Note: Below are the CSO’s for grades kindergarten through sixth grade. Science Subject Matter/Concepts Objectives Students will: Position and Motion of Objects SC.O.K.2.09 explore and state different ways objects can be moved(e.g.,straight, circular, fast, slow). Unifying Themes Objectives Students will: SC.O.1.3.01 identify that systems are made of parts that interact with one another. Science Subject Matter/Concepts Objectives Students will: Position and Motion of Objects SC.O. 1.2.12 describe the changes in the motion of objects (e.g.,slowing, speeding up, curving). Science Subject Matter/Concepts Objectives Students will: Position and Motion of Objects SC.O. 2.2.10 compare the effects of force on the motion of an object. Scientific Design and Application Objectives Students will: SC.O. 2.3.04 recognize that common objects and events incorporate science (e.g., CD players, Velcro, or weather) to solve human problems and enhance the quality of life. History and the Nature of Science Objectives Students will: SC.O. 3.1.03 explore science careers in the community. Science Subject Matter/Concepts Objectives Students will: Position and Motion of Objects SC.O.3.2.11 recognize that it takes work to move objects over a distance. SC.O.3.2.12 examine the relationships between speed, distance, and time. SC.O.3.2.13 recognize that the greater a force is exerted on an object, the greater the change of its motion. SC.O.3.2.14 identify examples of potential and kinetic energy. Science Subject Matter/Concepts Objectives Students will: Position and Motion of Objects SC.O.4.4.21 relate motion of an object to its frame of reference. SC.O.4.4.22 predict and investigate the motion of an object if the applied force is changed. Science Subject Matter/Concepts Objectives Students will: SC.O.5.2.01 demonstrate an understanding of the interconnections of biological, earth and space, and physical science concepts. Structure and Function in Living Systems Position and Motion of Objects SC.O.5.2.16 describe how the variables of gravity and friction affect the motion of objects. Motion and Forces SC.O.6.2.20 correlate the relationship of mass to gravitational force (e.g., larger the mass the larger the gravitational force, the closer the objects the stronger the force). SC.O.6.3.05 research everyday applications and interactions of science and technology. SC.O.7.3.07 explore the connections between science, technology, society and career opportunities. Note: Watching this performance may be used to augment the curriculum standards for grades seven through twelve. Content Standards and Objectives for Dance/Ballet Note: Below are the CSO’s for Levels I and ll (grades nine through twelve.) Dance Subject Matter/Concepts Objectives Dance Communication Students will: D.O.Ll.1.02 recognize and communicate abstract ideas through movement. D.O.Ll.1.03 identify and conclude the distinguishing moment when movement becomes dance (when movement takes on purpose and intent it becomes dance) Dance Subject Matter/Concepts Objectives Movement, Elements, and Skills Students will: D.O.Ll.2.03 understand rhythm and timing as it relates to movement D.O.Lll.2.05 Articulate the importance of projection while performing dance skills. Dance Subject Matter/Concepts Objectives Healthy Living Students will: D.O.Ll.3.03 identify lifestyle choices and their affect on the dancer. D.O.Lll.3.02 Describe how specific lifestyle choices affect the dancer. D.O.Lll.3.03 Research historical and cultural images of the body as it relates to dance. Dance Subject Matter/ Concepts Objectives Culture and Historical Periods Students will: D.O.Ll.4 examine and demonstrate dance from cultures and historical periods. D.O.Ll.4.02 identify the four dance forms and give examples of each. D.O.Ll.4.03 research and answer questions about dance and dancers prior to the twentieth century. D.O.Ll.4.04 discuss dance and dancers as perceived in contemporary media when compared to other time periods and cultures. D.O.Lll.4.03 answer questions about dance and dancers within the twentieth century. D.O.Lll.4.04 research and analyze how dance and dancers are perceived in contemporary media when compared to other time periods and cultures. Dance Subject Matter/Concepts Objectives Connections with Other Disciplines Students will: D.O.Ll.7 Connect dance to other disciplines D.O.Ll.7.03 Identify and discuss commonalities and differences between dance and other disciplines with regard to fundamental concepts such as materials, elements and ways of communicating meaning. D.O.Lll.7 Connect dance to other disciplines Dance Subject Matter/Concepts Objectives Students will: Critical and Creative Thinking Skills D.S.Ll.5 employ critical and creative thinking skills in dance. D.S.Lll.5 employ critical and creative thinking skills in dance. D.O.Lll.5.03 formulate and answer aesthetic questions based on a performance. Note: Watching this performance may be used to augment the curriculum standards for grades seven through twelve or higher levels.