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DC.B.1.Biology: Scientific Investigation and Inquiry: Broad Concept: Scientific progress is made by asking relevant questions and conducting careful investigations. As a basis for understanding this concept, and to address the content in this grade, students should develop their own questions and perform investigations. Students:

Biology: Scientific Investigation and Inquiry: Broad Concept: Scientific progress is made by asking relevant questions and conducting careful investigations. As a basis for understanding this concept, and to address the content in this grade, students should develop their own questions and perform investigations. Students:
B.1.10. Select and use appropriate tools and technology to perform tests, collect data, analyze relationships, and display data. (The focus is on manual graphing, interpreting graphs, and mastery of metric measurements and units, with supplementary use of computers and electronic data gathering when appropriate.)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The science of biology
 
B.1.13. Apply mathematical relationships involving linear and quadratic equations, simple trigonometric relationships, exponential growth and decay laws, and logarithmic relationships to scientific situations.
Flip Charts Chromosomes
Flip Charts Chromosomes
Flip Charts Codominance
Flip Charts DNA
Flip Charts DNA Replication
Flip Charts DNA/RNA Structure
Flip Charts Genes
Flip Charts Gregor Mendel
Flip Charts Making a Pedigree
Flip Charts Mutations
Flip Charts Punnett Squares
Flip Charts The Genetic Code
Vocabulary Terms Genetics and heredity I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Genetics and heredity I
 
B.1.14. Observe natural phenomena and analyze their location, sequence, or time intervals (e.g., relative ages of rocks and succession of species in an ecosystem).
Flip Charts Animal Homes
Flip Charts Classification
Flip Charts Energy Flow
Flip Charts Energy Pyramid
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Food Web Balance
Flip Charts Food Webs
Flip Charts Fungi
Flip Charts Owl Food Web
Flip Charts Owl Pellets
Flip Charts The Six Kingdoms
Flip Charts Types of Consumers
Vocabulary Terms Ecology I
Vocabulary Terms Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Evolution and classification
 

DC.B.2.Biology: Chemistry of Living Things: Broad Concept: Living things are made of atoms bonded together to form molecules, some of the most important of which are large and contain carbon (i.e., 'organic' compounds). As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Biology: Chemistry of Living Things: Broad Concept: Living things are made of atoms bonded together to form molecules, some of the most important of which are large and contain carbon (i.e., 'organic' compounds). As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
B.2.3. Describe the central role of carbon in the chemistry of living things because of its ability to combine in many ways with itself and other elements.
Flip Charts Active Transport
Flip Charts Cell Energy
Flip Charts Cell Energy
Flip Charts Diffusion
Flip Charts Fermentation
Flip Charts Passive Transport
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell processes
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Organic Chemistry
 
B.2.4. Know that living things are made of molecules largely consisting of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and sulfur.
Flip Charts Active Transport
Flip Charts Cell Energy
Flip Charts Cell Energy
Flip Charts Diffusion
Flip Charts Fermentation
Flip Charts Passive Transport
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell processes
 
B.2.7. Explain the hierarchical organization of living things from least complex to most complex (subatomic, atomic, molecular, cellular, tissue, organs, organ system, organism, population, community, ecosystem, biosphere).
Flip Charts Blood and Lymph
Flip Charts Body Organization
Flip Charts Food and Nutrients
Flip Charts Homeostasis
Flip Charts Inflammation
Flip Charts Joints
Flip Charts Lung Disease
Flip Charts The Senses
Flip Charts Types of Nutrients
Vocabulary Terms Human biology I
Vocabulary Terms Human biology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Human biology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Human biology II
 

DC.B.3.Biology: Cell Biology: Broad Concept: All living things are composed of cells. All the fundamental life processes of a cell are either chemical reactions or molecular interactions. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Biology: Cell Biology: Broad Concept: All living things are composed of cells. All the fundamental life processes of a cell are either chemical reactions or molecular interactions. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
B.3.10. Explain that complex interactions among the different kinds of molecules in the cell cause distinct cycles of activities, such as growth and division.
Flip Charts Cell Cycle
Flip Charts Mitosis Overview
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell Reproduction
 
B.3.12. Explain how cell activity in a multicellular plant or animal can be affected by molecules from other parts of the organism.
Flip Charts Blood and Lymph
Flip Charts Body Organization
Flip Charts Food and Nutrients
Flip Charts Homeostasis
Flip Charts Inflammation
Flip Charts Joints
Flip Charts Lung Disease
Flip Charts The Senses
Flip Charts Types of Nutrients
Vocabulary Terms Human biology I
Vocabulary Terms Human biology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Human biology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Human biology II
 
B.3.14. Recognize and describe that cellular respiration is important for the production of ATP, which is the basic energy source for cell metabolism.
Flip Charts Active Transport
Flip Charts Cell Energy
Flip Charts Cell Energy
Flip Charts Diffusion
Flip Charts Fermentation
Flip Charts Passive Transport
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell processes
 
B.3.15. Differentiate between the functions of mitosis and meiosis: Mitosis is a process by which a cell divides into each of two daughter cells, each of which has the same number of chromosomes as the original cell. Meiosis is a process of cell division in organisms that reproduce sexually, during which the nucleus divides eventually into four nuclei, each of which contains half the usual number of chromosomes.
Flip Charts Cell Cycle
Flip Charts Mitosis Overview
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell Reproduction
 
B.3.2. Understand the function of cellular organelles and how the organelles work together in cellular activities (e.g., enzyme secretion from the pancreas).
Flip Charts Active Transport
Flip Charts Cell Energy
Flip Charts Cell Energy
Flip Charts Diffusion
Flip Charts Fermentation
Flip Charts Passive Transport
Flip Charts Specialized Cells
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell processes
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell structure and function
 
B.3.3. Observe and describe that within the cell are specialized parts for the transport of materials, energy capture and release, waste disposal, and motion of the whole cell or of its parts.
Flip Charts Specialized Cells
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell structure and function
 
B.3.4. Describe the organelles that plant and animal cells have in common (e.g., ribosomes, golgi bodies, endoplasmic reticulum) and some that differ (e.g., only plant cells have chloroplasts and cell walls).
Flip Charts Specialized Cells
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell structure and function
 
B.3.5. Demonstrate and explain that cell membranes act as highly selective permeable barriers to penetration of substances by diffusion or active transport.
Flip Charts Active Transport
Flip Charts Cell Energy
Flip Charts Cell Energy
Flip Charts Diffusion
Flip Charts Fermentation
Flip Charts Passive Transport
Flip Charts Specialized Cells
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell processes
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell structure and function
 
B.3.6. Explain that some structures in the eukaryotic cell, such as mitochondria, and in plants, chloroplasts, have apparently evolved by endosymbiosis (one organism living inside another, to the advantage of both) with early prokaryotes.
Flip Charts Specialized Cells
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell structure and function
 
B.3.7. Describe that the work of the cell is carried out by structures made up of many different types of large (macro) molecules that it assembles, such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and nucleic acids.
Flip Charts Specialized Cells
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell structure and function
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Nucleic acids and protein synthesis
 
B.3.9. Explain that a complex network of proteins provides organization and shape to cells.
Flip Charts Specialized Cells
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell structure and function
 

DC.B.4.Biology: Genetics: Broad Concept: Genes are a set of instructions encoded in the DNA sequence of each organism that specify the sequence of amino acids in proteins characteristic of that organism. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Biology: Genetics: Broad Concept: Genes are a set of instructions encoded in the DNA sequence of each organism that specify the sequence of amino acids in proteins characteristic of that organism. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
B.4.10. Explain how the sorting and recombination of genes in sexual reproduction result in a vast variety of potential allele combinations in the offspring of any two parents.
Flip Charts Cell Cycle
Flip Charts Mitosis Overview
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell Reproduction
 
B.4.11. Explain that genetic variation can occur from such processes as crossing over, jumping genes, and deletion and duplication of genes.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Nucleic acids and protein synthesis
 
B.4.12. Explain how the actions of genes, patterns of inheritance, and the reproduction of cells and organisms account for the continuity of life.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Plant structure and function
 
B.4.13. Investigate and describe how a biological classification system that implies degrees of kinship between organisms or species can be deduced from the similarity of their nucleotide (DNA) or amino acids (protein) sequences. Know that such systems often match the completely independent classification systems based on anatomical similarities.
Flip Charts Classification
Flip Charts Fungi
Flip Charts The Six Kingdoms
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Evolution and classification
 
