  reading  materials,  including  fairy  tales,  fables,  and  narratives  from  the  United  States  and  cultures  worldwide,  to  understand  plots,  make  predictions,  and  relate  reading  to  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.5.  Extend  the  literal  meaning  of  a  text  by  making  inferences,  and  evaluate  the  significance  and  validity  of  texts  in  light  of  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.3.  Read  and  discuss  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  in  order  to  understand  human  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.1.  Demonstrate  the  ability  to  integrate  general  knowledge  about  the  world  and  familiarity  with  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  when  reflecting  upon  life's  experiences.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.4.  Select  a  variety  of  materials  to  read  for  discovery,  appreciation,  and  enjoyment,  summarize  the  readings,  and  connect  them  to  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.4.   Read  to  acquire  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.4.2.  Identify  a  topic  of  interest  then  seek  information  by  investigating  available  text  resources.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.2.   Listen  to  and  comprehend  oral  communications.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.4.  Follow  sequence  in  plot  and  character  development,  predict  outcomes,  and  draw  conclusions.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.5.  Recall  the  content  of  stories  after  hearing  them,  relate  the  content  to  prior  knowledge,  and  answer  various  types  of  factual  and  interpretive  questions  about  the  stories.  

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DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.3.   Participate  effectively  in  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.1.  Volunteer  relevant  information,  ask  relevant  questions,  and  answer  questions  directly.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.3.   Use  appropriate  strategies  to  keep  a  discussion  going.  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  apply  their  knowledge  of  the  nature,  grammar,  and  variations  of  American  English.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.2.  Recognize  and  interpret  various  uses  and  adaptations  of  language  in  social,  cultural,  regional,  and  professional  situations,  and  learn  to  be  flexible  and  responsive  in  their  use  of  English.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.1.  Identify  various  styles  and  purposes  of  oral  and  written  language  and  learn  to  communicate  effectively  in  commonly  occurring  situations.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.2.  Describe  and  give  examples  of  variations  in  American  English  that  appear  in  different  social,  cultural,  regional,  and  professional  environments.  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  Research  and  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  locate,  use,  and  communicate  information  from  a  variety  of  print  and  nonprint  materials.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.1.  Conduct  research  and  inquiry  on  self-­‐selected  or  assigned  topics,  issues,  or  problems  and  use  an  appropriate  form  to  communicate  their  findings.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.1.  Propose  research  by  formulating  initial  questions,  narrowing  the  focus  of  a  topic,  identifying  prior  knowledge,  and  developing  a  basic  plan  for  gathering  information.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.1.  Use  effective  reading  strategies  to  achieve  their  purposes  in  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.3.  Establish  purposeful  reading  and  writing  habits  by  using  texts  to  find  information,  gain  understanding  of  diverse  viewpoints,  make  decisions,  and  enjoy  the  experience  of  reading.  

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PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.4.  Select,  summarize,  paraphrase,  analyze,  and  evaluate,  orally  and  in  writing,  passages  of  texts  chosen  for  specific  purposes.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.2.   Read,  interpret,  and  critically  analyze  literature.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.1.  Identify  the  defining  features  and  structure  of  literary  texts,  such  as  conflict,  representation  of  character,  and  point  of  view.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.2.  Analyze  the  effect  of  characters,  plot,  setting,  language,  topic,  style,  purpose,  and  point  of  view  on  the  overall  impact  of  literature.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.3.  Read  and  discuss  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  in  order  to  understand  human  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.2.  Identify  common  historical,  social,  and  cultural  themes  and  issues  in  literary  works  and  selected  passages.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.3.  Draw  on  a  broad  base  of  knowledge  about  the  themes,  ideas,  and  insights  found  in  classical  literature  while  reading,  interpreting,  and  reflecting  on  contemporary  texts.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.4.  Evaluate  the  themes  and  main  ideas  of  a  work  considering  its  audience  and  purpose.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.4.   Read  to  acquire  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.4.1.  Interpret  and  use  technical  resources  such  as  charts,  tables,  travel  schedules,  timelines,  and  manuals.  

   

   

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PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.4.4.  Distinguish  between  the  facts  found  in  documents,  narratives,  charts,  maps,  tables  and  other  sources  and  the  generalizations  and  interpretations  that  are  drawn  from  them.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.2.   Listen  to  and  comprehend  oral  communications.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.5.  

Evaluate  the  reliability  of  information  in  a  communication,  using  criteria  based  on  prior  knowledge  of  the  speaker,  the  topic,  and  the  context  and  on  analysis  of  logic,  evidence,  propaganda  devices,  and  language.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.3.   Participate  effectively  in  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.1.  Participate  in  discussion  by  listening  attentively,  demonstrating  respect  for  the  opinions  of  others,  and  responding  responsibly  and  courteously  to  the  remarks  of  others.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.4.  Invite  ideas  and  opinions  of  others  into  the  discussion,  responding  clearly  and  tactfully  to  questions  and  comments.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.7.  Summarize  the  main  points  of  a  discussion,  orally  and  in  writing,  specifying  areas  of  agreement  and  disagreement  and  paraphrasing  contributions.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.8.  Display  and  maintain  facial  expressions,  body  language,  and  other  response  cues  that  indicate  respect  for  the  speaker  and  attention  to  the  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.9.   Attend  to  the  content  of  discussion  rather  than  the  speaker.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.10.   Participate  in  discussion  without  dominating.  

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Science  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Nature  of  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  that  science  is  ongoing  and  inventive,  and  that  scientific  understandings  have  changed  over  time  as  new  evidence  is  found.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.3.  Show  how  the  major  developments  of  scientific  knowledge  in  the  earth  and  space,  life  and  environmental,  and  physical  sciences  have  changed  over  time.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Science  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  investigate  questions  using  scientific  methods  and  tools,  revise  their  personal  understanding  to  accommodate  knowledge,  and  communicate  these  understandings  to  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.1.  Use  the  vocabulary  of  the  unifying  themes  to  ask  questions  about  objects,  organisms,  and  events  being  studied.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.2.  Use  the  science  content  being  learned  to  ask  questions,  plan  investigations,  make  observations,  make  predictions,  and  offer  explanations.  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  

Life  and  Environmental  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  characteristics  and  structures  of  living  things,  the  processes  of  life,  and  how  living  things  interact  with  one  another  and  their  environment.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.1.  The  Characteristics  of  Organisms:  Discover  how  each  organism  meets  its  basic  needs  for  water,  nutrients,  protection,  and  energy  in  order  to  survive.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.2.  The  Characteristics  of  Organisms:  Investigate  how  organisms,  especially  plants,  respond  to  both  internal  cues  (the  need  for  water)  and  external  cues  (changes  in  the  environment).  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.3.  Life  Cycles  of  Organisms:  Illustrate  the  different  ways  that  organisms  grow  through  life  stages  and  survive  to  produce  new  members  of  their  type.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Nature  of  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  that  science  is  ongoing  and  inventive,  and  that  scientific  understandings  have  changed  over  time  as  new  evidence  is  found.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.4.  Describe  types  of  reasoning  and  evidence  used  outside  of  science  to  draw  conclusions  about  the  natural  world.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Science  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  investigate  questions  using  scientific  methods  and  tools,  revise  their  personal  understanding  to  accommodate  knowledge,  and  communicate  these  understandings  to  others.  

     

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.5.  Use  accepted  scientific  knowledge,  models,  and  theories  to  explain  their  results  and  to  raise  further  questions  about  their  investigations.  

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DOMAIN   WI.F.  

Life  and  Environmental  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  characteristics  and  structures  of  living  things,  the  processes  of  life,  and  how  living  things  interact  with  one  another  and  their  environment.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.5.  Reproduction  and  Heredity:  Show  how  different  structures  both  reproduce  and  pass  on  characteristics  of  their  group.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.7.  Regulation  and  Behavior:  Understand  that  an  organism's  behavior  evolves  through  adaptation  to  its  environment.  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Science  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  scientific  information  and  skills  to  make  decisions  about  themselves,  Wisconsin,  and  the  world  in  which  they  live.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.2.  Present  a  scientific  solution  to  a  problem  involving  the  earth  and  space,  life  and  environmental,  or  physical  sciences  and  participate  in  a  consensus-­‐building  discussion  to  arrive  at  a  group  decision.  

     

Social  Studies  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

History:  Time,  Continuity,  and  Change:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  history  of  Wisconsin,  the  United  States,  and  the  world,  examining  change  and  continuity  over  time  in  order  to  develop  historical  perspective,  explain  historical  relationships,  and  analyze  issues  that  affect  the  present  and  the  future.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.4.  Compare  and  contrast  changes  in  contemporary  life  with  life  in  the  past  by  looking  at  social,  economic,  political,  and  cultural  roles  played  by  individuals  and  groups.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Political  Science  and  Citizenship:  Power,  Authority,  Governance,  and  Responsibility:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  political  science  and  acquire  the  knowledge  of  political  systems  necessary  for  developing  individual  civic  responsibility  by  studying  the  history  and  contemporary  uses  of  power,  authority,  and  governance.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.3.  Explain  how  families,  schools,  and  other  groups  develop,  enforce,  and  change  rules  of  behavior  and  explain  how  various  behaviors  promote  or  hinder  cooperation.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.6.  Locate,  organize,  and  use  relevant  information  to  understand  an  issue  in  the  classroom  or  school,  while  taking  into  account  the  viewpoints  and  interests  of  different  groups  and  individuals.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

The  Behavioral  Sciences:  Individuals,  Institutions,  and  Society:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  behavioral  sciences  by  exploring  concepts  from  the  discipline  of  sociology,  the  study  of  the  interactions  among  individuals,  groups,  and  institutions;  the  discipline  of  psychology,  the  study  of  factors  that  influence  individual  identity  and  learning;  and  the  discipline  of  anthropology,  the  study  of  cultures  in  various  times  and  settings.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.12.  Give  examples  of  important  contributions  made  by  Wisconsin  citizens,  United  States  citizens,  and  world  citizens.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.13.  Investigate  and  explain  similarities  and  differences  in  ways  that  cultures  meet  human  needs.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Geography:  People,  Places  and  Environments:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  geography  through  the  study  of  the  relationships  among  people,  places,  and  environments.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.10.  Identify  major  discoveries  in  science  and  technology  and  describe  their  social  and  economic  effects  on  the  physical  and  human  environment.  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

History:  Time,  Continuity,  and  Change:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  history  of  Wisconsin,  the  United  States,  and  the  world,  examining  change  and  continuity  over  time  in  order  to  develop  historical  perspective,  explain  historical  relationships,  and  analyze  issues  that  affect  the  present  and  the  future.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.8.  Identify  major  scientific  discoveries  and  technological  innovations  and  describe  their  social  and  economic  effects  on  society.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.12.  Describe  how  history  can  be  organized  and  analyzed  using  various  criteria  to  group  people  and  events  chronologically,  geographically,  thematically,  topically,  and  by  issues.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

The  Behavioral  Sciences:  Individuals,  Institutions,  and  Society:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  behavioral  sciences  by  exploring  concepts  from  the  discipline  of  sociology,  the  study  of  the  interactions  among  individuals,  groups,  and  institutions;  the  discipline  of  psychology,  the  study  of  factors  that  influence  individual  identity  and  learning;  and  the  discipline  of  anthropology,  the  study  of  cultures  in  various  times  and  settings.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.6.  Describe  and  explain  the  influence  of  status,  ethnic  origin,  race,  gender,  and  age  on  the  interactions  of  individuals.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.10.  Explain  how  language,  art,  music,  beliefs,  and  other  components  of  culture  can  further  global  understanding  or  cause  misunderstanding.  

 

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 Junior:  It’s  Your  Story  Journey  -­‐  Skill  Building  Badges  Summary:  Juniors  can  earn  five  badges  connected  to  aMUSE  National  Leadership  Journey.  The  badges  are:  Geocacher,  Animal  Habitats,  Playing  the  Past,  Product  Designer,  and  Social  Butterfly.    

 Wisconsin  Model  Academic  Standards  

Arts  Education  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.E.  Dance:  Critical  Thinking:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  develop  critical  and  creative  thinking  through  their  dance  experience.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.1.  Students  will  identify  how  dance  movement  is  similar  to  and  different  from  ordinary  movement  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Dance:  Making  Connections:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  dance  to  build  bridges  to  other  disciplines  and  cultures.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.1.  Students  will  perform  folk  dances  from  various  cultures  within  a  historical  and  cultural  context  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Music:  Music  Performance:  Singing:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  sing,  alone  and  with  others,  a  varied  repertoire  of  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.6.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  on  pitch  using  neutral  syllables,  note  names,  or  solfege  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.7.   Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  with  rhythmic  accuracy  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Theatre:  Performance:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  work  and  think  as  actors  and  develop  basic  acting  skills  to  portray  characters  who  interact  in  improvised  and  scripted  scenes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.1.  Students  will  pretend  to  be  someone  else,  creating  a  character  based  on  scripted  material  or  through  improvisation,  using  props,  costume  pieces,  and  ideas  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.2.  Students  will  create  a  human  or  animal  character  through  physical  movement  with  sounds  and/or  speech,  using  facial  expressions  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.3.  Students  will  create  a  human  or  animal  character  based  upon  a  costume  or  object  (prop)  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.4.  Students  will  create  a  human  or  animal  character  based  upon  an  original  idea  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Theatre:  Research  and  Analysis:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  research  and  analyze  methods  of  presentation  and  audience  response  for  theatre,  the  interconnections  of  theatre,  community,  other  cultures,  and  historical  periods  for  use  as  general  knowledge.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.3.  Students  will  find  information  to  help  develop  characters  and  the  appropriate  background  for  the  presentation  

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DOMAIN   WI.D.  

