Elementary Education (60) Subject Area Competencies & Skills

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Elementary Education

(60)

Subject Area Competencies & Skills

Color Key:

Key Assignments
, Critical Tasks,
Tests/Exams/Quizzes
,
Other Assignments

addressing FSACS

Language Arts & Reading


Course

Assignment

and/or Course Description

1. Knowledge of the
reading process



1.1. Identi fy the processes, ski l ls, and phases of word recogni ti on that l ead
to effecti ve decodi ng (e.g., pre
-
al phabeti c, parti al
-
alphabeti c, ful l
-
al phabeti c, graphophonemi c, morphemi c).

LAE 3314


Tests/Qui zzes; Exam,
Di scussi ons,
Refl ecti ons,
Parti ci pation, Demonstrati ons, Observati on, Lectures

RED 4542c

Onl i ne Di scussions

1.2. Identi fy i nstructi onal methods for promoti ng the devel opment of
decodi ng and encodi ng ski l ls.

LAE 3314

Di scussions, Refl ecti ons, Parti cipati on,
Demonstrati ons,
Observati on, Lectures
, Word Sort Box & Word Wal l s, and
Word Sort Practi ce
, Bi g Book, Wordl ess Pi cture

Book & Chart Readi ng Set

1.3. Identi fy the components of readi ng fl uency (e.g., accuracy,
automati ci ty, rate, prosody).

LAE 3314

Tests/
Qui zzes; Exam
,

Di scussi ons, Refl ecti ons,
Parti ci pation, Demonstrati ons, Observati on, Lectures
,
Professional Article Review

1.4. Identify instructional methods (e.g., practice with high
-
frequency
words, timed readings) for developing reading fluency.

LAE
3314



Tests/Qui zzes; Exam,
Di scussi ons, Refl ecti ons,
Parti ci pation, Demonstrati ons, Observati on, Lectures, Bi g
Book, Wordl ess Pi cture Book & Chart Readi ng Set

RED 4542c

Case Study

1.5. I denti fy i nstructi onal methods and strategi es for i ncreasi ng vocabulary
acqui siti on (e.g., word anal ysis, choi ce of words, context cl ues, mul ti pl e
exposures) across the content areas.

LAE 3314



Tests/Qui zzes; Exam,

Di scussi ons, Refl ecti ons,
Parti ci pa
tion, Demonstrati ons, Observati on, Lectures,
Word Sort Box & Word Wal l s, and Word Sort Practi ce

RED 3310

Exams/qui zzes,
Mi ni Lessons
,
Discussion/Participation

Assignments

1.6. Identify instructional methods and strategies (e.g., summarizing, self
-
monitoring, questioning, use of graphic and semantic organizers, think
alouds, recognizing story structure) for facilitating students' reading
comprehension.

LAE 3314


Tests/Quizze
s; Exam

Discussions, Reflections, Participation,
Demonstrations, Observation, Lectures

RED 3310

Mini Lessons

1.7. Identify essential comprehension skills (e.g., main idea, supporting
details and facts, author's purpose, fact and opinion, point of view,
inference, conclusion).

LAE 3314




Literature Circle/Thematic Unit,

Discussions, Reflections,
Participation, Demonstrations, Observation, Lectures,
Reflections of Children’s Literature Books, Oral & Silent
Reading with Question Strategy
-
DLTA DRTA

RED
4542c

Case Study

1.8. I denti fy appropri ate uses of mul ti pl e representati ons of i nformati on
(e.g., charts, tabl es, graphs, pi ctures, pri nt and nonpri nt medi a) for a vari ety
of purposes.

LAE 3314

Tests/Qui zzes; Exam
,
Discussions, Reflections
,
Participation, Demonstrations, Observation, Lectures

1.9. Identify strategies (e.g., making connections and predictions,
questioning, summarizing, question generating) for developing critical
-
thinking skills such as analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.

LAE 3314





Tests/Quizzes; Exam,
Literature Circle/Thematic Unit,
Discussions, Reflections, Participation, Demonstrations,
Observation, Lectures, Reflections of Children’s Literature
Books, Oral & Silent Reading with Question Strategy
-
DLTA
DRTA

RED 3310

Exams/qui zzes

1.10. Identi fy i nstructi onal methods for teachi ng a vari ety of i nformati onal
and l i terary text structures.

LAE 3314


Tests/Qui zzes; Exam,

Di scussi ons, Refl ecti ons,
Parti ci pation, Demonstrati ons, Observati on, Lectures

RED 4542c

Onl i ne
Di scussions
,
Differentiated Instruction Article
Review

1.11. Identify the content of emergent literacy (e.g., oral language
development, phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, decoding,
concepts

of print, motivation, text structures, written language
development).

LAE 3314

Discussions, Reflections, Participation, Demonstrations,
Observation, Lectures, Word Sort Box & Word Walls, and
Word Sort Practice

RED 4542c

Online Discussions
,
Differentiated Instruction Article
Review

2. Knowledge of literature and literary analysis

2.1. Identify characteristics and elements of a variety of literary genres
(e.g., realistic fiction, fantasy, poetry, nonfiction).

RED 3310

Exams/quizzes
,
Discussion/Participation

Assignments

LAE 3314

Discussions, Reflections, Participation, Demonstrations,
Observation, Lectures, Professional Article Review,
Reflections of Children’s Literature Books, Big Book,
Wordless Picture Book & Chart Reading Set

2.2. Identify terminology and appropriate use of literary devices.

LAE 3314

Tests/Quizzes; Exam

EDE 4200

Concept Lesson Plan

2.3. Identify and apply professional guidelines for selecting multicultural
literature.

SSE 4113

Unit Plan

2.4. Identify
appropriate techniques for encouraging students to respond to
literature in a variety of ways.

LAE 3314

Tests/Quizzes; Exam,
Literature Circle/Thematic Unit
,
Professional Article Review, Reflections of Children’s
Literature Books
, Big Book, Wordless Pictur
e Book & Chart
Reading Set
, Oral & Silent Reading with Question Strategy
-
DLTA DRTA

3. Knowledge of the writing process and its applications

3.1. Demonstrate knowledge of the developmental stages of writing.

LAE 3314

Tests/Quizzes; Exam
,
Discussions,
Reflections,
Participation, Demonstrations, Observation, Lectures

3.2. Demonstrate knowledge of the writing process (e.g., prewriting,
drafting, revising, editing, publishing).

LAE 3314


Tests/Quizzes; Exam,

Discussions, Reflections,
Participation,
Demonstrations, Observation, Lectures

RED 3310

Exams/quizzes
,
Discussion/Participation

Assignments

RED 4542c

Online Discussions

3.3. Identify characteristics of the modes of writing (e.g., narrative,
descriptive, expository, persuasive, informative,
creative).

LAE 3314



Tests/Quizzes; Exam,
Discussions, Reflections,
Participation, Demonstrations, Observation, Lectures,
Reflections of Children’s Literature Books

RED 4542c

Case Study

3.4. Select the appropriate mode of writing for a variety of
occasions,
purposes, and audiences.

LAE 3314

Tests/Quizzes; Exam

RED 4542c

Online Discussions

RED 3310

Exams/quizzes

3.5. Identi fy el ements and appropri ate use of rubri cs to assess wri ting.

LAE 3314

Tests/Qui zzes; Exam
,
Discussions, Reflections
,
Participation, Demonstrations, Observation, Lectures

3.6. Demonstrate knowledge of writing conventions (e.g., spelling,
punctuation, capitalization, syntax, word usage).

LAE 3314


Tests/Quizzes; Exam,
Word Sort Box & Word Walls, and
Word Sort Practice

RED 4542c

Case Study

3.7. Identify instructional methods for teaching writing conventions.

LAE 3314


Tests/Quizzes; Exam,
Discussions, Reflections,
Participation, Demonstrations, Observation, Lectures

RED 4542c

Case Study

4. Knowledge of reading
methods and assessment

4.1. Identify measurement concepts, characteristics, and uses of norm
-
referenced, criterion
-
referenced, and performance
-
based assessments.

EDE 4421

Quizzes,
Dropbox Extra Credit

RED 4542c

Online Discussions

4.2. Identify oral and written methods for assessing student progress (e.g.,
informal reading inventories, fluency checks, rubrics, running records, story
retelling, portfolios).

LAE 3314

Tests/Quizzes; Exam,
Discussions, Reflections,
Participation, Demons
trations, Observation, Lectures

RED 3310

Case Studies

RED 4542c

Differentiated Instruction Project
, Exams

4.3. Interpret assessment data (e.g., screening, progress monitoring,
diagnostic) to guide instructional decisions.

LAE 3314

Tests/Quizzes; Exam

RED 3310

Case Studies

RED 4542c

Online Discussions

EDE 4421

Culminating Final Project

,
Dropbox Extra Credit

4.4. Use individual student reading data to differentiate instruction.

RED 4542c

Differentiated Instruction Project
, Exams

RED 3310

Case
Studies

4.5. Interpret students' formal and informal assessment results to inform
students and parents or guardians.

LAE 3314



Tests/Quizzes; Exam,
Discussions, Reflections,
Participation, Demonstrations, Observation, Lectures,
Word Sort Box & Word
Walls, and Word Sort Practice

RED 4542c

Case Study
,
Class Projects Charts

EDE

4421

Cul mi nati ng Fi nal Proj ect

4.6. Eval uate the appropri ateness (e.g., curri cul um al ignment, freedom
from bi as) of assessment i nstruments and practi ces.

RED 4542c

Cl ass
Proj ects Charts

EDE

4421

Cul mi nati ng Fi nal Proj ect

4.7. I denti fy appropri ate cl assroom organi zati onal formats (e.g., l i terature
ci rcl es, smal l groups, i ndividuals, workshops, readi ng centers, mul ti age
groups) for speci fi c i nstructi onal obj ecti ves.

LAE
3314



Li terature Ci rcl e/Themati c Uni t,
Di scussions, Refl ecti ons,
Parti ci pation, Demonstrati ons, Observati on, Lectures, Oral
& Si l ent Readi ng wi th Questi on Strategy
-
DLTA DRTA

RED 4542c

Case Study
,
Differentiated Instruction Project
, Exams

4.8. Identify
instructional methods for developing emergent literacy.

RED 4542c

Case Study
,
Differentiated Instruction Project
, Exams

LAE 3314

Discussions, Reflections, Participation, Demonstrations,
Observation, Lectures, Big Book, Wordless Picture Book &
Chart
Reading Set

4.9. Identify methods for the diagnosis, prevention, and intervention of
common emergent literacy difficulties.

RED 4542c

Case Study
,
Differentiated Instruction Project
, Exams

5. Knowledge of communication

5.1. Demonstrate knowledge of penmanship (e.g., legibility, proper slant,
spacing).

LAE 3314

Discussions, Reflections, Participation, Demonstrations,
Observation, Lectures, Big Book, Wordless Picture Book &
Chart Readi ng Set

5.2. Demonstrate knowl edge of
l i steni ng and speaki ng strategi es (e.g.,
questi oni ng, paraphrasing, eye contact, voi ce, gestures).

EDE 4200




Di rect Instructi on Lesson Pl an,
Gui ded Di scovery Lesson
Pl ans and data from experi ments, Informal Presentati on
Lesson Pl an, Concept Lesson Pl an,
Mi cro
-
Teachi ng &
Cri ti que

LAE 3314

Refl ecti ons of Chi l dren’s Li terature Books

RED 4542c

Case Study
,
Differentiated Instruction Project
, Exams

5.3. Identify instructional methods for developing listening and speaking
skills.

LAE 3314

Tests/Quizzes
; Exam,
Discussions, Reflections,
Participation, Demonstrations, Observation, Lectures

6. Knowledge of information and media literacy

6.1. Demonstrate knowledge of a wide array of informational and media
literacy (e.g., Internet, printed material,
artifacts, visual media, primary
sources).

LAE 3314

Tests/Quizzes; Exam,
Literature Circle/Thematic Unit,

Discussions, Reflections, Participation, Demonstrations,
Observation, Lectures


RED 3310

Case Studies

EME 3410

Di scussions
,
Writing Assignments
,
Final Project (Create interactive
and functional cl ass webpage

EME 2040

Electronic Portfolio
, Exams

SSE 4113

Unit Plan

6.2. Demonstrate knowledge of systematic and ethical processes for
collecting and presenting authentic information.

LAE 3314

Tests/
Quizzes; Exam,
Discussions, Reflections,
Participation, Demonstrations, Observation, Lectures

EME 3410

Di scussions

EME 2040

Electronic Portfolio
, Exams

SSE 4113

Unit Plan

6.3. Identify current technology available for use in educational settings
(e.g., computer software and hardware, Web tools).

