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TN.12.Physical Science: Forces in Nature
Physical Science: Forces in Nature
CS.12. Everything in the universe exerts a gravitational force on everything else; there is an interplay between magnetic fields and electrical currents. GQ.12. What are the scientific principles that explain gravity and electromagnetism? 0807.12. Checks for Understanding 0807.12.1. Create a diagram to explain the relationship between electricity and magnetism.
0807.12.2. Produce an electromagnet using a bar magnet and a wire coil.
0807.12.4. Create a chart to distinguish among the earth's magnetic field, and fields that surround a magnet and an electromagnet. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Magnetism
0807.12.5. Explain the difference between mass and weight.
0807.12.7. Explain how the motion of objects in the solar system is affected by gravity.
GLE.0807.12. Grade Level Expectations GLE.0807.12.1. Investigate the relationship between magnetism and electricity.
GLE.0807.12.3. Compare and contrast the earth's magnetic field to that of a magnet and an electromagnet. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Magnetism
GLE.0807.12.5. Recognize that gravity is the force that controls the motion of objects in the solar system.
SPI.0807.12. State Performance Indicators SPI.0807.12.1. Recognize that electricity can be produced using a magnet and wire coil.
SPI.0807.12.3. Distinguish among the Earth's magnetic field, a magnet, and the fields that surround a magnet and an electromagnet. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Magnetism
SPI.0807.12.4. Distinguish between mass and weight using appropriate measuring instruments and units.
SPI.0807.12.6. Illustrate how gravity controls the motion of objects in the solar system.
TN.5.Life Science: Biodiversity and Change
Life Science: Biodiversity and Change
CS.5. A rich variety of complex organisms have developed in response to a continually changing environment. GQ.5. How does natural selection explain how organisms have changed over time? 0807.5. Checks for Understanding 0807.5.1. Select characteristics of plants and animals that serve as the basis for developing a classification key.
0807.5.2. Create and apply a simple classification key to identify an organism.
0807.5.4. Collect and analyze data relating to variation within a population of organisms.
0807.5.5. Prepare a poster that illustrates the major factors responsible for reducing the amount of global biodiversity.
0807.5.6. Prepare graphs that demonstrate how the amount of biodiversity has changed in a particular continent or biome.
0807.5.7. Create a timeline that illustrates the relative ages of fossils in sedimentary rock layers. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Fossils Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Fossils
GLE.0807.5. Grade Level Expectations GLE.0807.5.1. Identify various criteria used to classify organisms into groups.
GLE.0807.5.2. Use a simple classification key to identify a specific organism.
GLE.0807.5.3. Analyze how structural, behavioral, and physiological adaptations within a population enable it to survive in a given environment.
GLE.0807.5.4. Explain why variation within a population can enhance the chances for group survival.
GLE.0807.5.5. Describe the importance of maintaining the earth's biodiversity.
GLE.0807.5.6. Investigate fossils in sedimentary rock layers to gather evidence of changing life forms.
SPI.0807.5. State Performance Indicators SPI.0807.5.1. Use a simple classification key to identify an unknown organism..
SPI.0807.5.2. Analyze structural, behavioral, and physiological adaptations to predict which populations are likely to survive in a particular environment.
SPI.0807.5.3. Analyze data on levels of variation within a population to make predictions about survival under particular environmental conditions.
SPI.0807.5.4. Identify several reasons for the importance of maintaining the earth's biodiversity.
SPI.0807.5.5. Compare fossils found in sedimentary rock to determine their relative age. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Fossils Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Fossils
TN.9.Physical Science: Matter
CS.9. The composition and structure of matter is known, and it behaves according to principles that are generally understood. GQ.9. How does the structure of matter influence its physical and chemical behavior? 0807.9. Checks for Understanding 0807.9.1. Identify atoms as the fundamental particles that make up matter.
0807.9.10. Identify the atomic number, atomic mass, number of protons, neutrons, and electrons in an atom of an element using the periodic table.
