Sci.I.1.E.6 Construct charts
and graphs and prepare summaries of observation.
ELA.2.MS.1 Write fluently for
multiple purposes to produce compositions, such
as personal narratives, persuasive essays, lab
reports, and poetry.
ELA.4.MS.5. Recognize and use
levels of discourse appropriate for varied contexts,
purposes, and audiences, including terminology
specific to a particular field. Examples include
community building, an explanation of a biological
concept, comparison of computer programs, commentary
on an artistic work, analysis of a fitness program,
and classroom debates on political issues.
ELA.5.MS.2. Describe and discuss
shared issues in the human experience that appear
in literature and other texts from around the
world. Examples include quests for happiness and
service to others.
ELA.5.MS.3. Identify and discuss
how the tensions among characters, communities,
themes, and issues in literature and other texts
are related to one’s own experience.
ELA.8.MS.1. Select and use mechanics
that enhance and clarify understanding. Examples
include paragraphing, organizational patterns,
variety in sentence structure, appropriate punctuation,
grammatical constructions, conventional spelling,
and the use of connective devices, such as previews
There is no standard in social
studies requiring students to learn anything about
the Greeks or Romans that I can find at all!