LAE 3314


Literature Circle/Thematic Unit,
Discussions, Reflections,
Participation, Demonstrations, Observation, Lectures

RED 3310

Exams/Quizzes
,
Discussion/Participation

Assignments
. Service Learning

EME 3410

Di scussions
,
Writing Assignments
,
Final Project (Create interactive
and functional cl ass webpage)

EME 2040

Class Participation, Exams

SSE 4113

Unit Plan

Social Science

7. Knowledge of time, continuity, and change (i.e., history)



7.1.
Identify historical events that are related by cause and effect.

EUH

1000/1001

EUH 1000, Western Perspectives I, is a study of the West's
geographical, cultural, political, and economic
environments, with an emphasis on how the development
of the Western
Worl d i s part of a l arger process of
hi stori cal devel opment. Thi s course i s desi gned to provi de
a broad basi s of knowl edge of western ci vi l ization from the
dawn of prehi story to c. 1650. In addi ti on to studyi ng the
devel opment of cul tures and soci eti es fro
m the earl i est
Mesopotami an cul tures, the students wi l l al so expl ore the
ori gi ns of major rel i gi ons, the devel opment of western
pol i ti cal structures, and the textual and materi al cul ture
l eft behi nd by those peopl es. Al l of those aspects of
hi story, major
i nfl uences on current soci eti es i n Europe and
the western hemi sphere, are i ncreasi ngly apparent i n
cul tures throughout the worl d i n thi s age of a trul y gl obal
soci ety.

EUH 1001,
Study of the West's geographi cal, soci o
-
cultural,
pol i ti cal and scienti fic dev
el opments wi th an emphasi s on
how changes i n these areas hel ped to shape ci vi l ization i n
the West, i nfl uenced the non
-
western worl d, and provi ded
i nsi ght i nto the current condi ti ons i n the West and i ts
rel ati onshi p wi th the gl obal communi ty. (General Studi
es
Course: SS/HIS) Meets Mul ti cul tural requi rement.

AMH

2010/2020

AMH 2010,
Survey of the Uni ted States hi story begi nni ng
wi th Nati ve Ameri can cul tures on the eve of col oni zati on
through the end of Reconstructi on. Exami nes pol i ti cal,
economi c, and soci al

devel opments. (General Studi es
Course: SS/HIS)

AMH 2020,
Survey of the Uni ted States hi story begi nni ng i n
1877 and endi ng wi th a di scussion of Ameri ca i n the
present era. Exami nes pol i ti cal, economi c, and soci al
devel opments (General Studi es Course: SS/HI
S)

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

7.2. Eval uate exampl es of pri mary source documents for hi stori cal
perspecti ve.

EUH

1000/1001

EUH 1000, Western Perspectives I, is a study of the West's
geographical, cultural, political, and economic
environments, with an emphasis
on how the development
of the Western World is part of a larger process of
historical development. This course is designed to provide
a broad basis of knowledge of western civilization from the
dawn of prehistory to c. 1650. In addition to studying the
dev
elopment of cultures and societies from the earliest
Mesopotamian cultures, the students will also explore the
origins of major religions, the development of western
political structures, and the textual and material culture
left behind by those peoples. A
ll of those aspects of
history, major influences on current societies in Europe and
the western hemisphere, are increasingly apparent in
cul tures throughout the worl d i n thi s age of a trul y gl obal
soci ety.

EUH 1001,
Study of the West's geographi cal, soci o
-
cultural,
pol i ti cal and scienti fic devel opments wi th an emphasi s on
how changes i n these areas hel ped to shape ci vi l ization i n
the West, i nfl uenced the non
-
western worl d, and provi ded
i nsi ght i nto the current condi ti ons i n the West and i ts
rel ati onshi p wi t
h the gl obal communi ty. (General Studi es
Course: SS/HIS) Meets Mul ti cul tural requi rement.

AMH

2010/2020


AMH 2010,
Survey of the Uni ted States hi story begi nni ng
wi th Nati ve Ameri can cul tures on the eve of col oni zati on
through the end of Reconstructi on.
Exami nes pol i ti cal,
economi c, and soci al devel opments. (General Studi es
Course: SS/HIS)

AMH 2020,
Survey of the Uni ted States hi story begi nni ng i n
1877 and endi ng wi th a di scussion of Ameri ca i n the
present era. Exami nes pol i ti cal, economi c, and soci al
dev
el opments (General Studi es Course: SS/HIS)

7.3. Identi fy cul tural contri buti ons and technol ogi cal devel opments of
Afri ca; the Ameri cas; Asi a, i ncl uding the Mi ddl e East; and Europe.

ANT

2000


I ntroducti on to subdi vi sion of anthropol ogy and
anthropol ogi cal
thought, basi c treatment of human
evol uti on, ori gi ns of ci vi lization, worl d archaeol ogy and
modern work cul tures, stressi ng the conti nui ti es of human
nature. (General Studi es Course: SS/BEH) Meets
Mul ti cul tural requi rement

ARH 1010

Thi s course i ncl udes an i ntroducti on to the hi story of art
and art producti on through expl ori ng the works of a wi de
vari ety of arti sts. Thi s cl ass covers work from the The
Mi ddl e Ages to the present and spans the gl obe. Course
materi al wi l l be presented
through a combi nati on of
readi ngs, l ectures, vi deos, on campus fi el d tri ps and
through di rect creati ve experi ence. There are al so several
out
-
of
-
cl ass i nternet
-
based assi gnments thi s semester.
These out
-
of
-
cl ass work days are cl earl y marked on the
course

cal endar and wi l l be announced i n cl ass.

7.4. Rel ate physi cal and human geographi c factors to major hi stori cal
events and movements.

AMH

2010/2020


AMH 2010,
Survey of the Uni ted States hi story begi nni ng
wi th Nati ve Ameri can cul tures on the eve of
col oni zati on
through the end of Reconstructi on. Exami nes pol i ti cal,
economi c, and soci al devel opments. (General Studi es
Course: SS/HIS)

AMH 2020,
Survey of the Uni ted States hi story begi nni ng i n
1877 and endi ng wi th a di scussion of Ameri ca i n the
present e
ra. Exami nes pol i ti cal, economi c, and soci al
devel opments (General Studi es Course: SS/HIS)

7.5. Identi fy si gni fi cant hi storical l eaders and events that have i nfl uenced
EDE 4200

Informal Presentati on Lesson Pl an

Eastern and Western ci vi l izati ons.

EUH

1000/1001

EUH 1000, Western Perspectives I, is a study of the West's
geographical, cultural, political, and economic
environments, with an emphasis on how the development
of the Western World is part of a larger process of
historical development. This cour
se is designed to provide
a broad basis of knowledge of western civilization from the
dawn of prehistory to c. 1650. In addition to studying the
development of cultures and societies from the earliest
Mesopotamian cultures, the students will also explore t
he
origins of major religions, the development of western
political structures, and the textual and material culture
left behind by those peoples. All of those aspects of
history, major influences on current societies in Europe and
the western hemisphere,
are increasingly apparent in
cultures throughout the world in this age of a truly global
society.

EUH 1001,
Study of the West's geographical, socio
-
cultural,
political and scientific developments with an emphasis on
how changes in these areas helped to sha
pe civilization in
the West, influenced the non
-
western world, and provided
insight into the current conditions in the West and its
relationship with the global community. (General Studies
Course: SS/HIS) Meets Multicultural requirement.




7.6. Identify

the causes and consequences of exploration, settlement, and
growth.

EDE 4200

Informal Presentation Lesson Plan

EUH

1000/1001

EUH 1000, Western Perspectives I, is a study of the West's
geographical, cultural, political, and economic
environments, with an

emphasis on how the development
of the Western World is part of a larger process of
historical development. This course is designed to provide
a broad basis of knowledge of western civilization from the
dawn of prehistory to c. 1650. In addition to studyi
ng the
development of cultures and societies from the earliest
Mesopotamian cultures, the students will also explore the
origins of major religions, the development of western
political structures, and the textual and material culture
left behind by those
peoples. All of those aspects of
history, major influences on current societies in Europe and
the western hemisphere, are increasingly apparent in
cultures throughout the world in this age of a truly global
society.

EUH 1001,
Study of the West's geographic
al, socio
-
cultural,
political and scientific developments with an emphasis on
how changes in these areas helped to shape civilization in
the West, influenced the non
-
western world, and provided
i nsi ght i nto the current condi ti ons i n the West and i ts
rel ati
onshi p wi th the gl obal communi ty. (General Studi es
Course: SS/HIS) Meets Mul ti cul tural requi rement.

AMH

2010/2020


AMH 2010,
Survey of the Uni ted States hi story begi nni ng
wi th Nati ve Ameri can cul tures on the eve of col oni zati on
through the end of
Reconstructi on. Exami nes pol i ti cal,
economi c, and soci al devel opments. (General Studi es
Course: SS/HIS)

AMH 2020,
Survey of the Uni ted States hi story begi nni ng i n
1877 and endi ng wi th a di scussion of Ameri ca i n the
present era. Exami nes pol i ti cal, economi c
, and soci al
devel opments (General Studi es Course: SS/HIS)

7.7. Identi fy i ndi vi duals and events that have i nfl uenced economi c, soci al,
and pol i ti cal i nstituti ons i n the Uni ted States.

POS

2041

The obj ecti ve of thi s course i s to provi de you wi th a basi c
i ntroducti on to the worki ngs of Ameri can government and
pol i ti cs. Thi s course consi sts of the study of the
consti tuti on, government, and federal structure of the
Uni ted States. Federal, state, and l ocal probl ems and i ssues
wi l l be consi dered i n the context

of Ameri can pol i ti cal
cul ture and hi story. Speci al emphasi s wi l l be pl aced on the
Uni ted States Consti tuti on, the pol i ti cal pri nciples that
underl i e i t, the hi stori cal context i n whi ch i t was framed
and contemporary i nterpretati ons. By the end of the
cour
se you shoul d have gai ned i nsi ght i nto the pol i ti cal
forces and i nsti tuti ons that shape our soci ety and,
reci procal ly, the soci al forces that i nfl uence our
government.

ECO

2013

I ntroducti on to economi cs wi th emphasi s on the study of
aggregate economi c
acti vi ty, nati onal i ncome, pri ce l evel
determi nati on, and economi c growth and devel opment.
(General Studi es Course: SS/SOC)


7.8. I denti fy i mmi grati on and settl ement patterns that have shaped the
hi story of the Uni ted States.

AMH

2010


Survey of the
Uni ted States hi story begi nni ng wi th Nati ve
Ameri can cul tures on the eve of col oni zati on through the
end of Reconstructi on. Exami nes pol i ti cal, economi c, and
soci al devel opments. (General Studi es Course: SS/HI S)

7.9. I denti fy how vari ous cul tures contri bu
ted to the uni que soci al, cul tural,
economi c, and pol i ti cal features of Fl ori da.

EDE 4200

I nformal Presentati on Lesson Pl an

AMH 4427


Exposes students to the di verse hi story of that secti on of
Fl ori da bounded i n the west by the Perdi do

Ri ver and i n
the east by the Apal achi cola Ri ver
-

the Fl ori da Panhandle.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

8. Knowledge of people, places, and environment (i.e., geography)

8.1 I denti fy the si x essenti al el ements of geography (i.e., the worl d i n
spati al terms,
pl aces and regi ons, physi cal systems, human systems,
GEO

1200/1200L

Rel ati onshi p between natural envi ronment and man.
Weather, cl i mate, soi l s, bi ogeography and l and

forms.
envi ronment and soci ety, uses of geography), i ncl udi ng the speci fi c terms
for each el ement.

Physi cal earth treated so that the student gai ns
appreci ati on of man's pl ace and acti vi ti es wi thi n hi s/her
envi ronment. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC) Materi al
and suppl y fee wi l l be assessed for correspondi ng l ab.

GEA

2000

Regi onal treatment
of the physi cal & cul tural envi ronments
of the worl d. I nterdependence of peopl es and nati ons of
the worl d wi l l be stressed wi thi n the context of
envi ronmental attri butes and shortcomi ngs and human
responses to envi ronmental opportuni ti es or l i mi tati ons.
(G
eneral Studi es Course: SS/SOC) Meets Mul ti cul tural
requi rement.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

8.2 Interpret maps and other graphi c representati ons, and i denti fy tool s
and technol ogi es to acqui re, process, and report i nformati on from a spati al
perspecti ve.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

8.3. Interpret stati sti cs that show how pl aces di ffer i n thei r human and
physi cal characteri sti cs.

SYG

2000/2010

SYG 2000,
Fundamental pri nci pl es concerning soci al
rel ati onshi ps, social i nteracti on and social structure.
(General Studi es Course:

SS/SOC)

SYG 2010,
SYG2010 i s a study of major soci al i ssues
affecti ng i ndi vi duals i n groups i n modern i ndustri al
soci eti es. In parti cul ar, social probl ems i n Ameri ca wi l l be
expl ored through the i nterpretati on of fi l m. (General
Studi es Course: SS/SOC).

