Content Background
Student Preparation
Content Strands
Process Strands
Benchmarks and Performance Standards
Content Maps
Content Outline
Performance Tasks
Rubrics for Performance Tasks
Instructional Activities
Materials and Resources
Web Links
Georgia Quality Core Curriculum References
Iowa Tests of Basic Skills References
References to National Standards
 
 
  Georgia Quality Core Curriculum References
 
(Numbers refer to QCC objectives.)  
 
Language Arts  A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ,6 
B. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 
C.  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 
D. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 
E. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 
F. 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8
Mathematics A. 5, 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, 32, 35, 37, 38, 42, 43, 44
Science  1, 2, 8, 9
Social Studies 5, 8, 9
Social Studies Skills 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 15, 18, 19, 20, 26, 28, 29, 32, 34
Physical Education 2, 6, 9, 14
Dance 7
Performance 12, 13,25
Visual Arts 4, 24
Drama 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
 
  
  ITBS References
 
This unit addresses knowledge and skills in the following objectives measured on the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills.   

Reading Comprehension 

  • The student identifies a cause and effect relationships in a written passage.
  • The student identifies the setting of a written passage.
  • The student recognizes the reason for a character's action in a written passage.
  • The student identifies the emotions of a character of a written passage.
  • The student recognizes the motivation for a character's action in a written passage.
  • The student selects the meaning of an unfamiliar word by using contextual clues.
  • The student recognizes a comparison or a contrast presented in a written passage.
  • The student identifies an inference drawn from details presented in a written passage.
  • The student identifies an inference about a character in a written passage. 
  • The student recalls a detail in a written passage.
  • The student recognizes the literal meaning of a figurative word or statement in a written passage.
  • The student identifies a character trait of a character in a written passage.
Spelling 
  • The student recognizes correctly spelled words. 
Capitalization  
  • The student recognizes a sentence with no mistakes in capitalization.
Punctuation 
  • The student recognizes a sentence with no mistakes in punctuation.
Usage and Expression 
  • The student recognizes a sentence with no mistakes in usage and expression.
  • The student selects a concluding sentence for a paragraph.
  • The student selects the best position for a sentence in a paragraph.
  • The student selects the sentence which should be omitted from a paragraph.
  • The student selects a topic sentence for a paragraph.
  • The student selects the sentence which is not a fragment.
Social Studies 
  • The student recognizes a common public service.
  • The student identifies the source of a natural resource.
  • The student recognizes an example of a need being met.
  • The student recognizes the reason for love.
  • The student recognizes an unfair rule.
Maps and Diagrams 
  • The student identifies a detail using the fictional information in a diagram.
  • The student recognizes a conclusion drawn from information in a diagram.
  • The student identifies comparative distances among locations on a picture map.
  • The student identifies the direction of a route on a picture map.
  • The student identifies the cardinal direction which describes the location of a site on a picture map.
  • The student identifies a location in relation to other locations on a picture map.
Reference Materials  
  • The student identifies the correct spelling of a word, using a sample dictionary.
  • The student identifies an example of information in a dictionary.
  • The student selects the most helpful resource for a specified research topic.
  • The student identifies the library section which would contain a specific topic.
  • The student identifies an example of a book which be located in a specified section of a library.
  • The student recognizes which word would be first in an alphabetical list, by alphabetizing to the first letter.
Mathematics:  Math Concepts and Estimation 
  • The student selects the best estimate of a specified distance.
  • The student identifies the missing factor in a given number sentence involving a division fact.
  • The student recalls characteristics of a specified geometric shape.
  • The student selects the unit appropriate for measuring a given distance.
  • The student selects the statement which best describes the estimated sum of two-digit whole numbers.
Mathematics:  Math Problem Solving and Data Interpretation 
  • The student solves a word problem requiring recall of a subtraction fact.
  • The student identifies the information needed to solve a word problem involving division of whole numbers.
  • The student identifies information needed to solve a given word problem.
  • The student solves a word problem, requiring recall of a multiplication fact.
  • The student reads a bar graph.
  • The student compares quantities using information presented in a bar graph.
Mathematics:  Mathematics Computation 
  • The student adds a two-digit whole number and three-digit whole number, without regrouping and presented vertically.
  • The student multiplies a one-digit whole number by a three-digit whole number, with regrouping and presented horizontally.
  • The student adds two three-digit whole numbers, with regrouping and presented vertically.
  • The student recalls the quotient of a division fact, presented horizontally.
  • The student recalls the product of a multiplication fact, presented horizontally.
  • The student recalls the sum of an addition fact, presented horizontally.
  • The student recalls the difference of a subtraction fact, presented vertically.
Science  
  • The student identifies the purpose of a given science observation.
  • The student identifies the question a given experiment is intended to answer.   
  
 This integrated unit was prepared by teachers of the:
 
Henry County Public Schools
396 Tomlinson Street
McDonough, Georgia 30253
USA
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 Updated 7/28/98