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Center on Education Policy , 2001. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  "This report summarizes the research on the achievement gap between white students and black and Hispanic students; highlights possible remedies for the gap; and suggests an approach that policymakers can use to weigh the various proposals for closing the gap." Four sections: Background for Understanding the Achievement Gap, Trends in Racial / Ethnic Achievement Gaps, Contributing Factors and Strategies for Closing the Gap, Evaluating Strategies for Closing the Gap. Appendix provides graphs detailing NAEP "Trends in Average Scale Scores for Black and White Students" for Mathematics, Science, and Reading at ages 9, 13, and 17. Available online.

Fairbanks North Star Borough School District, 2001. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Provides philosophy and mission statements, readiness standards, ongoing learner goals, and mastery core objectives for each grade K-8 and for High School courses by strand. Six strands: Social / Civil Development, Government, Geography, Economics, History, Cultural Studies. Topics covered: Kindergarten: Learning and Working Together; Grade 1: My Place in the World; Grade 2: Important People in Our World; Grade 3: Communities, Continuity and Change; Grade 4: Alaska and Its Neighbors; Grade 5: Our American Quilt of People and Places; Grade 6: Weaving Together Land, People, and Time; Grade 7: Growth of Civilization in a World of Many Cultures; Grade 8: Survey of U.S. History. High School courses include: World History, Comparative Religions, Geography, Advanced Placement History / Literature, Advanced Placement World Art History, United States History, Advanced Placement United States History, Alaska Studies, Diversity in America, United States in a Global Context, General Economics, Consumer Economics, Advanced Placement Microeconomics, Advanced Placement Macroeconomics, American Government, Advanced Placement Government, American Legal Systems, Advanced Placement Comparative Government, Current Events / Issues, Psychology, Women's History. Appendices include Alaska Performance and Content Standards. Available online.

New Hampshire Department of Education, 1999. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Intended to help districts prepare students for grade 6 assessment and to develop units of study and strategies for facilitating curriculum alignment for K-6 Social Studies by strand: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, History. Includes: curriculum mapping grid, sample scope and sequence models, standards and proficiencies, activities, print resources and web sites, cross-disciplinary ideas. Companion to the New Hampshire K-12 Social Studies Curriculum Framework (KCDL 16: SSC K*-197).

OABITAR (Objectivity, Accuracy, and Balance In Teaching About Religion), 1999. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  "Offers a brief overview of elements of religious heterogeneity pertinent to the respectful and fair handling of religious discussion and subject matter in a classroom. It also introduces the topic of nonbelief as integral to the complete spectrum of religious diversity." Resource Materials. Companion to Different Drummers (KCDL 21: SSC 6*-071).

Resource Center of the Americas, 1999. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  "A four-lesson unit about travelling with care in Mexico for grades 8-12 and adult learners in English and Spanish ... includes general information about tourism, maps, stories and a code of behavior for travellers." Examines four tourist sites, and the concept of mutually beneficial tourism. Lessons include: learner objectives, vocabulary and concepts, teaching strategies, sequence, teacher preparation, and procedures. Includes reproducible instructions, handouts and worksheets in both English and Spanish. Bibliography.

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, 1998. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Packet contains: Fact Sheet; Wisconsin State Statutes Relating to the K-12 American Indian Studies Program; Historical Background to the Study of Wisconsin Indian History, Culture, and Tribal Sovereignty; Integrating Wisconsin American Indian History, Culture, and Tribal Sovereignty Into the Curriculum; American Indian Studies, Standards, and Curriculum; Questions and Answers About American Indians in Wisconsin; Resource Materials; Tribal and Intertribal Offices in Wisconsin; Tribal Landholdings in Wisconsin; Wisconsin Indian Tribal Communities (Map).

Aztec Ruins National Monument, 1998. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  "A teacher's activity guide targeted for fourth through seventh grades... The lessons encourage teachers to use Aztec Ruins... as a resource to help them teach language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, and art." Background information is provided "from both an archeological perspective and an American Indian perspective." Lessons for three levels of "experience or study of archeology and past cultures" are presented: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced. Each lesson includes: subjects, skills, strategies, duration, class size, objectives, materials, vocabulary, background, setting the stage, procedure, closure, evaluation, extensions, references, activity sheets, illustrations and maps. Correlated to New Mexico State Standards. Resource section includes: Archeologist Profiles, glossary, reference list. Available online.

