21st Century Science
SC.O.6.2.02: use pictures to show cyclical processes in nature (e.g., nitrogen cycle, carbon cycle, or water cycle).
SC.O.6.2.03: classify living organisms according to their structure and functions.
SC.O.6.2.05: examine how abiotic and biotic factors affect the interdependence among organisms.
SC.O.6.2.06: construct models of plant and animal cells and compare the basic parts (e.g., cytoplasm, cell wall, cell membrane, nucleus, or chloroplasts).
SC.O.6.2.08: predict changes in populations of organisms due to limiting environmental factors (e.g., food supply, predators, disease, or habitat).
SC.O.6.2.09: analyze the ecological consequences of human interactions with the environment (e.g., renewable and non-renewable resources).
SC.O.6.2.12: use indicators to classify substances as acidic, basic or neutral.
SC.O.6.2.14: describe the composition and properties of matter (e.g., particles, malleability, melting point, density, inertia, or specific heat).
SC.O.6.2.15: investigate the properties of the electromagnetic spectrum (e.g., wavelengths, frequencies, visible light); relate wavelengths and/or frequencies to position on the electromagnetic spectrum (e.g., colors, x-ray).
SC.O.6.2.16: recognize that an object?s color is based upon the absorption and reflection of light waves.
SC.O.6.2.17: describe light and sound in terms of longitudinal or transverse waves.
SC.O.6.2.18: describe the flow of heat between objects (e.g., hot air rises, or absorption and release of heat by metals).
SC.O.6.2.19: diagram simple parallel and series circuits (e.g., bulbs, battery, wires, or switch).
SC.O.6.2.21: examine simple machines and the forces involved.
SC.O.6.2.22: apply the effects of balanced and unbalanced forces on motion of objects.
SC.O.6.2.23: explain motion in terms of frames of reference and analyze graphs depicting motion and predicted future motion.
SC.O.6.2.25: compare and contrast continental drift hypothesis to the plate tectonic theory.
SC.O.6.2.28: investigate models of earth-moon-sun relationships (e.g., gravity, time, or tides).
SC.O.6.2.29: compare the earth?s tilt and revolution to the seasonal changes.
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017