B.4.2. Describe how the discovery of the structure of DNA by James D. Watson, Francis Crick made it possible to interpret the genetic code on the basis of a nucleotide sequence. Know the important contribution of Rosalind Franklin's data to this discovery, i.e., the careful X-ray crystallography on DNA that provided Watson and Crick the clue they needed to build the correct structure.
Flip Charts Cell Cycle
Flip Charts Mitosis Overview
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell Reproduction
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Nucleic acids and protein synthesis
 
B.4.3. Explain how hereditary information is passed from parents to offspring in the form of 'genes' which are long stretches of DNA consisting of sequences of nucleotides. Explain that in eukaryotes, the genes are contained in chromosomes, which are bodies made up of DNA and various proteins.
Flip Charts Cell Cycle
Flip Charts Chromosomes
Flip Charts Chromosomes
Flip Charts Codominance
Flip Charts DNA
Flip Charts DNA Replication
Flip Charts DNA/RNA Structure
Flip Charts Genes
Flip Charts Gregor Mendel
Flip Charts Making a Pedigree
Flip Charts Mitosis Overview
Flip Charts Mutations
Flip Charts Punnett Squares
Flip Charts The Genetic Code
Vocabulary Terms Genetics and heredity I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell Reproduction
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Genetics and heredity I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Nucleic acids and protein synthesis
 
B.4.4. Know every species has its own characteristic DNA sequence.
Flip Charts Cell Cycle
Flip Charts Mitosis Overview
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell Reproduction
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Nucleic acids and protein synthesis
 
B.4.5. Explain the flow of information is usually from DNA to RNA, and then to protein.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Nucleic acids and protein synthesis
 
B.4.6. Explain how the genetic information in DNA molecules provides the basic form of instructions for assembling protein molecules and that this mechanism is the same for all life forms.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Nucleic acids and protein synthesis
 
B.4.7. Understand that and describe how inserting, deleting, or substituting short stretches of DNA alters a gene. Recognize that changes (mutations) in the DNA sequence in or near a specific gene may (or may not) affect the sequence of amino acids in the encoded protein or the expression of the gene.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Nucleic acids and protein synthesis
 
B.4.8. Explain the mechanisms of genetic mutations and chromosomal recombinations, and when and how they are passed on to offspring.
Flip Charts Cell Cycle
Flip Charts Mitosis Overview
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Cell Reproduction
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Nucleic acids and protein synthesis
 

DC.B.5.Biology: Biological Evolution: Broad Concept: Evolution and biodiversity are the result of genetic changes that occur in constantly changing environments. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Biology: Biological Evolution: Broad Concept: Evolution and biodiversity are the result of genetic changes that occur in constantly changing environments. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
B.5.2. Explain how a large diversity of species increases the chance that at least some living things will survive in the face of large or even catastrophic changes in the environment.
Flip Charts Animal Life Cycles
Flip Charts Classification
Flip Charts Fungi
Flip Charts The Six Kingdoms
Flip Charts Vertebrates
Vocabulary Terms Vertebrates II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Evolution and classification
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Vertebrates II
 
B.5.3. Research and explain how natural selection provides a mechanism for evolution and leads to organisms that are optimally suited for survival in particular environments.
Flip Charts Classification
Flip Charts Fungi
Flip Charts The Six Kingdoms
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Evolution and classification
 
B.5.6. Explain that prior to the theory first offered by Charles Darwin and Alfred Wallace, the universal belief was that all known species had been created de novo at about the same time and had remained unchanged.
Flip Charts Classification
Flip Charts Fungi
Flip Charts The Six Kingdoms
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Evolution and classification
 
B.5.7. Research and explain that Darwin argued that only biologically inherited characteristics could be passed on to offspring, some of these characteristics would be different from the average and advantageous in surviving and reproducing, and over generations, accumulation of these inherited advantages would lead to a new species.
Flip Charts Classification
Flip Charts Fungi
Flip Charts The Six Kingdoms
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Evolution and classification
 
B.5.8. Explain Gregor Mendel's identification of what we now call 'genes' and how they are sorted in reproduction led to an understanding of the mechanism of heredity. Understand how the integration of his concept of heredity and the concept of natural selection has led to the modern model of speciation and evolution.
Flip Charts Chromosomes
Flip Charts Chromosomes
Flip Charts Codominance
Flip Charts DNA
Flip Charts DNA Replication
Flip Charts DNA/RNA Structure
Flip Charts Genes
Flip Charts Gregor Mendel
Flip Charts Making a Pedigree
Flip Charts Mutations
Flip Charts Punnett Squares
Flip Charts The Genetic Code
Vocabulary Terms Genetics and heredity I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Genetics and heredity I
 

DC.B.6.Biology: Plant Biology: Broad Concept: Plants are essential to animal life on Earth. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Biology: Plant Biology: Broad Concept: Plants are essential to animal life on Earth. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
B.6.1. Describe the structure and function of roots, leaves, flowers, and stems of plants.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Plant structure and function
 
B.6.3. Know that about 250,000 species of flowering plants have been identified.
Flip Charts Plant Kingdom
Flip Charts Plants with Seeds
Flip Charts The Plant Kingdom
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Introduction to plants
 
B.6.4. Explain the photosynthesis process: Plants make food in their leaves and chlorophyll found in the leaves can make food the plant can use from carbon dioxide, water, nutrients, and energy from sunlight.
Flip Charts Photosynthesis
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Photosynthesis and respiration
 
B.6.5. Explain that during the process of photosynthesis, plants release oxygen into the air.
Flip Charts Photosynthesis
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Photosynthesis and respiration
 

DC.B.7.Biology: Mammalian Body: Broad Concept: As a result of the coordinated structures and functions of organ systems, the internal environment of the mammalian body remains relatively stable (homeostatic), despite changes in the outside environment. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Biology: Mammalian Body: Broad Concept: As a result of the coordinated structures and functions of organ systems, the internal environment of the mammalian body remains relatively stable (homeostatic), despite changes in the outside environment. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
B.7.1. Explain the major systems of the mammalian body (digestive, respiratory, reproductive, circulatory, excretory, nervous, endocrine, integumentary, immune, skeletal, and muscular) and how they interact with each other.
Flip Charts Animal Life Cycles
Flip Charts Blood and Lymph
Flip Charts Body Organization
Flip Charts Food and Nutrients
Flip Charts Homeostasis
Flip Charts Inflammation
Flip Charts Joints
Flip Charts Lung Disease
Flip Charts The Senses
Flip Charts Types of Nutrients
Flip Charts Vertebrates
Vocabulary Terms Human biology I
Vocabulary Terms Human biology II
Vocabulary Terms Vertebrates II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Human biology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Human biology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Vertebrates II
 
B.7.3. Explain how the nervous system mediates communication between different parts of the body and the environment.
Flip Charts Blood and Lymph
Flip Charts Body Organization
Flip Charts Food and Nutrients
Flip Charts Homeostasis
Flip Charts Inflammation
Flip Charts Joints
Flip Charts Lung Disease
Flip Charts The Senses
Flip Charts Types of Nutrients
Vocabulary Terms Human biology I
Vocabulary Terms Human biology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Human biology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Human biology II
 
B.7.4. Describe that the nervous and endocrine systems maintain overall regulation of optimal conditions within the body by chemical communication.
Flip Charts Blood and Lymph
Flip Charts Body Organization
Flip Charts Food and Nutrients
Flip Charts Homeostasis
Flip Charts Inflammation
Flip Charts Joints
Flip Charts Lung Disease
Flip Charts The Senses
Flip Charts Types of Nutrients
Vocabulary Terms Human biology I
Vocabulary Terms Human biology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Human biology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Human biology II
 
B.7.5. Investigate and cite specific examples of how the mammalian immune system is designed to protect against microscopic organisms and foreign (or non-self) substances from outside the body and against some aberrant (e.g., cancer) cells that arise within.
Flip Charts Blood and Lymph
Flip Charts Body Organization
Flip Charts Food and Nutrients
Flip Charts Homeostasis
Flip Charts Inflammation
Flip Charts Joints
Flip Charts Lung Disease
Flip Charts The Senses
Flip Charts Types of Nutrients
Vocabulary Terms Human biology I
Vocabulary Terms Human biology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Human biology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Human biology II
 

