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(b) Public education prepares students for adult life by attending to their intellectual and developmental needs and challenging them to achieve at their highest level possible. (g) Public schools provide instruction throughout the curriculum so that students may develop knowledge and skills in the following areas: (1) English language arts. (4) Procedures for measurement of the objectives of a planned course, instructional unit or interdisciplinary studies. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (353091) to (353092). • Describe the relationship between the structure of organic molecules and the function they serve in living organisms. The provisions of this § 4.4 amended February 15, 2008, effective February 16, 2008, 38 Pa. 872; amended January 8, 2010, effective January 9, 2010, 40 Pa. 240; amended February 28, 2014, effective March 1, 2014, 44 Pa. Code § 4.51c (relating to project-based assessment); and 22 Pa. (a) This section and § 4.12 (relating to academic standards) describe the purpose of public education and its relationship with the academic standards. (f) Assessment in public education is designed to determine student attainment of State and local academic standards. (3) The relationship between the objectives of a planned course, instructional unit or interdisciplinary studies and academic standards specified under § 4.12 and any additional academic standards as determined by the school entity. Describe and explain the chemical and structural basis of living organisms. The local assessment plan under § 4.52 (relating to local assessment system) must include a description of how the academic standards will be measured and how information from the assessments is used to assist students having difficulty meeting the academic standards. • Distinguish different reproductive patterns in living things (e.g., budding, spores, fission).

Development of knowledge and skill in job-seeking and job-retaining skills and, for students completing vocational-technical programs, the skills to succeed in the occupation for which they are prepared. Study of concepts and skills which affect personal, family and community health and safety, nutrition, physical fitness, movement concepts and strategies, safety in physical activity settings, and leadership and cooperation in physical activities. Understanding the role of consumers as a foundation for managing available resources to provide for personal and family needs and to provide basic knowledge of child health and child care skills. • Describe potential impact of genome research on the biochemistry and physiology of life.

This interaction leads to the study of watersheds, threatened and endangered species, pest management and the development of laws and regulations. Knowledge of how economies work, economic reasoning and basic economic concepts, economic decision making, economic systems, the Commonwealth and the United States economy and international trade. The Pennsylvania Core Standards for Reading in History and Social Studies and the Pennsylvania Core Standards in Writing for History and Social Studies will be an appendix to the Commonwealth’s academic standards for History upon publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin. Study of dance, theatre, music, visual arts, language and literature including forms of expression, historical and cultural context, critical and aesthetic judgment and production, performance or exhibition of work. Understanding career options in relationship to individual interests, aptitudes and skills including the relationship between changes in society, technology, government and economy and their effect on individuals and careers. • Evaluate relationships between structure and functions of different anatomical parts given their structure.

Attaining the academic standards in this section requires students to demonstrate the acquisition and application of knowledge. • Identify basic patterns of inheritance (e.g., dominance, recessive, codominance). • Distinguish how different living things reproduce (e.g., vegetative budding, sexual). • Describe how selective breeding, natural selection and genetic technologies can change genetic makeup of organisms.

(b) In designing educational programs, school entities shall provide for the attainment of the academic standards under subsections (a) and (c) and any additional academic standards as determined by the school entity. F Demonstrate a grade-appropriate command of the conventions of standard English grammar, usage, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. • Identify and explain inheritable characteristics. • Identify that the gene is the basic unit of inheritance.

(g) In planning any revision of the academic standards in subsection (a) content areas, the Secretary will consult with educators, business and community leaders and parents. Code § 4.11 (relating to purpose of public education); 22 Pa. Code § 4.31 (relating to vocational-technical education); 22 Pa. • Describe the role of DNA in protein synthesis as it relates to gene expression.

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