GEA

2000

Regi onal treatment of the physi cal & cul tural envi ronments
of the worl d. I nterdependence of peopl es and nati ons of
the worl d wi l l be stressed wi thi n the context of
envi ronmental attri butes and shortcomi ngs and human
responses to envi ronmental opp
ortuni ti es or l i mi tati ons.
(General Studi es Course: SS/SOC) Meets Mul ti cul tural
requi rement.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

8.4. I denti fy ways i n whi ch peopl e adapt to an envi ronment through the
producti on and use of cl othi ng, food, and shel ter.

ANT

2000

I ntroducti on to subdi vi sion of anthropol ogy and
anthropol ogi cal thought, basi c treatment of human
evol uti on, ori gi ns of ci vi lization, worl d archaeol ogy and
modern work cul tures, stressi ng the conti nui ti es of human
nature. (General Studi es Course: SS/BEH) M
eets
Mul ti cul tural requi rement

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

8.5. I denti fy how tool s and technol ogi cal advances affect the envi ronment.

CGS

2060

Expl ore and understand the rol e of computi ng i n today’s
hi ghl y technol ogi cal worl d. Exami ne the effecti ve and
ethi cal
use of computi ng technol ogy to address general
and speci al i zed domai ns and practice project del i very
deadl i nes i nvol ving thi s technol ogy. Topi cs i ncl ude: rol e of
computi ng, recent advances i n computer hardware, system
software opti ons, system connecti vi ty
, ti me management
and presentati on technol ogy, tool s for researchi ng current
technol ogy, al gori thms, and l i mi ts of computi ng ethi cs.
(General Studi es Course: NAT/LEC)

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

8.6. Identi fy physi cal, cul tural, economi c, and pol i ti cal reasons
for the
movement of peopl e i n the worl d, nati on, or state.

SYG

200
0
/2010

SYG 2000,
Fundamental pri nci pl es concerning soci al
rel ati onshi ps, social i nteracti on and social structure.
(General Studi es Course: SS/SOC)

SYG 2010,
SYG2010 i s a study of maj or soci a
l i ssues
affecti ng i ndi vi duals i n groups i n modern i ndustri al
soci eti es. I n parti cul ar, social probl ems i n Ameri ca wi l l be
expl ored through the i nterpretati on of fi l m. (General
Studi es Course: SS/SOC).

ECO

2013

I ntroducti on to economi cs wi th emphasi s on

the study of
aggregate economi c acti vi ty, nati onal i ncome, pri ce l evel
determi nati on, and economi c growth and devel opment.
(General Studi es Course: SS/SOC)

POS

2041

The obj ecti ve of thi s course i s to provi de you wi th a basi c
i ntroducti on to the worki ngs

of Ameri can government and
pol i ti cs. Thi s course consi sts of the study of the
consti tuti on, government, and federal structure of the
Uni ted States. Federal, state, and l ocal probl ems and i ssues
wi l l be consi dered i n the context of Ameri can pol i ti cal
cul tu
re and hi story. Speci al emphasi s wi l l be pl aced on the
Uni ted States Consti tuti on, the pol i ti cal pri nciples that
underl i e i t, the hi stori cal context i n whi ch i t was framed
and contemporary i nterpretati ons. By the end of the
course you shoul d have gai ned i n
si ght i nto the pol i ti cal
forces and i nsti tuti ons that shape our soci ety and,
reci procal ly, the soci al forces that i nfl uence our
government.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

8.7. I denti fy how transportati on and communi cati on networks contri bute
to the l evel of
economi c devel opment i n di fferent regi ons.

MMC

2000


Pri nci ples, i ssues, organi zati ons and functi ons of fi l m,
radi o, tel evi si on, pri nt and other medi a of mass
communi cati on. Consi derati on of current practi ces and
recent devel opments and thei r i mpl i cations
for the future
di recti on of mass medi a. (General Studi es Course: SS/SOC)

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

8.8. Compare and contrast major regi ons of the worl d.

GEA

2000

Regi onal treatment of the physi cal & cul tural envi ronments
of the worl d. I nterdependence of
peopl es and nati ons of
the worl d wi l l be stressed wi thi n the context of
envi ronmental attri butes and shortcomi ngs and human
responses to envi ronmental opportuni ti es or l i mi tati ons.
(General Studi es Course: SS/SOC) Meets Mul ti cul tural

9. Knowledge of
government and the citizen (i.e., government and civics)

9.1. I denti fy the structure, functi ons, and purposes of government.

EDE 4200

Concept Lesson Pl an

POS

2041

The obj ecti ve of thi s course i s to provi de you wi th a basi c
i ntroducti on to the worki ngs
of Ameri can government and
pol i ti cs. Thi s course consi sts of the study of the
consti tuti on, government, and federal structure of the
Uni ted States. Federal, state, and l ocal probl ems and i ssues
wi l l be consi dered i n the context of Ameri can pol i ti cal
cul tur
e and hi story. Speci al emphasi s wi l l be pl aced on the
Uni ted States Consti tuti on, the pol i ti cal pri nciples that
underl i e i t, the hi stori cal context i n whi ch i t was framed
and contemporary i nterpretati ons. By the end of the
course you shoul d have gai ned i ns
i ght i nto the pol i ti cal
forces and i nsti tuti ons that shape our soci ety and,
reci procal ly, the soci al forces that i nfl uence our
government.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

9.2. Demonstrate knowl edge of the ri ghts and responsi bi liti es of a ci ti zen i n
the worl d,
nati on, state, and communi ty.

EDE 4200

Concept Lesson Pl an

CCJ

2002

Provi des an i ntroducti on to the i ssues of cri me and j usti ce
i n the Uni ted States. Di scusses the compl exi ti es of studyi ng
cri me and eval uates the rol e of vari ous crimi nal j ustice
subsystems. (General Studi es Course: SS/BEH)

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

9.3. I denti fy maj or concepts of the U.S. Consti tuti on and other hi stori cal
documents.

EDE 4200

Concept Lesson Pl an

POS

2041

The obj ecti ve of thi s course i s to provi de you wi th a basi c
i ntroducti on to the worki ngs of Ameri can government and
pol i ti cs. Thi s course consi sts of the study of the
consti tuti on, government, and federal structure of the
Uni ted States. Federal, state, and l ocal probl ems and i ssues
wi l l be consi dered i n the context

of Ameri can pol i ti cal
cul ture and hi story. Speci al emphasi s wi l l be pl aced on the
Uni ted States Consti tuti on, the pol i ti cal pri nciples that
underl i e i t, the hi stori cal context i n whi ch i t was framed
and contemporary i nterpretati ons. By the end of the
cour
se you shoul d have gai ned i nsi ght i nto the pol i ti cal
forces and i nsti tuti ons that shape our soci ety and,
reci procal ly, the soci al forces that i nfl uence our
government.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

9.4. Identi fy how the l egi sl ati ve, executi ve, and judi ci al
branches share
powers and responsi bili ty.

POS

2041


The obj ecti ve of thi s course i s to provi de you wi th a basi c
i ntroducti on to the worki ngs of Ameri can government and
pol i ti cs. Thi s course consi sts of the study of the
consti tuti on, government, and federal

structure of the
Uni ted States. Federal, state, and l ocal probl ems and i ssues
wi l l be consi dered i n the context of Ameri can pol i ti cal
cul ture and hi story. Speci al emphasi s wi l l be pl aced on the
Uni ted States Consti tuti on, the pol i ti cal pri nciples that
und
erl i e i t, the hi stori cal context i n whi ch i t was framed
and contemporary i nterpretati ons. By the end of the
course you shoul d have gai ned i nsi ght i nto the pol i ti cal
forces and i nsti tuti ons that shape our soci ety and,
reci procal ly, the soci al forces that i n
fl uence our
government.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

9.5. Demonstrate knowl edge of the U.S. el ectoral system and the el ecti on
process.

POS

2041

The obj ecti ve of thi s course i s to provi de you wi th a basi c
i ntroducti on to the worki ngs of Ameri can government and
pol i ti cs. Thi s course consi sts of the study of the
consti tuti on, government, and federal structure of the
Uni ted States. Federal, state, and l ocal probl ems and i ssues
wi l l be consi dered i n the context of Ameri can pol i ti cal
cul ture and hi story. Speci al emph
asi s wi l l be pl aced on the
Uni ted States Consti tuti on, the pol i ti cal pri nciples that
underl i e i t, the hi stori cal context i n whi ch i t was framed
and contemporary i nterpretati ons. By the end of the
course you shoul d have gai ned i nsi ght i nto the pol i ti cal
for
ces and i nsti tuti ons that shape our soci ety and,
reci procal ly, the soci al forces that i nfl uence our
government.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

9.6. I denti fy the structures and functi ons of U.S. federal, state, and l ocal
governments.

POS

2041


The obj ecti ve of thi s
course i s to provi de you wi th a basi c
i ntroducti on to the worki ngs of Ameri can government and
pol i ti cs. Thi s course consi sts of the study of the
consti tuti on, government, and federal structure of the
Uni ted States. Federal, state, and l ocal probl ems and i s
sues
wi l l be consi dered i n the context of Ameri can pol i ti cal
cul ture and hi story. Speci al emphasi s wi l l be pl aced on the
Uni ted States Consti tuti on, the pol i ti cal pri nciples that
underl i e i t, the hi stori cal context i n whi ch i t was framed
and contemporary i
nterpretati ons. By the end of the
course you shoul d have gai ned i nsi ght i nto the pol i ti cal
forces and i nsti tuti ons that shape our soci ety and,
reci procal ly, the soci al forces that i nfl uence our
government.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

9.7. Identi fy the
rel ati onshi ps between soci al, economi c, and pol i ti cal ri ghts
and the hi stori cal documents that secure these ri ghts.

POS

2041

The obj ecti ve of thi s course i s to provi de you wi th a basi c
i ntroducti on to the worki ngs of Ameri can government and
pol i ti cs. Thi s
course consi sts of the study of the
consti tuti on, government, and federal structure of the
Uni ted States. Federal, state, and l ocal probl ems and i ssues
wi l l be consi dered i n the context of Ameri can pol i ti cal
cul ture and hi story. Speci al emphasi s wi l l be pl
aced on the
Uni ted States Consti tuti on, the pol i ti cal pri nciples that
underl i e i t, the hi stori cal context i n whi ch i t was framed
and contemporary i nterpretati ons. By the end of the
course you shoul d have gai ned i nsi ght i nto the pol i ti cal
forces and i nsti tu
ti ons that shape our soci ety and,
reci procal ly, the soci al forces that i nfl uence our
government.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

9.8. Demonstrate knowl edge of the processes of the U.S. l egal system.

POS

2041

The obj ecti ve of thi s course i s to provi de you wi th a
basi c
i ntroducti on to the worki ngs of Ameri can government and
pol i ti cs. Thi s course consi sts of the study of the
consti tuti on, government, and federal structure of the
Uni ted States. Federal, state, and l ocal probl ems and i ssues
wi l l be consi dered i n the c
ontext of Ameri can pol i ti cal
cul ture and hi story. Speci al emphasi s wi l l be pl aced on the
Uni ted States Consti tuti on, the pol i ti cal pri nciples that
underl i e i t, the hi stori cal context i n whi ch i t was framed
and contemporary i nterpretati ons. By the end of th
e
course you should have gained insight into the political
forces and institutions that shape our society and,
reciprocally, the social forces that influence our
government.

SSE 4113

Unit Plan

9.9. Identify the roles of the United States in
international relations.

INR

2002

Thi s course i s an i ntroducti on to the study of I nternati onal
Rel ati ons and, as such, i s desi gned to i ntroduce key
concepts and theori es of the fi el d. I n thi s course, we wi l l
survey: (1) three theoreti cal tradi ti ons i n I R;

(2) maj or
causes and outcomes of war; (3) i nternati onal
i nsti tuti ons/organizati ons and cooperati on; (4)
i nternati onal pol iti cal economy; and (5) theori es of forei gn
pol i cy.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

10. Knowledge of production, distribution, and consumption
(i.e., economics)

10.1. Identi fy ways that l i mi ted resources affect the choi ces made by
governments and i ndi vi duals.

ECO2013

Introducti on to economi cs wi th emphasi s on the study of
aggregate economi c acti vi ty, nati onal i ncome, pri ce l evel
determi nati on,
and economi c growth and devel opment.
(General Studi es Course: SS/SOC)

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

10.2. Compare and contrast the characteri stics of di fferent economi c
i nsti tuti ons (e.g., banks, credi t uni ons, stock markets, the Federal Reserve).