Chicago Public Schools, 1998. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Presents English Language Arts goals, standards, and curriculum framework statements for each grade K-12. Five goals: Read with understanding and fluency; Understand explicit and implicit meaning in literature representing individual, community, national, world, and historical perspectives; Write to communicate for a variety of purposes; Listen and speak effectively in a variety of situations; Use the language arts for inquiry and research to acquire, organize, analyze, evaluate, and communicate information. Available online.

Mississippi Department of Education, 2001. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  "Program consists of a series of six courses which are designed to introduce students to agricultural and environmental science and to develop the technology of agribusiness practices." Courses: Concepts of Agriscience Technology, The Science of Animal Agriculture, The Science of Environmental Agriculture, The Science of Agricultural Mechanization, The Science of Agricultural Plants, Agribusiness and Entrepreneurship Technology. Framework for each course includes: course description, competencies and suggested objectives, related academic topics, workplace skills. Curriculum Guides for each course include description, outline, and units. Each unit includes: suggested time on task, competencies and suggested objectives, suggested teaching strategies, suggested assessment strategies, suggested resources. Appendices include: Related Academic and Expanded Topics for Communications, Mathematics, and Science; Workplace Skills; Student Competency Profile.

Mississippi Department of Education, 2001. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Presents course description, goals, outline, competencies, and objectives for Technology Applications I and II. Provides competencies, objectives, teaching strategies, assessment strategies, and references. Sixteen Technology Applications I units: Course Procedures and Laboratory Safety I, Computer Skills I, Investigative Skills, Introduction to Technology Systems, Electrical Systems Technology, Multimedia Technology, Telecommunications Technology, Mechanical Systems Technology, Quality Control Technology, Spreadsheet Applications Technology, Fluid Systems Technology, Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) Technology, Presentation Software Technology, Thermal Systems Technology, Computer Assisted Design / Computer Aided Manufacturing (CA / CAM) Technology, Desktop Publishing Technology. Twelve Technology Applications II units: Course Procedures and Laboratory Safety II, Computer Skills II, Applied Technology Research, Programmable Logic Control (PLC) Technology, Electronic Control Systems Technology, Bio-Related Technology, Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Technology, Computer Networking Technology, Computer Assembly Technology, Computer Programming Technology, Database Applications Technology, Geographic Information Systems Technology. Five career cluster areas: Health / Human Services Technology, Agriculture / Natural Resources Technology, Engineering / Industrial Technology, Business / Marketing Technology, Fine Arts / Humanities. Section on Recommended Tools and Equipment included. Appendices include: Related and Expanded Academic Topics for Communications, Mathematics, and Science; Workplace Skills; Student Competency Profiles.

Mississippi Department of Education, 2001. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Supercedes ECE PreK-171. Presents learning principles, philosophy, goals, and guidelines for Pre-Kindergarten programs. Contains benchmarks, informal assessments with guiding questions and sample tasks, and suggested teaching strategies in five subject areas: Language Development, Mathematics, Social / Emotional Development, Physical Development (including fine, gross, and sensory motor), Scientific Investigation. Resources, Educational Materials. Available online.

San Diego Unified School District, 1998. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Presents content and performance standards, thinking skills, and activities for each grade K-8 and for four High school courses in five strands: Historical Comprehension; Geographical and Economic Literacy; Historical Research, Analysis, and Interpretation; Historical Issues - Analysis and Decision Making; Civics and Government. High School courses: World History - The Modern World, U.S. History and Geography - Continuity and Change in the Modern World, American Government, Economics. Also available in Spanish.

Maine School Administrative District #4, 1998. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Provides Social Studies content standards and performance indicators for each grade K-12, by strand. Four strands: History, Geography, Civics and Government, Economics. Includes: Priorities for Implementation, Essential Skills for Pre-Kindergarten Students, Essential Learnings for Promotion. Supplemental Pages include: K-12 Social Studies Philosophy, Program Modifications for grades 9-12 Electives (Psychology, Contemporary Issues, Global Economics), What to Look for in a Social Studies Classroom When the Curriculum is Being Implemented, Essential Learnings for Promotion, Rubrics. Available online.

National Council for the Social Studies, 2000. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  "Outstanding teachers share some of their favorite and most effective lesson plans. The topics in the fourteen chapters of this book cover the range of social studies disciplines and standards themes. Its contents deal with images of the West, Native American culture, slavery and attempts to escape it, controversial issues, global economic decision-making, unions and collective bargaining and much more." Thirteen lesson plans include: title, grade level / subject, social studies thematic strands, key features of powerful teaching and learning, purpose / rationale / introduction, objectives, time allotment, resources needed, procedure, assessment, conclusion, extension activities, appendices with background readings and handouts, endnotes, references.