Integrating West Virginia Next Generation Standards with West Virginia Student Success Standards West Virginia Next Generation Objective(s) West Virginia Student Success Objective(s) SS.5.C.1 : illustrate the rights, responsibilities, duties, and privileges of a patriotic citizen within authentic situations (e.g., election, food drive, jury duty, etc.) and defend these actions as examples or non-examples of good citizenship. ELP.SS.1.1: begin to independently and collaboratively approach tasks and activities with flexibility, imagination and inventiveness. ELR.SS.4.1.3: understand similarities and respect differences among people, such as gender, race, disability, culture, language and family structure. ELA.3.SL.C13.1: engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacherled) with diverse partners on grade 3 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly. ELA.2.W.C9.1: write opinion pieces in which they introduce the topic or book they are writing about, state an opinion, supply reasons that support the opinion, use linking words (e.g., because, and, also) to connect opinion and reasons and provide a concluding statement or section. ELP.SS.4.1.2: participate as members of groups within a community. ELI.SS.3.1.1: demonstrate an awareness as to how their words impact others. ELI.SS.3.1.4: use appropriate communication skills to initiate and join activities and complete varied learning tasks. ELP.SS.1.1.6 maintain concentration over a reasonable amount of time despite distractions and interruptions. ELP.SS.1.1.7 extend capacity for independence in a range of activities, routines and tasks. ELP.SS.1.1.5 participate in a variety of classroom experiences and tasks. ELA.4.W.C11.1 conduct short research projects that build knowledge through investigation of different aspects of a topic. SS.4.H.CL1.compare and contrast community life, family roles and social classes in colonial America ELI.SS.2.2.3 use expected workplace dispositions, skills and behaviors in the school and community (e.g., attendance, punctuality, communication, relationships, attitudes, perseverance, collaboration, critical thinking and leadership.) How will we use our resources to meet both standards? What areas will we address together, independently, with support?