ECO

2013


I ntroducti on to economi cs wi th emphasi s on the study of
aggregate economi c acti vi ty, nati onal i ncome, pri ce l evel
determi nati on, and economi c growth and devel opment.
(General Studi es Course: SS/SOC)

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

10.3. I denti fy the rol e of markets
from producti on through di stri buti on to
consumpti on.

ECO

2013

I ntroducti on to economi cs wi th emphasi s on the study of
aggregate economi c acti vi ty, nati onal i ncome, pri ce l evel
determi nati on, and economi c growth and devel opment.
(General Studi es Course: SS/
SOC)

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

10.4. I denti fy factors to consi der when maki ng consumer deci si ons.

ECO

2013

I ntroducti on to economi cs wi th emphasi s on the study of
aggregate economi c acti vi ty, nati onal i ncome, pri ce l evel
determi nati on, and economi c growth and
devel opment.
(General Studi es Course: SS/SOC)

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

10.5. I denti fy the economi c i nterdependence between nati ons (e.g., trade,
fi nance, movement of l abor).

ECO

2013

I ntroducti on to economi cs wi th emphasi s on the study of
aggregate economi c
acti vi ty, nati onal i ncome, pri ce l evel
determi nati on, and economi c growth and devel opment.
(General Studi es Course: SS/SOC)

CPO

2002

The course exami nes several countri es around the worl d to
compare thei r pol i ti cal systems, economi es, and soci eti es.
The

countri es studi ed vary i n terms of l evel of economi c
devel opment as wel l as geographi c l ocati on. The course i s
arranged to emphasi ze the ti mi ng and process of
devel opment, i nsti tuti onal arrangements of government,
as wel l as the i mportance of cul ture i n
nati onal i denti ty.
Topi cs of di scussion i nclude the gl obal ri ch / poor gap,
cul ture cl ash among ci vi l izations, the meani ng of the nati on
state i n the twenty
-
fi rst century, the rel ati onshi p between
rel i gi on and pol i ti cs, the I sl ami c fundamental ist challeng
e,
ethni ci ty and nati onal ism, exporti ng democracy, ci vi c
val ues and parti ci pati on. Contemporary i ssues i n each
country wi l l be exami ned. Attenti on wi l l be gi ven to the
ways that democrati c states di ffer, despi te thei r common
governmental system of democr
acy. However, other
systems of government besi des democracy wi l l al so be
consi dered i ncl udi ng communi sm and theocracy. Through
thi s course, students wi l l devel op an understandi ng of each
country, as wel l as devel op cri teri a for compari ng
si mi l ariti es and

di fferences across countri es. A mai n
component of thi s course i s a short research paper deal i ng
wi th one country outsi de of the Uni ted States and a
contemporary probl em that i t confronts.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

10.6. Identi fy human, natural, and capi tal
resources and how these
resources are used i n the producti on of goods and servi ces.

ECO

2013

I ntroducti on to economi cs wi th emphasi s on the study of
aggregate economi c acti vi ty, nati onal i ncome, pri ce l evel
determi nati on, and economi c growth and devel opmen
t.
(General Studi es Course: SS/SOC)

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

11. Knowledge of instruction and assessment of the social sciences

11.1. I denti fy appropri ate resources for teachi ng soci al science concepts.

EDE 4200

I nformal Presentati on Lesson Pl an, Concept
Lesson Pl an

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

11.2. I denti fy appropri ate assessment methods i n teachi ng soci al science
concepts.

EDE 4200

I nformal Presentati on Lesson Pl an, Concept Lesson Pl an

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

Music, Visual Arts, Physical Education, & Health

12
Knowledge of skills and techniques in music and visual arts



12.1. I denti fy appropri ate vari eti es of musi c (e.g., age
-
appropri ate range
and vocal abi l ity; di verse cul tures, genres, and styl es).

MUE

32
10

Test and Exams

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments;
Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

12.2. I denti fy devel opmental l y appropri ate si ngi ng techni ques (e.g.,
posture, breath support, tone qual i ty, vocal range).

MUE

3210

Pl ayi ng the recorder

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

12.3. I denti fy correct performance techni ques for rhythmi c and mel odi c
cl assroom i nstruments (e.g., nonpi tched percussi on, recorder, autoharp,
keyboard).

MUE

3210

Pl ayi ng the recorder

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

12.4. Read and i nterpret si mpl e, tradi ti onal, and nontradi ti onal musi c
notati on (e.g., mel odi c, rhythmi c, harmoni c).

MUE

3210

Pl ayi ng the recorde
r

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

12.5. Sel ect safe and devel opmental l y appropri ate medi a, techni ques, and
tool s to create both two
-
di mensi onal and three
-
di mensi onal works of art.

MUE 3210

Pl ayi ng the recorder

ARE 3313C


Proj ects

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

12.6. Identi fy appropri ate uses of art materi al s and tool s for devel opi ng
basi c processes and motor ski l ls.

MUE 3210

Pl ayi ng the recorder

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

ARE 3313C

Fi nal

Projects

13 Knowledge of creation and
communication in music and visual arts



13.1. Identi fy the el ements of musi c (e.g., rhythm, mel ody, form, texture,
ti mbre, dynami cs) and ways they are used to express text, i deas, emoti ons,
setti ngs, ti me, and pl ace.

MUE

3210

Test and Exams

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

13.2. Demonstrate knowl edge of strategi es for devel opi ng creati ve
responses through musi c to i deas drawn from text, speech, movement, and
vi sual i mages.

MUE

3210

Lesson Pl an and i nstructi on

EDG 4373

Weekl y
Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

13.3. Demonstrate knowl edge of strategi es for devel opi ng creati ve
responses through art to i deas drawn from text, musi c, speech, movement,
and vi sual i mages.

ARE

3313C


Proj ects


EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm &
Fi nal Exam

13.4. I denti fy the el ements of art and pri nci pl es of desi gn (e.g., l i ne, col or,
shape, form, texture, bal ance, movement) and ways they are used to
express text, i deas, meani ngs, and emoti ons.

ARE

3313C



Proj ec
ts

EDG 4373

Weekly Assignments;

Midterm & Final Exam

14 Knowledge of cultural and historical connections in music and visual arts

14.1. Identify characteristics of style in musical selections.

MUE

3210


Lesson Pl an and i nstructi on

MUL

2110

Musi cal perspecti ves wi thi n Western
ci vi l izati on. Desi gned
to express the correl ati on of musi c, art, and l i terature wi th
Western cul ture. Speci al emphases i ncl ude the nature of
musi c, both past and present, and musi c as
refl ecti on/expressi on of soci ety's vi tal acti vities. (General
Studi es Co
urse: HUM/FA). Credi t cannot be earned i n both
MUH 2110 and MUL 2110.

MUH

2930

Wi th a non
-
tradi ti onal and mul ti
-
cultural approach, speci fic
topi cs i n musi c are offered each semester. Topi cs vary each
semester but i ncl ude such areas as Lati n Ameri can
Musi c,
Jazz, Eastern European Musi c, Musi c of the Far East, etc.
Consul t the current course bul l eti n for semester topi c.
(General Studi es Course: HUM/FA) Meets Mul ti cul tural
requi rement.

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

14.2. Demonstrate knowl edge of how musi c refl ects parti cul ar cultures,
hi stori cal peri ods, and pl aces.

MUL

2110

Musi cal perspecti ves wi thi n Western ci vi l izati on. Desi gned
to express the correl ati on of musi c, art, and l i terature wi th
Western cul ture. Speci
al emphases i ncl ude the nature of
musi c, both past and present, and musi c as
refl ecti on/expressi on of soci ety's vi tal acti vities. (General
Studi es Course: HUM/FA). Credi t cannot be earned i n both
MUH 2110 and MUL 2110.

MUH

2930

Wi th a non
-
tradi ti onal and

mul ti
-
cultural approach, speci fic
topi cs i n musi c are offered each semester. Topi cs vary each
semester but i ncl ude such areas as Lati n Ameri can Musi c,
Jazz, Eastern European Musi c, Musi c of the Far East, etc.
Consul t the current course bul l eti n for semest
er topi c.
(General Studi es Course: HUM/FA) Meets Mul ti cul tural
requi rement.

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

MUE

3210

Test and Exams

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

14.3. I denti fy characteri sti cs of styl e i n works of art.

ARH

10
10

Surveys the
key monuments of Western art and
archi tecture from the upper Pal eol i thi c peri od to the
modern era. Not open to art maj ors. (General Studi es
Course: HUM/FA) Meets Mul ti cul tural requi rement.

ART

1015C

Chal l enges the student to expl ore al ternati ve modes of
percepti on and i nterpretati on, through l ectures,
di scussion, and hands
-
on appl i cation.(general studi es
course: hum/fa)

ART

2821C

Exami nes the cross
-
ferti l ization of vi sual forms vi a vari ous
medi a from pai nti ng and photography to fi l m and
adverti si ng.
I nvesti gates soci al practi ces and i nstituti ons
that produce i mages, and the power of i mages to shape
our opi ni ons and bel i efs. Al so addresses theori es about
modes of seei ng. (General Studi es Course: HUM/FA)

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal
Exam

14.4. Demonstrate knowl edge of how vi sual arts refl ect parti cular cul tures,
hi stori cal peri ods, and pl aces.

ARH

10
10

Surveys the key monuments of Western art and
archi tecture from the upper Pal eol i thi c peri od to the
modern era. Not open to art
maj ors. (General Studi es
Course: HUM/FA) Meets Mul ti cul tural requi rement.

ART

1015C

Chal l enges the student to expl ore al ternati ve modes of
percepti on and i nterpretati on, through l ectures,
di scussion, and hands
-
on appl i cation.(general studi es
course: hum/
fa)

ART

2821C

Exami nes the cross
-
ferti l ization of vi sual forms vi a vari ous
medi a from pai nti ng and photography to fi l m and
adverti si ng. I nvesti gates soci al practi ces and i nstituti ons
that produce i mages, and the power of i mages to shape
our opi ni ons and
bel i efs. Al so addresses theori es about
modes of seei ng. (General Studi es Course: HUM/FA)

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

15 Knowledge of aesthetic and critical analysis of music and visual arts

15.1. Identi fy strategi es for devel opi ng students' anal yti cal skills to eval uate
musi cal performance.

MUE

3210

Lesson Pl an and i nstructi on

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

15.2. I denti fy strategi es for devel opi ng students' anal yti cal skills to eval uate
works of art.

ARE

3313C


Proj ects

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

16 Knowledge of appropriate assessment strategies in music and visual arts

16.1. I denti fy a vari ety of devel opmental l y appropri ate strategi es and
materi al s for assessing ski lls, techni ques, creati vi ty, and communi cati on i n
musi c.

MUE

3210

Lesson Pl an and i nstructi on

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

16.2. I denti fy a vari ety of devel opmental l y appropri ate strategi es and
materi al s for assessing ski lls, techni ques, creati vi ty, and communi cati on i n
vi sual arts.

ARE

3313C


Fi nal
Proj ects

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

17 Knowledge of

personal health and wellness

17.1. Demonstrate knowl edge of the i nterrel atedness of physi cal acti vity,
fi tness, and heal th.

HLP

2081

Thi s course i s desi gned to hel p each student understand
the val ue of wel l ness or total wel l bei ng and acqui re the
knowl edge necessary to achi eve i t. The course covers the
i nterrel ati onships among si x aspects of wel l ness: physi cal,
emoti onal, soci al, i ntel l ectual, spi ritual, and envi ronmental.
Emphasi s i s pl aced on the physi cal di mension of wel l ness,
parti cul arly ph
ysi cal fi tness, stress management, and
nutri ti on.

HLP 4722

Exams Qui zzes

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

17.2. Demonstrate basi c knowl edge of nutri ti on and i ts rol e i n promoti ng
heal th.

HSC

2577

Expl ores fundamental pri nci ples of
nutri ti on emphasi zi ng
the promoti on of human growth and heal th. Provi des
students wi th an understandi ng of nutri ents and thei r rol es
i n the body whi l e exami ni ng current i ssues i n food sci ence.

HSC

2100

Thi s course provi des i nformati on on personal heal th
i ssues
from whi ch students may base current and future deci si ons
regardi ng thei r heal th and wel l ness. The course promotes
an envi ronment where effecti ve deci si on maki ng ski l ls can
be acqui red through structured group i nteracti on.

HLP 4722

Exams Qui zzes

17.3. I denti fy the processes of deci si on maki ng and goal setti ng i n
promoti ng i ndi vi dual heal th and wel l ness.

HLP

2081

Thi s course i s desi gned to hel p each student understand
the val ue of wel l ness or total wel l bei ng and acqui re the
knowl edge necessary to

achi eve i t. The course covers the
i nterrel ati onships among si x aspects of wel l ness: physi cal,
emoti onal, soci al, i ntel l ectual, spi ritual, and envi ronmental.
Emphasi s i s pl aced on the physi cal di mension of wel l ness,
parti cul arly physi cal fi tness, stress

management, and
nutri ti on.

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments, Mi dterm & Fi nal Exams

17.4. Demonstrate knowl edge of common heal th probl ems and ri sk
HSC

2100

Thi s course provi des i nformati on on personal heal th i ssues
behavi ors associated wi th them.

from whi ch

students may base current and future deci si ons
regardi ng thei r heal th and wel l ness. The course promotes
an envi ronment where effecti ve deci si on maki ng ski l ls can
be acqui red through structured group i nteracti on.