Theatre:  Analysis  of  Process:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  work  and  think  as  theatre  artists  and  reflect  upon  and  assess  the  characteristics  and  merits  of  their  own  work  and  the  work  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D4.1.  Students  will  explain  strengths  and  weakness  of  their  own  work  and  that  of  others  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.2.  Students  will  identify  strengths  (what  worked)  and  weaknesses  (what  didn't  work)  in  character  work  and  scenes  presented  in  class  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.3.  Students  will  identify  what  they  need  to  do  to  make  their  character  or  scene  more  believable  and/or  understandable  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  Theatre:  Theatre  Production:  Students  will  think  and  work  as  playwrights,  designers,  managers,  and/or  directors  to  create  and  interpret  improvised  and  scripted  scenes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.2.  Students  will  use  props  or  furniture  to  create  an  environment  for  drama  and  create  a  character  with  costume  pieces  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.3.  Students  will  explain  their  choices  for  setting,  characters,  and  other  artistic  elements  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.6.  Students  will  rehearse  and  perform  a  scene  or  play  for  peers  and  invited  guests  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Dance:  Motor  Learning:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  recognize,  understand,  and  demonstrate  movement  elements  and  skills  in  dance.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.6.  Students  will  demonstrate  increasing  kinesthetic  awareness,  concentration,  and  focus  in  performing  movement  skills  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Dance:  Kinesthetic  Awareness:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  the  body  as  the  instrument  of  expression  and  use  movement  as  the  medium  to  develop  kinesthetic  awareness.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.3.  Students  will  practice  correct  body  alignment  while  performing  increasingly  complex  movement  sequences  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Music:  Music  Performance:  Singing:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  sing,  alone  and  with  others,  a  varied  repertoire  of  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  accurately  and  with  good  breath  control  throughout  their  singing  ranges,  alone  and  in  small  and  large  ensembles  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.2.  

Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  expressively  and  with  technical  accuracy  a  repertoire  of  vocal  literature  with  a  level  of  difficulty  of  two  on  a  scale  of  one  to  six,  including  some  songs  performed  from  memory  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.3.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  music  representing  diverse  genres  and  cultures,  with  expression  appropriate  for  the  work  being  performed  

     

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  sing  accurately  and  with  good  breath  control  throughout  their  singing  ranges,  alone  and  in  small  and  large  ensembles  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.6.  

Students  in  choral  classes  will  sing  expressively  and  with  technical  accuracy  a  varied  repertoire  of  vocal  literature,  with  a  level  of  difficulty  of  three  on  a  scale  of  one  to  six,  including  some  songs  performed  from  memory  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.8.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  sing  music  representing  diverse  genres  and  cultures,  with  expression  appropriate  for  the  music  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.9.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  accurately  and  with  good  breath  control,  alone  and/or  in  small  and  large  ensembles  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.10.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  with  expression  and  technical  accuracy  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Theatre:  Performance:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  work  and  think  as  actors  and  develop  basic  acting  skills  to  portray  characters  who  interact  in  improvised  and  scripted  scenes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.1.  Students  will  create  a  character  through  physical  movement,  adapting  movement  and  making  physical  choices  to  fit  the  requirements  of  the  scene  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.2.  Students  will  create  a  character  verbally,  adapting  language  choices  and  dialogue  to  fit  requirements  of  the  scene  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.3.  Students  will  create  a  believable  and  sustained  character  within  a  scripted  or  improvised  context  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.4.  Students  will  create  a  character  that  is  appropriate  to  the  context  of  the  scene,  using  facial  expressions  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.5.  Students  will  select  costume  pieces  or  a  hand  prop  (such  as  a  basket)  and  create  a  character  based  upon  that  item  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.6.  Students  will  create  a  character  (physically,  verbally,  and  facially)  from  a  scripted  scene  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.7.  Students  will  create  a  character  (physically,  verbally,  and  facially)  from  an  original  idea  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Theatre:  Research  and  Analysis:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  research  and  analyze  methods  of  presentation  and  audience  response  for  theatre,  the  interconnections  of  theatre,  community,  other  cultures,  and  historical  periods  for  use  as  general  knowledge.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.2.  Students  will  read  a  play  and  exhibit  understanding  of  the  cultural/historical  connections  through  discussions  and/or  written  work  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.3.  Students  will  discuss  the  cultural/historical  importance  of  a  play  through  group  discussion  or  written  work  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.4.  Students  will  explain  in  writing  what  they  liked  and  didn't  like  about  a  dramatic  presentation  and  justify  their  comments  

CONTENT   C.8.5.   Students  will  write  a  review  of  a  play  and  demonstrate  an  

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STANDARD   understanding  of  how  a  presentation  was  the  same  or  different  than  other  media  presentations  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.7.  Students  will  continue  to  find  information  to  help  develop  characters  and  the  appropriate  backgrounds  for  presentations  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  

Theatre:  Analysis  of  Process:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  work  and  think  as  theatre  artists  and  reflect  upon  and  assess  the  characteristics  and  merits  of  their  own  work  and  the  work  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.3.  Students  will  continue  to  identify  strengths  (what  worked)  and  weaknesses  (what  didn't  work)  in  character  work  and  scenes  presented  in  class  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.4.  Students  will  identify  what  they  need  to  do  to  make  their  character  or  scene  more  believable  and/or  understandable  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  Theatre:  Theatre  Production:  Students  will  think  and  work  as  playwrights,  designers,  managers,  and/or  directors  to  create  and  interpret  improvised  and  scripted  scenes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.1.   Students  will  improvise  a  scene  or  play  with  a  problem  or  conflict  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.4.  Students  will  analyze  a  play  and  determine  appropriate  setting,  lighting,  costume,  and  makeup  requirements  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.5.  Students  will  read  a  play  and  describe  the  potential  visual  and  emotional  effect  it  has  on  an  audience  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.7.  Students  will  rehearse  and  perform  a  scene  or  play  for  peers  or  invited  guests  

     

Language  Arts  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.1.  Use  effective  reading  strategies  to  achieve  their  purposes  in  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.1.  Use  a  variety  of  strategies  and  word  recognition  skills,  including  rereading,  finding  context  clues,  applying  their  knowledge  of  letter-­‐sound  relationships,  and  analyzing  word  structures.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.2.  Infer  the  meaning  of  unfamiliar  words  in  the  context  of  a  passage  by  examining  known  words,  phrases  and  structures.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.4.  

Comprehend  reading  by  using  strategies  such  as  activating  prior  knowledge,  establishing  purpose,  self-­‐correcting  and  self-­‐monitoring,  rereading,  making  predictions,  finding  context  clues,  developing  visual  images,  applying  knowledge  of  text  structures,  

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and  adjusting  reading  rate  according  to  purpose  and  difficulty.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.6.  Discern  how  written  texts  and  accompanying  illustrations  connect  to  convey  meaning.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.8.  Identify  a  purpose  for  reading,  such  as  gaining  information,  learning  about  a  viewpoint,  and  appreciating  literature.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.2.   Read,  interpret,  and  critically  analyze  literature.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.1.  Recognize  and  recall  elements  and  details  of  story  structure,  such  as  sequence  of  events,  character,  plot,  and  setting,  in  order  to  reflect  on  meaning.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.3.  

Draw  upon  a  reservoir  of  reading  materials,  including  fairy  tales,  fables,  and  narratives  from  the  United  States  and  cultures  worldwide,  to  understand  plots,  make  predictions,  and  relate  reading  to  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.5.  Extend  the  literal  meaning  of  a  text  by  making  inferences,  and  evaluate  the  significance  and  validity  of  texts  in  light  of  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.3.  Read  and  discuss  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  in  order  to  understand  human  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.1.  Demonstrate  the  ability  to  integrate  general  knowledge  about  the  world  and  familiarity  with  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  when  reflecting  upon  life's  experiences.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.4.  Select  a  variety  of  materials  to  read  for  discovery,  appreciation,  and  enjoyment,  summarize  the  readings,  and  connect  them  to  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.4.   Read  to  acquire  information.  

     

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PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.4.2.  Identify  a  topic  of  interest  then  seek  information  by  investigating  available  text  resources.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.2.   Listen  to  and  comprehend  oral  communications.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.4.  Follow  sequence  in  plot  and  character  development,  predict  outcomes,  and  draw  conclusions.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.5.  Recall  the  content  of  stories  after  hearing  them,  relate  the  content  to  prior  knowledge,  and  answer  various  types  of  factual  and  interpretive  questions  about  the  stories.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.3.   Participate  effectively  in  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.1.  Volunteer  relevant  information,  ask  relevant  questions,  and  answer  questions  directly.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.3.   Use  appropriate  strategies  to  keep  a  discussion  going.  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  apply  their  knowledge  of  the  nature,  grammar,  and  variations  of  American  English.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.2.  Recognize  and  interpret  various  uses  and  adaptations  of  language  in  social,  cultural,  regional,  and  professional  situations,  and  learn  to  be  flexible  and  responsive  in  their  use  of  English.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.1.  Identify  various  styles  and  purposes  of  oral  and  written  language  and  learn  to  communicate  effectively  in  commonly  occurring  situations.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.2.  Describe  and  give  examples  of  variations  in  American  English  that  appear  in  different  social,  cultural,  regional,  and  professional  environments.  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  Research  and  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  locate,  use,  and  communicate  information  from  a  variety  of  print  and  nonprint  materials.  

     

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.1.  Conduct  research  and  inquiry  on  self-­‐selected  or  assigned  topics,  issues,  or  problems  and  use  an  appropriate  form  to  communicate  their  findings.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.1.  Propose  research  by  formulating  initial  questions,  narrowing  the  focus  of  a  topic,  identifying  prior  knowledge,  and  developing  a  basic  plan  for  gathering  information.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.1.  Use  effective  reading  strategies  to  achieve  their  purposes  in  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.3.  Establish  purposeful  reading  and  writing  habits  by  using  texts  to  find  information,  gain  understanding  of  diverse  viewpoints,  make  decisions,  and  enjoy  the  experience  of  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.4.  Select,  summarize,  paraphrase,  analyze,  and  evaluate,  orally  and  in  writing,  passages  of  texts  chosen  for  specific  purposes.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.2.   Read,  interpret,  and  critically  analyze  literature.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.1.  Identify  the  defining  features  and  structure  of  literary  texts,  such  as  conflict,  representation  of  character,  and  point  of  view.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.2.  Analyze  the  effect  of  characters,  plot,  setting,  language,  topic,  style,  purpose,  and  point  of  view  on  the  overall  impact  of  literature.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.3.  Read  and  discuss  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  in  order  to  understand  human  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.2.  Identify  common  historical,  social,  and  cultural  themes  and  issues  in  literary  works  and  selected  passages.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  

8.3.3.  Draw  on  a  broad  base  of  knowledge  about  the  themes,  ideas,  and  insights  found  in  classical  literature  while  reading,  

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LEARNING  PRIORITY  

interpreting,  and  reflecting  on  contemporary  texts.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.4.  Evaluate  the  themes  and  main  ideas  of  a  work  considering  its  audience  and  purpose.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.4.   Read  to  acquire  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.4.1.  Interpret  and  use  technical  resources  such  as  charts,  tables,  travel  schedules,  timelines,  and  manuals.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.4.4.  Distinguish  between  the  facts  found  in  documents,  narratives,  charts,  maps,  tables  and  other  sources  and  the  generalizations  and  interpretations  that  are  drawn  from  them.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.2.   Listen  to  and  comprehend  oral  communications.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.5.  

Evaluate  the  reliability  of  information  in  a  communication,  using  criteria  based  on  prior  knowledge  of  the  speaker,  the  topic,  and  the  context  and  on  analysis  of  logic,  evidence,  propaganda  devices,  and  language.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.3.   Participate  effectively  in  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.1.  Participate  in  discussion  by  listening  attentively,  demonstrating  respect  for  the  opinions  of  others,  and  responding  responsibly  and  courteously  to  the  remarks  of  others.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.4.  Invite  ideas  and  opinions  of  others  into  the  discussion,  responding  clearly  and  tactfully  to  questions  and  comments.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.7.  Summarize  the  main  points  of  a  discussion,  orally  and  in  writing,  specifying  areas  of  agreement  and  disagreement  and  paraphrasing  contributions.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  

8.3.8.  Display  and  maintain  facial  expressions,  body  language,  and  other  response  cues  that  indicate  respect  for  the  speaker  and  

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LEARNING  PRIORITY  

attention  to  the  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.9.   Attend  to  the  content  of  discussion  rather  than  the  speaker.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.10.   Participate  in  discussion  without  dominating.  

     

Science  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

Nature  of  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  that  science  is  ongoing  and  inventive,  and  that  scientific  understandings  have  changed  over  time  as  new  evidence  is  found.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.2.  Acquire  information  about  people  who  have  contributed  to  the  development  of  major  ideas  in  the  sciences  and  learn  about  the  cultures  in  which  these  people  lived  and  worked.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.3.  Show  how  the  major  developments  of  scientific  knowledge  in  the  earth  and  space,  life  and  environmental,  and  physical  sciences  have  changed  over  time.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Science  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  investigate  questions  using  scientific  methods  and  tools,  revise  their  personal  understanding  to  accommodate  knowledge,  and  communicate  these  understandings  to  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.1.  Use  the  vocabulary  of  the  unifying  themes  to  ask  questions  about  objects,  organisms,  and  events  being  studied.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.2.  Use  the  science  content  being  learned  to  ask  questions,  plan  investigations,  make  observations,  make  predictions,  and  offer  explanations.  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  

Life  and  Environmental  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  characteristics  and  structures  of  living  things,  the  processes  of  life,  and  how  living  things  interact  with  one  another  and  their  environment.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.1.  The  Characteristics  of  Organisms:  Discover  how  each  organism  meets  its  basic  needs  for  water,  nutrients,  protection,  and  energy  in  order  to  survive.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.2.  The  Characteristics  of  Organisms:  Investigate  how  organisms,  especially  plants,  respond  to  both  internal  cues  (the  need  for  water)  and  external  cues  (changes  in  the  environment).  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.4.  Organisms  and  Their  Environment:  Using  the  science  themes,  develop  explanations  for  the  connections  among  living  and  non-­‐living  things  in  various  environments.  