DC.B.8.Biology: Ecosystems: Broad Concept: Stability in an ecosystem is a balance between competing effects. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Biology: Ecosystems: Broad Concept: Stability in an ecosystem is a balance between competing effects. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
B.8.1. Illustrate and describe the cycles of biotic and abiotic factors (matter, nutrients, energy) in an ecosystem.
Flip Charts Animal Homes
Flip Charts Energy Flow
Flip Charts Energy Pyramid
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Food Web Balance
Flip Charts Food Webs
Flip Charts Owl Food Web
Flip Charts Owl Pellets
Flip Charts Types of Consumers
Vocabulary Terms Ecology I
Vocabulary Terms Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology II
 

DC.C.1.Chemistry: Scientific Investigation and Inquiry: Broad Concept: Scientific progress is made by asking relevant questions and conducting careful investigations. As a basis for understanding this concept, and to address the content in this grade, students should develop their own questions and perform investigations. Students:

Chemistry: Scientific Investigation and Inquiry: Broad Concept: Scientific progress is made by asking relevant questions and conducting careful investigations. As a basis for understanding this concept, and to address the content in this grade, students should develop their own questions and perform investigations. Students:
C.1.1. Know the elements of scientific methodology (identification of a problem, hypothesis formulation and prediction, performance of experimental tests, analysis of data, falsification, developing conclusions, reporting results) and be able to use a sequence of those elements to solve a problem or test a hypothesis. Also understand the limitations of any single scientific method (sequence of elements) in solving problems.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Lab Investigations/Scientific Method
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Science of Chemistry
 
C.1.13. Apply mathematical relationships involving linear and quadratic equations, exponential growth and decay laws, and logarithmic relationships to scientific situations.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game States of Matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Thermodynamics
 

DC.C.10.Chemistry: Chemical Equilibrium: Broad Concept: Chemical equilibrium is a dynamic process at the molecular level. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Chemistry: Chemical Equilibrium: Broad Concept: Chemical equilibrium is a dynamic process at the molecular level. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
C.10.1. Explain how equilibrium is established when forward and reverse reaction rates are equal.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Kinetics and Equilibrium
 
C.10.2. Describe the factors that affect the rate of a chemical reaction (temperature, concentration) and the factors that can cause a shift in equilibrium (concentration, pressure, volume, temperature).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Reactions
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Kinetics and Equilibrium
 
C.10.3. Explain why rates of reaction are dependent on the frequency of collision, energy of collisions, and orientation of colliding molecules.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Reactions
 
C.10.4. Observe and describe the role of activation energy and catalysts in a chemical reaction.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Kinetics and Equilibrium
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Matter and Energy
 
C.10.6. Write the equilibrium expression for a given reaction and calculate the equilibrium constant for the reaction from given concentration data.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Kinetics and Equilibrium
 

DC.C.11.Chemistry: Solutions: Broad Concept: Solutions are mixtures of two or more substances that are homogeneous on the molecular level. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Chemistry: Solutions: Broad Concept: Solutions are mixtures of two or more substances that are homogeneous on the molecular level. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
C.11.1. Define solute and solvent.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Solutions
 

DC.C.12.Chemistry: Chemical Thermodynamics: Broad Concept: Energy is exchanged or transformed in all chemical reactions and physical changes of matter. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Chemistry: Chemical Thermodynamics: Broad Concept: Energy is exchanged or transformed in all chemical reactions and physical changes of matter. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
C.12.1. Describe the concepts of temperature and heat flow in terms of the motion and energy of molecules (or atoms).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game States of Matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Thermodynamics
 
C.12.2. Determine and explain that chemical processes release (exothermic) or absorb (endothermic) thermal energy.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Kinetics and Equilibrium
 
C.12.3. Explain how energy is released when a material condenses or freezes and is absorbed when a material evaporates or melts.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Matter and Energy
 
C.12.4. Solve problems involving heat flow and temperature changes, using given values of specific heat and latent heat of phase change.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Heat
 
C.12.5. Use Hess's law to determine the heat of a reaction and to calculate enthalpy change in a reaction.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Thermodynamics
 

DC.C.13.Chemistry: Organic and Biochemistry: Broad Concept: The bonding characteristics of carbon lead to the possibility of many different molecules of many sizes, shapes, and chemical properties. This provides the biochemical basis of life. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Chemistry: Organic and Biochemistry: Broad Concept: The bonding characteristics of carbon lead to the possibility of many different molecules of many sizes, shapes, and chemical properties. This provides the biochemical basis of life. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
C.13.1. Explain how the bonding characteristics of carbon lead to a large variety of structures ranging from simple hydrocarbons to complex polymers and biological molecules.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Organic Chemistry
 
C.13.3. Explain that amino acids are the building blocks of proteins.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Nucleic acids and protein synthesis
 
C.13.4. Convert between chemical formulas, structural formulas, and names of simple common organic compounds (hydrocarbons, proteins, fats, carbohydrates).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Organic Chemistry
 

DC.C.2.Chemistry: Properties of Matter: Broad Concept: Physical and chemical properties can be used to classify and describe matter. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Chemistry: Properties of Matter: Broad Concept: Physical and chemical properties can be used to classify and describe matter. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
C.2.1. Investigate and classify properties of matter, including density, melting point, boiling point, and solubility.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Heat
 
C.2.2. Determine the definitions of and use properties such as mass, volume, temperature, density, melting point, boiling point, conductivity, solubility, and color to differentiate between types of matter.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Gases
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Heat
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Mechanics
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Properties of Matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Thermodynamics
 
C.2.3. Know the concept of a mole in terms of number of particles, mass, and the volume of an ideal gas at specified conditions of temperature and pressure.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Mole
 
C.2.5. Infer and explain that physical properties of substances, such as melting points, boiling points, and solubility are due to the strength of their various types (interatomic, intermolecular, or ionic) of bonds.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Heat
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game States of Matter
 
C.2.6. Write equations that describe chemical changes and reactions.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Equations
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Reactions
 
C.2.7. Classify substances as metal or non-metal, ionic or molecular, acid or base, and organic or inorganic, using formulas and laboratory investigations.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Periodic Table - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Periodic Table - Set II
 

DC.C.3.Chemistry: Acids and Bases: Broad Concept: Acids, bases, and salts are three classes of compounds that form ions in water solutions. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Chemistry: Acids and Bases: Broad Concept: Acids, bases, and salts are three classes of compounds that form ions in water solutions. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
C.3.1. Explain that strong acids (and bases) fully dissociate and weak acids (and bases) partially dissociate.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Acids, Bases and Salts
 
C.3.4. Describe the observable properties of acids, bases, and salt solutions.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Acids, Bases and Salts
 
C.3.5. Explain the Arrhenius theory of acids and bases: An acid donates hydrogen ions (hydronium) and a base donates hydroxide ions to a water solution.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Acids, Bases and Salts
 
C.3.6. Explain the Bronsted-Lowry theory of acids and bases: An acid is a hydrogen ion (proton) donor and a base is a hydrogen ion (proton) acceptor.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Acids, Bases and Salts
 

DC.C.4.Chemistry: The Atom: Broad Concept: An atom is a discrete unit. The atomic model can help us to understand the interaction of elements and compounds observed on a macroscopic scale. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Chemistry: The Atom: Broad Concept: An atom is a discrete unit. The atomic model can help us to understand the interaction of elements and compounds observed on a macroscopic scale. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
C.4.3. Demonstrate and explain how chemical properties depend almost entirely on the configuration of the outer electron shell, which in turn depends on the proton number.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Atomic Structure - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Atomic Structure - Set II
 
C.4.5. Construct a diagram and describe the number and arrangement of subatomic particles within an atom or ion.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Atomic and Nuclear Physics
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Atomic Structure - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Atomic Structure - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Magnetism
 

DC.C.5.Chemistry: The Atom: Broad Concept: Periodicity of physical and chemical properties relates to atomic structure and led to the development of the periodic table. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Chemistry: The Atom: Broad Concept: Periodicity of physical and chemical properties relates to atomic structure and led to the development of the periodic table. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
C.5.1. Relate an element's position on the periodic table to its atomic number (number of protons).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Elements - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Elements - Set I
 

DC.C.6.Chemistry: Nuclear Processes: Broad Concept: Nuclear processes are those in which an atomic nucleus changes; they include radioactive decay of naturally occurring and man-made isotopes and nuclear fission and fusion processes. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Chemistry: Nuclear Processes: Broad Concept: Nuclear processes are those in which an atomic nucleus changes; they include radioactive decay of naturally occurring and man-made isotopes and nuclear fission and fusion processes. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
C.6.2. Describe that the energy release per gram of material is roughly six orders of magnitude larger in nuclear fusion or fission reactions than in chemical reactions. Know a small decrease in mass produces a large amount of energy in nuclear reactions as well as in chemical reactions, but the mass change in chemical reactions is negligibly small.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Nuclear Chemistry
 