0807.9.11. Use investigations of chemical and physical changes to describe the Law of Conservation of Mass.
0807.9.12. Differentiate between the reactants and products of a chemical equation.
0807.9.2. Illustrate the particle arrangement and type of motion associated with different states of matter.
0807.9.3. Measure or calculate the mass, volume, and temperature of a given substance.
0807.9.5. Distinguish between elements and compounds by their symbols and formulas.
0807.9.6. Differentiate between physical and chemical changes.
0807.9.7. Describe how the characteristics of a compound are different than the characteristics of their component parts.
0807.9.8. Determine the types of interactions between substances that result in a chemical change.
0807.9.9. Explain how the chemical makeup of the atmosphere illustrates a mixture of gases.
GLE.0807.9. Grade Level Expectations GLE.0807.9.1. Understand that all matter is made up of atoms.
GLE.0807.9.2. Explain that matter has properties that are determined by the structure and arrangement of its atoms.
GLE.0807.9.3. Interpret data from an investigation to differentiate between physical and chemical changes.
GLE.0807.9.4. Distinguish among elements, compounds, and mixtures.
GLE.0807.9.5. Apply the chemical properties of the atmosphere to illustrate a mixture of gases.
GLE.0807.9.6. Use the periodic table to determine the characteristics of an element.
GLE.0807.9.7. Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass.
GLE.0807.9.8. Interpret the events represented by a chemical equation.
GLE.0807.9.9. Explain the basic difference between acids and bases.
SPI.0807.9. State Performance Indicators SPI.0807.9.1. Recognize that all matter consists of atoms.
SPI.0807.9.10. Identify the reactants and products of a chemical reaction.
SPI.0807.9.11. Recognize that in a chemical reaction the mass of the reactants is equal to the mass of the products (Law of Conservation of Mass).
SPI.0807.9.12. Identify the basic properties of acids and bases.
SPI.0807.9.2. Identify the common outcome of all chemical changes.
SPI.0807.9.3. Classify common substances as elements or compounds based on their symbols or formulas.
SPI.0807.9.4. Differentiate between a mixture and a compound.
SPI.0807.9.5. Describe the chemical makeup of the atmosphere.
SPI.0807.9.6. Compare the particle arrangement and type of particle motion associated with different states of matter.
SPI.0807.9.8. Interpret the results of an investigation to determine whether a physical or chemical change has occurred.
SPI.0807.9.9. Use the periodic table to determine the properties of an element.
CS.Inq. Understandings about scientific inquiry and the ability to conduct inquiry are essential for living in the 21st century. GQ.Inq. What tools, skills, knowledge, and dispositions are needed to conduct scientific inquiry? 0807.Inq. Checks for Understanding 0807.Inq.2. Identify tools and techniques needed to gather, organize, analyze, and interpret data collected from a moderately complex scientific investigation.
0807.Inq.3. Use evidence from a dataset to determine cause and effect relationships that explain a phenomenon.
0807.Inq.5. Design a method to explain the results of an investigation using descriptions, explanations, or models.
GLE.0807.Inq. Grade Level Expectations GLE.0807.Inq.1. Design and conduct open ended scientific investigations.
GLE.0807.Inq.2. Use appropriate tools and techniques to gather, organize, analyze, and interpret data.
GLE.0807.Inq.3. Synthesize information to determine cause and effect relationships between evidence and explanations.
GLE.0807.Inq.5. Communicate scientific understanding using descriptions, explanations, and models.
SPI.0807.Inq. State Performance Indicators SPI.0807.Inq.3. Interpret and translate data into a table, graph, or diagram. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Motion Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Motion
SPI.0807.Inq.4. Draw a conclusion that establishes a cause and effect relationship supported by evidence.
TN.T/E.Technology and Engineering
Technology and Engineering
CS.T/E. Society benefits when engineers apply scientific discoveries to design materials and processes that develop into enabling technologies. GQ.T/E. How do science concepts, engineering skills, and applications of technology improve the quality of life? 0807.T/E. Checks for Understanding 0807.T/E.1. Use appropriate tools to test for strength, hardness, and flexibility of materials.
0807.T/E.3. Explore how the unintended consequences of new technologies can impact society.
SPI.0807.T/E. State Performance Indicators SPI.0807.T/E.4. Differentiate between adaptive and assistive bioengineered products (e.g., food, biofuels, medicines, integrated pest management).