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DOMAIN   WI.G.  

Science  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  relationship  between  science  and  technology  and  the  ways  in  which  that  relationship  influences  human  activities.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.1.  Identify  the  technology  used  by  someone  employed  in  a  job  or  position  in  Wisconsin  and  explain  how  the  technology  helps.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.2.  Discover  what  changes  in  technology  have  occurred  in  a  career  chosen  by  a  parent,  grandparent,  or  an  adult  friend  over  a  long  period  of  time.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.5.  Ask  questions  to  find  answers  about  how  devices  and  machines  were  invented  and  produced.  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Science  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  scientific  information  and  skills  to  make  decisions  about  themselves,  Wisconsin,  and  the  world  in  which  they  live.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.1.  

Describe  how  science  and  technology  have  helped,  and  in  some  cases  hindered,  progress  in  providing  better  food,  more  rapid  information,  quicker  and  safer  transportation,  and  more  effective  health  care.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.2.  Using  the  science  themes,  identify  local  and  state  issues  that  are  helped  by  science  and  technology  and  explain  how  science  and  technology  can  also  cause  a  problem.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.3.  Show  how  science  has  contributed  to  meeting  personal  needs,  including  hygiene,  nutrition,  exercise,  safety,  and  health  care.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.4.  Develop  a  list  of  issues  that  citizens  must  make  decisions  about  and  describe  a  strategy  for  becoming  informed  about  the  science  behind  these  issues.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  

Science  Connections:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  that  there  are  unifying  themes:  systems,  order,  organization,  and  interactions;  evidence,  models,  and  explanations;  constancy,  change,  and  measurement;  evolution,  equilibrium,  and  energy;  form  and  function  among  scientific  disciplines.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.5.  

Show  how  models  and  explanations,  based  on  systems,  were  changed  as  new  evidence  accumulated  (the  effects  of  constancy,  evolution,  change,  and  measurement  should  all  be  part  of  these  explanations).  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

Nature  of  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  that  science  is  ongoing  and  inventive,  and  that  scientific  understandings  have  changed  over  time  as  new  evidence  is  found.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.1.  Describe  how  scientific  knowledge  and  concepts  have  changed  over  time  in  the  earth  and  space,  life  and  environmental,  and  physical  sciences.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.2.  Identify  and  describe  major  changes  that  have  occurred  over  in  conceptual  models  and  explanations  in  the  earth  and  space,  life  

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and  environmental,  and  physical  sciences  and  identify  the  people,  cultures,  and  conditions  that  led  to  these  developments.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.4.  Describe  types  of  reasoning  and  evidence  used  outside  of  science  to  draw  conclusions  about  the  natural  world.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.6.  Explain  the  ways  in  which  scientific  knowledge  is  useful  and  also  limited  when  applied  to  social  issues.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Science  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  investigate  questions  using  scientific  methods  and  tools,  revise  their  personal  understanding  to  accommodate  knowledge,  and  communicate  these  understandings  to  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.5.  Use  accepted  scientific  knowledge,  models,  and  theories  to  explain  their  results  and  to  raise  further  questions  about  their  investigations.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.7.  Explain  their  data  and  conclusions  in  ways  that  allow  an  audience  to  understand  the  questions  they  selected  for  investigation  and  the  answers  they  have  developed.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.8.  Use  computer  software  and  other  technologies  to  organize,  process,  and  present  their  data.  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  

Life  and  Environmental  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  characteristics  and  structures  of  living  things,  the  processes  of  life,  and  how  living  things  interact  with  one  another  and  their  environment.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.2.  

Structure  and  Function  in  Living  Things:  Show  how  organisms  have  adapted  structures  to  match  their  functions,  providing  means  of  encouraging  individual  and  group  survival  within  specific  environments.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.7.  Regulation  and  Behavior:  Understand  that  an  organism's  behavior  evolves  through  adaptation  to  its  environment.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.9.  

Diversity  and  Adaptations  of  Organisms:  Explain  how  some  of  the  changes  on  the  earth  are  contributing  to  changes  in  the  balance  of  life  and  affecting  the  survival  or  population  growth  of  certain  species.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.10.  

Diversity  and  Adaptations  of  Organisms:  Project  how  current  trends  in  human  resource  use  and  population  growth  will  influence  the  natural  environment,  and  show  how  current  policies  affect  those  trends.  

DOMAIN   WI.G.  

Science  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  relationship  between  science  and  technology  and  the  ways  in  which  that  relationship  influences  human  activities.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.2.  Explain  how  current  scientific  and  technological  discoveries  have  an  influence  on  the  work  people  do  and  how  some  of  these  discoveries  also  lead  to  new  careers.  

   

   

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.3.  Illustrate  the  impact  that  science  and  technology  have  had,  both  good  and  bad,  on  careers,  systems,  society,  environment,  and  quality  of  life.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.4.  

Propose  a  design  (or  re-­‐design)  of  an  applied  science  model  or  a  machine  that  will  have  an  impact  in  the  community  or  elsewhere  in  the  world  and  show  how  the  design  (or  re-­‐design)  might  work,  including  potential  side-­‐effects.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.5.  

Investigate  a  specific  local  problem  to  which  there  has  been  a  scientific  or  technological  solution,  including  proposals  for  alternative  courses  of  action,  the  choices  that  were  made,  reasons  for  the  choices,  any  new  problems  created,  and  subsequent  community  satisfaction.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.6.  

Use  current  texts,  encyclopedias,  source  books,  computers,  experts,  the  popular  press,  or  other  relevant  sources  to  identify  examples  of  how  scientific  discoveries  have  resulted  in  new  technology.  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Science  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  scientific  information  and  skills  to  make  decisions  about  themselves,  Wisconsin,  and  the  world  in  which  they  live.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.2.  

Present  a  scientific  solution  to  a  problem  involving  the  earth  and  space,  life  and  environmental,  or  physical  sciences  and  participate  in  a  consensus-­‐building  discussion  to  arrive  at  a  group  decision.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.3.  Understand  the  consequences  of  decisions  affecting  personal  health  and  safety.  

     

Social  Studies  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Geography:  People,  Places  and  Environments:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  geography  through  the  study  of  the  relationships  among  people,  places,  and  environments.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.2.  

Locate  on  a  map  or  globe  physical  features  such  as  continents,  oceans,  mountain  ranges,  and  land  forms,  natural  features  such  as  resources,  flora,  and  fauna;  and  human  features  such  as  cities,  states,  and  national  borders.  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

History:  Time,  Continuity,  and  Change:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  history  of  Wisconsin,  the  United  States,  and  the  world,  examining  change  and  continuity  over  time  in  order  to  develop  historical  perspective,  explain  historical  relationships,  and  analyze  issues  that  affect  the  present  and  the  future.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.7.  Identify  and  describe  important  events  and  famous  people  in  Wisconsin  and  United  States  history.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Political  Science  and  Citizenship:  Power,  Authority,  Governance,  and  Responsibility:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  political  science  and  acquire  the  knowledge  of  political  systems  

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necessary  for  developing  individual  civic  responsibility  by  studying  the  history  and  contemporary  uses  of  power,  authority,  and  governance.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.6.  Locate,  organize,  and  use  relevant  information  to  understand  an  issue  in  the  classroom  or  school,  while  taking  into  account  the  viewpoints  and  interests  of  different  groups  and  individuals.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

The  Behavioral  Sciences:  Individuals,  Institutions,  and  Society:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  behavioral  sciences  by  exploring  concepts  from  the  discipline  of  sociology,  the  study  of  the  interactions  among  individuals,  groups,  and  institutions;  the  discipline  of  psychology,  the  study  of  factors  that  influence  individual  identity  and  learning;  and  the  discipline  of  anthropology,  the  study  of  cultures  in  various  times  and  settings.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.7.  Explain  the  reasons  why  individuals  respond  in  different  ways  to  a  particular  event  and  the  ways  in  which  interactions  among  individuals  influence  behavior.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Geography:  People,  Places  and  Environments:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  geography  through  the  study  of  the  relationships  among  people,  places,  and  environments.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.1.  

Use  a  variety  of  geographic  representations,  such  as  political,  physical,  and  topographic  maps,  a  globe,  aerial  photographs,  and  satellite  images,  to  gather  and  compare  information  about  a  place.  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

History:  Time,  Continuity,  and  Change:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  history  of  Wisconsin,  the  United  States,  and  the  world,  examining  change  and  continuity  over  time  in  order  to  develop  historical  perspective,  explain  historical  relationships,  and  analyze  issues  that  affect  the  present  and  the  future.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.2.  Employ  cause-­‐and-­‐effect  arguments  to  demonstrate  how  significant  events  have  influenced  the  past  and  the  present  in  United  States  and  world  history.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.4.  Explain  how  and  why  events  may  be  interpreted  differently  depending  upon  the  perspectives  of  participants,  witnesses,  reporters,  and  historians.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.7.  Identify  significant  events  and  people  in  the  major  eras  of  United  States  and  world  history.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.12.  Describe  how  history  can  be  organized  and  analyzed  using  various  criteria  to  group  people  and  events  chronologically,  geographically,  thematically,  topically,  and  by  issues.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

The  Behavioral  Sciences:  Individuals,  Institutions,  and  Society:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  behavioral  sciences  by  exploring  concepts  from  the  discipline  of  sociology,  the  study  of  the  interactions  among  individuals,  groups,  and  institutions;  the  discipline  of  psychology,  the  study  of  factors  that  influence  individual  identity  and  learning;  and  the  discipline  of  

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anthropology,  the  study  of  cultures  in  various  times  and  settings.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.4.  Describe  and  explain  the  means  by  which  individuals,  groups,  and  institutions  may  contribute  to  social  continuity  and  change  within  a  community.  

 

 Junior:  It’s  Your  World  Journey  -­‐  Skill  Building  Badges  Summary:  Juniors  can  earn  five  badges  connected  to  Agent  of  Change  National  Leadership  Journey.  The  badges  are:  Digital  Photographer,  Staying  Fit,  Musician,  Entertainment  Technology,  and  Scribe.    

 Wisconsin  Model  Academic  Standards  

Arts  Education  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Music:  Music  Performance:  Singing:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  sing,  alone  and  with  others,  a  varied  repertoire  of  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  independently,  on  pitch,  and  in  rhythm  with  appropriate  timbre,  diction,  and  posture,  and  maintain  a  steady  tempo  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.2.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  expressively  with  appropriate  dynamics,  phrasing,  and  interpretation  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.3.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  from  memory  a  varied  repertoire  of  songs  representing  genres  and  styles  from  diverse  cultures  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.4.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  ostinati,  partner  songs,  and  rounds  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.5.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  in  groups,  blending  vocal  timbres,  matching  dynamic  levels,  and  responding  to  the  cues  of  the  conductor  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.6.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  on  pitch  using  neutral  syllables,  note  names,  or  solfege  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.7.   Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  with  rhythmic  accuracy  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Music:  Music  Performance:  Instrumental:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  play,  alone  and  with  others,  a  varied  repertoire  of  music  on  instruments.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  play  on  pitch,  in  rhythm,  with  appropriate  dynamics  and  timbre,  and  maintain  a  steady  tempo  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.2.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  play  easy  rhythmic,  melodic,  and  chordal  patterns  accurately  and  independently  on  rhythmic,  melodic,  and  harmonic  classroom  instruments  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.3.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  play  expressively  a  varied  repertoire  of  music  representing  diverse  genres  and  styles  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.4.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  echo  short  rhythmic  and  melodic  patterns  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.5.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  play  in  groups,  blending  instrumental  timbres,  matching  dynamic  levels,  and  responding  to  the  cues  of  a  conductor  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.6.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  play  independent  instrumental  parts  while  other  students  sing  or  play  contrasting  parts  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.7.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  perform  on  at  least  one  instrument,  alone  and  in  small  groups  and  large  ensembles,  with  correct  posture  and  playing  position  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.8.  

Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  perform  a  repertoire  of  instrumental  literature  with  a  level  of  difficulty  of  one  on  a  scale  of  one  to  six,  using  dynamic  control  and  demonstrating  a  basic  understanding  of  key  and  time  signatures  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.9.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  perform  independently  against  contrasting  parts  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.10.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  demonstrate  basic  characteristic  tone  on  their  instrument  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Music:  Music  Creativity:  Improvisation:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  improvise  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.4.  