C.6.3. Know many naturally occurring isotopes of elements are radioactive, as are isotopes formed in nuclear reactions.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Atomic and Nuclear Physics
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Periodic Table - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Periodic Table - Set II
 

DC.C.7.Chemistry: Chemical Bonds: Broad Concept: The enormous variety of physical, chemical, and biological properties of matter depends upon the ability of atoms to form bonds. This ability results from the electrostatic forces between electrons and protons and between atoms and molecules. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Chemistry: Chemical Bonds: Broad Concept: The enormous variety of physical, chemical, and biological properties of matter depends upon the ability of atoms to form bonds. This ability results from the electrostatic forces between electrons and protons and between atoms and molecules. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
C.7.1. Explain how Arrhenius' discovery of the nature of ionic solutions contributed to the understanding of a broad class of chemical reactions.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Acids, Bases and Salts
 
C.7.10. Predict formulas of ionic compounds based on charges on ions.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Elements - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Elements - Set I
 
C.7.3. Recognize names and chemical formulas for simple molecular compounds (such as nitrous oxide), ionic compounds, including those with polyatomic ions, simple organic compounds, and acids, including oxyacids.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Compounds - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Compounds - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Formulas and Bonding
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Measurements and Calculations
 
C.7.6. Explain that in solids, particles can only vibrate around fixed positions, but in liquids, they can slide randomly past one another, and in gases, they are free to move between collisions with one another.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game States of Matter
 
C.7.9. Predict chemical formulas based on the number of valence electrons.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Formulas and Bonding
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Measurements and Calculations
 

DC.C.8.Chemistry: Conservation of Matter: Broad Concept: The microscopic conservation of atoms in chemical reactions implies the macroscopic principle of conservation of matter and the ability to calculate the mass of products and reactants. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Chemistry: Conservation of Matter: Broad Concept: The microscopic conservation of atoms in chemical reactions implies the macroscopic principle of conservation of matter and the ability to calculate the mass of products and reactants. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
C.8.1. Name substances and describe their reactions based on Lavoisier's system and explain how this system contributed to the rapid growth of chemistry by enabling scientists everywhere to share their findings about chemical reactions with one another without ambiguity.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Compounds - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Compounds - Set II
 
C.8.10. Use changes in oxidation states to recognize electron transfer reactions, and identify the substance(s) losing and gaining electrons in an electron transfer reaction.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Elements - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Elements - Set I
 
C.8.11. Describe the effect of changes in reactant concentration, changes in temperature, the surface area of solids, and the presence of catalysts on reaction rates.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Kinetics and Equilibrium
 
C.8.2. Describe chemical reactions by writing balanced chemical equations and balancing redox equations.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Reactions
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Oxidation, Reduction and Electrochemistry
 
C.8.3. Classify reactions of various types such as single and double replacement, synthesis, decomposition, and acid/base neutralization.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Reactions
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Kinetics and Equilibrium
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Oxidation, Reduction and Electrochemistry
 
C.8.7. Convert the mass of a molecular substance to moles, number of particles, or volume of gas at standard temperature and pressure.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Lab investigations
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Lab Investigations
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Lab investigations/scientific method
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Lab Investigations/Scientific Method
 
C.8.9. Define oxidation and reduction and oxidizing and reducing agents.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Oxidation, Reduction and Electrochemistry
 

DC.C.9.Chemistry: Gases and Their Properties: Broad Concept: The behavior of gases can be explained by the kinetic molecular theory. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Chemistry: Gases and Their Properties: Broad Concept: The behavior of gases can be explained by the kinetic molecular theory. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
C.9.1. Explain the kinetic molecular theory and use it to explain changes in gas volumes, pressure, and temperature.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game States of Matter
 
C.9.2. Apply the relationship between pressure and volume at constant temperature (Boyle's law, inversely related), and between volume and temperature (Charles' law or Gay-Lussac's law, directly related) and the relationship between pressure and temperature that follows from them.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Thermodynamics
 
C.9.3. Solve problems using the Ideal Gas law, pV = nRT, and the combined gas law.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game States of Matter
 

DC.CC.11-12.RST.Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects

Reading Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects
Craft and Structure
11-12.RST.4. Determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and other domain-specific words and phrases as they are used in a specific scientific or technical context relevant to grades 11-12 texts and topics.
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Flip Charts Energy Flow
Flip Charts Energy Pyramid
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Food Web Balance
Flip Charts Food Webs
Flip Charts Owl Food Web
Flip Charts Owl Pellets
Flip Charts Types of Consumers
Vocabulary Terms Ecology I
Vocabulary Terms Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Formulas and Bonding
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Reactions
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Measurements and Calculations
 

DC.E.1.Environmental Science: Scientific Investigation and Inquiry: Broad Concept: Scientific progress is made by asking relevant questions and conducting careful investigations. As a basis for understanding this concept, and to address the content in this grade, students should develop their own questions and perform investigations. Students:

Environmental Science: Scientific Investigation and Inquiry: Broad Concept: Scientific progress is made by asking relevant questions and conducting careful investigations. As a basis for understanding this concept, and to address the content in this grade, students should develop their own questions and perform investigations. Students:
E.1.14. Observe natural phenomena and analyze their location, sequence, or time intervals (e.g., relative ages of rocks and succession of species in an ecosystem).
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Flip Charts Energy Pyramid
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Food Web Balance
Flip Charts Food Webs
Flip Charts Owl Food Web
Flip Charts Owl Pellets
Flip Charts Types of Consumers
Vocabulary Terms Ecology I
Vocabulary Terms Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology II
 

DC.E.2.Environmental Science: Environmental Systems: Broad Concept: The environment is a system of interdependent components affected by natural phenomena and human activity. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Environmental Science: Environmental Systems: Broad Concept: The environment is a system of interdependent components affected by natural phenomena and human activity. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
E.2.3. Describe how the global environment is affected by national policies and practices relating to energy use, waste disposal, ecological management, manufacturing, and population growth.
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Flip Charts Global Warming
Flip Charts Ozone Depletion
Flip Charts Seasons
Flip Charts The Polar Zone
Flip Charts The Temperate Zone
Flip Charts The Tropical Zone
Vocabulary Terms Climate
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Climate
 

DC.E.3.Environmental Science: Ecosystems: Broad Concept: Stability in an ecosystem is a balance between competing effects. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Environmental Science: Ecosystems: Broad Concept: Stability in an ecosystem is a balance between competing effects. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
E.3.1. Explain that biodiversity is the sum total of different kinds of organisms in a given ecological community or system, and is affected by alterations of habitats.
Flip Charts Animal Life Cycles
Flip Charts Vertebrates
Vocabulary Terms Vertebrates II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Vertebrates II
 
E.3.11. Describe how adaptations in physical structure or behavior may improve an organism's chance for survival and impact an ecosystem.
Flip Charts Classification
Flip Charts Fungi
Flip Charts The Six Kingdoms
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Evolution and classification
 
E.3.5. Know that organisms may interact in a competitive or cooperative relationship, such as producer/consumer, predator/prey, parasite/hosts, or as symbionts and explain how these interactions contribute to the stability of an ecosystem.
Flip Charts Classification
Flip Charts Fungi
Flip Charts The Six Kingdoms
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Evolution and classification
 
E.3.7. Explain how water, carbon, phosphorus and nitrogen cycle between abiotic resources and organic matter in an ecosystem and how oxygen cycles via photosynthesis and respiration. Diagram the cycling of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and water in an ecosystem.
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Flip Charts Energy Flow
Flip Charts Energy Pyramid
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Food Web Balance
Flip Charts Food Webs
Flip Charts Owl Food Web
Flip Charts Owl Pellets
Flip Charts Types of Consumers
Vocabulary Terms Ecology I
Vocabulary Terms Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology II
 
E.3.8. Describe the role of nitrogen and carbon cycles in the improvement of soils for agriculture.
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Flip Charts Energy Pyramid
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Food Web Balance
Flip Charts Food Webs
Flip Charts Owl Food Web
Flip Charts Owl Pellets
Flip Charts Types of Consumers
Vocabulary Terms Ecology I
Vocabulary Terms Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology II
 