HSC

2577

Expl ores fundamental pri nci ples
of nutri ti on emphasi zi ng
the promoti on of human growth and heal th. Provi des
students wi th an understandi ng of nutri ents and thei r rol es
i n the body whi l e exami ni ng current i ssues i n food sci ence.

HLP 4722

Exams Qui zzes

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments;
Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

18 Knowledge of physical, social, and emotional growth and development

18.1. I denti fy the pri nci ples of sequenti al progressi on of motor ski l l
devel opment.

DEP

2004

Survey of maj or themes and recent fi ndi ngs i n the area of
human
devel opment across the l i fe span. Emphasi s wi l l be
on the maj or transi ti ons from fetal devel opment through
death i n the physi cal, cogni ti ve, soci al, and emoti onal
domai ns. The i mpact of ethni c, gender, and cul tural factors
on devel opment wi l l be exami ned.
(General Studi es
Course: SS/BEH)

HLP 4722

I ntegrated Lesson Presentati on

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

18.2. Demonstrate knowl edge of human growth and devel opment and i ts
rel ati onshi p to physi cal, social, and emoti onal wel l
-
bei ng.

DEP

2004

Survey of maj or themes and recent fi ndi ngs i n the area of
human devel opment across the l i fe span. Emphasi s wi l l be
on the maj or transi ti ons from fetal devel opment through
death i n the physi cal, cogni ti ve, soci al, and emoti onal
domai ns. The i mpact

of ethni c, gender, and cul tural factors
on devel opment wi l l be exami ned. (General Studi es
Course: SS/BEH)

EDE 4200

Di rect I nstructi on Lesson Pl an,
Mi cro
-
Teachi ng & Cri ti que

HLP 4722

I ntegrated Lesson Presentati on

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm

& Fi nal Exam

18.3. I denti fy maj or factors associated wi th soci al and emoti onal heal th
(e.g., communi cati on ski l ls, sel f
-
concept, fai r pl ay, confl i ct resol uti on,
character devel opment, stress management).

DEP

2004

Survey of maj or themes and recent
fi ndi ngs i n the area of
human devel opment across the l i fe span. Emphasi s wi l l be
on the maj or transi ti ons from fetal devel opment through
death i n the physi cal, cogni ti ve, soci al, and emoti onal
domai ns. The i mpact of ethni c, gender, and cul tural factors
on
devel opment wi l l be exami ned. (General Studi es
Course: SS/BEH)

PSY

2012

A survey of methods, theori es, and body of knowl edge of
contemporary psychol ogy, i ncl udi ng such topi cs as
l earni ng, moti vati on, sensati on and percepti on,
devel opment, thi nki ng,
personal i ty, soci al behavi or,
psychol ogi cal adj ustment, and methods of therapy.
(General Studi es Course: SS/BEH)

HLP 4722

Integrated Lesson Presentati on

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

18.4. Identi fy probl ems associ ated wi th physi cal, social, and emoti onal
heal th.

DEP2004

Survey of major themes and recent fi ndi ngs i n the area of
human devel opment across the l i fe span. Emphasi s wi l l be
on the major transi ti ons from fetal devel opment thro
ugh
death i n the physi cal, cogni ti ve, soci al, and emoti onal
domai ns. The i mpact of ethni c, gender, and cul tural factors
on devel opment wi l l be exami ned. (General Studi es
Course: SS/BEH)

PSY

2012

A survey of methods, theori es, and body of knowl edge of
contemporary psychol ogy, i ncl udi ng such topi cs as
l earni ng, moti vati on, sensati on and percepti on,
devel opment, thi nki ng, personal i ty, soci al behavi or,
psychol ogi cal adj ustment, and methods of therapy.
(General Studi es Course: SS/BEH)

EDG 4373

Weekl y
Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

18.5. I denti fy factors rel ated to responsi ble sexual behavi or.

PSY

2012

A survey of methods, theori es, and body of knowl edge of
contemporary psychol ogy, i ncl udi ng such topi cs as
l earni ng, moti vati on, sensati on and
percepti on,
devel opment, thi nki ng, personal i ty, soci al behavi or,
psychol ogi cal adj ustment, and methods of therapy.
(General Studi es Course: SS/BEH)

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

19 Knowledge of community health and safety issues

19.1. I denti fy factors contri buti ng to substance use and abuse and i denti fy
si gns, symptoms, effects, and strategi es for the preventi on of substance
abuse.

PSY

2012

A survey of methods, theori es, and body of knowl edge of
contemporary psychol ogy, i ncl udi ng

such topi cs as
l earni ng, moti vati on, sensati on and percepti on,
devel opment, thi nki ng, personal i ty, soci al behavi or,
psychol ogi cal adj ustment, and methods of therapy.
(General Studi es Course: SS/BEH)

HLP 4722

Group Presentati on

EDG 4373

Weekl y
Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

19.2. Demonstrate knowl edge of resources from home, school, and
communi ty that provi de val i d heal th i nformati on, products, and servi ces.

HSC 3406
c

Study and practi ce of standard fi rst ai d procedures whi ch
are essenti al
for survi val i n emergency and di sastrous
si tuati ons. Cardi opulmonary resuscitation method wi l l be
i ncl uded. Red Cross certi fi cation wi l l be avai l able to
students who meet current standards. Materi al and suppl y
fee wi l l be assessed. Credi t may not be earned

i n both HSC
3402C and HSC 3406C.

HLP 4722

Group Presentati on

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

19.3. I denti fy appropri ate vi ol ence preventi on strategi es i n the home,
school, and communi ty.

HSC 3406c


Study and practi ce of standard
fi rst ai d procedures whi ch
are essenti al for survi val i n emergency and di sastrous
si tuati ons. Cardi opulmonary resuscitation method wi l l be
i ncl uded. Red Cross certi fi cation wi l l be avai l able to
students who meet current standards. Materi al and suppl y
fee w
i l l be assessed. Credi t may not be earned i n both HSC
3402C and HSC 3406C.

HLP 4722

Group Presentati on

SSE 4113

Uni t Pl an

19.4. Identi fy appropri ate i njury preventi on and safety strategi es i n the
home, school, and communi ty.

HSC 3406c

Study and
practi ce of standard fi rst ai d procedures whi ch
are essenti al for survi val i n emergency and di sastrous
si tuati ons. Cardi opulmonary resuscitation method wi l l be
i ncl uded. Red Cross certi fi cation wi l l be avai l able to
students who meet current standards. Mate
ri al and suppl y
fee wi l l be assessed. Credi t may not be earned i n both HSC
3402C and HSC 3406C.

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

HLP 4722

Group Presentati on

20 Knowledge of subject content and appropriate curriculum design

20.1. Di sti ngui sh between devel opmental l y appropri ate and i nappropri ate
i nstructi onal practices that consi der the i nteracti on of cogni ti ve, affecti ve,
and psychomotor domai ns.

HLP

4722

I ntegrated Lesson Presentati on

EDF 2085

Di scussion 1a (Proj ect
I mpl i c
it), Di scussion 1b (My Fami l y),

Di scussion 1c (Expectati ons),

Di scussion 2 (Lesson of a
Li feti me)
,
Di scussion 3 (Di versi ty Proj ect)
,
Di scussions 4 to
10 and Case Anal ysi s Assignment

Wri ti ng Assi gnment 1 (Li ttl e Rock 9)
,
Wri ti ng Assi gnment 2
(It’s El e
mentary)
,
Wri ti ng Assi gnment 3 (My Students)

Wri ti ng Assi gnment 4 (Curri cul um Pl anni ng), Wri ti ng
Assi gnment 5 (Refl ecti on), Qui z, Ethnography Paper

20.2. Identi fy vari ous factors (e.g., envi ronment, equi pment, faci l iti es,
space, safety, group di versi ty) to consi der when pl anni ng physi cal activi ties.

HLP

4722

I ntegrated Lesson Presentati on

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

EDF 2085

Di scussion 1a (Proj ect I mpl i cit), Di scussion 1b (My Fami l y)
,

Di scussion 1c (Expectati ons),

Di scussion 2 (Lesson of a
Li feti me)
,
Di scussion 3 (Di versi ty Proj ect)
,
Di scussions 4 to
10 and Case Anal ysi s Assignment

Wri ti ng Assi gnment 1 (Li ttl e Rock 9)
,
Wri ti n
g Assi gnment 2
(It’s El ementary)
,
Wri ti ng Assi gnment 3 (My Students)

Wri ti ng Assi gnment 4 (Curri cul um Pl anni ng), Wri ti ng
Assi gnment 5 (Refl ecti on), Qui z, Ethnography Paper

20.3. Anal yze the i nfl uence of cul ture, medi a, technol ogy, and other factors
when pl anni ng heal th and wel l ness i nstructi on.

HLP

4722

Group Presentati on

EDG 4373

Weekl y Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

EDF 2085

Di scussion 1a (Proj ect I mpl i cit), Di scussion 1b (My
Fami l y),

Di scussion 1c (Expectati ons),
Di scussion 2 (Lesson of a
Li feti me)
,
Di scussion 3 (Di versi ty Proj ect)
,
Di scussions 4 to
10 and Case Anal ysi s Assignment

Wri ti ng Assi gnment 1 (Li ttl e Rock 9)
,
Wri ti ng
Assi gnment 2
(It’s El ementary)
,
Wri ti ng Assi gnment 3 (My Students)

Wri ti ng Assi gnment 4 (Curri cul um Pl anni ng), Wri ti ng
Assi gnment 5 (Refl ecti on), Qui z, Ethnography Paper

Science & Technology

21 Knowledge of the nature of matter

21.1. Identi fy the fundamental physi cal properti es of matter (e.g., mass,
vol ume).

PHY

1020

An i ntroductory survey of the natural l aws of the uni verse.
Presents the basi c concepts associated wi th the sci enti fi c
method, force and moti on, matter and energy,

el ectri ci ty
and magneti sm, the atom and the sol ar system. Open to
el ementary educati on and other non
-
sci ence maj ors.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2053

Mechani cs, heat, waves, and sound. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

EDG 4373

Weekl y
Assi gnments; Mi dterm & Fi nal Exam

SCE 4310

Themati c Uni t Constructi on,

Gui ded I nqui ry/

Questi oni ng Techni ques

PHY

2048

Li near and rotati onal moti on of obj ects i n 1, 2, and 3
di mensi ons, concepts of work and energy, osci l lations and
waves, heat and
thermodynami cs. (General Studi es Course:
NS/LEC)

21.2. Compare physi cal and chemi cal changes (e.g., cutti ng, burni ng,
rusti ng).

CHM

1020

I ntroduces the non
-
sci enti st to current and cri ti cal i ssues in
chemi stry. Readi ngs from popul ar sci ence publ i cati ons.

Di scussion on topi cs such as pol ymers, radioactivity, toxi c
chemi cal s, energy, etc. Regi strati on for the correspondi ng
l ab i s encouraged but not requi red. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

CHM

1032

A one semester course presenti ng an i ntroducti on to the
pri nci pl es of general chemi stry. Desi gned for students
maj ori ng i n sci ences other than bi ol ogy and chemi stry.
Cannot be used to sati sfy maj or requi rements i n chemi stry
or bi ol ogy. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

CHM

2045

Chemi cal and physi cal
properti es, rel ati onship between
observabl es and concepts and the devel opment of a
theoreti cal framework. Topi cs wi l l i nclude atomi c and
mol ecul ar structure, theori es of bondi ng, properti es of the
el ements and peri odi ci ty. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)
A grade of "C
-
" or hi gher i s requi red i n prerequi si te
courses.

SCE 4310

Gui ded I nqui ry/

Questi oni ng Techni ques

21.3. Compare the characteri sti cs of el ements, compounds, and mi xtures.

CHM

1020

I ntroduces the non
-
sci enti st to current and cri ti cal i ssues

in
chemi stry. Readi ngs from popul ar sci ence publ i cati ons.
Di scussion on topi cs such as pol ymers, radioactivity, toxi c
chemi cal s, energy, etc. Regi strati on for the correspondi ng
l ab i s encouraged but not requi red. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

CHM

1032

A one semester course presenti ng an i ntroducti on to the
pri nci pl es of general chemi stry. Desi gned for students
maj ori ng i n sci ences other than bi ol ogy and chemi stry.
Cannot be used to sati sfy maj or requi rements i n chemi stry
or bi ol ogy. (General Studi e
s Course: NS/LEC)

CHM

2045

Chemi cal and physi cal properti es, rel ati onship between
observabl es and concepts and the devel opment of a
theoreti cal framework. Topi cs wi l l i nclude atomi c and
mol ecul ar structure, theori es of bondi ng, properti es of the
el ements

and peri odi ci ty. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)
A grade of "C
-
" or hi gher i s requi red i n prerequi si te
courses.