Students  in  general  music  classes  will  improvise  short  songs  and  instrumental  pieces,  using  a  variety  of  sound  sources,  including  traditional  sounds,  sounds  available  in  the  classroom,  body  sounds,  and  sounds  produced  by  electronic  means  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.5.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  echo  simple  rhythmic  and  melodic  patterns  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.6.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  play  and  embellish  simple  melodies  by  ear  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Music:  Music  Creativity:  Composition:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  compose  and  arrange  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  create  and  arrange  music  to  accompany  readings  and  dramatizations  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.2.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  create  and  arrange  short  songs  and  instrumental  pieces  within  specified  guidelines  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.4.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  explore,  in  large  group  settings,  compositional  devices  using  sound  effects  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.5.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  compose  simple  melodies  for  their  own  instrument  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  Music:  Music  Literacy:  Reading  and  Notating:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  notate  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  read  whole,  half,  quarter,  eighth,  and  dotted  notes  and  rests  in  2/4,  3/4,  and  4/4  meter  signatures  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.5.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  invent  a  system  of  nontraditional  music  notation  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.6.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  read  whole,  half,  quarter,  and  eighth  notes  in  2/4,  3/4,  4/4  meter  signatures  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.7.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  recognize  standard  musical  symbols  of  pitch,  rhythm,  dynamics,  and  articulation  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  Music:  Music  Response:  Analysis:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  analyze  and  describe  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.4.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  use  appropriate  terminology  in  explaining  music,  music  notation,  music  instruments  and  voices,  and  music  performances  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.7.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  identify  sounds  of  various  band  and  orchestra  instruments  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.8.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  identify  simple  musical  devices,  such  as  form,  contrast,  and  texture  

DOMAIN   WI.G.  Music:  Music  Response:  Evaluation:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  evaluate  music  and  music  performances.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.2.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  explain,  using  appropriate  music  terminology,  personal  preferences  for  specific  musical  works  and  styles  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.3.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  evaluate  the  quality  of  their  own  and  others'  performances  and  offer  constructive  suggestions  for  improvement  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.4.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  evaluate  the  quality  of  their  own  performance  and  the  performance  of  others  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.5.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  contribute  constructive  suggestions  for  improvement  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Music:  Music  Connections:  The  Arts:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  relate  music  to  the  other  arts  and  disciplines  outside  the  arts.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  identify  similarities  and  differences  in  the  meanings  of  common  terms  used  in  the  various  arts  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.3.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  identify  terms  common  in  the  arts,  such  as  texture,  color,  form,  and  movement  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.4.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  recognize  the  relationship  of  music  to  principles  in  other  disciplines  

DOMAIN   WI.I.  Music:  Music  Connections:  History  and  Culture:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  relate  music  to  history  and  culture.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.4.5.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  identify  and  describe  roles  of  musicians  in  various  music  settings  and  world  cultures  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.4.6.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  perform  a  varied  repertoire  of  music  from  other  cultures  

     

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Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Music:  Music  Performance:  Singing:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  sing,  alone  and  with  others,  a  varied  repertoire  of  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  accurately  and  with  good  breath  control  throughout  their  singing  ranges,  alone  and  in  small  and  large  ensembles  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.2.  

Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  expressively  and  with  technical  accuracy  a  repertoire  of  vocal  literature  with  a  level  of  difficulty  of  two  on  a  scale  of  one  to  six,  including  some  songs  performed  from  memory  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.3.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  music  representing  diverse  genres  and  cultures,  with  expression  appropriate  for  the  work  being  performed  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.4.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sing  music  written  in  two  and  three  parts  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  sing  accurately  and  with  good  breath  control  throughout  their  singing  ranges,  alone  and  in  small  and  large  ensembles  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.6.  

Students  in  choral  classes  will  sing  expressively  and  with  technical  accuracy  a  varied  repertoire  of  vocal  literature,  with  a  level  of  difficulty  of  three  on  a  scale  of  one  to  six,  including  some  songs  performed  from  memory  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.7.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  sing  music  written  in  two,  three,  and  four  parts  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.8.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  sing  music  representing  diverse  genres  and  cultures,  with  expression  appropriate  for  the  music  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.9.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  accurately  and  with  good  breath  control,  alone  and/or  in  small  and  large  ensembles  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.10.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  with  expression  and  technical  accuracy  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.11.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sing  music  written  in  two  and  three  parts  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Music:  Music  Performance:  Instrumental:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  play,  alone  and  with  others,  a  varied  repertoire  of  music  on  instruments.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.1.  

Students  in  general  music  classes  will  perform  on  at  least  one  classroom  instrument  accurately  and  independently,  alone  and  in  small  and  large  ensembles,  and  with  good  posture,  good  playing  position,  and  good  breath,  bow,  or  stick  control  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.2.  

Students  in  general  music  classes  will  perform,  with  expression  and  technical  accuracy  on  at  least  one  classroom  instrument,  a  repertoire  of  instrumental  literature  with  a  level  of  difficulty  of  two  on  a  scale  of  one  to  six  

     

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.4.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  play  by  ear  simple  melodies  on  a  melodic  instrument  and  simple  accompaniments  on  a  harmonic  instrument  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  play  accurately  and  independently  on  a  classroom  instrument,  alone  and  in  small  and  large  ensembles  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.6.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  play  music  representing  diverse  genres  and  cultures,  with  expression  appropriate  for  the  music  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.7.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  play  simple  melodies  and  accompaniments  on  an  instrument  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.8.  

Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  perform  on  at  least  one  instrument  accurately  and  independently,  alone  and  in  small  and  large  ensembles,  and  with  good  posture,  good  playing  position,  and  good  breath,  bow,  or  stick  control  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.9.  

Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  perform,  with  expression  and  technical  accuracy  on  a  band  or  orchestral  instrument,  a  repertoire  of  instrumental  literature  with  a  level  of  difficulty  of  three  on  a  scale  of  one  to  six  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.10.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  perform  music  representing  diverse  genres  and  cultures,  with  appropriate  expression  and  style  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.11.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  play  by  ear  simple  melodies  on  a  band  or  orchestral  instrument  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Music:  Music  Creativity:  Improvisation:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  improvise  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.4.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  improvise  simple  harmonic  accompaniments  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  improvise  simple  rhythmic  variations  and  simple  melodic  embellishments  on  given  pentatonic  melodies  and  melodies  in  major  keys  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.6.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  improvise  short  melodies,  unaccompanied  and  over  given  rhythmic  accompaniments,  each  in  a  consistent  style,  meter,  and  tonality  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.7.  

Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  improvise  melodic  embellishments  and  simple  rhythmic  and  melodic  variations  on  given  pentatonic  melodies,  blues  melodies,  and  melodies  in  major  and/or  minor  keys  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.8.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  improvise  short  melodies,  unaccompanied  and  over  given  rhythmic  accompaniments,  each  in  a  consistent  style,  meter,  and  tonality  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Music:  Music  Creativity:  Composition:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  compose  and  arrange  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.2.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  arrange  simple  pieces  for  voices  or  instruments  other  than  those  for  which  the  pieces  were  written  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.3.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  use  a  variety  of  traditional  and  nontraditional  sound  sources  and  electronic  media  when  composing  and  arranging  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.4.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  compose  short  pieces  within  specified  guidelines,  demonstrating  the  use  of  the  elements  of  music  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  arrange  simple  pieces  for  voices  and  instruments  other  than  those  for  which  the  pieces  were  written  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.7.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  use  a  variety  of  sound  sources  and  electronic  media  when  composing  and  arranging  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.8.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  compose  short  pieces  within  specific  guidelines,  demonstrating  use  of  the  elements  of  music  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.9.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  arrange  simple  pieces  for  two  or  more  instruments  from  a  concert  key,  demonstrating  spacing  of  voices  and  balance  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.10.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  use  a  variety  of  traditional  and  nontraditional  sound  sources  and  electronic  media  when  composing  and  arranging  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  Music:  Music  Literacy:  Reading  and  Notating:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  notate  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  read  whole,  half,  quarter,  eighth,  sixteenth,  and  dotted  notes  and  rests  in  2/4,  3/4,  4/4,  6/8,  3/8,  and  alla  breve  (2/2)  meter  signatures  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.2.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  sight-­‐read  simple  melodies  in  both  the  treble  and  bass  clefs  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  read  notation  sufficiently  to  perform  simple  melodies  or  rhythms  accurately  after  practice  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.6.  

Students  in  choral  classes  will  use  a  system  (syllables,  numbers,  or  letters)  to  sight-­‐read  simple  melodies  in  both  the  treble  and  bass  clefs,  accurately  and  expressively,  with  a  level  of  difficulty  of  two  on  a  scale  of  one  to  six  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.7.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  identify  and  define  standard  notation  symbols  for  pitch,  rhythm,  dynamics,  tempo,  articulation,  and  expression  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.8.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  use  standard  notation  to  record  musical  ideas  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.9.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  read  whole,  half,  quarter,  eighth,  sixteenth,  and  dotted  notes  and  rests  in  2/4,  3/4,  4/4,  3/8,  and  alla  breve  (2/2)  meter  signatures  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.10.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sight-­‐read  simple  melodies  in  the  treble  and/or  bass  clefs  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.11.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  identify  and  define  standard  notation  symbols  for  pitch,  rhythm,  dynamic,  tempo,  articulation,  

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and  expression  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.12.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  use  standard  notation  to  record  their  musical  ideas  and  the  musical  ideas  of  others  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.13.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  sight-­‐read,  accurately  and  expressively,  music  with  a  level  of  difficulty  of  two  on  a  scale  of  one  to  six  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  Music:  Music  Response:  Analysis:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  analyze  and  describe  music.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.1.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  describe  specific  musical  events  upon  listening  to  a  given  example,  using  appropriate  terminology  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.4.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  identify  and  discuss  commonly  used  musical  forms  (such  as  AB  [binary]  and  ABA  [ternary],  rondo,  theme  and  variations,  and  fugue)  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  listen  to  and  describe  specific  music  events  in  a  given  example,  using  appropriate  terminology  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.6.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  analyze  the  uses  of  elements  of  music  upon  listening  to  given  examples  representing  diverse  genres  and  cultures  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.7.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  identify  and  describe  stylistic  elements  heard  in  folk,  popular,  and  nonwestern  music  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.8.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  listen  to  and  describe  specific  music  events  in  a  given  example,  using  appropriate  terminology  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.9.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  listen  to  and  analyze  the  uses  of  the  elements  of  music  in  examples  representing  diverse  genres  and  cultures  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.10.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  demonstrate  knowledge  of  the  basic  principles  of  meter,  rhythm,  tonality,  intervals,  chords,  and  harmonic  progressions  in  their  analyses  of  music  

DOMAIN   WI.G.  Music:  Music  Response:  Evaluation:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  evaluate  music  and  music  performances.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.4.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  evaluate  the  quality  and  effectiveness  of  their  own  and  others'  performances  and  offer  constructive  suggestions  for  improvement  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.5.  

Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  develop  criteria  for  evaluating  the  quality  and  effectiveness  of  music  performances  and  compositions  and  apply  the  criteria  in  their  listening,  composing,  and  performing  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.6.  

Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  evaluate  the  quality  and  effectiveness  of  their  own  and  others'  performances,  compositions,  arrangements,  and  improvisations  by  applying  specific  criteria  appropriate  for  the  style  of  the  music  and  offer  constructive  suggestions  for  improvement  

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DOMAIN   WI.H.  Music:  Music  Connections:  The  Arts:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  relate  music  to  the  other  arts  and  disciplines  outside  the  arts.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.2.  Students  in  general  music  classes  will  compare  the  terminology  and  contrasting  definitions  used  for  various  artistic  elements  in  each  of  two  or  more  arts  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.4.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  compare  how  the  characteristic  materials  of  two  or  more  arts  can  be  used  to  transform  similar  events,  scenes,  emotions,  or  ideas  into  works  of  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  describe  ways  in  which  the  principles  and  subject  matter  of  other  school  disciplines  interrelate  with  those  of  music  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.6.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  compare  the  terminology  and  contrasting  definitions  of  various  elements  in  each  of  two  or  more  arts  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.7.  

Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  compare  how  the  characteristic  media  of  two  or  more  arts  can  be  used  to  transform  similar  events,  scenes,  emotions,  or  ideas  into  works  of  art  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.8.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  compare  the  terminology  and  contrasting  definitions  of  various  elements  in  each  of  two  or  more  arts  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.9.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  describe  ways  in  which  the  principles  and  subject  matter  of  other  school  disciplines  interrelate  with  those  of  music  

DOMAIN   WI.I.  Music:  Music  Connections:  History  and  Culture:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  relate  music  to  history  and  culture.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.3.  

Students  in  general  music  classes  will  compare,  in  several  cultures  of  the  world  including  their  own,  functions  music  serves,  roles  of  musicians,  and  conditions  under  which  music  is  typically  created  and  performed  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.4.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  describe  distinguishing  characteristics  of  representative  music  genres  and  styles  from  a  variety  of  cultures  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.5.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  compare  and  classify  exemplary  musical  works  by  genre,  style,  historical  period,  composer,  and  title  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.6.  Students  in  choral  classes  will  compare,  in  several  cultures  of  the  world,  the  functions  music  serves,  roles  of  musicians,  and  conditions  under  which  music  is  typically  created  and  performed  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.7.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  describe  distinguishing  characteristics  of  representative  music  genres  and  styles  from  a  variety  of  cultures  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.8.  Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  classify  by  genre  and  style  (and,  if  applicable,  by  historical  period,  composer,  and  title)  a  varied  body  of  high-­‐quality  and  characteristic  musical  works  and  

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explain  the  characteristics  that  cause  each  work  to  be  exemplary  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

I.8.9.  

Students  in  instrumental  classes  will  compare,  in  several  cultures  of  the  world  including  their  own,  functions  music  serves,  roles  of  musicians,  and  conditions  under  which  music  is  typically  created  and  performed  

     

Health  and  PE  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Students  will  comprehend  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Develop  a  cognitive  understanding  of  health  promotion  concepts  to  improve  health  behaviors  and  prevent  disease.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.A.  Understand  basic  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A1.  