E.3.9. Locate, identify, and explain the role of the major Earth biomes (e.g., grasslands, rainforests, arctic tundra, deserts) and discuss how the abiotic and biotic factors interact within these ecosystems.
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Flip Charts Energy Flow
Flip Charts Energy Pyramid
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Food Web Balance
Flip Charts Food Webs
Flip Charts Owl Food Web
Flip Charts Owl Pellets
Flip Charts Types of Consumers
Vocabulary Terms Ecology I
Vocabulary Terms Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology II
 

DC.E.4.Environmental Science: Populations: Broad Concept: The amount of life any environment can support is limited by the available energy, water, oxygen, and minerals, and by the ability of ecosystems to recycle organic materials from the remains of dead organisms. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Environmental Science: Populations: Broad Concept: The amount of life any environment can support is limited by the available energy, water, oxygen, and minerals, and by the ability of ecosystems to recycle organic materials from the remains of dead organisms. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
E.4.4. Describe the effect of overpopulation (i.e., resource depletion and potential elimination of species), the role of predators in maintaining ecosystem stability, and methods of population management.
Flip Charts Classification
Flip Charts Fungi
Flip Charts The Six Kingdoms
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Evolution and classification
 

DC.E.5.Environmental Science: Natural Resources: Broad Concept: Numerous Earth resources are used to sustain human affairs. The abundance and accessibility of these resources can influence their use. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Environmental Science: Natural Resources: Broad Concept: Numerous Earth resources are used to sustain human affairs. The abundance and accessibility of these resources can influence their use. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
E.5.4. Demonstrate knowledge of the distribution of natural resources in the U.S. and the world, and explain how natural resources influence relationships among nations.
Vocabulary Terms Oceans
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Oceans
 

DC.E.6.Environmental Science: Watersheds and Wetlands: Broad Concept: Water is continually being recycled by the hydrologic cycle through the watersheds, oceans, and the atmosphere by processes such as evaporation, condensation, precipitation runoff, and infiltration. This life-giving cycle is continually and increasingly impacted by human affairs. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Environmental Science: Watersheds and Wetlands: Broad Concept: Water is continually being recycled by the hydrologic cycle through the watersheds, oceans, and the atmosphere by processes such as evaporation, condensation, precipitation runoff, and infiltration. This life-giving cycle is continually and increasingly impacted by human affairs. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
E.6.1. Compare and contrast the processes of the hydrologic cycle, including evaporation, condensation, precipitation, surface runoff and groundwater percolation, infiltration, and transpiration.
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Flip Charts Clouds
Flip Charts Energy Flow
Flip Charts Energy Pyramid
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Food Web Balance
Flip Charts Food Webs
Flip Charts Owl Food Web
Flip Charts Owl Pellets
Flip Charts Precipitation
Flip Charts Predicting Weather
Flip Charts Severe Weather
Flip Charts Types of Consumers
Flip Charts Weather
Vocabulary Terms Ecology I
Vocabulary Terms Ecology II
Vocabulary Terms Weather I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Weather I
 
E.6.5. Describe the causes of, and the efforts to control, erosion in the Chesapeake Bay.
Flip Charts Soil
Vocabulary Terms The Rock Cycle
Vocabulary Terms Weathering and Erosion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Rock Cycle
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Weathering and Erosion
 
E.6.6. Investigate and describe how point and non-point source pollution can affect the health of a bay's watershed and wetlands.
Vocabulary Terms Oceans
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Oceans
 
E.6.8. Explain the dynamics of oceanic currents, including upwelling, density, and deep water currents, the local Labrador Current and the Gulf Stream, and their relationship to global circulation within the marine environment and climate.
Vocabulary Terms Oceans
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Oceans
 

DC.E.7.Environmental Science: Energy in the Earth System: Broad Concept: Energy and matter have multiple forms and can be changed from one form to another. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Environmental Science: Energy in the Earth System: Broad Concept: Energy and matter have multiple forms and can be changed from one form to another. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
E.7.2. Explain the meaning of radiation, convection, and conduction (three mechanisms by which heat is transferred to, through, and out of the Earth's system).
Flip Charts Continental Drift
Flip Charts Earth’s Interior
Vocabulary Terms Plate Tectonics
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Plate Tectonics
 
E.7.3. Understand and describe how layers of energy-rich organic material have been gradually turned into great coal beds and oil pools by the pressure of the overlying earth. Recognize that by burning these fossil fuels, people are passing stored energy back into the environment as heat and releasing large amounts of carbon dioxide.
Flip Charts Our Atmosphere
Vocabulary Terms The Atmosphere
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Atmosphere
 
E.7.4. Describe how energy derived from the sun is used by green plants to produce chemical energy in the form of sugars (photosynthesis), and this energy is transferred along a food chain from producers (plants) to consumers to decomposers.
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Flip Charts Energy Flow
Flip Charts Energy Pyramid
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Food Web Balance
Flip Charts Food Webs
Flip Charts Owl Food Web
Flip Charts Owl Pellets
Flip Charts Photosynthesis
Flip Charts Types of Consumers
Vocabulary Terms Ecology I
Vocabulary Terms Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Photosynthesis and respiration
 
E.7.5. Illustrate the flow of energy through various trophic levels of food chains and food webs within an ecosystem. Describe how each link in a food web stores some energy in newly made structures and how much of the energy is dissipated into the environment as heat. Understand that a continual input of energy from sunlight is needed to keep the process going.
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Flip Charts Energy Flow
Flip Charts Energy Pyramid
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Food Web Balance
Flip Charts Food Webs
Flip Charts Owl Food Web
Flip Charts Owl Pellets
Flip Charts Types of Consumers
Vocabulary Terms Ecology I
Vocabulary Terms Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology II
 
E.7.6. Describe how the chemical elements that make up the molecules of living things pass through food webs and are combined and recombined in different ways.
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Flip Charts Energy Flow
Flip Charts Energy Pyramid
Flip Charts Food Chains
Flip Charts Food Web Balance
Flip Charts Food Webs
Flip Charts Owl Food Web
Flip Charts Owl Pellets
Flip Charts Types of Consumers
Vocabulary Terms Ecology I
Vocabulary Terms Ecology II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Ecology II
 

DC.E.8.Environmental Science: Environmental Quality: Broad Concept: Environmental quality is linked to natural and human-induced hazards, and the ability of science and technology to meet local, national, and global challenges. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Environmental Science: Environmental Quality: Broad Concept: Environmental quality is linked to natural and human-induced hazards, and the ability of science and technology to meet local, national, and global challenges. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
E.8.1. Differentiate between natural pollution and pollution caused by humans and give examples of each.
Flip Charts Our Atmosphere
Vocabulary Terms Oceans
Vocabulary Terms The Atmosphere
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Oceans
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Atmosphere
 
E.8.2. Describe sources of air and water pollution and explain how air and water quality impact wildlife, vegetation, and human health.
Flip Charts Our Atmosphere
Vocabulary Terms Oceans
Vocabulary Terms The Atmosphere
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Oceans
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Atmosphere
 
E.8.3. Describe the historical and current methods of water management and recycling, including the waste treatment practices of landfills, incineration, reuse/recycle and source reduction.
Vocabulary Terms Oceans
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Oceans
 
E.8.5. Compare and contrast the beneficial and harmful effects of an environmental stressor, such as herbicides and pesticides, on plants and animals. Give examples of secondary effects on other environmental components such as humans, water quality and wildlife.
Flip Charts Our Atmosphere
Vocabulary Terms Oceans
Vocabulary Terms The Atmosphere
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Oceans
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Atmosphere
 
E.8.6. Identify natural Earth hazards, such as earthquakes and hurricanes, and identify the regions in which they occur as well as the short-term and long-term effects on the environment and on people.
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Flip Charts Precipitation
Flip Charts Predicting Weather
Flip Charts Severe Weather
Flip Charts Weather
Vocabulary Terms Weather II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Weather II
 

DC.ES.1.Earth Science: Scientific Investigation and Inquiry: Broad Concept: Scientific progress is made by asking relevant questions and conducting careful investigations. As a basis for understanding this concept, and to address the content in this grade, students should develop their own questions and perform investigations. Students:

