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Indiana Department of Education, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  "This resource book is divided into two parts. Part I includes the self-studies for the high school course offerings... Part II includes the elementary, middle / junior high, and high school self-studies for Career Education." Section for each High School subject area includes: Administrative Rules, Content Standards and Essential Skills, Critical Questions, Sample Indicators of Program Effectiveness, Balanced Curriculum Verification Checklist, Plan for Improvement. Balanced curriculum subjects: English, Social Studies, Science, Mathematics, Foreign Language, Practical Arts or Vocational / Technical, Health and Safety, Physical Education, Fine Arts, Consumer / Economics, and other electives. Includes: General Curriculum Principles, High School Curriculum Course Offerings, Required and Elective Credits, Academic Honors Program, Definition of Credit.

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Indiana Department of Education, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  "This resource book is divided into three parts. Part I includes the self-studies for the subject areas listed in the balanced curriculum. Part II includes the self-studies for the subjects listed as enrichment areas. Part III includes... the self-studies for Career Education." Section for each Middle / Junior High School subject area includes: Administrative Rule, Content Standards / Proficiency Statements, Critical Questions, Sample Indicators of Program Effectiveness, Curriculum Analysis Checklist, Plan for Improvement. Balanced curriculum subjects: English / Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies and Citizenship, Science, Visual Arts, Music, Practical Arts / Industrial Technology, Health Education, Physical Education. Enrichment subject: Foreign Language.

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New Jersey Department of Education, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  An introduction of rationale precedes sections on Cross-Content Workplace Readiness, Arts, Comprehensive Health and Physical Education, Language Arts Literacy, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and World Languages. Each section lists standards with descriptive statements and “cumulative progress indicators,” or educational objectives

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Delaware Department of Education, 1995. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  An introduction of philosophy precedes a listing of four content standards: use written and oral English for various purposes; construct, examine, and extend meaning of various texts; access, organize, and evaluate information; and use print and visual media to connect self to society and culture. Each standard then heads a section listing performance indicators and vignettes of learning activities for grade levels K-3, 4-5, 6-8, and 9-10

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District School Board of Pasco County, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Introduction presents general performance roles for grades K-12. Curriculum frameworks provide listing of student outcomes and outcome narratives including elements, classroom considerations and representative sample indicators, by strand for elementary communications and literature programs. Twelve communications strands: Valuing Communication, Language Development, Problem Solving and Decision Making, Comprehension, Cueing, Self-monitoring Performance in Communication, Oral and Written Communication, Language Conventions, Text Structure, Vocabulary Development, Responsibilities of Producers and Consumers of Communications, Technology. Six literature strands: Literary Genres, Literature and the Imagination, Literature as Models for Effective Language Use, Analysis of Important Concepts and their Relationships to Literature, Literature Selection Criteria, Response to Literature. Reference lists

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New York State Education Department, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  For each of four general standards (Language for Information and Understanding; Language for Literary Response and Expression; Language for Critical Analysis and Evaluation; Language for Social Interaction), educational objectives are listed according to elementary, intermediate, and commencement levels and to the areas of listening / reading and speaking / writing.

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North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  After a brief introduction, seven standards are listed. The standards address: gathering and organizing information, engaging in the reading process, comprehending literature, engaging in the writing process, writing for a variety of purposes / audiences, engaging in speaking and listening processes, understanding and using principles of language. Benchmarks are indicated for grades 4, 8, and 12. Tables then list the standards, benchmarks, and corresponding educational objectives and learning activities.

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New Hampshire Department of Education, 1995. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Five strands: reading, writing, speaking, listening, and viewing; give purpose statements, curriculum standards, and proficiency standards for grades K through 12.

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Roots Activity Learning Center, Inc. / Roots Public Charter School, 1994. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Encompasses Life Science, Earth Science, Air and Space Science, Physics and Chemistry. Provides "an innovative science program as guidance to teachers and parents of children of African heritage from pre-primary through eighth grade." Twelve modules: Seasons, Animals, Chemistry, Light / Sound, Weather, Magnetism / Electricity, Space Science, Human Body, Plants, Simple Machines, Earth Science, Matter. Each unit includes: goals, objectives, materials, procedures, activities, other interdisciplinary activities, bulletin board ideas, free explorations, literature review and background materials, references, vocabulary, activity sheets, and concluding activity. Activities are organized into three age clusters: preprimary (ages three to five), primary (ages six to nine), and middle school (ages ten-thirteen), and by discipline: Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, Music, Art, Physical Education. Appendices include: Africentric Rhythms, Chants, Hand Claps, and Songs; Africentric Games; Africentric Communication; Outstanding Blacks in Each Academic Area.

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Beaufort County School District, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  "Standards are organized in broad categories and subject areas that correspond to those the child will encounter when entering school." Subject areas: English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, The Arts, Physical Health and Wellness, Personal and Social Development. Standards are presented for two age groups: Birth to thirty-six months, and Thirty-six months to forty-eight months.