SCE 4310

Gui ded I nqui ry/ Questi oni ng Techni ques

21.4. Compare the physi cal properti es of sol i ds, l i quids, and gases (e.g.,
mass, vol ume, col or, texture, hardness, temperature).

CHM

1020

I ntroduces the non
-
sci enti st to current and cri ti cal i ssues in
chemi stry. Readi ngs from popul ar sci ence publ i cati ons.

Di scussion on topi cs such as pol ymers, radioactivity, toxi c
chemi cal s, energy, etc. Regi strati on for the correspondi ng
l ab i s encouraged but not requi red. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

CHM

1032

A one semester course presenti ng an i ntroducti on to the
pri nci pl es of general chemi stry. Desi gned for students
maj ori ng i n sci ences other than bi ol ogy and chemi stry.
Cannot be used to sati sfy maj or requi rements i n chemi stry
or bi ol ogy. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

CHM

2045

Chemi cal and physi cal
properti es, rel ati onship between
observabl es and concepts and the devel opment of a
theoreti cal framework. Topi cs wi l l i nclude atomi c and
mol ecul ar structure, theori es of bondi ng, properti es of the
el ements and peri odi ci ty. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)
A grade of "C
-
" or hi gher i s requi red i n prerequi si te
courses.

21.5. Compare the properti es of l i qui ds during phase change through
heati ng and cool i ng (e.g., boi l i ng, mel ti ng, freezi ng, evaporati on,
condensati on).

CHM

1020

I ntroduces the non
-
sci enti st to

current and cri ti cal i ssues in
chemi stry. Readi ngs from popul ar sci ence publ i cati ons.
Di scussion on topi cs such as pol ymers, radioactivity, toxi c
chemi cal s, energy, etc. Regi strati on for the correspondi ng
l ab i s encouraged but not requi red. (General Studi
es
Course: NS/LEC)

CHM

1032

A one semester course presenti ng an i ntroducti on to the
pri nci pl es of general chemi stry. Desi gned for students
majori ng i n sci ences other than bi ol ogy and chemi stry.
Cannot be used to sati sfy major requi rements i n chemi stry
or

bi ol ogy. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

CHM

2045

Chemi cal and physi cal properti es, rel ati onship between
observabl es and concepts and the devel opment of a
theoreti cal framework. Topi cs wi l l i nclude atomi c and
mol ecul ar structure, theori es of bondi ng,
properti es of the
el ements and peri odi ci ty. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)
A grade of "C
-
" or hi gher i s requi red i n prerequi si te
courses.

21.6. Demonstrate knowl edge that al l matter i s composed of parts too
smal l to be seen (e.g., el ectrons, protons, neutrons).

CHM

1020

I ntroduces the non
-
sci enti st to current and cri ti cal i ssues in
chemi stry. Readi ngs from popul ar sci ence publ i cati ons.
Di sc
ussion on topi cs such as pol ymers, radioactivity, toxi c
chemi cal s, energy, etc. Regi strati on for the correspondi ng
l ab i s encouraged but not requi red. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

CHM

1032

A one semester course presenti ng an i ntroducti on to the
pri nci pl es of general chemi stry. Desi gned for students
maj ori ng i n sci ences other than bi ol ogy and chemi stry.
Cannot be used to sati sfy maj or requi rements i n chemi stry
or bi ol ogy. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

CHM

2045

Chemi cal and physi cal
properti es, rel ati onship between
observabl es and concepts and the devel opment of a
theoreti cal framework. Topi cs wi l l i nclude atomi c and
mol ecul ar structure, theori es of bondi ng, properti es of the
el ements and peri odi ci ty. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)
A grade of "C
-
" or hi gher i s requi red i n prerequi si te
courses.

22 Knowledge of forces, motion, and energy

22.1. Demonstrate knowl edge of temperature, heat, and heat transfer.

PHY

1020

An i ntroductory survey of the natural l aws of the uni verse.
Presents
the basi c concepts associated wi th the sci enti fi c
method, force and moti on, matter and energy, el ectri ci ty
and magneti sm, the atom and the sol ar system. Open to
el ementary educati on and other non
-
sci ence maj ors.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2053

Mechani cs, heat, waves, and sound. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2054

Conti nuati on of PHY 2053. Li ght, el ectri ci ty and magneti sm;
el ementary quantum theory; atomi c, nucl ear and parti cl e
physi cs. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

SCE 4310

Gui ded
I nqui ry/Questi oni ng Techni ques

22.2. I denti fy the types and characteri sti cs of contact forces (e.g., pushes
and pul l s, fri cti on) and at
-
a
-
di stance forces (e.g., magneti c, gravi tati onal,
EDE 4200

Gui ded Di scovery Lesson Pl ans and data from

experi ments

PHY

1020

An i ntroductory survey of the natural l aws of the uni verse.
el ectrostati c).

Presents the basi c concepts associated wi th the sci enti fi c
method, force and moti on, matter and energy, el ectri ci ty
and magneti sm, the atom and the sol ar system. Open to
el ementary educati on and other non
-
sci ence majors.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2053

Mechani cs, heat, waves, and sound. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2054

Conti nuati on of PHY 2053. Li ght, el ectri ci ty and magneti sm;
el ementary quantum
theory; atomi c, nucl ear and parti cl e
physi cs. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

22.3. Appl y knowl edge of l i ght and opti cs to practi cal applicati ons (i.e.,
refl ecti on, refracti on, di ffusi on).

PHY

1020

An i ntroductory survey of the natural l aws of the
uni verse.
Presents the basi c concepts associated wi th the sci enti fi c
method, force and moti on, matter and energy, el ectri ci ty
and magneti sm, the atom and the sol ar system. Open to
el ementary educati on and other non
-
sci ence maj ors.
(General Studi es Course:
NS/LEC)

PHY

2053

Mechani cs, heat, waves, and sound. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2054



Conti nuati on of PHY 2053. Li ght, el ectri ci ty and magneti sm;
el ementary quantum theory; atomi c, nucl ear and parti cl e
physi cs. (General Studi es Course:
NS/LEC)

SCE 4310

Gui ded I nqui ry/Questi oni ng Techni ques

22.4. Appl y knowl edge of el ectri cal currents, ci rcuits, conductors,
i nsul ators, and stati c el ectri city to real
-
worl d si tuati ons.

PHY

1020

An i ntroductory survey of the natural l aws of the uni verse.

Presents the basi c concepts associated wi th the sci enti fi c
method, force and moti on, matter and energy, el ectri ci ty
and magneti sm, the atom and the sol ar system. Open to
el ementary educati on and other non
-
sci ence maj ors.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2053

Mechani cs, heat, waves, and sound. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2054

Conti nuati on of PHY 2053. Li ght, el ectri ci ty and magneti sm;
el ementary quantum theory; atomi c, nucl ear and parti cl e
physi cs. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

SCE
4310

Gui ded I nqui ry/Questi oni ng Techni ques

22.5. Di sti ngui sh between di fferent types of energy (e.g., chemi cal,
el ectri cal, mechani cal, el ectromagneti c, heat, l i ght, sound, sol ar) and thei r
characteri stics as they appl y to real
-
worl d si tuati ons.

PHY

1020

An i ntroductory survey of the natural l aws of the uni verse.
Presents the basi c concepts associated wi th the sci enti fi c
method, force and moti on, matter and energy, el ectri ci ty
and magneti sm, the atom and the sol ar system. Open to
el ementary educati on and
other non
-
sci ence maj ors.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2053

Mechani cs, heat, waves, and sound. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2054

Conti nuati on of PHY 2053. Li ght, el ectri ci ty and magneti sm;
el ementary quantum theory; atomi c, nucl ear and
parti cl e
physi cs. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

SCE 4310

Gui ded I nqui ry/Questi oni ng Techni ques

22.6. Appl y knowl edge of the abi l i ty of energy to cause moti on or create
change.

PHY

1020

An i ntroductory survey of the natural l aws of the uni verse.
Presents the basi c concepts associated wi th the sci enti fi c
method, force and moti on, matter and energy, el ectri ci ty
and magneti sm, the atom and the sol ar system. Open to
el ementary educati on and other non
-
sci ence maj ors.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2053

Mechani cs, heat, waves, and sound. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2054

Conti nuati on of PHY 2053. Li ght, el ectri ci ty and magneti sm;
el ementary quantum theory; atomi c, nucl ear and parti cl e
physi cs. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

SCE 4310

Gui ded I nqui ry/Questi oni ng Techni ques

22.7. Demonstrate knowl edge that el ectri cal energy can be transformed
i nto heat, l i ght, mechani cal, and sound energy.

SCE 4310

Themati c Uni t Constructi on

PHY

1020

An i ntroductory survey of the natural l aws of the

uni verse.
Presents the basi c concepts associated wi th the sci enti fi c
method, force and moti on, matter and energy, el ectri ci ty
and magneti sm, the atom and the sol ar system. Open to
el ementary educati on and other non
-
sci ence maj ors.
(General Studi es Course:

NS/LEC)

PHY

2053

Mechani cs, heat, waves, and sound. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2054

Conti nuati on of PHY 2053. Li ght, el ectri ci ty and magneti sm;
el ementary quantum theory; atomi c, nucl ear and parti cl e
physi cs. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

22.8. Demonstrate knowl edge of potenti al and ki neti c energy.

PHY

1020

An i ntroductory survey of the natural l aws of the uni verse.
Presents the basi c concepts associated wi th the sci enti fi c
method, force and moti on, matter and energy, el ectri ci ty
and
magneti sm, the atom and the sol ar system. Open to
el ementary educati on and other non
-
sci ence maj ors.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2053

Mechani cs, heat, waves, and sound. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2054

Conti nuati on of PHY 2053. Li ght,

el ectri ci ty and magneti sm;
el ementary quantum theory; atomi c, nucl ear and parti cl e
physi cs. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

SCE 4310

Gui ded I nqui ry/Questi oni ng Techni ques

22.9. Demonstrate knowl edge that moti on of al l matter can be changed by
PHY

1020

An i ntroductory survey of the natural l aws of the uni verse.
forces, observed, descri bed, and measured.

Presents the basi c concepts associated wi th the sci enti fi c
method, forc
e and moti on, matter and energy, el ectri ci ty
and magneti sm, the atom and the sol ar system. Open to
el ementary educati on and other non
-
sci ence majors.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2053

Mechani cs, heat, waves, and sound. (General Studi es
Course:
NS/LEC)

PHY

2054

Conti nuati on of PHY 2053. Li ght, el ectri ci ty and magneti sm;
el ementary quantum theory; atomi c, nucl ear and parti cl e
physi cs. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

SCE 4310

Gui ded I nqui ry/Questi oni ng Techni ques

22.10. Di fferenti ate between bal anced and unbal anced forces and how
they affect obj ects.

PHY

1020

An i ntroductory survey of the natural l aws of the uni verse.
Presents the basi c concepts associated wi th the sci enti fi c
method, force and moti on, matter and e
nergy, el ectri ci ty
and magneti sm, the atom and the sol ar system. Open to
el ementary educati on and other non
-
sci ence maj ors.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2053

Mechani cs, heat, waves, and sound. (General Studi es
Course: NS/LEC)

PHY

2054



Conti nuati on of PHY 2053. Li ght, el ectri ci ty and magneti sm;
el ementary quantum theory; atomi c, nucl ear and parti cl e
physi cs. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

SCE 4310

I nteracti ve Di scussions

23 Knowledge of Earth and space

23.1. I denti fy characteri sti cs of geol ogi c formati ons (e.g., vol canoes,
canyons, mountai ns) and the mechani sms by whi ch they are changed (e.g.,
physi cal and chemi cal weatheri ng, erosi on, pl ate tectoni cs).

GLY

2010/L

GLY2010,
Materi al, structures, surface
features of the
earth and processes that have produced them. (General
Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

SCE 4310

Gui ded I nqui ry/Questi oni ng Techni ques

23.2. I denti fy the characteri stics of soi l and the process of soi l formati on.

GEO

1200/L

Rel ati onshi p between
natural envi ronment and man.
Weather, cl i mate, soi l s, bi ogeography and l and forms.
Physi cal earth treated so that the student gai ns
appreci ati on of man's pl ace and acti vi ti es wi thi n hi s/her
envi ronment. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC) Materi al
and suppl y
fee wi l l be assessed for correspondi ng l ab.

SCE 4310

I nteracti ve Di scussions

23.3. I denti fy the maj or groups and properti es of rocks and mi neral s,
exampl es of each, and the processes of thei r formati on.

GLY

2010/L

GLY2010,
Materi al, structures, surface

features of the
earth and processes that have produced them. (General
Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

SCE 4310

Laboratory I nvesti gati ons, ESOL I ntegrati on

23.4. Identi fy ways i n whi ch l and, ai r, and water i nteract (e.g., soi l
absorpti on, runoff, water cycl e, atmospheri c condi ti ons, weather patterns).