Earth Science: Scientific Investigation and Inquiry: Broad Concept: Scientific progress is made by asking relevant questions and conducting careful investigations. As a basis for understanding this concept, and to address the content in this grade, students should develop their own questions and perform investigations. Students:
ES.1.1. Know the elements of scientific methodology (identification of a problem, hypothesis formulation and prediction, performance of experimental tests, analysis of data, falsification, developing conclusions, reporting results) and be able to use a sequence of those elements to solve a problem or test a hypothesis. Also understand the limitations of any single scientific method (sequence of elements) in solving problems.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Science of Earth Science
 
ES.1.10. Select and use appropriate tools and technology to perform tests, collect data, analyze relationships, and display data. (The focus is on manual graphing, interpreting graphs, and mastery of metric measurements and units, with supplementary use of computers and electronic data gathering when appropriate.)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Lab investigations
 
ES.1.16. Read a topographic map and a geologic map for information provided on the maps.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Maps as Models of the Earth
 
ES.1.17. Construct and interpret a simple scale map and topographic cross-section.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Maps as Models of the Earth
 
ES.1.18. Describe the contributions of key scientists throughout history, including Claudius Ptolemy, Nicholas Copernicus, Johannes Kepler, Tycho Brahe, Galileo Galilei, Nicholas Steno, Sir Charles Lyell, James Hutton, Henrietta Leavitt, Alfred Wegener, and Edwin Powell Hubble.
Flip Charts Continental Drift
Flip Charts Earth’s Interior
Flip Charts The Inner Planets
Flip Charts The Outer Planets
Flip Charts The Sun
Vocabulary Terms Our Solar System
Vocabulary Terms Plate Tectonics
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Our Solar System
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Plate Tectonics
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Rotational Motion/Universal Gravitation
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Science of Earth Science
 

DC.ES.2.Earth Science: The Universe: Broad Concept: Galaxies are made of billions of stars and form most of the visible mass of the universe. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Earth Science: The Universe: Broad Concept: Galaxies are made of billions of stars and form most of the visible mass of the universe. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
ES.2.1. Recognize that the universe contains many billions of galaxies, and each galaxy contains many billions of stars.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe
 
ES.2.3. Describe Hubble's law, and understand the big-bang theory, and the evidence that supports it (background radiation, relativistic Doppler effect).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe
 
ES.2.4. Explain the basics of the fusion processes that are the source of energy of stars.
Flip Charts The Inner Planets
Flip Charts The Outer Planets
Flip Charts The Sun
Vocabulary Terms Our Solar System
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Our Solar System
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe
 
ES.2.5. Explain that the mass of a star and the balance between collapse and fusion determine the color, brightness, lifetime, and evolution of a star.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe
 
ES.2.6. Analyze the life histories of stars and different types of stars found on the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram, including the three outcomes of stellar evolution based on mass (black hole, neutron star, white dwarf).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe
 
ES.2.8. Explain that the redshift from distant galaxies and the cosmic background radiation provide evidence for the big bang model that the universe has been expanding for 10 to 20 billion years.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe
 

DC.ES.3.Earth Science: Solar System: Broad Concept: Our solar system is composed of a star, planets, moons, asteroids, comets, and residual material left from the evolution of the solar system over time. The sun is one of billions of stars residing in one of billions of galaxies in a universe that has been changing and evolving over vast amounts of time. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Earth Science: Solar System: Broad Concept: Our solar system is composed of a star, planets, moons, asteroids, comets, and residual material left from the evolution of the solar system over time. The sun is one of billions of stars residing in one of billions of galaxies in a universe that has been changing and evolving over vast amounts of time. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
ES.3.2. Compare and contrast the differences in size, temperature, and age between our sun and other stars.
Flip Charts The Inner Planets
Flip Charts The Outer Planets
Flip Charts The Sun
Vocabulary Terms Our Solar System
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Our Solar System
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe
 
ES.3.3. Understand and describe the nebular theory concerning the formation of solar systems, including the roles of planetesimals and protoplanets.
Flip Charts The Inner Planets
Flip Charts The Outer Planets
Flip Charts The Sun
Vocabulary Terms Our Solar System
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Our Solar System
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The History of Earth
 
ES.3.4. Observe and describe the characteristics and motions of the various kinds of objects in our solar system, including planets, satellites, comets, and asteroids, and the influence of gravity and inertia on these motions.
Flip Charts Earth’s Moon
Flip Charts Eclipses
Flip Charts Gravity and Motion
Flip Charts Phases of the Moon
Flip Charts Seasons on Earth
Flip Charts Tides
Vocabulary Terms The Sun-Earth-Moon System
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Rotational Motion/Universal Gravitation
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Sun-Earth-Moon System
 
ES.3.5. Explain how Kepler's laws predict the orbits of the planets.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Rotational Motion/Universal Gravitation
 

DC.ES.4.Earth Science: The Earth System: Broad Concept: Interactions among the solid Earth, hydrosphere, and atmosphere have resulted in ongoing evolution of the earth system over geologic time. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Earth Science: The Earth System: Broad Concept: Interactions among the solid Earth, hydrosphere, and atmosphere have resulted in ongoing evolution of the earth system over geologic time. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
ES.4.1. Examine and describe the structure, composition, and function of Earth's atmosphere, including the role of living organisms in the cycling of atmospheric gases.
Flip Charts Our Atmosphere
Vocabulary Terms The Atmosphere
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Atmosphere
 
ES.4.11. Explain that the oceans store carbon dioxide mostly as dissolved carbonates in solution, as precipitate or biogenic carbonate deposits.
Vocabulary Terms Oceans
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Oceans
 
ES.4.12. Use weather maps and other tools to forecast weather conditions.
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Flip Charts Precipitation
Flip Charts Predicting Weather
Flip Charts Severe Weather
Flip Charts Weather
Vocabulary Terms Weather II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Weather II
 
ES.4.3. Describe the main agents of erosion are water, waves, wind, ice, plants, and gravity.
Flip Charts Soil
Vocabulary Terms The Rock Cycle
Vocabulary Terms Weathering and Erosion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Rock Cycle
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Weathering and Erosion
 
ES.4.4. Explain the effects on climate of latitude, elevation, and topography, as well as proximity to large bodies of water and cold or warm ocean currents.
Vocabulary Terms Oceans
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Oceans
 
ES.4.5. Explain the possible mechanisms and effects of atmospheric changes brought on by things such as acid rain, smoke, volcanic dust, greenhouse gases, and ozone depletion.
Flip Charts Climate Change
Flip Charts Global Warming
Flip Charts Our Atmosphere
Flip Charts Ozone Depletion
Flip Charts Seasons
Flip Charts The Polar Zone
Flip Charts The Temperate Zone
Flip Charts The Tropical Zone
Vocabulary Terms Climate
Vocabulary Terms The Atmosphere
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Climate
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Atmosphere
 
ES.4.6. Determine the origins, life cycles, behavior, and prediction of weather systems.
Flip Charts Clouds
Flip Charts Precipitation
Flip Charts Predicting Weather
Flip Charts Severe Weather
Flip Charts Weather
Vocabulary Terms Weather II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Weather II
 
ES.4.7. Investigate and identify the causes and effects of severe weather.
Flip Charts Clouds
Flip Charts Precipitation
Flip Charts Predicting Weather
Flip Charts Severe Weather
Flip Charts Weather
Vocabulary Terms Weather II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Weather II
 
ES.4.8. Explain special properties of water (e.g., high specific and latent heats) and the influence of large bodies of water and the water cycle on heat transport and therefore weather and climate.
Flip Charts Clouds
Flip Charts Precipitation
Flip Charts Predicting Weather
Flip Charts Severe Weather
Flip Charts Weather
Vocabulary Terms Oceans
Vocabulary Terms Weather I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Oceans
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Weather I
 

DC.ES.5.Earth Science: Hydrologic Cycle: Broad Concept: Water is continually being recycled by the hydrologic cycle through the watersheds, oceans, and the atmosphere by processes such as evaporation, condensation, precipitation runoff, and infiltration. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Earth Science: Hydrologic Cycle: Broad Concept: Water is continually being recycled by the hydrologic cycle through the watersheds, oceans, and the atmosphere by processes such as evaporation, condensation, precipitation runoff, and infiltration. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
ES.5.1. Explain how water flows into and through a watershed (e.g. properly use terms precipitation, aquifers, wells, porosity, permeability, water table, capillary water, and run off).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Groundwater Resources
 
ES.5.2. Describe the processes of the hydrologic cycle, including evaporation, condensation, precipitation, surface runoff and groundwater percolation, infiltration, and transpiration.
Flip Charts Clouds
Flip Charts Precipitation
Flip Charts Predicting Weather
Flip Charts Severe Weather
Flip Charts Weather
Vocabulary Terms Weather I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Weather I
 