Describe  ways  to  prevent  common  childhood  accidents,  injuries,  and  communicable  and  chronic  diseases.  These  may  include  but  are  not  limited  to:  refraining  from  alcohol,  tobacco,  and  other  drug  use;  engaging  in  physical  activity;  demonstrating  healthy  eating;  sexual  behaviors;  applying  social  behaviors  to  prevent  or  reduce  violence;  safety  and  related  behaviors.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A2.  Describe  the  relationships  among  environment,  healthy  behaviors,  and  personal  health.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A3.   Explain  ways  to  prevent  the  spread  of  communicable  diseases.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Students  will  comprehend  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Develop  a  cognitive  understanding  of  health  promotion  concepts  to  improve  health  behaviors  and  prevent  disease.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.B.   Apply  health  knowledge  to  health-­‐related  situations.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:B1.   Describe  when  it  is  important  to  seek  health  care.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

2.2.  Students  will  analyze  the  influence  of  family,  peers,  culture,  media,  technology,  and  other  factors  on  health  behaviors.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /    

Learning  Priority:  Identify  how  influences  can  impact  health  behaviors.  

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LEARNING  PRIORITY  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

2.2.A.   Identify  influences.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

2:2:A1.  Describe  external  factors,  including  family,  peers,  culture,  media,  technology,  school  environments,  and  physical  environments  which  can  influence  health  behaviors.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  access  valid  information  and  products  and  services  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  valid  information  to  enhance  health  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.A.   List  sources  of  valid  health  information.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3:2:A2.   Discuss  ways  to  locate  valid  health  information.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  access  valid  information  and  products  and  services  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  valid  information  to  enhance  health  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.B.   Identify  valid  health  information  to  promote  health.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3:2:B1.   Identify  various  valid  sources  of  health  information.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

5.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  decision-­‐making  skills  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  a  decision-­‐making  process  to  evaluate  health  options.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

5.2.A.  Continue  to  identify  health-­‐related  situations  that  require  a  decision.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:A1.   Identify  situations  that  require  a  thoughtful  decision.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:A2.   List  healthy  options  to  health-­‐related  issues  or  problems.  

LEARNING   5:2:A3.   Choose  the  healthiest  option  when  making  a  decision.  

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CONTINUUM  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

5.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  decision-­‐making  skills  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  a  decision-­‐making  process  to  evaluate  health  options.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

5.2.B.  Examine  and  apply  how  a  decision-­‐making  process  can  enhance  health  status.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:B2.  Examine  the  potential  outcomes  of  each  option  when  making  a  health-­‐related  decision.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

6.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  goal-­‐setting  skills  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  goal-­‐setting  skills  to  improving  health.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

6.2.B.  Practice  appropriate  goal-­‐setting  skills  to  achieve  a  personal  health  goal.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

6:2:B1.   Choose  a  personal  health  goal.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

6:2:B2.   Identify  the  steps  needed  to  achieve  that  goal.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

6:2:B3.   Track  progress  towards  goal  achievement.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

7.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  practice  health-­‐enhancing  behaviors  and  avoid  or  reduce  health  risks.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Demonstrate  health-­‐enhancing  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

7.2.B.   Demonstrate  health-­‐enhancing  practices.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

7:2:B1.  

Demonstrate  healthy  behaviors  that  will  maintain  or  improve  the  health  of  self  and  others.  These  may  include  but  are  not  limited  to:  refraining  from  alcohol,  tobacco,  and  other  drug  use;  engaging  in  physical  activity;  demonstrating  healthy  eating;  applying  social  behaviors  to  prevent  or  reduce  violence;  safety  and  related  behaviors.  

LEARNING   7:2:B2.   Demonstrate  behaviors  that  reduce  health  risks.  

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CONTINUUM  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Demonstrates  competency  in  motor  skills  and  movement  patterns  needed  to  perform  a  variety  of  physical  activities.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Refines,  combines,  and  varies  motor  skills.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.A.   Refines  skill  development.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1.2.A2.   Throws  overhand  with  mature  form.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1.2.A3.   Catches  a  fly  ball  using  mature  form.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1.2.A5.  Balances  while  moving  in  control  through  locomotor  and  non-­‐locomotor  skills.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1.2.A6.   Balances  with  control  on  a  variety  of  objects.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Demonstrates  competency  in  motor  skills  and  movement  patterns  needed  to  perform  a  variety  of  physical  activities.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Refines,  combines,  and  varies  motor  skills.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.B.   Refines  skill  application.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1.2.B1.  Performs  a  combination  of  movement,  sport,  or  leisure  skills.  Examples  include:  dribble,  pass,  receive,  shoot;  juggling;  rhythm  patterns;  jump  rope  front  cross  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1.2.B3.   Throws  a  ball  overhand  and  hits  a  moving  target.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

2.2.  Demonstrates  understanding  of  movement  concepts,  principles,  strategies,  and  tactics  as  they  apply  to  the  learning  and  performance  of  physical  activities.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Develops  the  ability  to  transfer  complex  motor  skills  they  have  learned  into  new  skills/games.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

2.2.B.   Utilizes  skill  application.  

LEARNING   2.2.B4.   Explains  how  appropriate  practice  improves  performance.  

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CONTINUUM  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.   Participates  regularly  in  physical  activity.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Regularly  participates  in  activities  that  provide  enjoyment  and  health  benefits.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.A.   Chooses  to  be  physically  active.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.A1.  Identifies  physical  and  psychological  benefits  that  result  from  long-­‐term  participation  in  physical  education.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.A2.  Chooses  to  participate  in  moderate  to  vigorous  physical  activity  outside  of  physical  education  class  on  a  regular  basis.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.A3.   Chooses  to  participate  in  structured  and  purposeful  activity.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.A4.  Monitors  his  or  her  physical  activity  by  using  a  pedometer  to  count  the  number  of  steps  taken  or  the  distance  traveled.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.A5.  Maintains  a  physical  activity  log  (e.g.,  ActivityGram)  or  calendar  by  participating  in  a  school/community-­‐based  fitness  program.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.   Participates  regularly  in  physical  activity.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Regularly  participates  in  activities  that  provide  enjoyment  and  health  benefits.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.B.   Sets  goals  for  a  physically  active  lifestyle.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.B1.  Identifies  one  personal  movement  goal  for  use  outside  of  physical  education  class.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.B2.   Identifies  two  personal  fitness  goals  to  improve  personal  fitness.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

4.2.  Achieves  and  maintains  a  health  enhancing  level  of  physical  fitness.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Develops  healthy  habits  that  address  the  various  components  of  physical  fitness.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

4.2.A.   Understands  health  benefits  of  being  physically  active.  

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LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4.2.A1.  Participates  in  selected  activities  that  develop  and  maintain  each  component  of  physical  fitness.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4.2.A2.  Recognizes  that  physiological  responses  to  exercise  are  associated  with  their  own  levels  of  fitness.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4.2.A4.  

Describes  the  five  health-­‐related  fitness  components  (cardiovascular  fitness,  muscle  strength,  muscle  endurance,  flexibility,  body  composition),  what  they  measure,  and  at  least  one  benefit  of  each.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

4.2.  Achieves  and  maintains  a  health  enhancing  level  of  physical  fitness.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Develops  healthy  habits  that  address  the  various  components  of  physical  fitness.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

4.2.B.   Manages  healthy  physical  activity.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4.2.B3.  Identifies  his  or  her  strengths  and  weaknesses  based  upon  the  results  of  physical  fitness  testing  and  sets  goals  to  show  improvement  in  at  least  two  fitness  tests.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

6.2.  Values  physical  activity  for  health,  enjoyment,  challenge,  self-­‐expression,  and/or  social  interaction.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Demonstrates  an  awareness  of  the  intrinsic  values  and  benefits  of  participation  in  physical  activity  that  provides  personal  meaning.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

6.2.A.   Applies  intrinsic  values  to  physical  activity.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

6.2.A5.  Explains  that  skill  competency  leads  to  enjoyment  of  movement  and  physical  activity.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Students  will  comprehend  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Develop  a  cognitive  understanding  of  health  promotion  concepts  to  improve  health  behaviors  and  prevent  disease.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.A.  Understand  basic  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A1.  Describe  ways  to  prevent  common  childhood  accidents,  injuries,  and  communicable  and  chronic  diseases.  These  may  include  but  

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are  not  limited  to:  refraining  from  alcohol,  tobacco,  and  other  drug  use;  engaging  in  physical  activity;  demonstrating  healthy  eating;  sexual  behaviors;  applying  social  behaviors  to  prevent  or  reduce  violence;  safety  and  related  behaviors.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A2.  Describe  the  relationships  among  environment,  healthy  behaviors,  and  personal  health.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:A3.   Explain  ways  to  prevent  the  spread  of  communicable  diseases.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Students  will  comprehend  concepts  related  to  health  promotion  and  disease  prevention  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Develop  a  cognitive  understanding  of  health  promotion  concepts  to  improve  health  behaviors  and  prevent  disease.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.B.   Apply  health  knowledge  to  health-­‐related  situations.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1:2:B1.   Describe  when  it  is  important  to  seek  health  care.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

2.2.  Students  will  analyze  the  influence  of  family,  peers,  culture,  media,  technology,  and  other  factors  on  health  behaviors.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Identify  how  influences  can  impact  health  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

2.2.A.   Identify  influences.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

2:2:A1.  Describe  external  factors,  including  family,  peers,  culture,  media,  technology,  school  environments,  and  physical  environments  which  can  influence  health  behaviors.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  access  valid  information  and  products  and  services  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  valid  information  to  enhance  health  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.A.   List  sources  of  valid  health  information.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3:2:A2.   Discuss  ways  to  locate  valid  health  information.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  access  valid  information  and  products  and  services  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  valid  information  to  enhance  health  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.B.   Identify  valid  health  information  to  promote  health.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3:2:B1.   Identify  various  valid  sources  of  health  information.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

5.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  decision-­‐making  skills  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  a  decision-­‐making  process  to  evaluate  health  options.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

5.2.A.  Continue  to  identify  health-­‐related  situations  that  require  a  decision.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:A1.   Identify  situations  that  require  a  thoughtful  decision.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:A2.   List  healthy  options  to  health-­‐related  issues  or  problems.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:A3.   Choose  the  healthiest  option  when  making  a  decision.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

5.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  decision-­‐making  skills  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  a  decision-­‐making  process  to  evaluate  health  options.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

5.2.B.  Examine  and  apply  how  a  decision-­‐making  process  can  enhance  health  status.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

5:2:B2.  Examine  the  potential  outcomes  of  each  option  when  making  a  health-­‐related  decision.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

6.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  goal-­‐setting  skills  to  enhance  health.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Apply  goal-­‐setting  skills  to  improving  health.  

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DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

6.2.B.  Practice  appropriate  goal-­‐setting  skills  to  achieve  a  personal  health  goal.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

6:2:B1.   Choose  a  personal  health  goal.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

6:2:B2.   Identify  the  steps  needed  to  achieve  that  goal.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

6:2:B3.   Track  progress  towards  goal  achievement.  

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

7.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  practice  health-­‐enhancing  behaviors  and  avoid  or  reduce  health  risks.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Demonstrate  health-­‐enhancing  behaviors.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

7.2.B.   Demonstrate  health-­‐enhancing  practices.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

7:2:B1.  

Demonstrate  healthy  behaviors  that  will  maintain  or  improve  the  health  of  self  and  others.  These  may  include  but  are  not  limited  to:  refraining  from  alcohol,  tobacco,  and  other  drug  use;  engaging  in  physical  activity;  demonstrating  healthy  eating;  applying  social  behaviors  to  prevent  or  reduce  violence;  safety  and  related  behaviors.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

7:2:B2.   Demonstrate  behaviors  that  reduce  health  risks.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Demonstrates  competency  in  motor  skills  and  movement  patterns  needed  to  perform  a  variety  of  physical  activities.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Refines,  combines,  and  varies  motor  skills.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.A.   Refines  skill  development.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1.2.A2.   Throws  overhand  with  mature  form.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1.2.A3.   Catches  a  fly  ball  using  mature  form.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1.2.A5.  Balances  while  moving  in  control  through  locomotor  and  non-­‐locomotor  skills.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1.2.A6.   Balances  with  control  on  a  variety  of  objects.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

1.2.  Demonstrates  competency  in  motor  skills  and  movement  patterns  needed  to  perform  a  variety  of  physical  activities.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Refines,  combines,  and  varies  motor  skills.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

1.2.B.   Refines  skill  application.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1.2.B1.  Performs  a  combination  of  movement,  sport,  or  leisure  skills.  Examples  include:  dribble,  pass,  receive,  shoot;  juggling;  rhythm  patterns;  jump  rope  front  cross  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

1.2.B3.   Throws  a  ball  overhand  and  hits  a  moving  target.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

2.2.  Demonstrates  understanding  of  movement  concepts,  principles,  strategies,  and  tactics  as  they  apply  to  the  learning  and  performance  of  physical  activities.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Develops  the  ability  to  transfer  complex  motor  skills  they  have  learned  into  new  skills/games.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

2.2.B.   Utilizes  skill  application.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

2.2.B4.   Explains  how  appropriate  practice  improves  performance.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.   Participates  regularly  in  physical  activity.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Regularly  participates  in  activities  that  provide  enjoyment  and  health  benefits.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.A.   Chooses  to  be  physically  active.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.A1.  Identifies  physical  and  psychological  benefits  that  result  from  long-­‐term  participation  in  physical  education.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.A2.  Chooses  to  participate  in  moderate  to  vigorous  physical  activity  outside  of  physical  education  class  on  a  regular  basis.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.A3.   Chooses  to  participate  in  structured  and  purposeful  activity.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.A4.  Monitors  his  or  her  physical  activity  by  using  a  pedometer  to  count  the  number  of  steps  taken  or  the  distance  traveled.  