GEO

1200/L

Rel ati onshi p between natural envi ronment and man.
Weather, cl i mate, soi l s, bi ogeography and l and
forms.
Physi cal earth treated so that the student gai ns
appreci ati on of man's pl ace and acti vi ti es wi thi n hi s/her
envi ronment. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC) Materi al
and suppl y fee wi l l be assessed for correspondi ng l ab.

SCE 4310

Themati c Uni t
Constructi on

23.5. Di fferenti ate between radi ati on, conducti on, and convecti on, the
three mechani sms by whi ch heat i s transferred through Earth's system.

GEO

1200/L

Rel ati onshi p between natural envi ronment and man.
Weather, cl i mate, soi l s, bi ogeography
and l and forms.
Physi cal earth treated so that the student gai ns
appreci ati on of man's pl ace and acti vi ti es wi thi n hi s/her
envi ronment. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC) Materi al
and suppl y fee wi l l be assessed for correspondi ng l ab.

SCE 4310

Themati c
Uni t Constructi on

23.6. Identi fy the components of Earth's sol ar system and compare thei r
i ndi vi dual characteri sti cs.

AST

3033

Comprehensi ve survey of the uni verse and i ts appearance
from earth. Seasons, ti des, ecl i pses. The sol ar system,
stel l ar
evol uti on and gal axies. Quasars, pul sars, bl ack hol es.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

SCE 4310

I nteracti ve Di scussions

23.7. Demonstrate knowl edge of Earth's pl ace i n our changi ng uni verse
(e.g., hi story and purposes of space expl orati on, vastness of space).

AST

3033

Comprehensi ve survey of the uni verse and i ts appearance
from earth. Seasons, ti des, ecl i pses. The sol ar sy
stem,
stel l ar evol uti on and gal axies. Quasars, pul sars, bl ack hol es.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

SCE 4310

I nteracti ve Di scussions

23.8. Demonstrate knowl edge of the phases of the Moon and the Moon's
effect on Earth.

AST

3033

Comprehensi ve survey
of the uni verse and i ts appearance
from earth. Seasons, ti des, ecl i pses. The sol ar system,
stel l ar evol uti on and gal axies. Quasars, pul sars, bl ack hol es.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

GEO1200

Rel ati onshi p between natural envi ronment and man.
Weather,
cl i mate, soi l s, bi ogeography and l and forms.
Physi cal earth treated so that the student gai ns
appreci ati on of man's pl ace and acti vi ti es wi thi n hi s/her
envi ronment. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC) Materi al
and suppl y fee wi l l be assessed for correspondi ng

l ab.

SCE 4310

I nteracti ve Di scussions, , ESOL I ntegrati on

23.9. I denti fy Earth's ti l t and orbi tal pattern and how they determi ne the
seasons.

AST 3033

Comprehensi ve survey of the uni verse and i ts appearance
from earth. Seasons, ti des, ecl i pses. The
sol ar system,
stel l ar evol uti on and gal axies. Quasars, pul sars, bl ack hol es.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

GEO1200

Rel ati onshi p between natural envi ronment and man.
Weather, cl i mate, soi l s, bi ogeography and l and forms.
Physi cal earth treated so that
the student gai ns
appreci ati on of man's pl ace and acti vi ti es wi thi n hi s/her
envi ronment. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC) Materi al
and suppl y fee wi l l be assessed for correspondi ng l ab.

SCE 4310

Interacti ve Di scussions

23.10. Anal yze vari ous conservation methods and thei r effecti veness i n
rel ati on to renewabl e and nonrenewabl e natural resources.

GEO 1200/L

Rel ati onshi p between natural envi ronment and man.
Weather, cl i mate, soi l s, bi ogeography and l and forms.
Physi cal ea
rth treated so that the student gai ns
appreci ati on of man's pl ace and acti vi ti es wi thi n hi s/her
envi ronment. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC) Materi al
and suppl y fee wi l l be assessed for correspondi ng l ab.

SCE 4310

Interacti ve Di scussions

23.11. Identi fy the sun as a star and i ts effect on Earth (e.g., radi ant energy,
heat, l i ght).

AST 3033

Comprehensi ve survey of the uni verse and i ts appearance
from earth. Seasons, ti des, ecl i pses. The sol ar system,
stel l ar evol uti on and gal axies. Quasars
, pul sars, bl ack hol es.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

GEO1200

Rel ati onshi p between natural envi ronment and man.
Weather, cl i mate, soi l s, bi ogeography and l and forms.
Physi cal earth treated so that the student gai ns
appreci ati on of man's pl ace and
acti vi ti es wi thi n hi s/her
envi ronment. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC) Materi al
and suppl y fee wi l l be assessed for correspondi ng l ab.

SCE 4310

Themati c Uni t Constructi on

24 Knowledge of life science

24.1. Compare and contrast l i vi ng and nonl i ving thi ngs.

EDE 4200

Concept Lesson Pl an

BSC

1005
/L


Survey of abiotic and biotic principles as they apply to basic
structural and functional topics at the cellular, organismal,
population and community
levels; and the application of
these principles to issues of current interest. (General
Studies Course: NS/LEC)

24.2. Distinguish between infectious agents (e.g., viruses, bacteria, fungi,
parasites) and their effects on the human body.

BSC

1005
/L

Survey of abiotic and biotic principles as they apply to basic
structural and functional topics at the cellular, organismal,
population and community levels; and the application of
these principles to issues of current interest. (General
Studies Course: NS
/LEC)

ZOO

1010

I ntroducti on to the basi c pri nciples i n ani mal bi ology
presented as an i ntegrated revi ew of morphol ogy,
physi ol ogy, geneti cs, devel opment, systemati cs, evol uti on
and ecol ogy. Provi des foundati on for further study i n
zool ogy. Materi al and
suppl y fee wi l l be assessed for
correspondi ng l ab. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

SCE 4310

Themati c Uni t Constructi on

24.3. Di fferenti ate structures and functi ons of pl ant and ani mal cel l s.

BOT

2010

I ntroducti on to the basi c concepts whi ch appl y to al l pl ants
i ncl udi ng cel l theory, bi osyntheti c processes, physi ologi cal
response, devel opment and reproducti on, as wel l as
consi derati on of pl ant morphol ogy, systemati cs and
evol uti on. Materi al and suppl y f
ee wi l l be assessed for
correspondi ng l ab. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

BSC

1005
/L


Survey of abiotic and biotic principles as they apply to basic
structural and functional topics at the cellular, organismal,
population and community levels; and the
application of
these principles to issues of current interest. (General
Studies Course: NS/LEC)

24.4. Identify the major steps of plants' physiological processes of
photosynthesis, transpiration, reproduction, and respiration.

EDE 4200

Concept Lesson
Plan

BOT

2010


I ntroducti on to the basi c concepts whi ch appl y to al l pl ants
i ncl udi ng cel l theory, bi osyntheti c processes, physi ologi cal
response, devel opment and reproducti on, as wel l as
consi derati on of pl ant morphol ogy, systemati cs

and
evol uti on. Materi al and suppl y fee wi l l be assessed for
correspondi ng l ab. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

24.5. Demonstrate knowl edge of how pl ants respond to sti mul i (e.g., heat,
l i ght, gravi ty).

BOT

2010

I ntroducti on to the basi c concepts whi ch appl y to al l pl ants
i ncl udi ng cel l theory, bi osyntheti c processes, physi ologi cal
response, devel opment and reproducti on, as wel l as
consi derati on of pl ant morphol ogy, systemati cs and
evol uti on. Materi al and suppl y f
ee wi l l be assessed for
correspondi ng l ab. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

BSC

1005
/L


Survey of abiotic and biotic principles as they apply to basic
structural and functional topics at the cellular, organismal,
population and community levels; and the
application of
these principles to issues of current interest. (General
Studies Course: NS/LEC)

24.6. Identify the structures and functions of organs and systems of both
animals and humans.

EDE 4200

Guided Discovery Lesson Plans and data from experiments

BSC

1005
/L


Survey of abiotic and biotic principles as they apply to basic
structural and functional topics at the cellular, organismal,
population and community levels; and the application of
these principles to issues of current interest. (General
Studies Course: NS/LEC)

BSC

1085

General i ntroducti on to form and functi on of the human
body. Revi ew of basi c anatomi cal/physiological attri butes
of i ntegumentary, skel etal, muscul ar, nervous and sensory
organ systems. Desi gned for students wi th l i ttl e
or no
previ ous anatomy or physi ol ogy experi ence. Lab opti onal.
(General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

ZOO

1010


I ntroducti on to the basi c pri nciples i n ani mal bi ology
presented as an i ntegrated revi ew of morphol ogy,
physi ol ogy, geneti cs, devel opment,
systemati cs, evol uti on
and ecol ogy. Provi des foundati on for further study i n
zool ogy. Materi al and suppl y fee wi l l be assessed for
correspondi ng l ab. (General Studi es Course: NS/LEC)

24.7. Demonstrate knowl edge of ani mal s' physiological processes (e.g.,
respi rati on, reproducti on, di gesti on, ci rculation).

EDE 4200

Gui ded Di scovery Lesson Pl ans and data from experi ments

BSC

1005
/L


Survey of abiotic

and biotic principles as they apply to basic
structural and functional topics at the cellular, organismal,
population and community levels; and the application of
these principles to issues of current interest. (General
Studies Course: NS/LEC)

24.8. Demonstrate knowledge of cell theory as the fundamental organizing
principle of life on Earth.

BSC

1005
/L


Survey of abiotic and biotic principles as they apply to basic
structural and functional topics at the cellular, organismal,
population and co
mmunity levels; and the application of
these principles to issues of current interest. (General
Studies Course: NS/LEC)

BOT2010

Introduction to the basic concepts which apply to all plants
including cell theory, biosynthetic processes, physiological
response, development and reproduction, as well as
consideration of plant morphology, systematics and
evolution. Material and supply f
ee will be assessed for
corresponding lab. (General Studies Course: NS/LEC)

BSC 1085

General introduction to form and function of the human
body. Review of basic anatomical/physiological attributes
of integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and
sensory
organ systems. Designed for students with little or no
previous anatomy or physiology experience. Lab optional.
(General Studies Course: NS/LEC)

24.9. Demonstrate knowledge of heredity, evolution, and natural selection.

EDE 4200

Concept Lesson
Plan

BSC

1005
/L


Survey of abiotic and biotic principles as they apply to basic
structural and functional topics at the cellular, organismal,
population and community levels; and the application of
these principles to issues of current interest. (General

Studies Course: NS/LEC)

24.10. Demonstrate knowl edge of the i nterdependence of l i vi ng thi ngs wi th
each other and wi th thei r envi ronment (e.g., food webs, pol l uti on,
hurri canes).

BSC

1005
/L


Survey of abiotic

and biotic principles as they apply to basic
structural and functional topics at the cellular, organismal,
population and community levels; and the application of
these principles to issues of current interest. (General
Studies Course: NS/LEC)

SCE 4310

Guided Inquiry/Questioning Techniques

25 Knowledge of the nature of science

25.1. Demonstrate knowledge of basic science processes (e.g., observing,
classifying, communicating, qualifying, inferring, predicting).

EDE 4200

Guided Discovery Lesson Plans
and data from experiments

SCE 4310

Thematic Unit Construction
,
Gui ded Inquiry/ Questioning

Techniques
,
Final Exam
, Laboratory Investigations


25.2. Apply knowledge of scientific inquiry (e.g., forming hypotheses,
manipulating variables, recording and interpreting data) to learning science
concepts.

EDE 4200


Guided Discovery Lesson Plans and data from experiments

SCE 4310

Thematic Unit
Construction
,
Gui ded Inquiry/ Questioning

Techniques
,
Final Exam
, Laboratory Investigations

25.3. Identify the appropriate laboratory equipment for specific activities.

SCE 4310

Thematic Unit Construction
,
Gui ded Inquiry/ Questioning

Techniques
,
Final
Exam
, Laboratory Investigations

25.4. Identify state safety procedures for teaching science, including the
care of living organisms and the accepted procedures for the safe
preparation, use, storage, and disposal of chemicals and other materials.

SCE
4310

Themati c Uni t Constructi on
,
Gui ded Inquiry/ Questioning

Techniques
,
Final Exam
, Laboratory Investigations


25.5. Demonstrate knowledge of basic scientific vocabulary (e.g., theory,
law, hypotheses, models).

SCE 4310

Thematic Unit Construction
,
Gui d
ed Inquiry/ Questioning

Techniques
,
Final Exam
, Laboratory Investigations

26 Knowledge of the relationship of science and technology

26.1. Identify the interrelationship of science and technology.

SCE 4310

Thematic Unit Construction
,
Gui ded Inquiry/ Questioning

Techniques
,
Final Exam
, Laboratory Investigations

26.2. Identify the tools and techniques of science and technology used for
data collection and problem solving.

SCE 4310

Thematic Unit Construction
,
Gui ded Inquiry/ Questionin
g

Techniques
,
Final Exam
, Laboratory Investigations

26.3. Identify ways in which technology can be used by students to
represent understanding of science concepts.

SCE 4310

Thematic Unit Construction
,
Gui ded Inquiry/ Questioning

Techniques
,
Final Exam
,

Laboratory Investigations

27 Knowledge of instruction and assessment

27.1. Identify a variety of appropriate instructional strategies (e.g.,
cooperative learning, inquiry learning, investigations) for teaching specific
topics.