DC.ES.6.Earth Science: Rock Cycle: Broad Concept: Rocks and minerals are continually being modified within the rock cycle. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Earth Science: Rock Cycle: Broad Concept: Rocks and minerals are continually being modified within the rock cycle. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
ES.6.1. Differentiate among the processes of weathering, erosion, transportation of materials, deposition, and soil formation.
Flip Charts Soil
Vocabulary Terms The Rock Cycle
Vocabulary Terms Weathering and Erosion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Rock Cycle
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Weathering and Erosion
 
ES.6.2. Illustrate the various processes and rock types that are involved in the rock cycle, and describe how the total amount of material stays the same throughout formation, weathering, sedimentation, and reformation.
Flip Charts Classifying Rocks
Flip Charts Identifying Rocks
Flip Charts Igneous Rocks
Flip Charts Metamorphic Rocks
Flip Charts Sedimentary Rocks
Flip Charts The Rock Cycle
Flip Charts What is a Rock?
Vocabulary Terms Rocks - Set I
Vocabulary Terms Rocks - Set II
Vocabulary Terms The Rock Cycle
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Rocks - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Rocks - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Rock Cycle
 
ES.6.3. Explain the absolute and relative dating methods used to measure geologic time.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Fossils I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Fossils II
 
ES.6.5. Trace the evolution of the solid Earth in terms of the major geologic eras.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The History of Earth
 

DC.ES.7.Earth Science: Plate Tectonics: Broad Concept: Plate tectonics operating over geologic time have altered the features of land, sea, and mountains on the Earth's surface. As the basis for understanding this concept, students:

Earth Science: Plate Tectonics: Broad Concept: Plate tectonics operating over geologic time have altered the features of land, sea, and mountains on the Earth's surface. As the basis for understanding this concept, students:
ES.7.1. Explain the work of Alfred Wegener, including reintroduction of the idea of moving continents, and the skepticism with which his theories were first received and why.
Flip Charts Continental Drift
Flip Charts Earth’s Interior
Vocabulary Terms Plate Tectonics
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Plate Tectonics
 
ES.7.2. Analyze the evidence that supports the hypothesis of movement of the plates (from paleomagnetism, paleontology, paleoclimate, and the continuity of geological structure and stratigraphy across ocean basins).
Flip Charts Continental Drift
Flip Charts Earth’s Interior
Vocabulary Terms Plate Tectonics
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Plate Tectonics
 
ES.7.3. Trace the development of a lithospheric plate from its growing margin at a divergent boundary (mid-ocean ridge) to its destructive margin at a convergent boundary (subduction zone).
Flip Charts Continental Drift
Flip Charts Earth’s Interior
Flip Charts Earthquake Safety
Flip Charts Seismic Waves
Flip Charts The Richter Scale
Vocabulary Terms Earthquakes
Vocabulary Terms Plate Tectonics
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Earthquakes
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Plate Tectonics
 
ES.7.4. Explain the relationship between convection currents and the motion of the lithospheric plates.
Flip Charts Continental Drift
Flip Charts Earth’s Interior
Vocabulary Terms Plate Tectonics
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Plate Tectonics
 
ES.7.5. Explain why, how, and where earthquakes occur, how they are located and measured, and the ways that they can cause damage (directly by shaking and secondarily by fire, tsunami, landsliding, or liquefaction).
Flip Charts Earthquake Safety
Flip Charts Seismic Waves
Flip Charts The Richter Scale
Vocabulary Terms Earthquakes
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Earthquakes
 
ES.7.6. Observe and explain how rivers and streams are dynamic systems that erode and transport sediment, change their course, and flood their banks in natural and recurring patterns.
Flip Charts Soil
Vocabulary Terms Weathering and Erosion
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Weathering and Erosion
 

DC.P.1.Physics: Scientific Investigation and Inquiry: Broad Concept: Scientific progress is made by asking relevant questions and conducting careful investigations. As a basis for understanding this concept, and to address the content in this grade, students should develop their own questions and perform investigations. Students:

Physics: Scientific Investigation and Inquiry: Broad Concept: Scientific progress is made by asking relevant questions and conducting careful investigations. As a basis for understanding this concept, and to address the content in this grade, students should develop their own questions and perform investigations. Students:
P.1.1. Know the elements of scientific methodology (identification of a problem, hypothesis formulation and prediction, performance of experimental tests, analysis of data, falsification, developing conclusions, reporting results) and be able to use a sequence of those elements to solve a problem or test a hypothesis. Also understand the limitations of any single scientific method (sequence of elements) in solving problems.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Lab Investigations
 
P.1.10. Select and use appropriate tools and technology to perform tests, collect data, analyze relationships, and display data. (The focus is on manual graphing, interpreting graphs, and mastery of metric measurements and units, with supplementary use of computers and electronic data gathering when appropriate.)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Lab Investigations
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Science of Chemistry
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game The Science of Physics
 
P.1.13. Apply mathematical relationships involving linear and quadratic equations, simple trigonometric relationships, exponential growth and decay laws, and logarithmic relationships to scientific situations.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Momentum and Collisions
 

DC.P.2.Physics: Motion and Forces: Broad Concept: Newton's laws of motion and gravitation describe and predict the motion of a vast variety of objects. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Physics: Motion and Forces: Broad Concept: Newton's laws of motion and gravitation describe and predict the motion of a vast variety of objects. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
P.2.1. Explain Newton's first law: When the net force on an object is zero, no acceleration occurs, and thus a moving object continues to move at a constant speed in the same direction, or, if at rest, it remains at rest.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Forces - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Forces - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Momentum and Collisions
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Properties of Matter
 
P.2.11. Use and mathematically manipulate appropriate scalar and vector quantities to solve kinematics and dynamics problems in one and two dimensions.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set II
 
P.2.12. Solve problems in circular motion, using the formula for centripetal acceleration in the following form: a = vv/r.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Forces - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Forces - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Rotational Motion/Universal Gravitation
 
P.2.13. Create and interpret graphs of speed versus time and the position and speed of an object undergoing constant acceleration.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set II
 
P.2.4. Explain that Newton's laws of motion are not universally applicable, but they provide very good approximations unless an object is moving close to the speed of light or is small enough that quantum effects are important.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set II
 
P.2.6. Investigate and explain how the Newtonian model - the three laws of motion plus the law of gravitation - makes it possible to account for such diverse phenomena as tides, the orbits of the planets and moons, the motion of falling objects, and Earth's equatorial bulge.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Forces - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Forces - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Momentum and Collisions
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Properties of Matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Rotational Motion/Universal Gravitation
 
P.2.7. Explain how a force acting on an object perpendicular to the direction of its motion causes it to change direction but not speed.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Mechanics
 
P.2.8. Demonstrate that a motion at constant speed in a circle requires a force that is always directed toward the center of the circle.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Forces - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Forces - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Rotational Motion/Universal Gravitation
 
P.2.9. Solve kinematics problems involving constant speed and average speed.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set II
 

DC.P.3.Physics: Conservation of Energy and Momentum: Broad Concept: The laws of conservation of energy and momentum provide independent approaches to predicting and describing the motion of objects. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Physics: Conservation of Energy and Momentum: Broad Concept: The laws of conservation of energy and momentum provide independent approaches to predicting and describing the motion of objects. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
P.3.1. Recognize that when a net force acts through a distance on an object of mass, which is initially at rest, work W=Fd, is done on the object; the object acquires a velocity and a kinetic energy, K.E. = .5mvv = W = Fd.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Work and Energy
 
P.3.12. Calculate the momentum of an object as the product p = mv.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Momentum and Collisions
 
P.3.13. Solve problems involving perfectly inelastic collisions in one dimension using the principle of conservation of momentum.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Momentum and Collisions
 
P.3.14. Calculate the changes in motion of two bodies in one-dimensional elastic collisions in which both energy and momentum are conserved.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Momentum and Collisions
 
P.3.2. Describe how an unbalanced force, acting on an object over time, results in a change in the object's momentum (p = Ft).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Momentum and Collisions
 
P.3.3. Describe how kinetic energy can be transformed into potential energy and vice versa (e.g., a bouncing ball).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Chemical Reactions
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Electricity and Electrical Energy - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Electricity and Electrical Energy - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Heat
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Kinetics and Equilibrium
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Matter and Energy
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Momentum and Collisions
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Work and Energy
 