LEARNING   3.2.A5.   Maintains  a  physical  activity  log  (e.g.,  ActivityGram)  or  calendar  

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CONTINUUM   by  participating  in  a  school/community-­‐based  fitness  program.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

3.2.   Participates  regularly  in  physical  activity.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Regularly  participates  in  activities  that  provide  enjoyment  and  health  benefits.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

3.2.B.   Sets  goals  for  a  physically  active  lifestyle.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.B1.  Identifies  one  personal  movement  goal  for  use  outside  of  physical  education  class.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

3.2.B2.   Identifies  two  personal  fitness  goals  to  improve  personal  fitness.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

4.2.  Achieves  and  maintains  a  health  enhancing  level  of  physical  fitness.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Develops  healthy  habits  that  address  the  various  components  of  physical  fitness.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

4.2.A.   Understands  health  benefits  of  being  physically  active.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4.2.A1.  Participates  in  selected  activities  that  develop  and  maintain  each  component  of  physical  fitness.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4.2.A2.  Recognizes  that  physiological  responses  to  exercise  are  associated  with  their  own  levels  of  fitness.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4.2.A4.  

Describes  the  five  health-­‐related  fitness  components  (cardiovascular  fitness,  muscle  strength,  muscle  endurance,  flexibility,  body  composition),  what  they  measure,  and  at  least  one  benefit  of  each.  

DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

4.2.  Achieves  and  maintains  a  health  enhancing  level  of  physical  fitness.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Develops  healthy  habits  that  address  the  various  components  of  physical  fitness.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

4.2.B.   Manages  healthy  physical  activity.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4.2.B3.  Identifies  his  or  her  strengths  and  weaknesses  based  upon  the  results  of  physical  fitness  testing  and  sets  goals  to  show  improvement  in  at  least  two  fitness  tests.  

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DOMAIN   WI.PE.   PHYSICAL  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

6.2.  Values  physical  activity  for  health,  enjoyment,  challenge,  self-­‐expression,  and/or  social  interaction.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 

Learning  Priority:  Demonstrates  an  awareness  of  the  intrinsic  values  and  benefits  of  participation  in  physical  activity  that  provides  personal  meaning.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

6.2.A.   Applies  intrinsic  values  to  physical  activity.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

6.2.A5.  Explains  that  skill  competency  leads  to  enjoyment  of  movement  and  physical  activity.  

     

Language  Arts  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.1.  Use  effective  reading  strategies  to  achieve  their  purposes  in  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.1.  Use  a  variety  of  strategies  and  word  recognition  skills,  including  rereading,  finding  context  clues,  applying  their  knowledge  of  letter-­‐sound  relationships,  and  analyzing  word  structures.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.2.  Infer  the  meaning  of  unfamiliar  words  in  the  context  of  a  passage  by  examining  known  words,  phrases  and  structures.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.4.  

Comprehend  reading  by  using  strategies  such  as  activating  prior  knowledge,  establishing  purpose,  self-­‐correcting  and  self-­‐monitoring,  rereading,  making  predictions,  finding  context  clues,  developing  visual  images,  applying  knowledge  of  text  structures,  and  adjusting  reading  rate  according  to  purpose  and  difficulty.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.6.  Discern  how  written  texts  and  accompanying  illustrations  connect  to  convey  meaning.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.8.  Identify  a  purpose  for  reading,  such  as  gaining  information,  learning  about  a  viewpoint,  and  appreciating  literature.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT   A.4.2.   Read,  interpret,  and  critically  analyze  literature.  

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STANDARD  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.1.  Recognize  and  recall  elements  and  details  of  story  structure,  such  as  sequence  of  events,  character,  plot,  and  setting,  in  order  to  reflect  on  meaning.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.3.  

Draw  upon  a  reservoir  of  reading  materials,  including  fairy  tales,  fables,  and  narratives  from  the  United  States  and  cultures  worldwide,  to  understand  plots,  make  predictions,  and  relate  reading  to  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.5.  Extend  the  literal  meaning  of  a  text  by  making  inferences,  and  evaluate  the  significance  and  validity  of  texts  in  light  of  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.3.  Read  and  discuss  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  in  order  to  understand  human  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.1.  Demonstrate  the  ability  to  integrate  general  knowledge  about  the  world  and  familiarity  with  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  when  reflecting  upon  life's  experiences.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.4.  Select  a  variety  of  materials  to  read  for  discovery,  appreciation,  and  enjoyment,  summarize  the  readings,  and  connect  them  to  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.4.   Read  to  acquire  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.4.2.  Identify  a  topic  of  interest  then  seek  information  by  investigating  available  text  resources.  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Writing:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  write  clearly  and  effectively  to  share  information  and  knowledge,  to  influence  and  persuade,  to  create  and  entertain.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.1.  Create  or  produce  writing  to  communicate  with  different  audiences  for  a  variety  of  purposes.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.3.  Write  creative  pieces  (poetry,  fiction,  and  plays)  employing  basic  aesthetic  principles  appropriate  to  each  genre.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.   Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  

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and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.1.  Orally  communicate  information,  opinions,  and  ideas  effectively  to  different  audiences  for  a  variety  of  purposes.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.7.  Distinguish  between  fact  and  opinion  and  provide  evidence  to  support  opinions.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.2.   Listen  to  and  comprehend  oral  communications.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.4.  Follow  sequence  in  plot  and  character  development,  predict  outcomes,  and  draw  conclusions.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.5.  Recall  the  content  of  stories  after  hearing  them,  relate  the  content  to  prior  knowledge,  and  answer  various  types  of  factual  and  interpretive  questions  about  the  stories.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.3.   Participate  effectively  in  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.1.  Volunteer  relevant  information,  ask  relevant  questions,  and  answer  questions  directly.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.3.   Use  appropriate  strategies  to  keep  a  discussion  going.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.4.  Reflect  on  the  ideas  and  opinions  of  others  and  respond  thoughtfully.  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  apply  their  knowledge  of  the  nature,  grammar,  and  variations  of  American  English.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.2.  Recognize  and  interpret  various  uses  and  adaptations  of  language  in  social,  cultural,  regional,  and  professional  situations,  and  learn  to  be  flexible  and  responsive  in  their  use  of  English.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.1.  Identify  various  styles  and  purposes  of  oral  and  written  language  and  learn  to  communicate  effectively  in  commonly  occurring  situations.  

PERFORMANCE   4.2.2.   Describe  and  give  examples  of  variations  in  American  English  that  

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STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

appear  in  different  social,  cultural,  regional,  and  professional  environments.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

Media  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  media  and  technology  critically  and  creatively  to  obtain,  organize,  prepare  and  share  information;  to  influence  and  persuade;  and  to  entertain  and  be  entertained.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.1.  Use  computers  to  acquire,  organize,  analyze,  and  communicate  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.4.  Access  information  using  electronic  reference  resources,  such  as  library  catalog,  encyclopedias,  almanacs,  and  indexes.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

Media  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  media  and  technology  critically  and  creatively  to  obtain,  organize,  prepare  and  share  information;  to  influence  and  persuade;  and  to  entertain  and  be  entertained.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.3.   Create  products  appropriate  to  audience  and  purpose.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.1.   Write  news  articles  appropriate  for  familiar  media.  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  Research  and  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  locate,  use,  and  communicate  information  from  a  variety  of  print  and  nonprint  materials.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.1.  Conduct  research  and  inquiry  on  self-­‐selected  or  assigned  topics,  issues,  or  problems  and  use  an  appropriate  form  to  communicate  their  findings.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.1.  Propose  research  by  formulating  initial  questions,  narrowing  the  focus  of  a  topic,  identifying  prior  knowledge,  and  developing  a  basic  plan  for  gathering  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.2.  Conduct  research  by  identifying,  locating,  exploring,  and  effectively  using  multiple  sources  of  information  appropriate  to  the  inquiry,  including  print,  nonprint,  and  electronic  sources.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.1.  Use  effective  reading  strategies  to  achieve  their  purposes  in  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  

8.1.3.  Establish  purposeful  reading  and  writing  habits  by  using  texts  to  find  information,  gain  understanding  of  diverse  viewpoints,  make  

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LEARNING  PRIORITY  

decisions,  and  enjoy  the  experience  of  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.4.  Select,  summarize,  paraphrase,  analyze,  and  evaluate,  orally  and  in  writing,  passages  of  texts  chosen  for  specific  purposes.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.2.   Read,  interpret,  and  critically  analyze  literature.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.1.  Identify  the  defining  features  and  structure  of  literary  texts,  such  as  conflict,  representation  of  character,  and  point  of  view.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.2.  Analyze  the  effect  of  characters,  plot,  setting,  language,  topic,  style,  purpose,  and  point  of  view  on  the  overall  impact  of  literature.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.3.  Read  and  discuss  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  in  order  to  understand  human  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.2.  Identify  common  historical,  social,  and  cultural  themes  and  issues  in  literary  works  and  selected  passages.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.3.  Draw  on  a  broad  base  of  knowledge  about  the  themes,  ideas,  and  insights  found  in  classical  literature  while  reading,  interpreting,  and  reflecting  on  contemporary  texts.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.4.  Evaluate  the  themes  and  main  ideas  of  a  work  considering  its  audience  and  purpose.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.4.   Read  to  acquire  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.4.1.  Interpret  and  use  technical  resources  such  as  charts,  tables,  travel  schedules,  timelines,  and  manuals.  

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PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.4.4.  Distinguish  between  the  facts  found  in  documents,  narratives,  charts,  maps,  tables  and  other  sources  and  the  generalizations  and  interpretations  that  are  drawn  from  them.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.1.  Orally  communicate  information,  opinions,  and  ideas  effectively  to  different  audiences  for  a  variety  of  purposes.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.4.   Prepare  and  conduct  interviews.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.7.  Observe  the  appropriate  etiquette  when  expressing  thanks  and  receiving  praise.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.2.   Listen  to  and  comprehend  oral  communications.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.5.  

Evaluate  the  reliability  of  information  in  a  communication,  using  criteria  based  on  prior  knowledge  of  the  speaker,  the  topic,  and  the  context  and  on  analysis  of  logic,  evidence,  propaganda  devices,  and  language.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.3.   Participate  effectively  in  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.1.  Participate  in  discussion  by  listening  attentively,  demonstrating  respect  for  the  opinions  of  others,  and  responding  responsibly  and  courteously  to  the  remarks  of  others.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.2.  Explain  and  advance  opinions  by  citing  evidence  and  referring  to  sources.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.4.  Invite  ideas  and  opinions  of  others  into  the  discussion,  responding  clearly  and  tactfully  to  questions  and  comments.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.6.  Establish  and  maintain  an  open  mind  when  listening  to  others'  ideas  and  opinions.  

PERFORMANCE   8.3.7.   Summarize  the  main  points  of  a  discussion,  orally  and  in  writing,  

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STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

specifying  areas  of  agreement  and  disagreement  and  paraphrasing  contributions.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.8.  Display  and  maintain  facial  expressions,  body  language,  and  other  response  cues  that  indicate  respect  for  the  speaker  and  attention  to  the  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.9.   Attend  to  the  content  of  discussion  rather  than  the  speaker.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.10.   Participate  in  discussion  without  dominating.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.11.   Distinguish  between  supported  and  unsupported  statements.  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  apply  their  knowledge  of  the  nature,  grammar,  and  variations  of  American  English.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.1.  Develop  their  vocabulary  and  ability  to  use  words,  phrases,  idioms,  and  various  grammatical  structures  as  a  means  of  improving  communication.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.1.  Consult  dictionaries,  thesauruses,  handbooks,  and  grammar  texts  when  choosing  words,  phrases,  and  expressions  for  use  in  oral  and  written  presentations.  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  apply  their  knowledge  of  the  nature,  grammar,  and  variations  of  American  English.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.2.  Recognize  and  interpret  various  uses  and  adaptations  of  language  in  social,  cultural,  regional,  and  professional  situations,  and  learn  to  be  flexible  and  responsive  in  their  use  of  English.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.1.  Describe  how  American  English  is  used  in  various  public  and  private  contexts,  such  as  school,  home,  and  work.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.2.  Make  appropriate  choices  when  speaking  and  writing,  such  as  formal  or  informal  language,  considering  the  purpose  and  context  of  the  communication.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

Media  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  media  and  technology  critically  and  creatively  to  obtain,  organize,  prepare  and  share  information;  to  influence  and  persuade;  and  to  entertain  and  be  entertained.  

CONTENT   E.8.1.   Use  computers  to  acquire,  organize,  analyze,  and  communicate  

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STANDARD   information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.2.   Construct  and  use  simple  databases.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.3.  Use  manuals  and  on-­‐screen  help  in  connection  with  computer  applications.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.4.   Perform  basic  computer  operations  on  various  platforms.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.5.  Collect  information  from  various  on-­‐line  sources,  such  as  web  pages,  news  groups,  and  listservs.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

Media  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  media  and  technology  critically  and  creatively  to  obtain,  organize,  prepare  and  share  information;  to  influence  and  persuade;  and  to  entertain  and  be  entertained.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.3.   Create  media  products  appropriate  to  audience  and  purpose.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.1.  Write  informational  articles  that  target  audiences  of  a  variety  of  publications.  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  Research  and  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  locate,  use,  and  communicate  information  from  a  variety  of  print  and  nonprint  materials.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.1.  Conduct  research  and  inquiry  on  self-­‐selected  or  assigned  topics,  issues,  or  problems  and  use  an  appropriate  form  to  communicate  their  findings.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.2.  

Use  multiple  sources  to  identify  and  locate  information  pertinent  to  research  including  encyclopedias,  almanacs,  dictionaries,  library  catalogs,  indexes  to  periodicals,  and  various  electronic  search  engines.  

