New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards Met



Cross-Content Workplace Readiness - Standard 2: All students will use technology, information and other tools. 
Cross-Content Workplace Readiness - Standard 3: All students will use critical thinking, decision-making, and problem-solving skills. 
Cross-Content Workplace Readiness - Standard 4: All students will demonstrate self-management skills. 
Cross-Content Workplace Readiness - Standard 5: All students will apply safety principles. 
Standard 1.2: All students will refine perceptual, intellectual, physical, and technical skills through creating dance, music,
          theater, and/or visual arts. 
Standard 1.3: All students will utilize arts elements and arts media to produce artistic products and performances. 
Standard 1.6: All students will develop design skills for planning the form and function of space, structures, objects, sound,
          and events.
Standard 2.2: All Students Will Learn Health-Enhancing Personal, Interpersonal, And Life Skills. 
Standard 2.5: All Students Will Learn And Apply Movement Concepts And Skills That Foster Participation In Physical
          Activities Throughout Life. 
Standard 2.6: All Students Will Learn And Apply Health-Related Fitness Concepts. 
Standard 3.1: All Students Will Speak For A Variety Of Real Purposes And Audiences.
Standard 3.3: All Students Will Write In Clear, Concise, Organized Language That Varies In Content And Form For Different
          Audiences And Purposes.
Standard 3.4: All Students Will Read Various Materials And Texts With Comprehension And Critical Analysis. 
Standard 3.5: All Students Will View, Understand, And Use Nontextual Visual Information. 
Standard 4.1: All Students Will Develop The Ability To Pose And Solve Mathematical Problems In Mathematics, Other
          Disciplines, And Everyday Experiences. 
Standard 4.2: All Students Will Communicate Mathematically Through Written, Oral, Symbolic, And Visual Forms Of
          Expression. 
Standard 4.3: All Students Will Connect Mathematics To Other Learning By Understanding The Interrelationships Of
          Mathematical Ideas And The Roles That Mathematics And Mathematical Modeling Play In Other Disciplines And In Life. 
Standard 4.4: All Students Will Develop Reasoning Ability And Will Become Self-Reliant, Independent Mathematical Thinkers.
Standard 4.5: All Students Will Regularly And Routinely Use Calculators, Computers, Manipulatives, And Other Mathematical Tools To Enhance Mathematical Thinking, Understanding, And Power. 
Standard 5.2: All Students Will Develop Problem-Solving, Decision-Making And Inquiry Skills, Reflected By FormulatingUsable Questions And Hypotheses, Planning Experiments, Conducting Systematic Observations, Interpreting And Analyzing Data, Drawing Conclusions, And Communicating Results. 
Standard 5.3: All Students Will Develop An Understanding Of How People Of Various Cultures Have Contributed To The
          Advancement Of Science And Technology, And How Major Discoveries And Events Have Advanced Science And
          Technology. 
Standard 5.4: All Students Will Develop An Understanding Of Technology As An Application Of Scientific Principles. 
Standard 5.5: All Students Will Integrate Mathematics As A Tool For Problem-Solving In Science, And As A Means Of
          Expressing And/Or Modeling Scientific Theories. 
Standard 5.6: All Students Will Gain An Understanding Of The Structure, Characteristics, And Basic Needs Of Organisms.
Standard 5.7: All Students Will Investigate The Diversity Of Life. 
Standard 5.12: All Students Will Develop An Understanding Of The Environment As A System Of Interdependent
          Components Affected By Human Activity And Natural Phenomena. 
Standard 6.7: All Students Will Acquire Geographical Understanding By Studying The World In Spatial Terms. 
Standard 6.9: All Students Will Acquire Geographical Understanding By Studying The Environment And Society. 



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