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American Federation of Teachers, 1995. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  "Contains translated gateway exams taken by average-achieving students at the end of 9th and 10th grade in France (French, Math, and History / Geography); Germany (German, English, and Math); and Scotland (English, Math, and Biology)." Provides a profile of each country's education system including school-to-work transition systems. Comparison is made with the General Education Development (GED) practice test from the United States. Includes answers

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Everglades National Park, 1995. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Interdisciplinary curriculum on the environment. Organized into three units: The Park Story, It's All About Water, Depending on Each Other. Each activity provides: subjects, time needed, location, key vocabulary, learner outcomes, instructional methods, background information, materials needed, step-by-step procedures, evaluation section. Appendices include: fact sheets, blackline master supplementary materials and drawings, vocabulary words and illustrations for reference, resource materials, pretest / posttest with answer key. Kit also includes a sixty minute video, and materials needed to conduct activities.

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Indiana Department of Education, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  "This resource book is divided into three parts. Part I includes the self-studies for the subject areas listed in the balanced curriculum. Part II includes the self-studies for the subjects listed as enrichment areas. Part III includes... self-studies for Career Education." Section for each subject area includes: Administrative Rule, Content Standards for Early Elementary (K-2) and Late Elementary (3-5) with Proficiency Statements, Critical Questions, Sample Indicators of Program Effectiveness, Curriculum Analysis Checklist, Plan for Improvement." Balanced curriculum subjects: English / Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies and Citizenship, Science, Visual Arts, Music, Health Education, Physical Education. Enrichment subject: Foreign Language.

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Nebraska Department of Education, 1997. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  "This guide has a two-fold purpose: To assist Nebraska secondary schools in developing applied academics courses that reflect the rigor of their traditional academic course counterparts, To assist Nebraska four-year postsecondary schools in their evaluation of applied academics courses as admission requirements core-course equivalents." Contains descriptions for twelve applied academics courses: Applied Communication (also called Technical Writing or Business Communication), Applied Mathematics I (Pre-Algebra), Applied Mathematics II (Algebra), Applied Mathematics III (Geometry), Applied Economics (also called Personal Finance or Consumer Economics), Applied Psychology, Marketing I (also called Fundamentals of Marketing), Entrepreneurship (also called Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship or Marketing II), Applications in Biology / Chemistry, Animal Science (Biological Science Applications in Agriculture), Plant Science (Biological Science Applications in Agriculture), ChemCom (Chemistry in the Community), Principles of Technology

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Illinois State University Laboratory Schools , 1997. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Presents vision statement and benchmarks for the completion of grades 2, 5, 8, and 11 for each discipline: Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Sciences, Health and Physical Education, Fine Arts, Foreign Language, Home Economics, Business, Industrial Technology. Includes support services

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Indiana Department of Education, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Describes "a form of economics instruction in which students participate in a classroom economy in order to simulate real world economic activity." Four elements: Economics Instruction, Classroom Management, Application of Basic Skills, Money Management. Appendices include: Reproducible Mini-Economy Aids, Student Worksheets and Answers, Indiana Curriculum Proficiency Guidelines in Economics, Annotated Bibliography, Inservice Opportunities

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New York State Education Department, 1997. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Resource intended to aid implementation of a "student-centered, integrated learning environment." Delineates indicators of a quality early elementary program. Examples of evidence of student achievement of learning standards are provided for English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Technology, Social Studies, The Arts, Physical and Health Education, Home Economics, Career Development, and Languages Other Than English. Sixteen samples of integrated learning experiences contain: learning context, planning checklist, student activity, how the learning experience supports standards, knowledge guiding practice, assessment tools and evidence, resources and materials. Also includes a section on strategies for implementing an integrated curriculum. Bibliography.

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Mystic Seaport Museum, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Interdisciplinary theme unit on the oyster for grades 4-6. Divided into three parts: Oyster as Animal, Oyster as Food, Oyster as Industry. Disciplines addressed: Language Arts, Reading, Science, Social Studies, Math, Art, Music, Home Economics, Technology Education. Each lesson includes: introduction, key words and concepts, activities, handouts, recommended reading and viewing, field trips, materials. Also contains teacher resource material and suggestions for additional projects.

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National Research Center on English Learning & Achievement (CELA), 2001. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  "Designed for teachers and administrators who wish to improve their students' reading comprehension." Provides background information, potential classroom strategies, and actual classroom examples. Strategies include: written conversations, response journals, discussion guides, think-aloud or paired / shared readings, quick-writes. Includes inclusion strategies for "struggling readers". Available online.

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Roots Activity Learning Center, Inc. / Roots Public Charter School, 1994. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Encompasses Life Science, Earth Science, Air and Space Science, Physics and Chemistry. Provides "an innovative science program as guidance to teachers and parents of children of African heritage from pre-primary through eighth grade." Twelve modules: Seasons, Animals, Chemistry, Light / Sound, Weather, Magnetism / Electricity, Space Science, Human Body, Plants, Simple Machines, Earth Science, Matter. Each unit includes: goals, objectives, materials, procedures, activities, other interdisciplinary activities, bulletin board ideas, free explorations, literature review and background materials, references, vocabulary, activity sheets, and concluding activity. Activities are organized into three age clusters: preprimary (ages three to five), primary (ages six to nine), and middle school (ages ten-thirteen), and by discipline: Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, Music, Art, Physical Education. Appendices include: Africentric Rhythms, Chants, Hand Claps, and Songs; Africentric Games; Africentric Communication; Outstanding Blacks in Each Academic Area.