21st Century Science
SC.O.CP.2: Students will demonstrate knowledge, understanding and applications of scientific facts, concepts, principles, theories and models as delineated in the objectives. demonstrate an understanding of the interrelationships among physics, chemistry, biology, earth/environmental science and astronomy. apply knowledge, understanding and skills of science subject matter/concepts to daily life\experiences.
SC.O.CP.2.2: compare and contrast distance, velocity and acceleration of moving objects to describe accelerated and non-accelerated motions of a particle from textbook or lab collected data.
SC.O.CP.2.3: analyze the motion of a projectile.
SC.O.CP.2.4: illustrate forces acting on objects with free body diagrams.
SC.O.CP.2.5: interpret Newton?s Laws in terms of natural phenomena.
SC.O.CP.2.6: compare and contrast kinetic and potential energies and recognize situations where mechanical energy is conserved.
SC.O.CP.2.7: deduce work, energy, power and efficiency in mechanical systems.
SC.O.CP.2.8: analyze Archimedes? and Pascal?s principles to solve problems involving equilibrium and stability of floating systems.
SC.O.CP.2.10: compare and contrast the common temperature scales, convert from one temperature scale to another and evaluate temperature in terms of kinetic energy.
SC.O.CP.2.11: apply the mechanism of heat transfer and relate to environmental and energy conservation issues.
SC.O.CP.2.13: compare and contrast sound and light waves using the concepts of reflection, refraction, and interference.
SC.O.CP.2.14: solve problems involving wave speed, frequency and wavelength; determine factors that affect the speed of sound; recognize that the speed of light is a constant.
SC.O.CP.2.16: compare the Doppler shift effect for sound and light and point out examples of its occurrences and applications.
SC.O.CP.2.17: diagram image location involving plane and spherical mirrors, concave and convex lenses.
SC.O.CP.2.18: illustrate the applications of colored lights and pigments.
SC.O.CP.2.20: analyze simple direct current circuits using Ohm?s Law.
Correlation last revised: 3/29/2010