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2018 Curriculum Updates

Art

July 19, 2018
In the Art Resource Guide, page 74, column 2, in the 4th line of the 2nd complete paragraph, the title of the 18th work in the series should be The Flag Is Bleeding. Click here for the revised page.
 

Literature

July 19, 2018
In the Literature Resource Guide, page 43, in the 9th line from the top of column 1, “Adam Sorkin” should be corrected to read “Aaron Sorkin.”
In the Literature Resource Guide, page 64, column 2, the first “he” in the 1st line of the 2nd complete paragraph should be deleted, so it reads: “Reminding his audience from where it is that he writes….” Click here for the revised pages.
 

Music

June 28, 2018
In the Music Resource Guide, page 126, in the 9th row in the 1st column of the table, “0:2” should be corrected to read “0:23.”
In the Music Resource Guide, page 128, in the 10th row in the 1st column of the table, “4:23” should be corrected to read “4:28.”
In the Music Resource Guide, page 129, column 2, in the 4th sentence of the 3rd paragraph, “Brian Wilson” should be corrected to read “Dennis Wilson.” Click here for the revised pages.
In the Music Resource Guide, page 28, column 2, the 2nd sentence of the last paragraph should read: “The diatonic triads on 2, 3, and 6 are minor …. Click here for the revised page.
 

Science

Science Resource Guide Color Images: Given that this year’s science curriculum focuses on topics such as light and optics, in some cases full-color figures are necessary to help provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. Students using the electronic version of the Science Resource Guide will have access to all full-color figures. Students using the black and white print version of the Science Resource Guide can download full-color versions of all figures that require color here.

July 19, 2018
In the Science Resource Guide, there is contradictory information on which printer was the first commercial laser printer. Either printer may be considered the first, depending on the source and on how the different features of each printer are viewed and how one defines “commercially available.” Although IBM technically beat Xerox to the market with the 3800, their model was designed as a peripheral to replace existing printers in data centers, whereas the Xerox 9700 was a stand-alone device not intended for a specific application. Given that there is not a consensus on which printer was the first commercial laser printer, there will be no competition test items on this specific topic.
 

Social Science

June 11, 2018
A printing error affecting the print version of the Social Science Resource Guide left out part of a sentence at the end of page 20. This error only occurred in the print version of the guide; the PDF and e-book versions are not impacted by this error. The following text is missing from the end of column 2 on page 20: "... tests. That year, Kennedy seemed to encourage a step...." Click here for the corrected print version page 20.

In the Social Science Resource Guide, page 16, column 1, the 2nd sentence of the 3rd paragraph should read: “… seats in Congress in the midterm election….”
In the Social Science Resource Guide, page 37, the 1st line of column 1 should read: “…arbitrary sizing of legislative districts….” Click here for the revised pages.