     

Science  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  

Science  Connections:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  that  there  are  unifying  themes:  systems,  order,  organization,  and  interactions;  evidence,  models,  and  explanations;  constancy,  change,  and  measurement;  evolution,  equilibrium,  and  energy;  form  and  function  among  scientific  disciplines.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.2.  When  faced  with  a  science-­‐related  problem,  decide  what  evidence,  models,  or  explanations  previously  studied  can  be  used  to  better  understand  what  is  happening  now.  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

Nature  of  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  that  science  is  ongoing  and  inventive,  and  that  scientific  understandings  have  changed  over  time  as  new  evidence  is  found.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.1.  

Use  encyclopedias,  source  books,  texts,  computers,  teachers,  parents,  other  adults,  journals,  popular  press,  and  various  other  sources,  to  help  answer  science-­‐related  questions  and  plan  investigations.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Science  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  investigate  questions  using  scientific  methods  and  tools,  revise  their  personal  understanding  to  accommodate  knowledge,  and  communicate  these  understandings  to  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.1.  Use  the  vocabulary  of  the  unifying  themes  to  ask  questions  about  objects,  organisms,  and  events  being  studied.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.2.  Use  the  science  content  being  learned  to  ask  questions,  plan  investigations,  make  observations,  make  predictions,  and  offer  explanations.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.3.  Select  multiple  sources  of  information  to  help  answer  questions  selected  for  classroom  investigations.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.4.  

Use  simple  science  equipment  safely  and  effectively,  including  rulers,  balances,  graduated  cylinders,  hand  lenses,  thermometers,  and  computers,  to  collect  data  relevant  to  questions  and  investigations.  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  

Physical  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  physical  and  chemical  properties  of  matter,  the  forms  and  properties  of  energy,  and  the  ways  in  which  matter  and  energy  interact.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.6.  Position  and  Motion  of  Objects:  Observe  and  describe  physical  events  in  objects  at  rest  or  in  motion.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.7.  

Position  and  Motion  of  Objects:  Observe  and  describe  physical  events  involving  objects  and  develop  record-­‐keeping  systems  to  follow  these  events  by  measuring  and  describing  changes  in  their  properties,  including:  position  relative  to  another  object,  motion  over  time,  and  position  due  to  forces.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.8.  

Light,  Heat,  Electricity,  and  Magnetism:  Ask  questions  and  make  observations  to  discover  the  differences  between  substances  that  can  be  touched  (matter)  and  substances  that  cannot  be  touched  (forms  of  energy,  light,  heat,  electricity,  sound,  and  magnetism).  

DOMAIN   WI.G.  

Science  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  relationship  between  science  and  technology  and  the  ways  in  which  that  relationship  influences  human  activities.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.1.  Identify  the  technology  used  by  someone  employed  in  a  job  or  position  in  Wisconsin  and  explain  how  the  technology  helps.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.4.2.  Discover  what  changes  in  technology  have  occurred  in  a  career  chosen  by  a  parent,  grandparent,  or  an  adult  friend  over  a  long  period  of  time.  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Science  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  scientific  information  and  skills  to  make  decisions  about  themselves,  Wisconsin,  and  the  world  in  which  they  live.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.1.  

Describe  how  science  and  technology  have  helped,  and  in  some  cases  hindered,  progress  in  providing  better  food,  more  rapid  information,  quicker  and  safer  transportation,  and  more  effective  health  care.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.2.  Using  the  science  themes,  identify  local  and  state  issues  that  are  helped  by  science  and  technology  and  explain  how  science  and  technology  can  also  cause  a  problem.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.4.3.  Show  how  science  has  contributed  to  meeting  personal  needs,  including  hygiene,  nutrition,  exercise,  safety,  and  health  care.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

Nature  of  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  understand  that  science  is  ongoing  and  inventive,  and  that  scientific  understandings  have  changed  over  time  as  new  evidence  is  found.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.4.  Describe  types  of  reasoning  and  evidence  used  outside  of  science  to  draw  conclusions  about  the  natural  world.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Science  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  investigate  questions  using  scientific  methods  and  tools,  revise  their  personal  understanding  to  accommodate  knowledge,  and  communicate  these  understandings  to  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.2.  Identify  data  and  locate  sources  of  information  including  their  own  records  to  answer  the  questions  being  investigated.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.5.  Use  accepted  scientific  knowledge,  models,  and  theories  to  explain  their  results  and  to  raise  further  questions  about  their  investigations.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.8.  Use  computer  software  and  other  technologies  to  organize,  process,  and  present  their  data.  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  

Physical  Science:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  physical  and  chemical  properties  of  matter,  the  forms  and  properties  of  energy,  and  the  ways  in  which  matter  and  energy  interact.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.5.  Motions  and  Forces:  While  conducting  investigations,  explain  the  motion  of  objects  by  describing  the  forces  acting  on  them.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.6.  

Motions  and  Forces:  While  conducting  investigations,  explain  the  motion  of  objects  using  concepts  of  speed,  velocity,  acceleration,  friction,  momentum,  and  changes  over  time,  among  others,  and  apply  these  concepts  and  explanations  to  real-­‐life  situations  

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outside  the  classroom.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.8.  

Transfer  of  Energy:  Describe  and  investigate  the  properties  of  light,  heat,  gravity,  radio  waves,  magnetic  fields,  electrical  fields,  and  sound  waves  as  they  interact  with  material  objects  in  common  situations.  

DOMAIN   WI.G.  

Science  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  demonstrate  an  understanding  of  the  relationship  between  science  and  technology  and  the  ways  in  which  that  relationship  influences  human  activities.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.2.  Explain  how  current  scientific  and  technological  discoveries  have  an  influence  on  the  work  people  do  and  how  some  of  these  discoveries  also  lead  to  new  careers.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.3.  Illustrate  the  impact  that  science  and  technology  have  had,  both  good  and  bad,  on  careers,  systems,  society,  environment,  and  quality  of  life.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

G.8.6.  

Use  current  texts,  encyclopedias,  source  books,  computers,  experts,  the  popular  press,  or  other  relevant  sources  to  identify  examples  of  how  scientific  discoveries  have  resulted  in  new  technology.  

DOMAIN   WI.H.  Science  Applications:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  scientific  information  and  skills  to  make  decisions  about  themselves,  Wisconsin,  and  the  world  in  which  they  live.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

H.8.3.  Understand  the  consequences  of  decisions  affecting  personal  health  and  safety.  

     

Social  Studies  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

History:  Time,  Continuity,  and  Change:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  history  of  Wisconsin,  the  United  States,  and  the  world,  examining  change  and  continuity  over  time  in  order  to  develop  historical  perspective,  explain  historical  relationships,  and  analyze  issues  that  affect  the  present  and  the  future.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.1.  

Identify  and  examine  various  sources  of  information  that  are  used  for  constructing  an  understanding  of  the  past,  such  as  artifacts,  documents,  letters,  diaries,  maps,  textbooks,  photos,  paintings,  architecture,  oral  presentations,  graphs,  and  charts.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Political  Science  and  Citizenship:  Power,  Authority,  Governance,  and  Responsibility:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  political  science  and  acquire  the  knowledge  of  political  systems  necessary  for  developing  individual  civic  responsibility  by  studying  the  history  and  contemporary  uses  of  power,  authority,  and  governance.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.6.  Locate,  organize,  and  use  relevant  information  to  understand  an  issue  in  the  classroom  or  school,  while  taking  into  account  the  viewpoints  and  interests  of  different  groups  and  individuals.  

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Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

History:  Time,  Continuity,  and  Change:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  history  of  Wisconsin,  the  United  States,  and  the  world,  examining  change  and  continuity  over  time  in  order  to  develop  historical  perspective,  explain  historical  relationships,  and  analyze  issues  that  affect  the  present  and  the  future.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.1.  

Interpret  the  past  using  a  variety  of  sources,  such  as  biographies,  diaries,  journals,  artifacts,  eyewitness  interviews,  and  other  primary  source  materials,  and  evaluate  the  credibility  of  sources  used.  

 

Junior:  Financial  Literacy  &  Cookie  Business  Badges  Summary:  Juniors  can  earn  two  additional  badges  each  year  to  support  entrepreneurship.  Financial  Literacy  badges  are:  Business  Owner  and  Savvy  Shopper.  Cookie  Business  badges  are:  Cookie  CEO  and  Customer  Insights.    

 Wisconsin  Model  Academic  Standards  

Health  and  PE  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

4.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  interpersonal  communication  skills  to  enhance  health  and  avoid  or  reduce  health  risks.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Demonstrate  interpersonal  communication  skills.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

4.2.A.   Demonstrate  communication  skills  that  can  improve  health.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4:2:A1.  Demonstrate  effective  verbal  and  nonverbal  communication  skills  to  enhance  health.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.HE.   HEALTH  EDUCATION  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

4.2.  Students  will  demonstrate  the  ability  to  use  interpersonal  communication  skills  to  enhance  health  and  avoid  or  reduce  health  risks.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

 Learning  Priority:  Demonstrate  interpersonal  communication  skills.  

DESCRIPTOR  /  FOCUS  AREA  

4.2.A.   Demonstrate  communication  skills  that  can  improve  health.  

LEARNING  CONTINUUM  

4:2:A1.  Demonstrate  effective  verbal  and  nonverbal  communication  skills  to  enhance  health.  

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Language  Arts  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.1.  Use  effective  reading  strategies  to  achieve  their  purposes  in  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.1.  Use  a  variety  of  strategies  and  word  recognition  skills,  including  rereading,  finding  context  clues,  applying  their  knowledge  of  letter-­‐sound  relationships,  and  analyzing  word  structures.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.2.  Infer  the  meaning  of  unfamiliar  words  in  the  context  of  a  passage  by  examining  known  words,  phrases  and  structures.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.4.  

Comprehend  reading  by  using  strategies  such  as  activating  prior  knowledge,  establishing  purpose,  self-­‐correcting  and  self-­‐monitoring,  rereading,  making  predictions,  finding  context  clues,  developing  visual  images,  applying  knowledge  of  text  structures,  and  adjusting  reading  rate  according  to  purpose  and  difficulty.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.6.  Discern  how  written  texts  and  accompanying  illustrations  connect  to  convey  meaning.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.8.  Identify  a  purpose  for  reading,  such  as  gaining  information,  learning  about  a  viewpoint,  and  appreciating  literature.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.2.   Read,  interpret,  and  critically  analyze  literature.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.1.  Recognize  and  recall  elements  and  details  of  story  structure,  such  as  sequence  of  events,  character,  plot,  and  setting,  in  order  to  reflect  on  meaning.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.3.  

Draw  upon  a  reservoir  of  reading  materials,  including  fairy  tales,  fables,  and  narratives  from  the  United  States  and  cultures  worldwide,  to  understand  plots,  make  predictions,  and  relate  reading  to  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.5.  Extend  the  literal  meaning  of  a  text  by  making  inferences,  and  evaluate  the  significance  and  validity  of  texts  in  light  of  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

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DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.3.  Read  and  discuss  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  in  order  to  understand  human  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.1.  Demonstrate  the  ability  to  integrate  general  knowledge  about  the  world  and  familiarity  with  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  when  reflecting  upon  life's  experiences.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.4.  Select  a  variety  of  materials  to  read  for  discovery,  appreciation,  and  enjoyment,  summarize  the  readings,  and  connect  them  to  prior  knowledge  and  experience.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.4.   Read  to  acquire  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.4.2.  Identify  a  topic  of  interest  then  seek  information  by  investigating  available  text  resources.  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Writing:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  write  clearly  and  effectively  to  share  information  and  knowledge,  to  influence  and  persuade,  to  create  and  entertain.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.1.  Create  or  produce  writing  to  communicate  with  different  audiences  for  a  variety  of  purposes.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.5.  Use  a  variety  of  writing  technologies,  including  pen  and  paper  as  well  as  computers.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.2.   Listen  to  and  comprehend  oral  communications.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.4.  Follow  sequence  in  plot  and  character  development,  predict  outcomes,  and  draw  conclusions.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.5.  Recall  the  content  of  stories  after  hearing  them,  relate  the  content  to  prior  knowledge,  and  answer  various  types  of  factual  and  interpretive  questions  about  the  stories.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

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CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.3.   Participate  effectively  in  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.1.  Volunteer  relevant  information,  ask  relevant  questions,  and  answer  questions  directly.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.3.3.   Use  appropriate  strategies  to  keep  a  discussion  going.  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  apply  their  knowledge  of  the  nature,  grammar,  and  variations  of  American  English.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.2.  Recognize  and  interpret  various  uses  and  adaptations  of  language  in  social,  cultural,  regional,  and  professional  situations,  and  learn  to  be  flexible  and  responsive  in  their  use  of  English.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.1.  Identify  various  styles  and  purposes  of  oral  and  written  language  and  learn  to  communicate  effectively  in  commonly  occurring  situations.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.2.2.  Describe  and  give  examples  of  variations  in  American  English  that  appear  in  different  social,  cultural,  regional,  and  professional  environments.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

Media  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  media  and  technology  critically  and  creatively  to  obtain,  organize,  prepare  and  share  information;  to  influence  and  persuade;  and  to  entertain  and  be  entertained.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.1.  Use  computers  to  acquire,  organize,  analyze,  and  communicate  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.1.   Operate  common  computer  hardware  and  software.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.2.   Use  basic  word-­‐processing,  graphics,  and  drawing  programs.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.3.   Create,  store,  and  retrieve  electronic  files.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.4.  Access  information  using  electronic  reference  resources,  such  as  library  catalog,  encyclopedias,  almanacs,  and  indexes.  