P.3.5. Define power as the rate at which work is done: P = W/t.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Work and Energy
 
P.3.6. Identify the joule (J) as the SI unit for work and energy); the unit for power is the watt (W); and the unit for impulse and momentum is the kg m/s.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Work and Energy
 
P.3.8. Calculate kinetic energy using the formula K.E. = .5 mvv.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Electricity and Electrical Energy - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Electricity and Electrical Energy - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Heat
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Kinetics and Equilibrium
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Laws of Motion - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Matter and Energy
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Momentum and Collisions
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Work and Energy
 

DC.P.5.Physics: Heat and Thermodynamics: Broad Concept: Energy cannot be created or destroyed; however, in many processes energy is transformed into the microscopic form called heat energy, that is, the energy of the disordered motion of atoms. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Physics: Heat and Thermodynamics: Broad Concept: Energy cannot be created or destroyed; however, in many processes energy is transformed into the microscopic form called heat energy, that is, the energy of the disordered motion of atoms. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
P.5.1. Recognize that heat flow and work are two forms of energy transfer between a system and its surroundings.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Work and Energy
 
P.5.11. Explain that all objects emit electromagnetic radiation at a rate that rises very rapidly with their temperature. As a result, know that a warmer body that is in the line of sight with a cooler one will transfer net energy to it, cooling down while the cooler object warms up.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Heat
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Matter and Energy
 
P.5.13. Recognize that entropy is a quantity that measures the order or disorder of a system and that it is larger for a more disordered system.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Thermodynamics
 
P.5.14. Explain the law, 'the entropy of a closed system will always either increase or remain the same,' based on the statistics of the behavior of immense numbers of atoms or molecules that governs all closed systems (second law of thermodynamics).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Thermodynamics
 
P.5.15. Use a p-V diagram to graph simple thermodynamic processes for an ideal gas (for which pV = nRT); for example, an isothermal process is described by a hyperbola, an isobaric process by a horizontal straight line, and an isochoric process by a vertical straight line.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game States of Matter
 
P.5.3. Describe and measure the work, W, done by a heat engine is the difference between the heat flow, Q(in), into the engine at high temperature and the heat flow, Q(out), out at a lower temperature: W = Q(in) - Q(out) .
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Work and Energy
 
P.5.4. Explain that thermal energy (commonly called heat) consists of random motion and the vibrations and rotations of atoms, molecules, or ions.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Heat
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Matter and Energy
 
P.5.6. Investigate and describe how the absolute temperature of an object is proportional to the average kinetic energy of the thermal motion of its microscopic parts.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Gases
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Heat
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Properties of Matter
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Thermodynamics
 

DC.P.6.Physics: Waves: Broad Concept: Waves carry energy from place to place without the transfer of matter. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Physics: Waves: Broad Concept: Waves carry energy from place to place without the transfer of matter. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
P.6.1. Explain that waves carry energy from one place to another.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Magnetism
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Vibrations and Waves
 
P.6.12. Describe waves in terms of their fundamental characteristics of speed; wavelength; frequency; or period; and amplitude, and the relationships among them. Solve problems involving wavelength, frequency, and wave speed.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Vibrations and Waves
 
P.6.13. Identify transverse and longitudinal waves in mechanical media such as springs, ropes, and the Earth (seismic waves).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Forces - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Forces - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Vibrations and Waves
 
P.6.14. Identify the phenomena of interference (beats), diffraction, refraction, the Doppler effect, and polarization, and that these are characteristic wave properties.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Sound
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Vibrations and Waves
 
P.6.16. Identify electromagnetic radiation as a wave phenomenon after observing interference, diffraction, and polarization of such radiation.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Magnetism
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Vibrations and Waves
 
P.6.3. Explain that waves conform to the superposition principle: Any number of waves can pass through the same point at the same time, and the amplitude, A, of the resulting wave at that point at any time is the sum of the amplitudes of the superposed waves. Use the principle of superposition to describe the interference effects arising from propagation of several waves through the same medium.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Sound
 
P.6.4. Demonstrate how standing waves on a stretched string are the result of the superposition of the wave moving away from the source and the wave reflected back from the other end of the string.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Sound
 
P.6.5. Explain that longitudinal waves can propagate in any medium, but transverse waves can propagate only in solids.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Vibrations and Waves
 
P.6.6. Describe that sound in a fluid medium is a longitudinal wave whose speed depends on the properties of the medium in which it propagates.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Vibrations and Waves
 
P.6.7. Differentiate electromagnetic waves from mechanical waves (i.e., Electromagnetic waves are not disturbances in a medium. Rather, such waves are a combination of a varying electric field and a varying magnetic field, each of which, in varying, gives rise to the other. Electromagnetic waves can therefore propagate in empty space.)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Magnetism
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Vibrations and Waves
 
P.6.8. Know that radio waves, light, and X-rays are different wavelength bands in the spectrum of electromagnetic waves whose speed, c, in a vacuum is approximately 300 million m/s (186,000 miles/second).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Vibrations and Waves
 

DC.P.7.Physics: Electromagnetism: Broad Concept: The phenomena that fall into the categories known as electrostatics and electromagnetism are due respectively to the behavior of stationary and moving charged particles. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Physics: Electromagnetism: Broad Concept: The phenomena that fall into the categories known as electrostatics and electromagnetism are due respectively to the behavior of stationary and moving charged particles. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
P.7.12. Explain how electric and magnetic fields are vector fields that contain energy.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Electromagnetism
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Magnetism
 
P.7.13. Investigate and explain how various wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum have many useful applications such as radio, television, microwave radars and ovens, cellular telephones, infrared detectors, optical cables, and X-ray machines.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Vibrations and Waves
 
P.7.16. Calculate the power dissipated in any resistive circuit element by using Joule's law in the appropriate form.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Electric Circuits
 
P.7.17. Predict the current in simple direct current electric circuits constructed from batteries, wires, and resistors.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Electric Circuits
 
P.7.18. Solve problems involving Ohm's law in series and parallel circuits.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Electric Circuits
 
P.7.4. Know that most materials fall into one of two categories: electrical conductors, through which electric charge can flow easily under the influence of an electric field, and electrical insulators (or dielectrics), through which charge cannot flow easily.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Modern Electronics
 
P.7.5. Explain that a source of electromotive force (emf) is any device (such as a battery) that furnishes a steady potential between two terminals. Know that if a conducting loop is supplied between the two terminals, an electric current, I, will flow. Know too, that current is measured in the number of coulombs per second that flow past a given point in the conductor: I = q/t and that the unit of electric current is the ampere (A); 1 A = 1 C/s.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Electric Circuits
 
P.7.6. Give evidence that metals are almost all good electrical conductors, nevertheless they do offer some resistance (friction) to the flow of current. Know that the greater the potential difference between the ends of the conductor, the greater the current; the greater the resistance, the less the current. Know too, that for most metals and many other conductors, the current is determined by Ohm's law, V = IR. A conductor that conforms to this rule is called an ohmic conductor.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Electric Circuits
 
P.7.7. Explain that any resistive element in a dc circuit transforms electrical energy into thermal energy at a rate (power) given by Joule's law, P = IV, which in an ohmic element has the special form P = IIR = VV/R.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Electric Circuits
 

DC.P.8.Physics: Nuclear Processes: Broad Concept: Nuclear processes are those in which an atomic nucleus changes; they include radioactive decay of naturally occurring and man-made isotopes and nuclear fission and fusion processes. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:

Physics: Nuclear Processes: Broad Concept: Nuclear processes are those in which an atomic nucleus changes; they include radioactive decay of naturally occurring and man-made isotopes and nuclear fission and fusion processes. As a basis for understanding this concept, students:
P.8.2. Recognize that the nucleus, although it contains nearly all of the mass of the atom, occupies less of the atom than the proportion of the solar system occupied by the sun.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Atomic and Nuclear Physics
 
P.8.3. Explain how the mass of a neutron or a proton is about 2,000 times greater than the mass of an electron.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Atomic and Nuclear Physics
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Atomic Structure - Set I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Atomic Structure - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Magnetism
 
P.8.9. Demonstrate how the mass of a stable nucleus is always less than the sum of the masses of the protons and neutrons comprising it. Know this is especially true of the elements in the region of the periodic table around iron (26 protons, 30 neutrons) and generally less so of elements with greater or lesser atomic numbers than this.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Elements - Set II
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game Elements - Set I
 
 
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