NYS New York State Learning Standards



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HEALTH, PHYSICAL, EDUCATION AND HOME ECONOMICS
1. Students have knowledge to maintain physical fitness.
2. Students acquire knowledge/ability necessary to maintain
healthy environment.
3. Students understand and manage personal and community
resources.

MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
1. Students use mathematical analysis, scientific inquiry, and
engineering design to pose questions and develop solutions.
2. Students access, generate, process and transfer information
using technologies.
3. Students understand math and become mathematically
confident by communicating and reasoning.
4. Students understand and apply scientific concepts, principles,
and theories.
5. Students apply technological knowledge and skills to design,
construct, use and evaluate products.
6. Students understand and apply relationship and common
themes that connect math, science and technology.
7. Students apply knowledge and skills of math, science, and
technology to address problems.

ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS
1. Students listen, speak, read, and write for information and
understanding.
2. Students read and listen to oral, written, and electronically
produced texts.
3. Students listen, speak, read, and write for critical analysis and
evaluation.
4. Students listen, speak, read, and write for social interaction.

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH
1. Students use language other than English.
2. Students develop cross-cultural skills and understandings.

THE ARTS
1. Students engage in processes that constitute creative
performance.
2. Students make use of materials and resources for
participation in the arts.
3. Students respond critically to a variety of works in the arts.
4. Students understand personal and cultural factors that shape
artistic communications.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATIONAL STUDIES
1. Students are knowledgeable about the world of work.
2. Students demonstrate how academic knowledge and skills are
applied.
3. Students demonstrate mastery of foundation skills essential
for success in the workplace.
4. Students acquire career-specific technical knowledge and
skills.

SOCIAL STUDIES
1. Students use a variety of intellectual skills to demonstrate
understanding of ideas, eras, themes, in US and NY history.
2. Students demonstrate the understanding of major ideas, eras,
themes from a variety of perspectives.
3. Students demonstrate understanding of geography of the
interdependent world.
4. Students demonstrate understanding of economic systems.
5. Students demonstrate understanding of governments and
governmental systems.

 



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