     

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4.1.5.   Generate,  send,  and  retrieve  electronic  messages.  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  Research  and  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  locate,  use,  and  communicate  information  from  a  variety  of  print  and  nonprint  materials.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.4.1.  Conduct  research  and  inquiry  on  self-­‐selected  or  assigned  topics,  issues,  or  problems  and  use  an  appropriate  form  to  communicate  their  findings.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.1.  Propose  research  by  formulating  initial  questions,  narrowing  the  focus  of  a  topic,  identifying  prior  knowledge,  and  developing  a  basic  plan  for  gathering  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.2.  Conduct  research  by  identifying,  locating,  exploring,  and  effectively  using  multiple  sources  of  information  appropriate  to  the  inquiry,  including  print,  nonprint,  and  electronic  sources.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

4.1.4.  Present  the  results  of  inquiry,  reporting  and  commenting  on  the  substance  and  process  of  learning,  orally  and  in  writing,  using  appropriate  visual  aids.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.1.  Use  effective  reading  strategies  to  achieve  their  purposes  in  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.3.  Establish  purposeful  reading  and  writing  habits  by  using  texts  to  find  information,  gain  understanding  of  diverse  viewpoints,  make  decisions,  and  enjoy  the  experience  of  reading.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.4.  Select,  summarize,  paraphrase,  analyze,  and  evaluate,  orally  and  in  writing,  passages  of  texts  chosen  for  specific  purposes.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.2.   Read,  interpret,  and  critically  analyze  literature.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.1.  Identify  the  defining  features  and  structure  of  literary  texts,  such  as  conflict,  representation  of  character,  and  point  of  view.  

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8.2.2.  Analyze  the  effect  of  characters,  plot,  setting,  language,  topic,  style,  purpose,  and  point  of  view  on  the  overall  impact  of  literature.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.3.  Read  and  discuss  literary  and  nonliterary  texts  in  order  to  understand  human  experience.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.2.  Identify  common  historical,  social,  and  cultural  themes  and  issues  in  literary  works  and  selected  passages.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.3.  Draw  on  a  broad  base  of  knowledge  about  the  themes,  ideas,  and  insights  found  in  classical  literature  while  reading,  interpreting,  and  reflecting  on  contemporary  texts.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.4.  Evaluate  the  themes  and  main  ideas  of  a  work  considering  its  audience  and  purpose.  

DOMAIN   WI.A.  Reading/Literature:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  read  and  respond  to  a  wide  range  of  writing  to  build  an  understanding  of  written  materials,  of  themselves,  and  of  others.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.4.   Read  to  acquire  information.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.4.1.  Interpret  and  use  technical  resources  such  as  charts,  tables,  travel  schedules,  timelines,  and  manuals.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.4.4.  Distinguish  between  the  facts  found  in  documents,  narratives,  charts,  maps,  tables  and  other  sources  and  the  generalizations  and  interpretations  that  are  drawn  from  them.  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Writing:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  write  clearly  and  effectively  to  share  information  and  knowledge,  to  influence  and  persuade,  to  create  and  entertain.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.1.  Create  or  produce  writing  to  communicate  with  different  audiences  for  a  variety  of  purposes.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.6.  Write  in  a  variety  of  situations  (during  an  exam,  in  a  computer  lab)  and  adapt  strategies,  such  as  revision,  technology,  and  the  use  of  reference  materials,  to  the  situation.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  

8.1.7.  Use  a  variety  of  writing  technologies  including  pen  and  paper  as  well  as  computers.  

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PRIORITY  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.2.   Listen  to  and  comprehend  oral  communications.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.2.5.  

Evaluate  the  reliability  of  information  in  a  communication,  using  criteria  based  on  prior  knowledge  of  the  speaker,  the  topic,  and  the  context  and  on  analysis  of  logic,  evidence,  propaganda  devices,  and  language.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  Oral  Language:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  listen  to  understand  and  will  speak  clearly  and  effectively  for  diverse  purposes.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.8.3.   Participate  effectively  in  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.1.  Participate  in  discussion  by  listening  attentively,  demonstrating  respect  for  the  opinions  of  others,  and  responding  responsibly  and  courteously  to  the  remarks  of  others.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.4.  Invite  ideas  and  opinions  of  others  into  the  discussion,  responding  clearly  and  tactfully  to  questions  and  comments.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.7.  Summarize  the  main  points  of  a  discussion,  orally  and  in  writing,  specifying  areas  of  agreement  and  disagreement  and  paraphrasing  contributions.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.8.  Display  and  maintain  facial  expressions,  body  language,  and  other  response  cues  that  indicate  respect  for  the  speaker  and  attention  to  the  discussion.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.9.   Attend  to  the  content  of  discussion  rather  than  the  speaker.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.3.10.   Participate  in  discussion  without  dominating.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

Media  and  Technology:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  media  and  technology  critically  and  creatively  to  obtain,  organize,  prepare  and  share  information;  to  influence  and  persuade;  and  to  entertain  and  be  entertained.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.1.  Use  computers  to  acquire,  organize,  analyze,  and  communicate  information.  

   

   

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PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.1.   Demonstrate  efficient  word-­‐processing  skills.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.2.   Construct  and  use  simple  databases.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.3.  Use  manuals  and  on-­‐screen  help  in  connection  with  computer  applications.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.4.   Perform  basic  computer  operations  on  various  platforms.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.5.  Collect  information  from  various  on-­‐line  sources,  such  as  web  pages,  news  groups,  and  listservs.  

DOMAIN   WI.F.  Research  and  Inquiry:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  locate,  use,  and  communicate  information  from  a  variety  of  print  and  nonprint  materials.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

F.8.1.  Conduct  research  and  inquiry  on  self-­‐selected  or  assigned  topics,  issues,  or  problems  and  use  an  appropriate  form  to  communicate  their  findings.  

PERFORMANCE  STANDARD  /  LEARNING  PRIORITY  

8.1.6.  

Produce  an  organized  written  and  oral  report  that  presents  and  reflects  on  findings,  draws  sound  conclusions,  adheres  to  the  conventions  for  preparing  a  manuscript,  and  gives  proper  credit  to  sources.  

Mathematics  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  

Mathematical  Processes:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  draw  on  a  broad  body  of  mathematical  knowledge  and  apply  a  variety  of  mathematical  skills  and  strategies,  including  reasoning,  oral  and  written  communication,  and  the  use  of  appropriate  technology,  when  solving  mathematical,  real-­‐world  and  non-­‐routine  problems.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.2.  Communicate  mathematical  ideas  in  a  variety  of  ways,  including  words,  numbers,  symbols,  pictures,  charts,  graphs,  tables,  diagrams,  and  models.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.3.  

Connect  mathematical  learning  with  other  subjects,  personal  experiences,  current  events,  and  personal  interests  see  relationships  between  various  kinds  of  problems  and  actual  events;  use  mathematics  as  a  way  to  understand  other  areas  of  the  curriculum  (e.g.,  measurement  in  science,  map  skills  in  social  

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studies).  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.4.4.  Use  appropriate  mathematical  vocabulary,  symbols,  and  notation  with  understanding  based  on  prior  conceptual  work.  

DOMAIN   WI.B.  Number  Operations  and  Relationships:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  numbers  effectively  for  various  purposes,  such  as  counting,  measuring,  estimating,  and  problem  solving.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.7.  In  problem-­‐solving  situations  involving  money,  add  and  subtract  decimals.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  Statistics  and  Probability:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  data  collection  and  analysis,  statistics  and  probability  in  problem-­‐solving  situations,  employing  technology  where  appropriate.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.1.  

Work  with  data  in  the  context  of  real-­‐world  situations  by  formulating  questions  that  lead  to  data  collection  and  analysis;  determining  what  data  to  collect  and  when  and  how  to  collect  them;  collecting,  organizing,  and  displaying  data;  drawing  reasonable  conclusions  based  on  data.  

Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.A.  

Mathematical  Processes:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  draw  on  a  broad  body  of  mathematical  knowledge  and  apply  a  variety  of  mathematical  skills  and  strategies,  including  reasoning,  oral  and  written  communication,  and  the  use  of  appropriate  technology,  when  solving  mathematical,  real-­‐world  and  non-­‐routine  problems.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.4.  

Develop  effective  oral  and  written  presentations  that  include  appropriate  use  of  technology;  the  conventions  of  mathematical  discourse  (e.g.,  symbols,  definitions,  labeled  drawings);  mathematical  language;  clear  organization  of  ideas  and  procedures;  understanding  of  purpose  and  audience.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.5.  Explain  mathematical  concepts,  procedures,  and  ideas  to  others  who  may  not  be  familiar  with  them.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

A.8.6.  Read  and  understand  mathematical  texts  and  other  instructional  materials  and  recognize  mathematical  ideas  as  they  appear  in  other  contexts.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  Statistics  and  Probability:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  use  data  collection  and  analysis,  statistics  and  probability  in  problem-­‐solving  situations,  employing  technology  where  appropriate.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.1.  

Work  with  data  in  the  context  of  real-­‐world  situations  by  formulating  questions  that  lead  to  data  collection  and  analysis;  designing  and  conducting  a  statistical  investigation;  using  technology  to  generate  displays,  summary  statistics,  and  presentations.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.2.  

Organize  and  display  data  from  statistical  investigations  using  appropriate  tables,  graphs,  and/or  charts  (e.g.,  circle,  bar  or  line  for  multiple  sets  of  data);  appropriate  plots  (e.g.,  line,  stem-­‐and-­‐leaf,  box,  scatter).  

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Social  Studies  

Grade:  4    

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

History:  Time,  Continuity,  and  Change:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  history  of  Wisconsin,  the  United  States,  and  the  world,  examining  change  and  continuity  over  time  in  order  to  develop  historical  perspective,  explain  historical  relationships,  and  analyze  issues  that  affect  the  present  and  the  future.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.4.1.  

Identify  and  examine  various  sources  of  information  that  are  used  for  constructing  an  understanding  of  the  past,  such  as  artifacts,  documents,  letters,  diaries,  maps,  textbooks,  photos,  paintings,  architecture,  oral  presentations,  graphs,  and  charts.  

DOMAIN   WI.C.  

Political  Science  and  Citizenship:  Power,  Authority,  Governance,  and  Responsibility:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  political  science  and  acquire  the  knowledge  of  political  systems  necessary  for  developing  individual  civic  responsibility  by  studying  the  history  and  contemporary  uses  of  power,  authority,  and  governance.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

C.4.6.  Locate,  organize,  and  use  relevant  information  to  understand  an  issue  in  the  classroom  or  school,  while  taking  into  account  the  viewpoints  and  interests  of  different  groups  and  individuals.  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  

Economics:  Production,  Distribution,  Exchange,  Consumption:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  production,  distribution,  exchange,  and  consumption  so  that  they  can  make  informed  economic  decisions.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.3.  Identify  local  goods  and  services  that  are  part  of  the  global  economy  and  explain  their  use  in  Wisconsin.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.5.  

Distinguish  between  private  goods  and  services  (for  example,  the  family  car  or  a  local  restaurant)  and  public  goods  and  services  (for  example,  the  interstate  highway  system  or  the  United  States  Postal  Service).  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.6.  Identify  the  economic  roles  of  various  institutions,  including  households,  businesses,  and  government.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.4.7.  

Describe  how  personal  economic  decisions,  such  as  deciding  what  to  buy,  what  to  recycle,  or  how  much  to  contribute  to  people  in  need,  can  affect  the  lives  of  people  in  Wisconsin,  the  United  States,  and  the  world.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

The  Behavioral  Sciences:  Individuals,  Institutions,  and  Society:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  behavioral  sciences  by  exploring  concepts  from  the  discipline  of  sociology,  the  study  of  the  interactions  among  individuals,  groups,  and  institutions;  the  discipline  of  psychology,  the  study  of  factors  that  influence  individual  identity  and  learning;  and  the  discipline  of  anthropology,  the  study  of  cultures  in  various  times  and  settings.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.4.13.  Investigate  and  explain  similarities  and  differences  in  ways  that  cultures  meet  human  needs.  

     

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Grade:  5    

DOMAIN   WI.B.  

History:  Time,  Continuity,  and  Change:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  history  of  Wisconsin,  the  United  States,  and  the  world,  examining  change  and  continuity  over  time  in  order  to  develop  historical  perspective,  explain  historical  relationships,  and  analyze  issues  that  affect  the  present  and  the  future.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

B.8.1.  

Interpret  the  past  using  a  variety  of  sources,  such  as  biographies,  diaries,  journals,  artifacts,  eyewitness  interviews,  and  other  primary  source  materials,  and  evaluate  the  credibility  of  sources  used.  

DOMAIN   WI.D.  

Economics:  Production,  Distribution,  Exchange,  Consumption:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  production,  distribution,  exchange,  and  consumption  so  that  they  can  make  informed  economic  decisions.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.1.  Describe  and  explain  how  money  makes  it  easier  to  trade,  borrow,  save,  invest,  and  compare  the  value  of  goods  and  services.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.8.  Explain  how  and  why  people  who  start  new  businesses  take  risks  to  provide  goods  and  services,  considering  profits  as  an  incentive.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

D.8.11.  Describe  how  personal  decisions  can  have  a  global  impact  on  issues  such  as  trade  agreements,  recycling,  and  conserving  the  environment.  

DOMAIN   WI.E.  

The  Behavioral  Sciences:  Individuals,  Institutions,  and  Society:  Students  in  Wisconsin  will  learn  about  the  behavioral  sciences  by  exploring  concepts  from  the  discipline  of  sociology,  the  study  of  the  interactions  among  individuals,  groups,  and  institutions;  the  discipline  of  psychology,  the  study  of  factors  that  influence  individual  identity  and  learning;  and  the  discipline  of  anthropology,  the  study  of  cultures  in  various  times  and  settings.  

CONTENT  STANDARD  

E.8.5.  Describe  and  explain  the  means  by  which  groups  and  institutions  meet  the  needs  of  individuals  and  societies.  

 

 


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