“Teaching with Infographics / A Student
By Katherine Schulten & Diana Laufenberg
1. Persuasive Writing How-To
SOL Writing 11.6
The student will write in a variety of
forms, with an emphasis on persuasion.
2. Research Citations
SOL Writing 9.8
The student will use print, electronic databases, online resources, and other media to access
information to create a research product including crediting the sources of quoted,
paraphrased, and summarized ideas, citing sources of information using a standard method
of documentation such as that of the Modern Language Association (MLA) or the American
Psychological Association (APA), and defining the meaning and consequences of plagiarism
and follow ethical and legal guidelines for gathering and using information.
3. Earth Science
The student will investigate and understand the
characteristics of Earth and the solar system.
The student will read,
comprehend, and analyze
relationships among American
literature, history, and culture.
2. Family Life
The student will understand the human growth and
development cycle. Information about developmental levels
throughout the life cycle - prenatal, infant, toddler, pre-
kindergarten, school-age, adolescent, young adult, middle-
age, and elderly-is related to the complexity of childrearing
and to the need for maturity before parenthood.
3. World History
The student will demonstrate knowledge
of ancient Greece in terms of its impact on
Western civilization by characterizing life in
Athens during the Golden Age of Pericles.
QR Codes and Beyond
1. ALGEBRA I
The student will perform operations on
polynomials, including adding, subtracting,
multiplying, and dividing polynomials.
The student will investigate and understand bases for modern
classification systems. Key concepts include structural similarities among
organisms; fossil record interpretation; comparison of developmental
stages in different organisms; examination of biochemical similarities and
differences among organisms; and systems of classification that are
adaptable to new scientific discoveries.
The student will apply knowledge of
word origins, derivations, and figurative
language to extend vocabulary
development in authentic texts.
*Identify literary and classical allusions
and figurative language in text.
“Chocolate was her Achilles’ heel.”
The student will investigate and demonstrate an understanding of
the nature of science, scientific reasoning, and logic. Key concepts
include evaluation of evidence for scientific theories.