Sunshine State Standards with Grade Level Expectations
SC.A.1.2: The student understands that all matter has observable, measurable properties.
SC.A.1.2.1: The student determines that the properties of materials (e.g., density and volume) can be compared and measured (e.g., using rulers, balances, and thermometers).
SC.A.184.108.40.206: uses a variety of measurements to compare and contrast the physical properties of matter.
SC.A.1.2.2: The student knows that common materials (e.g., water) can be changed from one state to another by heating and cooling.
SC.A.220.127.116.11: understands that heating or cooling of matter will speed up or slow down, respectively, the motion of the small particles within matter and that this is what causes a phase change.
SC.B.1.2: The student recognizes that energy may be changed in form with varying efficiency.
SC.B.1.2.4: The student knows the many ways in which energy can be transformed from one type to another.
SC.B.18.104.22.168: knows ways that energy can be transformed (for example, electricity to light, light to heat, mechanical to heat).
SC.B.1.2.5: The student knows that various forms of energy (e.g., mechanical, chemical, electrical, magnetic, nuclear, and radiant) can be measured in ways that make it possible to determine the amount of energy that is transformed.
SC.B.22.214.171.124: extends and refines use of a variety of tools to measure the gain or loss of energy.
SC.C.1.2: The student understands that types of motion may be described, measured, and predicted.
SC.C.1.2.1: The student understands that the motion of an object can be described and measured.
SC.C.126.96.36.199: knows that velocity describes a change in distance over time.
SC.C.2.2: The student understands that the types of force that act on an object and the effect of that force can be described, measured, and predicted.
SC.C.2.2.1: The student recognizes that forces of gravity, magnetism, and electricity operate simple machines.
SC.C.188.8.131.52: understands how simple machines are used to make tasks possible.
SC.D.1.2: The student recognizes that processes in the lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere interact to shape the Earth.
SC.D.1.2.1: The student knows that larger rocks can be broken down into smaller rocks, which in turn can be broken down to combine with organic material to form soil.
SC.D.184.108.40.206: understands the stages of the rock cycle.
SC.D.1.2.3: The student knows that the water cycle is influenced by temperature, pressure, and the topography of the land.
SC.D.220.127.116.11: understands how the water cycle is influenced by temperature and land features.
SC.D.2.2: The student understands the need for protection of the natural systems on Earth.
SC.D.2.2.1: The student knows that reusing, recycling, and reducing the use of natural resources improve and protect the quality of life.
SC.D.18.104.22.168: knows ways misuse of natural resources affects the quality of life for all species.
SC.E.1.2: The student understands the interaction and organization in the Solar System and the universe and how this affects life on Earth.
SC.E.1.2.1: The student knows that the tilt of the Earth on its own axis as it rotates and revolves around the Sun causes changes in season, length of day, and energy available.
SC.E.22.214.171.124: knows that the tilt of the Earth causes the change of seasons, length of day, and the amount of energy available.
SC.E.1.2.3: The student knows that the Sun is a star and that its energy can be captured or concentrated to generate heat and light for work on Earth.
SC.E.126.96.36.199: knows how the energy of the Sun can be captured as a source of heat and light on Earth (for example, plants, solar panels).
SC.E.1.2.4: The student knows that the planets differ in size, characteristics, and composition and that they orbit the Sun in our Solar System.
SC.E.188.8.131.52: knows characteristics of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto.
SC.E.1.2.5: The student understands the arrangement of planets in our Solar System.
SC.E.184.108.40.206: knows that gravity is the one of the forces that keeps planets arranged in orbits around the Sun and the Moon in orbit around the Earth.
SC.F.1.2: The student describes patterns of structure and function in living things.
SC.F.1.2.1: The student knows that the human body is made of systems with structures and functions that are related.
SC.F.220.127.116.11: knows the major organ systems of the human body.
SC.F.18.104.22.168: understands the functions of various body systems.
SC.G.1.2: The student understands the competitive, interdependent, cyclic nature of living things in the environment.
SC.G.1.2.1: The student knows ways that plants, animals, and protists interact.
SC.G.22.214.171.124: knows how plants and animals interact with one another in an ecosystem (for example, organization of communities, flow of energy through food webs).
SC.G.126.96.36.199: understands the relationship among organisms in aquatic and terrestrial food chains (for example, the role of producers, consumers, and decomposers).
SC.G.1.2.4: The student knows that some organisms decompose dead plants and animals into simple minerals and nutrients for use by living things and thereby recycle matter.
SC.G.188.8.131.52: knows organisms that act as decomposers.
SC.G.184.108.40.206: understands the need for nutrients and minerals for living organisms.
SC.G.220.127.116.11: understands the process of decay (for example, the stages of decay, the organisms that help the decay process, the nonliving factors that influence the rate of decay, the products of decay).
SC.G.1.2.7: The student knows that variations in light, water, temperature, and soil content are largely responsible for the existence of different kinds of organisms and population densities in an ecosystem.
SC.G.18.104.22.168: knows that variations in light, water, temperature, and soil content are largely responsible for the existence of different kinds of organisms and population densities in an ecosystem.
SC.H.1.2: The student uses the scientific processes and habits of mind to solve problems.
SC.H.1.2.1: The student knows that it is important to keep accurate records and descriptions to provide information and clues on causes of discrepancies in repeated experiments.
SC.H.22.214.171.124: knows that scientists make the results of their investigations public, and they describe the investigations in ways that enable others to repeat the investigation.
SC.H.1.2.2: The student knows that a successful method to explore the natural world is to observe and record, and then analyze and communicate the results.
SC.H.126.96.36.199: plans and investigates experiments in which hypotheses are formulated based on cause and effect relationships; distinctions are made among observations, conclusions/inferences and predictions; a limited number of variables are controlled; and numerical data that are contradictory or unusual in experimental results are recognized.
SC.H.188.8.131.52: uses metric tools to measure, record, and interpret data.
SC.H.1.2.4: The student knows that to compare and contrast observations and results is an essential skill in science.
SC.H.184.108.40.206: knows that comparisons between experiments can be made when conditions are the same.
SC.H.2.2: The student understands that most natural events occur in comprehensible, consistent patterns.
SC.H.2.2.1: The student knows that natural events are often predictable and logical.
SC.H.220.127.116.11: makes predictions based on data from picture graphs, bar graphs, and line graphs.
SC.H.3.2: The student understands that science, technology, and society are interwoven and interdependent.
SC.H.3.2.2: The student knows that data are collected and interpreted in order to explain an event or concept.
SC.H.18.104.22.168: constructs and analyzes graphs, tables, maps, and charts to organize, examine, and evaluate information.
SC.H.3.2.4: The student knows that, through the use of science processes and knowledge, people can solve problems, make decisions, and form new ideas.
SC.H.22.214.171.124: knows ways that, through the use of science processes and knowledge, people can solve problems, make decisions, and form new ideas.
Correlation last revised: 6/25/2014