EDE 4200


Guided
Discovery Lesson Plans and data from experiments

SCE 4310

Thematic Unit Construction
,
Gui ded Inquiry/ Questioning

Techniques
,
Final Exam
, Laboratory Investigations

27.2. Select manipulatives
, physical models, and other classroom teaching
tools for teaching specific topics.

EDE 4200


Guided Discovery Lesson Plans and data from experiments,
Concept Lesson Plan

SCE 4310

Thematic Unit Construction
,
Gui ded Inquiry/ Questioning

Techniques
,
Final Exam
, Laboratory Investigations

27.3. Identify a variety of methods for assessing scientific knowledge,
including analyzing student thinking processes to determine strengths and
EDE 4200


Guided Discovery Lesson Plans and data from
experiments

weaknesses.

SCE 4310

Themati c Uni t Constructi on
,
Gui ded Inquiry/ Questioning

Techniques
,
Final Exam
, Laboratory Investigations

Mathematics

28 Knowledge of numbers and operations

28.1. Associate multiple representations of numbers using word names,
standard numerals, and pictorial models for real numbers (e.g., whole
numbers, decimals, fractions, integers).

EDE 4200

Concept Lesson Plan

MGF

1107

Presents topi cs that suppl ement
those i n MGF 1106
needed by el ementary teachers. I ntended for students i n
el ementary educati on. Maj or topi cs: number sets and
properti es, number theory, geometry, measurement,
graphs
--
al l taught wi thi n a probl em sol vi ng approach.
(Gordon Rul e Course: Theor
eti cal Math) and (General
Studi es Course: MAT/MAT).

MAE 4310


Refl ecti on Paper

28.2. Compare the rel ati ve si ze of i ntegers, fracti ons, deci mal s, numbers
expressed as percents, and numbers wi th exponents.

EDE 4200

Concept Lesson Pl an

MGF

1106

Presents

topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of ma
themati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

MAE 4310


Refl ecti on Paper

28.3. Appl y rati os, proporti ons, and percents i n real
-
worl d si tuati ons.

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate
both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
set
s, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

28.4. Represent numbers i n a vari ety of equi val ent forms, i ncl udi ng whol e
numbers, i ntegers, fracti ons, deci mal s, percents, and exponents.

EDE 4200

Mi cro
-
Teachi ng &
Cri ti que

MGF

1107

Presents topi cs that suppl ement those i n MGF 1106
needed by el ementary teachers. I ntended for students i n
el ementary educati on. Maj or topi cs: number sets and
properti es, number theory, geometry, measurement,
graphs
--
al l taught wi thi n a
probl em sol vi ng approach.
(Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and (General
Studi es Course: MAT/MAT).

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28.5. Perform operati ons on rati onal numbers (e.g., whol e numbers,
fracti ons, deci mal s, i ntegers) usi ng mul ti pl e representati ons and al gori thms
and understand the rel ati onshi ps between these operati ons (i.e., addi ti on,
EDE 4200

Mi cro
-
Teachi ng & Cri ti que

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
subtracti on, mul ti pl i cation, and di vi
sion).

students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Major course
topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

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28.6. Sel ect the appropri ate operati on(s) to sol ve probl ems i nvol vi ng rati os
and percents and the addi ti on, subtracti on, mul ti pl icati on, and di vi sion of
rati onal numbers.

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi ca
l applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal
Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

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28.7. Use esti mati on i n probl em
-
sol vi ng si tuations.

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

28.8. Appl y number theory concepts (e.g., pri mes, composi tes, mul ti pl es,
factors, number sequences, number properti es, rul es of di vi sibility).

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of
mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General

Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

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28.9. Appl y the order of operati ons.

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general
educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

29 Knowledge of geometry and
measurement

29.1. Anal yze properti es of two
-
di mensi onal shapes (e.g., area, si des,
angl es).

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general
educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

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29.2. Appl y geometri c properti es and rel ati onships to sol ve probl ems (e.g.,
ci rcumference, peri meter, area, vol ume) usi ng appropri ate strategi es and
formul as.

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati o
ns of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(G
eneral Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

29.3. Appl y the geometri c concepts of symmetry, congruency, si mi l arity,
and transformati ons.

EDE 4200

Concept Lesson Pl an

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons

of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(Gen
eral Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

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Refl ecti on Paper

29.4. I denti fy and l ocate ordered pai rs i n a rectangul ar coordinate system.

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs.
I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Cour
se: MAT/MAT)

29.5. Anal yze properti es of three
-
di mensi onal shapes (e.g., vol ume, faces,
edges, verti ces).

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re

onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

29.6. Compose and d
ecompose two
-
di mensi onal and three
-
di mensi onal
geometri c shapes.

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
course
s. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

29.7. Determi ne how a change i n l ength, wi dth, hei ght, or rad
i us affects
MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
peri meter, ci rcumference, area, surface area, or vol ume.

and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. Intended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
co
urses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

MAE 4310

Refl ecti on Paper

29.8. Wi thi n a gi ven system (i.e., metri c or customary), sol ve real
-
worl d
probl ems i nvol vi ng measurement wi th both di rect and i ndi rect measures
and make conversi ons to a l arger or smal l er uni t.

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c a
spects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Ru
l e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

29.9. Sol ve real
-
worl d probl ems i nvol vi ng esti mates and exact
measurements.

MGF

1107

Presents topi cs that suppl ement those i n MGF 1106
needed by el ementary teachers. I ntended for students

i n
el ementary educati on. Maj or topi cs: number sets and
properti es, number theory, geometry, measurement,
graphs
--
al l taught wi thi n a probl em sol vi ng approach.
(Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and (General
Studi es Course: MAT/MAT).

29.10. Sel ect app
ropri ate measurement uni ts to sol ve probl ems.

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course
topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

MAE 4310

Refl ecti on Paper

29.11. I denti fy three
-
di mensi onal obj ects from two
-
di mensi onal
representati ons of obj ects and vi ce versa.

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re
onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

30 Knowledge of
algebra

30.1. Extend and general i ze patterns or functi onal rel ati onships.

MAC

1105

Provi des the concepts and techni ques of al gebra that are
needed to understand subj ects such as stati stics and
economi cs whi ch contai n a consi derabl e amount of
quanti tati ve

reasoni ng. I s addi ti onally a preparatory course
for the study of cal cul us. Maj or topi cs i nclude: the concept
of functi ons, graphs of functi ons and rel ati ons, operati ons
on functi ons, rati onal functi ons, exponenti al s and
l ogari thms, systems of equati ons an
d i nequal i ti es,
appl i cations. Prerequi si te course or appropri ate score on
pl acement test i s requi red. Students may earn 3 semester
hours credi t toward Gordon Rul e for MAC 1105. (Gordon
Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math and General Studi es Course:
MAT/ALG)

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Refl ecti on Paper

30.2. Interpret, compare, and transl ate mul ti pl e representati ons of patterns
and rel ati onshi ps by usi ng tabl es, graphs, equati ons, expressi ons, and
verbal descri pti ons.

MAC

1105


Provi des the concepts and techni ques of al gebra
that are
needed to understand subj ects such as stati stics and
economi cs whi ch contai n a consi derabl e amount of
quanti tati ve reasoni ng. I s addi ti onally a preparatory course
for the study of cal cul us. Maj or topi cs i nclude: the concept
of functi ons, graphs of

functi ons and rel ati ons, operati ons
on functi ons, rati onal functi ons, exponenti al s and
l ogari thms, systems of equati ons and i nequal i ti es,
appl i cations. Prerequi si te course or appropri ate score on
pl acement test i s requi red. Students may earn 3 semester
ho
urs credi t toward Gordon Rul e for MAC 1105. (Gordon
Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math and General Studi es Course:
MAT/ALG)

30.3. Sel ect a representati on of an al gebrai c expressi on, equati on, or
i nequal i ty that appl i es to a real
-
worl d si tuati on.

MAC

1105

Provi des the concepts and techni ques of al gebra that are
needed to understand subj ects such as stati stics and
economi cs whi ch contai n a consi derabl e amount of
quanti tati ve reasoni ng. I s addi ti onally a preparatory course
for the study of cal cul us. Maj or top
i cs i nclude: the concept
of functi ons, graphs of functi ons and rel ati ons, operati ons
on functi ons, rati onal functi ons, exponenti al s and
l ogari thms, systems of equati ons and i nequal i ti es,
appl i cations. Prerequi si te course or appropri ate score on
pl acement t
est i s requi red. Students may earn 3 semester
hours credi t toward Gordon Rul e for MAC 1105. (Gordon
Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math and General Studi es Course:
MAT/ALG)

30.4. Demonstrate knowl edge of one
-

and two
-
step l i near equati ons and
i nequal i ti es.

MAC

1105

Provi des the concepts and techni ques of al gebra that are
needed to understand subj ects such as stati stics and
economi cs whi ch contai n a consi derabl e amount of
quanti tati ve reasoni ng. I s addi ti onally a preparatory course
for the study of cal cul us. Maj
or topi cs i nclude: the concept
of functi ons, graphs of functi ons and rel ati ons, operati ons
on functi ons, rati onal functi ons, exponenti al s and
l ogari thms, systems of equati ons and i nequal i ti es,
appl i cations. Prerequi si te course or appropri ate score on
pl ace
ment test i s requi red. Students may earn 3 semester
hours credi t toward Gordon Rul e for MAC 1105. (Gordon
Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math and General Studi es Course:
MAT/ALG)

30.5. Appl y the commutati ve, associ ati ve, and di stri butive properti es to
show that

two expressi ons are equi val ent.

MAC

1105

Provi des the concepts and techni ques of al gebra that are
needed to understand subj ects such as stati stics and
economi cs whi ch contai n a consi derabl e amount of
quanti tati ve reasoni ng. I s addi ti onally a preparatory
course
for the study of cal cul us. Maj or topi cs i nclude: the concept
of functi ons, graphs of functi ons and rel ati ons, operati ons
on functi ons, rati onal functi ons, exponenti al s and
l ogari thms, systems of equati ons and i nequal i ti es,
appl i cations. Prerequi si te

course or appropri ate score on
pl acement test i s requi red. Students may earn 3 semester
hours credi t toward Gordon Rul e for MAC 1105. (Gordon
Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math and General Studi es Course:
MAT/ALG)

31 Knowledge of data analysis

31.1. Demonstrate knowl edge of the concepts of vari ability (i.e., range) and
central tendency (i.e., mean, medi an, mode).

MGF

1106


Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
stud
ents who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

31.
2. Use data to construct and anal yze frequency tabl es and graphs (e.g.,
bar graphs, pi ctographs, l i ne graphs).

EDE 4200


Gui ded Di scovery Lesson Pl ans and data from experi ments,
Mi cro
-
Teachi ng & Cri ti que

MGF

1106


Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both
the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l o
gi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

31.3. Make accurate predi cti ons and draw concl usions from data.

MGF

1106

Presents topi cs that i l l ustrate both the aestheti c aspects
and the practi cal applicati ons of
mathemati cs. I ntended for
students who requi re onl y general educati on mathemati cs
courses. Maj or course topi cs: systemati c counti ng,
probabi l ity, stati stics, hi story of mathemati cs, geometry,
sets, l ogi c. (Gordon Rul e Course: Theoreti cal Math) and
(General

Studi es Course: MAT/MAT)

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32 Knowledge of instruction and assessment

32.1. Identi fy a vari ety of appropri ate i nstructional strategi es (e.g.,
cooperati ve l earni ng, peer tutori ng, thi nk al ouds) for teachi ng speci fi c
concepts.

MAE 4310

Mi dterm
, Refl ecti on Paper,
Probl em Centered
Lesson/Mani pul ati ve Papers
, Cl assroom
i nvesti gati ons/discussi ons

32.2. Identi fy ways that mani pul ati ves, mathemati cal and physi cal model s,
and technol ogy can be used i n i nstructi on.

MAE 4310

Mi dterm
, Refl ecti on Paper,
Probl em Centered
Lesson/Mani pul ati ve Papers
,
Classroom
investigations/discussions

EDE 4200

Concept Lesson Plan

32.3. Identify a variety of methods for assessing mathematical knowledge,
including analyzing student thinking processes to determine strengths and
weaknesses.

EDE 4421
/EEX 4221c

Culminating Final Project

,
Quizzes

MAE 4310

Midterm,
Problem Centered
Lesson/Manipulative Papers
,
Classroom investigations/discussions